This book bridges the gap between picture books and chapter books and is best to read out loud at a relaxed speed. Paul uses rhythm and rhyme to tell a story of family, home, adventure, and treasure. Paul’s sister, Anna, has a dragon as a friend who once said, “Paul’s words feel as good in my mouth as a chocolate cookie after I plop worms on top,” (worms being one of the dragon’s favorite foods.) This book is full of colorful, intriguing pictures so we can watch Paul and Anna on Treasure Day #4. They start in their own backyard but end in a new secret place their parents have never seen or knew anything about. All on their own they find a hidden round room with caves.
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An Easy-As-Pie chapter book collection. Three Tilly and Torg books all in 1 place!
Tilly and Torg – Up In The Air: When Tilly and Torg are invited to a party at Auntie Glo’s house, they’re ready for takeoff! Join the two hilarious monsters as they take their first airplane trip, meet their monster relatives, and hit the beach!
Tilly and Torg – New Kids At School: Tilly and Torg are off to their first day of school. And whether it’s reading, math, art, or even recess – one thing is for sure! These two hilarious monsters have a lot to learn!
Tilly and Torg – Out To Eat: When there’s no food in the house, Tilly and Torg head out to a restaurant and one thing is for sure – with these two, trouble is always on the menu!
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When a crazy critter gets attacked by a cat, guess who’s there to save it? Seems like it’ll be easy to let this one free, but sometimes life gets complicated. You’ll have to read to find out why Samantha Plays Possum.
Samantha Plays Possum is a children’s
chapter book filled with fun and adventure while
teaching about that sneaky critter, the opossum. It is broken up into 13 chapters, which contain 18 wonderful illustrations by Matthew Gauvin.
Also included at the end of the book are
Opossum Fun Facts and a Quiz to help further your child’s reading enjoyment.
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Young Martin is your average 9-year-old boy, just one who happens to frequent graveyards and reads books about spells and monsters. He happens upon one such spell book and finds a spell that allows him to bring back the dead, and the one he brings back is one Young Miss Victoria Blackwell.
Miss Blackwell had no real friends to speak of when she were alive so she had to make ones out of her own imagination. The problem was no one else could see them. With Martin’s Book of the Occult, though, that was a problem of the past. There just so happened to be a spell capable making her friends visible to the rest of the world. It also just so happened that her friends are real monsters with particular peculiarities.
A new problem arises when Miss Blackwell’s now visible friends are set loose on the town one Halloween night causing all sorts of trouble for Martin and Victoria.
Written by and featuring colorful Illustrations by K. N. Parker (The Death of Death) The Deceased Miss Blackwell and her Not-So-Imaginary Friends is a macabre Children’s tale about true friendship, which, unlike people, never dies.
For ages 9 and up.