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Books with author S.E. Heller

  • Psyduck Ducks Out

    S.E. Heller

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc., July 25, 2017)
    When Psyduck evolves into Golduck, Misty is thrilled! Golduck is the fastest swimmer of all. Besides, training Psyduck was one big headache. Psyduck was totally clueless and clumsy, except when it got a headache. Then its attacks were unstoppable -- especially against Team Rocket! But is Golduck about to give Misty a big surprise? This reissued illustrated chapter book is based on the classic characters found in Pokemon GO and the classic animated series on Netflix.
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  • Bellossom's Big Battle

    S.E. Heller

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc., July 1, 2001)
    Team Rocket follows Ash and Pikachu as they visit the city of Florando, but as Team Rocket tries to steal all the performing Pokâemon in the city, Pikachu and his new friend Bellossom, a Flower Pokâemon, must stop them.
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  • Psyduck Ducks Out

    S.E. Heller

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc., Dec. 1, 2000)
    When Psyduck, a Pokâemon who is sometimes less than cooperative, evolves into Golduck, Misty thinks the change will be an improvement, but when Team Rocket appears on the scene Misty must be ready for a surprise.
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  • A Pokemon Snow-Down

    Sarah E. Heller

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Jan. 1, 2001)
    When a sudden blizzard separates Ash and Pikachu from their friends during a mountain hike, Ash must use his skills as a Pokâemon trainer to survive the night.
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  • Raichu Shows Off

    Sarah E. Heller

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Aug. 1, 2000)
    While aboard a ship of performing Pokemon, Team Rocket tries to steal the show, and Raichu helps his new friends, Ash and Pikachu, make Team Rocket walk the plank.
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  • Horace Wheatson and the Book of Secrets

    P. E. Heller

    language (, Aug. 5, 2019)
    There are two things everyone should know about tree-dwarves: they live inside trees, obviously, and they never, ever leave their town, the County of Thombling. Twelve-year-old Horace Wheatson is fine with the first rule; he quite enjoys living in trees, even though his particular tree-burrow, the Thombling Home for Unwanted and Disregarded Children, is far from cozy. And if you ask Horace, that second rule just goes without saying. Everyone knows that Eaohl is a terribly dangerous land, all with dragons, goblins and those stinky, detestable wizards. Horace’s two best friends, Grindel and Harriet, talk constantly about leaving Thombling, but he knows they wouldn’t last long outside its borders.His life turns upside down when Grindel flees without warning, an event so rare it sends the entire County into an uproar. Determined to find Grindel and bring him back, Horace must face his lifelong fears of the outside world and enter the terrifying River Mouth Woods. With the help of an enthusiastic Harriet, finding Grindel proves to be the easy part, as they soon learn of something terrible: the dreaded wizards want Horace dead, and they are looking everywhere for him.Horace has no idea why the wizards want to kill him, and when trying to learn more, he stumbles upon an obscure riddle whose words point to a mysterious text known only as the book of secrets. The volume might hold the answers Horace is looking for, but in order to find it and save his life, he and his friends must embark on a dangerous journey across the land of Eahol, and go deeper and deeper into a world of adventures and secrets that reveal more about Horace’s unknown past, and Eaohl’s uncertain future, than any of them could have ever imagined.
  • Disney's princess collection: Love & friendship stories

    Sarah E Heller

    Hardcover (Scholastic, March 15, 2000)
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  • The Snubbull Blues

    Sarah E. Heller

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Aug. 1, 2001)
    After Snubbull runs away once again from its rich, overprotective owner, Ash, Brock and Pikachu find it and offer their help, but Snubbull wants instead to join its friend Meowth.
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  • It Would Be Cool

    C.S. Heller

    language (, July 17, 2013)
    A whimsical journey through all the "cool" things animals could be or do, It Would Be Cool is a book that speaks to young children with instantly recognizable images and ultimately challenges them to use their own imagination.Inspired by conversations with a toddler, this book is designed as a quick read with an open ending for your own improvisation.Book length: 12 pagesFor ages 1-5 years
  • Cardcaptors Best Friends Tattoo Storybook

    Sarah Heller, Sarah E. Heller

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, May 1, 2001)
    Introduces Sakura's friends Kero, Madison, and Li, and offers Cardcaptors trivia questions and a friendship quiz.
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  • Horace Wheatson and the Book of Secrets

    P. E. Heller

    Paperback (Independently published, Aug. 6, 2019)
    There are two things everyone should know about tree-dwarves: they live inside trees, obviously, and they never, ever leave their town, the County of Thombling. Twelve-year old Horace Wheatson is fine with the first rule; he quite enjoys living in trees, even though his particular tree-burrow, the Thombling Home for Unwanted and Disregarded Children, is far from cozy. And if you ask Horace, that second rule just goes without saying. Everyone knows that Eaohl is a terribly dangerous land, all with dragons, goblins and those stinky, detestable wizards. Horace’s two best friends, Grindel and Harriet, talk constantly about leaving Thombling, but he knows they wouldn’t last long outside its borders.His life turns upside down when Grindel flees without warning, an event so rare it sends the entire County into an uproar. Determined to find Grindel and bring him back, Horace must face his lifelong fears of the outside world and enter the terrifying River Mouth Woods. With the help of an enthusiastic Harriet, finding Grindel proves to be the easy part, as they soon learn of something terrible: the dreaded wizards want Horace dead, and they are looking everywhere for him.Horace has no idea why the wizards want to kill him, and, when trying to learn more, he stumbles upon an obscure riddle whose words point to a mysterious text known only as the book of secrets. The volume might hold the answers Horace is looking for, but in order to find it and save his life, he and his friends must embark on a dangerous journey across the land of Eahol, and go deeper and deeper into a world of adventures and secrets that reveal more about Horace’s unknown past, and Eaohl’s uncertain future, than any of them could have ever imagined.
  • Snorlax Takes a Stand

    Sarah Heller, S. E. Heller

    School & Library Binding (Tandem Library, Feb. 15, 2001)
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