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$7.95 – $15.95"Click-click-clacking up the track. Sinking lower, peering back. Slowly climbing to the top. Edging closer toward the drop."$16.95Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages…$16.95In this touching story, a young Jewish girl tries to make peace with the impending death of her grandfather.Journalist Ida B. Wells faces the greatest challenge of her life as a tireless crusader for justice and civil rights.$8.99A gently humorous, reassuring story that will help take the worry out of childhood fears.$17.99YA author Jenna Guillaume is back with a fun and modern feminist twist on the 1985 pop cult film Weird Science.$7.95 – $16.95What happens when everything you thought was true about your life turns out to be a lie?$10.95This volume features collected wisdom of Henry David Thoreau.$7.95"It was an avalanche of water bearing down on them, rushing toward them. The pillar of water grew higher and higher...As if daring the sea to their final battle, the captain swung the Ethie around to face her enemy head on. All aboard saw the wave surge..."$16.95In With All My Might, his definitive autobiography, Caldwell tells about his work as a cotton picker, stagehand, professional football player, and war correspondent for Life magazine during World War II.$14.95"If I looked down and found a wishing penny winking from a weedy sidewalk crack, I'd wish for you. . ."$6.95An endearing board book with adorable babies on the go during the winter season$6.95In order to win an important baseball game, twelve-year-old Kyle claims to have made a difficult catch, which he actually dropped.$15.95Can a rescued horse help Ali get through to her brother, who has returned from Afghanistan with PTSD?$6.95Chris Platt’s beloved novel is back in print!The remarkable, little-known story of William Still, known as the Father of the Underground Railroad from award-winning author-illustrator Don Tate$14.95A practical plan developed by expert psychologists to help identify and improve adult social skills and aid in relationship building$16.95"Someone's going into Grandma's cottage. Someone hears a trip-trapping over his head. Someone is climbing up a giant beanstalk... Who Is It?"$15.95Belly buttons! Everyone has one. Some are innies. Some are outies. And they always fascinate young children.$21.95In this sequel to Run With the Horsemen, the redoubtable Porter Osborne, Jr., a little older and slightly more worldly, leaves home for college.$6.95Take a trip through the animal world in this exquisitely-illustrated counting book.$16.95Fans of Lauren Child will love this unique bedtime book that combines teddy bears, familiar fairy tale characters, and a surprise ending in which Santa saves the day!$7.95 – $16.95A cat's curiosity lands him in a tight spot in this simple but stunning book, featuring cheerful animal sounds and an entertaining find-and-seek element.$16.95Adorable illustrations and a soothing text depict the many ways animal babies hide.$7.95You'll never forget this story of a young boy's struggle to find his place in the world.$12.95A simple story with lovable characters that reassuringly depicts the familiar childhood experience of being lost... and found.$15.95When young Melissa sweeps, her broom becomes her dancing partner, and together they turn a common chore into an adventure.$13.95What was it like when I was a baby?$7.95 – $16.95A colorful look at the amazing ways animals behave and interact with their environments on a rainy day$15.95Moving to a new home is hard - even when you're a robot.$16.95Share this moving story of steadfast devotion and hope with someone you love.$7.95 – $15.95There's a wolf in the woods and everyone says: "She's big and she's bad, she's old and she's hairy. Best leave her alone, she's mean and she's SCARY!”$14.95This volume is a collection of thought-provoking, inspirational, sometimes humorous essays on raising our children.$16.95Enjoy this lyrical visit to the seashore in words and pictures.$9.99 – $17.99You know all those movies where teenagers have, like, THE TIME OF THEIR LIVES? This vacation is probably not going to be that.