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Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
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The perennially popular tale of Alexander’s worst day is a storybook that belongs on every child’s bookshelf. Alexander knew it was going to be a terrible day when he woke up with gum in this hair. And it got worse... His best friend deserted him.…
I'm Too Young To Be Seventy: And Other Delusions
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The beloved author of Forever Fifty and Suddenly Sixty tackles the ins and outs of becoming a septuagenarian with wry good humor. Fans of Viorst’s funny, touching, and wise decades poems will love these verses filled with witty advice and reflections on…
Absolutely, Positively Alexander

Absolutely, Positively Alexander

by Judith Viorst

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|October 1, 1997

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First published in 1972, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day introduced to the world a feisty young hero who soon captured the hearts of a generation. Since then Alexander has returned in Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday and…
Lulu Collection (If You Don't Read Them, She Will NOT Be Pleased): Lulu and the Brontosaurus; Lulu…
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This irresistible illustrated chapter book starring Judith Viorst’s Lulu is full of hilarious hijinks, delightful twists, and a top-secret mission! This hilarious collection includes: Lulu and the Brontosaurus Lulu Walks the Dogs Lulu’s Mysterious…
Unexpectedly Eighty: And Other Adaptations
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Judith Viorst returns with more poems in her “Decades” poetry series detailing the highs and lows of being an octogenarian. Continuing the comedic insight from I’m Too Young to be Seventy , these verses of memories and advice from eighty years…
The Good-bye Book

The Good-bye Book

by Judith Viorst

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|March 31, 1992

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This little boy will do anything to avoid an evening with the baby-sitter. He pleads with his parents. He begs. He bargains. Maybe he has a fever of a hundred and ten. Maybe he'll run away. Maybe he won't say good-bye!
RENONCEMENTS NECESSAIRES -LES

RENONCEMENTS NECESSAIRES -LES

by Judith Viorst

Paperback | French

|June 5, 2003

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Suddenly Sixty: And Other Shocks of Later Life
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Judith Viorst is known and loved by readers of all ages, for children’s books such as Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day ; nonfiction titles, including the bestseller Necessary Losses ; and her collections of humorous poetry in her…
Lulu Is Getting a Sister: (Who WANTS Her? Who NEEDS Her?)
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Lulu is getting the sister she never asked for in this hilarious illustrated chapter book filled with hilarious hijinks and fiesty twists from Judith Viorst. Lulu has received the worst. News. EVER. She’s getting…a baby sister. No one ever asked HER…
Sunday Morning

Sunday Morning

by Judith Viorst

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|March 31, 1993

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It's Sunday morning, very early Sunday morning. Anthony and Nicholas are not supposed to wake their parents before 9:45 am. (Whenever that is.) Certainly, three puzzles falling off a shelf isn't enough to wake them. And what about some music or a game of boat…
I'll Fix Anthony

I'll Fix Anthony

by Judith Viorst

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|April 30, 1988

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Mother says deep down in his heart. Anthony loves me. Anthony says deep down in his heart he thinks I stink. Anthony's younger brother puts up with a lot. Every time he wants to play with Anthony and his friends, or even go into the playroom, Anthony starts to…
Alexander, Who Used To Be Rich Last Sunday
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Alexander's grandparents give him a dollar on Sunday, but by the end of the day all he has left in his pockets are bus tokens. A rather tongue-in-cheek introduction to money and finance illustrated with crosshatched drawings, which make the most of the…
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