A different take on the original nursery rhyme as Humpty's friends fall off chairs and all the kings horses and all the kings men cook them into something else such as eggnog, chocolate cake, or a poached egg. In the end, he learns that even though they are a different shape they are still his friends.
The air sizzles with excitement when kids catch sight of Gadoosh and her wild purple hair. As her floppy inside-out shoes leave the ground, the whooshing caper begins and magic buttons fly everywhere. Although it's a mystery where Gadoosh comes from, best friends Jaimy and Jake think they know exactly what she needs. Follow along as they lead their classmates and perplexed teacher on a topsy-turvey hullabaloo of an adventure to find a home for Gadoosh. Wacky as Dr. Seuss and reminiscent of Mary Poppins, this enchanting tale whisks us into a world of love and laughter. The delightfully dazzling illustrations perfectly capture the whimsical yet powerful message of Gadoosh.
Brace yourself for the scariest field trip of your life! Bumbling, cowardly Eugene is forced to transfer to a new school in northern Michigan,Äîin the middle of the year, and in the middle of a blizzard. Eugene is used to weird things happening in his life, but this new place feels really bad. He has no idea how bad it,Äôs going to get until he meets his new English teacher, ,ÄúMing the Merciless.,Äù To save his classmates from a fatal graduation from Ming,Äôs School of the Brass Monkeys, Eugene must deliver an unfinished book to a legendary teacher named McGinty, who is hiding in the underworld. With the help of some renegade teachers and his new friends, he begins an epic journey to find McGinty. Will Eugene survive the Cliffs of Notes and the Sea of Hot Lunches? Will he reach McGinty in time to expose Ming,Äôs plot? A great choice for the reluctant reader, Brass Monkeys is action-packed and full of twists and turns. It,Äôs sure to keep readers guessing until the very end.
Cow is stuck in the fence and needs some help. But when Bee passes the word on, it turns into: "Cow put Duck in a tent!" Later renditions convey a woodchuck having a tent fall on him, Cow getting good luck, a penny, some money, some honey, and - with messages like these, will this poor cow ever get out of that fence?
A young boy and his best buddy Butterscotch search for hidden treasure, save the city from an angry monster, and patrol a kingdom. Amazing adventures ensue as brave boy knight saves the day!
The world of Rip Squeak exists in a summer cottage in the country where no humans live ten months out of the year. The stories are about Rip Squeak and his little sister Jesse and their strange friendship with Abbey, and abandoned kitten, and a frog named Euripides. Rip and Jesse live inside the walls of a summer cottage. Abbey prefers to befriend creatures like mice and frogs and birds rather than other cats. She introduces Rip and Jesse to her friend Euripides, a very entertaining actor and storyteller who lives and breathes the theater. Through Rip's own words, the books introduce the stories of these creatures and the friendships they develop, setting the stage for adventures yet to come. The story of Rip Squeak and his friends continues in this third book of the Rip Squeak Series. Rip Squeak returns in a rollicking new adventure as a trip to an old bookshop sends Rip and his friends off on fantastic journeys through imagination and history. Brave knights, fairy princesses and a magic carpet ride are all part of the fun when Rip, Jesse, Abbey and Euripides Find the Magic!
Ziggy sure got a different kind of sleep-over when he went to Moogie's house. But maybe this is an experience kids would love to have.