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An irresistible look at the workings of Mr Bunny's chocolate factory! Packed with cross-over humour to amuse kids and big kids too, with artwork full of details for poring over time and time again. Bears are clumsy. They don't sit still. They're much, much bigger than teachers - and they eat SUCH a lot of lunch! Yes, taking a bear to school is a BAD idea. But will this little boy find the courage to face the first day of school alone?
With so much to do, like painting, dressing up, storytime, and making new friends, he just might! And Bear? He'll always be waiting at the end of the day, with a great big hug! A delightfully funny story that will reassure every child anxious about starting a new school or nursery. According to Frog Cats sit on gnats Dogs sit on logs Raccoons sit on macaroons Armadillos sit on pillows and Chicks sit on bricks But wait!
Cat doesn't like sitting on gnats, they keep biting his bottom! Will Frog and Dog help him change the rules? What a fabulous morning to go to the market. That busker is dressed as a clown! There are people on bikes. Annabelle, please put that down…. This is one that Mums and Dads can also get a laugh from. It drags us on the adventures of a brave Mum who decides to take her six kids to buy groceries at the market what was she thinking!
This boisterous family excursion is full of warmth, humour and delicious mischief. There's a spyglass by the juice! There are parrots on the carrots! For one little boy, a trip to the supermarket is turned upside down. A swashbuckling pirate crew wreak havoc in the aisles, but the grown-ups can't see them. Can he convince the pirates to behave? Golden-haired princess Rapunzel is kept trapped in her lofty tower by a wicked witch, who lops off locks of her beautiful hair and sells them for her own profit. Can Rapunzel ever figure out a way to escape? This bold and funny story removes the handsome prince altogether, making Rapunzel the mistress of her own destiny.
Printed with stunning pantone inks, Bethan Woollvin's unique and striking art style and drily comic voice make this perfect for fairy tale fans of all ages. After sailing the seven seas and making other pirates walk the plank, Rockabye Pirate is sleepy. There'll be no more yo-ho-hoing and no more 'A-harr me hearties!
Little Red Riding Hood is bereft - Grandma has gone missing! The Big Bad Wolf has left telltale hairs at Granny's house Has the Big Bad Wolf gobbled her up, or did he follow her on her beach side holiday, waiting to fatten her up? Sky Private Eye with her bag of detective tricks and Just-in-time cupcake recipes is sure to solve the mystery in no time at all. One day, a young bear stumbles upon something he has never seen before in the forest. As time passes, he teaches himself how to play the strange instrument, and eventually the beautiful sounds are heard by a father and son who are picnicking in the woods.
The bear goes with them on an incredible journey to New York, where his piano playing makes him a huge star. He has fame, fortune and all the music in the world, but he misses the friends and family he has left behind. A moving tale of exploration and belonging from an exciting debut author-illustrator.
The boy's grandma was a famous architect. Her garden is still full of old building materials. Unwilling to accept she has gone, the boy builds a giant structure from the bricks and girders he finds. And then Grandma comes to life! The boy is whisked away on an epic adventure across fields, through oceans and atop roofs. But where is Grandma taking him? Peter's dog Nell has an amazing sense of smell. Whether it's finding a lost shoe or discovering who did a poo on the new gravel path, her ever-sniffing nose is always hard at work.
But Nell has other talents too. Every Monday she goes to school with Peter and listens to children read. So who better to have on hand when they arrive one morning to discover that the school's books have all disappeared! Who could have taken them? And why? There's only one dog for the job Written by the brilliant Julia Donaldson and stunningly illustrated by the multi-talented illustrator and printmaker Sara Ogilvie, Detective Dog is a fast-paced celebration of books, reading, libraries, and the relationship between a little boy and his rather special dog.
What could be making that horrible howl? Could it be Owl, Moose, Bear or Goose? Or could it be. Packed with stylish illustrations and lyrical text from talented author-illustrator Jonny Lambert, The Great Aaa-Ooo is sure to become a bedtime favourite. This gorgeous animal picture book is perfect for reassuring children and toddlers who are scared of the dark or adjusting to sleeping in a big bed or in their own room.
Would you fly like a bird or a rocket ship? Would you swim beneath the ocean, like a shark or an octopus? With rhyming phrases moving the adventure forward, the reader is given opportunities to make simple decisions, which affects how the story unfolds. This results in creating a unique experience each time the book is read. Simple words are visually emphasised to help promote early reading development, comprehension and word recognition.
Ultimately, the story ends with a positive moral lesson that plants the seeds for confidence and self-acceptance in young readers. With haunting echoes of the current refugee crisis this beautifully illustrated book explores the unimaginable decisions made as a family leave their home and everything they know to escape the turmoil and tragedy brought by war.
This book will stay with you long after the last page is turned. Almost every day on the news we hear the terms "migrants" and "refugees" but we rarely ever speak to or hear the personal journeys that they have had to take. This book is a collage of all those personal stories and the incredible strength of the people within them. Every day, Jim Hickory the lumberjack heads into the forest with his trusty axe and chops down trees. Unfortunately, all sorts of creatures lose their homes in the process, so Jim gives them a home in his beard - until one day it all just gets too much.
Time for Jim to come up with a better solution! A story with a green message. An enchanting bedtime story about a small boy who is the custodian of night, from talented new picture book author and poet, Louise Greig, with beautifully atmospheric illustrations by Ashling Lindsay. Louise Greig's lyrical voice and Ashling Lindsay's warm, endearing illustrations hold a candle up to the magical nature of night-time in this soothing picture book.
Perfect for cosying up to read and share before bedtime, The Night Box is an original bedtime tale that sits perfectly alongside classics such as The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark — great for reassuring little ones who have a fear of the dark and calming down lively children before bedtime! Together they decide to work together to take care of the Thing.
But before long a media circus builds up around the creature they are protecting and the debate about the Thing spreads far around the world. This captivating picture book will be many things to many people: a story about thoughtfulness, an adventure in friendship and an intriguing and gentle social commentary on the search for meaning in modern life. When Natalie has to go to school with a pig stuck up her nose, her whole class gets together to find a way to get the pig out.
But how will they do it? This delightfully silly tale, brought to life by warm, comical artwork from rising star Laura Hughes, will have children giggling and oinking out loud to try to work out how to get a farmyard animal out of someone's nose. The perfect picture book for boys and girls — or for anyone who has ever got something stuck up their nose! Everyone knows that tigers live in jungles, not gardens. Could there? From the creator of Meerkat Mail and Dogs, comes a very funny rhyming woodland story about the perils of being too tidy.
Pete the badger likes everything to be neat and tidy at all times, but what starts as the collecting of one fallen leaf escalates and ends with the complete destruction of the forest! Will Pete realise the error of his ways and set things right? Lush foliage and delightful characters abound in this cautionary tale of overenthusiastic neatness that delivers its message of environmental preservation with subtlety and humour.
