Book List:69 titles
  • Award-winning author Marilyn Singer opens up an entire world of imagination in only twenty-four rhyming words in this Pre-Level 1 Ready-to-Read about how animals eat!Come see animals of all different kinds enjoy a picnic in this delightful story that...


  • Award-winning author Marilyn Singer opens up an entire world of imagination in only twenty-four rhyming words in this Pre-Level 1 Ready-to-Read about how animals move! Come see animals of all different kinds hurry to their very special destination...


  • Tallulah heads out into a winter wonderland to go ice skating and finds out that having fun is sometimes more important than being the best, in this new, snowy addition to the popular Tallulah series. Tallulah is an accomplished ballerina, but she...


  • In many places around the globe, the new year starts on January 1. But not everywhere! Chinese New Year is celebrated in January or February. Iranians observe Nowruz in March. For Thai people, Songkran occurs in April. Ethiopians greet the new year a...


  • People will tell you that all little Miss Muffet wanted was to sit quietly and eat her curds and whey. They’ll insist that she was so scared of a spider, she ran away from it, and that’s where her story ends. Well, those people are wrong! Miss Mu...


  • What can you do with a banana? You can grip it, unzip it, squeeze it, freeze it -- you can even play it like a flute! With a little imagination and a sense of humor, you can transform it into anything! Turn the ordinary into the extraordinary with t...


  • What can you do with an apple? You can pick it, kick it, wash it, squash it -- but don’t forget to eat it. This charming new series will show readers how to find magic and joy in the beauty of everyday life....


  • It’s summer, and Tallulah is excited about going to dance camp. She’ll get to take plenty of ballet classes. She’ll have to take tap, too, and she’s NOT excited about that. She’s never taken tap before, so she’ll be a beginning beginner. ...


  • Sadie is all set for her family’s rustic camping trip -- she’s packed her favorite patent leather shoes, ballerina skirt, and other stylish accessories in her sparkly suitcase -- everything a girl needs in order to have an adventure! Especially w...






  • It’s Christmastime, and Tallulah finally gets what she’s been wishing for -- a part in a real ballet, a professional production of The Nutcracker. She’s only a mouse, but she works as hard as if she had been cast as the Sugar Plum Fairy. On ...


  • Why can't a white kid sit with the black kids in the cafeteria? What happens when a biracial girl from Trinidad falls for a guy from a very different culture? How does a teen deal with being the only Palestinian boy or the only Japanese gir...


  • Once upon a time, Mirror Mirror, a brilliant book of fairy tale themed reversos -- a poetic form in which the poem is presented forward and then backward -- became a smashing success. Now a second book is here with more witty double takes on well-lov...


  • This is The Boy Who Cried Wolf like you've never seen it before: with tentacles, wigs, and a secret code language that kids can decipher. Larry the Liar must help these friendly extra-terrestrials refuel their ship so they can get back home. But will...


  • This colorful, young read-aloud about all things canine is doggone fun. Woof! Sit. Stay. Roll Over. But, dogs can do so much more than that! Sledding. Shedding. Inspecting. Protecting. Paddling laps. Dancing? Perhaps! Be it a working dog or a pla...


  • Tallulah just knew she could be a great ballerina, if only she had a tutu. So she starts ballet class. When she does not receive a tutu, she quits. But everywhere she goes, things keep reminding her of ballet. Her neighbor’s basset hound always sta...


  • Do animals celebrate Valentine's Day? Nobody knows for sure. But this funny (and punny) little book imagines how some of them declare their love, affection, or friendship any day of the year."Nice to Meetcha! You smell delish!/Wanna share my water di...



  • What’s brewing when two favorites -- poetry and fairy tales -- are turned (literally) on their heads? It’s a revolutionary recipe: an infectious new genre of poetry and a lovably modern take on classic stories. First, read the poems forward (h...



  • A fun day-in-the-life of a school bus and his road-hugging buddiesGet ready for a rip-roaring, rhyming ride that celebrates all things drivin' with a special spotlight on a kid's four-wheeled best buddy--his school bus! When you're a kid, your school...



  • Ice cream truck jing-a-linging Nine phones ringing, ten horns beeping In the stroller Baby's sleeping.Will anything wake up that snoozing baby? Follow the red stroller through the cacophony of the city and find out! Rhythm, rhyme, and lots of noisy o...


  • Here is a picture book perfectly suited to tool-crazy youngsters. Marilyn Singer's short, snappy verses invite young readers to participate in the building of a clubhouse, from drawing a plan to brushing paint on the walls. In addition to the poem, t...



  • A thought provoking approach to a current culture of readily available plastic surgery, makeovers and underlying obsession with beauty, 11 stories delve into the theory, truth, and even occasional humorous side to fascination with reinventing oneself...


