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              The Monster Who Loves to Take Little Children's Shoes!
                

              The Monster Who Loves to Take Little Children's Shoes! (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Marie, Lulu

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              ISBN 9781436384445
              Released NZ 22 Nov 2008
              Publisher XLIBRIS
              Interest Age Children
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              Penny the Lost Penguin
                

              Penny the Lost Penguin (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Duris, Theodore J.

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              Fifty percent of the author's profits will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Seattle. The Ronald McDonald House in Seattle is one of the largest in the world and provides services for families of seriously ill children being treated at Seattle Children's Hospital.

              ISBN 9781450077392
              Released NZ 9 Apr 2010
              Publisher XLIBRIS
              Interest Age Children
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              The pixie and the little raspberry fairy
                

              The pixie and the little raspberry fairy (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Lheureux, Philippe; Martin, Stephanie; Illustrated by Mordant, Thierry

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              Once upon a time in a magical and mysterious forest a young pixie called Phil sleeps under a mushroom whilst Fanny, a little raspberry fairy, sets out on an important mission. Distracted by him Fanny knocks her wings against the web of a huge hairy spider and lets her magic wand ...fall near to the pixie. Phil uses her wand to become the King of the world but soon has to make a choice between love and power.Will he make the right choice, and will he be in time to save Fanny?
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              ISBN 9781716328787
              Released NZ 1 Mar 2010
              Publisher Lulu.com
              Interest Age Children
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              The pixie and the little broken-hearted fairy.
                

              The pixie and the little broken-hearted fairy. (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Lheureux, Philippe; Martin, Stephanie; Illustrated by Mordant, Thierry

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              Following the poisoning of the fairy fountain by a wicked witch, Fanny the little raspberry fairy suffers from a sudden burst of jealousy and smashes her heart into seven pieces. Imprisoned in ice in the cavern of despair for all eternity only Phil the pixie, who is in love with ...her, can save her. Through a series of tests imposed by the spell he must first find each of the seven fragments and then remake his fairy's heart before she is lost forever.
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              ISBN 9781716878831
              Released NZ 11 Dec 2011
              Publisher Lulu.com
              Interest Age Children
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              Nana's Princess Tea Party
               

              Nana's Princess Tea Party (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Soroke, Anne

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              Nana is a koala that loves tea parties, fancy dress-up, but most of all, play time with her friends. Come join the friends at their princess tea party, and don't forget to wear a sparkly crown of your own.Beautifully illustrated children's picture book depicting toys enjoying a f...un afternoon of dress up and sharing delicious treats.*Also introducing Pugster and Monkey, two fun loving best friends who learn the value and joy of sharing.
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              ISBN 9798574507025
              Released NZ 14 Apr 2015
              Publisher Independently Published
              Interest Age Children
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              Mrs. Butler's House: Trustworthiness Matters
               

              Mrs. Butler's House: Trustworthiness Matters (Hardback)

              By Sanders Jr, Tony E.

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              An African proverb states that It takes a village to raise a child. At Mrs. Butler's house, children become a part of a village. Mrs. Butler, a children's advocate, provided a safe haven for neighborhood children and taught life lessons while providing delicious snacks and fun ac...tivities. Her house served as a rallying place for children to gather and learn social skills and practical principles, for daily living. Saturdays were a highlight, for school-age children who made weekly visits to Mrs. Butler's House and engaged in story time. At Mrs. Butler's House, children learned; how to read, to enjoy reading, valuable life lessons and participated in exercises that promoted good citizenship and character principles.
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              ISBN 9781641840002
              Released NZ 2 Mar 2018
              Publisher Abundant Life
              Interest Age 5-12 years
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              The Boxcar Children: Original 1924 edition Book
               

              The Boxcar Children: Original 1924 edition Book (Hardback)

