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Books with author John Nez

  • Me by Elton John

    John

    Hardcover (Macmillan, Dec. 4, 2019)
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  • Great Mysteries and Little Plagues

    John Neal

    eBook (, March 30, 2011)
    This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
  • The Twelve Days of Christmas in Washington

    John Abbott Nez

    Hardcover (Sterling Children's Books, Oct. 4, 2011)
    What could be a more perfect place to spend Christmas than the tree-filled “Evergreen State”? Max has a festive time seeing a pod of killer whales, yodeling in an Alpine village tucked high in the mountains, shopping for gifts at Pike's Place Market, and going right to the top of the Space Needle!
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  • One Smart Cookie

    John Nez

    eBook (Albert Whitman & Company, Jan. 1, 2006)
    This book is specially designed in Amazon's fixed-layout KF8 format with region magnification. Double-tap on an area of text to zoom and read. Cookie the dog is the best reader in the Baxter family--he's even learning to write! When Pet's Day arrives at Nash and Duffy's school, they bring in Cookie to show the other students. The other kids are amazed by the dog's reading.
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  • Cromwell Dixon's Sky Cycle

    John Nez

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, May 14, 2009)
    Provides a look at the nation's obsession with aviation following the first historic flight by the Wright brothers and the crazy inventions that were developed during this period, including the flying bicycle known as the "Sky-Cycle" that was built by a 14-year-old boy in his own backyard.
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  • One Smart Cookie

    John Nez

    Hardcover (Albert Whitman & Company, Jan. 1, 2006)
    Cookie the dog is the best reader in the Baxter family--he's even learning to write! When Pet's Day arrives at Nash and Duffy's school, they bring in Cookie to show the other students. The other kids are amazed by the dog's reading.
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  • One Smart Cookie

    John Nez

    Paperback (Scholastic, March 15, 2009)
    When Cookie, a dog who can read and write, goes to school, he not only inspires the children there, ...
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  • Music Drama in Schools

    John

    Hardcover (Cambridge University Press, Sept. 2, 1971)
    xii 176p red cloth, dustjacket, musical examples in text, bibliography, index, jacket somewhat creased & torn, from a Cambridge college library, still very good
  • Doris's Dinosaur

    John Nez

    School & Library Binding (Topeka Bindery, Sept. 15, 2001)
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  • Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?

    John Peel, John Nez

    Paperback (Golden Books, June 1, 1991)
    The reader, as a detective for the Acme Detective Agency, pursues Carmen Sandiego and her gang around the world in an attempt to find four stolen treasures
  • The Twelve Days of Christmas in Washington

    John Abbott Nez

    Board book (Sterling Children's Books, Oct. 3, 2017)
    On the first day of Christmas my parents gave to me . . . a holiday book about my very own state!The TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS IN series . . . now in board book!What could be a more perfect place to spend Christmas than the “Evergreen State”? Max has a festive time seeing a pod of killer whales, yodeling in an Alpine village, shopping for gifts at Pike's Place Market, and going right to the top of the Space Needle!
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  • Cromwell Dixon's Sky Cycle

    John Nez

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, May 14, 2009)
    In the years and decades following the Wright Brothers' famous first flight, an obsession with aviation gripped the nation. Thousands caught the bug. In an era of innovation and invention, scores of people pursued their own personal dreams of building a flying machine, and many did so right in their own backyards. Few stories, though, are as remarkable as that of Cromwell Dixon, a fourteen-year-old boy who successfully designed, built and flew what he dubbed his "Sky-Cycle" - literally a flying bicycle, that he could fully steer, and that he flew thousands of feet in the air.
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