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Books with author Nancy W. Stevenson

  • WHERE IS ELMO'S BLAN

    Nancy Stevenson

    Board book (Random House Books for Young Readers, Sept. 21, 1999)
    Oh no! Elmo's lost his very favorite blanket! Toddlers can help Elmo in his quest for it by lifting over 30 flaps to reveal dozens of fun Sesame Street surprises.
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  • Oh, Bother! Someone's Jealous!

    Betty Birney, Nancy W. Stevenson

    Paperback (Golden Pr, June 1, 1994)
    When Roo is able to bounce up the hill in two less bounces than Tigger, Tigger decides not play any longer
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  • Capitol Code

    Nancy Stevenson

    eBook (AuthorHouse, March 27, 2014)
    Capitol Code is a story of a shy young girl trying to fit into a new life in a new city who finds herself at the center of a government corruption scandal. As the fast-paced events unfold around her, we see Leili growing in confidence even as her challenges get more difficult. Most importantly, she learns to trust herself and others.On her 13th birthday, Leili Teng moves to Washington, D.C. when her widowed father, John Teng, takes a new job with the Commerce Department. He is an expert on coded communication and privacy issues and soon discovers thefts of bank codes and military secrets that threaten his safety and that of his daughter. Forced into hiding, John Teng involves Leili in his efforts to expose the criminals.John Teng has taught Leili simple codes since her early childhood. He directs Leilis escape through these codes and gives her instructions to help solve the Internet thefts. As she moves through Washington, meeting with some people, hiding from others, Leili leans on her knowledge of the city, her sleuthing instincts and a small group of friends to carry out her fathers instructions.The action takes place in and around some of the most famous buildings, monuments and scenic places in Washington, D.C. John Teng has taken his daughter to many of these sites on what they both refer to as the Teng Topical Tours. Capitol Code gives the reader insight into the significance of these places and what they mean to the national identity. Capitol Code is about friendship and trust, the maturing of a strong, young teen-aged girl and the timely topic of balancing security needs and citizens personal privacy.
  • Horse Dreams

    Nancy Stevenson

    eBook (AuthorHouse, Aug. 25, 2012)
    Horse Dreams is a coming-of-age novel about an eleven year old lonely, latch-key girl, Izzy Carlucci, who dreams of horses and riding lessons forbidden by her mother. Izzy does small odd jobs for neighbors in her city apartment building, earning money for lessons kept secret from her demanding mother. Running errands, Izzy makes friends, in particular a mysterious old woman. From an aging stallion and this elderly friend, Izzy learns horse skills, people savvy and self reliance. When the stallion develops pneumonia, Izzy cares for him day after day. Her dedication heals the stallion and earns her mothers respect.As Izzy turns twelve, her horse dreams help her find strength to appreciate her mother, find new dreams and face the death of her wise old friend.
  • The Magic School Bus Hops Home: A Book About Animal Habitats

    Pat Relf, Nancy Stevenson

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Feb. 1, 1995)
    When a bullfrog hops out of the classroom window, Ms. Frizzle and her students take a wild ride from a frog's-eye-view to learn about animal habitats in a book that complements the new PBS animated series. Original. TV tie-in.
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  • Oh, Bother! Someone Won't Share!

    Betty Birney, Nancy W. Stevenson

    Paperback (Golden Pr, May 1, 1993)
    This colorful picture book is one of the titles in a special Pooh series that addresses -- and resolves -- simple childhood problems. This time the problem is sharing. When harvest time comes, Rabbit the gardener doesn't want to share his delicious carrots and cabbages with his hungry friends. When Pooh and the others rush to save Rabbit's vegetables from an early frost, Rabbit learns his lesson and thanks his friends with baskets full of vegetables.
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  • Spring Cleaning: Featuring Jim Henson's Sesame Street Muppets

    Pat Tornborg, Nancy W. Stevenson

    Hardcover (Western Pub. Co. in conjunction with Children's Television Workshop, March 15, 1980)
    Bert and Ernie spend an exhausting day doing spring cleaning.
  • Horse Dreams

