21 Results
21 Results
The Easter story —Heyer, Carol, 1950-

A biography of Jesus Christ, focusing on the events of Palm Sunday, the Last Supper, the crucifixion, and the resurrection.

Dinosaurs! : strange and wonderful —Pringle, Laurence P.

Dramatic, accurate illustrations accompany basic facts about dinosaurs.

Once upon a cool motorcycle dude —O'Malley, Kevin, 1961-

Cooperatively writing a fairy tale for school, a girl imagines a beautiful princess whose beloved ponies are being stolen by a giant, and a boy conjures up the muscular biker who will guard the last pony in exchange for ...

The First Easter —Heyer, Carol, 1950-

The story of Jesus telling why we celebrate Easter.

Robin Hood —Heyer, Carol, 1950-

Recounts the life and adventures of Robin Hood, who, with his band of followers, lived in Sherwood Forest as an outlaw dedicated to fighting tyranny.

Once upon a royal superbaby —O'Malley, Kevin, 1961-

Cooperatively writing a story for school, a girl imagines a king and queen who have a baby named Sweet Piper who can talk to birds, while a boy names the baby Sweet Viper and gives him super-strength, cool wrestling move...

I got a "D" in salami —Winkler, Henry, 1945-

Antics ensue after Hank throws his report card into a meat grinder.

Humphrey's first Christmas —Heyer, Carol, 1950-

A camel, grumbling about losing his favorite blanket then having to carry a heavy load, meets a special newborn baby who fills him with love, joy, and generosity.

The Christmas story —Heyer, Carol, 1950-

Presents the story of Jesus and Christmas and encourages readers to learn the spiritual meaning of holiday gift-giving.

The gift of the Magi —Henry, O., 1862-1910.

A simplified version of the well-known tale in which a husband and wife sacrifice treasured possessions so that they may buy each other Christmas presents.

Rapunzel

A beautiful girl with extraordinarily long golden hair is imprisoned in a lonely tower by a witch.

Excalibur —Heyer, Carol, 1950-

King Arthur loses his sword in battle with the Black Knight and receives a new one, Excalibur, from the Lady of the Lake.

A Christmas carol —Kennedy, Pamela, 1946-

A simplified retelling of how the miserly Scrooge learns the true meaning of Christmas when three ghostly visitors review his past and foretell his future.

The first Christmas —Heyer, Carol, 1950-

Relates the story of Jesus Christ's birth and infancy and touches on the rest of his life, explaining how his life and death are the real reason for celebrating Christmas.

The little shepherd's Christmas —Heyer, Carol, 1950-

A young shepherd tending sheep for the first time in the fields outside of Bethlehem is blessed to witness the birth of Jesus.

The first Christmas —Heyer, Carol, 1950-

Relates the story of Jesus Christ's birth and infancy and touches on the rest of his life, explaining how his life and death are the real reason for celebrating Christmas.

Here come the brides —Jackson, Ellen, 1943-

Describes the customs and traditions connected with weddings all over the world.

Black Beauty

Presents an adaptation of the classic tale in which a nineteenth-century English horse tells his life story, one filled with many experiences and masters, both good and bad.

The Christmas story —Heyer, Carol, 1950-

Presents the story of Jesus and Christmas and encourages readers to learn the spiritual meaning of holiday gift-giving.

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