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By Quackenbush, Robert; Illustrated by Nascimbene, Yan
A young boy is about to enter first grade and doesn't know what to expect. Will his friends be there? Will he have to know how to read and spell? What if he can't understand anything the teacher says? Looks like a case of first grade jitters. Full color.
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By Compestine, Ying Chang; Illustrated by Nascimbene, Yan
When Ming Da's Chinese grandpa comes to visit, he overcomes his initial embarrassment at his grandfather's traditions and begins to appreciate him.
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Illustrated by Nascimbene, Yan
This true story of a dog that faithfully waited for his owner at a Tokyo train station is now the basis for an upcoming feature film starring Richard Gere. Full color.
By Hunter, Ryan Ann; Illustrated by Nascimbene, Yan
Into the Air traces flight from the era of prehistoric flying creatures to the future of aviation.
"Poignant but not treacly, Crouching Tiger deals with an immigrant child's conflicting emotions toward a grandparent from the old country . . . . Nascimbene's delicate ink and watercolor illustrations are exquisite." - The New York Times Book ReviewVinson is very excited when his... grandfather comes from China for a visit. When Grandpa practices tai chi in the garden, Vinson asks to learn, hoping it will be like kung fu, full of kicks and punches. But tai chi is slow and still, and Vinson quickly gets bored. He can't understand why Grandpa insists on calling him by his Chinese name, Ming Da, or why he has to wear a traditional Chinese jacket to the Chinese New Year parade. But as the parade assembles, Vinson sees the respect his grandfather commands and starts to realize just how cool his grandfather might be.Read more
By Turner, Pamela S.; Illustrated by Nascimbene, Yan
By Coleman, Janet Wyman; Illustrated by Nascimbene, Yan
A beautifully illustrated nonfiction picture book that accounts the true story of eight bottlenose dolphins and their trainers who survived the devastating Hurricane Katrina.
A beautifully illustratednonfiction picture book that accounts the true story of eight bottlenose dolphins and their trainers who survived thedevastating Hurricane Katrina.
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