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275 Results
The too-scary story —Murguia, Bethanie Deeney, author, illustrator.

At bedtime, their father tells Grace and Walter a scary story about two children in a dark forest.

When you trap a tiger —Keller, Tae, author.

When Lily, her sister Sam, and their mother move in with her sick grandmother, Lily traps a tiger and makes a deal with him to heal Halmoni.

It's not Jack and the beanstalk —Funk, Josh, author.

Jack is not fond of the bossy narrator of his fairy tale! When Jack is told to trade his beloved cow Bessie for some magic beans, throw the beans out the window, climb the ENORMOUS beanstalk that sprouts overnight, and s...

The 78-story treehouse —Griffiths, Andy, 1961- author.

Join Andy and Terry in their spectacular new 78-story treehouse. They've added 13 new levels including a drive-through car wash, a combining machine, a scribbletorium, an ALL-BALL sports stadium, Andyland, Terrytown, a h...

Uni's first sleepover —Ransom, Candice F., 1952-

When Uni the unicorn goes to her first sleepover, the other girls are better at every game, but later Uni has the opportunity to share her special talent.

Once upon a dragon's fire —Blue, Beatrice, 1991- author, illustrator.

A little girl befriends a sad, tiny horse, and, with a little magic (and an ice cream cone), helps him fly.

The end (almost) —Benton, Jim.

When Donut the bear is told his story is over and he has to leave, he employs trickery so the story can go on.

I broke my trunk! —Willems, Mo, author.

Gerald the elephant tells his best friend Piggie a long, crazy story about how he broke his trunk.

I am a story —Yaccarino, Dan, author.

"From cave drawings to the invention of the printing press to our digital age, discover how a story has been told in many different ways from the past to today. It's always been around, making us happy, sad, excited, or ...

The forever sky —Peacock, Thomas D., author.

Two young Ojibwe brothers, Niigaanii and Bineshiinh, look to the stars and spin stories, some inspired by Uncle and some of their own making, as they remember their grandmother.

Peacemaker —Bruchac, Joseph, 1942- author.

"A twelve-year-old Iroquois boy rethinks his calling after witnessing the arrival of a mystical figure with a message of peace in this historical novel based on the creation of the Iroquois Confederacy"-- Provided by pub...

The disappearing history —Pearl, Alexa, 1967- author.

"The History Day celebration is coming up in Crystal Cove, and Sasha has to pick her favorite story to read aloud. But when she unrolls the magical fabrics with the flying horse history on them, she discovers that all th...

This & that —Fox, Mem, 1946- author.

In rhyming text Mother mouse tells her child stories at bedtime.

It's a tiger! —LaRochelle, David.

A child imagines that he is in a story where he encounters a tiger at every turn.

The librarian's stories —Falcone, L. M. (Lucy M.), 1951- author.

Returning to her post on a bench in front of the burned-out remains of a beloved library, a dedicated librarian reads out loud from books that have survived until her persistence helps bolster her community's recovery, i...

The prince and the witch and the thief and the bears —Chisholm, Alastair (Children's author), author.

"Jamie wants a bedtime story with a prince and a bear and a witch. And more bears! "Alright," said Dad. "Why not?""-- Page [4] of cover.

Everything sad is untrue : (a true story) —Nayeri, Daniel, author.

"At the front of a middle school classroom in Oklahoma, a boy named Khosrou (whom everyone calls "Daniel") stands, trying to tell a story. His story. But no one believes a word he says. To them he is a dark-skinned, hair...

Eat, Leo! Eat! —Adderson, Caroline, 1963- author.

Leo wants no part of sitting down with his family to eat Nonna's big, delizioso lunch every Sunday. "I'm not hungry," he insists. Not hungry? Hmm. Clever Nonna gets an idea. She'll use a story to lure Leo to her table. T...

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