The freshness of the illustrations and the many comic details make this a very special book. Once you enter this forest, you'll never want to leave. Emily Gravett's engaging woodland creatures will appeal to fans of such classics as The Animals of Farthing Wood and The Wind in the Willows and the rhythmic, rhyming text is perfect for reading aloud.
Meet Triangle. He is going to play a sneaky trick on his friend, Square. Or so Triangle thinks With this first tale in a new trilogy, partners in crime Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen will have readers wondering just who they can trust in a richly imagined world of shapes. Visually stunning and full of wry humor, here is a perfectly paced treat that could come only from the minds of two of today's most irreverent -- and talented -- picture book creators.
In search of something special, Zuma travels the length and breadth of Great Britain to solve a gigantic puzzle. Come and help him discover what it is. From the curious mind of Rowboat Watkins comes a ginormously imaginative story that is as funny as it is philosophical. How big is Big Bunny? And how will this story end? Readers both big and small will discover that it all depends on how you look at it. This is how pretty much all of my stories begin.
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I think I have the start of one thing, but it turns to be the start of something else. Because all of your imaginary bunnies will go wherever you are willing to let them lead you. This is the thrill and nightmare of being able to invent something out of nothing at all. Tales of friendship, adventure and bravery, Classic Animal Stories weaves together a beautiful selection of bedtime delight. The storybook includes a variety of short stories, fables and excerpts from classic writers including Kenneth Grahame, Rudyard Kipling, E Nesbit and Anna Sewell.
Each story is accompanied by exquisite, hand-drawn artwork, bringing the characters and their tales to life. Al's wacky experiments have the most unexpected and messy consequences in this new science-based adventure series. Al is experimenting to invent a time machine which would also be really useful to get him out of trouble!
As a young scientist who never gives up Al is surprised to find out that his 'egg-speriments' can lead to very sticky situations! And home to cheery-but-creepy Clumso the Clued-up Clown whose job is to dish out fascinating facts to one and all. Cruel beetle fashionista, Lucretia Cutter, is at large with her yellow ladybird spies. When Darkus, Virginia and Bertolt discover further evidence of her evil, they're determined to stop her. But the three friends are in trouble. Darkus' dad has forbidden them to investigate any further - and disgusting crooks Humphrey and Pickering are out of prison.
Hope rests on Novak, Lucretia's daughter and a Hollywood actress, but the beetle diva is always one scuttle ahead…. Meet the brilliant, the wonderful, the courageous Cowboy Pug! The second book in a joyful new illustrated series for fans of Claude and Squishy McFluff. Pug and his faithful companion, Lady Miranda, are going to be cowboys for the day - and first of all they're going horse-trading!
But with their noble steed Horsey safely acquired, it's not long before they find themselves on the wrong side of the law. Can Pug the reluctant hero overcome his fears and save the day once more? Daisy is SO excited! My skin goes up and down like the waves. My mind goes in and out like the sea.
They say I've always got my mouth open, that I ask too many questions. But what's wrong with that? Billy's got a lot on his mind - that he'd rather not think or talk about. So he watches David Attenborough, because Sir David's asked all the questions and got all the answers, and swims in the sea, just letting his mind drift. So when new boy and nature fan Patrick Green starts at school with 'fingers like steel, strength of a bear' and a mackerel swims up to Billy's face, blows bubbles into his Vista Clear mask goggles and says: 'Fish Boy', Billy knows he can't keep it secret, because.
You must read this. When people look at George, they think they see a boy. But she knows she's not a boy. She knows she's a girl. George thinks she'll have to keep this a secret forever. Then her teacher announces that their class play is going to be Charlotte's Web.
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But the teacher says she can't even try out for the part What if the princess didn't marry Prince Charming but instead went on to be an astronaut? What if the jealous step sisters were supportive and kind? And what if the queen was the one really in charge of the kingdom? Illustrated by sixty female artists from every corner of the globe, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls introduces us to one hundred remarkable women and their extraordinary lives, from Ada Lovelace to Malala, Amelia Earhart to Michelle Obama.
Empowering, moving and inspirational, these are true fairy tales for heroines who definitely don't need rescuing. Princess Harriet Hamsterbone does not like sitting around at home. So when her pal Prince Wilbur needs help finding a stolen hydra egg, Harriet happily takes up the quest.
The third book in the award-winning comic hybrid Hamster Princess series will make you look at rodents, royalty, and fairy tales in a whole new light. Ben Pole is on the run from his arch-enemy Monty Grabbe when he discovers a forest with rope swings, water slides, Herbert the wombat, and best of all King Coo.
Cow-pat-a-pults and Slug Pulp to the ready! Monty and his gang have a dastardly plan, and Ben and Coo need to come up with their best invention yet We weren't supposed to be going to the pictures that night. We weren't even meant to be outside, not in a blackout, and definitely not when German bombs had been falling on London all month like pennies from a jar.
February, After months of bombing raids in London, twelve-year-old Olive Bradshaw and her little brother Cliff are evacuated to the Devon coast. The only person with two spare beds is Mr Ephraim, the local lighthouse keeper. But he's not used to company and he certainly doesn't want any evacuees. Desperate to be helpful, Olive becomes his post-girl, carrying secret messages as she likes to think of the letters to the villagers. But Olive has a secret of her own. Her older sister Sukie went missing in an air raid, and she's desperate to discover what happened to her. And then she finds a strange coded note which seems to link Sukie to Devon, and to something dark and impossibly dangerous.
Mango and Bambang reach for the stars in the fourth book of this charming illustrated series about a little girl and a tapir, described by The Sunday Times as having "real charm. But when disaster strikes, Bambang is the true star of the show. Superstar Tapir is Book Four in this delightful series for younger readers. When Mikey's dad died, something in Mikey died too. He loved his old man and he never stopped dreaming that one day his dad would land the role of a lifetime, prove them all wrong, and rock back up to the estate in the flashiest car anyone had ever seen.
Now there's just numbness, and not caring, and really, really stupid decisions. He says the worst of it is that he can't even remember his dad's voice any more. Eventually Mikey's best mate can't bear it any more, and so he sets out to give Mikey the memories - and his dad's voice - back. Podkin is the son of a warrior chieftain. He knows that one day it will be up to him to lead his warren and guard it in times of danger. But for now, he's quite happy to laze around annoying his older sister Paz, and playing with his baby brother Pook.
Then Podkin's home is brutally attacked, and the young rabbits are forced to flee. The terrifying Gorm are on the rampage, and no one and nowhere is safe. With danger all around them, Podkin must protect his family, uncover his destiny, and attempt to defeat the most horrifying enemy rabbit-kind has ever known. When Porridge was a wee kitten he toppled into a tin of tartan paint -- which is easy to do and not so easy to say.
Everyone has a super secret - or two - and Porridge is always there to lend a helping paw when things go awry. Sadly, the vast majority of these plans have been either too expensive, too ineffective, or honestly just too hard to do in this busy, modern world. And there are a few plans that offer inexpensive, effective, and easy ways to lose weight fast!
