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Lord Garmadon may be a lot of things- he's an evil warlord, a four-armed villain, and all-around scary guy. But if there's one thing he's afraid of, it's being a dad! Learn what happens when Garmadon finds out that his biggest enemy, the Green Ninja, is actually his son, Lloyd! With full-color images from the film and one sheet of stickers. The LEGO(R) NINJAGO(R) Movie(TM) hits theaters September 22nd 2017, with an all-star cast featuring Jackie Chan, Dave Franco, Justin Theroux, Fred Armisen, and more. Not to be missed!
Marcus is a Maths whiz who is not good at sport. His dad is a self-help author who thinks Marcus can achieve anything he sets his mind to, with hilarious results. In illustrated diary format, Marcus's gentle, satiric humour and comic drawings will have readers laughing out loud while learning a surprising amount about rugby.
Georgia is fantastically excited to be competing at Olympia! It's like a dream come true, and she's really looking forward to it. Especially the Parade at the end, where she can show off her gorgeous little palomino, Lily, to the world!
Llama Llama learns to swim in this sweet 8x8 based on an episode from the Netflix animated television series.
Look out, world--Llama Llama is a TV star! The beloved character, made famous by Anna Dewdney's best-selling picture books, is the star of his own original series, now airing on Netflix. Our episode-based 8x8 tells the story of one of the most memorable (and sometimes scary!) milestones: learning to swim! Your little llamas will love relating to their favorite picture book character as he faces new and challenging situations.
From camping to kite-flying, from picnic treats to summer stargazing, little ones will enjoy a perfect day of summer play with Curious George in this tabbed board book! Join George and the man with the yellow hat as they enjoy a fun day at the beach, go on a picnic, enjoy a whirlwind of games at the carnival, and soak up that summer sun in this read-aloud book with rhyming text. Colorful tabs and sturdy pages are perfect for little hands.
A trilogy of short stories introduces us to Cody Hamilton. The opening story, Cody's Colts, features Cody, cool and sporty, and Dwaine, a dweeb with two left feet. Cody is desperate to win the local under 12 football cup, and have his picture in the paper for scoring the most hat-tricks in one season, but he knows the chances are slim with Dwaine in the team. Through a journey of discovery he learns that teamwork and friendship is more important that selfishness and winning. Cody lives with his long-suffering father (who is also the coach of the football team) and his loyal companion Harry the cat. They communicate with Harry as though she (yes, 'she') can understand every word they say. The second story in the collection Cody and Harry tells of the hilarious muddles that are had with her namesake and their neighbour, also called Harry. Finally, in Cody Gets Framed, Cody and his friends spend the summer holidays solving the crime of a stolen Roman treasure. Inexplicably the evidence points towards Cody. Will they discover the real culprit in time and why has Cody been framed for the theft?
It's the hottest, stickiest day of the summer. A fat-sun-in-the-sky day. An eating-ice-pops-on-the-porch day. And for Kishi and Ren e, it's a best-friends-breakup day. Each girl sits on her own front porch, waiting for the other to apologize, even though they know they'll never speak to each other again, no matter how bored they get. But then the sounds of feet slapping the pavement and voices chanting double-dutch rhymes drift up the avenue, and neither one can resist going out in the street to play. This lyrical friendship story, the first collaboration of two outstanding artists, pairs a rhythmic text with distinctive collage illustrations. Its subtle message about sharing and forgiveness will resonate with anyone who has ever experienced the ups and downs of being, and having, a best friend.
Discover the struggles and triumphs of fourth-grader Zayd Saleem as he pursues his dream of being a basketball star in this bind-up of the complete middle grade series from the acclaimed author of Amina's Voice and More to the Story. Zayd Saleem has serious hoop dreams. He's going to be a basketball star. A legend. There are only a few small things in his way. For starters, Zayd's on the scrawny side and gets stomach aches when he's nervous. He has to convince his coach that he has what it takes to join his best friend Adam on the elite Gold Team. His mom and dad want him to practice his violin way more than his jump shot. Plus, it doesn't help that his older sister Zara is amazing at every sport she tries. But Zayd has a lot going for him, too. His grandmother is willing to supply him with all the mango milkshakes he wants. His grandfather has a few tricks up the sleeve of his velour track suit. And his favorite uncle keeps Zayd laughing, even if it's sometimes so hard he needs to pee. Zayd's family, combined with his friends, teammates, and his own determination, means he's got everything he needs to chase his dream. Will he reach it?
For the Walker children, sailing the boat Swallow to an island for a camping trip is a fantastic adventure. But soon they find themselves under attack from the fierce pirates of the Amazon, Nancy and Peggy. And so begins the battles, alliances and discoveries in a summer like no other.
Stephen Satlow is an eight-year-old boy living in Brooklyn, New York, which means he only cares about one thing-the Dodgers. Steve and his father spend hours reading the sports pages and listening to games on the radio. Aside from an occasional run-in with his teacher, life is pretty simple for Steve.
But then Steve hears a rumor that an African American family is moving to his all-Jewish neighborhood. It's 1948 and some of his neighbors are against it. Steve knows this is wrong. His hero, Jackie...
Marcus is a maths whiz who is not good at sport. His dad is a self-help author who thinks Marcus can achieve anything he sets his mind to ...with hilarious results. In illustrated diary format, Marcus's gentle, satiric humour and comic drawings will have readers laughing out loud while learning a surprising amount about sport.
A young girl camps out in her bedroom and is joined by her mother.
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