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Children's Books for Spring
Compiled by Sally Lodge -- 2/14/00

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(Sterling, dist.)
Animal ABC
by David Wojtowycz ($10.95) is an alphabet book featuring various critters. (2-5)
Hickory Dickory Dock
by Patricia Sechi-Johnson and Tania Hurt-Newton ($6.95) includes a mouse puppet that kids can attach to a Velcro patch at the end of the story. (3-5)
Mary Had a Little Lamb
by Linda Jennings and Tania Hurt-Newton ($6.95). Mary's lamb searches for her. (3-5)
One Spinning Spider
by Sally Crabtree and John Wallace ($10.95). A spider visits friends in this counting tale. (3-6)
Paperback Reprint
Toby's Doll's House
by Regnhild Scamell and Adrian Reynolds ($6.95, 3-6).
Akiko on the Planet Smoo
by Mark Crilley ($12.95). A fourth grader is whisked away to another planet. (All ages)
Just Like Mike
by Gail Herman, illus. by Meryle Treatner ($13.95). Michael feels as though he must live up to a big name when his mother marries a Mr. Jordan. (5-8)
Circle of Three: Tale of Nine Charms Trilogy: Book One
by Erica Farber and John Sansevere ($15.95). Three youngsters use charms to combat evil. (8-12)
Be First in the Universe
by Stephanie Spinner and Terry Bisson ($14.95). When they discover a bizarre rental store, Tod and his twin sister hope to find something that will help them deal with evil twins. (8-12)
The Cookie Company
by Ross Venokur ($14.95). A mysterious food delivery person appears at unlucky Alex's door. (8-12)
Gib and the Gray Ghost
by Zilpha Keatley Snyder ($15.95) is a sequel to Gib Rides Home. (8-12)
In the Quiet
by Adrienne Ross ($14.95). Can Samantha's aunt help her feel close to her recently deceased mother? (8-12)
Cherokee Sister
by Debbie Dadey ($14.95) recounts two girls' journey along the Trail of Tears. (8-12)
What Janie Found
by Caroline B. Cooney ($15.95). In this final story about Janie, the girl discovers something that can destroy her family. (12-up)
145th Street Stories
by Walter Dean Myers ($15.95) collects stories set on a single block in Harlem. (12-up)
Locked Inside
by Nancy Werlin ($15.95). A lonely teen meets a rogue on an Internet adventure. (12-up)
Kit's Wilderness
by David Almond ($15.95). Two boys search coal mines for the ghosts of their ancestors. (12-up)
The Likes of Me
by Randall Beth Platt ($15.95). A runaway's unusual appearance brings her fame in an amusement park sideshow. (14-up)
A Dance for Three
by Louise Plummer ($15.95) centers on a girl who becomes pregnant at the age of 15. (14-up)
Colonial Williamsburg Young Americans
welcomes Ann's Story: 1747 and Caesar's Story: 1759 by Joan Lowery Nixon ($9.95 each, 7-11).
Paperback Reprints
Looking Back: A Book of Memories
by Lois Lowry ($12.95, all ages); and North Star to Freedom: The Story of the Underground Railroad by Gena Gorrell ($11.95, 10-up).

Paperback Series
Back to Sherwood
debuts with Into the Woods and The Trouble with Brenan by Lara Bergen ($3.99 each, 10-up).
Paperback Reprints
Daughter of the Sea
by Berlie Doherty ($4.99, 10-up); The Squire's Tale by Gerald Morris and A Door Near Here by Heather Quarles ($4.50 each, 12-up); For Mike by Shelley Sykes and Snake Dreamer byPriscilla Galloway ($4.99 each, 12-up); Her s by Robert Cormier ($5.50, 12-up); and Breaking Boxes by A.M. Jenkins and The Killer's Cousin by Nancy Werlin ($4.99 each, 14-up).

Paperback Reprints
What Is the Full Moon Full Of?
by Shulamith Levey Oppenheim ($6.99, 4-8); and Bad Guys: True Stories of Legendary Gunslingers by Andrew Glass ($6.99, 8-12).

Paperback Series
Pee Wee Scouts
marches on with A Big Box of Memories by Judy Delton, illus. by Alan Tiegreen ($3.99, 6-9).
Paperback Reprints
Nate the Great and Me: The Case of the Fleeing Fang
by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat, illus. by Marc Simont ($4.50, 6-9). Annie Bananie and the Pain Sisters by Leah Komaiko, illus. by Abby Carter ($3.99, 7-11); Orphan Train Children: Aggie's Home by Joan Lowery Nixon ($4.50, 7-11); The Amazing Frecktacle by Ross Venokur ($3.99, 8-12); Wander by Susan Hart Lindquist ($4.50, 8-12); Junebug and the Reverend by Alice Mead, Smart Dog by Vivian Vande Velde and In Care of Cassie Tucker by Ivy Ruckman ($4.50 each, 9-12); Trouble's Daughter: The Story of Susanna Hutchinson, Indian Captive by Katherine Kirkpatrick ($4.99, 10-14); My Louisiana Sky by Kimberly Willis Holt and Child of the May by Theresa Tomlinson ($4.99 each, 10-up); and North by Night: A Story of the Underground Railroad by Katherine Ayres and Flying Solo by Ralph Fletcher ($4.50 each, 10-up).