    Nancy Stevenson

    Paperback (AuthorHouse, Aug. 25, 2012)
    Horse Dreams is a coming-of-age novel about an eleven year old lonely, latch-key girl, Izzy Carlucci, who dreams of horses and riding lessons forbidden by her mother. Izzy does small odd jobs for neighbors in her city apartment building, earning money for lessons kept secret from her demanding mother. Running errands, Izzy makes friends, in particular a mysterious old woman. From an aging stallion and this elderly friend, Izzy learns horse skills, people savvy and self reliance. When the stallion develops pneumonia, Izzy cares for him day after day. Her dedication heals the stallion and earns her mother's respect. As Izzy turns twelve, her horse dreams help her find strength to appreciate her mother, find new dreams and face the death of her wise old friend.
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  • Capitol Code

    Nancy Stevenson

    Paperback (AuthorHouse, March 27, 2014)
    Capitol Code is a story of a shy young girl trying to fit into a new life in a new city who finds herself at the center of a government corruption scandal. As the fast-paced events unfold around her, we see Leili growing in confidence even as her challenges get more difficult. Most importantly, she learns to trust herself and others. On her 13th birthday, Leili Teng moves to Washington, D.C. when her widowed father, John Teng, takes a new job with the Commerce Department. He is an expert on coded communication and privacy issues and soon discovers thefts of bank codes and military secrets that threaten his safety and that of his daughter. Forced into hiding, John Teng involves Leili in his efforts to expose the criminals. John Teng has taught Leili simple codes since her early childhood. He directs Leili's escape through these codes and gives her instructions to help solve the Internet thefts. As she moves through Washington, meeting with some people, hiding from others, Leili leans on her knowledge of the city, her sleuthing instincts and a small group of friends to carry out her father's instructions. The action takes place in and around some of the most famous buildings, monuments and scenic places in Washington, D.C. John Teng has taken his daughter to many of these sites on what they both refer to as the Teng Topical Tours. Capitol Code gives the reader insight into the significance of these places and what they mean to the national identity. Capitol Code is about friendship and trust, the maturing of a strong, young teen-aged girl and the timely topic of balancing security needs and citizens' personal privacy.
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  • The Zubble-Wump

    Nancy Stevenson

    Board book (Random House Books for Young Readers, Oct. 28, 1997)
    So what is a Zubble-wump? Well, it's not fish, nor fowl, nor double-hump camel, nor zubble-wump lizard, or mammal. Young readers will have to read on to discover the answer in this delightful shaped board book.
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  • Capitol Code

    Nancy Stevenson

    Hardcover (AuthorHouse, March 26, 2014)
    Capitol Code is a story of a shy young girl trying to fit into a new life in a new city who finds herself at the center of a government corruption scandal. As the fast-paced events unfold around her, we see Leili growing in confidence even as her challenges get more difficult. Most importantly, she learns to trust herself and others. On her 13th birthday, Leili Teng moves to Washington, D.C. when her widowed father, John Teng, takes a new job with the Commerce Department. He is an expert on coded communication and privacy issues and soon discovers thefts of bank codes and military secrets that threaten his safety and that of his daughter. Forced into hiding, John Teng involves Leili in his efforts to expose the criminals. John Teng has taught Leili simple codes since her early childhood. He directs Leili's escape through these codes and gives her instructions to help solve the Internet thefts. As she moves through Washington, meeting with some people, hiding from others, Leili leans on her knowledge of the city, her sleuthing instincts and a small group of friends to carry out her father's instructions. The action takes place in and around some of the most famous buildings, monuments and scenic places in Washington, D.C. John Teng has taken his daughter to many of these sites on what they both refer to as the Teng Topical Tours. Capitol Code gives the reader insight into the significance of these places and what they mean to the national identity. Capitol Code is about friendship and trust, the maturing of a strong, young teen-aged girl and the timely topic of balancing security needs and citizens' personal privacy.
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  • Oh, Bother! Someone Won't Share

    Betty Birney, Nancy W. Stevenson

    Hardcover (Goldencraft, Oct. 1, 1993)
    Rabbit won't share his carrots with Pooh and Piglet, but when a frost threatens to ruin his garden, he realizes how important sharing is