Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain - Juvenile Fiction - 2012 - 32 pages
Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain. Mama Bear's supper of beans and honeycomb
proved very tasty. Papa Bear stretched and yawned. "Now, early to bed so I can
get up with the sun and catch our breakfast." The sun did rise and it was very ...
Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 32 pages
No, it's not that Mama is eating too much salmon and honey comb. Mama is going to have a baby! With a little help from Mama and Dr. Gert, Sister learns about the birds and the bees...and sonograms, too! From the Trade Paperback edition.
Lauren Friedman - Self-Help - 2014 - 128 pages
From the Audrey to the Paris, the Top Down, or the Easy Breezy, there are 50 scarf styles in this book for any occasion or mood.
N. D. Wilson - Juvenile Fiction - 2007 - 304 pages
Henry soon understands that these are not just cupboards, but portals to other worlds. 100 Cupboards is the first book of a new fantasy adventure, written in the best world-hopping tradition and reinvented in N. D. Wilson’s inimitable ...
Debbie Macomber - Fiction - 2013 - 400 pages
Olivia Lockhart-Griffin Cedar Cove, Washington Dear Reader, Jack and I are just back from our honeymoon, and I'm eager to catch up with my friends Bob and Peggy Beldon, who run the Thyme and Tide bed-and-breakfast at 44 Cranberry Point.
Robert Conroy - Fiction - 2007 - 416 pages
From the Mississippi bayou to the Pennsylvania farmlands to the woods of Maine, the great armies of Generals Grant and Lee face off in the nation’s deadliest conflict. And to the victor goes history. From the Paperback edition.
William W. Johnstone, J.A. Johnstone - Fiction - 2013 - 416 pages
From the masters of frontier fiction comes a holiday tale set in the very heart of America--a Western saga of courageous souls coming together, with a little help from the Jensen family.
Laura Whitcomb - Juvenile Fiction - 2005 - 288 pages
In the class of the high school English teacher she has been haunting, Helen feels them: for the first time in 130 years, human eyes are looking at her.