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It might look like a pebble from the beach, but Eliza knows this is an egg. And one night when she hears cracking, she discovers the Stone Bird. It might still look like a stone to her mom, but Eliza knows it's alive. Step into the magical world of one child's imagination in this stunning debut by exciting new author Jenny McCartney, illustrated by luminary of children's books Patrick Benson.
People have been telling stories since the beginning of time--sharing them from one generation to the next. In the Stone Circle Stories: Culture and Folktales series, readers will recognize some of their favourite stories growing up and discover new ones from different cultures. Books include mature, complex themes at a low readability to engage struggling readers.
Pod lives in the Stone Age and finds that he often has a cold bottom! So he invents underpants! Unfortunately his choice of material is not always practical. Will he find something that is both warm and flexible, so he can play with his friends?
They say that if you hold a seashell to your ear, you will hear the sea. Is it true? A child who walks on the beach tries it out . . . and discovers a whole world inside.
Stories of the Night is a modern fairytale storybook set in the magical illustrations of Kitty Crowther, celebrated worldwide for her children's books, and beautifully written in collaboration with Swedish master Ulf Stark.
In this series, friendly, story-driven text follows characters with character. Charming art illustrates different character traits in action through the stories of diverse characters navigating the tricky business of being a kid.
Take a look at the world?s weirdest stories--stories too strange to be made up! Written with a high interest level to appeal to a more mature audience and a lower level of complexity with clear visuals to help struggling readers along. Considerate text includes tons of fascinating information and wild facts that will hold the readers? interest, allowing for successful mastery and comprehension.
Stubby was a brave soldier, a loyal friend . . . and a dog. From an army training camp to the trenches in France, this is the incredible true story of Sergeant Stubby, the dog who served bravely in World War I-sniffing out gas attacks, catching spies, and winning the hearts of his fellow soldiers.
Ordinary American teens discover that they belong to the royal family of the European country Evonia. Each teen must decide how to deal with the perks and pitfalls that come with royal status.
Fragments of damaged and rescued Torahs from several periods of history are woven together in this touching tale of four generations of a Torah scribe and his family.