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Books with author Edwin Fotheringham

  • Tony Baloney: Pen Pal

    Pam Munoz Ryan, Edwin Fotheringham

    language (Scholastic Inc., June 30, 2015)
    Everyone's favorite penguin--and the star of two best-selling readers in clubs and fairs--is back in another adorable adventure!Tony Baloney is excited. It's Pen Pal Month at school. Tony hopes he and his new pen pal Sam will become friends for life. It looks promising. The two have a lot in common: Sam rides a scooter, plays baseball, is a middle-child, and has a stuffed animal buddy, just like Tony! But when Sam's class comes to visit, Tony gets a big surprise: Sam is a girl! Can Tony be friends for life with a GIRL?
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  • Mermaid Queen: The Spectacular True Story Of Annette Kellerman, Who Swam Her Way To Fame, Fortune & Swimsuit History!

    Shana Corey, Edwin Fotheringham

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, April 1, 2009)
    A fun, feel-good, "underdog" story about a little-known female athlete whose derring-do transformed girls' sports.Are you brave enough to make a wave? If you love sports and people who aren't afraid to swim against the tide, Annette Kellerman and her freestyle approach to life will make your heart swell.With strokes of genius, Shana Corey and Edwin Fotheringham pool their talents to create a winning portrait of a little-known athlete, performer, and fashion revolutionary who broke records (and rules!) and dazzled the world with her splashy pluck and courage.
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  • Full of Beans: Henry Ford Grows a Car

    Peggy Thomas, Edwin Fotheringham

    Hardcover (Calkins Creek, Oct. 15, 2019)
    A NSTA/CBC Best STEM BookFamous car-maker and businessman Henry Ford loved beans. And he showed great innovation with his determination to build his most inventive car--one completely made of soybeans.With a mind for ingenuity, Henry Ford looked to improve life for others. After the Great Depression struck, Ford especially wanted to support ailing farmers. For two years, Ford and his team researched ways to use farmers' crops in his Ford Motor Company. They discovered that the soybean was the perfect answer. Soon, Ford's cars contained many soybean plastic parts, and Ford incorporated soybeans into every part of his life. He ate soybeans, he wore clothes made of soybean fabric, and he wanted to drive soybeans, too. Award-winning author Peggy Thomas and illustrator Edwin Fotheringham explore this American icon's little-known quest.
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  • Tony Baloney Yo Ho Ho, Halloween!

    Pam Muñoz Ryan, Edwin Fotheringham

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, June 28, 2016)
    Halloween is coming! This year, Tony Baloney wants to stand out in the crowd at the school Halloween parade. But can he keep his costume intact until the day of the parade?This hilarious story is great fun for anyone who's ever come up with a brilliant plan that doesn't go quite the way they envisioned...readers will delight in a treat ending-the Baloneys have a few tricks up their sleeves!
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  • What To Do About Alice?: How Alice Roosevelt Broke the Rules, Charmed the World, and Drove Her Father Teddy Crazy!

    Barbara Kerley, Edwin Fotheringham

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, March 1, 2008)
    iIf you like rebel girls, you will LOVE Alice Roosevelt!/ibA Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor BookA Sibert Honor Book* "Superb... a gleeful celebration." -- iKirkus Reviews/i, starred review/bTheodore Roosevelt had a small problem. Her name was Alice. Alice Lee Roosevelt was hungry to go places, meet people, do things. Father called it "running riot." Alice called it "eating up the world." Whether she was entertaining important White House visitors with her pet snake or traveling the globe, Alice bucked convention and turned every new experience into an adventure!Brimming with affection and wit, this spirited biography gives readers a peek at family life inside the White House. Prose and pictures spring, gambol, and two-step across the pages to celebrate a maverick American heroine.
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  • A Home for Mr. Emerson

    Barbara Kerley, Edwin Fotheringham

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, Feb. 25, 2014)
    From the award-winning creators of THOSE REBELS, JOHN & TOM, a joyful portrait of an American icon and an inspiring blueprint for how to live your life."All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better."Before Ralph Waldo Emerson was a great writer, he was a city boy who longed for the broad, open fields and deep, still woods of the country, and then a young man who treasured books, ideas, and people. When he grew up and set out in the world, he wondered, could he build a life around these things he loved?This moving biography--presented with Barbara Kerley and Edwin Fotheringham's inimitable grace and style--illustrates the rewards of a life well-lived, one built around personal passions: creativity and community, nature and friendship.May it inspire you to experiment and build the life you dream of living.
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  • Tony Baloney Buddy Trouble

