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Hattie the Elephant by David Weeks for Areaware by Areaware - Beech - DWTWEL

As a replica of the world's largest land mammal, the Areaware David Weeks Hattie the Elephant will amble across a child's play area like it's the African plains. Created with amazing, life-like details, she's just as strong and powerful as she looks, with elastic-band muscles and durable wood limbs that are virtually unbreakable. Areaware reinvents the everyday object with a more eccentric and absurdist twist, driven by a fascination about forward thinking technologies and original expression. A New York-based company, Areaware is dedicated to creating not just useful design accessories, but poetic objects that inspire an emotional response.

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Hanno Jr. by David Weeks for Areaware by Areaware - Beech - DWTWGO3

Named for the Carthaginian explorer who discovered gorillas during his voyage along the African coast more than 2500 years ago, the Areaware David Weeks Hanno Jr. is just as intrepid and curious. He can be positioned in any number of poses, with elastic-band muscles and durable beech wood limbs that are virtually unbreakable. Areaware reinvents the everyday object with a more eccentric and absurdist twist, driven by a fascination about forward thinking technologies and original expression. A New York-based company, Areaware is dedicated to creating not just useful design accessories, but poetic objects that inspire an emotional response.

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Z-Man Games Tales Of The Arabian Nights

In tales of the Arabian Nights, you are the hero or heroine in a story of adventure and wonder just like those told by Scheherazade to her spellbound sultan. You will travel the land seeking your own destiny and fortune. You will learn stories and gain wisdom to share with others. Will you be the first to fulfill your destiny? The next tale is yours to tell. There is, of course, a winner in tales of the Arabian Nights, but the point of the game is less to see who wins and more to enjoy the unfolding and telling of a great story. In this new edition of the groundbreaking storytelling game, you enter the lands of the Arabian Nights alongside Sindbad, Ali Baba, and the other legendary heroes of the tales. Travel the world encountering imprisoned princesses, powerful 'efreets, evil viziers, and such marvels as the magnetic mountain and the fabled elephant's graveyard. Choose your actions carefully and the skills you possess will reward you become beloved, wealthy, mighty - even become sultan of a great land. Choose foolishly, however, and become a beggar, or be cursed with a beast's form or become insane from terror. You will bring to life the stories of the inestimable book of tales in this vastly replayable board game with over 2002 tales that will challenge, amuse, astound and spellbind you for years to come. Game contents 1 game board, book of tales, 1 reaction matirx, 6 stand-up figures, 6 player mats, 125 cards, 100+ counters, 3 dice, rules. For 2-6 players. Takes about 2 hours to play. Tons of replay value.Features include: -For 2-6 players -Takes about 2 hours to play-Tons of replay value

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Seven Blind Mice

Bold primary colors help depict the seven blind mice as they each set out to investigate the elephant that is standing near the pond. Hardcover. 11-1/2 x 10-1/4. 48 pages. Ages 3-9.

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Hattie and the Fox

I can see a nose and two eyes in the bushes!" cries Hattie. But nobody is listening. "I can see a nose, two eyes, two ears, two legs, and a body in the bushes!" cries Hattie. But no one is paying a bit of attention. Not goose. Not pig. Not horse. Not cow. She tries again and again to warn her friends of danger, but nobody listens to Hattie. That is, until they all realize that what Hattie is saying is true!

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Hattie Big Sky

Alone in the world, teen-aged Hattie is driven to prove up on her uncle's homesteading claim.For years, sixteen-year-old Hattie's been shuttled between relatives. Tired of being Hattie Here-and-There, she courageously leaves Iowa to prove up on her late uncle's homestead claim near Vida, Montana. With a stubborn stick-to-itiveness, Hattie faces frost, drought and blizzards. Despite many hardships, Hattie forges ahead, sharing her adventures with her friends--especially Charlie, fighting in France--through letters and articles for her hometown paper.Her backbreaking quest for a home is lightened by her neighbors, the Muellers. But she feels threatened by pressure to be a "Loyal" American, forbidding friendships with folks of German descent. Despite everything, Hattie's determined to stay until a tragedy causes her to discover the true meaning of home.From the Hardcover edition.

