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Books with author Elizabeth O. Dulemba

  • Lula's Brew

    Elizabeth O. Dulemba, Elizabeth Dulemba

    language (Xist Publishing, March 20, 2013)
    Halloween Book for Kids Lula's Aunties want her to be a witch like them. But Lula prefers to study cookbooks rather than spellbooks (and hates to fly on a broom). Lula wants to be a famous chef. In desperation, the Aunties insist she try to make one last potion. Lula secretly adds her cooking flair and in true witchy fashion creates a brew that bewitches the entire town, and her Aunties too! This fun rhyming tale transcends the typical Halloween story to appeal to cooks and "foodies" throughout the year. Find More Great Options for Kindle Kids Books! Xist Publishing Children's Books Choose from over 180 illustrated children's books!
  • A Bird on Water Street

    Elizabeth O. Dulemba

    eBook (Little Pickle Press, Nov. 5, 2019)
    "Elizabeth Dulemba seamlessly melds a coming-of-age story to the reality of life in a single-industry town. This is a book that sings." - Betsy Bird, School Library Journal blog A Fuse #8 ProductionLiving in Coppertown is like living on the moon. Everything is bare-there are no trees, no birds, no signs of nature at all. And while Jack loves his town, he hates the dangerous mines that have ruined the land with years of pollution. When the miners go on strike and the mines are forced to close, Jack's life-long wish comes true: the land has the chance to heal.But not everyone in town is happy about the change. Without the mines, Jack's dad is out of work and the family might have to leave Coppertown. Just when new life begins to creep back into town, Jack might lose his friends, his home, and everything he's ever known.Dulemba paints a vivid picture of life in the Appalachia in this beautiful story about a boy looking for new beginnings while struggling to hold on to the things he loves most.
  • Merbaby's Lullaby

    Jane Yolen, Elizabeth O. Dulemba

    Board book (Little Simon, June 25, 2019)
    From New York Times bestselling author Jane Yolen comes a lilting lullaby from the bottom of the sea.Hush, foam rocker, sleep, wave breaker. Close your eyes and dream, tide breaker. A hush-filled bedtime rhyme for parents to share with their newborns, Merbaby鈥檚 Lullaby is an underwater cradlesong written by Jane Yolen and illustrated by Elizabeth O. Dulemba. Join a mermaid as she helps her merbaby to sleep, rocking with the gentle waves, singing with the whispering whales, and settling in with sea stars lighting the way to sweet dreams.
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  • A Bird on Water Street

    Elizabeth O. Dulemba

    Paperback (Little Pickle Press, Nov. 5, 2019)
    "Elizabeth Dulemba seamlessly melds a coming-of-age story to the reality of life in a single-industry town. This is a book that sings." - Betsy Bird, School Library Journal blog A Fuse #8 ProductionLiving in Coppertown is like living on the moon. Everything is bare-there are no trees, no birds, no signs of nature at all. And while Jack loves his town, he hates the dangerous mines that have ruined the land with years of pollution. When the miners go on strike and the mines are forced to close, Jack's life-long wish comes true: the land has the chance to heal.But not everyone in town is happy about the change. Without the mines, Jack's dad is out of work and the family might have to leave Coppertown. Just when new life begins to creep back into town, Jack might lose his friends, his home, and everything he's ever known.Dulemba paints a vivid picture of life in the Appalachia in this beautiful story about a boy looking for new beginnings while struggling to hold on to the things he loves most.
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  • A Bird on Water Street

    Elizabeth O. Dulemba

    Paperback (Little Pickle Press, May 7, 2014)
    When the birds return to Water Street, will anyone be left to hear them sing? A Bird on Water Street is a coming of age story about Jack, a boy growing up in a Southern Appalachian town environmentally devastated by a century of poor copper-mining practices and pollution. Jack is opposed to the mine where so many of his relatives have died, but how can he tell that to his Dad who wants him to follow in the family trade? Jack just wants his dad safe and the land returned to its pre-mining glory with trees, birds, frogs, and nature--like he's learning about in school. After Jack's uncle is killed in a mining accident and the Company implements a massive layoff, the union organizes and the miners go on strike. It seems Jack's wish is coming true. But the cost may be the ruin of his home and everything he loves. A Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA) Spring OKRA PICK
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  • Soap, Soap, Soap / Jabon, Jabon, Jabon

