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The shortest day —Cooper, Susan, author.

"In this seasonal treasure, Newbery Medalist Susan Cooper's beloved poem heralds the winter solstice, illuminated by Caldecott Honoree Carson Ellis's strikingly resonant illustrations. Richly illustrated with a universal...

Ponies on parade —Betancourt, Jeanne.

Ten winners get to design and paint their own life-size pony models for the town's Fall Festival, and Anna's design is likely to win unless Tommy Rand gets his way.

Who loves the dragon? —Schulze, Bianca, author.

In this interactive follow-up to Don't Wake the Dragon, our beloved Dragon is wide-awake and preparing to celebrate one of the kingdom's most important events of the year: the annual Friendship Festival! It's a time for ...

Goth Girl and the sinister symphony —Riddell, Chris, author, illustrator.

Lord Goth is throwing a music festival at Ghastly-Gorm Hall, with performances from the finest composers in the land. Ada can't wait, but it's quite distracting when her grandmother is trying to find her father a fashion...

By the light of the harvest moon —Ziefert, Harriet.

As the fall harvest moon shines on the farm, leaf families gather to celebrate the autumnal equinox.

Werewolf in a winter wonderland —Keene, Carolyn.

The River Heights Winter Carnival is beset with tragic disasters and Nancy can't help but wonder if there is a link between the carnival's trouble and the two wolves missing from the federal wolf preserve.

Autumn festival fun —Gallo, Tina, author.

"It's almost time for the Autumn Festival and Mr. Ping needs Po's help baking thousands of moon cakes! But Po is too busy to help--that is until he discovers his dad has a new girlfriend, who has cooked up a scheme to ru...

LBD : it's a girl thing —Dent, Grace.

Barred by their overprotective parents from attending a rock music festival, fourteen-year-olds Ronnie, Fleur and Claude, also known as "Les Bambinos Dangereuses," decide to stage their own music festival at Blackwell Sc...

The terror of the pink dodo balloons —David, Lawrence.

Little Horace Splattly, alias the Cupcaked Crusader, hopes to become Celernip Prince at the Celernip Festival, keep his best friends, win the love of Sara Willow, cope with his talented scientist sister, and figure out w...

Lilly and the hullabalo —Bellingham, Brenda, 1931-

Lilly must work with her classmates for her Hullabaloo celebration to be a success.

Grandma drove the snowplow —Clark, Katie, 1962-

When a blizzard hits town on the night of the big Carol Sing winter celebration, Grandma must drive a snowplow after her sons get stuck in the snow.

A present for Bob —Milton, Elizabeth, author.

"When Lofty accidentally knocks over the big Christmas tree, Bob and the team must pull together to fix everything in time for the tree lighting ceremony"-- Provided by publisher.

Moon messenger Yue liang tian shi : a family reunion during the mid-autumn festival : a story told in English and Chinese —Wei, Jie (Children's author), author.
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A sweet story that highlights a family's bond, even when they're far apart. In China, the Mid-Autumn festival is a time to celebrate and reunite with family. However, Maomao's father is away on a business trip this year,...

Winter carnival —McFarlane, Brian.

Max and Marty Mitchell are headed to Storm Valley's Winter Carnival when their train derails. After a late arrival Max has to take his uncle's place in the sled dog race.

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