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Maine is turning 200 and Paul Bunyan and his friend Moose want to throw a party as big as they are. With the help of their friends they plan a spectacular bash and invite every Mainer, as well as anyone from away who would like to attend. Culminating in a grand celebration, this book, weaving in elements of Maine facts and history, is itself a bicentennial celebration of Maine that will help the youngest readers come to love this special place.
Book 1 of the Steambound Trilogy. When Gabby's hand turns to steam, her mom hires an engineer to build a clockwork glove. It's the last thing Gabby wants-if only she could be normal. But when her mom is attacked by something monstrous, normal is no longer an option. Now the only person she can turn to is a grizzled detective, who promises to help her become something ... more. Meanwhile, Kemple's foster dad treats him like a slave. And the beatings are getting worse. So when a rebellious girl named Josephyn arrives-with a plan to escape to the city-he doesn't hesitate. But there are creatures in Iron Bay whose slashes are worse than skin-deep. And as Kemple evolves into something inhuman , his search for a cure begins. They are strangers in a city where carriages rattle, airships rumble, and their own dark pasts continue to haunt them. Soon their paths will collide, and the girl who slays monsters will come face to face with the boy who is becoming a beast.
If you give a child a box, who can tell what will happen next? It may become a library or a boat. It could set the scene for a fairy tale or a wild expedition. The most wonderful thing is its seemingly endless capacity for magical adventure, a feature imaginatively captured in cardboardesque art by Chris Sheban and rhythmically celebrated in this poetic tribute by renowned children's author Jane Yolen.
Hilarity ensues when a boy's eyebrows go rogue in this riotous picture book from the bestselling author of How to Train a Train One morning, Bernard wakes up to find that his eyebrows have gone rogue. They're sabotaging Picture Day, taunting his teacher, and growing, growing, growing out of control! All attempts to wrangle these bad brows just seem to make them angrier and more furrow-cious. Why are Bernard's eyebrows behaving so badly? And what do they want? From Mike Petrik and bestselling author Jason Carter Eaton comes a hilarious romp about everything your face can-and does!-express.