    Elizabeth O. Dulemba

    Paperback (Raven Tree Press, Sept. 15, 2009)
    Hugo's mamNB sends him to the store to buy soap. Of course, Hugo takes the long way there which gets him into loads of trouble and plenty of mud. With all his adventures, he keeps forgetting what he?s supposed to buy at the store. But through each mishap he?s somehow reminded he needs soap, soap, soap ~ jabon, jabon, jabon! Hugo ends up a muddy mess, but he finally prevails. He buys the soap and returns home only to discover that his mamNB plans to use the soap on him! Soap takes the classic Appalachian Jack Tale and gives it a modern twist. The story now takes place in a small rural town with a sweet little troublemaker named Hugo. The artwork is drawn with graphite and rendered digitally using bright, happy colors reminiscent of this playful tale. The story is presented in English text with embedded Spanish in rojo. The sprinkling of Spanish easily introduces key words using both story context and illustrations to aid in the fun and learning.
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  • Soap, Soap, Soap / Jab贸n, Jab贸n, Jab贸n

    Elizabeth O. Dulemba

    eBook (Raven Tree Press, July 28, 2013)
    This is the bilingual (English/Spanish) version of Soap, Soap, Soap. The Spanish is sprinkled in and as each word is introduced, it is used from there thru to the end of the book. There is also a vocabulary page at the end of the book. Hugo's mam谩 sends him to the store to buy soap. Of course, Hugo takes the long way there which gets him into loads of trouble and plenty of mud. With all of his adventures, he keeps forgetting what he's supposed to buy at the store. But through each mishap he's somehow reminded that he needs soap, soap, soap鈥搄ab贸n, jab贸n, jab贸n! Hugo ends up a muddy mess, but he finally prevails. He buys the soap and returns home only to discover that his mam谩 plans to use the soap on him! This story takes the classic 鈥淎ppalachian Jack鈥 tale and gives it a modern twist鈥
  • Soap, Soap, Soap

    Elizabeth O. Dulemba

    Hardcover (Raven Tree Press, Sept. 15, 2009)
    Hugo's mamNB sends him to the store to buy soap. Of course, Hugo takes the long way there which gets him into loads of trouble and plenty of mud. With all his adventures, he keeps forgetting what he?s supposed to buy at the store. But through each mishap he?s somehow reminded he needs soap, soap, soap ~ jabon, jabon, jabon! Hugo ends up a muddy mess, but he finally prevails. He buys the soap and returns home only to discover that his mamNB plans to use the soap on him! Soap takes the classic Appalachian Jack Tale and gives it a modern twist. The story now takes place in a small rural town with a sweet little troublemaker named Hugo. The artwork is drawn with graphite and rendered digitally using bright, happy colors reminiscent of this playful tale.
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  • Soap, Soap, Soap / Jabon, Jabon, Jabon

    Elizabeth O. Dulemba

    Hardcover (Raven Tree Press, Sept. 15, 2009)
    Hugo's mamNB sends him to the store to buy soap. Of course, Hugo takes the long way there which gets him into loads of trouble and plenty of mud. With all his adventures, he keeps forgetting what he?s supposed to buy at the store. But through each mishap he?s somehow reminded he needs soap, soap, soap ~ jabon, jabon, jabon! Hugo ends up a muddy mess, but he finally prevails. He buys the soap and returns home only to discover that his mamNB plans to use the soap on him! Soap takes the classic Appalachian Jack Tale and gives it a modern twist. The story now takes place in a small rural town with a sweet little troublemaker named Hugo. The artwork is drawn with graphite and rendered digitally using bright, happy colors reminiscent of this playful tale. The story is presented in English text with embedded Spanish in rojo. The sprinkling of Spanish easily introduces key words using both story context and illustrations to aid in the fun and learning.
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  • Lula's Brew

    Elizabeth Dulemba

    Paperback (Xist Publishing, Sept. 20, 2012)
    Lula's Aunties want her to be a witch like them. But Lula would rather study cookbooks than spell books (and hates to fly on a broom). Lula wants to be a famous chef. In desperation, the Aunties insist she try to make one last potion. Lula secretly adds her cooking flair and creates a brew that bewitches the entire town, including her Aunties! This fun rhyming tale transcends the typical Halloween story to appeal to cooks and "foodies" throughout the year.
  • Soap, Soap, Soap

    Elizabeth O. Dulemba

    eBook (Raven Tree Press, )
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  • Coloring Page Tuesdays: I Love To Read

    Elizabeth O Dulemba

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Sept. 23, 2014)
    Award-winning children's book author and illustrator Elizabeth O. Dulemba has been creating a new image each week for six years through her Coloring Page Tuesdays. It's extremely popular with parents, teachers, librarians, booksellers, card makers, and of course with kids! And now you can enjoy Coloring Page Tuesdays in a real coloring book!
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