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This Next New Year: (English language edition)

An Oppenheim Toy Portfolio GOLD Award A Nick Jr. "Best Holiday Book" This is the English-language paperback reprint of the award-winning Lunar New Year classic (also available in Chinese and Korean bilingual editions). A young boy looks forward to the Lunar New Year, often called the Chinese New Year, a time of hope¿and you don't have to be Chinese to celebrate it! Janet S. Wong's spare, lyrical couplets voice a child's determination to face the new year with courage and optimism. Yangsook Choi captures the spirit of celebration in her vibrant, energetic pictures. Amazon.com Review A festive, truly engaging story of the Chinese Lunar New Year. The Chinese Korean boy tells us, in a funny, fresh, first-person voice, how his best friends, a German French boy and a Hopi Mexican girl, like to celebrate the Chinese New Year, too. Yangsook Choi's artfully composed, action-packed paintings add uplifting color to the happy spirit of the holiday, and an author's note provides more details about the Chinese New Year and Wong's childhood memories of the celebration. This delightful picture book makes a fine addition to the small collection of Chinese New Year books, distinguishing itself with the narrator's endearingly persistent quest for luck: "They say you are coming into money / when your palms itch, / and my palms have been itching for days. / My brother thinks it's warts, / but I know luck is coming." (Ages 4 to 8) ¿Emilie Coulter From School Library Journal PreSchool-Grade 2. Wong carefully and clearly presents the reasons behind the rituals in a manner understandable to young children. She explains in an appended note about her own confusion as a child about the timing and meaning of the holiday. Choi's vibrant...paintings realistically capture the details of and preparations for this hopeful time of year. Youngsters will enjoy the bright colors and the sense of motion and activity conveyed as the boy helps his mother clean, flosses his teeth, and cringes from the noise of the firecrackers. A good choice for anyone getting ready to celebrate Chinese New Year. Anne Connor, Los Angeles Public Library From Booklist Ages 4-8. The narrator, who is half Korean, describes how he and his friends, like so many people in a multicultural society, celebrate the holiday with a modern blend of adopted and inherited traditions: the boy's mother makes traditional Korean new year soup; Evelyn, part Hopi and Mexican, loves the money-stuffed red envelopes from her Singaporean neighbor; and Glenn, part French and German, "calls it Chinese New Year, too, even though he celebrates it at his house by eating Thai food to go." At home, the boy cleans the house, "so it can soak up good luck like an empty sponge," grooms himself, and pledges to be brave and positive¿"none of that can't do, don't have, why me." Choi's smooth, brightly colored paintings¿filled with firecrackers, dragons, and other cultural symbols¿ably illustrate the optimistic activity and the yearnin

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This Next New Year: (Chinese-English Bilingual Edition) (Chinese Edition)

This is the Chinese-English bilingual paperback edition of the award-winning Lunar New Year classic (also available in English-only and Korean bilingual editions). A young boy looks forward to the Lunar New Year, often called the Chinese New Year, a time of hope¿and you don't have to be Chinese to celebrate it! Janet S. Wong's spare, lyrical couplets voice a child's determination to face the new year with courage and optimism. Yangsook Choi captures the spirit of celebration in her vibrant, energetic pictures. (The following refers to the original English language version of the book.) An Oppenheim Toy Portfolio GOLD Award A Nick Jr. "Best Holiday Book" Amazon.com Review A festive, truly engaging story of the Chinese Lunar New Year. The Chinese Korean boy tells us, in a funny, fresh, first-person voice, how his best friends, a German French boy and a Hopi Mexican girl, like to celebrate the Chinese New Year, too. Yangsook Choi's artfully composed, action-packed paintings add uplifting color to the happy spirit of the holiday, and an author's note provides more details about the Chinese New Year and Wong's childhood memories of the celebration. This delightful picture book makes a fine addition to the small collection of Chinese New Year books, distinguishing itself with the narrator's endearingly persistent quest for luck: "They say you are coming into money / when your palms itch, / and my palms have been itching for days. / My brother thinks it's warts, / but I know luck is coming." (Ages 4 to 8) ¿Emilie Coulter From School Library Journal PreSchool-Grade 2. Wong carefully and clearly presents the reasons behind the rituals in a manner understandable to young children. She explains in an appended note about her own confusion as a child about the timing and meaning of the holiday. Choi's vibrant...paintings realistically capture the details of and preparations for this hopeful time of year. Youngsters will enjoy the bright colors and the sense of motion and activity conveyed as the boy helps his mother clean, flosses his teeth, and cringes from the noise of the firecrackers. A good choice for anyone getting ready to celebrate Chinese New Year. Anne Connor, Los Angeles Public Library From Booklist Ages 4-8. The narrator, who is half Korean, describes how he and his friends, like so many people in a multicultural society, celebrate the holiday with a modern blend of adopted and inherited traditions: the boy's mother makes traditional Korean new year soup; Evelyn, part Hopi and Mexican, loves the money-stuffed red envelopes from her Singaporean neighbor; and Glenn, part French and German, "calls it Chinese New Year, too, even though he celebrates it at his house by eating Thai food to go." At home, the boy cleans the house, "so it can soak up good luck like an empty sponge," grooms himself, and pledges to be brave and positive¿"none of that can't do, don't have, why me." Choi's smooth, brightly colored paintings¿filled with firecrackers, dr

