In this Franklin TV Storybook, Franklin and Snail want to be heroes, just like their favorite book character, Dynaroo, the kangaroo superhero. They are thrilled when they discover that Dynaroo will be visiting Mr. Heron's bookstore for a book signing, and the excited pair head out to meet their hero. But, on the way, Franklin and Snail stop to help a friend in need -- and discover that it doesn't take super powers to make a superhero.
Eric Wayne Dickey is a writer whose poetry and translations have been published in Rhino, West Wind Review, and International Poetry Review . He is a coeditor of Pacifica: Poetry International . He lives in Salem, Oregon. Abbey Paccia is a storyboard artist, designer, and animator, and the illustrator of Someday . She lives in Portland, Oregon.
A touching story that helps young and old alike cope with the loss of a loved one, this beautifully illustrated and gentle narrative explains the difficult concept of death to children. Lambkin is a different little lamb; instead of being covered in wool, his body is a cloud. Throughout his life, Lambkin learns to accept the things that make him different. Perfect for parents and educators, this sensitive book treats a difficult topic with compassion and understanding. Una historia conmovedora...
Tyler's hope that his soccer team will be undefeated is dashed when his friend Zack, the team's star midfielder, and two more of the Cougars' best players accept an offer to play for an elite travel team.
Six mini flip-the-flap books in a pocket library slipcase. Each book introduces a different early learning concept with flaps for interactive fun. Contains six mini flip-the-flap books in a special edition slipcase to celebrate 50 years of the Cat in the Hat! Titles include Crazy Colours, Amazing Animals, Nutty Numbers, Silly Opposites, Wacky Weather, Dizzy Days.Perfect for little Seuss fans to learn in zany style!
A warm sty to lie in and cool mud for a wallow are not enough to satisfy two bored pigs named Bertha and Briggs. Their minds are bent on money and riches. So when they find a treasure chest, they head straight for town. They buy dresses and suits, an expensive new car, and a house filled with gadgets. Now they'll live the good life.But the gadgets cause a lot of trouble. The car breaks down; the washer overflows; the TV goes on the blink. Bertha and Briggs are working so hard, they have no time...
A collection of stories of life in the late nineteenth century, many reflecting the Christian faith of the author's family, including tales of pride in a new dress, a special apron for grandpa, and a little girl lost while asleep in her own bed.