Big Sister, Little Sister
by Marci Curtis ($12.99). Verse and photos celebrate sisterhood. (All ages)
Lima Beans Would Be Illegal: Children's Ideas of a Perfect World
by Robert Bender ($12) presents kids' responses to a range of queries. (All ages)
The House That Jack Built
by Jeanette Winter ($13.99). A rebus tale about the visitors to Jack's house. (3-6)
Scarlette Beane
by Karen Wallace, illus. by Jon Berkeley ($15.99). Scarlette plants a garden with her magical green fingers. (3-7)
Dirt on Their Skirts: The Story of the Young Women Who Won the World Championship
by Doreen Rappaport and Lyndall Callan, illus. by E.B. Lewis ($16.99), recalls the 1946 baseball championship game between the Racine Belles and theRockford Peaches. (4-8)
Kitty Riddles
by Katy Hall and Lisa Eisenberg, illus. by R.W. Alley ($13.99), offers cat puns and jokes. (4-8)
Daughter's Day Blues
by Laura Pegram, illus. by Cornelius Van Wright and Ying-Hwa Hu ($15.99). A girl's mother decides to celebrate Daughter's Day. (4-8)
With a Dog Like That, A Kid Like Me...
by Michael J. Rosen, illus. by Ted Rand ($15.99), pays tribute to the bond between kids and dogs. (4-8)
Dinosaurs Forever
by William Wise, illus. by Lynn Munsinger ($15.99), presents p ms featuring dinosaurs. (4-8)
The Bravest of Us All
by Marsha Diane Arnold, illus. by Brad Sneed ($15.99). Who will be the bravest when a tornado touches down? (4-9)
You Can't Take a Balloon into the National Gallery
by Jacqueline Preiss Weitzman, illus. by Robin Preiss Glasser ($16.99), is a sequel to You Can't Take a Balloon into the Metropolitan Museum. (5-up)
Pushing Up the Sky: Seven Native American Plays for Children
by Joseph Bruchac, illus. by Teresa Flavin ($17.99), offers plays for kids to perform. (6-10)
When Mack Came Back
by Brad Strickland ($15.99). A boy urges his father to let him keep a wounded dog. (8-12)
Visiting Miss Caples
by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel ($16.99). Jenna learns she has much in common with an elderly woman. (10-up)
The Girls
by Amy Goldman Koss ($16.99). A ringleader tests the loyalty of her friends. (10-up)
Playing Solitaire
by Nancy Antle ($16.99). Ellie, who lives with her aunt, knows that her father is out there--somewhere. (12-up)

Little Lee Lee
introduces Little Lee Lee's Birthday Bang by Molly Dingles, illus. by Aimee Bingler ($9.99, 2-7). And Paulie & Sasha adds The Conflict by Judy Masseo Zocchi, illus. by Don Vannozzi ($15.95, 6-9).

Family of Tiggers
by Victoria Saxon, illus. by Josie Yee ($12.99). Tigger daydreams about his family tree in this tie-in to The Tigger Movie. (All ages)
Dinosaur: Aladar's Story
($12.99) ties into this animated film. (All ages)
Disney's Ten Minute Crafts for Preschoolers
by Laura Torres, photos by Peter Fox ($14.99), presents instructions for simple crafts. (2-5)
Disney's Animal Stories
($15.99) collects 19 tales featuring Disney characters. (5-10)
Dinosaur Joke Book
by Justine and Ron Fontes ($4.99) collects jokes about dinos. (7-10)
My Very First Winnie the Pooh
adds Pooh's Favorite Things About Spring by Kathleen Z hfeld, illus. by Elisa Marruchi ($12.99, 2-5). And My Very First Simba Stories include Not So Fast! and Cave Secret byEllen Weiss, illus. by Robbin Cuddy ($12.99 each, 3-7).
Dinosaur: I'll Show You
($3.99) offers an introduction to the world of dinosaurs. (5-7)
Tigger's Family Tree
by Isabel Gaines ($3.99). Tigger searches for his family in this movie tie-in. (5-8)
Dinosaur: The Long Journey
by Dona Smith ($3.99) is a tale based on the film. (7-9)
The Onliest Tigger
, adapted by Leslie Goldman ($4.99), includes stills from this movie. (7-10)
Dinosaur: Junior Novel
by Scott Sorrentino ($4.99) is a novelization of this film. (8-12)
Paperback Series

New Winnie the Pooh First Readers by Isabel Gaines are World's Best Mama, illus. by Mark Marderosian and Fred Marvin; and Pooh's Graduation, illus. by Orlando de la Paz ($3.99 each, 5-8). Disney's Doug: TheFunnie Mysteries starts up with Invasion of the Judy Snatchers by Dennis Garvey and Tommy Nichols, The Case of the Baffling Beast by Ron and Justine Fontes and True Graffiti by Kimberly and Danny Campbell ($4.99 each, 8-12). And so weird debuts with Family Reunion by Cathy Dubowski, Sacrifice by Paul Mantell and Escape by Liz Marraffino ($4.99 each, 8-12).
Paperback Series Reprints
My Very First Winnie the Pooh
reprints Don't Talk to Strangers, Pooh! and Pooh's Bad Dream by Kathleen Z hfeld, illus. by Robbin Cuddy ($4.99 each, 2-5).


