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Theo is brokenhearted when he accidentally lets go of the string of his party balloon. As he watches it float out of sight, Theo wonders where his balloon might have gone. Luckily, his older brother Zeke knows everything about everything. Zeke...
Lula's Aunties want her to be a witch like them. But Lula prefers to study cookbooks rather than spellbooks (and hates to fly on a broom). Lula wants to be a famous chef. In desperation, the Aunties insist she try to make one last potion. Lula...
What happens when you mix a polar bear and a black bear? A panda bear, of course!An explorer has recorded some strange animal families in this wacky illustrated photo album by Becky Lam.While the family portraits may not be, ahem,...
"Now Humpfree Camel had no humps. His back was free of any lumps. While others had one bump or two, Just where were Humpfree's? No one knew." Humpfree's back is as flat as a pancake and he's not taking it lying...
When mice turn 100 years old (in mouse-years, of course) they get to visit the Queen of England. When Charlie journeys across the countryside for his grandmother's visit, he discovers that even little creatures can have big adventures.
In this cute rhyming story about an unexpected visitor a little girl wonders why there is a dog on her dining room table. She imagines a world of funny scenarios for the new visitor, but not everyone is happy about his arrival.
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