Smell that fresh, piney scent! Will you take your tree home from the Christmas tree farm on top of a car or on a sled? Depends on how close you are! Don't forget to trim the trunk so it can fit in your living room or, wherever you would like to place it. Give it some water, and let it stand tall!
Swallows and seagulls, eagles and owls . . . which birds have the most beautiful feathers?
In Isabelle Simler's picture book Plume, young readers will be fascinated by her beautiful, realistic illustrations of bird feathers.
Moti the Mitzvah Mouse is always doing great things! He's filled with delightful mitzvahs!
"Fall is time for school!"
"That really is uncool."
It's a bird . . . it's a plane . . . it's Siegel and Shuster!
Once upon a planetoid, amid her tools and sprockets, a girl named Cinderella dreamed of fixing fancy rockets.
One day, aspiring rocketeer Cinderella and her evil stepmother and stepsisters receive an invitation to the Prince's Royal Space Parade. How spectacular! But there seems to be no room for Cinderella in her family's car. If she can fix a broken ship, she can fly it to the parade! But, alas, her toolbox is missing. What can she do to make it to the interstellar parade without tools?
Lady Pancake and Sir French Toast are the best of friends. The best of friends any leftover could ask for.
But their neighbor, Miss Brie, tells them that the syrup is almost all gone! "A single drop's left! Just a drop!"
Pete the Cat is learning a new dance—the COOL CAT boogie! Pete knows he can dance, but once his friends come along show them their dance moves, Pete thinks his moves are bad.
"Dancing is like magic!" Pete says. "When I hear a groovy beat, I'm full of happy in my feet! I won't give up! I love to dance. Let me give it one more chance."
Pete repeats this mantra every time he feels like giving up. Eventually, Wise Old Owl tells Pete, "It doesn't matter how you move, as long as you are being you!"
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