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Help A Story of Friendship by Holly Keller – Save 32% Today!

Help A Story of Friendship by Holly Keller

Why Buy A Help A Story of Friendship by Holly Keller?

Mouse, Hedgehog, Rabbit, Squirrel, and Snake are friends. But one day Mouse hears from Skunk (who heard it from Fox) that snakes are dangerous, especially to mice.

Oh, dear!

Can friendship survive gossip? Should friends stick together, no matter what? And what do friends do when a friend is in trouble? Or when a friend has hurt feelings?

Do you know the answers? Mouse and Snake need your help!


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  • ISBN13: 9780061239137
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Over 5 Five Star Customer Reviews On Amazon!

Can friendships survive gossip?
Holly Keller’s HELP: A STORY OF FRIENDSHIP tells of Mouse and his very different friends who get along well – until Mouse hears from a mutual friend that his snake friend may be dangerous. Can friendships survive gossip? When Mouse is indeed endangered, danger – and rescue – come from unexpected places in this gentle story.

Books for early readers
One five year old twin granddaughter had selected Help!: A Story of Friendship to give to her school library on her birthday. But on that morning she changed her mind and decided to give the school a different choice. It’s a cute story with a wonderful message that rings truer to me than ones from Dora or Hannah Montana. It would no doubt be a good addition to the Obamas library. Who knows, maybe it would be a book that Sarah Palin wanted banned. The list of banned books posted on our library’s door right now includes all the Harry Potter series, which got so so many young people turned onto reading, and a slew of other well written jewels. Hope Holly Keller will keep writing*****

A read-aloud favorite!
My sister gave this book to my four-year-old daughter last year, and it has quickly become one of our favorites. It’s sweet, simple, and endearing, and has a wonderful message. Plus, there is a lot of dialog between the animal characters, which invites the reader to use silly voices, and makes it a fun read-aloud. My daughter shared it with her preschool class one day, and the teacher said it’s become a class favorite as well.

Help! book
This book is age appropriate, eye catching, and has a wonderful moral! As a teacher, I would say this is a must-buy!

kids loved it!
I’m a second grade teacher and luckily I found this book to talk about trust, gossiping and friendship with my children. amazing effect! They even wanted to create a role play based on the book!! We have analyzed it and take it to our personal situations. Great choice. Kids read it once and again. Five stars!!!

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Workman Publishing How to Build an A by Sara Midda – Save 32% Today!

How to Build an A by Sara Midda

Why Buy A How to Build an A by Sara Midda?
Dont just learn your letters—build them!

Its a book, its a puzzle—and best of all, its a way to learn the ABCs. Sara Middas delightful How to Build an A comes with 11 fully safety-tested EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate) pieces that can be pushed together to build all the letters of the alphabet, uppercase and lowercase. In the accompanying book, Midda, the British artist known for her charming watercolors, shows children the way. Each page introduces a new letter—A is for Apple, B is for Boy—and is illustrated with Middas tiny people, who are shown comically hauling and heaving the pieces into place. Children will love the hands-on fun of bringing the letters of the alphabet to life. And parents will appreciate the mesh bag that comes with the kit, so all the parts stay together and can be used over and over again. For preschool and up.


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  • ISBN13: 9781579653781
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Over 7 Five Star Customer Reviews On Amazon!

entertaining for my three year old
I thought this was a blast. My three year old had a good time creating the letters – especially since since she shows an interest in letters, but doesn’t have the dexterity yet to really handle a pencil. The reviewer who had to bring religion into his/her review shouldn’t have given in fewer stars. It is a bunch of fun. He/she should also know that “X” just happens to be a symbol for Christ – thus the shortening of Christmas to X-mas. Regardless – the book is fun and will keep a kid busy – I would buy it before a plane trip.

Fun in learning
My granddaughter really enjoyed this book. I thought it was very educational and feel it will help her with many words.

How to Build an A
The two year old boy I babysit absolutely loves using the foam pieces to build the alphabet. The pieces are large and sturdy so it is easy for his small hands to arrange them to make the letters. As soon as I get to his house, he often says, “Let’s build letters.”

Fun & Educational
I read about this book in Cookie Magazine and ordered it for my 3 1/2 year old right away. He LOVES it. I’ll take out this book once in a while, and he will go through every page and build each letter. The book/blocks come with a little mesh bag so everything stays together. It is very nicely illustrated and easy for a pre-schooler to follow.

Great Tool for Early ABC Learners
I bought this for my 3 yr old daughter to help jump start the ABC process. After two times reading the book she started forming the letters using the cutouts on her own. A week later she was at lunch with her mother in restaurant shaping letters out of the crayons and silverware on the table. Our friends were amazed. The illustrations are nicely done. It’s great way to learn the ABCs.

