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Joey Versus the Vampire Laura Cruse & Kara Johansen
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This year, Joey faces a bigger problem for Halloween than the perfect costume. The holiday is full of horror! First he has to fend off the Swamp Booger at a haunted house. Then his big sister's boyfriend has it in for him, vampire-style! Can Joey's friends from the bus help him defend himself?
Julianisms: From Ooway to Julian Donald Hill
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Julian's Adventure Keely-Shea Collar
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The main charcter of this story, Julian, ia a six year old boy with Down Syndrome. He enjoys playing with his sister and spending time with his family. His favorite color is purple and his favorite thing in the entire world is riding horses. He never lets Down Syndrome get him down and he never will. Down syndrome is the most commonly occurring chromosomal condition. One in every 691 babies in the United States is born with Down syndrome – about 6,000 each year. People with Down syndrome attend school, work, participate in decisions that affect them, have meaningful relationships, vote and contribute to society in many wonderful ways.
Just A Little Child Debbie Wood
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ISBN: 9781637900130
A heart-tugging tale about a young raccoon named Danny, who's story teaches us that every day is precious and that love and family are forever. It's important to treasure all the little things in life because one day you'll see that they were the big things.
JUST LIKE ME Terry Perkins
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ISBN: 9798885670470
This book was written to let kids know that everyone is not going to like and do the things they like to do. But there is hope and don't give up cause one day they will find that one person one friend. He or she may not look like me but they like to do the same things I like to do. "JUST LIKE ME" and that will be ok.
Just Like You! Cheryl Feinberg
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ISBN: 9781641369466
After parents separate, children often feel they are responsible for making one or both parents happy. They sometimes feel they must share the same interests, beliefs, and opinions as the parent(s). This can be confusing and hurtful to the child. Just Like You! helps children understand they are not alone in feeling this way; that it is more than just okay to be different from mom or dad -- it’s awesome! This book is also a great source for teaching and encouraging every child to be independent and choose his or her own path.
Just Look But Don't Touch Sherry Lee Mobley
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Daddy and his son Freddy spend time together having fun while Mommy is visiting her sister. Freddy sees a squirrel and wants Daddy to catch it for him! Freddy sees a skunk and Daddy tells Freddy how skunks will lift their tails and spray us with some yucky stinky stuff. What not to touch for a child's safety, is conveyed through a good relationship between a father and his young son.
Just Music And Me Esquire Publications
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What does it mean to be different? What do you do when no one likes you when you are different? Do you change or continue to be yourself? This is a story about a little boy who loves being different. He incorporates sound in his environment and shares his compassion for music. It also shows that with perseverance and remaining true to self, you can accomplish anything and earn the respect of others.
Kai Blue Nana Banana
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ISBN: 9781633185302
Kai Blue is six years old when he meets his dolphin friend, Malu on a beach on the island of Kauai. It is one of the planet's most clean and beautiful beaches but Malu talks to Kai about the importance of taking care of ALL the earth "for all its value, all its worth." Together, they call upon Kai's friends and family to clean up litter and debris. Malu and his crew of dolphins thank the hundreds of people who came out to help and the Kauai people pledge to do their share to keep everything looking bright and new. Kai Blue teaches children of all ages about the small ways children can make a big difference in protecting the earth and preserving it for future generations.
Katrina Finds Christmas Kathleen Kennedy Mills
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Just when you think nothing new under the sun could be written about Christmas - an original story about THE original story! What began as a simple morning walk in the woods on the first snowy day of winter became a life-altering encounter for Katrina. Searching out her secret place in the woods, she was about to learn the real truth behind Christmas, trees and gifts. The child within each of us, whether young or old, will share her appreciation of what her eyes and ears behold. In spite of so much distortion and misconception about this most wonderful celebration, in her innocence and honesty, Katrina Finds Christmas. Take a walk with her and you will, too! Inspiring and creative - ...

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