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The Neighborhood Mother Goose
By Nina Crews "Every day, children the world over sing, shout and celebrate Mother Goose rhymes. And now there's a new reason to cheer: Nina Crews has added her won remarkable, jazzy style of illustration to a collection of forty-one favorite verses. Whether it's Jack jumping over a candlestick (atop a cupcake), Georgie Porgie kissing the girls (at the playground), or a find lade riding a white horse (on the carousel), this exuberant treasury is sure to be read and enjoyed over and over again." © 2004 Hard cover 63 pages


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A Little Peace
By Barbara Kerley and National Geographic "In my work as a peace negotiator, I have helped resolve conflicts in Cambodia and Vitnam, and worked to end nuclear proliferation on the Korean Peninsula. I've traveled much of the world, and I've spoken with people from many different countries and ethnic groups about the conflicts in their lives. I've been a witness to the misunderstandings and the difference that divide people, that if not managed well can lead to conflict." © 2007 Hard cover


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Oh, The Places You'll Go!! Party Edition
By Dr. Seuss " For out-starting upstarts of all ages, here is a wonderfully wise and blessedly brief graduation speech from the one and only Dr. Seuss. In his inimitable, humorous verse and pictures, he addresses the Great Balancing Act (life itself, and the ups and downs it presents) while encouraging us to find the success that lies within us. And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed! (98 and ? percent guaranteed.) " This modern classic, a perennial bestseller first published one year before Dr. Seuss's death at the age of eighty-seven, celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year. In a mere fifty-six pages, Dr. Seuss managed to impart a lifetime of wisdom. It is the perfect send-off for children starting out in the maze of life, be they nursery school grads or newly minted PhD's. Everyone will find it inspired good fun." © 1990 Hard cover


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I Remember Miss Perry
By Pat Brisson, Illustrated by Stéphane Jorisch "It's his first day at a new school, and Stevie has never felt so nervous. Who will he talk to at lunchtime? But his teacher smiles an says, 'It is my fondest wish that you join me for lunch today, Stevie.' And with that, a bad day becomes a great one. "Miss Perry has a fondest wish for every day -- something new to read, sing, celebrate. But when news arrives that Miss Perry has died in a car accident, everything is suddenly strange and sad. With encouragement, though, Stevie and his classmates see that the joy their teacher brought is not lost. To feel it, they need to look no further than their own memories. "Here is a warm and tender story about childhood loss and memory's power to heal. Readers of all ages will be moved by its depth and honest, and buoyed by its amazing capacity of joy." © 2006 Hard cover 30 pages


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Stomping at the Savoy
By Bebe Moore Campbell, Illustrated by Richard Yarde "Mindy has made up her mind. No way is she going to dance in her recital, not in front of all those people. Not even her three dancing aunties can persuade her to go." © 2006 Hard cover


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What Do Parents Do? (When You're Not Home)
By Jeanie Franz Ransom, Illustrated by Cyd Moore "One boy has some idea of what goes on in his absence. As he and his sister set off to spend the night at his grandparents' house, he imagines his parents' hijinks. Jumping on beds . . . watching hours and hours of television . . . playing ball in the house . . . eating junk food . . . and in general making one VERY BIG mess!" © 2007 Hard cover


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Confessions of a Former Bully
By Trudy Ludwig, Illustrations by Beth Adams "Katie never thought of herself as a bully. So what if she excludes somebody from a game or says some harsh things to friends every once in a while? It's not like she ever hits anyone. What's the big deal? "But when some kids witness her teasing a classmate and report her to the principal, Katie faces tough consequences for her actions. Katie's' journal of her transformation from bully to former bully provides a practical tool kids can use right away to help identify and overcome emotional bullying."


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