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Books published by publisher Viking Juvenile

  • The Story of Holly and Ivy

    Rumer Godden, Barbara Cooney

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Oct. 1, 1985)
    Orphaned Ivy finds her Christmas wish fulfilled with the help of a lonely couple and a doll named Holly.
  • One Little Mouse

    Dori Chaconas, Leuyen Pham

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, May 27, 2002)
    While searching for a new home, Mouse explores the homes of various animals such as moles, snakes, and frogs to see if they would suit him, but to no avail, until he discovers that the perfect house has been right in front of him the whole time.
  • Black and White

    Paul Volponi

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, May 5, 2005)
    Marcus and Eddie are best friends. They're also stars on the basketball court, where they're known as Black and White. Race has never been an issue: Marcus is black, Eddie is white, but it doesn't matter. Until they start to pull stickups for extra pocket cash and the gun they're using goes off. Now Marcus is going to jail and Eddie is going to college, even though Eddie is the one who fired the gun. Told in their two voices, Black and White is the gripping story of two good boys who make a bad mistake. It's also a heart-breaking look at the realities of the urban criminal justice system. Written with passion and uncanny authenticity, this is Paul Volponi's debut young adult novel.
  • The Life of Jesus in Masterpieces of Art

    Mary Pope Osborne

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Sept. 28, 1998)
    A fresh retelling of Jesus's life based on the Gospels is combined with works of art by masters such as Botticelli, Fra Angelico, and Giotto to provide readers with visual interpretations of the religious icon throughout the ages.
  • Remember, Grandma?

    Laura Langston

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, May 11, 2004)
    Margaret's grandma is the special kind. She wears sneakers with yellow laces and laughs very loud. They go for walks, sing songs together, and gather apples to make Grandma's special mile-high apple pie. But lately Grandma gets mixed up. More and more she can't remember. She forgets the way home and sometimes she doesn't even know Margaret. "She still loves you," says Margaret's mother, "even if she can't remember your name." Warm and accessible, Remember, Grandma? is an important book that will strike a chord with many readers. For families who have a relative facing memory loss, it may trigger important conversations. And for all children with aging family members, it provides gentle reassurance about the love within families that endures even when memory does not.
  • The Fiddler of High Lonesome

    Brinton Turkle

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, March 11, 1968)
  • Max Deluxe

    Maira Kalman

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Jan. 1, 1996)
    3 spectaculous adventures starring Max Stravinsky, poet, dreamer, dog: - Max Makes a Million - Ooh-la-la (Max in Love)- Max in Hollywood, Baby.
  • Roly Poly Pangolin

    Anna Dewdney

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, March 9, 2010)
    Roly Poly, very small, doesn?t like new things at all. Meet Roly Poly Pangolin?a little pangolin who?d rather stick close to his mama instead of facing anything unfamiliar. Whether it?s a line of ants, a friendly monkey, or a loud noise, Roly Poly runs the other way. Then he hears something that really scares him. So he does what all pangolins do when they?re frightened?he rolls up into a tiny ball. But Roly Poly is surprised when he finally peeks out, because another ball is peeking back . . . it?s a small pangolin just like him! Anna Dewdney has created another irresistible character to reassure children about the world around them.
  • Little Women

    Louisa May Alcott, James Prunier

    Paperback (Viking Juvenile, Nov. 1, 1997)
    Offers the classic tale of four sisters growing up in nineteenth-century New England while detailed captions provide the reader with a background of the period in which the piece was written, including historical, artistic, and geographical information.
  • A Polar Bear Can Swim

    Harriet Ziefert, Emily Bolam

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Oct. 1, 1998)
    This easy-to-read science book provides preschool readers with fun-filled facts about cows, bears, whales, and other animals.
  • The Secret Language of the SB

    Elizabeth Scarboro

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, June 1, 1990)
    Eleven-year-old Adam is not happy when he learns his family is temporarily taking in a Taiwanese girl his own age until her adoptive family is ready for her.
  • The Happy Hocky Family Moves to the Country

    Lane Smith

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, May 1, 2003)
    When the Hocky family moves into an old house in the country, they quickly discover that they fit right in as they use the neighborÆs rooster as their alarm clock, build the squirrels a feeder, and make pretty bouquets with their own plants.