FROG AND FRIENDS: PARTY AT THE POND
FROG AND FRIENDS: PARTY AT THE POND
Frog and Friends: Party at the Pond

Welcome to Frog and his world. He enjoys nothing better than spending time floating in his pond or visiting with his friends. He appreciates the simpler things in life and would prefer that things stay just the way they are–nice and peaceful. From acclaimed children’s writer Eve Bunting comes a new beginning reader series featuring the delightful Frog and his friends Rabbit, Possum, Raccoon, and Squirrel. In the first book Frog is alarmed when he finds a strange object in his pond, he tries to re-gift a scarf, and he makes friends with a runaway hippo. In Party at the Pond Frog is busy with his autumn party, he is overseen dancing around the pond, and he narrowly escapes being turned into a prince.

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HARDSCRABBLE
HARDSCRABBLE
Hardscrabble

2019 Wrangler Award for Outstanding Juvenile Book Winner
2019 Spur Award – Western Writer’s of America Finalist

In 1910, after losing their farm in Iowa, the Martin family moves to Mingo, Colorado, to start anew. The US government offers 320 acres of land free to homesteaders. All they have to do is live on the land for five years and farm it. So twelve-year-old Belle Martin, along with her mother and six siblings, moves west to join her father. But while the land is free, farming is difficult and it’s a hardscrabble life. Natural disasters such as storms and locusts threaten their success. And heartbreaking losses challenge their faith. Do the Martins have what it takes to not only survive but thrive in their new prairie life? Told through the eyes of a twelve-year-old girl, this new middle-grade novel from New York Times-bestselling author Sandra Dallas explores one family’s homesteading efforts in 1900s Colorado.

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HARDSCRABBLE
HARDSCRABBLE
Hardscrabble

2019 Wrangler Award for Outstanding Juvenile Book Winner
2019 Spur Award – Western Writer’s of America Finalist

In 1910, after losing their farm in Iowa, the Martin family moves to Mingo, Colorado, to start anew. The US government offers 320 acres of land free to homesteaders. All they have to do is live on the land for five years and farm it. So twelve-year-old Belle Martin, along with her mother and six siblings, moves west to join her father. But while the land is free, farming is difficult and it’s a hardscrabble life. Natural disasters such as storms and locusts threaten their success. And heartbreaking losses challenge their faith. Do the Martins have what it takes to not only survive but thrive in their new prairie life? Told through the eyes of a twelve-year-old girl, this new middle-grade novel from New York Times-bestselling author Sandra Dallas explores one family’s homesteading efforts in 1900s Colorado.

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T IS FOR TAR HEEL
T IS FOR TAR HEEL
T Is for Tar Heel

From the Appalachian Mountains to the Outer Banks, readers will be delighted to discover the beautiful state of North Carolina in “T is for Tarheel”. Explore the Biltmore mansion, with its 255 rooms, which took nineteenth century millionaire George Washington Vanderbilt six years to have built. Learn about the history and lore of NASCAR racing under “Z is for Zoom!”

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WRIGHT NUMBERS
WRIGHT NUMBERS
Wright Numbers

Count your way through the fir-covered mountains of western North Carolina, past rolling foothills, to the giant sand dunes of the eastern coast in Wright Numbers. Young reader’s imagination will take flight as they discover North Carolina through numbers — everything from what makes the strawberry unique to what in the world is a Gee Haw Whimmy Diddle. That’s worth a couple hundred smiles alone!Carol Crane is the author of T is for Tar Heel: A North Carolina Alphabet among many other titles. She lives in Holly Springs, North Carolina. Gary Palmer lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is the illustrator of T is for Tar Heel: A North Carolina Alphabet.

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