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Books published by publisher Dutton Juvenile

  • 2030: A Day in the Life of Tomorrow's Kids

    Amy Zuckerman, James Daly, John Manders

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, March 19, 2009)
    Global events and new technology change how we live from moment to moment. So, what will our world be like in twenty years? Come take a look as futurists Amy Zuckerman and James Daly examine what a kid’s daily life might be like in the year 2030. Inspired and informed by trends and scientifi c and technological research, 2030 is not only a peek at some cool future gadgets (talking dog collars, cars that drive themselves), but also a thoughtful examination of how our lives might be impacted as we adjust to environmental change.
  • We're Off to Find the Witch's House

    Mr. Krieb

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, Aug. 18, 2005)
    When a group of friends heads out on Halloween night to visit the witch's house, they happen upon an assortment of spooky creatures, including a vampire and a skeleton, who make their best attempt at frightening the foursome away, in a slightly spooky holiday tale.
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  • Haunted House

    Jan Pienkowski

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, Aug. 1, 1979)
    Three-dimensional effects highlight this pop-up, haunted house tour that features doors that open and close, ghosts that suddenly appear, and alligators that rise out of a bathtub
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  • Hand Rhymes

    Marc Brown

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, Sept. 17, 1985)
    Illustrates fourteen entertaining hand games with bright, cheerful paintings and easy-to-follow drawings as children animate rhymes like "Two Little Monkeys," "Quack! Quack! Quack!," and "The Caterpillar"
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  • We Gather Together: Celebrating the Harvest Season

    Wendy Pfeffer, Linda Bleck

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, Aug. 17, 2006)
    The fall equinox signals the time of year when we gather our harvests and give thanks for their bounty. With accessible, lyrical prose and vibrant illustrations, this nonfiction picture book explains the science behind autumn and the social history of harvest-time celebrations. We Gather Together presents a remarkable range of cultural traditions throughout the ages and the world, many of which have influenced our contemporary Thanksgiving holiday. Simple science activities, ideas for celebrating in school and at home, and a further reading list are included in the back of the book.
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  • Tales of a Fourth-Grade Nothing

    Judy Blume

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, April 28, 1972)
    Peter finds his demanding two-year-old brother an ever increasing problem.
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  • Pig Pig Gets a Job

    David McPhail

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, Sept. 6, 1990)
    Pig Pig thinks of all the jobs he could get, from cook to auto mechanic, and is enthusiastic about performing similar tasks for his family at home.
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  • 2030: A Day in the Life of Tomorrow's Kids

    Amy Zuckerman, James Daly, John Manders

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, March 19, 2009)
    Global events and new technology change how we live from moment to moment. So, what will our world be like in twenty years? Come take a look as futurists Amy Zuckerman and James Daly examine what a kid’s daily life might be like in the year 2030. Inspired and informed by trends and scientifi c and technological research, 2030 is not only a peek at some cool future gadgets (talking dog collars, cars that drive themselves), but also a thoughtful examination of how our lives might be impacted as we adjust to environmental change.
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  • Jack Of All Tails

    Kim E. Norman, David H. Clark

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, June 14, 2007)
    Raised in a family that performs as animals to help train others how to raise real pets, Kristi tries her best to be the best animal she can be, but when things go wrong time and again, Kristi begins to doubt if she will ever find her true calling in the family business or beyond.
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  • A Friend for Minerva Louise

    Janet Morgan Stoeke

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, Sept. 1, 1997)
    In a story highlighted by in bright, baby-fresh colors, Minerva Louise, an adorable, inquisitive, birdbrained hen, searches high and low for the new arrival at her house.
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  • Wolf Wing: Claidi Journals; Book IV

    Tanith Lee

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, Sept. 15, 2003)
    Following their marriage, Claidi and Argul are drawn back to her birthplace, the House, where yet again they are led to seek the answer to the riddle of Ustareth. 15,000 first printing.
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  • John Pig's Halloween

    Jan L. Waldron, David M. McPhail

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, Sept. 1, 1998)
    Terrified of trick-or-treating, John Pig hides in his house, until a wacky pie-baking witch zooms into his kitchen and attracts a wealth of silly monsters with her culinary creations, causing John to overcome his fear.
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