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The youngest expedition ever to attempt to climb Mt. Everest has begun--but trouble starts long before they reach the summit. Reissue.
Jack and Annie are off on another adventure! This time they are sent to ancient Greece, where a very important event is taking place. Join them as they race against time and witness the very first Olympic games!
When Wally becomes involved in international espionage, rocket-powered toilet paper, and exploding dental floss, he ends up having to become a skydiver to save his life and the entire free world.
Miss Charlotte - the new coach of a children's football team - has some odd methods to prepare them for the big match.
She decides to teach them to lose! And to have fun. Incredibly, it seems to work, as the kid who was always useless on the pitch suddenly scores a screamer in practice.
But will their hopes of victory be dashed when the ambitious star player decides to join the other team?The latest instalment in Dominique Demers's popular Adventures of Miss Charlotte series, The New Football Coach, brilliantly illustrated by Tony Ross, is a marvellous tale about believing in yourself and beating the odds.
For a brave warthog like Boris, adventure is always just around the
Disney's Wreck-It Ralph is a computer-animated feature film about a misunderstood video game villain who wants nothing more than to be the good guy for a change. But when Ralph finally gets his chance, will it mean "Game Over" for every game in the arcade? Young fans ages 2-5 will love this full-color Little Golden Book version of the movie.
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 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's race takes a dangerous turn. When the race is over, the riders are left with a hard-learned lessonathat teams work best when everyone does their part. Laugh-out-loud illustrations bring this delightful story to life. Ages 0-6.
Greg "Slam" Harris can do it all on the basketball court. He knows he's got what it takes to go all the way to the top. Slam's grades aren't so hot, though, and when his teachers jam his troubles in his face, he blows up.
Daniel's favorite thing to do is fish with his grandpa. But when his grandfather passes away, all that Daniel has left are stories of Big Larry, the monster fish Grandpa spent his life chasing. Daniel decides to try to catch Big Larry in honor of his grandpa. But can he land the biggest catch of his life, or will he let Big Larry get away?
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the first publication of Skinnybones, bestselling author Barbara Park has updated the text of this award-winning novel and made it even more hilarious. A whole new generation of kids will meet Alex "Skinnybones" Frankovich, the smallest player on his baseball team, who is famous for his big mouth. Alex knows he's gone too far when he brags his way into a battle of skills with T.J. Stoner, a cocky Little League legend with a perfect hitting record. Can blabbermouth Alex talk his way out of "this" mess?
Jill never expected her week at surf camp to be interrupted by a hurricane, but one is heading for the North Carolina coast. Abby and Sara think surfing in a hurricane will be amazing. Then the waves get out of control. Time is running out, and the storm is coming.
Cycling, ice hockey, athletics, tennis . . .There are so many sports and they're all fabulous! Soccer is great, except when your team keeps shooting and missing. Horse-riding is wonderful--so long as the horse does what the rider wants. Running, cycling, and swimming require agility and endurance. Other sports like ballet are not about speed but strength and style.
Sports lovers small and big will find the one they love best--and some surprises--in this witty picture book, presented with charming characters and laconic commentary.
"I never knew I had an arm until this guy called out, "Hey you want
to try and get a ball in the hole, sonny?" I was only nine, but mom
said, "come on, let's play." This Carney guy with no teeth and a
fuming cigarette hands me five blue rubber balls and says if I
throw three in the hole we win a prize. He's grinning, because he
took mom's five bucks and figures a sucker is born every minute.
That really got me, because we didn't have any money after Fernando
took off, and he only comes back to beat up mom and steal our
money. So I really wanted to get mom back something, you know, for
her five bucks."
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