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Yankee Doodle Dandy (Ellis the Elephant)

Ellis the Elephant dives back into history! In Yankee Doodle Dandy, the third installment of this New York Times bestselling series, America's favorite time traveling pachyderm is back, teaching kids (and parents!) about the American Revolution. In Sweet Land of Liberty and Land of the Pilgrims' Pride, Ellis the Elephant explored pivotal moments that shaped American history. Now Ellis is back, and eager to learn about America's most beloved patriots and their courageous fight for independence. Traveling through time, Ellis the Elephant encounters the Sons of Liberty, Patrick Henry, Paul Revere, the Founding Fathers, Betsy Ross, and more. Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 10/7/2013Pages: 40Reading Level: Age 4 and Up

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A Lack of Temperance (Hattie Davish Mysteries)

From Anna Loan-Wilsey comes the first installment of a new historical mystery series featuring Hattie Davish, a traveling secretary who arrives in a small Ozark town only to discover her new employer has disappeared. . .On the eve of the heated presidential election of 1892, Miss Hattie Davish arrives in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, a scenic resort town where those without the scent of whiskey on their breath have the plight of temperance on their tongues. Summoned for her services as a private secretary, Hattie is looking forward to exploring the hills, indulging her penchant for botany--and getting to know the town's handsome doctor. But it's hard to get her job done with her employer nowhere to be found. . .An army of unassuming women wielding hatchets have descended on the quiet Ozark village, destroying every saloon in their path--and leaving more than a few enemies in their wake. So when their beloved leader, Mother Trevelyan, is murdered, it's easy to point fingers. Now that she's working for a dead woman, Hattie turns to her trusty typewriter to get to the truth. And as she follows a trail of cryptic death threats, she'll come face to face with a killer far more dangerous than the Demon Rum. . ."A wonderful read from a welcome addition to the genre. This one shouldn't be missed--it has it all!" --Emily Brightwell

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Small as an Elephant

Jack’s mom is gone, leaving him all alone on a campsite in Maine. Can he find his way back to Boston before the authorities realize what happened?Ever since Jack can remember, his mom has been unpredictable, sometimes loving and fun, other times caught in a whirlwind of energy and "spinning" wildly until it’s over. But Jack never thought his mom would take off during the night and leave him at a campground in Acadia National Park, with no way to reach her and barely enough money for food. Any other kid would report his mom gone, but Jack knows by now that he needs to figure things out for himself - starting with how to get from the backwoods of Maine to his home in Boston before DSS catches on. With nothing but a small toy elephant to keep him company, Jack begins the long journey south, a journey that will test his wits and his loyalties - and his trust that he may be part of a larger herd after all.

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Elephant Song

WHITE GOLDIvory. In Africa, it is the tragic and thrilling object of greed, corruption, and senseless death. In this dangerous world of poachers and blood money, one determined man and one dedicated woman risk their lives to stop the senseless slaughter of a species on the brink of extinction.Following a trail that leads from the Mountains of the Moon and the deep forests of central Africa to the secret opulence of Taiwan and London's corridors of power, naturalist Dr. Daniel Armstrong and anthropologist Kelly Kinnear fight the battle of their lives against terrifying adversaries--the powerful individuals and conglomerates who would wipe out an entire race of human beings to satisfy their insatiable lust for elephant's ivory...."Compelling...Adventure, realism, and suspense are the stuff of Wilbur Smith's books....This story transcends any formula by making its case, passionately, for the human hunger for justice."--The Christian Science Monitor"Filled with intrigue and adventure on almost every page...Smith pulls his readers to the edge of their seats....For those who love an exciting adventure novel, this is one that will be difficult to put down."--Richmond Times-Dispatch

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Hattie and Henry of New England (Remarkable Kids) (Volume 1)

As adults, they were better known as Harriet Beecher Stowe, the famous author of Uncle Tom's Cabin--the book that catapaulted the nation into Civil War, and Henry Ward Beecher, the famous younger brother who became a much loved minister who preached against slavery and held mock slave auctions from his pulpit in Brooklyn, New York. Together they traveled through some of the most important historical movements in our country. But, in the beginning, they were just Hattie and Henry, born in the northwest hills of Southern New England and sheltered from the harsh realities of slavery. It seemed an unlikely connection to the rest of the Beecher family--the shy, tiny girl and her younger playful and dynamic brother, but it was one that took hold early and lasted a lifetime. As different as they were from one another, they became each other's support system in a large family that was dominated by a driven father, devastated by the loss of their mother, and challenged by emotional chaos. Loosely based on their childhood stories as revealed through family diaries and letters, Hattie and Henry of New England presents to young readers a fictional account of a brother and sister who helped each other find their true talents and become remarkable people. Their tale is the first in a series of Remarkable Kid Stories--a series with a positive message for today's remarkable kids.