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Pretty much any blender will suffice to make these surprisingly simple recipes. Many of the ingredients that you will need are things that you already might have in your refrigerator, but rarely have the time to use in other recipes. You can find all of it in your average grocery store. And what to do once you have all these fresh ingredients and are ready to start losing weight? The recipes in here are filled with a variety of ingredients that will have you combing back for more every time.
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All the stories are here that you might expect from a Gavin MacLeod memoir. More than that though, I was struck by his joy for living and his ability to see the good in any situation. He obviously loves life, loves others and loves his faith. A fascinating read. The world could use more Gavins! For 16 years, millions of Americans welcomed Gavin MacLeod into their living rooms every Saturday night. Speaking to thousands of travelers each year, and signing hundreds of autographs at every port, he stands poised to celebrate his amazing journey with a look back at the golden era of American television.
However, a few hard life lessons—like dealing with a divorce—taught Gavin that the key to happiness was only through a deep faith in God, and he feels his work for Christ is more important than any award. Three years later his remarriage proved that a great struggle can culminate in a happy ending. This book would make a great gift for someone who has kids ages 7 and under! How refreshing!! Through the challenges of raising those five young children, Susan realized the need for an honest, practical book that helps parents through that time of life. This new edition of the best-selling And Then I Had Kids contains guidance for dealing with common struggles such as discipline, priorities, and fatigue.
Susan is honest about the frustrations of parenting, yet encourages parents through her own experiences. She offers a biblical perspective on family life, inspiring mothers and fathers! So good, so challenging. Carl did such a fantastic job of showing what it looks like to follow Jesus.
I pray that more of us simply become people trying to follow Jesus. Some of us fear moments when we need to defend our theology. Some of us seek them out. But we are seldom ready the way Jesus seemed to be ready. So how do we draw others to God in the midst of these ordinary conversations the way Jesus did? In Speaking of Jesus, Carl Medearis draws on his experience of international reconciliation between Muslims and Christians to remind us of the heart of the matter: Jesus. The one who uncovers and disarms. Who leads people right to himself. The beginning and the end of the story.
A good story indeed. It has enough details for their age, not watered down and I just love the questions at the end. This revised edition has updated transitions and all-new artwork. As soon as I had finished reading the last page, I wanted to go share Purple Moon with everyone I met. It definitely provided me with a new perspective of myself and those around me. I advice everyone to retrieve their own copy as soon as you are able. It is an investment worth making. That hope seemed to vanish long ago when her dad kicked her and her mom out of the house. Especially when Selena gains the attention of the cute neighbor next door.
I think this book is so well written and so on point. Bravo, Russell! Have you ever wondered why Easter Bunnies hide Easter eggs on Easter morning? Well, the Little Bunny in this story knows, or at least he should know. After all, all the bunnies in his family have been Easter Bunnies as far back as anyone can remember. Follow along and as he meets a grumpy old owl, a shy field mouse, and an apathetic dairy cow on his journey to discover the true meaning of Easter.
Emma hauled off and kicked the purple petunias and white daisies and their petals went flying, along with her pink flip flop. Emma Dan is in one of her series stewing dilemmas. No one is paying her any attention. Her mind is filled with questions, so many in fact that they circle her head like a swarm of bees. But no one will answer them. Her Poppa Pete used to answer them but God took him to that old glory land. Emma is very angry at God because she misses her Poppa Pete and she is lonely without him. Then flesh covered them, with skin like gray leather.
Up stood two shaking beasts, with loose dust that puffed, Around huge flopping ears and white jutting tusks. Emma finally did. I know what that is! Do you think you can imagine God creating everything? Maybe the eyes of your imagination will pop wide open too! The Time Under Heaven. Thank you Laurinda Wallace for writing such a heartfelt, dramatic, and simply beautiful book! Time seems to be against missionary Ruthanne Carroll.
Suddenly faced with a life threatening illness, she reluctantly returns to the U. A journey to uncover the truth leads them through sometimes dangerous circumstances and battles with old hurts. Each find their faith and relationships challenged as they reach a crossroads where the choices are healing and reconcilation or bitterness and defeat. Join her indelible characters on a journey of discovery and reconciliation as the steady, inexorable rhythms of life play out. The suspense was awesome, and the crimes yes, plural!
I had a hint of who was behind the main crime about midway through, but I was never completely certain until the end. It was fascinating to see how the different cases related. Psychology professor and criminal profiler Taylor Martin prides herself on being able to solve any crime, except the one she wants most desperately to solve—the disappearance of her father twenty years ago. When she finally has a lead on his whereabouts, Taylor returns home to Logan Point, Mississippi, to investigate.
But as she is stalking the truth about the past, someone is stalking her. Nick Sinclair pens mystery novels for a living, but the biggest mystery to him is how he can ever get over the death of his wife—a tragedy he believes he could have prevented. With his estranged brother the only family he has left, Nick sets out to find him. But when he crosses paths with Taylor, all he seems to find is trouble.
Join the chase as this determined duo search the murky shadows of the past for the keys to unlocking the present and moving into a future filled with new hope and love. Readers will be swept into the sultry South in this debut novel from a promising and already award-winning writer.
The Silent Governess. So if you like historical novels, I suggest you try this one — even if regency is not your usually choice. I think you will quickly learn why Ms. Klassen is a best-selling author of Christian fiction. Believing herself guilty of a crime, Olivia Keene flees her home, eventually stumbling upon a grand estate where an elaborate celebration is in progress.
But all is not as joyous as it seems. Lord Bradley has just learned a terrible secret, which, if exposed, will change his life forever. When he glimpses a figure on the grounds, he fears a spy or thief has overheard his devastating news. He is stunned to discover the intruder is a scrap of a woman with her throat badly injured.
Fearing she will spread his secret, he gives the girl a post and confines her to his estate. The Maid of Fairbourne Hall. I really enjoyed reading this Jane Austen style story. I loved the detail and the suspense. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys historical romance. Pampered Margaret Macy flees London in disguise to escape pressure to marry a dishonorable man. With no money and nowhere else to go, she takes a position as a housemaid in the home of Nathaniel Upchurch, a suitor she once rejected in hopes of winning his dashing brother.
Praying no one will recognize her, Margaret fumbles through the first real work of her life. If she can last until her next birthday, she will gain an inheritance from a spinster aunt—and sweet independence. But can she remain hidden as a servant even when prying eyes visit Fairbourne Hall? Is it too late to rekindle his admiration? And when one of the family is nearly killed, Margaret alone discovers who was responsible. Should she come forward, even at the risk of her reputation and perhaps her life? And can she avoid an obvious trap meant to force her from hiding?
Georgia on Her Mind. Georgia on Her Mind is a totally inspirational title. Not the title itself, but the story behind it. On a sunny Monday morning, Macy Moore was on the fast track to success. By noon, all of her dreams were derailed. Macy Moore skedaddled from her hometown of Beauty, Georgia to Florida in order to make her own way in the world.
