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Books with title Moving

  • Moving

    Fred Rogers, Color Photos

    Hardcover (G P Putnam, May 20, 1987)
    Describes in detail the process of moving, as well as the irritation and uncertainty, the sorrow and the excitement.
  • Moving Day

    Fran Manushkin, Tammie Lyon

    Paperback (Picture Window Books, April 1, 2010)
    Katie Woo's family is moving to a new house. Katie will miss her old room, and she thinks her new house seems a little weird. Her parents say it will feel like home soon enough, but she's just not sure.
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  • Moving Day

    Fran Manushkin, Tammie Lyon

    language (Picture Window Books, Aug. 29, 2013)
    Katie Woo's family is moving to a new house. Katie will miss her old room, and she thinks her new house seems a little weird. Her parents say it will feel like home soon enough, but she's just not sure.
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  • Moving Day

    Meg Cabot

    Mass Market Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Feb. 1, 2009)
    #1 New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot's middle grade debut -- now in paperback!When nine-year-old Allie Finkle's parents announce that they are moving her and her brothers from their suburban split-level into an ancient Victorian in town, Allie's sure her life is over. She's not at all happy about having to give up her pretty pink wall-to-wall carpeting for creaky floorboards and creepy secret passageways-not to mention leaving her modern, state-of-the-art suburban school for a rundown, old-fashioned school just two blocks from her new house.
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  • Moving Day

    Robert Kalan, Yossi Abolafia

    Library Binding (Greenwillow Books, May 31, 1996)
    But finding that shell isn't so easy. In words that demand to be read aloud (and memorized), and picturs that inspire laughter (and careful scrutiny), this saga of a hermit crab's quest for the perfect home is certain to become a favorite with young readers everywhere.
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  • Moving Day!

    Jess Stockham

    Paperback (Child's Play Intl, Dec. 1, 2011)
    We're moving house! Who's going to help with the packing? What do we need to keep, and what can we give away? Helping with real tasks is a natural progression from pretend play, and is a crucial stage in a child’s development. Achieving a shared goal encourages a sense of responsibility, and develops many skills useful in later life. Simple conversational text and lively illustrations are carefully designed to encourage further dialogue between reader and child.
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  • Get Moving!

    Mari Schuh

    language (Capstone Press, Nov. 1, 2014)
    Exercise is fun, easy, and healthy. Learn about how the MyPlate tool helps kids be active every day.
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  • Moving

    Claire Llewellyn, Jillian Powell

    Hardcover (Gardners Books, Dec. 31, 2003)
    This is an innovative new body series with commissioned photos and detailed anatomical illustrations to show children how their bodies work inside and out. They can find out how they move, eat, see, think and feel. The series looks at what goes on inside the body during everyday activities such as riding a bike, eating an apple, reading a book or doing a sum. Each book shows how the body can become ill and how to keep healthy. There are also explanations of common disabilities. How do you move What happens inside your body when you jump in the air or pull a face This book shows how bones, joints and muscles work and how people get their energy to move. It includes information on how the brain sends messages around the body to allow us to make lots of different movements. Children can also read about how injuries occur and how the body repairs itself.
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  • Moving Day!

    Robert Munsch, Michael Martchenko

    Paperback (Scholastic Canada, April 7, 2020)
    Moving day has never been so much fun!Moving day is never easy, especially when there are little kids around. Mom and Dad can really use big sister Danielle's help in taking care the little kids. And she knows just how to keep them out of the way — pack them up with all of the stuff!When the family arrives at their brand-new home, and the kids are unpacked — well, let's just say that they are ready to take care of Danielle, too!This story was inspired by a family that Robert Munsch once stayed with in Montreal, Quebec — which had five children and had moved to a new house only days before! This funny tale is for all kids, especially those who have dealt with the stress of a big move. And even more especially for those who have dreamt about turning the tables on an older sibling's pranks.
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  • Moving

    Caitie McAneney

    Paperback (Powerkids Pr, Jan. 1, 2015)
    Moving can be a time of confusion and worry, especially for kids. This book tactfully explores the feelings that come with moving, and offers strategies for readjusting to the changes. Through relatable language, this book teaches readers about the importance of accepting their feelings and expressing them to others. Thought-provoking “Tell Me More” sections supplement the text, as do vivid visuals, a glossary, and an index. Readers can learn more about moving by checking out websites for further reading.
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  • Moving Day

    Kelly Poser, Ian Allen

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct. 10, 2017)
    Today was moving day! Lilly Thornberry and her family were moving to a new forest all the way across town. This meant that Lilly would be leaving her school and her friends. She was very sad to have to say good-bye to everyone. But Lilly’s Mom and Dad assured Lilly that she would meet lots of new people and make lots of new friends. It was the last day of school. So it was going to be a very busy day!
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  • Moving

    Mia Coulton

    Paperback (Maryruth Books, April 1, 2012)
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