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La Frontera

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Immigrating from the village of La Ceja, Mexico, to Texas in 1980 was a scary journey for young Alfredo Alva and his papá, but with courage, hope, and determination, they paved the way for a better life for their family. Years later,... Read More

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Dressing Up!

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Join along as a colorful group of fun-loving children dig through a cardboard box of homemade props and costumes in "Dressing Up!" from the Amazing Me! board book series. The book promotes self-expression by incorporating music,... Read More

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Jamie is Jamie

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Whether with blocks and trucks or dolls and dress-up, there are many fun ways to play at preschool, and Jamie enjoys each one, slowly teaching new friends what it means to be yourself. Confident with shaggy hair, freckles, and wearing... Read More

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Seven Bad Cats

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Count along with a beleaguered little sailor as a mischievous crew of stowaway cats wreaks havoc aboard her tiny fishing boat, causing it to capsize. Softly tinted, translucent watercolors and waves of rhyming verse depict seven shades... Read More

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