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Toys Go Out

Lumphy is a stuffed buffalo. StingRay is a stuffed stingray. And Plastic... well, Plastic isn't quite sure what she is. They all belong to the Little Girl who lives on the high bed with the fluffy pillows.Together is best for these three best friends. Together they look things up in the dictionary, explore the basement, and argue about the meaning of life. And together they face dogs, school, television commercials, the vastness of the sea and the terrifying bigness of the washing machine.

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Touch and Feel: Playtime (Touch & Feel)

Toddlers will love learning about playtime with the interactive images in this board book that features bristly pigs on a play farm, the velvety ear of a stuffed elephant, a toy dinosaur's scaly skin, and more of their favorite toys and games, with appealing touch-and-feel elements on every spread that help build sensory development as well as language and reading readiness.A sparkly jacket encourages toddlers to pick up the book, the bright bold interior pages help them develop object recognition, and the descriptive text builds their language skills ¿ making this series a favorite for both parents and children.

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Doc McStuffins My Huggy Valentine

Valentine's Day is Lambie's favorite holiday! She has worked hard decorating the clinic and planning activities for the party, and she can't wait to share it with Doc. But when Doc gets Val, a stuffed heart toy, as a Valentine's Day gift, Lambie is afraid that she has been replaced in Doc's heart. This sweet storybook teaches kids about love and friendship, and comes with sparkly holiday stickers for even more Valentine's Day fun with Doc and the gang!

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Just Grace Goes Green (The Just Grace Series)

Grace can do a lot of things...but can she save the planet???? Or at the very least, can she help her best friend Mimi get her favorite stuffed animal back? Lots of exciting things are happening to Grace and her friends. Most exciting of all, Mimi's older cousin Gwen is coming to stay with Mimi, and Miss Lois's class is GOING GREEN! For their "green" project, Grace and Mimi aim to inspire their friends and classmates to conserve plastic bottles. But a far more important issue is that Gwen has taken a strong liking to Mimi's favorite stuffed toy, Willoughby. Just Grace uses her empathy superpower to figure out ways to make her best friend feel better, and she makes a difference for the environment too. Yard sales, toy owls, decorated plastic water bottles, flaming onion rings, and a very entrepreneurial Sammy Stringer make this another winning entry in the JUST GRACE series.

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Bella Loves Bunny (David McPhail's Love Series)

A companion board book to Ben Loves Bear, Bella Loves Bunny shares the sweet story of friendship between a little girl and her beloved stuffed bunny rabbit, from morning till night. Bella and Bunny do everything together. In the morning, they play piano and dance (and hop!). In the afternoon, Bella has lunch and Bunny has carrot cake. At night, they pick out Bella¿s favorite pajamas and snuggle close until they fall asleep. McPhail¿s simple text and heartwarming illustrations come together to make an irresistible book that young readers will fall in love with.Praise for Bella Loves Bunny "A lovely depiction of a first friendship." Kirkus Reviews "The simple text correlates perfectly with the cozy, comforting art, and most young listeners will be able to retell the story after hearing it." Booklist "With its softly-hued illustrations and simple story that will remind older readers of the simple joys of childhood, this one has high appeal for little ones who enjoy the special stuffed animal toys with whom they spend their days." Reading Today Online "This successor to McPhail¿s Ben Loves Bear is a quiet and comforting book, perfect for reading aloud in the last minutes before turning out the lights and saying goodnight." The New York Times

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Tabbed Board Books: My First Playtime: Let's Get Busy! (TAB BOARD BOOKS)

The toddler-tough tabbed pages of My First Playtime: Let's Make Learning Fun! are filled with familiar playthings that little ones love to look at. Inviting picture tabs lead children to 13 fun-filled, activity-themed spreads. The spreads include categories such as soft toys and things that go, and feature stuffed bunnies, dinosaurs, and pigs, as well as trains, fire engines, and dump trucks. Each spread offers a wealth of speaking and listening opportunities that promote early reading and writing skills.