  • What kind of a makeover has the power to change a person, inside and out? These stories, specially written for this collection, delve into our culture’s fascination with beauty and present different views about all kinds of makeovers. Sometimes fun...


  • On the first Saturday of June everyone on Berkeley Place is turning out to eat corn bread and cookies, to dance to the drumbeat, to play in the street, to have the best block party ever. Everyone except Lola. She’s too angry at her friends Yasmin a...


  • This collection of twenty-six poems features some of the creepiest, funniest, most bizarre, and fascinating creatures from myth, legend, and popular culture. Marilyn Singer has written more than sixty books for children and young adults, including Mo...


  • Didi’s in a hurry to take her father to the best place on earth—to the Brooklyn Promenade! Will she see dogs out for a walk? Will she hear a trumpet tune? One thing’s for sure, there are plenty of surprises in store for Didi and Daddy as they s...






  • Solomom Yanish uncovers his family ties to a celestial circus in this quirky middle grade novel.Solly heard a noise coming from his closet. This time it wasn't a rattling. It was a small, spongy noise, like a balloon bobbing. Cautiously he opened the...


  • An anthology of stories for teenagers explores the topics of religion, belief, and spirituality by award-winning authors, including M. E. Kerr, Kyoko Mori, Jacqueline Woodson, and Virginia Euwer Wolff....


  • On the same day in March...Polar bears ride on Artic ice.People in French cafes turn up their faces to the sun. Hailstones roll over Indian hillsides. Rain makes a river in Kenya.On the same day that it's icy cold in the Artic, it's foggy in Louisian...



  • After she overhears her parents' concerns about the family finances, second-grader Josie, who is about to become a big sister again, decides to pitch in her money making ideas with very funny results....


  • An outstanding collection of short stories written by eleven popular authors varies in content but produces the same message: that young women deserve recognition and have much to say about their futures....


  • What has one of the most feared rear ends in the animal kingdom? Why are baboon bottoms red? How does a chicken lay an egg? These are just a few of the intriguing questions that are answered in this informative picture book about the incredible thing...


  • Unwanted by her own mother and forced to live with her cold grandmother, Deal McCarthy drowns her sorrows by stealing other girl's boyfriends, but the influence of an awkward boy and a ghost will help her break with her unhealthy habits. Reprint....


  • Combining sleepy verse with calming images, a collection of poems feature the dreams of the bedded-down Morgan family, and children can witness the secret fears and wishes by each member, from Baby Kevin to Daisy the dog....





  • While practicing at making love potions, Rosie, the daughter of a witch who owns a magic shop in Los Angeles, accidentally releases a mischievous imp, who ends up in the hands of two delighted siblings on Christmas Day...


  • A whimsical look at a family reunion presents a kaleidoscopic portrait of the colorful characters who make the gathering an ever-changing, entertaining experience--from fastidious Aunt Alicia to bug-lover young Max, to fun-loving Uncle Steve....




  • Wheel must overcome his sense of competition with Topper, the new kid in town with the big house and pool who has been stealing all his friends, if he wants to put on a great Fourth of July celebration....


  • When it′s 9 P.M. in Brooklyn, it′s 10 P.M. in Puerto Rico, and midnight on the mid-atlantic. Far from the vroom of New York traffic, the Puerto Rican night is filled with conga music, sweet rice, and fruit ice. In India, villagers begin their mor...










  • Seventeen-year-old Storm, lonely, lost, and going nowhere, is drawn to a gentle older woman who possesses unusual powers, and as love develops between them, Storm experiences the beginnings of confidence, suffering, and a promise of a new start to hi...




  • Summoned to her heroic quest by a cobra named Naja, Miranda, her invisible, cat-like friend Bastable, a rat named Rattus, an immortal bird, and a boy named Iron Dog, travel from world to world in pursuit of Charmer, an evil villain...


  • Right in the middle of their hard work at winning the best hoax in school contest, Sam and Dave Bean are sidetracked by exchange student Dardanella--who may be the girl of Dave's dreams, or an accomplished jewel thief...


  • Jessica dreams of a flying horse, then finds an old tapestry with the power to summon up her dream horse, on which she flies away through time and space to fulfill her destiny in a distant, war-torn land....



  • Sixteen-year-old football star Bart Hawkins seeks a way to rid his house of a nasty poltergeist without losing the nine friendly ghosts also haunting it, in return for which they agree to help him win the championship game....








    • 1982
    • / General Fiction
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    Was having a tarantula for a pet really so much to ask for? YES! Tarantulas. What would anyone like about these creatures with hairy legs and fat, fuzzy bodies? Well, Lizzie can't understand how anyone doesn't like them. After all, a tarantula won...



    • 1978
    • / General Fiction
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    • / General Fiction
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