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Alpaca Lunch

By John Churchman, Jennifer Churchman
Authors:
John Churchman, Jennifer Churchman
Poppy the alpaca loves going on adventures and trying new things! She's excited to explore the farm and discover all of the plants, fruits, and vegetables growing around every bend. But when she hears about the winter frost coming, she's worried--where will she and her family get their food? Poppy and her animal friends learn how everyone on the farm works together to prepare for the colder season. Alpaca Lunch encourages healthy eating and trying new things as the animals explore a beautiful array of interesting and colorful foods growing around the farm. This charming story by John and Jennifer Churchman features real animals on their bustling Vermont farm including a brand-new herd of adorable alpacas, as well as fan favorites Sweet Pea from The SheepOver, Finn from Brave Little Finn, and Maisie from A Farm for Maisie.

Awesome Dawson

By Chris Gall
Authors:
Chris Gall
Dawson is a boy with a motto: 'EVERYTHING can be used again!' He takes apart junk and uses the parts to create anything from aeroplanes to fish tanks to robot friends like Mooey, his faithful (but long-suffering) sidekick. Dawson sneaks into his secret hideout to recycle his neighbors' trash, but also to escape his daily chores - until the day he realizes he has everything he needs to create a robot that will do his chores for him!The only problem is that Dawson makes the robot a little too... awesome. The 'Vacu-Maniac' starts sucking up everything in sight, destroying the town and terrorizing its citizens. It'll take all Dawson's ingenuity to bring his creation down, and when he finally does, he learns an important lesson about using his creativity and skills to figure out how to make life better for others - not just himself.In this high-energy adventure, Chris Gall inspires kids to reuse and recycle with a fantastical twist that will have them laughing and cheering for this totally awesome new hero.
  • An Heiress at Heart

    By Jennifer Delamere
    Authors:
    Jennifer Delamere
    When Lizzie's youthful indiscretion forced her into Australian exile, she had no idea that her banishment would bring her face to face with the only woman who could unravel the mysteries of her past...her long-lost half sister. Though Lizzie and Ria grew up worlds apart, the two felt the instant connection of sisterhood. But when Ria's tragic death leaves Lizzie completely alone, she makes a desperate decision to adopt Ria's identity as her own and go in search of the family she has never known.Geoffrey wants nothing more than to continue tending his small country parish, but when his elder brothers die, he has no choice but to become the heir his family needs. Ready to sacrifice his own desires, Geoffrey is completely unprepared for his reaction to his deceased brother's widow when she appears feverish and injured on his doorstep. Though the law prohibits Geoffrey from claiming "Ria" as his own, he can't help but be drawn to the mysterious beauty.With both their futures at stake, will Lizzie be able to keep up her facade as Ria, even if it costs her the thing she wants most in the world-Geoffrey's love?

    All the Awake Animals are Almost Asleep

    By Crescent Dragonwagon, David McPhail
    Authors:
    Crescent Dragonwagon
    Illustrated by:
    David McPhail
    My little one, lay down your head.It's time to doze, it's time for bed.You tell me, "I'm not sleepy now.""Just try," I say. You ask me, "How?"As a mother tries to tuck her child in for the night, she tells him about all the awake animals that are getting sleepy. From antlered Antelope to zzz-ing Zebra, this alphabet of animals becomes an exquisite celebration of language and nature, just right for lulling even the most wide-awake little ones into a cozy, soothing slumber.
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    Arthur's Mystery Envelope

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    It looks like trouble when the principal asks Arthur to take home a large envelope marked CONFIDENTIAL. His friends try to guess what's inside. It might just be information on...summer school! Will Arthur face the consequences or pretend to lose the envelope? In chapter-book format, for children who are ready to read on their own, this mysterious adventure will surely be a hit among Arthur fans.

    Arthur's Thanksgiving

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    Arthur has been picked to direct his school's Thanksgiving play. His most important job is assigning the parts. Francine demands she be the narrator, her voice is the loudest, and Buster, Brain and Muffy have already picked their roles. What will Arthur do when he realizes everyone wants to be star, but no one wants to play the Turkey? He places an ad, hangs posters, he even asks his family to pitch in. Then, with a little help, Arthur remembers an old saying: If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. Arthur saves the day.
  • Always A Temptress

    By Eileen Dreyer
    Authors:
    Eileen Dreyer
    Lady Kate Seaton might be notorious, but she is no traitor. The problem is, the person she has to prove that to is Harry Lidge, the man who betrayed her ten years earlier. Locked together in a deserted castle, the two wage a titanic battle, not only over Kate's innocence, but a passion that must overcome betrayal, loss and revenge.