But it all falls apart when reads the first email of the day. Can they help her put her life back together? If you want some easy,fun reading between all those complicated thrillers read this series. Funny and gripping and easy to read. That inquisitiveness has gotten her into plenty of trouble, including murder, mayhem, and a place on a mini-Mafia hit list. A flock of emus, a survivalist outpost, and paintball are just a few of the strange things Ivy has to deal with in order to solve this latest crime.
But will anyone believe the truth? On the Run, the third book in the Ivy Malone mysteries, is a mix of great fun and great suspense. Wonderful, funny series. They are humorous, exciting and inspirational all at the same time. Ever wonder how a little old lady with possum-gray hair could wind up on a homicidal hit list? Well, nothing is too outlandish for Ivy Malone. And ever since the evil-intentioned Drake Braxton and his family threatened to make road kill out of Ivy, her life has been crazier than ever!
With the ever-present threat of looming Braxtons, Ivy decides to get out of Dodge for a while. But for someone who slides down banisters and drives a T-Bird, hiding from the mob does not come easily. Will she unravel the mystery? Or will the threats to her safety scare her away? With Invisible, readers laughed so hard they cried. In Plain Sight, the second Ivy Malone mystery, promises to be even better! Havig has written an excellent book that captures the fun and chaos of large family life and weaves nuggets of parenting wisdom throughout. If you want a chance to sit and enjoy an entertaining novel, then grab this book.
Think again, Aggie! After the abrupt loss of her sister and brother-in-law, Aggie is stunned to find herself the sole guardian of their eight lively children. She has little experience with children and none with housekeeping, and it shows. What she has going for her is grit, a double dose of determination, and the confidence that this is exactly where the Lord wants her to be. With an unlimited P-mail account and enough hymns to keep her spirits bolstered, she tackles one catastrophe after another. Lewis: A Life Inspired. This is a wonderful view of the man who wrote so many wonderful books.
A man of reason and vigorous discourse, and a renowned professor of literature and philosophy, C. A master of visual illustration and allegory, Lewis wrote with the intuitive understanding that his readers wrestled with the same questions about the Christian story, about pain, suffering, and notions of Heaven and Hell, as he himself had wrestled. He also understood that others found reason and imagination to be incompatible aspects of an understanding of God and the universe.
I am growing out my hair and looking for some quick but stylish hairstyles to wear at work. The directions were easy to follow and there is a big variety of different types of braids to choose from. So helpful! Braiding is a social art. In other words, because of the time they spend braiding, people begin to have some form of bond and start talking about their lives — sometimes, they even end up talking about whatever is going on in the world.
Aside from that, when people watch you create braids, they will be tempted to learn how to do it too. If you do not learn how to braid, you would be missing a lot because it means that you will have to hire someone else to style your hair, especially if there are events or parties that you have to attend.
With the help of this book, you will learn to do almost all braiding techniques — from the simplest ones to the most extraordinary varieties. Now, you would have no problems about what to do with your hair when a special occasion comes up, or when you simply feel like fixing yourself up. This recipe book is an excellent inclusion in my cookbook collection.
How about biting into a freshly baked donut with a pleasingly moist and warm inside and perfectly nestled into a delicious creamy glazed exterior?
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This cookbook is loaded with the ultimate indulgence of more than donut recipes that will make your mouth water in anticipation of the next bite. Whether you are looking for something fancy or something not so fussy, this book has more than baked donut recipes plus decorating ideas just for you. You and your family will love them! Easy step-by-step instructions.
And did I mention awesome food!!! Looking for a diverse collection of realistic recipes that you will actually eat and that actually taste…well, good? This is it! Over recipes are included! So get out your apron and get ready to do some Cooking With Mom! A portion of every sale goes to help missions such as orphanages, help for those struggling with poverty, and care for the elderly. I love desserts but on a primal diet like mine, it can be hard to find good recipes to satisfy my sweet tooth. So when I saw this book, I just had to have it.
And I am sure glad I did. The book is full of my favorite recipes, adjusted to a Paleo and gluten-free diet. A little sweet makes everything in life feel good. Is it a result of endorphins? Who cares as long as it tastes good! However there is one big factor that we tend to overlook while indulging in desserts: the calories and the health factor! The harmful effects of white flour and foods containing gluten cannot be underestimated. So, what is one supposed to do? Within the pages of this book, we are bringing you healthy Paleo desserts which are gluten free as well.
So say goodbye to cravings and slip ups, because with these quick recipes you would never want to cheat and eat unhealthy again! I feel like everyone should read this book it really helped my journey with Christ and in life. I found complete happiness. Learn how to overcome obstacles that prevent you from experiencing the truth that your self-worth is found only in the love, acceptance, and forgiveness of Christ. Discover what two million readers have already discovered: that true significance is found only in Christ. Worship Through the Ages.
I love it. As the title says, this book helps the worshipers worshiping the true God with truth and please God. I highly recommend this book for everyone who wants to worship God. Through the Ages provides a practical, historical and philosophical study of the Great Spiritual Awakenings as related to the worship of evangelicals around the globe. This is a fascinating story that reveals a unifying, unbroken thread of events whereby one can trace the development of worship practices through the ages.
With each move of God came a change in the way people worshiped. New paradigms were created, debated, accepted and passed on to the next generation. Emphasis is given to changes in worship practices from the Early Church, Reformation, the Great Awakenings, revival movements, large evangelistic crusades of the s and s, Jesus Movement, and the Praise and Worship movement. A chart tracing the development of worship from Genesis 4 to the twenty-first century is included.
I have since become a great fan of Wurmbrand, his books never fail to stun one into a deep, reverential silence. Imprisoned by the Romanian Communists for his work in the Christian Underground, and subjected to medieval torture, Wurmbrand kept his faith—and strengthened it. For fourteen years, he shared that faith with suffering cellmates and gave them solace. In solitary confinement, he tapped out his message of hope and Christian love.
Anguished over the fate of his wife and son, he could still tell jokes and stories to make despairing prisoners laugh. Sorely tempted by the promise of release and reprieve, he refused to become a Communist collaborator. With humble gratitude to God and Christ, he tells his personal story. Kids Love It, excellent quality, Awesome, as discribed, quick ship good seller, would reccomend. Marco Polo. Great for kids studying the Middle Ages, geography, or just looking for an interesting book. I love how Marco described things he never had seen before such as tigers being lions with stripes.
A true delight. Many people say Marco Polo was the greatest explorer that ever lived, traveling 33, miles by land and sea from Venice, Italy, to modern-day Beijing, China. His famous book, The Travels of Marco Polo, indicates that he was a man of extraordinary bravery, brilliance, and strength. With his uncle and father, he traveled across Turkey, Armenia, the Middle East, the rugged mountains of Afghanistan, and the hot Taklimakan Desert before finally reaching China in This was a favorite as a child and it does not disappoint now.
