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Books with author Steven Kellogg

  • Chicken Little

    Steven Kellogg

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback Books, June 17, 1987)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Chicken Little and his feathered friends, alarmed that the sky seems to be falling, are easy prey to hungry Foxy Loxy when he poses as a police officer in hopes of tricking them into his truck.
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  • The Mystery of The Missing Red Mitten

    Steven Kellogg

    Paperback (Houghton Mifflin, Aug. 16, 1997)
    Special 5 1/2" x 6" Invitations To Literacy edition-
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  • I Was Born About 10,000 Years Ago: A Tall Tale

    Steven Kellogg

    Library Binding (William Morrow & Co, Sept. 1, 1996)
    Born about 100 centuries ago, the narrator has seen many things happen since he watched Adam and Eve eat an apple.
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  • Give the Dog a Bone

    Steven Kellogg

    Hardcover (SeaStar, Aug. 1, 2000)
    But then what happens? Why, it's one wild, slapstick adventure involving cobblers, cats, chickens, and much, much more. From poodles to Great Danes, an increasing number of clever canine companions join in the fun--and add up to a most entertaining counting book. Kellogg's witty reinvention of the classic counting song "This Old Man" makes numbers fun for the whole family.
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  • The Three Sillies

    Steven Kellogg

    Hardcover (Candlewick, Nov. 3, 1999)
    A young man believes his sweetheart and her family are the three silliest people in the world until he meets three others who are even sillier.
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  • A Rose For Pinkerton

    Steven Kellogg

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback Books, March 18, 2002)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Pinkerton, the Great Dane, intimidated by Rose, the kitten who wants to be a Great Dane herself, goes to the International Pet Show for expert advice.
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  • The Emerald Blade

    Steven Kelliher

    eBook (Steven Kelliher, May 30, 2017)
    Tense duels and heightened stakes highlight the anticipated follow-up to the debut epic, Valley of Embers.One down. Five to go.For Kole, Linn and the newly-minted heroes of the Valley, their recent victory is short-lived in light of new revelations. The King of Ember is alive. But the man who once led his people against the forces of darkness is changed. His path now takes him to the north and a land called Center, where he intends to bring his power to bear against another would-be God. While Kole and Linn gather a small company to follow the King, another group heads for the northern deserts, intent on discovering what power the Emberfolk left buried in the sands. The Dark Months have faded, but the light cannot last. The time for hiding is over. It’s time for the World to meet the Landkist.
  • Can I Keep Him?

    Steven Kellogg

    Paperback (Puffin, Jan. 1, 1976)
    Arnold's mother refuses to let him keep any of the unusual creatures he brings home
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  • The Three Little Pigs

    Steven Kellogg

    Library Binding (Paw Prints 2009-04-09, April 9, 2009)
    "Open up, Pork Chop! Or I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll flatten this dump!"Three little pigs are happily working away in their delicious family business -- making the best-tasting waffles in the world. Business is so good, in fact, that the three siblings can live comfortably in their very own homes -- Percy in his straw bungalow, Pete in his log cabin, and Prudence in her brick cottage. Then Tempesto, the meanest wolf on the block, shows up and wants more than waffles for breakfast -- he wants the three little pigs! Here is a zany retelling of a classic folktale from master storyteller Steven Kellogg.
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  • The Missing Mitten Mystery Book and Audiocassette Tape Set

    Steven Kellogg, Megan Blane

    Accessory (Scholastic Book Clubs Softcover Book and Audiocassette Tape, Jan. 23, 2004)
    What a difference a new format makes! This "re-imagined" edition of the classic story, originally published as The Mystery of the Missing Red Mitten in 1974, is now in an oversize format with color illustrations, and it seems like a delightful new offering. Annie has lost five mittens this winter, and she's in trouble. She and her dog, Oscar, set out to retrace her steps, through the deep, deep snow. As Annie and Oscar return to where they went sledding and built snow castles, the day's high jinks appear inset in boxes. They follow a bird, and the boxed action becomes Annie's imaginings: the bird has used her mitten for its nest; a mouse is using it for a sleeping bag. Annie wonders if it might be easier to grow new mittens; she thinks about planting her remaining mitten so she'll have a mitten tree next summer with enough mittens to give away on holidays. But when the sun comes out, and the snowman she has made begins melting, the mitten makes its appearance as a snowman's heart. Kellogg really outdoes himself with pictures that are filled with good cheer, warm spirits, and happy daydreams. He captures the way the light looks on a winter's day, and he also shows the way a room glows at Christmas when it's lit by candlelight. A book that's upbeat and touching by turns.
  • Give the Dog a Bone

    Steven Kellogg

    Paperback (Chronicle Books, Aug. 12, 2004)
    But then what happens? Why, it's one wild, slapstick adventure involving cobblers, cats, chickens, and much, much more. From poodles to Great Danes, an increasing number of clever canine companions join in the fun--and add up to a most entertaining counting book. Kellogg's witty reinvention of the classic counting song "This Old Man" makes numbers fun for the whole family.
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  • Yankee Doodle

    Steven Kellogg

    Paperback (Aladdin Paperbacks, June 1, 1996)
    Set to the tune of the same name, a colorfully illustrated picture book captures Yankee Doodle riding through the Revolutionary War, spying on the Redcoats and cheering George Washington's troops on to victory. Simultaneous.
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