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Few words are needed in this inventive and fun transportation adventure!
King Mouse finds his authority in question when his subjects find crowns of their own. A gentle and humorous modern fable about imaginative play and kindness in the tradition of classics like Little Bear and Frog and Toad.
Whales don’t live in ponds—or do they?
“Dear Mr. Blueberry, I love whales very much and I think I saw one in my pond today. Please send me some information on whales.”
It’s vacation time, so Emily has to write to her teacher to help when she discovers a blue whale living in her pond. Mr.
When six rabbits find a giant carrot, they're not sure exactly what they should do with it. But they have all sorts of grand and adventurous ideas: What if they make it into a boat and visit all the fishes? Or build a carrot airplane to fly away to far-off lands? Or perhaps turn it into the largest house ever?
Here's a marvelous picture book, charmingly written and beautifully illustrated, about the power of memory and the magic of friendship.
Order an Autographed Copy of ACK The Nantucket Duckling.
On the island of Nantucket lived a little duckling with a big problem. Ack is afraid to march in the annual Duckling Parade. Will he be laughed at because his beak is so different? Or will he find a way to avoid the Parade before it's too late?
Ack! The Nantucket Duckling is a celebration of unconditional love and self-acceptance. Ack's transformation from timid, self-doubting duckling to courageous, heartwarming hero encourages us to escape the competitive trap of comparison and rejoice in the freedom of simply being who we are.
Order an Autographed Copy of Leslie Baines' "Let's Take A Hike: 7 Family-Friendly Trails on Nantucket!" Illustrated by Danny Moore.
Thirty miles out to sea is the island of Nantucket. Over half of the land has been conserved and remains undeveloped for all residents and visitors to enjoy. These seven hikes were chosen for their natural beauty, historical significance, or connection to the island's natural habitat. The hikes range from half a mile to 3 miles. Each trail includes simple directions, a brief history, and questions for children on nature and subjects of interest about Nantucket.
Jenny's Pennies: A Nantucket Tradition by Peter Saverine
Hardover. Released May 21, 2009
This fun picture book is filled with colorful illustrations and a story told in rhyme of a mermaid named Jenny who collect the pennies thrown off the ferry as visitors round Brant Point upon leaving Nantucket. Jenny redistributes the pennies throughout the island to bring good luck to the finders. It's a great read-aloud and a wonderful souvenir for the kids in your life, whether they got to come to Nantucket or not!