Even a cardboard box can be a private (and magical) place. Kelly loves the cabin she has made from a refrigerator box. It has a window with curtains, pictures on the walls, a cabin-sized table and a wonderful view. It sits in the vacant lot next door, transformed into the rugged farm of a pioneer family. Now if only Kelly can find the right person to share it with.
Small plastic toy or hero of mammoth proportions, George is a character you won't soon forget. George is hardly bigger than a child's middle finger. His knees and his elbows don't bend and his legs are fused together. When Katie and Mackenzie find him at the edge of the ocean, they are unimpressed, but George keeps turning up in their lives. And what may seem ordinary to a girl and a boy can be an awesome adventure if you are six centimeters tall.
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!
Ready for fun and adventure? Then join us in our magic tree house, where imagination takes flight as we blast off on the trip of a lifetime. Just Imagine soaring in a supersonic jet, riding on a dolphin, sailing the seven seas, or exploring a deep, dark swamp. How about painting a rainbow, hosting a garden party for all our animal friends, or boarding a rocket ship bound for the moon? <p>Who knows what might happen and what we'll become as we set our minds free. After all, anything is possible when we Just Imagine. This oversized, lavishly illustrated book offers delightful surprises for readers of all ages. Wodin's inspiring paintings will be treasured for generations to come.</p>
Reg and Keely and Burt and Shawna are back, and ready for new adventures from hunting for treasure to sledding together and building fearsome creatures in the snow.
Winnie the Pooh for the twenty-first century. Harriet has a large collection of stuffed animals. Her favorite is an intrepid bear, Theodora (Teddy, to her friends), who leads the others in a variety of attempts to boss Harriet around and to claim the spot of alpha animal in the household. It is all Harriet can do to get her own way once in a while.
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.