    Pam Munoz Ryan, Edwin Fotheringham

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, June 24, 2014)
    Tony Baloney--the loveable, highly relatable hero--is back in the second installment of this bravura new Beginning Reader series!Tony Baloney and his best friend,Bob, can't wait for tonight.It's Books and Buddies,the best school event ever! But will a fight with Big Sisterruin everything?With spot-on comic timing and hilariously familiar situations, award-winners Pam Munoz Ryan and Edwin Fotheringham once again examine sibling dynamics with insight and heart. Whether you are a Bossy Biggest, a Mellow (and mischievous) Middle, or a Bothersome Baby, you are sure to find yourself or someone you love in the Baloney family.
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  • Tony Baloney: Pen Pal

    Pam Munoz Ryan, Edwin Fotheringham

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, June 30, 2015)
    Everyone's favorite penguin--and the star of two best-selling readers in clubs and fairs--is back in another adorable adventure!Tony Baloney is excited. It's Pen Pal Month at school. Tony hopes he and his new pen pal Sam will become friends for life. It looks promising. The two have a lot in common: Sam rides a scooter, plays baseball, is a middle-child, and has a stuffed animal buddy, just like Tony! But when Sam's class comes to visit, Tony gets a big surprise: Sam is a girl! Can Tony be friends for life with a GIRL?
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  • The Extraordinary Mark Twain

    Barbara Kerley, Edwin Fotheringham

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, Jan. 1, 2010)
    From the Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor-winning team behind WHAT TO DO ABOUT ALICE?, a humorous and intimate portrait of the most celebrated writer in America, as told by his thirteen-year-old daughter."This is a frank biographer and an honest one; she uses no sandpaper on me." - Mark TwainAn NCTE Orbis Pictus Recommended Book"Inspired." -- The Washington PostFrom the award-winning team behind What to Do About Alice?, comes a humorous and intimate portrait of the most celebrated writer in America, as told by his thirteen-year-old daughter.Susy Clemens thought the world was wrong about her papa. They saw Mark Twain as "a humorist joking at everything." But he was so much more, and Susy was determined to set the record straight. In a journal she kept under her pillow, Susy documented her world-famous father-from his habits (good and bad!) to his writing routine to their family's colorful home life. Her frank, funny, tender biography (which came to be one of Twain's most prized possessions) gives rare insight and an unforgettable perspective on an American icon. Inserts with excerpts from Susy's actual journal give added appeal.
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  • Those Rebels, John & Tom

    Barbara Kerley, Edwin Fotheringham

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, Jan. 1, 2012)
    "Adams and Jefferson help bring forth the Declaration of Independence and... model successful collaboration. Their secret: Speak up and listen to the other guy. Good lessons for today's Washington." --San Francisco ChroniceAn NCTE Orbis Pictus Award Honor BookJohn Adams and Thomas Jefferson were very different. John Adams was short and stout. Thomas Jefferson was tall and lean. John was argumentative and blunt. Tom was soft-spoken and polite. But these two very different gentlemen did have two things in common: They both cared deeply about the American colonies, and neither cared much for the British tyrant, King George.With their signature wit, impeccable research, and inventive presentation style, award winners Barbara Kerley and Edwin Fotheringham masterfully blend biography and history to create a brilliant portrait of two American heroes who bravely set aside their differences to join forces in the fight for our country’s freedom.
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  • Tony Baloney School Rules

    Pam Munoz Ryan, Edwin Fotheringham

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, June 25, 2013)
    Readers everywhere will adore Tony Baloney--the loveable, highly relatable hero of this bravura new Beginning Reader series!Tony Baloney is excited!Today he won't have to obey Bossy Big Sister Baloney. He won't have to play with the Bothersome Babies Baloney. Today he is going to school!Tony Baloney is finally free from the tyranny of his many sisters only to face a new challenge--SCHOOL RULES! How will Tony ever follow them all? True to his resilient spirit, he discovers a first day of school filled with new friends, good fun, a few foibles, and some fantastic surprises!Award-winners Pam Munoz Ryan and Edwin Fotheringham reinvigorate the reader format with their fresh approach to the form. Crafted with all the care and detail of a picture book, and bursting with lyrical, laugh-out-loud text and clever, eye-popping artwork, TONY BALONEY SCHOOL RULES is a fun read aloud and the perfect book to ignite budding readers. The irresistible characters spring off the page and will leap into your heart--especially Tony, who children are sure to embrace like a new best friend.
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  • Tony Baloney Yo Ho Ho, Halloween!

    Pam Muñoz Ryan, Edwin Fotheringham

    eBook (Scholastic Press, June 28, 2016)
    Halloween is coming! This year, Tony Baloney wants to stand out in the crowd at the school Halloween parade. But can he keep his costume intact until the day of the parade?This hilarious story is great fun for anyone who's ever come up with a brilliant plan that doesn't go quite the way they envisioned...readers will delight in a treat ending-the Baloneys have a few tricks up their sleeves!
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