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Ginger Pye

by Eleanor Estes

|April 4, 2017

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Meet the marvelous Pyes- There is Mrs. Pye, the youngest mother in town; Mr. Pye, a famous bird man, who handles all the nation's important bird problems; Rachel Pye, who is so reasonable she can make un reasonable ideas sound like good ones; Jerry Pye, who…

Pinky Pye

by Eleanor Estes

|April 4, 2017

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An ALA Notable Book A captivating story, told with loving tenderness, whimsical humor, suspense, it has all the special magic that is Eleanor Estes' trademark. . . . Don't miss it." - Chicago Tribune Meet Pinky, a furious black kitten who adopts the Pye family.…
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Eleanor Estes's The Hundred Dresses won a Newbery Honor in 1945 and has never been out of print since. At the heart of the story is Wanda Petronski, a Polish girl in a Connecticut school who is ridiculed by her classmates for wearing the same faded blue dress…

Rufus M.

by Eleanor Estes

|April 1, 2001

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You've never met anyone quite like Rufus Moffat. He gets things done, but he gets them done his way. When he wants to check out library books, Rufus teaches himself to write? even though he doesn't yet know how to read. When food is scarce, he plants some…

The Witch Family

by Eleanor Estes

|January 12, 2001

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Old Witch, Little Witch Girl, Weeny Witch, and two real girls in a fantasy that blends the worlds of reality and imagination. A Halloween classic about the power of make-believe.
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There has never been a museum in Cranbury? until now. Among its treasures are the first bike each of the Moffat kids rode, stardust from a meteor that fell to earth, a beautiful painting made by Sylvie, and-most spectacularly-Rufus, the Waxworks Boy, who is as…
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In winning a medal she is no longer there to receive, a tight-lipped little Polish girl teaches her classmates a lesson. In Spanish.

The Moffats:

by Eleanor Estes

|April 28, 2001

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Meet the Moffats. There is Sylvie, the oldest, the cleverest, and-most days at least-the responsible one; Joey, who though only twelve is the man of the house? sometimes; Janey, who has a terrific upside-down way of looking at the world; and Rufus, who may be the…
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Who is Jane Moffat, anyway? She isn't the youngest in the family, and she isn't the oldest-she is always just Jane. How boring. So Jane decides to become a figure of mystery . . . the mysterious Middle Moffat." But being in the middle is a lot harder than it…
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Jimmy McGee is a tiny, leprechaun-like man whose peaceful life is disrupted when he rescues Amy's doll Little Lydia from a monstrous wave that sweeps her off the beach. Can Jimmy find a way to restore Little Lydia to her original state as a do-nothing doll"…
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Nobody believed Hugsy Goode when he prophesied that a tunnel lay beneath the alley until - generations later - Nicholas (alias Copin) and Timothy (alias Tornid) decide to explore. And lo and behold, right under the vine-covered hole outside the house where Hugsy…

The Alley

by Eleanor Estes

|August 1, 2003

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In the heart of Brooklyn, New York, there is an alley that is the most beautiful place to live in the whole wide world. Or so Connie Ives believes. The alley is the perfect location to sharpen Connie's swinging skills, hold practices for the Alley Conservatory…