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    Boy Who Cried Wolf, The And Other Favorite Fairytales

    Boy Who Cried Wolf, The And Other Favorite Fairytales

    Includes:
    • THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF - written by B.G. Hennessy, illustrated by Boris Kulikov, narrated by Peter Scolari
    • CHICKEN LITTLE - written by Rebecca Emberley, illustrated by Ed Emberley, narrated by Water Mayes
    • RAPUNZEL - written and illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky, narrated by Maureen Anderman
    • THE THREE BILLY GOATS GRUFF - written by PC Asbjornsen and JE Moe, illustrated by Marcia Brown. A wicked troll tries in vain to gobble up a family of goats when they go trip trapping over his bridge.

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    Golden Boy

    Golden Boy

    by Tara Sullivan

    The harrowing story of a 13-year-old Tanzanian boy whose albinism causes his family to abandon him and makes him a target for hunters. "Riveting."—Kirkus, starred review

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The Boys' Book

How to Be the Best at Everything

Author: Scholastic , Dominique Enright and Guy MacDonald

Illustrator: Nikalas Catlow

Editor: Philippa Wingate and Samantha Barnes

Series: Best at Everything

Interest Level:
3-7

Lexile Framework:
1040L

Guided Reading Level:
T

Age:
8-12

Genre:
Functional and How-To, Series

Subject:
Hobbies, Play, Recreation

About This Book

How to do almost anything in one handy book.

Found yourself in a sticky situation? Inside you'll learn how to escape quicksand (p. 40), build a raft (p.41), start a survival fire (p.99), or fly a helicopter (p. 11).

Want to impress your friends? Now you can rip a phonebook in half (p. 35), hypnotize a chicken (p. 56), or read their minds (p. 73).

Boring Saturday afternoon? Not anymore when you find out how to make a waterbomb (p. 79), a boomerang (p. 95), or a volcano (p. 88).

And loads of other keen things you need to know how to do!


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