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¿La sensibilidad se lleva bien con los luchadores? ¡Primera caída! 'Hey, deberías ver cómo quedó mi rival', dice el Conde de Terciopelo, quien se está tomando más en serio que nunca las luchas y se va de gira por todo el país. Los fans le aplauden a rabiar, pero él, que es un sentimental empedernido, extraña a su familia y a sus amigos. Además, Vladimir -su entrenador, que está en quinto de primaria- se enamora de una niña que llega a su edificio, y tendrá que probar suerte con los consejos del Terciopelo y su mamá para saber cómo tratar a las mujeres. Mientras tanto, Karla hace un megacoraje cuando se entera de quién le gusta a Vladimir y decide vengarse, ñaca ñaca.Show more
¿La sensibilidad se lleva bien con los luchadores? ¡Tercera caída! El conde de terciopelo había llegado casi casi a la cima de su carrera tras ganar el campeonato de peso wélter, pero el canijo Golden Fire lo retó a un combate máscara contra máscara en el clásico plan de '¿Qué, eres gallina?'. El Conde cayó en la trampa y ¡aceptó el desafío! No será fácil pues, en una jugada maestra, GOLDEN FIRE logró meterse prácticamente hasta la cocina de la casa del Conde, y ahora el Aterciopelado tendrá que enfrentar esos 'pequeños' asuntos de familia. Aparte, Vladimir sigue en la baba y no se atreve a invitarle un helado a su vecina Leonor. La temible Karla, fúrica por no tener la atención del niño que le gusta, está decidida a sacar a esa escuincla mensa de la jugada. Nada como un poco de poesía y música (desafinada) para relajar el alma sensible y mantener la concentración en este alocado mundo del pancracio, digo, las luchas.Show more
At Jewish summer camp, Lila struggles to make friends until she meets a mysterious horse in the nearby woods who helps her develop confidence in this fourth story in the American Horse Tales series. Lila is a young girl attending Jewish summer camp. She doesn't initially connect with the other campers and finds herself alone in the forest, where she encounters Lonny, a beautiful brown horse with white spots on his face. In Lonny, Lila finds a friend who will listen to her problems as she develops the confidence she needs to befriend the other campers. Camp Mah Tovu is part of a series of books written by several authors highlighting the unique relationships between young girls and their horses.Show more
Fenek has already played football, swum in the sea, run and played with a hula hoop. Today he’ll discover a new discipline. Will he like it? Thanks to this book, your child will: - get to know a new sports discipline, i.e. climbing; - find out what sort of equipment is necessary to do climbing; - learn the meaning of the word “safeguard”; - remember that sport is really important in life. The Adventures of Fenek - Books for younger childrenThematic series that respond to the needs of pre-school and kindergarten teachers, parents, and psychologists. 20-page brochures are published in series of four books each, and they are all thematically related.Show more
In 'The Book of Clever Beasts', Myrtle Reed recounts the whimsical and humorous stories of Little Upsidaisi, Jagg the Skootaway Goat, Snoof, Kitchi-Kitchi, Jim Crow, Hoop-La, Jenny Ragtail and Hoot-Mon. An endearing tale of anthropomorphic animals similar to A. A. Milne's 'Winnie The Pooh' stories and Beatrix Potter's 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit'. 'The Book of Clever Beasts' was much loved by imaginative American children and by President Theodore Roosevelt who personally wrote Reed a letter expressing his adoration of the book. - Myrtle Reed (1874-1911) was an American author, poet and journalist. A best-selling romance novelist and Chicago socialite, she was one of America's best-known authors in the early 20th century. Her most famous works include 'Lavender and Old Lace' (1902), 'Threads of Grey and Gold' (1913) and 'A Weaver of Deams' (1911). Reed also wrote numerous cookbooks.Show more
From New York Times bestselling author and former NFL player Tim Green comes a gripping, deeply personal standalone football novel about a star middle school quarterback faced with a life-changing decision after his dad is diagnosed with ALS. Perfect for fans of Mike Lupica! With two all-star college football players for brothers and a former Atlanta Falcons defensive lineman for a father, it is only natural for sixth-grade quarterback Benjamin Redd to follow in their footsteps. However, after his dad receives a heartbreaking ALS diagnosis—connected to all those hard hits and tackles he took on the field—Ben’s mom becomes more determined than ever to get Ben to quit football. Ben isn’t playing just for himself though. This might be his dad’s last chance to coach. And his teammates need a quarterback that can lead them to the championships. But as Ben watches the heavy toll ALS takes on his dad’s body, he begins to question if this should be his final season after all.Show more
Pinkalicious goes treasure hunting in the woods in this new Pinkalcious Level One I Can Read Story, brought to you by #1 New York Times bestselling author Victoria Kann. When Pinkalicious and Peter play treasure hunters on the family hike, what they find is even better than what they expected—it’s treasuretastic! Pinkalicious: Treasuretastic is a Level One I Can Read, which means it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences. Whether shared at home or in a classroom, the short sentences, familiar words, and simple concepts of Level One books support success for children eager to start reading on their own. Readers can watch Pinkalicious and Peter on the pinkamazing PBS Kids TV series Pinkalicious & Peterrific!Show more