New to Disney's Storybook Archives are Sleeping Beauty and Noah's Ark ($14.99 each, 5-7).
Dinosaur: An Animated Flip Book
($3.99) presents scenes from this film. (All ages)
Tigger's Family
($4.99) is a rhyming introduction to Tigger's friends. (1-up)
Disney's To School and Beyond
($11.99) collects stories starring characters from Disney movies. (2-5)
Dinosaur: ALIVE!
($9.99) features pull-out pages. (2-6)
Dinosaur: A Giant Lift-the-Flap Book
($11.99) includes more than 50 flaps to lift. (3-7)
Dinosaur Trading Card Book
($7.99) ties into this film. (5-9)
Disney's Friendly Tales
greets Happy Easter, Pooh! and Congratulations, Pooh! ($6.99 each, all ages) Learn and Grow with Winnie the Pooh offers Knock, Knock! It's Pooh and Pooh G s Fast and Slow ($6.99 each, infant-up); Winnie the Pooh's Feelings and Winnie the Pooh's Senses ($4.99 each, 1-up); Winnie the Pooh's Bedtime Hummables by Amy Edgar, illus. by Gus Alavezos ($7.99, 18 mos.-up); and Winnie the Pooh's School Days Friendship Box ($9.99, 2-5). Disney's Read-Aloud Storybooks adds The Tigger Movie by Ellen Titlebaum, Dinosaur and The Fox and the Hound ($6.99 each, 3-7). And new Rolie Polie Olie books by William Joyce are Where's Spot?, Hug Me, Tight! and A Little Spot of Color ($4.99 each, 5-7).
Barbie ABC Book
($12.95) is an alphabet book starring Barbie. (3-7)
Barbie Fun-to-Make Activity Book
($9.95) collects 25 activities. (3-7)
Disney Dinosaur: The Essential Guide
($14.95) ties into this new film. (4-12)
Dorling Kindersley Big Book of Rescue Vehicles
($14.95) features photos of 15 rescue machines. (5-10)
Dorling Kindersley Children's Illustrated Bible
($12.95) rounds up more than 100 biblical tales. (6-12) Dorling Kindersley Guide to Dinosaurs ($19.95) is an illustrated compendium. (6-12)
Dorling Kindersley Merriam-Webster Children's Dictionary
($17.95) includes 32,000 definitions and 3,000 photos. (8-12)
Russell Ash's Factastic Book of Comparisons
by Russell Ash ($9.95) offers facts and comparisons of a range of topics. (8-up)
New NFL Board Books
are Colors and Touch & Feel ($6.95 each, infant-5). Scratch & Sniff adds Shopping and Party; and Touch & Feel gains ABC, 1,2,3, Animal Colors and Shapes ($6.95 each, 1-4). Kitten and Puppy join Animal Board Books; and Dinosaur Board Books welcomes Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops, Corythosaurus and Stegosaurus ($6.95 each, 2-7). New My First titles are My First Bible Board Bookand My First Phonics Board Book ($6.95 each, 2-7); My First Farm Book ($16.95, 2-7); and My First Number Sticker Book ($6.95 paper, 3-7). And Dorling Kindersley Games introduces My First Alphabet Game, My First Picture Domin s, My First Number Pairs and My First Picture Pairs ($7.95 each, 3-7); and Around the World, Math Puzzles, Silly Sentences and Space Race ($8.95 each, 3-7).
Dorling Kindersley Readers
continue with Big Machines and Wild Baby Animals by Karen Wallace ($12.95 each, paper $3.95, 4-6); Winking, Blinking, Wiggling & Waggling by Brian Moses and Astronaut Living in Space by Kate Hayden ($12.95 each, paper $3.95, 5-7); Bermuda Triangle by Andrew Donkin and Tiger Tales by Deborah Chancellor ($12.95 each, paper $3.95, 6-8); and Extreme Machines by Christopher Maynard and Flying Ace: The Story of Amelia Earhart by Angela Bull ($12.95 each, paper $3.95, 7-9). New Dorling Kindersley LEGO Readers are Trouble at the Bridge by Marie Birkinshaw ($12.95, paper $3.95, 4-6); Castle Under Attack by Nicola Baxter ($12.95, paper $3.95, 6-7); Baxter's Mission to the Arctic ($12.95, paper $3.95, 8-9); and Race for Survival by Birkinshaw ($12.95, paper $3.95, 9-10). And joining Dorling Kindersley Classic Readers are Aladdin, adapted by Rosalind Kerven, illus. by Nilesh Mistry; and Heidi by Johanna Spyri, adapted by Lucy Coats, illus. by Pamela Venus ($12.95 each, paper $3.95, 7-8); and Black Beauty by AnnaSewell, adapted by Caryn Jenner, illus. by Victor Ambrus; and Robin Hood, adapted by Angela Bull, illus. by Nick Harris ($12.95 each, paper $3.95, 7-9).
Dorling Kindersley Classics
adds Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift, adapted by James Dunbar, illus. by Martin Hargraves; and The Odyssey by Homer, adapted by Adrian Mitchell, illus. by Stuart Robertson($14.95 each, 7-up). New Dorling Kindersley Eyewitness Books are Baseball by James Kelley, produced in association with Major League Baseball; Earth; Ecology; Electricity; Electronics; Energy; Evolution; Impressionism; Medicine; Perspective; Renaissance; Time & Space; Watercolor; Hurricane and Tornado; Soccer; and Presidents, produced inassociation with the Smithsonian Institution ($15.95 each, 8-12). And Dorling Kindersley Superguides continue with Ballet by Patricia Linton, Basketball by Brian Coleman, Gymnastics by Joan Jackman, Ice Skating byPeter Morrissey, Martial Arts by David Mitchell, Soccer by Gary Lineker, Swimming by Rick Cross and Tennis ($9.95 each, 8-12).
Barbie: The Ultimate Barbie International Dolls Sticker Book
and Barbie: The Ultimate Fun with Sports Sticker Book ($6.95) each include more than 60 stickers. (3-7)
Disney Dinosaur Ultimate Sticker Book
($6.95) is based on the film. (4-12)
Walking with Dinosaurs: 3D Dinosaurs
($9.95) includes 3-D glasses. (6-12)
Walking with Dinosaurs: Sticker Book
and Walking with Dinosaurs: Photo Journal ($6.95 each) offer dino stickers; and photos. (6-12)
Star Wars: The Power of Myth
($12.95) examines the myths behind the Star Wars saga. (10-up)
Paperback Series

New Dorling Kindersley Bible Sticker Activity Books are Jonah and the Big Fish and The Story of Joseph ($5.95 each, 2-7). Dorling Kindersley Read and Listen introduces Illustrated Book of Ballet Stories byBarbara Newman, illus. by Gil Thomblin; Black Beauty by Anna Sewell, illus. by Victor Ambrus; Robin Hood, adapted by Neil Philip, illus. by Nick Harris; Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, adapted by Naia Bray-Moffat; A First Bible Story Book, retold by Mary Hoffman, illus. by Julie Downing; and Playtime Riddles, illus. by Priscilla Lamont ($7.95 each, 3-up). The Numberlies debuts with 10 titles by David and Jacqui Collins ($3.25 each, 3-up). And Kids' Travel Guides moves on to New York and London ($7.95 each, 6-12).
Paperback Reprints
, photos by Kim Taylor and Jane Burton; and The Snake Book ($7.95 each, 6-10).
Paperback Series Reprints
DK Toddlers
reprints Baby Loves, Caterpillar's Wish, I'm Too Busy, Panda Big and Panda Small, The Pig Who Wished and Ball! ($5.95 each, 1-4). New Mighty Machines are Big Rig, Fire Truck, Truck, Tractor, Race Car and Airplane ($5.95 each, 5-8). Look Closer reprints are Cave Life, Coral Reef, Shore Line and Swamp Life ($7.95 each, 6-10). And Dorling Kindersley Concise Encyclopedias adds Human Body, Earth, Nature and Science ($9.95 each, 10-14).

