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Books published by publisher Putnam Juvenile

  • Tomie dePaola's Favorite Nursery Tales

    Tomie dePaola

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, Sept. 26, 1986)
    The artist selects a host of popular fairy tales and folk stories by Andersen, Grimm, Jacobs, and others
  • Here We All Are

    Tomie dePaola

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, April 3, 2000)
    In this sequel to 26 Fairmount Avenue, Tomie and his family prepare for an addition to their family, and encounter all the adventures that go with expecting a new baby. 30,000 first printing.
  • Who's Saying What in Jamestown, Thomas Savage?

    Jean Fritz, Sally Wern Comport

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, April 5, 2007)
    Published to coincide with Jamestown's 400th anniversary, a fascinating picture book traces the life Thomas Savage, who, at the age of thirteen, served as an interpreter between the Indians and the colonists in the New World until tensions escalated.
  • Swan Lake

    Rachel Isadora

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, Sept. 18, 1991)
    A prince's love for a swan queen overcomes an evil sorcerer's spell in this fairy tale adaptation of the classic ballet
  • Whoa, Jealousy!

    Woodleigh Marx Hubbard

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, June 10, 2002)
    Jealousy, envy, greed, and rivalry come into a person's life in the forms of various animals and all kinds of bad things happen.
  • Flanimals

    Ricky Gervais, Rob Steen

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, Feb. 17, 2005)
    What is Glonk's favorite pastime? If a Puddloflaj's eyes pop out why can't it pick them up? The Plamglotis only eats two things in its entire life. What are they? Why don't you know the answers? What's wrong with you? Anyway. Help is at hand from Ricky Gervais.
  • By Bill Maynard - Incredible Ned

    Bill Maynard

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, Oct. 7, 1997)
    Will be shipped from US. Used books may not include companion materials, may have some shelf wear, may contain highlighting/notes, may not include CDs or access codes. 100% money back guarantee.
  • Yours Truly, Lucy B. Parker: Vote for Me!: Book 3

    Robin Palmer

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, May 17, 2011)
    Lucy B. Parker is running for class president! And she's up against the most popular girl in school. Sure, Lucy could let her frister (friend + sister), teen superstar Laurel Moses, campaign for her, but Lucy wants to win as Lucy, not as Laurel-Moses'-less-pretty- less-talented stepsister. To make matters worse, Lucy's feeling totally ignored by her dad and his girlfriend, who are preparing for their new baby-and the baby shower is the same week as the election! How is Lucy going to manage her famous frister, a soon-to-exist baby, and the campaign of the year all at once?
  • Lili at Ballet

    Rachel Isadora

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, March 24, 1993)
    Lili takes ballet lessons four times a week, going to class, working at the barre, and practicing for the year-end performance, in a study that illustrates different positions, clothing, dance steps, and famous roles from classical ballets.
  • The Selfish Giant

    Oscar Wilde, S. Saelig Gallagher

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, March 21, 1995)
    When a giant refuses to allow children to play in his garden, the garden becomes bleak and dark, perpetually enveloped by winter, until a special child melts the giant's heart and brings spring back to the garden, in a beautifully illustrated rendition of Wilde's beloved fable.
  • Dragonhaven

    Robin McKinley

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, Sept. 20, 2007)
    When Jake Mendoza, who lives in the Smokehill National Park where his father runs the Makepeace Institute of Integrated Dragon Studies, goes on his first solo overnight in the park, he finds an infant dragon whose mother has been killed by a poacher.
  • Louder, Lili

    Gennifer Choldenko, S.D. Schindler

    Hardcover (Putnam Juvenile, Sept. 20, 2007)
    Lili is the quietest kid in class. She spends recess inside with Lois, the class?s pet guinea pig, and allows Cassidy do her talking for her, even if it means never getting to have the best parts in games. Sometimes it?s just easier letting Cassidy be in charge, but will Lili have the courage to speak up when it means keeping Lois from getting hurt? This warm, humorous story will speak to any child learning to find his or her own voice?and children used to being the boss might see themselves reflected in Cassidy?s over-the-top antics, as well.