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Ben loved pretending he was an animal. Then his mom said, “Clean up for dinner.” However, Ben claimed, “Animals don’t, so I won’t.” However, he didn’t expect two could play the same game! Next, child and parent transform into penguins, leopards, bears, and much more in an escalating game of wit and humor. This inventive tale reinvents the familiar bedtime routine. 36 Pages full color.
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Ages ago, Greybeard hid his treasure chest from his fellow swashbucklers. Ever since, the beautiful Captain and her infamous Corsairs have searched for it but their map missed the key piece. Tonight Redlocks recruits Greybeard's descendant, young Baltazar, to help locate the long lost riches. The boy points the way, but now the bustling amusement park 'Treasure Island' sits atop the buried booty. So join the crew of the flying Cutlass on a wild roller coaster to discover where 'X' marks the spot, and whether Baltazar and his mates can strike pay dirt before their tickets expire! More uplifting than the Pirates of the Caribbean, this tongue-in-cheek adventure features a legendary cast that includes Hook, Long John Silver, and Black Bart. With fond memories of summer vacations, pirate lovers of all ages will enjoy this ultimate joy ride.
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She leaves her cornfield for the forest where her friendly cousins Rhubarb and Smudge show her how to grow delightful flowers by the magic of sheer will. After some practice, Billie graduates from learning how to sprout corn stalks to cornflowers. However, the legend of a Queen's castle which holds the world's grandest garden lures her away! But will Billie discover that friendship matters the most? Billie the Unicorn is a classic fairy tale that enchants a new generation of fantasy loving children and their parents.
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"Comicon fans, this one's for you. Or your kids. From skateboard to sneaker design to children's picture books, Australian artist Luke Feldman has created quite a cult following of his waif-like illustrated characters known as Skaffs. They hang in the Cartoon Art Museum, they delight hipster animation fans, and now they come to life in the vibrant children's book..." -CoolMomPicks "Feldman's artwork blends the classic stylings of 1950s Disney with a modern design sensibility to create something both cutting edge and timeless." -Andrew Farago, Cartoon Art Museum, San Francisco Chaff n' Skaffs: Mai and the Lost Moskivvy is a heartwarming children's book that affirms the importance of family and friends. Mai is a 12 year-old girl who loves reading and nature. When a lost mosquito interrupts Mai's sleep, her friend Chaff suggests they escort Moskivvy home. So begins a courageous girl's voyage into a fantastic, colorful world. Guided by her boon companion Chaff, Mai's incredible journey will kindle readers' imaginations. Meeting many bizarre and wonderful creatures along the way, these three adventurers must brave teeming jungles, blinding blizzards, and imposing mountains. With Chaff's help, can Mai discover the courage and strength to travel through unknown worlds to reunite the little Moskivvy with his family? Children everywhere will identify with and enjoy this brave new heroine.
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"This book is a landmark. It does more than illustrate a so-called counter-cultural event. Rather, it exhibits the integrity and singleness of vision of a complete work of art. I think that a sophisticated public is ready for this. It is among the first to get things right. It does not merely display Burning man in pictures or explain it in words: it manifests the spirit of our culture through its style." -Larry Harvey, co-founder and director of Burning Man. The first 2006 printing of Desert to Dream sold out. This new edition adds two more years of photography (2006 to 2009), 16 pages, and two-dozen dynamic images. Desert to Dream features an introduction by independent filmmaker Les Blank, foreword and afterword by Burning Man's Larry Harvey, epilogue by beat poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and a contribution by Star Trek's Mr. Spock, Leonard Nimoy. The Black Rock Arts Festival (a.k.a. "Burning Man") is an annual pilgrimage of artists to the northwest Nevada's Black Rock Desert. Culminating over America's Labor Day weekend, Black Rock City emerges as Nevada's fifth-largest metropolis as attendees burn a four-story tall wooden sculpture of a "man," striped in neon and embedded with fireworks. Nearly 200 sensational photographs illuminate an incredible event that now celebrates its 25th anniversary and attracts 50,000 people every year.