Counting Kids
by Kim Golding ($9.95) is a counting book with photo collages. (2-5)
I Feel Happy and Sad and Angry and Glad
by Mary Murphy ($9.95) offers a tale of two dogs' changeable emotions. (2-5)
Up the Mountain
by Charlotte Agell ($14.95) is a sequel to To the Island. (2-5)
The Boy Who Lost His Belly Button
by Jeanne Willis, illus. by Tony Ross ($14.95). A boy searches the jungle for his missing bellybutton. (3-6)
Down the Winding Road
by Angela Johnson, illus. by Shane Evans ($15.95), tells of a family reunion in the country. (3-6)
Lizzy & Skunk
by Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick ($14.95). Lizzy must be brave when Skunk gets lost. (3-6)
Aloha, Dolores
by Barbara Samuels ($15.95). Will Dolores's cat win her a trip to Hawaii? (3-7)
Ring! Yo?
by Chris Raschka ($15.95) recounts a boy's phone conversation. (4-7)
Comes a Wind
by Linda Arms White, illus. by Tom Curry ($15.95). Two brothers try to outdo each other. (4-8)
Yard Sale!
by Mitra Modarressi ($15.95). Unexpected things happen to the merchandise at a yard sale. (4-8)
Yoshi's Feast
by Kimiko Kajikawa, illus. by Yumi Heo ($15.95). Neighbors learn to resolve their differences. (4-8)
A Book of Promises
by Elizabeth Laird, illus. by Michael Frith ($15.95), centers on promises parents make to their children. (5-8)
Dinosaurs at the Ends of the Earth: The Story of the Central Asiatic Expeditions
by Brian Floca ($15.95) tracks expeditions across Mongolia's Gobi Desert in 1922 and 1923. (5-8)
Duncan's Way
by Ian Wallace ($15.95). The cod have disappeared from the coast of Newfoundland, where Duncan's family has fished for generations. (5-8)
Hannah and the Whistling Teakettle
by Mindy Warshaw Skolsky, illus. by Diane Palmisciano ($15.95). When robbers appear, the teakettle that Hannah gave her grandmother saves the day. (5-8)
One Lucky Girl
by George Ella Lyon, illus. by Irene Trivas ($15.95). A tornado delivers Nick's sister to safety. (5-8)
Waiting to Sing
by Howard Kaplan, illus. by Hervé Blondon ($15.95). A love of music helps to connect a grieving family. (5-8)
by Judith Heide Gilliland, illus. by Holly Meade ($16.95), recounts the life of Blanche Leathers, the first female steamboat captain. (6-9)
Jake's Orphan
by Peggy Brooke ($16.95) tells of a boy living on the wild North Dakota prairie in 1926. (10-14)
Small Change
by Marc Talbert ($16.95). In this adventure tale, Tom meets a local boy while visiting Mexico. (11-14)
Being with Henry
by Martha Brooks ($17.95). A teenage outcast and a grieving old man come together. (12-up)
Life is Funny
by E.R. Frank ($17.95) focuses on 11 characters of various ethnic backgrounds living in Brooklyn. (12-up)
Paperback Reprints
Counting on the Woods
by George Ella Lyon, photos by Ann Olson; Greetings, Sun by Phillis and David Gershator, illus. by Synthia Saint James; and Hello T s, Hello Feet by Ann Whitford Paul, illus. by NadineBernard Westcott ($5.95 each, 2-7); The Clever Cowboy by Angela McAllister, illus. by Katherine Lodge ($5.95, 4-7); Boss of the Plains by Laurie Carlson, illus. by Holly Meade ($5.95, 4-10); Last Licks by CariBest, illus. by Diane Palmisciano ($5.95, 6-up); Chuck Close, Up Close by Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordan and Circus by Linda Granfield ($10.95 each, 8-12); and No More Strangers Now by Anne Blackshaw,photos by Tim McKee ($11.95, 10-up).


New to the Tickle series are Washington Takes a Nap and Washington and the Shampoo Job by Dominique Jolin ($4.95 each, 6 mos.-up). The Maki series adds I Love to Play, I Love to Walk, I Love to Kiss You and I Love to Travel by Fabienne Michot and Doris Brasset ($5.95 each, 6 mos.-up).
Paperback Series
Little Wolf Books
offers Bamboo at the Beach by Lucie Papineau, illus. by Dominique Jolin; Felicio'sIncredible Invention by Mireille Villeneuve, illus. by Anne Villeneuve; and A Kiss for Peter by Christiane Duchesne, illus. by Mylène Pratt ($5.95 each, 6-up).

What D s the Rabbit Say?
by Jacque Hall, illus. by Reg Cartwright ($15.95). This tale asks two children what sound their silent pet makes. (2-6)
Hide-and-Seek Puppies
by Roy Volkmann ($9.95). Puppies learn a new game. (2-up)
Snow Day
by Daniel Peddle ($12.95). A child builds a snowman in this wordless picture book. (3-up)
Ph be and the River Flute
by M.C. Helldorfer, illus. by Paul Hess ($15.95). Will Ph be ever be able to venture beyond the royal garden's high walls? (5-8)

The Russian Fairy Book
by Nathan Haskell Doyle ($4.95) collects seven tales. (6-up)
The Princess Nobody: A Tale of Fairyland
by Richard Doyle and Andrew Lang ($9.95) presents a story set in the world of elves and fairies. (6-up)
Beginners Book of Wildflowers
by Dot Barlowe and Beginning Birdwatcher's Book by Sy Barlowe ($4.95 each) are record books with stickers. (6-up)
Life in a Bucket of Soil
by Alvin and Virginia Silverstein ($3.95) introduces tiny creatures that live in soil. (8-up)
Glinda of Oz
by L. Frank Baum ($8.95). Two tribes quarrel in the Land of Oz. (8-up)
How to Draw Dogs
by Barbara Soloff Levy ($2.50) shows how to draw 30 breeds. (8-up)
Paperback Series

New Little Activity Books include Bugs Activity Book by Winky Adam, Happy Faces Stickers by Robbie Stillerman, Fun with Construction Trucks Stencils by A.G. Smith and Learning About the Solar System by Bruce LaFontaine ($1 each, 2-up). Among the additions to the Paper Doll series are The Little Mermaid and Other Fairy Tale Paper Dolls by Yuko Green ($3.95, 3-up); and Three Antique Dolls Paper Dolls by Brenda Sneathen Mattox and British Fashion Designers Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney ($4.95 each, 5-up). Sticker Picture Books adds Make Your Own Jewish Sticker Calendar by Cathy Beylon, Old Time Christmas VillageSticker Advent Calendar by Darcy May, Santa's Sticker Advent Calendar by Marty Noble and Map of Africa Sticker Picture by Pat Stewart ($4.95 each, 5-up). And new Dover Juvenile Classics are Little Women byLouisa May Alcott ($3, 8-up); The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling ($2, 8-up); and Robin Hood by J. Walker McSpadden, Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery, The Railway Children by E. Nesbit and Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson ($2.50 each, 8-up).


