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|May 13, 2014

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When chubby, geeky Wylder Wallace spills lunch on cool and aloof Addy Crowe at Toronto's Comicon, she dashes to the bathroom, leaving behind the latest issue of her uncle's steampunk comic hit: FLYNN GOSTER in GOLD RUSH TRAIN . Wylder, a fan of the Flynn…
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|February 14, 2017

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Marthe Jocelyn is back with another clever concept book to follow  Hannah's Collections ,  Ones and Twos  and  Where Do You Look?  This time, she tackles counting and categories. Sam's things are in a heap. Time to tidy up! He starts to…
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|February 12, 2013

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Where do you look for glasses? On a shelf? Or on a face? In this playful exploration of homonyms, readers will discover the fun they can have with language. Is a wave at a beach? Or at a train station? Is a trunk in a garden? Or on an elephant? Kids will love the…
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|March 9, 2010

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A summer night. A Saturday. For Claire, this summer feels fantastic because she’ll be zooming off to college in the fall. For her younger sister, Natalie, it’s an okay time with her friends: summer jobs, then hanging out. Fun mostly, but nothing…
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|May 10, 2011

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Marthe Jocelyn’s ability to present important-to-learn concepts to the very young has garnered accolades from around the world. Ones and Twos is her first book collaboration with her nineteen-year-old art student daughter, Nell, and, together, they explore…
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|March 26, 2013

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Made you look! Kids will uncover their inner guerrilla artist as they sneak funny art projects into surprising places to make people smile! For young artists, tricksters, and crafters, here is a hip, friendly how-to manual for creating removable and shareable art…
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|January 20, 2004

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Hannah loves to make collections. Whether it’s new barrettes for her hair or seashells from the shore, she likes to gather things and sort them by size, shape, and color. But now she is facing a dilemma. The children in her class have been invited to bring…
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|September 11, 2007

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With a fresh cast of animal characters — and what they eat — the creative team of Marthe Jocelyn and Tom Slaughter has produced another work in their award-winning series for very young book and art lovers. Marthe Jocelyn’s simple concept of…
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|February 9, 2010

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Forget about differences! Here’s a wonderful new concept book to explore and enjoy! Marthe Jocelyn and Tom Slaughter team up again to deliver a delightfully simple book. Jocelyn’s marvelous concept — finding common characteristics in different…
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|April 8, 2014

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Americans Jenny and her brother Tom are off to England. Tom to university to dodge the Vietnam draft, Jenny to be the new girl at Illington Hall, which the students call Ill Hall. This is Jenny's chance to finally be special and stand out, so when she arrives…
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|September 29, 2015

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Malou has just turned sixteen—hardly old enough to be out in the world on her own—and all she knows for sure is that she's of mixed race and that she was left at an orphanage as a newborn. When the orphanage burns to the ground, she finds out that…
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|August 23, 2005

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Hannah is a little girl with a big problem. She loves her dresses – so much so that she cannot decide what to wear. Her solution is inventive. She will assign one dress to each day. The problem seems to be solved until a special day – her birthday…