Great value and formatting was good for Kindle. Like Anne, Emily is a strong-minded, gifted, imaginative child, left alone and unprotected in a harsh world, who is taken in by adults who are at least initially cold and unloving. Both girls grow up amid the beauties of Prince Edward Island, both keenly sensitive to natural splendors and highly fanciful, not to say occasionally precious, about assigning names to lakes and trees and identifying spirits and fairies in their surroundings. Anne is an original and spunky girl, with a certain amount of talent for writing verses and romantic tales, but Emily is a writer.
The twin threads of bright and dark, love and cruelty, hope and despair intertwine in a pattern as significant as it is enduring. Lucy Maud Montgomery — , was a Canadian author best known for a series of novels beginning with Anne of Green Gables. Montgomery went on to publish 20 novels as well as short stories, poems, and 30 essays. Tip-Tap Pop. But, no special situation is required to enjoy this book, it is an enjoyable read for any and all.
My daughter and I love this book, and I highly recommend it! Emma and her grandpa, Pop, are tap-dancing pals. But Pop is getting old. And he stops dancing. Clickity-clack, clickity-clack, stomp-stomp-clickity-clack. A fun read. This volume assembled 15 complete novels by Mildred A. Wirt writing as Mildred Benson.
A rival to the Nancy Drew series and created by one of the primary Nancy Drew writers , Penny is a plucky girl reporter whose nose for trouble always leads to a new mystery. Gooding, Texas, is about to gain a double blessing—a veterinarian and a doctor. But when siblings Enoch and Taylor Bestman arrive, the discovery that Taylor is a lady doctor has the town up in arms. Especially Karl Van der Vort, the town blacksmith, who becomes the first patient…against his will. The result? Pride meets attraction head-on, and sparks begin to fly. Waiting for a View A Bloomfield Novel.
I chose the 5 star rating because I loved this book. Love Daphne. Two more in this series. Looking forward to them! Another Melody Carlson great book! Once he moves on, Sherry is pursued by Brad Henderson, an old friend who always seems to be there when she needs a helping hand. She also agrees to go out with Brad, another bold step outside her comfort zone. Letting go of the past is about as simple as an elephant picking up a pea, but for the first time in her life Sherry will leap into the exhilarating world of the great unknown, a place where faith is crucial and true love is waiting.
That immediately grabbed my interest, as this is not the norm for the Amish genre. But it is truly a book that involves the Amish and their lifestyle in a very imaginative way. Julie Charlton is at the breaking point. When her sister-in-law Susan, a Martha Stewart-in-training, lands the chance to participate in a reality TV series promoting simple living, and needs another family to join her, it seems like the perfect opportunity.
The location is an idyllic farm outside an Amish community in Tennessee. Julie, with her two children, joins Susan and her teenage daughter for a summer adventure. Susan needs to succeed in order to become self-sufficient after an ugly divorce, Julie needs to slow down long enough to remember what her priorities are and regain a sense of purpose and meaning. It was a good story. Hard to put it down.
I would recommend this book. Would like to read more from Cathy Marie Hake. Together Sydney and Tim will discover the importance of family and what it means to be a man—and a woman—of God. The Girl in the Gatehouse. There, she supports herself and her loyal servant the only way she knows how—by writing novels in secret. Captain Matthew Bryant, returning to England successful and wealthy after the Napoleonic wars, leases an impressive estate from a cash-poor nobleman, determined to show the society beauty who once rejected him what a colossal mistake she made. When he discovers an old gatehouse on the property, he is immediately intrigued by its striking young inhabitant and sets out to uncover her identity, and her past.
But the more he learns about her, the more he realizes he must distance himself. Falling in love with an outcast would ruin his well-laid plans. The old gatehouse holds secrets of its own. Can Mariah and Captain Bryant uncover them before the cunning heir to the estate buries them forever? As with every good story, there are doubts, danger, unexpected enemies, good friends, and a happy ending. Regina Beswick was born to be a princess. Yet lurking in the political shadows is a fierce opponent with sinister plans to abolish the throne forever.
Together—with a little divine intervention—Regina and Tanner discover the truth of her heritage and the healing power of true love. This second book in the story of Joci Brooke is just as good as the first one. I hope we see a lot more from this author in the Christian Fiction aisles of bookstores. It is , and year-old Jocie Brooke is about to have an unforgettable summer. Her father has found a new love, her hippie sister is about to have a baby, and her aunt is finally pleasurable to live with. But, when a black family from Chicago moves into the quiet hamlet of Holly County, Kentucky, Jocie finds herself befriending a boy that some townspeople shun.
Due to the unspoken racial lines in this southern town, the presence of these newcomers sparks a smoldering fire of unrest that will change Holly County—and Jocie—forever. All rights reserved. April 22, Jude Urbanski A God-fearing man. Scott Mr. Download and start building powerful habits into your day.
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They then fell asleep and had dreams about some other colors before waking up, getting pouncy, and spilling over all of their buckets, thus creating all the colors in the world. Myers, Dragon Takes A Wife. There was an early edition of this book that might be what you are looking for.
I totally remember that quote, also had the book in question. There was more than one in the series but the character boy dragon was called dennis the dragon and at least one of the books was named dennis the dragon. I think the first one was about him going off to school. This sounds like the story of the foolish fir tree who wished for leaves of gold, glass and lettuce. See this website. Thanks for taking the time to send in this suggestion. The gist of the tree story is the same, but the book we're trying to find was prose.
Any other thoughts would be appreciated. Bailey Carolyn , short story in collection - little fir tree? I tell my own version of this story. The tree is not a Christmas tree, however, just a fir tree in the forest. It wants to have pretty leaves instead of ugly needles. Then when given a chance to wish, it tries for something even better than the broadleaf trees. It gets crystals and the wind destroys them, gold leaves and a man picks them.
Then the tree decides to go with the original idea of green broad leaves, but a goat eats them. Finally the tree realizes that it is best to be happy with one's self. The story in the collection is entitled The Pine Tree and is the same referred to by Caroline Bailey. This version is not a Christmas tree by a pine tree in the forest that wishes for gold leaves, then glass, then green leaves and is finally happy with the original green needles.
Ursula K LeGuin, Catwings series??? Boegehold, In the Castle of Cats? I'm pretty sure this is one of the Cosgrove "Serendipity" books - not sure which one, but sounds very, very familiar. B everly Nichols, The Mountain of Magic. A caterpilar that was scared of becoming a butterfly hatches out, and flies furiously to warn them. I think he dies of exhaustion. I told my sister the name and she said that sounded familliar, but we may be confusing our information?? We both really only remember the pictures in this book, so we have little other reference to go by Thank you so much for your help.