Listen and relive the exciting tales from Highlights, now on audio! Learn how Bryan tests the waters in his first triathlon and about how Tara throws a wild game-winning pitch at the end of a tense game, along with other stories about sports and games. Stories include: "Tri" Harder! by Rich Wallace, A Chilling Thrill by Karen Dowicz Haas, Bear Hits a Home Run by Clare Mishica, Can You Find Me? by Marianne Mitchell, Fair and Square by Eva Apelqvist, Flutter Balls by James M. Janik, Into the Rapids by Bradford H. Robie, Jose's Good Luck by Dorothy K. Mock, Kate Skates by Rhonda Leverett, Let's Play! by Ann Ingalls, and more!Show more
In this companion novel to Midsummer's Mayhem, math and baseball combine with savory snacks to cause confusion and calamity in the town of Comity. Twelve-year-old Trish can solve tough math problems and throw a mean fastball. But because of her mom's new job, she's now facing a summer trying to make friends all over again in a new town. That isn't an easy thing to do, and her mom is too busy to notice how miserable she is. But at her first baseball practice, Trish realizes one of her teammates is Ben, the sixth-grade math prodigy she beat in the spring Math Puzzler Championships. Everyone around them seems to think that with their math talent and love of baseball, it's only logical that Trish and Ben become friends, but Ben makes it clear he still hasn't gotten over that loss and can't stand her. To make matters worse, their team can't win a single game. But then they meet Rob, an older kid who smacks home runs without breaking a sweat. Rob tells them about his family's store, which sells unusual snacks that will make them better ballplayers. Trish is dubious, but she's willing to try almost anything to help the team. When a mysterious booklet of math puzzles claiming to reveal the "ultimate answer" arrives in her mailbox, Trish and Ben start to get closer and solve the puzzles together. Ben starts getting hits, and their team becomes unstoppable. Trish is happy to keep riding the wave of good luck ... until they get to a puzzle they can't solve, with tragic consequences. Can they find the answer to this ultimate puzzle, or will they strike out when it counts the most?Show more
Llama Llama learns to swim in this sweet audiobook based on an episode from the Netflix animated television series. Look out, world--Llama Llama is a TV star! The beloved character, made famous by Anna Dewdney's best-selling picture books, is the star of his own original series, now airing on Netflix. Our episode-based audiobook tells the story of one of the most memorable (and sometimes scary!) milestones: learning to swim! Your little llamas will love relating to their favorite character as he faces new and challenging situations.Show more
Based on an episode of Llama Llama's animated Netflix series, this audiobook is all about one of the most fun activities for little llamas (and kids): camping! Look out, world--Llama Llama is a TV star! The beloved character, made famous by Anna Dewdney's best-selling picture books, is the star of his own original series, now airing on Netflix. In this episode-based audiobook, Llama Llama goes camping for the very first time and learns a valuable lesson: what seems scary can actually be super-duper FUN! Your little llamas will love relating to their favorite character as he faces new and challenging situations.Show more
Join Supertato and the gang for more hilarious supermarket silliness in the bestselling series from picture book superstars, Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet! Meet Supertato! The supermarket superhero with eyes everywhere. It's Sports Day in the supermarket and all the veggies are in training. Everyone has been practising hard and is ready and raring to go. However, a new competitor joins the event, accompanied by The Evil Pea, and is determined to win all the prizes. Things don't seem quite right… but will Supertato be able to foil his nemesis' plan in time? The fabulous character from Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet, the bestselling, award-winning creators of Barry the Fish with Fingers, I Need a Wee and Norman the Slug with the Silly Shell. Perfect for fans of Oi Frog! Praise for Supertato: 'Hilarious... One of the funniest picture books this year - read it and laugh out loud!' Creative Steps Magazine 'Hendra introduces another very silly but irresistible creation in the grand tradition of Barry, Norman, Keith et al.' Bookseller Praise for Norman the Slug with the Silly Shell: 'Lovely glittery illustrations and simple text make this a must for pre-schoolers' The Daily Mail Praise for No-Bot the Robot with No Bottom: 'Fabulously funny and wonderfully warm' Liverpool Echo 'Fans of Barry, Norman and Keith will absolutely adore this new wonderfully eccentric new character' Mumsnet Other titles in the Supertato series: Supertato Supertato: Veggies Assemble Supertato: Evil Pea Rules Supertato: Veggies in the Valley of Doom Supertato: Carnival Catastropea Supertato: Books Are Rubbish (WBD) Supertato Sticker Book Supertato: Bubbly Troubly (coming March 2021) Supertato Sticker Skills (coming May 2021)Show more
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