The Orphan Seal
by Fran Hodgkins, illus. by Dawn Peterson ($9.95). Workers at the New England Aquarium rescue an abandoned harbor seal pup. (4-10)
Paperback Reprints
Tom&acte;s and the Library Lady
by Pat Mora, illus. by Raúl Colón; The Tiny, Tiny Boy and the Big, Big Cow by Nancy Van Laan, illus. by Marjorie Priceman; Ferryboat Ride! by Anne Rockwell, illus. by Maggie Smith; and Me and My Family Tree by Joan Sweeney, illus. by Annette Cable ($6.99 each, 5-8).

Chicken Run: Meet Rocky and Ginger
($4.99) is a board book based on this film set on Tweedy farm. (2-5)
Chicken Run: Rocky to the Rescue
($9.99). This board book features die-cut holes and finger puppets. (3-5)
Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado, Classic Ed.
by Ellen Weiss, illus. by Bob Krogle ($7.99), retells the plot of this film. (4-9)
Chicken Run, Classic Ed.
by Lawrence David ($6.99) includes stills from this movie. (4-9)
Chicken Run: Farm-Fresh, Grade-A, Extra-Large Fun Book
($7.99) offers information about and tips from this movie's characters. (All ages)
Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado“Adventure Activity Book
($7.99) includes a tattoo sheet. (5-8)
Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado”Altivo's Adventure
by Sue Kassirer ($4.99) is a chapter book focusing on Cortes's horse. (7-10)
Chicken Run: Cracked Up Joke Book
($3.99) is a joke collection based on this movie. (7-10)
Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado, Junior Novelization
, adapted from the screenplay by Peter Lerangis ($4.99), includes scenes from the film. (10-14)
Chicken Run, Junior Novelization
by Ellen Weiss ($4.99) re-creates the story of this movie. (10-14)
Chicken Run: Chicken Pies for the Soul
by Jay Forman ($6.99). Characters from the film star in this spoof of the Chicken Soup books. (10-up)

The Quest for the Ruby Ring
by Yvonne MacGrory, illus. by Terry Myler ($8.95). A ring transports Emma back in time to Ireland. (8-12)
Best Friends Again
by Pauline Devine, illus. by Terry Myler ($8.95). An Irish girl and her horse learn a lesson. (8-12)
Maeve and the Long Arm Folly
by Mary Arrigan, illus. by Terry Myler ($8.95). A girl befriends an Aboriginal boy. (8-12)

Holly Pond Hill: A Child's Book of Prayers
, illus. by Susan Wheeler ($9.99), is a board book collection of prayers. (All ages)
The Magic Hill
by A.A. Milne, illus. by Isabel Bodor Brown ($14.99). Flowers grow wherever a princess walks. (All ages)
My Daughter, My Son, The Eagle, The Dove
by Ana Castillo, illus. by S. Guevara ($12.99). Aztec chants inspired this tribute to parents and children. (All ages)
Vini-Der-Pu: A Yiddish Version of Winnie-the-Pooh
by A.A. Milne, trans. by Leonard Wolf, illus. by Ernest H. Shepard ($18.99), translates this classic into Yiddish. (All ages)
Daisy's Babies
by Lisa Kopper ($12.99) is a tale about this bull terrier and her three pups. (2-4)
What's for Dinner?
by Ann Garrett and Gene-Michael Higney, illus. by Stephanie Peterson ($9.99). This large-format flap book reveals animals' favorite foods. (2-5)
Picture This...
by Alison Jay ($15.99) is an illustrated word book. (2-5)
Kiss It Better
by Hiawyn Oram, illus. by Frederic Joos ($12.99). Little Bear comforts Big Bear. (2-6)
Have You Got My Purr?
by Judy West, illus. by Tim Warnes ($15.99). A kitten searches for her lost purr. (2-7)
Dilly-Dally and the Nine Secrets
by Elizabeth MacDonald, illus. by Ken Brown ($15.99), is an animal counting book. (3-7)
Red's Great Chase
by Simone Lia ($14.99). A monster from Red's cellar chases her into outer space. (3-7)
Small Brown Dog's Bad Remembering Day
by Mike Gibbie, illus. by Barbara Nascimbeni ($15.99). When a pooch misplaces his collar, he can't remember who he is. (3-7)
Squeaking of Art: The Mice Go to the Museum
by Monica Wellington ($15.99). Ten mice discuss what they see at an art gallery. (3-8)
Alfred's Party: A Collection of Picture Puzzles
by David Ellwand ($15.99). Alfred searches for things he will need for his party. (3-8)
The Song of Six Birds
by Rene Deetlefs, illus. by Lyn Gilbert ($15.99). A South African girl fills her new flute with the sounds of birds. (3-9)
Princess Chamomile's Garden
by Hiawyn Oram, illus. by Susan Varley ($15.99). A plucky mouse princess designs her own garden. (3-9)
Tucker Off His Rocker!
by Leslie McGuirk ($9.99) follows Tucker's adventures on a summer day. (3-up)
Good Night, Good Knight
by Shelley Moore Thomas, illus. by Jennifer Plecas ($13.99). A patient knight meets the bedtime demands of three wee dragons. (4-7)
I Hate Weddings
by P.J. Petersen, illus. by Lynne Cravath ($15.99). Dan from I Hate Company has a new complaint. (7-10)
JoJo and Winnie Again: More Sister Stories
by Marilyn Sachs, illus. by Meredith Johnson ($14.99), compiles eight tales of these siblings. (7-10)
Bartleby of the Mighty Mississippi
by Phyllis Shalant ($15.99). A turtle searches for his river home. (8-11)
Earthly Astonishments
by Marthe Jocelyn ($15.99). In 1883, the smallest girl in the world finds fame and wealth. (8-12)
Dogs Have the Strangest Friends & Other True Stories of Animal Feelings
by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, illus. by Shirley Felts ($19.99), collects 15 tales about animals' emotions. (8-12)
Tall Tales: Six Amazing Basketball Dreams
by Charles Smith Jr. ($15.99) presents stories about street basketball. (8-up)
Rookie: A First Year in the WNBA
by Joan Anderson, photos by Michelle Agins ($16.99, paper $7.99), tracks Tamika Whitmore's debut year playing pro baseball. (9-13)
Hold My Hand and Run
by Margaret McAllister ($14.99). In 17th-century England, two sisters run away from an abusive aunt. (10-14)
Don't Tell Anyone
by Peg Kehret ($15.99). Megan plans her escape after an ex-con kidnaps her. (10-up)
Anne Frank: A Hidden Life
by Mirjam Pressler ($15.99). This portrait of Frank is informed by recently discovered entries of her diary. (11-up)
It's a Woman's World: A Century of Women's Voices in P try
, edited by Neil Philip ($17.99), collects p ms by 55 20th-century women. (11-up)
Sitting Bull and His World
by Albert Marrin ($25.99) is a biography of this Plains Indian leader. (11-up)
Wolf Tower
by Tanith Lee ($15.99). In this fantasty, an orphaned teen serves as handmaiden to cruel royal families. (11-up)