Knopf, Hard Cover. Weekly Reader. Nice black and white illustrations. A classic kid's story of a family who inherits an apartment house in Palm Glade, Florida and the strange tenants and hurricanes that they have to deal with. But again many thank yous for any attempt at finding this book for me! Hopkins Apartment" or something of that nature I'm still in search of this colorful thing and actually have found pictures of a wall painted with the same illustrations in the book i'm trying to find,,,but still no title I don't think yours is the same Blount, Iva M. Was your aunt from San Antonio?
Iva M. I did check with UT Austin library research. They say my aunt's poem is not listed in this book so I guess it isn't the book I'm looking for. But thank you for your trouble. I appreciate it. The Sigmund Press, Washington high school, Dallas, Texas. Booker T. Washington High School Dallas, Tex. Bellerophon Quill Club. Denton, Tex. Govindan, Santhini, The ice-cream dragon and other stories. Harper Collins This may be too late a date, but I'm sending it because of the title. And Balban the Lion who hiccups..
If not, you can meet them now as they inhabit the magical world of this book. Nesbit's ' The Last of the Dragons and some others '. Smith, Dorothy Hall ed. It may be this one on the solved list , if the story of The First Christmas Tree is a bit garbled - in that one the woodcutter father gets lost in the snow, and is guided home by Christmas lights on trees. It has colour illos and a peach? However, it could also be The Santa Claus Book, if the recollection is of the story Susie's Christmas Star, with the little girl following her own footsteps in the snow along a street.
That one is Golden Books, , and also on the Solved list. Christmas Ideals. This book sounds very much like one of the Christmas Ideals. I was a child in the 50s, and read my grandmother's. She bought them every year. They are now softcover magazine format, but they used to be hard cover.
Some booksellers specialize in them They would have color as we well as line and monochrome illustartions, stories and poems. They repeat a lot, so the individual story could be repeated later. Pine's Mixed-Up Signs features a similar idea: Mr. Pine makes new signs for the town, but he can't find his glasses, so he puts them up randomly all over the city, to comic effect. Now back in print. See the Leonard Kessler page. You suggested that the solution to my query might be Mr. Pine's Mixed-up Signs , but Kessler's illustrations didn't look familiar at all. The book format, as I remember, was bigger than an easy reader with full-page spreads and much brighter, less sketchy illustrations than were pictured in the "Purple House" book.
So, unless the illustrations were very different in the "Signs" book, this isn't it. But, thanks anyway! Eastman, P. Philip D. I hesitate to mention this book because it is an easy reader so it isn't "bigger than an easy reader" and the illustrations are in four colors turquoise, yellow, black and white and may therefore not be "colorful" enough. The plot: Sam the owl befriends Gus the firefly, who can make shapes in the air by keeping his light on and flying about rapidly.
Sam teaches Gus to make words that look like neon signs. After a short period of innocent fun, the mischievous firefly uses his newfound talent to crash cars, confuse airplanes, and cause a stampede towards the local movie theater he writes the words "COME IN! The angry cook catches Gus in a jar and begins to drive the firefly out of town. His truck stalls on a railroad track just as a train approaches. Sam the owl smashes the jar and liberates Gus, who prevents a collision by writing "STOP" in front of the oncoming train. All is forgiven and the two friends depart.
Arnold, Tedd, The Signmaker's Assistant, If you're absolutely sure that the book is from the s, this can't be it, but it meets all the other criteria. This book is larger than an easy reader and full of big, colorful street scenes. Norman, a young boy who cleans brushes at the signmaker's shop, decides to make a few signs of his own when the signmaker isn't around to supervise.
Norman has a great deal of fun at the townspeople's expense, but realizes he has erred when they become angry and tear down every sign in the town, old as well as new. Chaos ensues and the townspeople chase the signmaker into the woods. Norman apologizes and peace and order are restored. Even if this isn't the book you're looking for, it's a worthwhile read, so check it out! Actually a particular sign I remember is more like a big billboard and something on it - a picture or phrase- is defaced in a humorous way. Possibly traffic signs are changed as well. Very colorful pics, busy and funny - sorry I can't remember more.
I remember the cover was salmon-colored, but I think that was just a library binding - now why can I remember that detail, but not more important ones? Thanks for the guess. NY Harcourt Kind of a longshot, but the date is right. It is all fantastic nonsense, carried out with perfect harmony in the good read-aloud text and the details and atmosphere of striking color illustrations. The double-spread scene showing the Dopplers enjoying their new canals will occupy a small child a long time.
In this story the whole town is turned topsy-turvy great green hooligan vine town, a really fun book. Zilpha Keatley Snyder, The Changeling. I could be wrong, but I know I read this book back in the 70's. I don't, however, remember the plot. NY Atheneum This does sound like part of the answer but only part - the main characters are two young girls, Martha Abbott and Ivy Carson, but Ivy's young sister does play a part, and there is a memorable picture of a dark-haired girl crouched under a bush.
The Carson home is large and dilapidated - the girls also explore the ruins of a burnt-out house. However I don't recall anyone called Luci or fleeing from a danger. In that one a very ordinary English family has one different daughter, called Melusine, who seems to have witchy powers and can ill-wish people. At one point the children hide behind a hedge while a girl who let Melusine's guinea pig die is bucked off her horse.
The house they live in in the country is rather old and dilapidated. At the end of the book they seek the vicar's help in driving the evil spirit from Melusine through a night of prayer, and after that she is called by her middle name, which is Joy. Boston last name , The Children of Green Knowe , s. I think this may be the book you are looking for. The first in the series of the Green Knowe books. I wonder if this could be The Dagger and the Bird? Two children, Luke and Bridget shortened to Biddie search for their younger brother who's been stolen by fairies.
If the poster has reversed the names in memory, but remembered that one name was shortened, it could fit. If it's a Christmas story, it's one that has been told in many versions. The Lutheran church put out a book and video called Red Boots for Christmas. It's also been called The Cobbler's Gift. The cobbler in these stories doesn't always show kindness, though, until the end in Red Boots for Christmas, he is a bitter, selfish man. He is visited by an angel who says that God will be visiting him he goes around cleaning up, making a special meal and trying to find a gift for God in the meantime, assorted poor people come to his door and are either helped or not helped, depending on the version.
In the end, he is upset because God didn't come then God or the angel speaks to him and says that the needy people coming to the door represented God, and that was the point. He then offers the "child" a place to sleep a straw mat and then a breakfast. The "child" thanks him for his kindness and tells the cobbler that whatever he does that day he will be successful at and do all day long. When the cobbler arrives at his shop he begins to repair the shoes and proceeds to do so all day long, making a lot of money. The greedy shopkeepers see this and ask him how this has come to be, so the cobbler tells them of the "childs" "wish".
The wife tells the husband to find the "child" so that they can benefit the same way. The husband finds the "child" and takes him in for the evening providing him with a wonderful dinner, a feather bed to sleep in and a wonderful breakfast. As the "child" leaves he tells them the same as the cobbler. So the shopkeepers rush to their store and clean out cabinets and drawers to hold all the money tey're going to make.
