The young heroine of this book may live in a big city high rise block, but she just wants to be a cowgirl. With a little imagination ordinary city objects become objects more suitable back home on the ranch. A washing line is much better as a lasso and Dad's hat makes a great cowboy hat.
There are so many things a little hand can do: like blow a kiss, say hello, or hold on tight. This is the epitome of simple, innovative novelty, ideal for little kids. A die-cut hand on the front cover can be used throughout the book to help pat the puppy or give a high five. Full color.
Hazel and Jack are best friends until an accident with a magical mirror and a run-in with a villainous queen find Hazel on her own, entering an enchanted wood in the hopes of saving Jack's life. (Grades 3 - 6)
The houses of all Three (not-so-) Little Pigs were broken into and ransacked, and the Pigs are squealing for justice. So Prince Tyrone, ruler of Fairylandia, drags in the obvious suspect: Wolfgang. The lone wolf has big teeth, sharp claws, no alibi -- and a single day to find the real culprit and clear his big bad name. Young Hoosier Book Award, 2016-2017, 4-6 Nominee.