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Young Abe Lincoln is all dressed up in his best suit and on his way to deliver an important speech. As he walks along, he finds a pig stuck in a mudhole. Abe hates to see any animal suffer. If he helps the pig, his clothes will get muddy. What would people think of a mud-covered speaker? Abe doesn't want to leave the pig stranded, but he has no other nice clothes to wear. So, he continues down the road toward town, feeling guilty. He knows a pig isn't a person, yet it still seems wrong not to help. Stephen Krensky, the popular author of the Lionel books, bases this story on an old folk tale about the former president. It provides a gentle lesson about making sacrifices to help others. Ed Sala's homespun narration carries listeners back to another time.Show more
Talented author and illustrator Wong Herbert Yee is the recipient of a Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor. Mouse and Mole can hardly contain their excitement when they hear the beloved magician Minkus the Magnificent is in town. But at the show, something goes wrong-and Mole discovers that what seems to be magic, really isn't. Mouse must figure out how to show her friend that real magic is all around them-even in the friendship they share. "Yee portrays Mole's vulnerability and Mouse's pragmatism with great sensitivity and humor."-School Library Journal, starred reviewShow more
Emmy-nominated author and New York Times best-selling illustrator Peter Elwell crafts a bright and cheerful book about choosing your own path in life. Oscar the caterpillar lives in a flower pot in Cleveland. One day, a monarch butterfly floats by, headed for Mexico. Oscar learns that he will one day have wings too-but when that day comes, Oscar gets quite a surprise.Show more
Albert loves to sing and when Phoebe encourages him to enter a song competition, he decides to explore his neighborhood for high sounds, low sounds, loud sounds, soft sounds, fast sounds and slow sounds. The journey on the music train introduces the young reader to different types of musical instruments and Albert is quite the hero in the competition concert.Show more
Alexander's dad has a new job a thousand miles away, so now his family has to move. Alexander would rather have poison ivy. Maybe he could live with the Baldwins and their dog. He's always wanted a dog. How can he leave Rachel, his favorite baby-sitter, who taught him to stand on his head and whistle with two fingers (but not at the same time)? And his best friend Paul, who's like a brother, except that he doesn't call Alexander "puke-face" like his real brother does? Just as Alexander is ready to hide from his parents, Dad decides that a boy might need a dog to make the move easier. And Mom says he can call Paul long distance. He's already memorized the number. Johnny Heller's interpretation of this popular best-seller is a fun listening experience for children of all ages. Judith Viorst's remarkable empathy for children shines brilliantly once again.Show more
This delightful audiobook is about Alfie, a young flying unicorn. Alfie, with his parents and other unicorns find themselves and their moon threatened by Princess Gloom and her army of Mors Bulls. Alfie the unicorn, our hero, escapes to earth seeking a Princess to save his world. He arrives full of hope in the colourful and beautiful kingdom of Princessland where he meets the kind Queen of Princessland, the happy Princess Purple and a helpful man called Blinkybeard. Each of them will help Alfie in their own way to succeed in his mission. Alfie the Unicorn is an adventure that will make parents and children smile, with a hero that everybody will remember. Alfie The Unicorn - Escape to Princessland is the first audiobook in the series.Show more
Step into the magical world of Ali Baba, a young Persian boy who discovers a cave filled with gold and jewels, the hidden treasures of forty deadly thieves. Unfortunately, his greedy brother, Kassim, cannot wait to get his hands on the riches. Returning to the cave, he is captured by the thieves and killed, and now the evil men want revenge on Ali Baba as well.Show more
Alice begins her fantastic journey into Wonderland, following an unprecedented White Rabbit with a pocket watch. While in the topsy turvy world of Wonderland, Alice takes advice from a caterpillar, and attends a mad tea party. She meets the Mock Turtle and the Gryphon and participates in a ludicrous courtroom scene.Show more
Through the Looking Glass revisits Alice, back from Wonderland, and ready for a new adventure. This whimsical tale of imagination and fantasy finds Alice stepping through her parlor mirror into a chess game that encompasses the entire land beyond. Along the way, Alice encounters such favorite nursery rhyme characters as Humpty Dumpty, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, and the Lion and the Unicorn. Join in Alice's wonder and delight in this world behind the looking glass.Show more
The whole family will delight in this entertaining production of Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland. Down the Rabbit hole she slides into a topsy-turvy world where the strangest of strange characters accompany her on her strangest of strange adventures. Join Alice as she befriends the Cheshire Cat, has tea with the Madhatter and plays croquet with the Queen of Hearts. First published in 1865, Lewis Carroll’s masterpiece was one of the first Children’s tales written just for fun. Imaginations will run wild for both young and old in this delightful retelling.Show more
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is a work of children's literature by the English mathematician and author, the Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, written under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. It tells the story of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit-hole into a fantasy realm populated by grotesque figures like talking playing cards and anthropomorphic creatures. The Wonderland described in the tale plays with logic in ways that have made the story of lasting popularity with adults as well as children. It is considered to be one of the most characteristic examples of the genre of literary nonsense.Show more
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