Introduction To English Literary Studies
Life can be a bit like a roller coaster--you just never know what's around the next bend! The folks in Odyssey, young and old alike, are learning some very important things lately:
The neighbors may think Miss Tizzy quite peculiar, but the children love her. They love her colorful house and her colorful clothes, but most of all they love the special attention she
The newlyweds, Anne and Gilbert, move into their house of dreams where they share joys and sorrows with special neighbors Captain Jim, Leslie Moore and Cornelia. The births of the first children
Ted wishes his grandma were like other kids' grandmas. Instead, she wears jeans, she tells corny jokes, and she likes to play baseball. She also embarrasses him -- all the time!
When you know "the other way to listen," you can hear wildflower seeds burst open, you can hear the rocks murmuring, and the hills singing, and it seems like the most natural
Little Jack Horner, Jack and Jill, and 35 other Mother Goose personalities in inimitable illustrations.
Take cover! The mad, mad, Mad Scientists' Club of Mammoth Falls is back in action. Since the publication of the Bertand Brinley's first book, THE MAD SCIENTISTS' CLUB, strange things have been
Shaded relief topo map covers a large area above Los Angeles Basin. Printed on waterproof and tear proof material.
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
One day in a small California barrio, a scary-looking stranger with an ugly scar on his face arrives. Silence falls on the streets. Normally raucous children stop playing, and their fearful mothers
Illus. in full color. Sneaky pirates give Uncle Willy the old heave-ho--and steal his pie! But Uncle Willy has a plan to foil those Pie Rats, and to make Busytown Bay safe
What if they just stopped? What if in a grand, scruffy stab at corporate disobedience, teenagers en masse simply stopped spending their money on the cynical crap that's relentlessly mainlined to them: