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About Linda Davick
She likes to write. She likes to draw. She likes to be near the refrigerator. Is it lunch time yet?
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Riley wears whatever clothes feel right each day. On Monday, Riley feels shy and wears a bunny costume to school. On Tuesday, a scary trip to the dentist calls for a super hero cape. For a trip out with Otto and Oma, a ball gown is the perfect outfit.
This charming picture book is a gentle exploration of self-expression and source of encouragement for being true to oneself despite the expectations of others.
Mimi and her cat Marvin must adjust to life with an unexpected new neighbor in this hilarious, quirky, and heartwarming start to a brand-new illustrated chapter book series.
Meet Mimi! She’s a cat-loving, convertible-driving, bucket-cake-baking girl who loves living in the Periwinkle Tower with her best pals, Yoshi and Tonya. When the friends learn that someone new is moving into the building just before Thanksgiving, Mimi hopes it will be a girl just like her to share all of her hobbies and adventures. But the new neighbor is not what Mimi envisioned at all. And by Christmas, things have gone from iffy…to bad…to worse! Will life in the Periwinkle Tower ever be as fabulous as it was before?
Say HELLO! It’s lots of fun.
And here are ways it can be done.
With a hug. With a shake.
With a curtsy. With a cake.
With a whisper. With a kiss.
With a dance of happiness!
With zippy, rhyming text and bold, exuberant illustrations, this book celebrates the many wonderful ways to say hello to friends, families, pets—or anyone!
Wake up, Bunny, move those legs,
You've not much time to hide those eggs!
By dawn the kids will want to search.
Please, please don't leave them in the lurch.
The adorable kids from 10 Trick-or-Treaters are back and they're counting their way to Easter! Can you help them find all of the eggs the Easter Bunny has hidden in time for the Easter Parade?
on a dark and spooky night
out to get some candy
or give someone a fright.
Little do these ten trick-or-treaters know that they are the ones who will be frightened on Halloween night when a toad hops near, a skeleton tries to join their dance party, and a monster asks to share their candy. Featuring the bright, bold artwork of Linda Davick and the comforting, lively rhythms of Janet Schulman's story!
A spooktacular gift for the fall season!
Ready, Set, Grow!
Young girls before the onset of puberty have a curiosity about their soon-to-be changing bodies that needs addressing in a simpler way than for their older sisters. In Madaras’s proven, trust-worthy,friendly voice and style, this entirely new book now brings them the same kind of thoughtful, down-to earth information—but at a reading and comprehension level that’s just right for them.
Responding throughout to real life questions and observations from younger girls, Madaras explores the changes that are happening, or about to happen, to them, including: the development of breasts, body hair, and body fat; the changes in their reproductive organs, both inside and out;their first period and all the complex feelings surrounding it; the unwelcome appearance of acne and new body odors; and, perhaps most important, how to respect and celebrate their unique bodies,even when the outside world is not always so accepting.
Lively cartoon drawings throughout make the book not only helpful,but fun to read, too.
Six members loyal,
six members true.
We’ll stick together,
whatever we do!
Mimi and her best friends Yoshi, Tonya, Boris, Hunter, and Sofie have formed the Gum Club, a special club where they eat gumballs from Boris’s gumball machine, recite the special Gum Club Promise to always stick together, and talk about important things, like the tunnel they are digging behind the Periwinkle Tower where they might even find dinosaur bones or buried treasure. But it’s hard to keep a group of six friends together no matter what. Yoshi has to go to Reading Boot Camp all summer for help learning to read. Tonya is getting annoyed with Yoshi for playing his ukulele too loudly, and she gets bossy while they’re digging in the tunnel. Then Mimi says something that hurts Yoshi’s feelings and she is having trouble apologizing. Is the Gum Club bubble about to burst?
Our wonderful bodies—aren’t they amazing? Come celebrate all the things that make us who we are—from the tops of our heads to the tips of our toes, to our tummies, our freckles, our dimples, our skin, and everything in between! With silly, rhyming text and bold, simple illustrations, this fun and frank approach to exploring body parts provides factual information that is just right for the young reader.
A dinosaur card, thinks little Pete,
My pal Max would find really neat.
Will everyone get a Valentine at the big Valentine's Day party? You can count on it!
With its fun counting element, bouncy text, and adorable illustrations, this book is the perfect gift for young lovebugs.