              By Warner, Gertrude Chandler

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              Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny are four recently orphaned siblings (in the 1924 version of the tale, the children are orphaned in the first few pages; in the heavily revised and simplified 1942 revision, they have evidently been orphaned for some time). Not wishing to live with... their hard-hearted grandfather, whom they have never met because of his disapproval of their parents' marriage, the children strike out on their own. On a cold night, the children stop at a bakery to ask for food. They are invited to stay the night, but while there, the children overhear the baker and his wife discussing a plan to keep the older children as labor while sending young Benny to an orphanage (in the 1924 version, they plan to send the children to their grandfather). The children escape and flee to the woods. There they find an abandoned boxcar and renovate it into their new home. They find useful items such as kitchenware at the junkyard, use a stream for water, and collect blueberries for their meals. Realizing they cannot live on water and blueberries, Henry walks to a nearby town called Silver City for work. There he meets a young doctor, Dr. Moore, who hires Henry for odd jobs, often paying him in spare food and clothing as well as money. Suspecting that Henry is not telling the full truth about himself, Dr. Moore follows Henry home in secret and sees the children's living conditions. He decides that they are safe for now and that he should allow Henry to tell the truth when he feels comfortable. However, when Violet falls seriously ill, the doctor intervenes. He takes her to his own home to recover and invites the other children to stay there as guests. Meanwhile, the children's grandfather, a wealthy steel baron named James Henry Alden, has been offering a reward for news of his missing grandchildren. The doctor connects the missing grandchildren with the ones in his care and goes to speak to Alden, warning him that his grandchildren are afraid of him and encouraging him
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              ISBN 9782382262221
              Released NZ 1 Jan 1924
              Publisher Sahara Publisher Books
              Interest Age Children
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              Rumors of War (Cadicle Vol. 1-3)
               

              Rumors of War (Cadicle Vol. 1-3) (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By DuBoff, A. K.

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              Enjoyable, galaxy-spanning epic series - Publisher's Weekly A secret war. An empire in crisis. One final hope for victory.Wil Sietinen is torn between two worlds. As a High Dynasty heir and the Tararian Selective Service's most promising telekinetic Agent trainee, Wil is expected... to be nothing short of exceptional in every way--even though the weight of responsibility is slowly crushing him. When Wil is captured by the Bakzen, a mysterious race skilled in advanced telekinesis, he learns he is the prophesied Cadicle. Foretold to have powerful abilities unlike any other, he can help end a secret war waging within a hidden dimensional rift, and time is running out. However, as the dire nature of the war and the truth about his own abilities begins to unfold, Wil realizes that he and his parents are at the center of a generations-old galactic conspiracy. Enemies are not as they seem, and the future of the entire Taran Empire hangs in the balance. Wil holds the key to victory, but saving his people may come at the ultimate price. This timeless space opera epic with adventure, telekinetic abilities, coming-of-age, romance, and intrigue will appeal to fans of Star Wars, Anne McCaffrey, Frank Herbert's Dune, and the Lensman series by E.E. Doc Smith. Join three generations of the Sietinen family as they challenge destiny to win a war and lead a revolution that will change the course of an empire. Appealing characters and detailed worldbuilding draw the reader into a tale of politics, sabotage, kidnapping, telekinesis, and clones. [...] DuBoff weaves together sympathetic characters, an intriguing plot, devious villains, exciting space adventure, and hopes pinned on a chosen savior. - Publisher's Weekly Rumors of War is Book 1 in the Cadicle series, containing three volumes: Volume 1: Architects of Destiny Volume 2: Veil of Reality Volume 3: Bonds of Resolve ***** Additional books to complete the Cadicle series: Book 2: Web of Truth (Cadicle Vol. 4) - Buy it now: smarturl.it/c
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              ISBN 9781954344006
              Released NZ 23 Oct 2015
              Publisher Dawnrunner Press
              Interest Age Children
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              If I Were King
               

              If I Were King (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              Illustrated by Handler, Randa

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              One rainy day in the jungle, unlikely friends-Zebra, Lion, Leopard, Giraffe, Monkey, Elephant and Chameleon-gather to lament how similar their daily activities are. Zebra's imagination and fun-loving nature convinces the other animals to escape their mundane lives by pretending t...hey are king. Playing this game teaches them about their many differences and, more importantly, their own likes and dislikes. Zebra, upon discovering this information, realizes that it's okay not to always want to play with other zebras as long as she listens to her inner voice and yields when it warns her of dangers and cautions her to maintain clear boundaries. Immediately she learns that Lion can stop being her friend when he's angry or hungry.
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              ISBN 9781932824223
              Released NZ 1 Jul 2014
              Publisher Ravencrest Publishing, Aka Cub
              Interest Age Children
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              Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz
               

              Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Baum, L. Frank

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              Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz is the fourth book set in the Land of Oz written by L. Frank Baum and illustrated by John R. Neill. It was published on June 18, 1908 and reunites Dorothy with the humbug Wizard from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900). This is one of only two of the or...iginal fourteen Oz books (the other being The Emerald City of Oz (1910), to be illustrated with watercolor paintings.
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              ISBN 9781793832016
              Released NZ 10 Jan 2019
              Publisher Independently Published
              Interest Age Children
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