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Happy Birthday Coco

by Anna Stewart

Dog lovers all over the world feel the same way this Japanese trio of authors and illustrators do about Coco. She is more than a companion; she is a member of the family. Coco is a charming female wirehair fox terrier. Affectionately... Read More

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Where Do the Balloons Go?

by Anna Stewart

A childhood toy for many generations, balloons—and balloon animals—are found in scores of children’s stories. Remember when Curious George gets a whole bunch from the balloon man and flies over the town? In this book, Nick loses... Read More

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Love and Roast Chicken

by Anna Stewart

The Native Americans have the wily coyote. African tales feature Anansi the spider. There are Irish stories about mischievous leprechauns. And apparently, high in the Andes Mountains, there is a guinea pig that can outwit a fox. From the... Read More

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Arthur

by Anna Stewart

The legend of King Arthur, though told many times, still evokes strong feelings about destiny, virtue, and doing what’s right. These qualities are embodied by the Time Soldiers, a group of kids who’ve found a secret portal to other... Read More

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Mason Moves Away

by Anna Stewart

Curiosity is a trait shared not only by children all over the world, but also by animals all over the world. In this succulent jungle story, two wildlife hunters look at animals and the animals look at them. The hunters and the animals... Read More

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My Friend Isabelle

by Anna Stewart

First friendships are more than sweet; they set the tone for a lifetime of relationships. Early friendships offer children a safe forum to practice their budding social skills. It’s wonderful for anyone, whether four or forty, to be... Read More

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