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The Boy Who Cried Wolf

The Boy Who Cried Wolf

2006 ·
·3.89·491 Ratings ·40 Pages
“ There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not going all the way, and not starting. ” ― BUDDHA
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  • Corduroy Lost and Found

    2006·
    ·4.34·3,245 Ratings
    Corduroy the beloved bear slips out very early one morning to get a birthday present for Lisa. He spies what he thinks is a yellow balloon up in the sky, thinking that would be perfect for her.But when the sun rises, the balloon (really the full moon) dis
  • Corduroy's Halloween

    1995·
    ·3.79·147 Ratings
    It's trick-or-treat time for everyone's favorite bear!Corduroy loves Halloween. Lift the flaps and share his holiday fun! Corduroy has lots to do to get ready. He visits the pumpkin patch and finds a perfect pumpkin. He goes to the store to get everything
  • One Little, Two Little, Three Little Pilgrims

    2001·
    ·3.73·241 Ratings
    Ten little Pilgrims and ten little Wampanoag boys and girls are getting ready for the harvest feast. In colonial Plimoth, the Pilgrims hunt ducks and geese and dig up turnips and carrots. In a nearby village, the Wampanoag dig for clams, fish for cod, and
  • The Once Upon a Time Map Book

    2004·
    ·4.34·83 Ratings
    Six comprehensive maps lead children on a tantalizing tour of their favorite magical kingdoms and introduce them to the way maps work. Once upon a time, fairy-tale kingdoms existed only in the realm of theimagination. But now, this mesmerizing book of map
  • Corduroy's Christmas

    1992·
    ·3.83·215 Ratings
    Celebrate Christmas with everyone's favorite bear and this charming lift-the-flap book. Join in all of Corduroy's holiday activities, from trimming the tree to baking Christmas cookies. Discover the magic of Christmas with Corduroy in this holiday tale, p
  • Leonardo Da Vinci

    2005·
    ·3.67·203 Ratings
    For thirty years, the whole last half of his life, Leonardo da Vinci was obsessed with unlocking the secrets of nature. His notebooks are the mind-boggling evidence of a fifteenth-century scientist standing at the edge of the modern world, basing his idea
  • Knock, Knock

    2007·
    ·3.96·131 Ratings
    The knock-knock joke: a kid classic. So many funny, punny punchlines. It was just screaming for its own book. To do this classic joke justice, we decided to gather fourteen of the best-known and most talented children?s book artists to illustrate their fa
  • Max's Words

    2006·
    ·4.22·791 Ratings
    Max’s brothers have grand collections that everyone makes a big fuss over. Benjamin collects stamps and Karl collects coins, and neither one will share with their little brother. So Max decides to start a collection of his own. He’s going to collect w
  • Isaac Newton

    2006·
    ·3.74·181 Ratings
    What was Isaac Newton like? Secretive, vindictive, withdrawn, obsessive, and, oh, yes, brilliant. His imagination was so large that, just "by thinking on it," he invented calculus and figured out the scientific explanation of gravity.Yet Newton was so sma
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