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Moby Shinobi is a very helpful ninja! In this rhyming Level 1 reader, Moby heads to the firehouse to help the firefighters. Moby tries to hang up the gear, spray the hose, and climb a ladder, but each try ends in a funny mess. Moby wants to help, but he worries his ninja skills aren't right for the job. When a cat gets stuck up a tree, it's finally Moby's turn to save the day! Easy-to-read, bouncy text and bright, full-color artwork make this the perfect book for young readers!
Engaging kids' baseball story from best-selling illustrator of the A to Z Mysteries The Fernwood Valley Fuzzies have a baseball game set with the undefeated and impeccable Geartown Clankees. The Clankees perform like well-oiled machines...mainly because they are robots in disguise just wanting to fit in and feel the love of good sportsmanship deep inside their gears. It's a battle of bolts, brawn, and stamina as the Fuzzies must keep up with their robotic counterparts if they are to win the game. With their rookie, Blossom Honey Possum, benched due to her fear of robots and their hitter, Walter Wombat, determined to win at any costs, the Fuzzies are up for the fight of their lives. Forget about 7 inning stretch, try 38 inning stretch! Play ball!
In the sixth book in the New York Times bestselling middle grade series inspired by the life of iconic New York Yankee Derek Jeter, young Derek bites off more than he can chew when he decides to enter the school talent show and try out for the basketball team. Between promising Vijay that he'll compete in the school talent show and promising Dave that he'll try out for the basketball team, Derek Jeter has a lot he's trying to juggle. A commitment is a commitment, and Derek is determined to work hard and try his best, but he worries he might be in over his head and fears he's going to let his friends or himself down. How can Derek do it all? Inspired by Derek Jeter's childhood, Fast Break is the sixth book in Jeter Publishing's New York Times bestselling middle grade baseball series that focuses on key life lessons from Derek Jeter's Turn 2 Foundation.
Do you dare to read the Tales of Terror? A stunning and commercial new paperback package for this chilling collection of short stories, illustrated throughout by David Roberts and featuring a gloriously creepy new cover! Uncle Montague lives alone in a big house and his regular visits from his nephew give him the opportunity to retell some of the most frightening stories he knows. But as the stories unfold, another even more spine-tingling narrative emerges, one that is perhaps the most frightening of all. Uncle Montague's tales of terror, it transpires, are not so much works of imagination as dreadful, lurking memories. Memories of an earlier time in which Uncle Montague lived a very different life to his present solitary existence... Can't get enough spooky stories? Crack open the other thrilling titles in the Tales of Terror series: Tales of Terror from the Black Ship and Tales of Terror from the Tunnel's Mouth!
Twins Dale and Joe are the sons of fallen football ace Nicky Green. They have always joked about swapping their identities for a day, but suddenly everything changes - and now it's serious. Dale wants Joe to do the double and take his place on the football pitch. Joe isn't even sure he wants to help, but how can he refuse his twin? In the same style as the Shades 2.0 series, this book tells a fast-paced story but is much shorter than the Shades, allowing for less-able readers to still experience the gripping story but with much simpler language and a larger font. The excitement of the Shades series is still there in these shortened versions of the dramatic, enticing stories.
Join Timmy the Telecabin and his friends on their adventures in the French Alps in Suzan Savage's new picture book for readers aged 5-7 years. It's the first day of the skiing season, the snow is falling and Timmy is excited to return to his job of carrying people up the mountains so that they can ski back down again. He meets lots of different people and enjoys listening to their excited chatter as they climb aboard his telecabin. Readers also meet Timmy's friends: Charlie Chairlift, a jolly lift who takes people even further up the mountain; Bertie Buttonlift, a cheeky lift who enjoys playing games with the children in ski school; and Percy the Piste Basher who spends his evenings doing an important job so that skiers can enjoy their holidays. Adventures of Timmy the Telecabin also shares some information about learning to ski and important guidelines to help readers remain safe on the slopes in this picture book that will appeal to readers aged 5-7 years.
Pack your bags and get ready to hit the road with this latest installment of family fun! You can help create car songs, spot some historical sights, even stop at a roadside diner--with a Mad Libs? twist, of course!
Many have tried to imitate the world's most popular word game, but they just can't ___VERB___ the mustard! With Mad Libs? on the Road, traveling has never been so wacky!
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 taekwondo.
Age range 9 to 14 Growing up in East Germany in the 1960's, football mad Karl wants nothing more than to play for his hometown club. However, when this dream finally comes true, he soon finds out that playing for the mighty Dynamo Berlin comes at a cost. Karl realises that the team are run by the dreaded Stasi Police and he's required to be more than just a football player. When he refuses to become an informant, he finds himself falling foul of powerful men who always get what they want. Of course, as he falls out of love with football, he could always simply up and leave. Couldn't he? It's not to be - players don't leave Dynamo Berlin until the Stasi decide.
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!
Spend a splashy summer day at the pool with Curious George! In this storybook, George helps his friend Lucy learn to swim, despite her fears. But can our favorite mischievous little monkey follow the pool rules? Curious George and his friend are spending a fun summer day at their local pool. Kids are swimming, diving, and playing pool games, and there's even a snack stand! George can't wait to spend the whole day in the water, but when he sees his friend Lucy afraid to swim, George wants to help. Join George as he learns the pool rules and has lots of summer fun at the pool!
"Ludicrous--and a whole lot of fun...an enjoyable sports fantasy." --Kirkus Reviews "Infused with silliness and sugar, but the banter is fast and sassy...Funny and believable." --BCCB A basketball-loving girl makes a wish to never miss a basket in this charming middle grade novel that pushes girl power to the max! Lizzy Trudeaux loves basketball. She doesn't have much by way of money, but she has access to the community court and a worn ball named Ginger, and she practices constantly. After fighting to join the boys' team at her school, Lizzy is finally given the opportunity to show off her hard-earned skills. When she answers what she believes is another bill-collecting phone call, Lizzy receives a magical wish: the ability to sink every shot. Pure Swish. Now eviscerating the competition in the boys' league is small potatoes--she has the skills to dominate in the NBA. With the help of her BFF Toby and some viral video action, Lizzy goes all the way to the Philadelphia Bells's starting lineup, making history and taking names. Then, just as she's about to go face-to-face with her hero, the best player on the planet, things begin to fall apart. But Lizzy isn't a quitter and she'll play her hardest for the love of the game.
The Cycling Wangdoos is an imaginative, fun-to-read rhyming tale of a Tibetan racing team who ride on a six-seater bicycle with a wacky yak on the back. They have a long record of winning races by working together, until the smallest Wangdoo begins to think he's pulling more than his fair share of the weight. Find out what happens when his discontentment quickly spreads through the team and the Wangdoos' race takes a dangerous turn. When the race is over, the riders are left with a hard-learned lesson-that teams work best when everyone does their part. Laugh-out-loud illustrations bring this delightful story to life. Ages 0-6.
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