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-Arminita Robicheaux--Cinderella's daughter--discovers that the best way to happily ever after is doing what you can to make your own fairy tale come true in this enchanting follow-up to Charmed, I'm Sure that's perfect for fans of The Descendants! Arminita Robicheaux is convinced her parents are out to ruin her ...
Taming of the Shoe
-Arminita Robicheaux--Cinderella's daughter--discovers that the best way to happily ever after is doing what you can to make your own fairy tale come true in this enchanting follow-up to Charmed, I'm Sure that's perfect for fans of The Descendants! Arminita Robicheaux is convinced her parents are out to ruin her life. Not only did they move Minty to New York City right before the school year started, but her mom's late-night infomercials for a variety of cleaning products follow Minty wherever she goes. Oh, and did she mention that her mother happens to be Ella Robicheaux--a.k.a. Cinderella? And Minty's eccentric aunties--who may or may not have made Ella clean and wait on them while growing up--decide to cast Minty's entire class in their new commercial for their Comfortably Ever After shoe line, complete with raps that make Minty want to run far, far away. But Minty's new friend has a perfect distraction; the boy-band mega-star Theo Downy who is staying in town for a series of concerts. If Minty can find a way to get her shoe designs in front of Theo, maybe she can get tickets to the sold-out show. Of course, things don't go according to plan, and Minty ends up leaving a big clue behind... Like mother, like daughter!
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8.390000 USD

Taming of the Shoe

by Sarah Darer Littman
Paperback / softback
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From the critically acclaimed author of Amina's Voice comes a new story inspired by Louisa May Alcott's beloved classic, Little Women, featuring four sisters from a modern American Muslim family living in Georgia. When Jameela Mirza is picked to be feature editor of her middle school newspaper, she's one step ...
More to the Story
From the critically acclaimed author of Amina's Voice comes a new story inspired by Louisa May Alcott's beloved classic, Little Women, featuring four sisters from a modern American Muslim family living in Georgia. When Jameela Mirza is picked to be feature editor of her middle school newspaper, she's one step closer to being an award-winning journalist like her late grandfather. The problem is her editor-in-chief keeps shooting down her article ideas. Jameela's assigned to write about the new boy in school, who has a cool British accent but doesn't share much, and wonders how she'll make his story gripping enough to enter into a national media contest. Jameela, along with her three sisters, is devastated when their father needs to take a job overseas, away from their cozy Georgia home for six months. Missing him makes Jameela determined to write an epic article-one to make her dad extra proud. But when her younger sister gets seriously ill, Jameela's world turns upside down. And as her hunger for fame looks like it might cost her a blossoming friendship, Jameela questions what matters most, and whether she's cut out to be a journalist at all...
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24.16 USD

More to the Story

by Hena Khan
Hardback
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Winner of the International Latino Book Award An incredibly heartfelt depiction of immigrants and refugees in a land full of uncertainty. --Kirkus Reviews Insightful, realistic picture...especially important reading for today's children. --Booklist Fans of The Only Road will appreciate...while teachers and librarians may find the text useful to counter unsubstantiated ...
The Crossroads
Winner of the International Latino Book Award An incredibly heartfelt depiction of immigrants and refugees in a land full of uncertainty. --Kirkus Reviews Insightful, realistic picture...especially important reading for today's children. --Booklist Fans of The Only Road will appreciate...while teachers and librarians may find the text useful to counter unsubstantiated myths about Central Americans fleeing to the US. --School Library Journal Jaime and Angela discover what it means to be living as undocumented immigrants in the United States in this timely sequel to the Pura Belpre Honor Book The Only Road. After crossing Mexico into the United States, Jaime Rivera thinks the worst is over. Starting a new school can't be that bad. Except it is, and not just because he can barely speak English. While his cousin Angela fits in quickly, with new friends and after-school activities, Jaime struggles with even the idea of calling this strange place home. His real home is with his parents, abuela, and the rest of the family; not here where cacti and cattle outnumber people, where he can no longer be himself--a boy from Guatemala. When bad news arrives from his parents back home, feelings of helplessness and guilt gnaw at Jaime. Gang violence in Guatemala means he can't return home, but he's not sure if he wants to stay either. The US is not the great place everyone said it would be, especially if you're sin papeles--undocumented--like Jaime. When things look bleak, hope arrives from unexpected places: a quiet boy on the bus, a music teacher, an old ranch hand. With his sketchbook always close by, Jaime uses his drawings to show what it means to be a true citizen. Powerful and moving, this touching sequel to The Only Road explores overcoming homesickness, finding ways to connect despite a language barrier, and discovering what it means to start over in a new place that alternates between being wonderful and completely unwelcoming.
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9.440000 USD