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Where To Buy Lets Share by P K Hallinan At The Lowest Price?

Lets Share by P K Hallinan

Why Buy A Lets Share by P K Hallinan?
This book is suitable for ages toddler and upwards. Toddlers find it difficult to learn to share; bit in this delightfully illustrated board book, best selling author P K Hallinan shows how children can have fun while sharing.

Over 2 Five Star Customer Reviews On Amazon!

Great for toddlers!
I have bought many of the books written by Halinan – they are great for toddlers and all have a special message. The illustrations are fabulous. My granddaughter loves to sit with me and enjoys having me read these books to her over and over again. I highly recommend any of the books by this author,

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The Great Blue House by Kate Banks – Save 32% Today!

The Great Blue House by Kate Banks

Why Buy A The Great Blue House by Kate Banks?
An award-winning team again join their talents When summer ends, a family pack their suitcases and bid the big blue house farewell. All seems quiet. But soon the leaves change color; then comes the snow. A cat creeps into the house and curls up in the woodbox. A mouse tucks himself into a cupboard. When spring comes, the garden awakens, and by summer the house is bustling with human life once more.
 This unusual story about a summer house that welcomes all sorts of guests in the off-season celebrates the rhythm and cycle of the seasons, and reminds us all that we share our world – even our homes – with other living creatures.


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  • ISBN13: 9780374327699
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Over 4 Five Star Customer Reviews On Amazon!

A Happy Place
Gorgeous, color-saturated illustrations, a simple story for young listeners, and a happy ending for all. My granddaughter loves this book.

Is the House Only Blue?
This is a story of a Great Blue House, but are those the only colors to be found in this house? No! This tells a simple story of a supposedly empty house where a lot is happening leaves are fluttering etc. outside and a mouse is eating crumbs in the kitchen. The book offers many impressionist pictures and a world of color in house where everything isn’t as it seems. This book is good for art classes as well as young children.

Anyone who ever owned or dreamed of owning a summer home will be attracted to “The Great Blue House.” However, the talented team of Kate Banks and Georg Hallensleben offer a different take on vacation homes. The magic in this story is not found in the good times the family has during the warm months, but rather on how the house awaits their return through the fall, winter and early spring.

When the family leaves, “The gate is locked. The windows are sealed tight. In the yard the grass lies flat. All is quiet in the great blue house. Or is it?”

There are noises inside the house – a faucet drips, a cupboard door swings open, and a mouse nibbles at crumbs. As the days grow cold frost covers the windowpanes and we’re invited to “Listen to it buckle and crack.” Soon, a stray cat has found a new home in a woodbox inside the house, and high in the attic a bird hides from the cat.

After winter, rain comes and spring arrives as the bird builds a nest and the cat “settles into a secret dream.” When the family returns in the summer they’re delighted to find fledglings and baby kittens. Summer and life return to the great blue house.

Hallensleben’s double page paintings are bold, bright, Impressionistic – quite beautiful.

– Gail Cooke

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2-Glow 100 8 Glow Light Stick Bracelets colors may vary – Save 86% Today!

100 8 Glow Light Stick Bracelets colors may vary

Why Buy A 100 8 Glow Light Stick Bracelets colors may vary?
100 Assorted Color 2-Glow 8 Bracelets. The glow bracelets have a glow time of 8-12 hours on most colors. Great initial glow stick brightness. Retail is $1 each offering a great profit potential. Glow bracelets also make great gifts for kids parties, skating parties, and are popular for any night time activity. Insist on genuine 2-Glow brand glow sticks!


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  • Make Bracelets or connect together to make Necklaces
  • Mixed colors in each tube of 100
  • Party fun for every night

Over 6 Five Star Customer Reviews On Amazon!

Glow Bracelets
The glow bracelets arrived on time and glowed brightly and for hours. Will definitely purchase again in the future.

glow sticks
I purchased the glow sticks for my granddaughter. She continues to be amazed with the glow sticks. We almost had a group gathering at the campground when all the children wanted one from the other campgrounds. The price for the number of glow sticks is quite a bargain.

Perfect for the price
I’m in an ’80s band and I needed a lot of glow bracelets to hand out for free at shows. After a lot of research, I found this to be the best bargain. Out of 100, only two did not glow and one broke open… due to bending too may times too hard. As long as my band keeps playing, I’ll continue to buy these!

Long lasting glowsticks at a GREAT PRICE!
We cracked a couple samples open, and they were still glowing 10 hours later!!!!!! Excellent price. We are using them for a “LASER LIGHTS” bowling party. Enough for the kids, and plenty of extra for the goody bags too.

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