Instead, all they do is empty boxes all day and they make no money. I saw this story in a small book, like a Golden Book in the early seventies, but I don't know who the author was or the name of the story. I have looked for it for quite some time. I actually have three suggestions for this one. The first is the book Candy Land , which was a part of the Little Color Classics series and had a number of color plates of illustrations. No author was listed for it, but the illustrator was Hildegard. It was about a little girl named Betty and her friend Brunny who was a bear, not a boy and how they visited a land made of candy.
It was published in and has a similar story a girl named Lily visits a fantasy land of candy , but I do not know if it was ever published with color illustrations. Finally, there is In Wink-a-Way Land by Eugene Field , published in - it definitely had color illustrations and a picture of children picking candy from a field on the cover, but I do not really know the story. Hope one of these is what you are looking for. Baum, Frank, Magical Monarch of Mo.
Sounds like it could be a chapter out of the Magical Monarch of Mo , written before s. In one chapter one of the princes is banished to an island made entirely of candy. I have a few suggestions for you since they were offered to me as solutions to my stumper. I think President Smith turns out to be a good president the book is sometimes cited in bibliographies of utopian fiction , though. I don't know anything about the Goldsmith book beyond the title and fact that it's set some twenty years in what in was the future.
Have you looked through the Anthology Finder to see if anything looks familiar? Check out the Big Golden Book of Poetry I remember the dog and cat got in a fight and there were bits of fabric all around when they finished fighting. This might be it.. If the collection included The Owl and the Pussycat , it would not have been a book of poems by Field , since that one is by Edward Lear. The Gingham Dog and the Calico Cat is properly called The Duel, and it has been included in many collections of childrens' poetry.
Here are some possibilities - who knew there were so many Christmas horror books out there?? And I'm thinking the first books may all be the same book with different titles. I don't have it in front of me, but here is what I remember. Ozzie is a fun-loving boy who irritates the adults around him with his incessant jokes, riddles and pranks, and his obsession with board games. When he gets into serious trouble at school, his parents think about sending him to a military academy, and Ozzie decides to run away.
While climbing down the trellis outside his window, he falls into The Big Joke Game, a life-size board game that he must win in order to return to earth. With his "guardian devil" Bub at his side, Ozzie has many strange experiences and gains a degree of maturity before the book concludes. Fun and interesting without being preachy or heavy-handed. See the Solved Mysteries "B" page for more information.
Could it be any of these? Evers, Alf, The deer-jackers. Macmillan, George, Jean Craighead. On the far side of the mountain. Puffin, c Crowell c My book is not any of the Jean Craighead George books, as she is one of my favorite authors I probably should have mentioned that in the original email. Its also not The Deer-jackers.
I also remember that the money that could be earned from the Ginsing somehow solved a problem-maybe in keeping the land that the cabin was on. I remember it well. I don't own a copy at this moment, so I can't give copyright date. The story of two boys who seek a the lost cabin of a "Sang Hunter" wild Ginseng hunter and the treasure of fine roots he left behind.
The book features the lyrics of a mountain ballas about the Sang Hunter's ghost " I don't know if these will be right, but two books came to mind, although both seem a little advanced for fourth grade. No Promises in the Wind Irene Hunt is about 2 brothers from Chicago during the depression, who run away and survive on thier own. Where the Lilies Bloom has several brothers and sisters living and surving on thier own by gathering herbs to sell, particularly Ginseng, they however live in the Appalachians not the Catskills.
Don't know if these will help, Good Luck. Just a guess. Sorry, no ideas about the specific craft book, but I might point out that Canadians where I live anyway usually spell Mommy with an o, not a u. So maybe your book was a British import? I think you may be right, this book must have been a British import. Eva Knox Evans, Araminta. This sounds like a story I read in grade school, that was in one of our readers.
I remember the little girl walking through the city. I don''t remember the author or title, but I'll keep looking! Cars and Trucks ,c, no author, Illus. Richard Scarry. It shows the front cover of all their books. I hope this helps. From what I have learned about the book I seek, at least I was able to input that info on another stumper that describes the exact plot of the book I am searching.
Unfortunately, the book I found was British, with fussy illustrations and too recently published. The book I need about an undersea tour was likely American, published in or , with illustrations that were more heavy black outlines and bold colors within. I was able to find Priscilla and the Prawn on the Internet, look at its illustrations, and was able to determine it was not the book, but I did relate that book info to stumper L , a quest for something that sounded identical.
Won't give up on my book, and am desperate! Thanks for your site! Hewson, Isabel Manning, Land of the Lost, Could it be this one, from the Solved list? The time is right, and there is an undersea kingdom, though I don't know whether it is only for crustaceans. Re stumper C, someone has posted a response, but the suggested book, "The Land of the Lost" by Hewson is not the book, as that book deals with fresh water, originates above ground, and the book I am seeking takes place completely in the ocean, with marine animals shrimp families, crab families, etc.
I remember that each marine animal family had its special color silk pillow on which to sit. Lewis, The Silver Chair. Eustace Scrubb and Jill Pole are transported to Narnia where they must rescue Prince Caspian, who is under a spell and being held prisoner in a land deep underground. Not sure if this is the one -- they don't "swim through the earth" per se, but that phrase reminded me of the mayhemic scene in which they are trying to race to the surface. It's possible the scene described is when the kids go to the 2-dimensional world?
Lewis, The Chronicles of Narnia. Digory and Polly become friends when he moves in with his uncle a maigcian who has magical rings that transport the children into and enchanted world. They enter this world through a pool in the woods and encounter a land of eternal winter. This is the first book of seven entitled The Magician's Nephew. The more popular second book is The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe which has four children who live in Digory's home many years later. Their adventures start by entering the land of Narnia by stepping through the back of the wardrobe.
This sounds like A Wrinkle in Time , although others will know better. Two siblings -- Meg and her brother Charles Wallace -- and a boy from Meg's school travel through a wrinkle in time to try to rescue Meg's father. No tower in the title, but there's a lot of talk in the book of "tesseracts. It's unclear why the title of this stumper is "ck wallace", but if the stumper requester thinks this could be the name of a character, the book sought could be A Wrinkle in Time.
Charles Wallace Murry, his sister Meg, and her schoolmate Calvin O'Keefe are transported through a tesseract to the planet Camazotz, where they hope to rescue Meg's father. As for the "swimming through the earth" passage the stumper requester remembersthis description of the end of Meg's first tesseract trip is from page "And this feeling of moving with the eath was somewhat like the feeling of being in the ocean, out in the ocean beyond this rising and falling of the breakers, lying on the moving water, pulsing gently with the swells, and feeling the gentle, inexorable tug of the moon.
