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I Need a New Butt!
A boy suddenly notices a big problem — his butt has a huge crack! So he sets off to find a new one. Will he choose an armor-plated butt? A rocket butt? A robot butt? Find out in a quirky storybook that children and parents will love, no ifs, ands, or butts about it!
"Science fiction and space travel take a sprightly turn," declared Kirkus Reviews of this illustrated tale of a girl who tumbles to Earth from her father's spaceship. The young alien encounters a group of children eager to help her, but the kids will have to defy the unbelieving grown-ups. Years ahead of its time, the book remains a beloved cult classic.
The Arnold Lobel Treasury
Gathered together for the very first time, here are four charming children's stories by the Caldecott Medal–winning illustrator and author: The Bears of the Air, Prince Bertram the Bad, The Great Blueness, and The Man Who Took the Indoors Out. These warm, vibrantly illustrated tales of love, friendship, and discovery offer a winsome combination of humor and subtle moral teachings.
DRACULA (Dover Graphic Novel Classics)
Readers of all ages will be spellbound by this graphic novel version of Bram Stoker's immortal tale, Dracula. The granddaddy of all the modern vampire stories, it offers a gripping journey into the past that recounts a Victorian-era struggle against ancient evil. This easy-to-read edition features original illustrations and a streamlined narrative.
FRANKENSTEIN (Dover Graphic Novel Classics)
Generations of readers have thrilled to the story of a young doctor who dared to play God and the horrible consequences of his experiment. This graphic novel offers an accessible version of Mary Shelley's classic of Gothic horror. Original illustrations, accompanied by abridged narrative and dialogue, bring new life to an enduring tale.
SHERLOCK HOLMES The Hound of the Baskervilles (Dover Graphic Novel Classics)
The intrepid detective and his faithful assistant take on a supernatural challenge in one of Arthur Conan Doyle's most popular mysteries. This abridged graphic novel offers original illustrations and an easy-to-read account of Holmes and Watson's investigation of a family curse and their search for a giant spectral hound that haunts the fog-shrouded moors.
Still Another Alphabet Book: A Colorful Puzzle & Game Book
Praised by The New York Times as "Number one on anybody's list," this enchanting alphabet book also forms a series of puzzles. Terms that identify the imaginative pop art illustrations for everything from airplane to zoo appear as word jumbles at the bottom of each page. Includes solutions. "Don't miss it." — Publishers Weekly.
Still Another Number Book: A Colorful Counting Book
This colorful book takes kids on a journey that introduces numbers and counting. In a style reminiscent of the works of Peter Max, the visual adventure portrays numbers in action, starting with one boat and advancing to ten jugglers. Along the way, the flamboyant graphics in this counting book portray dogs, butterflies, flowers, and other fanciful images.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
No childhood is complete without a trip down the Yellow Brick Road, and this lovely reprint of the original edition of L. Frank Baum's classic will transport young readers and listeners from the plains of Kansas to the shining towers of Oz. Includes 143 illustrations and 23 color plates. A selection of the Common Core State Standards Initiative.
On the night before his birthday, a boy who has longed for a puppy falls asleep pondering the big word he's just learned: TAKECAREOFYOURWISH. A remarkable adventure follows, involving the limitless nature of wishing and responsibility. Written by a noted teacher and poet, this fanciful tale is illustrated with inventive, dreamlike drawings.
The Snow Queen
Storyteller Hans Christian Andersen is famed for his heartwarming tales of enduring love and persistence in the face of adversity. Remarkable full-color images by Golden Age illustrator Edmund Dulac enhance Andersen's fairy tale of a girl's unshakable determination to rescue her kidnapped friend. This classic inspired the Disney animated film Frozen.
Reynard the Fox and Other Fables
Adapted from Jean de La Fontaine's classic fables, these 18 stories recount the adventures of a wily trickster and other animals. Striking color images enhance charming interpretations of "The Tortoise and the Hare," "Jocko the Monkey and Mouser the Cat," "The City Mouse and the Country Mouse," and other timeless tales.
Slovenly Kate and Other Stories: From the Struwwelpeter Library
Meet Slovenly Kate, Envious Tom, Tell-Tale Jenny, and other disagreeable characters in this comic collection of cautionary tales. Originally published in 1874 as part of the Struwwelpeter series, these stories recount the horrible but humorous fates of naughty children. Includes a wealth of additional rhymes and fables, plus delightful illustrations by Theodor Hosemann.
Raggedy Ann Stories
This facsimile reproduction of the original 1918 edition presents a heartwarming collection of stories about the lovable doll Raggedy Ann and her many toy friends. Charming color illustrations enhance tales of love, respect, and friendship among the playthings as they lead a secret life when no one else is looking.