Added to the Winnie-the-Pooh Collection are Pooh's Great Big Word Book ($11.99, 2-6); Pooh Giant Shaped Board Books: Eeyore and Piglet ($7.99 each, 2-up); Winnie-the-Pooh's Shapes and Colors Sticker Storybook and Winnie-the-Pooh's Telling Time Sticker Storybook ($5.99 each, 3-5); Tigger's Giant Lift-the-Flap Book ($9.99, 3-7); and Pooh's Little Book of Feng Shui ($9.99, 12-up).

Watch Me Grow
presents Bunny, Chick, Kitten and Puppy ($3.49 each, 4-8).
Paperback Series

New to 3-D Series are 3-D Sharks and 3-D Dinosaurs ($7.99 each, 4-8). Insects and Spiders and Planets join Glow-in-the-Dark Space Sticker Books ($5.99 each, 6-up). And Wise Guides adds Bloodthirsty Pirates, Dangerous Dinosaurs, Spies and Detectives and Terror Under the Sea ($3.49 each, 7-up).

Cinderella Bunny and Snow White Lamb
, illus. by Jan Lewis ($6.99 each), give familiar tales animal heroines. (3-6)
Paperback Series

Minerva Louise & Her Farmyard Friends
by Janet Morgan St ke is a new Sticker Storybook ($4.99, 3-5).

Words of Gold: A Treasury of the Bible's P try and Wisdom
, edited by Lois Rock, illus. by Sarah Young ($18), collects biblical verse. (All ages)
Henry's Song
by Kathryn Cave, illus. by Sue Hendra ($16). The other forest creatures try to stop Henry's singing. (3-8)
Easter Story
by Brian Wildsmith ($18) recounts the story of this holiday. (4-up)
If Nathan Were Here
by Mary Bahr, illus. by Karen Jerome ($16). After his best friend dies, a boy finds comfort in his memories of their friendship. (5-10)
Mariana and the Merchild
by Caroline Pitcher, illus. by Jackie Morris ($17), is a Chilean folktale about a woman's love for a merchild. (5-up)
Saint Ciaran: The Tale of a Saint of Ireland
by Gary Schmidt, illus. by Todd Doney ($18), retells the legend of this saint. (7-up)
Paperback Reprint
New Friends, True Friends, Stuck-like-glue Friends
by Virginia Kroll, illus. by Rose Rosely ($7.50, 3-6).

Old Steam Train Kid Kit
($16.95) packages The Old Steam Train with a toy train. (3-up)
Papier-Mâché Kid Kit
($14.95) offers a copy of Papier-Mâché and craft materials. (8-12)
Touchy-Feely Board Books
debuts with That's Not My Puppy ($7.95, 9 mos.-up).The Very First Words series starts up with Very First Words by Jo Litchfield ($6.95, 9 mos.-up). Find the Duck by Phil Roxbee Cox joins Find It Board Books ($3.95, 9 mos.-up). Farmyard Tales Readers continues with Dolly & the Train ($4.95 paper, 3-up) and The Train ($12.95, 3-up) by Heather Amery. Easy Reading adds Runaway Orange, Birthday Surprise and Missing Cat ($13.95 each, paper $5.95, 3-up). The Farmyard Tales Storybook series gains Farmyard Tales Storybook by Heather Amery ($19.95, 3-up). Joining the Greek Myths for Young Children series is Greek Myths for Young Children by Heather Amery ($18.95, 4-up). Tales of Robin Hood by Anna Claybourne launches the Tales of Robin Hood series ($19.95, 8-up). Mystery Files is a new Puzzle Adventure Kit by Phil Roxbee Cox ($15.95, 9-up). And the Art Ideas series offers Art Ideas by Fiona Watt ($18.95, 10-up).
Paperback Series
Baby's World
gains Potty Time by Fiona Watt and Rachel Wells ($4.95, 18 mos.-up). Lift-the-Flap Learner adds On the Farm by Alastair Smith ($8.95, 3-up). Fat Cat on a Mat by Phil Roxbee Cox joins Easy Wordsto Read ($7.95 paper, 3-up). New Sticker Learning Books are Time and Words to Write by Lisa Miles ($6.95 each, 3-up). I Can Draw People by Ray Gibson is a new Playtime title ($4.95, 3-up). First Encyclopedia introduces First Encyclopedia of Our World by Felicity Brooks and First Encyclopedia of Animals by Paul Dowswell ($9.95 each, 4-up). Joining Then and Now Flip Flaps are Homes and Houses and Travel and Transport by Alastair Smith ($7.95 each, 4-up). Picture Puzzles gains Great Car Rally by Rosie Heywood and Brenda Shaw ($6.95, 5-up). And new Computer Guides are Starting Computers by Susan Meredith ($9.95, 5-up); E-Mail for Beginners by Mark Wallace and Homework on Your Computer by Asha Kalbag and Jonathan Sheikh-Miller ($9.95 each, 10-up); and Windows 98 by Anna Milbourne ($10.95 each, 10-up).
Learn to Play
continues with Learn Songwriting by Caroline and Nigel Hooper ($9.95, 6-up). First Book of the Piano by Eileen O'Brien joins First Music ($14.95, 6-up). The Spy's Guidebook series welcomes Spy's Guidebook by Lesley Sims ($9.95, with CD-ROM encoder $12.95, 8-up). Ghosts & Hauntings by Anna Claybourne launches the Ghosts & Hauntings series ($13.95, 8-up). The Encyclopedia series adds Children's Encyclopedia by Jane Elliott ($14.95, 8-12); Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece by Lisa Miles and Struan Reid ($19.95 hardcover, 9-up); and Encyclopedia of Planet Earth by Anna Claybourne, Gillian Doherty and Rebecca Treays ($21.95 hardcover, 9-up). New to Paranormal Guides are Book of the Paranormal by Doherty, Claybourne, Gill Harvey and Philippa Wingate ($16.95, 9-up). Hair & Makeup by Wingate and Felicity Everett is a new Fashion Guide($10.95, 11-up). And Time Tours offers A Visitor's Guide to Ancient Rome by Lesley Sims ($9.95, 12-up).

