DADDYS SHOULDERS

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Daddy S Shoulders

Author : Laura Abbott
ISBN : 9781616639495
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Oftentimes, young boys forget or don't know how to see themselves as the special gifts they are. But a strong, competent father figure can help teach their sons this mind-set. In Daddy's Shoulders, author Laura Abbott offers a way to view the world through the perspective of a young boy as he experiences his universe from atop his daddy's shoulders in this one-of-a-kind rhyming children's book. This is an eLIVE book, meaning each printed copy contains a special code redeemable for the free download of the audio version of the book.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Up On Daddy S Shoulders

Author : Matthew Berry
ISBN : PSU:000060655981
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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While riding on his father's shoulders, a young boy feels taller than everything in his house, his neighborhood, and the world.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

No Place Higher Than Daddy S Shoulders

Author : Centric Journals
ISBN : 1795035447
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Daddy I M Scared

Author : Marzia Gianotti
ISBN : 9788891162878
Genre : Fiction
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Matteo is afraid of the dark. Every night he slips inside mom and dad's bed in order to escape the monsters that invade his room every night. This time though, with some help from his dad, he has a plan to get rid of them forever. Little Matteo will finally be able to have sweet dreams once again. With this tale I wanted to tackle one of the fears that most often affects kids, and which is amongst the most difficult for them to beat on their own. With the help of a parent who, armed with patience and sensibility, becomes his child's ally, this problem can be solved easily and happily. This way, a child is sure to feel understood, safe, protected and proud to have finally defeated his fears.
Category: Fiction

Cuddlee Bugs

Author : J. B. Roberson
ISBN : 9781469122892
Genre : Fiction
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All Tommy Dailey wants is an unforgettable summer with his bug friends. Too bad spring takes its time coming to Peach County, Ga., where the eight-year-old lives. When the cold weather clears, the peach orchards come alive with the insects. But somethings wrong. The bugs arent getting along and Tommy is being asked -- no -- demanded to do something about it. On top of all that, a ladybug and a firefly start up a relationship that gets the insect rumor mill going. All the while, Tommys folks are having their share of troubles with the county gossip and her husband, a rival peach farmer. Things are heating up faster than a Middle Georgia thermostat in July. Can the growing potion his daddy uses to spray the peach trees be responsible for all of this unseasonable behavior? Or is something else at work? Only a crazy old spider seems to know the answers. So does Tommy. But he gets "distracted when the Peach Festival takes over the county. Follow Tommy on his journey to understanding life, love, family and friendship.
Category: Fiction

Anywhere But Paradise

Author : Anne Bustard
ISBN : 9781606845868
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Moving from Texas to Hawaii in 1960, 12-year-old Peggy Sue faces a difficult transition when she is bulled as one of the few haole (white) students in her school. This lyrical debut novel is perfect for Common Core classroom connections. It's 1960 and Peggy Sue has just been transplanted from Texas to Hawaii for her father's new job. Her cat, Howdy, is stuck in animal quarantine, and she's baffled by Hawaiian customs and words. Worst of all, eighth-grader Kiki Kahana targets Peggy Sue because she is haole—white—warning her that unless she does what Kiki wants, she will be a victim on "kill haole day," the last day of school. Peggy Sue's home ec teacher insists that she help Kiki with her sewing project or risk failing. Life looks bleak until Peggy Sue meets Malina, whose mother gives hula lessons. But when her parents take a trip to Hilo, leaving Peggy Sue at Malina's, life takes an unexpected twist in the form of a tsunami. Peggy Sue is knocked unconscious and wakes to learn that her parents' whereabouts are unknown. Peggy Sue has to summon all her courage to have hope that they will return safely.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Closed Doors

Author : Staci M Weems
ISBN : 9781481727495
Genre : Self-Help
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Mona grew up in Brooklyn, New York, with five siblings. Mona loved her siblings and her mom. She did not know that her mom suffered with an illness that would tear their family apart. Mona later lived with a father and new siblings she barely knew. Mona learned that her father was abusive and had a serious drug problem. Mona and her sister Emma went through hell before they were free. Mona would have to learn to teach herself about life and family hardships. Mona would see many of her dreams closed by doors that opened to more pain. Mona experienced life, love, pain, loss, and spirituality before she at last recognized her purpose.
Category: Self-Help

The Land

Author : Mildred D. Taylor
ISBN : 1440650845
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The son of a prosperous landowner and a former slave, Paul-Edward Logan is unlike any other boy he knows. His white father has acknowledged him and raised him openly-something unusual in post-Civil War Georgia. But as he grows into a man he learns that life for someone like him is not easy. Black people distrust him because he looks white. White people discriminate against him when they learn of his black heritage. Even within his own family he faces betrayal and degradation. So at the age of fourteen, he sets out toward the only dream he has ever had: to find land every bit as good as his father's, and make it his own. Once again inspired by her own history, Ms. Taylor brings truth and power to the newest addition to the award-winning Logan family stories.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Last Studebaker

Author : Robin Hemley
ISBN : 9780253000798
Genre : Fiction
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In this novel of a woman in search of the meaning of family, “Hemley draws a quirky, droll road map of the human heart, with all its foibles and dangers” (Publishers Weekly). In 1963, when Lois Kulwicki’s father loses his job at Studebaker along with hundreds of other workers, he acts as if he has just been promoted. He buys a new car (the only non-Studebaker he’s ever purchased) and takes his family on vacation. On the way home, Mom dumps Dad at a Stuckey’s, and that’s the last they see of him. Thirty years later, Lois has a family of her own, as fractured as her childhood family. Divorced but still living with her ex, she decides to move out with her two daughters and start over. But then a stranger named Henry enters their lives. As they create their own ersatz family, Lois tries to recover something of what she lost, beginning with a search for her abandoned father. The Last Studebaker is a heartfelt comic tale of lives changed forever, after the last Studebaker rolled off of the assembly line in South Bend, Indiana. “[Hemley] has infused just the right amount of humor and pathos into his exploration of how people discover and maintain connections in these bewildering times.” —The New York Times Book Review
Category: Fiction

The Sunroom

Author : Beverly Lewis
ISBN : 9780764220760
Genre : Fiction
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Heartbreak and joy are intertwined in this powerful gift book about a young girl's choice in the wake of devastating news.
Category: Fiction