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1447 Results
We dream medicine dreams —Boivin, Lisa, 1970- author, illustrator.

"When a little girl dreams about a bear, her grandfather explains how we connect with the knowledge of our ancestors through dreams. Bear, Hawk, Caribou, and Wolf all have teachings to share to help us live a good life. ...

Rules of summer —Tan, Shaun, author, illustrator.

Two boys explain the occasionally mysterious "rules" they learned over the summer, like never eat the last olive at a party, never ruin a perfect plan, and never give your keys to a stranger.

The tree in me —Luyken, Corinna, author, illustrator.

Through text and illustrations of children reveling in nature, explores the various ways we as human beings are strong, creative, and connected to others.

How to apologize —LaRochelle, David, author.

"Wouldn't the world be a better place if everyone knew how to apologize? Luckily, this humorous guidebook is full of practical tips about when, why, and how to say you're sorry. From a porcupine who accidentally popped h...

My little brave girl —Duff, Hilary, 1987- author.

"A poetic text encourages girls to reach higher, dream bigger, and approach the world with their hearts wide open. This love letter to little girls was inspired by Hilary Duff's own experience as a mother as she consider...

Bizzy Mizz Lizzie —Shannon, David, 1959- author, illustrator.

Mizz Lizzie is the busiest bee in town, and she is determined to win the school spelling contest--but after studying all night she falls asleep during the contest, and when she finally wakes up she realizes that she has ...

Rude cakes —Watkins, Rowboat, 1967- author, illustrator.

A story about a rude cake who never says please or thank you or listens to its parents, and a Giant Cyclops who is polite.

VeggieTales. Madame Blueberry a lesson in thankfulness

The ninth original Veggie Tales video from the award-winning artists at Big Idea Productions, 'Madame Blueberry' teaches kids why God wants us to be thankful for what we have.

Are pirates polite? —Demas, Corinne, author.

In rhyming text, this story demonstrates that even pirates can be polite, and say "please" and "thank you.".

Only one you —Kranz, Linda, 1955- author.

Adri promises to remember his parents' words of wisdom about how to live his life, such as "Find your own way. You don't have to follow the crowd" and "Make wishes on the stars in the nighttime sky."

Zen socks —Muth, Jon J., author.

Stillwater the giant panda and his friends Leo and Molly teach each other about patience, sharing, and compassion.

My mouth is a volcano! —Cook, Julia, 1964-

This book teaches children to manage their thoughts and words without interrupting.

The circles all around us —Montague, Brad, author, illustrator.

The debut picture book from the creator of the viral sensation Kid President is a moving take on how we can create bigger and bigger circles of community and connections as we grow. Brad Montague originally created 'Circ...

Boys r us —Harrison, Lisi.

Massie, hurt that friends have caught the eyes of boys she was interested in, hires actresses to pretend to be her new friends while Claire, who feels somehow responsible, makes a dramatic move to set things right.

Only one you —Kranz, Linda, 1955-

Adri promises to remember his parents' words of wisdom about how to live his life, such as "Find your own way. You don't have to follow the crowd" and "Make wishes on the stars in the nighttime sky."

Ghost Dog the way of the samurai

Jim Jarmusch combines his love for the ice-cool crime dramas with the philosophical dimensions of samurai mythology for an eccentrically postmodern take on the hit-man thriller. In one of his defining roles, Forest Whita...

Lucia Lacorte, poor sport —Jones, Christianne C., author.

Lucia Lacorte's gaming club meets on Fridays, but the truth is the other members are not having fun because, win or lose, Lucia is a very poor sport; a fact that is finally made clear to her when the others stop showing ...

Lala's words —Zhang, Gracey, author, illustrator.

Every day, no matter how hot, Lala carries a pot of water around the corner to a patch of dirt and concrete, waters the tiny weeds sprouting there, and whispers words of encouragement to her plant friends; then, on the h...

Alice, I think —Juby, Susan, 1969-

After her first therapist has a meltdown, fifteen-year-old Alice MacLeod and her new therapist decide that Alice's horizons should be expanded. Enter Alice's Life Goals List. It's time to grow up, act her age, maybe even...

True legend —Lupica, Mike.

Fifteen-year-old Drew "True" Robinson loves being the best point-guard prospect in high school basketball, but learns the consequences of fame through a former player, as well as through the man who expects to be his man...

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