Margaret and MargaritaMargarita Y MargaretMargaret speaks English but not Spanish. Margarita speaks Spanish but not English. Can they still play? Of course they can! Join two robust girls who aren’t about to let anything spoil their fun.
The popular Black-and-White board book series continues with a Spanish language version of Black on White, in which black photographs are reproduced on a striking white background, providing a strong contrast that will catch the eye of the youngest child. For children under two.
Here in all their majesty and magic are some of the myths about the gods and goddesses worshiped in ancient Greece and, later, Rome. This is a superbly retold collection illustrated with charm and wit, a book for readers of all ages to read, reread, and treasure. Full color.
An illustrated collection of fourteen of the world’s folktales, each beginning with a riddle that must be solved, will delight puzzle-solvers everywhere.
A plucky Mexican girl tries to recover her dream from the Dream Stealer, who takes her to his castle where countless dreams and even more adventures await.
In three magical stories, Chair Person finds being a chair easier than being a person, Angus Flint is a visitor who refuses to leave, and four grannies come to care for Emily and Erg.
Strange things begin to happen at Hexwood Farm as Ann Staveley watches person after person vanish into the old farmhouse and never reappear, but when she investigates, she discovers that the strangeness is spreading. By the author of Witch Week.
Eleven-year-old Mia refuses to believe that her parents are not coming back after they are reported lost at sea. In 1962, Mia’s parents suddenly disappear while sailing off the coast of Greece. Mia and her two sisters are returned to the United States to the custody of her aunt they barely know. Mia wishes for […]
Escaping the Warsaw Ghetto to a life of danger and freedom as a partisan in the forest of Parczew, fourteen-year-old Misha Edelman learns a harsh lesson about survival that parallels the story of the mythical phoenix.
Creak, crack, creak, crack. There’s a mysterious noise in the house, but Katie and James and their little dog, Harry, are too busy cooking up something delicious to notice. Crash! Bash! Crash! Bash! Everyone heard that noise! What could it be? Katie and James and their little dog, Harry, are happy to share their snacks […]