Why? A Book of Simple Answers to Impossible Questions
by Moira Butterfield ($17.95) includes real and imaginative answers to queries. (3-up)
Stories Told by Mother Teresa
, compiled by Edward le Joly and Jaya Chaliha, illus. by Allan Drummond ($15.95), collects tales based on Mother Teresa's daily work in Calcutta. (4-up)
Give a Little Love: Stories of Love and Friendship
by Angie Sage, illus. by Valeria Petrone ($18.95), is a story collection. (4-up)
Mr. Dream Merchant
by Erroll Bailey ($15.95) relays a tale aimed at teenagers faced with choices. (12-up)
Bear Hugs: True Life Stories of Animal Pals!
by Kate Tym ($4.95) presents stories of animal loyalty. (8-up)
Love N' Kisses
by Lavinia Hart ($8.95). A kit for boy-watching girls. (8-up)
It's a Wild Life! Living with Animals
by Vicky Allen ($4.95) collects accounts of animal-human interaction. (8-up)
It's a Bug's World! A Directory of Awesome Insects
by Paul Wray ($4.95) offers facts about bugs. (8-up)
Burp! Gross Jokes and Awesome Body Tricks
by Ben Spoon ($3.95) compiles jokes and trivia. (8-up)
Girl to Girl: Sports and You! The Real Deal on Being Fit and Having Fun
($4.95) and Girl to Girl: Friends and You! The Real Deal on Making Friends ($5.95) by Anne Driscoll address becoming involved in sports and making friends. (8-up)
The Ultimate Sleepover Party Book
by Debra Mostow Zakarin ($5.95) offers tips on food, decorating and games. (8-up)
Totally Secret! Every Girl's Guide to Keeping and Sharing Secrets!
by Caroline Plaisted ($4.95) includes advice on keeping a journal and sending secret messages. (8-up)
The Ultimate Summer Camp Guide
by Devra Newberger Speregen ($5.95) rounds up information about camp. (8-up)
It's My Room! Great Ideas for Decorating (and Organizing) Your Space!
by Sasha Sui ($8.95) presents decorating suggestions. (8-up)
Extreme Survival Missions: Real Life Expeditions, Fantasy Survival Missions, Basic Survival Skills
by Rory Storm ($4.95) is a sequel to Extreme Survival Guide! (8-up)
Teachers, Parents, Exams... Another Bad Hair Day!
by Nancy Scott Cameron ($5.95) is a guide to dealing with stress. (8-up)
Love Lines: Every Girl's Guide to First Love
by Caroline Plaisted ($5.95) includes advice and stories. (10-up)

Why Not?
by Mary Wormell ($15) relays a tale of feline mischief. (2-6)
Around My Room
by William Jay Smith, illus. by Erik Blegvad ($16), is a p try collection. (2-6)
Harry's Home
by Catherine and Laurence Anholt ($16). A city boy discovers the pleasures of country living. (3-6)
Gotta Go! Gotta Go!
by Sam Swope, illus. by Sue Riddle ($12), tracks the journey of a Monarch butterfly. (3-7)
Big Mama
by Tony Crunk, illus. by Margot Apple ($16). A grandmother opens her home and heart to young neighbors. (3-7)
Papa's Song
by Kate McMullan, illus. by Jim McMullan ($15), is a bedtime story focusing on new fathers. (3-7)
Me and My Cat?
by Satoshi Kitamura ($16). A boy and a cat exchange lives for a day. (4-8)
Naty's Parade
by Gina Freschet ($16) visits a Mexican fiesta. (4-8)
The Lion's Share
by Chris Conover ($16). Prince Leo discovers a new treasure: books. (4-8)
Billy and Emma
by Alice Mead, illus. by Christy Hale ($16). Two macaws share an adventure. (4-8)
Ling Cho and His Three Friends
by V.J. Pacilio, illus. by Scott Cook ($16), presents a tale of wisdom. (5-up)
by Brock Cole ($16). Three sisters find husbands while searching for buttons for their father's britches. (5-up)
The Man Who Caught Fish
by Walter Lyon Krudop ($16). A poor stranger instructs a king. (5-up)
Appearing Tonight
! Mary Heather Elizabeth Livingstone by Olivier Dunrea ($15). A disgruntled child star finds a way to quit the theater. (5-8)
Elvis Lives! And Other Anagrams
by Jon Agee ($15) compiles anagrams. (6-up)
Brooklyn, Bugsy, and Me
by Lynea Bowdish, illus. by Nancy Carpenter ($15). A boy adjusts to a new home and an elderly relative. (7-11)
by Colby Rodowsky ($16). A girl hides from unpleasant truths. (10-14)
by Melvin Burgess ($16). During hunting season, a boy tries to save an endangered animal. (10-14)
Scotty and the Gypsy Bandit
by David Winkler ($16) presents a story about the boy next door. (10-up)
Smiling for Strangers
by Gaye Hiçyilmaz ($16). A girl starts a new life after escaping from war-torn Sarajevo. (10-up)
The Fool Reversed
by Susan Whitcher ($16) introduces a teenager in today's fast-paced world. (12-up)


Night Lights
by Steven Schnur, illus. by Stacey Schuett ($16), is a counting book. (3-up)
My First Garden
by Tomek Bogacki ($16). An artist revisits his childhood home. (5-up)
Gloria's Way
by Ann Cameron, illus. by Lis Toft ($15), collects six stories about Julian's and Huey's sidekick. (6-9)
Charlie's Run
by Valerie Hobbs ($16). A boy encounters more than he expects when he runs away from home. (10-up)
Shiva's Fire
by Suzanne Fisher Staples ($17). A girl who is a talented dancer also has extraordinary powers. (12-up)
Title in Spanish
La procesión de Naty
(Naty's Parade) by Gina Freschet ($16, 4-8).

