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Zoe is the Queen of the whole Universe... but her favorite place in the Universe is her own room, where she hosts tea parties, builds empires out of blocks, and gazes out upon the stars. Then her parents announce that her little sister Addie is moving in to Zoe's room. Little sisters aren't good at tea parties (too rude), block-building (too clumsy), and starwatching (just plain too young!). So the Queen's new roommate is a royal pain... until Zoe discovers that even her smallest subjects can be useful in a storm!Show more
High above the jungle floor, fearless Zoe, explorer extraordinaire, catches a glimpse of the rare wild Addiebeast. She springs over the treeline in hot pursuit - And then Zoe's mother calls, 'WE'RE LEAVING IN FIVE MINUTES!' Yet Zoe still has so much to do on the playground, which transforms into a jungle in her imagination! So against the ticking clock of Mama's countdown, she chases the Addiebeast across precarious logs (balance beams), escapes from wild monkeys in their natural habitat (the jungle gym), and climbs to the very top of the rainforest (a tree house). But can she catch the elusive creature in time?Show more
Each day is full of possibilities, and Zoe wants to be ready for everything this one might bring. But that makes getting dressed really, really hard! If it's a twirling day, she'll need to wear the purple skirt. But if it's a cartheeling day, she'll want the polka-dot tights. Or it might be a hiding day, perfect for the flower crown that will help her blend into the garden... or a flying day, which demands butterfly wings! As the clothes pile up and Mama tells her it's time to go, there's only one way Zoe can be sure she's prepared for all the adventures ahead - a solution that will have parents laughing in recognition and kids nodding in satisfaction.Show more
"Michael," said Karl. "There's a really big bear in the backyard." This is how three children meet Stillwater, a giant panda who moves into the neighborhood and tells amazing tales. To Addy he tells a story about the value of material goods. To Michael he pushes the boundaries of good and bad. And to Karl he demonstrates what it means to hold on to frustration. With graceful art and simple stories that are filled with love and enlightenment, Jon Muth -- and Stillwater the bear -- present three ancient Zen tales that are sure to strike a chord in everyone they touch.Show more
This fun-filled tale by acclaimed children's author Laura McGee Kvasnosky was named an ALA Notable Children's Book and received the Theodor Seuss Geisel Beginning Reader Award. Fox sisters Zelda and Ivy refuse to eat cucumber sandwiches for lunch ever again. To avoid this nasty meal, they pack their bags and run away (even if they only make it to the backyard). The young foxes' adventures are separated into three chapters-perfect for young listeners.Show more
Laura McGee Kvasnosky won the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award for her delightful Zelda and Ivy story collections, including The Runaways. This time around, the two fox sisters are surprised when their neighbor hops over the back fence. It's the boy next door, Eugene. Together these three foxes play pirates, camp outside, and learn the value of true friendship.Show more
Yuck. A cheese and ham sandwich for lunch is way too boring. As young Zak stares at his plate, he grumbles. If only he had his own restaurant, he could eat anything he wanted. But wishes can come true in astonishing ways. In a flash, Zak is at a shining lunch counter. Under bright lights, a frizzy-haired waitress named Lou waits to take his order. With a grin as big as his appetite, Zak doesn't waste any time: double cheeseburgers, french fries, pizzas, pies . Join the adventurous Zak as he feasts his way through a meal that gets bigger with every bite. Margie Palatini is the author of several popular picture books, and in Zak's Lunch she captures every child's food fantasy. Narrator Jeff Woodman adds just the right flavor to her rib-tickling tale.Show more
Award-winning digital media star Zach King brings his unique brand of magic to the first installment of a lively, fun-filled trilogy about Zach, a middle schooler in search of his magical powers while navigating the crazy, confusing world of public school. Big Nate meets DanTDM in a debut middle grade adventure by social media superstar Zach King. Zach King: My Magical Life is also coming to theaters soon, as the project has been picked up by Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment. Everyone in Zach King's family has a magical power. His father can turn back time, his sister can turn invisible, and his mother can transform any object into something else. And Zach...well, he hasn't found his magical power yet and his family is growing worried that he's been "skipped." So his parents decide to stop homeschooling him in magical arts and send him instead to a regular middle school with regular kids. To Zach, it's the worst news ever. Who wants to be ordinary when everyone around them is extraordinary? But Zach quickly learns that going to regular school with regular kids isn't all that bad. Who knew having real friends would be so much fun? And just when Zach least expects it, he discovers a pair of magical snapbacks that might just be the magical thing he's been looking for his whole life. The only thing standing in his way is the school bully, Tricia Stands. She's determined to make sure Zach doesn't get more popular than she is, and so she plans a prank so awful, so evil, it could cause the biggest disaster Horace Greeley Middle School has ever seen. For fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Timmy Failure, and DanTDM: Trayaurus and the Enchanted Crystal and anyone who's ever wondered where they belong, this is the perfect audiobook for you.Show more
In Yesterday I Found an A, a little girl recounts her home-alone adventure with the alphabet. In the Color Caper, Jack and Lyla love to explore the colorful world around them until a color thief comes to town and makes their world dark and grey. Follow along on their adventure through the rainbow and back again, as they solve the missing color problem!Show more
Wombat is looking for a musical instrument to play. But his real problem is finding one that is not too big and not too long. Not too difficult and not too tall. And not too heavy and not too loud. With the help of Bundy the dog, Wombat begins studying some musical instruments. Will he find one that is just the right size and shape for a little wombat to play? ***Please contact Member Services for additional documents***Show more
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