Alan Garner, Elidor , '60s?? This description reminds me of elements of Garner's Elidor , and of another of his books where there's a substantial underground section, although I don't recall any "swimming" called The Weirdstone of Brisingamen. I don't specifically remember the 'swimming through earth' but that sounds very familiar. John White, The Tower of Geburah, I'm not sure about the swimming through the earth part, because it's been many years since I've read it and I don't own a copy to check, but I think the rest of the description fits. Marjorie Vetter, Journey for Jennifer, This is a guess - here's the only description I could find: Jennifer could feel her face stiffen as she watched Steve say good-by to the others.
Wasn"t he going to miss her at all when she was in the hill country? C You can't believe how many Google entries have concertina and toothache in them I gave up halfway thru. Have you tried any of Eleanor Frances Lattimore's books? She was born in China, spent her early years there, and that's reflected in a number of her children's books, which she also illustrated. Lattimore, Eleanor F.
A possibility--Little Pear has two sisters. Not sure, but it sounds similar. Thomas Handforth, Mei Li , This reminded me of a story in one of the Through Golden Windows books. A little Chinese girl has adventures at a New Year's fair. I didn't see a reference to watermelon seeds, but they could have been in the original book. Kahn, James, The Goonies , There was a novelization published of The Goonies , based upon the Steven Spielberg film.
Is that what you're thinking of? Hello again. I actually bought Black Rock Cave a couple of years ago, but it was a cave that was entered from above and not under the water. My sister also mentioned that she thought someone in the book was perhaps from Scotland or it took place in Scotland. And she had a vague memory that it was from someone with 3 names like Robert Louis Stevenson perhaps.
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Elizabeth Heppner, Palace Under the Sea. Probably not it, but just in case Tracy is a diver, and does swim up into the palace. Could it be this book? Three children, Barnaby and his older sister I think her name is Jane and brother, hunt for the Grail of King Arthur in an undersea cave at the bottom of a cliff in Cornwall, in England, with the help of their Uncle Merry Merriman Lyon. Again, I'm afraid that Palace Under the Sea is not the correct book. I got some more details out of my sister and it definately took place in Scotland and there were 4 children or young adults, possibly in it at least 2 are girls.
It was in a book that had 2 stories by the same author. At least two of the children in it are actually from Scotland and it takes place in the late 's or early 's. I'll let you know if I get more information and thanks, again. No, I'm afraid this isn't the one either, although it was the closest so far. It was definately a cave that they had to swim underwater and into. Thanks again though for trying.
They find a cave with a treasure in it. Not sure about swimming underwater to it. I believe they talked about stalactites and stalagmites in the caves quite a bit too. This is now available as a reprint in paperback with an entirely new cover. The same kids travel along a river to where it narrows and becomes a fast-flowing gorge. The boat is swept by the river towards a roaring cataract — a "gigantic underground waterfall" as Jack describes it — and the children are terrified of being dashed to pieces. Luckily, they manage to swing the boat sideways into a cavern in the cliff, saving all their lives.
The children follow tunnels leading out of the cavern and stumble eventually upon the underground remains of a magnificent temple dating from about seven thousand years ago. The temple was erected in honour of a goddess, and kings and noblemen brought treasures there for generations. Many items have perished but the glorious treasures that remain include gold statues, bowls, combs, jewellery, ornaments and daggers.
Just a thought, but the description sounds like something Ruth Arthur may have written. I can't find a title that matches though Cuould this be Taming of the candy Monster? A cookbook somkewheat geared towards kids?? This might be right. I don't have a copy in front of me to check out the chicken legs or peas for sure, but the book is about the youngest son in the family a fool who sets out to bring the czar the flying ship that the czar desires and win the hand of the princess in return. This is a bit of a long shot, but all the stories the poster mentions show up in Old Peter's Russian Tales by Arthur Ransome.
It's a set of stories told by an old forester, not a single story about a prince, however. This is "The family who never had roller skates" by Hildegard Woodward, and it appeared in volume 4 of the old, pre Childcraft books the orange ones , in the volume titled Animal friends and adventures, under the section "Wheels, wings, and real things. Woodward was an author and illustrator who won a few Caldecott medals. Apparently the little Pettingills and their perplexing predicament originally appeared in a book about families who had never had Thanks, this is going to allow me to pass on a wonderfull book to my children.
Whitman Publishing, The Christmas Book , Here's a website that shows the book [broken link]. I'm sure this is right I have it at home--and so does one of my coworkers! Very happy memories of this one. The Happy Christmas Story Book , This book matches the description and was published by the Ideals Publishing Co. The Christmas Book , published by Whitman in , has the glossy Santa cover you remember, but many more than 8 or 10 stories, there are probably 40 stories and a few classic poems as well.
The version of "The Little Match Girl" in this book is quite abbreviated. Is there any chance that this is The Curious Little Kitten? The kitten is in the back yard, and first goes over the fence on one side, to find a dog, then over the other fence, to find a goldfish pond, which she falls into and then jumps over the grey stone wall to find another little kitten. Lots of repetition, bright illustrations, and my kids loved this one, so it might be it. The Curious Little Kitten. The book was definitely an adult cat, not a kitten.
Also not Jenny the Cat books by Averill. Have wondered whether it could be a Claire Turlay Newberry book, but can't find a list of the plots of those books. The gray kitty always hides by the stone wall, and the yellow one in the buttercups, and the third in the black-eyed susans. One day they mix up the hiding places and Mama cat catches them.
Does this ring any bells? I don't remember the title of the book. Jane Thayer, The Outside Cat, I know the person making the request remembered a cat on a gray wall, but could it possibly be a cat on a gray roof? Much else about this book matches. I found this book used long ago and my son made me read it to him every day. It is illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky , and the illustrations are on of the best things about the book. The book I have contains the picture of Hansel in the cage.
It is hardback and has a green and purple cover. It is volume 4 of The Golden Treasury of Children's Literature, so perhaps you had a couple different volumes with the other stories you mentioned. Bridget Hadaway, Fairy Tales , This sounds very like this collection. You can find more about on the solved mystery pages.
The part about Hansel and the bird cage definitely fits, and it does have all the other stories mentioned. The pictures you are describing sound so familiar - but I can't remember the specific book. I'm almost certain that the picture of the man beside the tree, and the witch with the long hooked nose, is from the story Jorinda or Jorinde and Joringel, by the Bros. This story is not as common as some of the others, so might help you to narrow down your search.
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Hope this helps you find what you're looking for. I have looked into both suggestions and neither is the right book. Anybody else with a suggestions?? I don't know the name of this book, but I am also looking for it. It was very thick, and had so many fairy tales inside. I remember I always hated the Cinderella illustrations, but otherwise loved the book. I want very much to find this book, too. Can't understand why it's so hard to figure out! The green illustrated cover is lush and features a giant in front of a tree, vines, and fairy tales characters in the vines. The vine theme continues on the beginning title pages, and each story is illustrated by a different artist.
The subtitle is "50 Best-loved Stories," which is the part I remembered best, and threw me off the trail for so long. Each page has a four line verse, a short summary, a few questions and a Bible verse. Children are encouraged to look for the tiny lady bugs in every picture.