Books for Boys
Join oddball outsiders Nick, Molly, and Karl in a hilarious middle-school illustrated novel adventure full of awkwardness and missteps as they strive to be seen in a world that would prefer they stay invisible. Nick is the shortest seventh-grader in the history of the world (he�s pretty sure), he doesn�t fit in with any groups or clubs (who needs �em?), and he spends more time inside than outside his locker (they�re roomier than you�d think). Things only get worse when a well intentioned guidanc
It's a dog's life! An adorable book of letters from Bobs the dog, by much-loved author Enid Blyton. The perfect gift for animal-lovers of all ages. Bones and biscuits! If a cheeky bird didn't fly down to my nose and eat a crumb off my left whiskers! Really, people have no manners at all these days! In this very funny book, Bobs gives us his opinions on everything from fireworks to frogs, cats to Christmas, in his own words. This illustrated collection of his letters takes us through a year in th
The latest tale from Deckawoo Drive—and New York Times best-selling creatorsKate DiCamillo and Chris Van Dusen—is a balm for young worrywarts facing theunknown. Welcome back to Deckawoo Drive for a sixth endearing installment in thecompanion series to Kate DiCamillo’s New York Times best-selling Mercy Watsonbooks. Frank Endicott is a worrier. He worries about lions, submarines, blackholes, leprosy, and armadillos. He lists his worries alphabetically in anotebook and suffers vivid nightmares t
About the Book During his busy day, Kenny gets dressed, fights his fear of the vacuum cleaner, gets a soccer lesson from his sister, and prepares for bed, with his loving family always near. Book Synopsis Two-time Caldecott Honor artist and Coretta Scott King Medalist Brian Pinkney's Time for Kenny is simple, direct, and pitch-perfect for emerging readers. This vibrant, family-oriented picture book is full of boundless energy, action, and unlimited love. A timeless choice for fans of
Celebrate diversity, math, and the power of storytelling! When sisters Usha and Aarti look up at the stars, they see different things.Aarti sees the Big Dipper, but Usha sees the Big DIGGER. And cousin Gloriasees the Big Kite! Could they all be right? A playful introduction to geometryand spatial relationships, featuring Indian American characters and a noteabout cultures and constellations. Storytelling Math celebrates children using math in their daily adventures asthey play, build, and
What makes you big? What makes you small? From acclaimed author-illustrator Nina Crews comes a picture book that introduces young children to the concepts of size and comparisons. A great choice for emerging readers, school classrooms, and storytime sharing. Time to play outside! It’s easy for a young boy to feel small in a world that is made up of big, big things. But when he takes a closer look, he discovers that he is big, too. His dog is smaller than he is, and his cat is smaller than his do
Award-winning author and illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh brings an ancient Mesoamerican creation myth to life Long ago, the gods of Mesoamerica set out to create humans. They tried many times during each sun, or age. When all their attempts failed and the gods grew tired, only one did not give up: Quetzalcóatl—the Feathered Serpent. To continue, he first had to retrieve the sacred bones of creation guarded by Mictlantecuhtli, lord of the underworld. Gathering his staff, shield, cloak, and shell orna
Max and the Tag-Along Moon Paperback. Max loves his grandpa, and Grandpa loves Max. So when they must say good-bye, Grandpa reminds Max that the moon above them at Grandpa's house is the very same moon that will follow him all the way home. And on that swervy-curvy car ride back home, Max watches as the moon tags along, this way and that, thinking of Grandpa. But when the sky darkens and the moon disappears behind the clouds, Max worries that the moon did not follow him home after all. In his be
"Signed Vintage First Edition of The Pumpkin Runner by Marsha Diane Arnold. Very Good Condition for age. Jacket has light wear on top right corner, and pages are like new. Beautifully illustrated Children's Book about a race in Australia. Signed \"Run with Joy\" by the Author on Title Page. If you like nice Books for Kids please see the others listed in that section of my shop on Etsy. I have several options available and more coming up soon. Thanks for reading. Free Shipping!"
A little jewel of a book in a new illustrated edition of Oscar Wilde’s belovedtale The children loved to play in the Giant’s garden, but when he returned afteryears away, he said, "What are you doing here?" and the children fled. This isthe classic story of a giant whose gloomy outlook and self-centered ways arechanged by a remarkable tiny child.
This picture book for older readers focuses on George Washington as farmer, inventor, and scientist. Infused with excerpts from George's letters and diaries, the narrative makes a convincing case for Washington's place as the nation's First Farmer. He invented a combination plow-tiller-harrow, tested different fertilizers, and bred donkeys and horses to create strong mules. His goal to make Mount Vernon self-sufficient carried over to his goal to make the new country independent. Layne Johnson's
Today is Pet Club day. There will be cats and dogs and fish, but are allowed. The Pet Club doesn’t understand that pets come in all shapes and sizes, just like friends. Now it is time for a boy and his tiny pet elephant to show them what it means to be a true friend. has been sold around the world and is heralded as a pitch-perfect book about inclusion. Imaginative and lyrical, this sweet story captures the magic of friendship and the joy of having a pet. Age 4+
Millions of Maxes Hardcover. Max's room has his name all over it--on his blanket and night light and wall. His parents call him The One and Only Max. And so, he is in for a big surprise at the playground one day, when he hears "Max, time to go home!" and two other kids come running. He's not the one and only after all! How many Maxes are in the world? Millions of Maxes? 8.88'' W x 11.25'' H x 0.36'' DWritten by Meg WolitzerPublisher: Random House40 pagesRecommended for ages 3 to 5 yearsImported