The Crossroads

by Alexandra Diaz
Paperback / softback
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Glorious. -Kirkus Reviews A colorful journey of self-discovery and identity, this sweet, vibrant picture book follows young Leila as she visits her grandmother's house for their weekly family dinner, and finds parts of herself and her heritage in the family, friends, and art around her. Sometimes I'm not sure if ...
Leila in Saffron
Glorious. -Kirkus Reviews A colorful journey of self-discovery and identity, this sweet, vibrant picture book follows young Leila as she visits her grandmother's house for their weekly family dinner, and finds parts of herself and her heritage in the family, friends, and art around her. Sometimes I'm not sure if I like being me. When Leila looks in the mirror, she doesn't know if she likes what she sees. But when her grandmother tells her the saffron beads on her scarf suit her, she feels a tiny bit better. So, Leila spends the rest of their family dinner night on the lookout for other parts of her she does like. Follow Leila's journey as she uses her senses of sight, smell, taste, touch to seek out the characteristics that make up her unique identity, and finds reasons to feel proud of herself, just as she is.
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24.16 USD

Leila in Saffron

by Rukhsanna Guidroz
Hardback
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Six-year-old Bilal introduces his friends to his favorite dish-daal!-in this charming picture book that showcases the value of patience, teamwork, community, and sharing. Six-year-old Bilal is excited to help his dad make his favorite food of all-time: daal! The slow-cooked lentil dish from South Asia requires lots of ingredients and ...
Bilal Cooks Daal
Six-year-old Bilal introduces his friends to his favorite dish-daal!-in this charming picture book that showcases the value of patience, teamwork, community, and sharing. Six-year-old Bilal is excited to help his dad make his favorite food of all-time: daal! The slow-cooked lentil dish from South Asia requires lots of ingredients and a whole lot of waiting. Bilal wants to introduce his friends to daal. They've never tried it! As the day goes on, the daal continues to simmer, and more kids join Bilal and his family, waiting to try the tasty dish. And as time passes, Bilal begins to wonder: Will his friends like it as much as he does? This debut picture book by Aisha Saeed, with charming illustrations by Anoosha Syed, uses food as a means of bringing a community together to share in each other's family traditions.
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20.44 USD

Bilal Cooks Daal

by Aisha Saeed
Hardback
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A breathtaking picture book about the relationships we share from New York Times bestselling storytellers Julie Fogliano and Loren Long in the tradition of The Runaway Bunny and Guess How Much I Love You. if i was the sunshine and you were the day i'd call you hello! and you'd ...
If I Was the Sunshine
A breathtaking picture book about the relationships we share from New York Times bestselling storytellers Julie Fogliano and Loren Long in the tradition of The Runaway Bunny and Guess How Much I Love You. if i was the sunshine and you were the day i'd call you hello! and you'd call me stay if you were the winter and i was the spring i'd call you whisper and you'd call me sing... Through clever, thought-provoking verse and warmly evocative art, New York Times bestsellers Julie Fogliano and Loren Long explore the awe-inspiring nature of relationships, love, and connection.
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18.890000 USD

If I Was the Sunshine

by Julie Fogliano
Hardback
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How to Get Your Teacher Ready
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18.890000 USD

How to Get Your Teacher Ready

by Jean Reagan
Hardback
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Llama Llama 5-Minute Stories
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14.88 USD

Llama Llama 5-Minute Stories

by Anna Dewdney
Hardback
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Christmas Is Golden
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11.14 USD

Christmas Is Golden

by Diane E. Muldrow
Hardback
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The Perfect Star
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17.840000 USD

The Perfect Star

by Rob Buyea
Hardback
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LGB Just a Bad Day
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5.240000 USD

LGB Just a Bad Day

by Mercer Mayer
Hardback
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The Berenstain Bears' Merry Christmas
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7.340000 USD

The Berenstain Bears' Merry Christmas

by Stan Berenstain
Paperback / softback
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Snow and Rose
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10.490000 USD

Snow and Rose

by Emily Winfield Martin
Paperback / softback
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Baby Shark!
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5.240000 USD

Baby Shark!

by Mike Jackson, Golden Books
Hardback
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Lasting Love
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18.890000 USD

Lasting Love

by Caroline Wright
Hardback
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The Berenstain Bears Fall Family Fun
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10.23 USD

The Berenstain Bears Fall Family Fun

by Jan Berenstain, Stan Berenstain
Paperback / softback
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The House That Lou Built
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7.340000 USD

