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Books published by publisher Viking Juvenile

  • In the Month of Kislev

    Nina Jaffe, Louise August

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Oct. 1, 1992)
    A wealthy merchant, Feivel learns about the meaning of Hanukkah only after he condemns a small brood of hungry children for begging.
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  • Perez and Martina

    Pura Belpre

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Nov. 1, 1991)
    Martina, a beautiful cockroach, selects a mouse, Perez, to be her husband
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  • Tiger Can't Sleep

    S. J. Fore, R. W. Alley (Illustrator)

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Jan. 19, 2006)
    A young boy is kept awake by the noisy, "talented" tiger in his closet that is busy dancing, eating, and making music, but he finds that the best way to deal with a noisy tiger is to let him snuggle into bed with you.
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  • Fun with Pattern

    Fifi Weinert, Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Mass Market Paperback (Viking Juvenile, Oct. 1, 1995)
    Using this kit, which includes twenty-four stamps, a stamp pad, and an instructional volume, readers can use their creativity and imagination to decorate gift wrap, stationary, birthday cards, book covers, frames, boxes, and more.
  • Gregory's Shadow

    Don Freeman

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Dec. 28, 2000)
    When Gregory the Groundhog sees his shadow and runs away from it the day before Groundhog Day, he must find a way to overcome his fears in order to make his important appearance at the big event. 40,000 first printing.
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  • Uncle Frank's Pit

    Matthew McElligott

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Sept. 1, 1998)
    When Uncle Frank discovers something mysterious emitting waves from the backyard, he decides to find out what it is and begins to dig a hole that becomes so big it not only makes the yard a disaster area but becomes the talk of the neighborhood.
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  • Angelina's Invitation to the Ballet

    Katharine Holabird, Helen Craig

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Sept. 6, 2007)
    Angelina Ballerina is the winner of two tickets to a ballet?who will she choose to take with her? The answer can be found in the six envelopes inside this book! Readers can pull out letters, invitations, tickets to the performance, and a special keepsake poster as they follow along with the story. Featuring a padded cover with eye-catching foil details, this charming book will make an excellent gift for any Angelina fan.
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  • Pippi's Extraordinary Ordinary Day: An illustrated Story Book

    Astrid Lindgren

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Sept. 1, 1999)
    Provides beginning readers with a lively illustrated compilation of adventurous tales as Pippi, the unique and unusual, goes about doing everything she does in her own special way.
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  • Turtle and Snake and the Christmas Tree

    Kate Spohn

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Sept. 25, 2000)
    Turtle and Snake are ready to decorate a Christmas tree but they first need to find the perfect tree, and after searching high and low, they find just the right one in their own yard. Simultaneous.
  • Pet of the Met

    Don Freeman

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, May 15, 2008)
    A classic returns! Viking is pleased to reissue this Don Freeman tale about an operaloving mouse. Maestro Petrini, the tiny page-turner for the Prompter at the Metropolitan Opera House, has always evaded Mefisto the cat until the day Petrini gets carried away by Mozart?s Magic Flute and joins the performers onstage.
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  • The Incas

    Tim Wood

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Nov. 1, 1996)
    Young readers can discover the secrets of the Inca civilization and peel back the double-page acetates to look inside a typical Inca house, a temple to the sun god, an emperor's palace, and a messenger's roadside way station.
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  • What Makes the Seasons?

    Megan Montague Cash

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Sept. 15, 2003)
    Why do leaves fall off trees? What makes flowers bud? What makes snow? In delightful rhyming verse, Megan Montague Cash asks and answers thoughtful questions children have about the weather and the seasons. As they walk outside or look out the window, children are naturally interested in knowing why the seasons change and what makes weather happen. With bold and colorful artwork that attracts the eye, now even the youngest readers have a chance to learn some of the reasons. With an adorable little girl shown on every spread, here is a book that will appeal to great teachers, wise parents, and most of all, curious kids!
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