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Superfairies

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

"Superfairies" is a fun set of four stories, one for each season of the year. The four fairies—Star, Berry, Rose, and Silk—tend to the animals around Peaseblossom Woods, rescuing them from whatever trouble they get into. The... Read More

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Hiding Heidi

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

Heidi is very good at hide-and-seek. She and her friends play again and again, and Heidi always wins. They even play at Heidi’s birthday party, but when her friends are unable to find her, they continue the party without her. Soon... Read More

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Chirri & Chirra

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

Chirri and Chirra introduces the world to two young girls and the adventures they take on their bicycles. Translated from Japanese, the book is innocent and charming and whimsical. As the girls travel through the lushly illustrated... Read More

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Bingo Did It!

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

"Bingo Did It!" shares a humorous and relatable story about a little girl and her pet dog. Wisteria Jane and Bingo play all kinds of fun, imaginative games, but Wisty likes to blame Bingo when things go wrong. The story offers a gentle... Read More

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Cinderstella

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

"Cinderstella" is a retelling of a classic fairy tale, but in this version, the young lass has dreams that go far beyond finding a prince. Cinderstella’s stepsisters demand her help each day to get ready for the ball, but at night, she... Read More

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A Child of Books

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

"A Child of Books" is a gorgeous book about creativity, imagination, and a love of books. The first-person narrative describes the joy and the adventure of stories. In simple pen-and-ink drawings, two children roam through a landscape of... Read More

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