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Books in Coconut series

  • Coconut's Joke Book

    American Girl Editors, Sara Hunt, Camela Decaire

    Paperback (American Girl, March 1, 2007)
    Question: What's black and white and read all over?Answer: Coconut's Joke Book!Coconut knows that the secret to making someone smile is to tickle her funny bone with one of her favorite jokes!Now girls can tickle their friends' funny bones with this collection of jokes from American Girl's best furry friend, Coconut the pup. Includes special section with tips on writing their own HA-larious jokes!
  • Coconut's Words Around the World

    American Girl Editors, Sara Hunt, Camela Decaire

    Spiral-bound (American Girl, March 1, 2007)
    Have you ever wondered how to say "good morning" in Spanish or "thank you" in Hawaiian? Do you know the German word for "friend" or the Italian word for "girl"? Learn more than 20 different words and phrases in 8 different languages as you travel around the world with Coconut and Licorice. Bon voyage!
  • Coconut's Cookbook: Fun and Fluffy Treats to Eat

    American Girl

    Hardcover (Amer Girl, Sept. 1, 2004)
    Filled with vivid, colorful photos and cute illustrations of Coconut, American GirlÂ’s fluffy, white Westie pup, a collection of recipe cards includes sweet sayings about the power of friendship and colorful tear-out cards that girls can fill with their own recipes.
  • Coconut Quiz Book

    American Girl

    Paperback (Amer Girl, Sept. 1, 2004)
    An American Girl's best friend has a new friend! Meet Licorice the cat. Girls will enjoy learning about themselves and a friend as they share quizzes that feature American Girl's Westie pup and her adorable pal.
  • Coconut's Card Game Book


    Cards (Amer Girl, Feb. 21, 2006)
    Girls will love playing games with an American Girl's best friend-that lovable, white Westie, Coconut. Perfect for travel, sick days, or an afternoon at the park, Coconut's card games are designed to engage and delight young girls. Girls can use the deck of Coconut-shaped cards to play fun games alone or with a whole crowd.
  • Coconut's Puzzle Book

    Rick Walton, Elizabeth Chobanian, Casey Lukatz

    Game (American Girl, Sept. 1, 2003)
    Coconut's taking you for a walk through pages of puzzles. Our pup will lead the way through brain teasers, crazy crosswords, mixed-up mazes, and more. You'll wind around through word searches and jump over riddles. Don't peek at the answers until you're done. Just remember--getting stuck is part of the fun!
  • School Book: Rip It Up, Tear It Out, Use It All Year Long!

    American Girl

    Paperback (Amer Girl, June 1, 2004)
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  • Coconut Card Kit: Create Cute & Clever Cards For Every Reason, Every Season!

    Sara Hunt, Casey Lukatz

    Paperback (Amer Girl, Sept. 1, 2005)
    With this kit, girls can make beautiful greeting cards for any occasion featuring illustrations of Coconut, an American girl's best friend, and her kitty companion, Licorice. Package includes directions and materials to create 21 cute and clever cards, 10 sticker sheets, 62 punch-out pictures, ribbon, foam pop-up squares, and 21 envelopes.
  • Coconut's Photo Journal: Cut 'n' Paste and Fill-in-the-blank!

    American Girl

    Hardcover (Amer Girl, March 1, 2005)
    Coconut combines the fun of a sticker book, journal, and photo album into one personalized, cute and creative keepsake for girls. American girls can put their personal twist on 12 special memory spreads. Each spread includes a place for a favorite photo with plenty of space to personalize with acid-free stickers, plus a fill-in-the-blank story. There are over 600 word stickers to create a one-of-a-kind photo journal!
  • Calvin Coconut: Trouble Magnet

    Graham Salisbury

    Hardcover (Wendy Lamb Books, March 24, 2009)
    Fourth-grader Calvin lives near the beach in Oahu with his mom and little sister. Mom says: “You’re the man of the house.” But Calvin’s not great at being the man of the house, or taking care of his responsibilities. He’s too busy having fun with his pals, and avoiding Tito, the bully.Trouble Magnet is the first book in a new series for younger readers full of all the fun of growing up in Hawaii. It introduces a wonderful multicultural cast of characters, including Mr. Purdy, who calls his fourth-grade class Boot Camp; Uncle Scoop, who runs the lunch wagon at the beach; Ledward, Mom’s 6'7" boyfriend; and gorgeous, intimidating, 15-year-old Stella-from-Texas, who arrives to be the live-in babysitter—and to step all over Calvin’s turf.
  • Calvin Coconut: Dog Heaven

    Graham Salisbury, Jacqueline Rogers

    Hardcover (Wendy Lamb Books, Feb. 9, 2010)
    What do you want so badly that you can taste it—and can you persuade someone to give it to you? That’s the subject of a writing assignment Calvin’s fourth-grade teacher, Mr. Purdy, gives the class. Calvin wants a dog! He reads what he’s written to his mom to see just how persuasive he can be. No way, Mom says: Stella, their babysitter, might be allergic, and Calvin is too irresponsible to care for a pet.Luckily, Mom’s boyfriend, Ledward, is on Calvin’s side. He takes Calvin to a place he calls dog heaven. There Calvin meets the dog of his dreams—Streak. Now Calvin’s got to convince Mom he’s dog-responsible, because he and Streak belong together!
  • Calvin Coconut: The Zippy Fix

    Graham Salisbury

    Hardcover (Wendy Lamb Books, Sept. 8, 2009)
    Calvin Coconut needs to fix things with Stella—and fast!Stella from Texas is now officially a member of the Coconut household. As if getting a bossy babysitter isn’t bad enough for Calvin, Stella teases him mercilessly. What’s a nine-year-old boy to do? Calvin decides to “fix” her, and he dumps his neighbor’s cat Zippy on Stella’s bed, knowing she’s allergic. But when Stella breaks out in hives and misses her first big date, Calvin realizes his “zippy fix” went too far. He’s got to make it up to her, and decides to give her a birthday present. But he has no money. Along with the help of his loyal friends and little sister, Darci, Calvin works hard, and comes up with enough cash to give Stella the best birthday gift ever.Graham Salisbury’s voice perfectly captures the inner workings of Calvin’s mind, and Jacqueline Rogers’ delightful pictures add zest and humor to The Zippy Fix.