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  • #226007
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    BOOK DESCRIPTION:

    A baby bird goes in search of his mother in this hilarious Beginner Book edited by Dr. Seuss. When a mother bird’s egg starts to jump, she hurries off to make sure she has something for her little one to eat. But as soon as she’s gone, out pops the baby bird. He immediately sets off to find his mother, but not knowing what she looks like makes it a challenge. The little hatchling is determined to find his mother, even after meeting a kitten, a hen, a dog, and a Snort.

    #226008
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    Brody’s fight training, under the tutelage of samurai ghost Kagemura, has toughened his body and honed his senses so finely that Brody can not only communicate with ghosts, but envision how and when someone dies. However, his new skills aren’t quite powerful enough to uncover the whereabouts of the mysterious Penny Murderer. With the help of the ghost Talia, herself hoping to bring the killer to justice, Brody must result to desperate measures to find the killer before he strikes again-and Brody’s received a psychic vision of his ex-girlfriend Nicole in the worst trouble imaginable…

    #226009
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    Chey’s ability to handle diplomatic situations is put to the test by an unexpected visitor to the shores of Latvala. When the visitor makes a startling revelation, it throws the Ahtissari family into a tailspin. Chey learns that holding grudges and abandoning her nemesis in a time of crisis isn’t as easy as it seems, while a sequence of events regarding the King and his bloodline threaten to rip the country apart.

    In an effort to ease the tension, Chey offers to sacrifice the one thing she’s wanted all along: her wedding to the King.

    #226010
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    Adam Martin Swope was driven out of his beloved Chicago by his self-created but ill-advised celebrity status as a “finder.” To avoid the emotional turmoil taking a toll on his psyche, he fled to Cancun, Mexico. Forced back to the United States by the resurgence of his mother’s cancer, he decided to take a job as columnist for the Tweet; the newspaper purchased by his long-time friend Larry Archibald in the small West Virginia town of Canary Corners. He moved into the Canary House, an apartment house reputed to have resident ghosts. His next door neighbor Livinia Blossom told him the story of Canary House and introduced him to her grandniece, Marti, who quickly became his semi-constant companion. What Adam didn’t realize was how soon his investigative and finder skills would be called into play to solve a murder. He was also unaware of how much assistance his dog Bagel, and the clues he provided, would be during the investigation.

    #226011
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    I thought this book would give some good tips on how to stay on track of my writing.

    #226012
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    I got this book to help me learn how to add more humor to my writing.

    #226013
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    At night in a child’s bedroom all the little monsters decide to come out and celebrate. Nighttime is there time to play and they reveal themselves one by one. Each little monster has his personality and purpose, but no matter how scary they may be, it’s important to remember that they are just as scared of you.

    This simple little bedtime story reveals quite a bit about the imagination of a child and the different personalities that they have inside them.

    The monsters certainly seem frightening, but also very familiar which makes it easy for all of us to relate. Even the final monster that is the scariest of them all is really no different than the rest who are just as afraid of us.

    #226014
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    I read this to my kids to see if they were able to say these tongue twisters.

    #226015
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    My kids love for me to read this book to them…truthfully…I can’t blame them…it’s one of my favorites too!

    #226016
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    I thought this could help me develop a new style of drawing.

    #226017
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    I’m using this book as a reference while I work on one of my stories.

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