Saturday, November 14, 2009
The Big Fat Cow the Goes Kapow-In these ten easy-to-read stories there is a mixed-up cow that says "miaow," a mole called Noel who plays rock 'n' roll in a hole, and a boy named Mike who rides a bike with a very big spike!
Boomer's Big Day -Moving day proves confusing for Boomer, a golden retriever, until he at last explores his new home and finds his own favorite and familiar things.
Family Huddle -During a trip to visit both sets of grandparents in Mississippi, brothers Eli, Cooper, and Peyton, and their father, former NFL star Archie Manning, take advantage of every opportunity to play football, practice plays, or play sports trivia games.
Big Bear Hug - bear who loves to hug everything meets a human who is about to chop down a tree, and the bear must make a decision on how to save his forest.
Imogene's Last Stand - Enamored of history, young Imogene Tripp tries to save her town's historical society from being demolished in order to build a shoelace factory. Includes notes about historical figures quoted in the story.
Stagecoach Sal -When Sal drives a stagecoach alone for the first time to pick up and deliver mail, her mother is afraid she will meet local outlaw Poetic Pete, but Sal not only excels at roping, riding, and shooting, she is also an excellent singer.
The Nutty Nut Chase -When a shiny brown nut pops out of the ground, each animal wants it for him or herself, but the extraordinary nut turns out to be the source of a delicious treat for everyone.
Barbie and the Nutcracker -Barbie stars in the story of the popular ballet in which a little girl's love for the Nutcracker brings him to life.
Angelina in the Wings - Angelina is stunned and jealous when clumsy cousin Henry is given the part of a sunbeam in Madame Zizi's ballet, but her kindness in helping Henry perfect his part is rewarded when another sunbeam part needs to be filled for the big performance.
My Little Pony Series -
L is for Loving -
An alphabet book presenting the range of emotions that we may feel, from angelic to zippy
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