Tea for Ten
by Lena Anderson, illus. by Elisabeth Kallick Dyssegaard ($14), is a counting book for toddlers. (1-3)
Here Comes Pontus!
by Ann-Sofie Jeppson, trans. by Frances Corry, illus. by Catarina Kruusval ($14). A mischievous pony introduces the world of horses to readers. (4-7)
Andrei's Search
by Barbro Lindren, trans. by Elisabeth Kallick Dyssegaard, illus. by Eva Eriksson ($14), tells of two street urchins in St. Petersburg. (4-7)

Paperback Reprints
The Gardener
by Sarah Stewart, illus. by David Small ($5.95, all ages); The Puddle by David McPhail ($4.95, 2-5); Wagons West! by Roy Gerrard ($5.95, 4-8); Gus and Grandpa Ride the Train by Claudia Mills,illus. by Catherine Stock ($4.95, 6-8); The Old Meadow by George Selden, illus. by Garth Williams ($5.95, 8-up); and Tuck Everlasting: The 25th Anniversary Edition by Natalie Babbitt ($4.95, 10-up).

I Want to Be
introduces I Want to Be a Doctor, I Want to Be a Police Officer and I Want to Be a Vet by Dan Liebman ($14.95 each, paper $3.99, 4-7). And Shakespeare Can Be Fun! stages Hamlet for Kids by LoisBurdett ($8.95, paper $19.95, paper $8.95, 7-up)
Soccer Skills for Young Players
by Ted Buxton ($14.95) offers instruction on this sport. (8-16)
Play Golf for Juniors: The Academy of Golf at PGA National
by Mike Adams and T.J. Tomasi ($19.95) collects tips for young duffers. (10-17)

Into My Mother's Arms
by Sharon Jennings, illus. by Ruth Ohi ($14.95), reveals the caring relationship between a mother and daughter. (3-5)
Chicken Cat
by Stephanie Simpson McLellan, illus. by Sean Cassidy ($14.95). An old hen cares for an orphaned kitten. (3-6)
Chestnut Dreams
by Halina Below ($14.95). A girl and her grandmother discover a horse chestnut tree. (4-6)
Mina's Spring of Colors
by Rachna Gilmore ($7.95). A girl participates in Holi, a Hindu festival. (9-12)
Lost in Spain
by John Wilson ($9.95) tells of a teen who becomes involves in the dangers of the Spanish Civil War. (12-up)
Paperback Series
First Flight
soars on with Alice and the Birthday Giant by John Green, illus. by Maryann Kovalski; and Ellen's Terrible TV Troubles by Rachna Gilmore, illus. by John Mardon ($3.95 each, 6-8); and Bright Paddles by Mary Alice Downie, illus. by Marti Springett; and So Long Stinky Queen by Frieda Wishinsky, illus. by Linda Hendry ($3.95 each, 8-up).

Split Ends
by Nick Sharrat ($12.99). Readers flip sections of pages to create various hairstyles. (All ages)
Blue Rabbit and Friends
by Christopher Wormell ($14.99). Animal friends switch houses. (3-7)
The Secret of the Stones
by Robert D. San Souci, illus. by James Ransome ($16.99). A couple's household chores are mysteriously completed after they find two white stones. (4-8)
The Twelve Princesses
by Gordon Fitchett ($15.99). Dancing ducks star in this remake of the classic tale. (4-8)
Zelda in the City
by Ken Wilson-Max ($18.99). A map, postcard and 3-D glasses help readers share in Zelda's adventures. (5-up)
Starring Grace
by Mary Hoffman, illus. by Caroline Binch ($13.99), chronicles the summer activities of a group of pals. (7-11)

Hannah's Winter of Hope
by Jean Van Leeuwen, illus. by Donna Diamond, joins the Pioneer Daughters series ($13.99, 7-10).

Hands Are Not for Hitting
by Martine Agassi, illus. by Marieka Heinlen ($9.95), shows what kids can do with their hands instead of using them for hitting. (2-6)
Stress Can Really Get on Your Nerves!
by Trevor Romain and Elizabeth Verdick, illus. by Romain ($9.95), offers tips on handing stress. (8-13)
Teens on Trial: 20 Teens Who Challenged the Law”and Changed Your Life
by Judge Thomas Jacobs ($14.95) outlines the cases of teens who took their grievances to the Supreme Court. (12-up)
The Struggle to Be Strong
by Al Desetta and Sybil Wollin ($14.95) introduces 30 teenagers who have turned tough times into personal triumphs. (13-up)
Highs! Over 150 Ways to Feel Really, REALLY Good... Without Alcohol or Other Drugs
by Alex Packer, illus. by Jeff Tolbert ($14.95), is a guide to finding peace and excitement safely. (13-up)

A Day, A Dog
by Gabrielle Vincent ($16.95). A boy takes in an abandoned dog. (All ages)
Hornet's Nest
by Bart M yaert, trans. by David Colmer ($15.95). A teenager is determined to allay the resentment and fear of those around her. (12-up)
Myrtle of Willendorf
by Rebecca O'Connell ($15.95) centers on an artistic girl battling an eating disorder. (12-up)
Paper Trail
by Barbara Snow Gilbert ($16.95). Walker's father investigates the paramilitary group that killed the boy's mother. (12-up)

The Power of Un
by Nancy Etchemendy ($14.95). A boy must alter events to stop an accident and save his sister. (8-12)
The Shadowed Unicorn
by Sheila Kay Welch ($15.95). Twin brothers watch their sister become obsessed with a fantasy world. (10-14)
How I Survived My Summer Vacation”And Lived to Write the Story
by Robin Friedman ($15.95) reveals a teenage boy's misadventures. (12-up)
John Riley's Daughter
by Kezi Matthews ($15.95). A girl tries to fit into her unusual southern family. (12-up)

Carnival of the Animals
by Philip de Vos, illus. by Piet Grobler ($16.95), collects 14 p ms. (All ages)

You Are What You...: The Untied Sh lace and Other Revealing P ms
by Alexander Jenny, illus. by Jenn Maynard ($16.95) collects p ms exploring what makes us who we are. (7-12)

Talking Pages
presents Don't Make a Sound and Sounds of Music by Mary Packard ($11 each, 3-up). Talking Pages Plus introduces 123, ABC, Same and Different and Once Upon a Rhyme ($12.95each, 3-up). And World Champion Wresting Talking Pages enters the ring with Sting, Goldberg, Hollywood Hogan and Signature Moves ($11 each, 6-up).

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