The House That Lou Built

by Mae Respicio
Paperback / softback
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Snuggle up and learn how to say good night in ten different languages with this heartwarming bedtime board book! A lovely bedtime follow-up to How Do You Say I Love You?, this sweet lullaby featuring adorable illustrations by Shirley Ng-Benitz is the perfect way for parents to wish their little ...
How Do You Say Good Night?
Snuggle up and learn how to say good night in ten different languages with this heartwarming bedtime board book! A lovely bedtime follow-up to How Do You Say I Love You?, this sweet lullaby featuring adorable illustrations by Shirley Ng-Benitz is the perfect way for parents to wish their little ones a good night's sleep. From Mexico, Vietnam, Kenya, and beyond, this charming board book teaches little ones how to say good night in ten different languages: Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, French, Italian, Portuguese, Swahili, Arabic, Vietnamese, German, and Korean!
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11.14 USD

How Do You Say Good Night?

by Cindy Jin
Board book
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Just Under the Clouds
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11.14 USD

Just Under the Clouds

by Melissa Sarno
Paperback / softback
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The Remarkable Inventions of Walter Mortinson
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18.890000 USD

The Remarkable Inventions of Walter Mortinson

by Quinn Sosna-Spear
Hardback
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In the tradition of Wishtree and You May Already Be a Winner, this hopeful middle grade novel tells the story of three former friends who must come together at their annual town carnival to heal and reconnect after a tragedy. The small town of Clarkville has seen better days. Ever ...
The Carnival of Wishes & Dreams
In the tradition of Wishtree and You May Already Be a Winner, this hopeful middle grade novel tells the story of three former friends who must come together at their annual town carnival to heal and reconnect after a tragedy. The small town of Clarkville has seen better days. Ever since the Cohen factory burned down a few years ago, jobs are scarce and unemployment is high. But each year for one night the Carnival of Wishes and Dreams comes to town and everyone gets to indulge in a little wonder and delight. And for three girls who each receive notes asking them to meet the anonymous sender at midnight at the Ferris Wheel, it's an evening that promises to be truly magical. Audrey McKinley can't believe someone would ask her to ride the Ferris Wheel. Everyone in town knows she's afraid of heights; the last time she rode the Ferris Wheel it ended with her having a panic attack. But ever since her dad lost his job after the Cohen factory burned down he's been working too little. The carnival gives him a chance for some seasonal work, and she plans to spend the evening checking up on him and making sure he does his job. Maybe she'll face her fears tonight, after all. Grace Chang isn't supposed to go to the carnival. It's too close to the burned remains of the old Cohen factory--the place where her firefighter father lost his life. And they always rode the Ferris Wheel together, so that's also something Grace isn't supposed to do. But since her mom just announced they'll be moving away from Clarkville the day after the carnival, Grace is sick of only doing things she's supposed to do. She'll be at the carnival. And she is definitely riding that Ferris Wheel. Harlow Cohen is surprised anyone would want to ride the Ferris Wheel with her. Harlow used to be popular. But ever since her grandparents' old factory burned down and so many people lost their jobs, many of the kids at school blame her--and her rich family--for their own parents' worsening economic situations. Harlow can never resist a dare, but when a note arrives asking her to meet an anonymous person at the Ferris Wheel at midnight, she's far from certain it will be a friend waiting for her. Can these three girls put their differences aside long enough for their wishes to come true? And is it possible to save a friendship that once seemed lost for good?
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18.890000 USD

The Carnival of Wishes & Dreams

by Jenny Lundquist
Hardback
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In the tradition of Wishtree and You May Already Be a Winner, this hopeful middle grade novel tells the story of three former friends who must come together at their annual town carnival to heal and reconnect after a tragedy. The small town of Clarkville has seen better days. Ever ...
The Carnival of Wishes & Dreams
In the tradition of Wishtree and You May Already Be a Winner, this hopeful middle grade novel tells the story of three former friends who must come together at their annual town carnival to heal and reconnect after a tragedy. The small town of Clarkville has seen better days. Ever since the Cohen factory burned down a few years ago, jobs are scarce and unemployment is high. But each year for one night the Carnival of Wishes and Dreams comes to town and everyone gets to indulge in a little wonder and delight. And for three girls who each receive notes asking them to meet the anonymous sender at midnight at the Ferris Wheel, it's an evening that promises to be truly magical. Audrey McKinley can't believe someone would ask her to ride the Ferris Wheel. Everyone in town knows she's afraid of heights; the last time she rode the Ferris Wheel it ended with her having a panic attack. But ever since her dad lost his job after the Cohen factory burned down he's been working too little. The carnival gives him a chance for some seasonal work, and she plans to spend the evening checking up on him and making sure he does his job. Maybe she'll face her fears tonight, after all. Grace Chang isn't supposed to go to the carnival. It's too close to the burned remains of the old Cohen factory--the place where her firefighter father lost his life. And they always rode the Ferris Wheel together, so that's also something Grace isn't supposed to do. But since her mom just announced they'll be moving away from Clarkville the day after the carnival, Grace is sick of only doing things she's supposed to do. She'll be at the carnival. And she is definitely riding that Ferris Wheel. Harlow Cohen is surprised anyone would want to ride the Ferris Wheel with her. Harlow used to be popular. But ever since her grandparents' old factory burned down and so many people lost their jobs, many of the kids at school blame her--and her rich family--for their own parents' worsening economic situations. Harlow can never resist a dare, but when a note arrives asking her to meet an anonymous person at the Ferris Wheel at midnight, she's far from certain it will be a friend waiting for her. Can these three girls put their differences aside long enough for their wishes to come true? And is it possible to save a friendship that once seemed lost for good?
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8.390000 USD

