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the disappearing moon By channel ventry
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How can you explain the death of a child? The disappearing moon doesn't pretend to have the answer - yet tries to soften the harsh reality by using the magic of allegory. Inspired by Yuri Gagarin's... More > epic voyage into space this charming story was originally told in Russia in the 1960's and is now available in English for the first time. Kasha is soon to be seven and believes she's training to be an angel - however when the moon goes missing she abandons her exams, and with the aid of her younger brother she sets out to find the wayward moon. On the way she encounters grumpy guardian angels - upset because they have to wear space suits to protect them from all the pollution on earth - and even the Nevernever man himself. What do you mean, you've never heard of him? Who do you think it is who keeps the stars in place, on the end of those impossibly long invisible poles?< Less
There's a Rabbit in My Backpack By Susan Clymer
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Tom's third grade class has a pet hamster named Squeaks and a tarantula named Hairy. Hopscotch arrives, but the rabbit can't stay forever. Can the students of Room 202 find the rabbit a new home in... More > time? At home, Tom collects racecars and studies ballet. Tom's mother has recently remarried. Life has never been easy for a guy with two teenage sisters, but now he has little brothers, the terrible twosome! ***** Susan Clymer has eleven books published by Scholastic, including three other mysteries in the Animals in Room 202 Quartet: There's a Hamster in My Lunchbox; There's a Tarantula in My Homework; and There's a Frog in My Sleeping Bag. There's a Rabbit in My Backpack is a story about adapting to change for the seven to ten year old reader.< Less
My Books' Bad Day By Vicki Dennis
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Seven year old Eloise loved her book. She recieved the book when she was four years old. Her favorite book had gone on many journeys with her, to school, the park and grandmas house. The journey ends... More > when her book is mishandled by friends, a bad kitty, a playful puppy and her younger brother Edward. The book is run over by a dump truck, falls in a sink filled with soap and water, colored in and even ripped. Despite all her mothers warnings about the book being ruined Eloise shares her book with others and forgets to place the book on the shelf when not reading it. In the end Eloise and her mom try effortlessly to repair the book before they cuddle in the rocking chair and develop a plan to get Eloise a new book for her birthday. My Books Bad Day deals with feelings, responsibility and friends. A must have!< Less
Jewelz the Juggling Cat By Mary Aris
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When seven-year-old Lucy Fletcher discovers a mother cat giving birth to a litter of kittens by an old brick building near her school, she notices the tiniest kitten having trouble shooing his... More > brothers and sisters out of the way to get his share of the milk. Lucy promises to take the kitten home and feed him for the mother cat. But how can she convince her own mother to allow her to keep the kitten? Her mother does not allow Lucy to keep the kitten and together Lucy and her father return the kitten to the mother cat. But to everyone's surprise the kitten returns the next day on Lucy's doorstep. Seeing how happy their daughter is, her parents allow her to keep the kitten. Then they discover that this kitten's got talent!< Less
Jewelz the Juggling Cat By Mary Aris
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When seven-year-old Lucy Fletcher discovers a mother kitten giving birth to a litter of kittens by an old brick building near her school, she notices the tiniest kitten having trouble shooing his... More > brothers and sisters out of the way to get his share of the milk. Lucy promises to take the kitten home and feed him for the mother cat. But how can she convince her own mother to allow her to keep the kitten? Her mother does not allow Lucy to keep the kitten and together Lucy and her father return the kitten to the mother cat. But to everyone's surprise the kitten returns the next day on Lucy's doorstep. Seeing how happy her daughter is, her parents allow her to keep the kitten. Then they discover that this kitten's got talent!< Less
Wordweaver; The Battle For Hollowland By Helen Cardwell
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When young Jinny Burns first thought up the world of Hollowland it was as a means to escape her miserable life. Orphaned and at the mercy of her horrible half-brother, Samuel, Hollowland was a... More > place of sanctuary where she imaged herself to be whenever things at Seven Oaks became unbearable. At least, that was what she thought. Having left Hollowland behind along with her childhood, it is not until years later that Jinny discovers her true identity. She is a Wordweaver, a rare storymaker whose writings actually come to life and that Hollowland is not only real, but she alone can save it from destruction at the hands of the evil Lord Viperian. Together with her allies, Jinny must fight to regain control of her creation and set right the wrongs caused by her absence, but with her wordweaving skills rendered powerless can she find the courage to lead her people into battle and give them all the happy ending they deserve?< Less
LITTLE DENG'S JOURNEY By MARIAK CHUOR
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LITTLE DENG’S JOURNEY is a Dinka story passed down verbally from generation to generation. When I was seven years old, my mother told my brothers and me a story about a young boy named Little... More > Deng who changed lives and made a big difference in his village. The story was very interesting, so fascinating and powerful, that I didn’t forget it twenty years later. It was a story about a sense of family, purpose, character, leadership and determination, pursuing a dream, believing in possibility, personal responsibility, struggle, respect, love, equality, unity, and service. The story of Little Deng focuses on the characteristics of the culture, and customs of Dinka people from which the story originated.< Less
LITTLE DENG'S JOURNEY By MARIAK CHUOR
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LITTLE DENG’S JOURNEY is a Dinka story passed down verbally from generation to generation. When I was seven years old, my mother told my brothers and me a story about a young boy named Little... More > Deng who changed lives and made a big difference in his village. The story was very interesting, so fascinating and powerful, that I didn’t forget it twenty years later. It was a story about a sense of family, purpose, character, leadership and determination, pursuing a dream, believing in possibility, personal responsibility, struggle, respect, love, equality, unity, and service. The story of Little Deng focuses on the characteristics of the culture, and customs of Dinka people from which the story originated.< Less
Joseph - Keeping a Soft Heart in a Hard Place By Kay Harms
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This seven-week women's Bible study on Joseph will help you keep your heart soft, even when you come up against life's hardest circumstances. The verse-by-verse study leads you through Genesis 37-50... More > so that you can learn how Joseph's wounded heart was healed. Joseph was hated and rejected by his jealous brothers, sold into slavery, falsely accused of a heinous crime and unjustly imprisoned for years. But, since he kept his heart soft instead of allowing bitterness and despair to harden it, God healed Joseph's heart. Eventually he emerged from the prison to the palace, where he saved a nation and reunited with his family. Optional teaching videos by the author are available separately at the author's website.< Less
The Mystic Test Book or the Magic of the Cards By Olney H. Richmond
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The publication of this work was, we might say, forced upon us by the demand, before even a page of manuscript was prepared for the press. The demand was caused by members of the Temple, who... More > recognized the necessity of a printed text book, from which they could study the meanings of the cards and their indications under the seven planets. These brothers and sisters naturally wished to perfect themselves in emblem reading as rapidly as possible, and they could not so perfect themselves, without a full and complete set of tables that they could study and refer to at will. The next trouble that arose was the question of expense, as, aside from the printing, engraving, binding, electrotyping and matters of that kind, the author's time was, and is now so valuable that the item far overbalances those mentioned. It was finally decided that the most feasible plan, was to get out enough copies to supply more than our immediate membership and to sell them to outsiders under certain restrictions.< Less

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