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The Berenstain Bears, why do good bears have bad days? —Berenstain, Mike, 1951- author, illustrator.

After Brother and Sister Bear's fishing trip goes from bad to worse, friends tell them God must be punishing them but Mama and Papa explain that God always protects their souls. Includes a word puzzle.

Brady Brady and the most important game —Shaw, Mary, 1965-

Brady Brady and the Icehogs make it to the finals of the Gold Stick Tournament, and learn a valuable lesson.

Fair shares —Goodhart, Pippa, author.

"When Bear and Hare try to reach some juicy pears, they realize they need some help. Hare finds three chairs, but is it fair that Hare has two chairs and Bear only one? When they have the same, Hare still can't reach the...

Princesses, pirates and cowboys —Poth, Karen.

Includes the titles: Princess Petunia's sweet apple pie, Who wants to be a pirate?, and The fairest town in the West.

That's not fair, hare! —Sykes, Julie.

A greedy hare insists on eating more than his share of the cabbages and proposes a race to decide who should have them all, while Muggs the turtle only wants what is fair.

It's so unfair —Thomson, Pat, 1939-

A cat explains to the farm animals why she was swept out of the farmhouse.

A is for Elizabeth —Vail, Rachel, author.

Elizabeth, the second-grade sister of Justin Case, is excited about her first homework assignment but it leads her to start a protest of alphabetical order.-- Provided by Publisher.

Aquaman is fair —Harbo, Christopher L., author.

"Aquaman is open-minded and listens to others. He can communicate with sea animals. Fighting with the other Justice League members, he plays by the rules . He even treats villains like King Shark with fairness. Aquaman i...

Being fair —Nelson, Robin, 1971-

An introduction to being fair at school, at home, and with friends, with specific examples of how to be fair at home and school.

It's not fair —Rosenthal, Amy Krouse.

Assorted children, animals, creatures, and objects all wonder why life is not always fair.

Austin plays fair —Dungy, Tony, author.

Austin loves everything about football except losing, so when Bryce urges the team to tuck their flags so they cannot be taken, Austin agrees although he knows it is wrong.

Кыш Двапортфеля и целая неделя Кыш и я в Крыму Kysh Dvaportfelya i tselaya nedelya Kysh i ya v Krymu —Юз, Алешковский. —Yuz, Aleshkovskiy.

The book includes two stories for children of the famous writer Hughes Aleshkovskii. They tell about the exciting events in the life of the student Lesha Seroglazovo nicknamed Dvaportfelya and his faithful friend Kysha p...

Albert keeps score —Skinner, Daphne.

Albert the mouse wants to make sure that his big sister Wanda never gets more of anything, so he carefully keeps score and learns a lesson about fairness.

Time to play —Ciminera, Siobhan.

When Scooby-Doo was a puppy, he enjoyed playing outdoors with his animal friends. Text contains rebuses.

No fair! —Holtzman, Caren.

Two children play several games of chance trying to figure out what is mathematically fair.

It's not Fairy —Asquith, Ros.

Not believing in the It's Not Fairy, Billy and Mary are shocked when she shows up at their house and wants to bake them and their parents into a fairy cake.

Kisān ba̤t̤tak̲h̲ = Farmer duck [Panjabi and English] —Waddell, Martin.

When a kind and hardworking duck nearly collapses from overwork, while taking care of a farm because the owner is too lazy to do so, the rest of the animals get together and chase the farmer out of town.

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