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"I highly recommend I'm the Scariest Thing in the Jungle! for school, home, and library collections. The story is fun and engaging while sneaking in a bit of education about life in the jungles of India. The illustrations are cute and bold, perfectly matching the humor and adventure of the story." - Sharon the Librairan Get ready for an animal “Odd Couple”! A tiger cub and a little crocodile engage in a playful war of words over who is really the scariest thing in the jungle. In lush spreads painted in traditional watercolor, this budding rivalry escalates. The two youngsters compare their tremendous stealth, strength, stamina, and even speed. Now what will happen when both discover what animal is truly the biggest and baddest? Let's get ready to ruuuummmmble! Reviews “A delightful and sweet story, successfully mixing kids’ love of animals with their desire to be independent.” —Dan Krall, Author of The Great Lollipop Caper, Character designer–Samurai Jack, Coraline, and PowerPuff Girls "With it's adorable illustrations, this easy to read e-book is one young kids, and kids who love animals will enjoy...what really won us over was the illustrations. They're fabulous, and are perfect for young children who enjoy looking through picture books." - Mundie Kids
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Julie Black Belt introduces a modern animated heroine whom students of all ages can identify with. Idolizing the movie actress Brandy Wu, Julie confidently accepts her parents offer to enroll in kung fu class. However, getting a black belt won't come as easily as she thought, since her young teacher says everyone must start with a white one! Facing this newfound challenge, Julie wonders what would Brandy Wu do. Can Julie take her lessons to heart, and learn the true "spirit" of this sport? Then will she develop the confidence and discipline necessary to take the Yellow belt test and show her brother, parents, and heroine who's the boss?
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Julie is back in black! The long-anticipated sequel is here! As readers learned in the first adventure, learning martial arts can be really fun but requires more than just the desire to get a black belt. It takes hard work, commitment, and practice. Now in this second story, Julie continues to value these lessons, but she also learns the importance of friendship and the right attitude. Julie Black Belt: The Belt of Fire picks up as Julie proudly wears her yellow belt and is eager to attain her next rank: orange! Still inspired by Brandy Wu, an action movie star, Julie now meets a new student in her class...but is he better than her? Can Julie learn to improve her abilities while becoming a gracious partner, and ultimately earning her own Belt of Fire? "As with the first book, Charlene Chua's illustrations are bright, cartoon-like feasts of colour that invoke a sense of movement that will keep young eyes flowing from page to page...creating a rather enchanting feeling of watching a movie inside a book...a fun, informative and interesting story that should engage even the most reluctant reader while providing a rich source of information and thought-provoking concepts. Recommended." - CM magazine
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"Justin Time stars a young boy named Justin, who embarks on imaginary adventures with his make-believe friends Squidgy and Olive, the group's trusty navigator and guide. Together, the intrepid, high-spirited trio takes off on bite-size historical adventures. During their far-flung quests, they encounter a wide range of memorable and endearing characters."—Animation Insider "With easy-to-digest lessons about animals and ecosystems, Justin Time holds preschoolers' interest while imparting knowledge. . . . The smooth, bouncy computer animation is easy on the eyes, with a color palette that's cool."—Common Sense Media Justin wants a big pet! Justin wishes he could make the rules, just like a prince does! So Squidgy crowns Justin, and together they meet Olive in India. Now a royal pet keeper, Olive refers to her "Very Large Book of Pets" and helps Raja Justin take care of his new elephant, Tiny! Together with his friends, Justin learns how to play with, feed, and clean up after Tiny by following the instructions in Olive's book. But Justin discovers the daily cycle has just begun. Maybe having a pet isn't so easy after all! This series is based upon the popular animated TV show, which airs in the United States weekdays on PBS Sprout and NBC Kids on Saturdays, and on Disney Junior's Family Channel in Canada. Each story in the Justin Time series highlights the importance of creativity, as Justin travels around the world and into different eras to learn about history, social interaction, and life lessons.
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Follow Justin and his imaginary friends, Squidgy and Olive, as they go on the biggest adventures of all time, to every corner of the world! All aboard for their latest adventure! Justin and his pal, Squidgy, imagine themselves driving a train and helping their friend Olive with an important delivery. They discover that it’s not easy getting through the Canadian wilderness. But they have to get maple syrup to Flapjack Falls in time for the Pancake Festival. Will they make it? The popular animated television show Justin Time is broadcast worldwide. It airs weekdays on PBS Sprout and Saturday mornings NBC Kids in the USA, and debuts on Canada’s The Family Channel in September 2012. 36 Pages full color.
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