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The Magician's Elephant

In a highly awaited new novel, Kate DiCamillo conjures a haunting fable about trusting the unexpected — and making the extraordinary come true.What if? Why not? Could it be?When a fortuneteller's tent appears in the market square of the city of Baltese, orphan Peter Augustus Duchene knows the questions that he needs to ask: Does his sister still live? And if so, how can he find her? The fortuneteller's mysterious answer (an elephant! An elephant will lead him there!) sets off a chain of events so remarkable, so impossible, that you will hardly dare to believe it’s true. With atmospheric illustrations by fine artist Yoko Tanaka, here is a dreamlike and captivating tale that could only be narrated by Newbery Medalist Kate DiCamillo. In this timeless fable, she evokes the largest of themes — hope and belonging, desire and compassion — with the lightness of a magician’s touch.From the Hardcover edition.

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Winter's Regret: What Might Have Been

To be human is to have regrets, to question decisions, even to doubt our own abilities and capacities. Whether it’s because of a path not taken or a decision made for selfish or – perhaps worse – unselfish reasons, we all have had moments and decisions we regret. We might regret not recognizing an opportunity. In the end, the choices we make help shape our future. The final anthology in Elephant’s Bookshelf Press’s “Seasons Series,” Winter’s Regret includes stories from P.S. Carrillo, Liz Coley, Sakura Q. Eries, Morgan George, Michelle Hauck, Kelly Heinen, Amanda Hill, Precy Larkins, Robert Wayne McCoy, Mindy McGinnis, A.T. O’Connor, Jeff O’Handley, Paul Parisi, Matt Sinclair, A.M. Supinger, Charlee Vale, and Cat Woods.

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The Magician's Elephant

When a fortuneteller’s tent appears in the market square of the city of Baltese, orphan Peter Augustus Duchene knows the questions that he needs to ask: Does his sister still live? And if so, how can he find her? The fortuneteller’s mysterious answer (An elephant! An elephant will lead him there!) sets off a chain of events so remarkable, so impossible, that Peter can hardly dare to believe it. But it is-all of it-true.

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The Magician's Elephant

When a fortuneteller’s tent appears in the market square of the city of Baltese, orphan Peter Augustus Duchene knows the questions that he needs to ask: Does his sister still live? And if so, how can he find her? The fortuneteller’s mysterious answer (An elephant! An elephant will lead him there!) sets off a chain of events so remarkable, so impossible, that Peter can hardly dare to believe it. But it is-all of it-true.

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The Elephant Keeper: A Novel

“Intensely moving. [An] exceptional novel.”—Boston Globe<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> A poignant and magical story set in eighteenth-century England, The Elephant Keeper by Christopher Nicholson is the tale of two baby elephants and the young man who accidentally finds himself their guardian. Every reader who was enchanted by Sara Gruen’s Water for Elephants or enthralled by When Elephants Weep will adore Nicholson’s The Elephant Keeper—a masterful blending of historical novel, coming-of-age tale, animal adventure, and love story.

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Summer's Edge

Summer's Edge and Summer's Double Edge examine relationships in transition, perhaps at an end. Indeed, not all relationships are meant to last. The first in the two-book summer anthology from Elephant's Bookshelf Press, Summer's Edge contains tales of love and loss, new beginnings and attempts to fix past mistakes. Stories will appeal to readers young adult, horror, and those who enjoy a clever twist in their happy and unhappy endings. Authors include Simon P. Clark, Samantha Enders, Robb Grindstaff, Amanda Hill, Julie Hutchings, R.S. Mellette, Jennifer Prescott, Shawn Proctor, Tista Ray, Matt Sinclair, Ken Staley, A.M. Supinger, and Cat Woods.

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There's an Elephant in the House

There's an elephant in the house, but where can he be? Is he under the couch, or behind the TV? In this fun rhyming picture book by Joseph Rebus, we play hide and seek inside a house with one of the biggest animals on earth! Paired with colorful illustrations, "There's an Elephant in the House" is the perfect book for beginning readers ages 0-3.

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Summer's Double Edge

Summer's Edge and Summer's Double Edge examine relationships in transition, perhaps at an end. Indeed, not all relationships are meant to last. The second in the two-book summer anthology from Elephant's Bookshelf Press, Summer's Double Edge contains some of the collection's darker tales. Readers of horror as well as romance will find stories that appeal to them, as will those who enjoy a dash of humor or who keep a box of tissues nearby to wipe away a tear. Authors include Laura Carlson, P.S. Carrillo, MarcyKate Connolly, Jenna Grinstead, Michelle Hauck, Mindy McGinnis, A.T. O'Connor, Jean Oram, Jeff O'Handley, Richard Pieters, Amy Trueblood, and Cat Woods.

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The Stolen White Elephant

An unabridged edition of Mark Twain's 1882 classic.

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