Pick A Pine Tree

Author: Patricia Toht
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ISBN: 9781406392418
Size: 11,45 MB
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Pick A Pumpkin

Author: Patricia Toht
Editor: Candlewick Press (MA)
ISBN: 1536207640
Size: 15,32 MB
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The creators of Pick a Pine Tree are back with a joyful, energetic celebration of a Halloween tradition. Pick a pumpkin from the patch. Tall and lean or short and fat. Vivid orange, ghostly white, or speckled green, might be just right. Pairing a wonderfully rhythmic read-aloud text with expressive retro illustrations, author Patricia Toht and illustrator Jarvis capture all the excitement and familial feeling of a favorite holiday tradition. Readers will be happy to follow along with each step, from picking out the perfect specimen at the pumpkin patch (be sure to stop for cider and toffee apples) to carting it home, scooping out the insides, carving a scary face, and finally lighting a candle inside -- savoring the familiar ritual of transforming an ordinary pumpkin into a one-of-a-kind glowing jack-o'-lantern.

God What S To Believe

Author: Richard Valentine
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557505879
Size: 18,46 MB
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Understanding the real questions that hold most un-believers back, Is exactly why this book was written,in great detail, this book draws an in depth picture of God and What's To Believe in a real life perspective and good understanding.

Exploring Open Secrets

Author: John Mann
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462890199
Size: 10,46 MB
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"This book constitutes a voyage of discovery that the reader and the author take together in search of open secrets in the everyday world. An example of such a secret is, 'we do not know how we appear to others but we act as if do'. Utilizing the Socratic approach of asking questions rather than giving answers, the nature of such secrets are gradually revealed to the reader in terms of their own personal experience".

Tropical Terry

Author: Jarvis
Editor: Candlewick Press (MA)
ISBN: 153620546X
Size: 10,81 MB
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From author-illustrator Jarvis comes a buoyant underwater tale about a little blue fish who learns that being dazzling isn't what makes you special. Coral Reef City is home to the most brilliant tropical fish in the ocean. Sparkling and multicolored, they swim around and around, showing off. And then there's Terry. Small, blue, and ordinary, Terry spends his days playing hiding games with his friends and wishing the tropical fish would play with him, too. So with the help of his friends, Terry fashions a flashy, dazzling costume and transforms into Tropical Terry. But life as the center of attention isn't quite everything Terry dreamed it would be -- especially once Eddie the Eel shows up, hungry for dinner. In a bright, cheerful story, Jarvis uses his vibrant art and heartwarming wit to prove that sometimes the things you thought made you unremarkable are actually the most special qualities of all.

A Dictionary Of The English Language Signed J To Which Are Added An Alphabetical Account Of The Heathen Deities And A List Of The Cities C In England And Wales

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Who Is Happy

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Editor: Frances Lincoln Children's Books
ISBN: 1786039400
Size: 13,91 MB
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Everyone in Happyhop House experiences lots of feelings during their day. Can you spot who is happy to be playing paper aeroplanes? Who is sad that the last slice of cake has gone? Who is scared of the dark? At age 2, children enter a crucial stage in their development by starting to form friendships. In this fun, interactive question-and-answer book, young readers can look carefully at the pictures to work out who's feeling what, learning how to understand 12 key emotions and recognise them in others.

Xmas In Las Vegas

Author: Jack Richardson
Editor: Dramatists Play Service Inc
ISBN: 9780822212829
Size: 16,22 MB
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THE STORY: As the NY Herald-Tribune describes, All Americans have always been gamblers, sure that nerve and luck would see them through. Once upon a time Mr. Ewell may have been a good bit younger, with fresh decks of cards and he may be getting p