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The Bag I'm Taking to Grandma's

"A familiar story of differing viewpoints between mother and child is presented in charmingly simple cumulative verse and rebuses. A young boy is packing for a trip to visit his grandmother. He fills a shopping bag with his mitt, cars, space ship, wooden animals, his favorite stuffed rabbit, his pillow, a book a flashlight. But then along comes mom with ideas of her own!....This is a real winner....Great fun."--School Library Journal.

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Farm Animals Coloring Book

Introducing exciting new coloring books for children who love all things creative. This is a brilliant new range of coloring books, with a page stuffed full of great stickers for curious kids.Bursting with imaginative outlines for children to shade, these coloring books will keep little ones entertained for hours. The sticker page at the front can be used either in the book or anywhere else. Bold outlines will inspire children to be creative and improve their motor skills.

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What's On My Head? (Look Baby! Books)

This book features baby faces with silly things on their heads, such as a gift-wrap bow, stuffed animals, a fire hat, and a rubber ducky. This new mini-edition of the original bestselling and award-winning board book is perfect for little hands!

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First Words (Sockheadz)

Stitched with socks, one by one. Stuffed with fluff, and full of fun. Sockheadz live in a land of joy that welcomes every girl and boy! Join these adorable Sockheadz friends on colorful adventures in these irresistible padded board books in the Sockheadz series!

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Valentine's Day Secret (Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew #12)

Bess and George are fighting - and Nancy's caught in the middle! It's Valentine's Day, but things are not all hearts and flowers for Nancy! While she and her best friends, Bess and George, are making their own stuffed animals at Farmer Fran's Barnyard Buddies, someone slips a mean valentine into Bess' animal's pocket. What's worse than a mean valentine? Bess thinks it came from George! Now the two are in their worst fight ever - and Nancy's caught in the middle! How can she sew Bess and George's friendship - not to mention the Clue Crew - back together?

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Principal Fred Won't Go To Bed

After a long day at school, Principal Fred slips into his pajamas to get ready for bed. But something is missing ¿ where is his bear? "I need Bear!" Fred yells as he races down the stairs. He zigs and he zags and he hops across chairs. Follow Principal Fred and his family as they dash and they crash and they search for the principal¿s favorite stuffed animal. Mixed media illustrations by Donald Wu help bring this bedtime romp to a fitting conclusion.The author and illustrator of Principal Fred Won't Go To Bed have donated this book to the Worldreader program.

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My Funky Coloring Backpack

Introducing exciting new coloring books for children who love all things creative. This is a brilliant new range of coloring books, with a page stuffed full of great stickers for curious kids.Bursting with imaginative outlines for children to shade, these coloring books will keep little ones entertained for hours. The sticker page at the front can be used either in the book or anywhere else. Bold outlines will inspire children to be creative and improve their motor skills.

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Sit & Solve® Hard Sudoku (Sit & Solve® Series)

This pocket-sized book is stuffed with sudoku grids that are quite difficult to solve-good things really do come in small packages! It's the perfect way to spend those few spare minutes that pop up now and again. Are you up to the challenge?

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Jamaica's Find (Reading Rainbow)

Jamaica finds a stuffed dog at the playground and after taking him home without trying to find the owner discovers her conscience as well. Jamaica¿s honest and appealing character inspired five more books, each about a childhood ethical dilemma.Jamaica¿s Find celebrates its twentieth anniversary with this new edition featuring an author¿s note in the paperback edition.

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Ladybug Girl Says Good Night

Bedtime is the focus of this concept board book in the Ladybug Girl series, perfect for readers ages 1 to 3.   Bedtime can be fun, especially for Ladybug Girl and Bingo. From bath-time bubble beards, to pajamas with wings, to special good-nights for all of her stuffed animals, Ladybug Girl puts her own unique and cozy twist on the nightly ritual.    Perfect for fans of Llama Llama, Nighty Night by Anna Dewdney!  

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Every evening, old Miz Berlin walks around Mary Louise's long block, talking to herself. One day, the girl follows Miz Berlin, and finds that she's telling stories. And they're wonderful stories-about feathers falling from the sky, hurricanes of years past, and even her own birth. Every evening, Mary Louise walks with Miz Berlin, absorbing her tales. And when Miz Berlin can no longer walk, she leaves the girl stuffed full of stories to tell."This poignant book conveys through simple words the power of stories to build bridges between two very different people."-Booklist"Yolen is pitch-perfect in her delivery of this tender tale."-Publishers Weekly

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Reader Level 1: The Saturday Triplets #3: Teacher Trouble!

Have three times the fun with the Saturday Triplets!Triplets Ana, Bella, and Carlos are always looking for an adventure. And on Saturday mornings they always seem to find one!This Saturday, the triplets want to play teacher. But with a class full of stuffed animals and one very naughty cat, the school day doesn't turn out quite like they plan. Will the triplets give their class an A+?

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