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Franklin Makes a Deal

adapted by Sharon Jennings; Alice Sinkner; Jelena Sisic; Shelley Southern & Sean Jeffrey
edition: Hardcover
also available: Paperback
  • age: 3 to 8
  • Grade: p to 3
tagged: turtles, media tie-in

In this Franklin TV Storybook, Franklin finds out that the best way to get ahead is to keep his promise.

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Marilou Forecasts the Future

by Raymond Plante, illustrated by Marie-Claude Favreau, translated by Sarah Cummins
edition: Paperback
tagged: humorous stories, friendship, chapter books

On the way home from school Marilou finds a briefcase. She takes it to the owner, an astrologer, who thanks her by making a chart based on Marilou's date of birth. Marilou decides to do the same thing for her friends. Her predictions are surprisingly accurate, but her friend Boris challenges her -- is it astrology or manipulation? Readers will enjo …

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The Countess And Me

by Paul Kropp
edition: Paperback
also available: Hardcover
tagged: self-esteem & self-reliance, peer pressure

When he first meets Countess von Loewen, Jordan finds himself obliging her by burying a quartz skull she claims is cursed. She's not your typical neighbor. But soon she employs him as her gardener, and Jordan eventually grows to care about the lonely old lady. Besides, the countess believes in him as nobody ever has; she knows Jordan can become wha …

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Discovering Canada's Communities

15 Pack

by J. Bradley Cruxton
edition: Kit
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Discovering Canada's Communities examines and compares Canada's urban and rural communities, with a focus on human and environmental interactions. Students will compare the communities' cultural backgrounds, as well as their use of space and services within the community. This book also investigates and describes the interaction between people and …

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Discovering Communities

edited by J. Bradley Cruxton
edition: Paperback
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Discovering Communities examines and compares Canada's urban and rural communities, with a focus on human and environmental interactions. Students will compare the communities' cultural backgrounds, as well as their use of space and services within the community. This book also investigates and describes the interaction between peop …

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Franklin's Christmas

A Sticker Activity Book

adapted by Sasha McIntyre & Alice Sinkner
edition: Paperback
tagged: turtles

It's Christmas at Franklin's house! With 30 reusable stickers, kids can join Franklin and his family as they decorate the tree, open presents on Christmas morning and sit down to a delicious holiday dinner! This Franklin Activity Book includes 16 pages of games, activities and puzzles.

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Animals Can Be So Sleepy

by Dianne Swanson
edition: Hardcover
also available: Paperback
  • age: 3 to 7
  • Grade: p to 2
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Do you ever take an afternoon nap? A polar bear does! It curls up on the cold snow, using its fur coat for a comforter and its big paw for a pillow. An iguana would rather snooze on the rocky shore, basking in the sunshine. From walruses to chimpanzees, all animals need a little shut-eye. In these pages, you'll discover who snoozes and who snores!

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Animals Can Be So Hard to See

by Dianne Swanson
edition: Hardcover
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Do you ever play hide-and-seek? So do animals. Fish hide in seaweed forests, and red foxes dig deep burrows beneath big logs. A polar bear lies snug and warm in its den. From birds nesting in a thick bush to a brown gecko disguising itself as a rock, animals can be hard to see.

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Animals Can Be So Speedy

by Dianne Swanson
edition: Hardcover
also available: Paperback
  • age: 3 to 7
  • Grade: p to 2
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Do you ever play tag or run for a ball? Animals love to run, too. They might chase after food or leap away from trouble. A bald eagle can sweep through the air, scanning the ground from far above. A sea lion can plunge towards the seafloor then ride the ocean waves to shore. From charging cheetahs to zooming dragonflies, Animals Can Be So Speedy is …

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