Maddie's mother agrees to send her daughter to a new camp - <i>Wolf Camp</i>. But when Maddie returns, she seems, well, changed. She snaps at flies, howls at fire trucks, and chases squirrels - on all fours. She quits eating candy and starts eating meat - only meat. And the dog is now afraid of her when she lifts her lip and shows her teeth. What child hasn't fantasized about being an animal? And what parent hasn't exclaimed over the transformation in their child when picking him or her up from camp? This book intertwines these two themes in a hilarious story of a very different kind of camping experience.
At the same time Prince Langilor is born in the Kingdom of Lugin, a dragon is hatched in the Dark Forest. To prove his worthiness, the gentle prince must face the dragon before he can become king. He succeeds by turning aggression and anger into friendship.
While mother is away getting food, baby owl wanders away from the burrow, and the adventure begins.
Super Letterman proves that the right word can make a world of difference.
Super Letterman saves the day once again by changing a single letter in a word.
Lewis and Clark were commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson to find a water route from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. The men were also asked to explore the newly purchased Louisiana Territory. They never found a water route, but they successfully documented information about the new lands.
The journey of a little purple car, collecting various animals along the way to town.
A colorful band of pirates sing much better than they sail. Also includes a fun geography games and a short history lesson.
Supercross riders cruise at high speeds through sharp turns and big jumps. Kids will learn about the history of supercross, the equipment required to race, and the huge events that take place inside sports arenas around the world.
A brave knight sets out to serve the young king, but his quest is continually delayed as he cannot turn away from people in distress. Will the king consider him an errant knight, or be grateful for his service to the people?