Introduction To English Literary Studies
This collection of 28 fairy tales will delight both children and adults. The colorful illustrations, die-cut shapes, and simple renditions make for hours of reading, fun, and bonding. Una colecci³n de 28
In the children's story, "The Chance Brothers Race the Wildfire" by Trudy C. Hart Bryce and Bryn Chance are riding their ponies on the Oklahoma range when they smell smoke. Realizing they
Emily and Eugene need to cheer up their friend Carruthers. Carruthers is sick, sneezing, and miserable ?? he sure is one hard-to-please patient! When hot tea, throat lozenges, card games, and warm
Illus. in full color. "In Seuss's familiar rhymed couplets and illustrations, the Cat in the Hat shows Young Cat some wonderful stuff about reading with both eyes open."--School Library Journal.
Magical costumes, disappearing stairs and a spooky attic filled with dusty antiques what more could two, adventurous, young girls ask for? Best friends, Cynthia and Gus as she prefers to be
Meredith Ann Pierce's acclaimed novels are the proof of a remarkable imagination. Here is more proofeight shorter works of fiction, from fragment to retold fairy tale to novella, each with a strong
Ms. Frizzle's class is growing a beautiful garden. But, Phoebe's plot is empty. Her flowers are back at her old school! So, the class climbs aboard the Magic School Bus. And, of
Rule #1: There are no rules Just when you think you've got everything figured out for yourself, things get turned upside down. Families change. Lives end. New lives begin. And love sneaks
When a blizzard arrives in the small town, the minister wonders who will come to Christmas Eve service? The reader will be amazed at all who do come: "The starling came/on snowy
Imagine a dragonfly that wants nothing more than to make a friend; a dragonfly that wants nothing more than to see the world through your eyes.
At first glance "Wizard Chase" seems to be a juvenile fantasy in the Harry Potter vein where everything that's interesting happens by magic. But the more its hero learns the more he
An entertaining tale of prejudice and the power of superstition, The Short-Legged Fisher Boy of the Land of Left is a unique coming of age story that will appeal to readers both
"It's easy to imagine a TV sitcom making fun of a character who visits psychics and astrologers and channels Sarah Bernhardt," opines Wendy Kaminer, "but virtually impossible to imagine it laughing at
The delightful story set in Mexico explains why the moon is sometimes out during the day. Jealous of the sun, the moon creates her own fiesta but celebrates a bit too much.