    Along A Long Road

    By Frank Viva
    Authors:
    Frank Viva
    Follow that road! Speed off on an eventful bicycle ride along the bold yellow road that cuts through town, by the sea, and through the country. Ride up and around, along and through, out and down. Frank's striking graphic style is executed in just five joyous colors, and his spare, rhythmic language is infectious. Hit a bump? Get back on track! Reach the end? Start again

    Arthur And The Baby

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    Arthur's family is expecting a baby. Everyone is excited, but Arthur wonders, will the new baby change everything? Will he still be able to play with his friends? What if he has to change diapers? When the baby comes home, and his Mother needs some help, D.W. takes charge until the baby starts to cry. Good thing Arthur figures out what his new baby sister needs.

    Arthur Turns Green

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    Celebrated author/illustrator Marc Brown revisits his beloved bestselling character in the first new Arthur picture book in almost ten years! Arthur comes home from school and begins sneaking around the house, taking notes and talking about a Big Green Machine. D.W. is suspicious of her brother's weird behavior, but when Arthur shows up late for dinner with green hands, she really gets the creeps! Will the Big Green Machine get her too? Just in time for Earth Day, this heartwarming story will be printed on recycled paper.

    Arthur Goes To Camp

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    Join Arthur and celebrate trips away from home with two favourite Arthur Adventures! In Arthur Goes To Camp, Arthur has had enough of Camp Meadowbrook's rotten food, poison ivy and barking counselors, but picks the wrong night for an easy escape. In Arthur's Family Vacation, Arthur's vacation with his family starts out as a real disaster, but soon turn into a lot more fun than he could have imagined. Now with a full page of special edition stickers featuring Arthur, D.W., and all their pals, Arthur fans can collect them, share with friends, or create their own Arthur Adventures.
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    Arthur's Family Vacation

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    In this classic Arthur Adventure, everyone's favorite aardvark is unhappy about going on vacation with his family. But when their trip is rained out and the family ends up stuck in a motel, he shows them how to make the best of a bad situation.Kids will love listening along as Marc Brown reads this classic Arthur story.

    Arthur Babysits

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    Arthur's experience babysitting for the terrible Tibble twins is more challenging than he expected! The feisty little ones almost get the best of the adorable aardvark, but he is finally able to settle them down with an imaginative story. Kids will love listening along as beloved author/illustrator, Marc Brown reads this exciting story

    Arthur's Tooth

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    Even though it happens to everyone, losing a tooth for the first time can make kids a little nervous or apprehensive. 'Arthur's Tooth' offers a funny story that helps make the loss of baby teeth less scary. It shows kids that they are not alone in losing their teeth, while also telling a story that is silly enough to keep kids engaged.

    Arthur Meets The President

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    When Arthur wins the "How I Can Help Make America Great'' contest, he and his classmates are excited about attending the special ceremony at the White House. But when Arthur learns he has to recite his winning essay on TV, he is terrified! When his notes are blown away by the helicopter's wind, it is his irrepressible sister, D.W., who saves the day and underscores Brown's message that, "We can all help to make America great by helping others.''Kids will love reading along as Marc Brown reads this favorite Arthur Adventure.

    Arthur Helps Out

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    It's Saturday, and Arthur wants to play, but Mom and Dad have other ideas. Arthur has a long list of chores to do, and the sooner he finishes, the sooner he can play. When Arthur's room is clean, the trash is taken out, dishes are unloaded, the dog is washed and the boxes stored away, Mom and Dad announce that the chores are done, but Arthur is so worn out they find him asleep on the couch.

    Arthur's Valentine

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    Arthur's wrong guess about the identity of the secret admirer sending him valentine messages leads to teasing by the other children. However, clues in additional messages allow him to get his due.

    Arthur And The Big Snow

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    It's snowing, and that means no school! Arthur wants to join his friends at the hill for sledding and fun, but he has to wait with D.W. until the roads are ploughed. By the time Dad says they can go, all of Arthur's friends are back home sipping hot chocolate. Arthur is disappointed, until his Dad produces a brand new sled. Arthur, Dad, and D.W. have a blast on the hill and Arthur realizes some things are worth waiting for.
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