Can Grow!, by Mrs. Mouse (illustrated by Moonstar).
In this delightful story, Little Rock is a pebble who more than
anything wishes it could grow. Join Little Rock as it meets other
characters and experiences the cycle of life for the first time. Ages 3
|From Coast to Coast With an Alien!, by Shannon Lizon. An
alien lands in a living room where two bored and unimaginative children
don't realize the wonders of their own country. They are stunned when
the alien offers them a trip in his spaceship to see all that Canada
has to offer. From the Rockies to the beaches of Nova Scotia, Sarah and
Brad see it all!
|Knickerbocker Glory, by K. L. Davidson.
Knickerbocker Glory is a storyteller who is always in trouble for
distracting the local children from their duties by taking up their
time with his tales. His troubles take a new turn, however, when he is
called upon to find a cure for the King's daughter.
|The Trouble With Ralph, by Diana Lesire Brandmeyer. Haley has a goat, Ralph, who's causing untold
trouble. Haley's father says Ralph has to be sold!
|My Mommy Is Insane, by Koni Coward (illustrated by Mary
Originally written as a poem, this is a humorous look at Mommy's
frazzled nerves. Every mother of small children will identify with this
book, as will the children who love to drive their mother's crazy!
|Marsh Frog Storybooks, by Granny Dragon. A collection of read aloud stories and
poems that's sure to delight the whole family. Featuring the
voice of Granny Dragon reading the story of the little dragon Shining
Days. All ages.
Chocolate Day, by Ann Herrick. Much to his
surprise, a little boy learns there IS something better than eating
chocolate whenever he wants!
|Can I Have a Pet?, by Shannon Lizon. A story of a young boy who longs to have
a pet of his very own. When his mother takes David to the zoo for his
birthday, he is captivated by the many and different animals and
imagines what it would be like to have these animals for pets. David
not only gets a wonderful surprise at the zoo, he has an even bigger
surprise waiting for him at home. This is a wonderful birthday,
|Marion the Magnet's First Mission, by Sharon Hackleman.
Marion the Magnet is chosen by the Universal Guides Committee to travel
to the planet Earth to teach the children about their own magnetic
powers...the magnetic power of thought! Ages 6 and up.
|Can't Teach an Old Dog New
by Charles Vald (illustrated by Cheryl Coville). Alison
thinks Tony is useless. The dog won't do any tricks for her, but then
as her Dad tells her, "You can't teach an old dog new tricks."
The clock in the town rings. DING DONG. It is time for Tony to teach
Alison a few tricks of his own... There's a lot more to Tony than
Alison first thought. Appearances can be deceptive.
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