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Books with title Because

  • Because I'm me.

    Melissa Dingle

    language (, Sept. 22, 2016)
    A story for young readers about friendship.
  • Because I Can

    Paul Cooper

    Paperback (Unknown Publisher, July 6, 2011)
    It's 1958 and eleven-year-old Peter Wolf lives in the war-rubble squalor of East Germany which is ruled with an iron fist by the Soviet Communists. People stand in long lines to buy rancid meat, water pails are kept on toilet lids to prevent sewer rats from invading apartments and, worst of all, every citizen is encouraged to spy upon every other citizen and report any suspect behavior to the hated Stassi (Secret Police). Risking their lives escaping East Germany, surviving a kidnapping attempt, enduring six long months in a refugee camp and crossing the Atlantic in steerage, Peter discovers America is not the paradise he had envisioned.
  • Is It Because...?

    Tony Ross

    Hardcover (Andersen Press, July 20, 2004)
    What is it that makes Peregrine Ffrogg a bully?A little boy is asking his dog why it is that his classmate Peregrine Ffrogg is constantly giving him trouble. “Is it because of his name?” he wonders. And then he carries on in a vein that will amuse all children, bullied or not: • Is it because he looks like a log? • Is it because he looks like a pike?
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  • Because I Can

    Thornton Cline, Leilah Hayman

    Paperback (Black Rose Writing, Dec. 21, 2017)
    Because I Can captures the heart of every parent, guardian, grandparent and relative who has experienced the enchanting, mesmerizing effect of “cuteness” in a young child. The humorous words, and adorable, funny illustrations will keep readers entertained and in stitches. A little girl can make a mighty big mess when she knows she can get away with it by her “cuteness.” And she’s not finished yet! Recommended for ages 0-5 years.
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  • Is It Because?

    Tony Ross

    Paperback (Andersen Press, Oct. 1, 2006)
    Tony Ross skillfully presents the problem of bullying, managing to engage sympathy for each side of the storyA little boy is wondering why he is bullied by his classmate Peregrine Ffrogg. He asks himself various questions: Is it because he misses his mum? Is it because he still sucks his thumb? Is it because he smells like a pike? Is it because he can't ride a bike? And the questions he asks leads him to a greater understanding of himself and the bully. He comes to the conclusion that Peregrine Ffrogg is unhappy, and jealous of him.
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  • Just Because

    Rebecca Elliott

    Hardcover (Lion UK, April 1, 2011)
    Amusing and often touching, this story encompasses the issue of disability in a charming celebration of sibling friendship to which all children can relate My big sister Clemmie is my best friend. She can’t walk, talk, move around much, cook macaroni, pilot a plane, juggle or do algebra. I don’t know why she doesn’t do these things. Just because. A younger brother describes all the fun he has with the big sister he loves so much—just because, in this heartwarming picture book about being perfectly loved, no matter what. He is enthusiastic about just how loving and special she is, and delights in telling us about all the fun things they do together. Only as his tale unfolds does the reader begin to realize that his sister has special needs—and by then the reader just accepts, as he does, all the wonderful things about her. Teachers and librarians will appreciate this book for its sincere and convincing treatment of children with special needs, while parents will use this book to encourage sibling friendship and to read with children who are beginning to ask why a particular child they know is "different."
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  • Maybe because

    Aimee Garcia-Tice, Serena Geddes

    Paperback (Bacon & Eggs Media, Sept. 16, 2010)
    'Maybe because' looks at adoption through the eyes of its main character, 'the best boy in the whole wide world', who happily explains the positive and quirky reasons which he believes are why he is so loved and wanted. This wonderfully illustrated picture book is for all children, not just those who have been adopted, as each child has their own understanding of what makes them unique. 'Maybe because' has been selected as a National Adoption Awareness Week (NAAW) Recommended Read.
  • Honey, Because

    Jess Gibson

    Paperback (Tate Publishing & Enterprises, Oct. 16, 2007)
    Honey, Because is a simple yet moving story about a curious little girl looking for answers to everyday life, such as ?why is the sunset red Join a daddy and daughter on an adventure as they search for the answers to life's questions together and discover just how magical the world really is.
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  • Just Because

    R J Worthington

    Paperback (Page Publishing, Inc., Jan. 16, 2018)
    Emma has a little sister, Mia, who doesn't quite understand why the little things we do for each other mean so much. However, at the end of the day, Mia figures it out, all thanks to her big sister Emma.
  • Because I'm me.

    Melissa L.K. Dingle

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Sept. 22, 2016)
    A story for young readers about friendship.
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  • Just Because

    R. J. Worthington

    eBook (Page Publishing, Inc., Feb. 26, 2018)
    Emma has a little sister, Mia, who doesn't quite understand why the little things we do for each other mean so much. However, at the end of the day, Mia figures it out, all thanks to her big sister Emma.
  • because

    Jack A. Langedijk, V V Cam

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, May 27, 2016)
    Robert had reached the summit of many mountains. His adventures took him to unimaginable heights, yet his greatest achievements were not in conquering these majestic beauties, but in his ability to reach people in need. That is, until he’s the one facing the toughest climb of his life. Roberto Sanchez is living the dream; one could say the man had it all. He is blessed with a beautiful wife and daughter who complete him. A career that reaches at-risk kids that brings him true joy. Then a tragic accident leads Robert to a chasm of dark despair. Although his interventions have reached many, he found he is incapable of helping himself off the edge of a cliff, jeopardizing his career, his marriage, and himself. because takes us on a journey of two Roberts as he struggles to find a way to once again believe.