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  • Mr. Sneeze

    Roger Hargreaves

    Paperback (Price Stern Sloan, Dec. 31, 2001)
    Poor Mr. Sneeze-he lives in Coldland, where everyone has a cold! He's tired of sneezing all the time, so he goes on a journey to try to find some relief.
  • Fanny

    Stephen Cosgrove

    Paperback (Price Stern Sloan, June 2, 1986)
    Sharing life lessons and memorable morals, the Serendipity(tm) books are a seasoned favorite with children and parents alike. So journey to the magical, mystical land of Serendipity(tm) with these four cherished editions featuring newly revised text from the author. Fanny, a kitten with only three legs, and her friend Ruby, a puppy, help the other farm animals learn that being handicapped is only a state of mind.
  • Choose Your Own Journey: The Search for Earth's Surface

    Justine Fontes, Ron Fontes

    Paperback (Price Stern Sloan, May 29, 2008)
    The reader's choices determine what happens to Trevor Anderson, his nephew Sean, and their guide Hannah as they search for Trevor's missing brother, Max, who believed that Jules Verne's classic novel was fact, not fiction.
  • A House Full Of Cats

    Kitty Higgins, Robin James

    Hardcover (Price Stern Sloan, June 17, 1991)
    Miss Durbin and her dog must share their living space with 204 cats, who fill the hall, the closets, and even the well
  • Don't Eat This Book

    Nikalas Catlow, David Sinden

    Paperback (Price Stern Sloan, Sept. 12, 2013)
    This is no ordinary activity book. It's a chance to ignore everything your parent, teacher and bossy big sister have ever told you about what NOT to do to books. Because with this book -- anything goes. Learn how to step through an ordinary page (you'll need scissors), make a water bomb (you'll need, er, water!) and discover creative talents you never knew you had as you tear, snip, stamp, stick, rip, splash, and generally destroy this book! Rule number one: THERE ARE NO RULES.
  • Little Miss Late

    Roger Hargreaves

    Paperback (Price Stern Sloan, July 31, 2008)
    Little Miss Late as you can imagine, is late for everything. If you ask her round for dinner, she probably won't arrive until next week, and that's if you're lucky!
  • Wee Col W/s For Xmas

    Pamela Conn Beall, Susan Hagen Nipp, Nancy Spence Klein

    Paperback (Price Stern Sloan, June 21, 1989)
    Book by Beall, Pamela Conn, Nipp, Susan Hagen
  • Serendipity

    Stephen Cosgrove

    Paperback (Price Stern Sloan, Oct. 15, 1986)
    A giant pink sea creature encounters careless fishermen and polluted seas as she follows a walrus and a dolphin to the Island of Capri to find out what kind of animal she is
  • The Great Show-and-Tell Disaster

    Mike Reiss, Mike Cressy

    Hardcover (Price Stern Sloan, Oct. 15, 2001)
    When a young inventor named Ned realizes he doesn't have anything for show-and-tell, he whips up something unique from the odds and ends in his closet. The result is "Ned's Mix-Up Ray," a device that scrambles the letters in a word, changing the object into something else entirely. It's bad enough that he changes his AUNT into a TUNA and the PEAS and GRAPES at the local grocer's into APES with PAGERS. But when he uses the device on his classmates (BRIAN becomes a disembodied BRAIN and poor KRISTEN turns into a STINKER), he pushes things too far. Following a BUS ride, (well, a SUB ride, actually) and a disastrous field trip to an art museum, Ned realizes that he hasn't been kind. So putting his inventive mind to work, he comes up with an ingenious solution to fix all the trouble he's caused. From the off-kilter mind of Mike Reiss, author of the best-selling How Murray Saved Christmas and former writer for The Simpsons, comes this hilarious tale of a show-and-tell project gone waaaay out of control. Mike Reiss' other TV writing credits include The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, It's Garry Shandling's Show, Alf, and The Critic, starring Jon Lovitz, which he co-created. His first book, How Murray Saved Christmas, received unanimous rave reviews.
  • A Christmas-tastic Carol

    Max Brallier, Emily Warren

    Hardcover (Price Stern Sloan, Oct. 16, 2014)
    Ice King stood at the window of his castle. “I HATE Christmas,” he cried out. “What a miserable hassle! People celebrating, dancing and stuff! To them all I say, ‘Bah! Hum butt!!!’” Adventure Time takes on Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol in this beautifully envisioned deluxe jacket picture book. This is the perfect holiday gift for all Adventure Time fans.
  • Jay Jay Earns His Wings

    Jodi Huelin

    Mass Market Paperback (Price Stern Sloan, June 3, 2002)
    Big Jake awards Jay Jay a delivery route of his own, but when Jay Jay makes an unscheduled landing, he falls asleep and misses making his first delivery, in a title based on the popular television series. Original.
  • Who'd Have Thunk It?

    Wrigley Stuart

    Paperback (Price Stern Sloan, Oct. 16, 2014)
    Did you know that Gumball has broken 271 bones? That's more bones than there are in a cat skeleton! Darwin is scared of ghosts, snakes, and saxophones!This 208-page The Amazing World of Gumball trivia book contains 300 awesome facts about Gumball, Darwin, and all of their family and friends in Elmore.