The Carnival of Wishes & Dreams

by Jenny Lundquist
Paperback / softback
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Garden Day!
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13.640000 USD

Garden Day!

by Erika Meza, Candice Ransom
Hardback
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Bernice Buttman, Model Citizen
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24.16 USD

Bernice Buttman, Model Citizen

by Niki Lenz
Hardback
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Samantha Spinner and the Spectacular Specs
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24.16 USD

Samantha Spinner and the Spectacular Specs

by Russell Ginns
Hardback
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Garden Day!
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5.240000 USD

Garden Day!

by Erika Meza, Candice Ransom
Paperback / softback
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Will Wilder #3: The Amulet of Power
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17.840000 USD

Will Wilder #3: The Amulet of Power

by Raymond Arroyo
Hardback
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Meena Meets Her Match
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18.890000 USD

Meena Meets Her Match

by Karla Manternach
Hardback
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From award-winning author Sharon Draper comes Out of My Mind, the story of a brilliant girl who cannot speak or write. Melody is not like most people. She cannot walk or talk, but she has a photographic memory; she can remember every detail of everything she has ever experienced. She ...
Out of My Mind
From award-winning author Sharon Draper comes Out of My Mind, the story of a brilliant girl who cannot speak or write. Melody is not like most people. She cannot walk or talk, but she has a photographic memory; she can remember every detail of everything she has ever experienced. She is smarter than most of the adults who try to diagnose her and smarter than her classmates in her integrated classroom-the very same classmates who dismiss her as mentally challenged, because she cannot tell them otherwise. But Melody refuses to be defined by cerebral palsy. And she's determined to let everyone know it...somehow. In this breakthrough story, reminiscent of The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, from multiple Coretta Scott King Award-winner Sharon Draper, readers will come to know a brilliant mind and a brave spirit who will change forever how they look at anyone with a disability.
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13.16 USD

Out of My Mind

by Sharon M. Draper
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Winner of the International Latino Book Award An incredibly heartfelt depiction of immigrants and refugees in a land full of uncertainty. --Kirkus Reviews Insightful, realistic picture...especially important reading for today's children. --Booklist Fans of The Only Road will appreciate...while teachers and librarians may find the text useful to counter unsubstantiated ...
The Crossroads
Winner of the International Latino Book Award An incredibly heartfelt depiction of immigrants and refugees in a land full of uncertainty. --Kirkus Reviews Insightful, realistic picture...especially important reading for today's children. --Booklist Fans of The Only Road will appreciate...while teachers and librarians may find the text useful to counter unsubstantiated myths about Central Americans fleeing to the US. --School Library Journal Jaime and Angela discover what it means to be living as undocumented immigrants in the United States in this timely sequel to the Pura Belpre Honor Book The Only Road. After crossing Mexico into the United States, Jaime Rivera thinks the worst is over. Starting a new school can't be that bad. Except it is, and not just because he can barely speak English. While his cousin Angela fits in quickly, with new friends and after-school activities, Jaime struggles with even the idea of calling this strange place home. His real home is with his parents, abuela, and the rest of the family; not here where cacti and cattle outnumber people, where he can no longer be himself--a boy from Guatemala. When bad news arrives from his parents back home, feelings of helplessness and guilt gnaw at Jaime. Gang violence in Guatemala means he can't return home, but he's not sure if he wants to stay either. The US is not the great place everyone said it would be, especially if you're sin papeles--undocumented--like Jaime. When things look bleak, hope arrives from unexpected places: a quiet boy on the bus, a music teacher, an old ranch hand. With his sketchbook always close by, Jaime uses his drawings to show what it means to be a true citizen. Powerful and moving, this touching sequel to The Only Road explores overcoming homesickness, finding ways to connect despite a language barrier, and discovering what it means to start over in a new place that alternates between being wonderful and completely unwelcoming.
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18.890000 USD

The Crossroads

by Alexandra Diaz
Hardback
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