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  • New Shoes

    Chris Raschka

    Hardcover (Greenwillow Books, May 1, 2018)
    Two-time Caldecott Medalist and New York Times–bestselling picture book creator Chris Raschka pays tribute to one of the most quintessential events of childhood—getting new shoes—in this boldly illustrated and inspiring book for the youngest reader. When a young child discovers a hole in a sneaker, mother and child embark on a big childhood adventure—a trip to the store to pick out new shoes.From having feet measured and making a selection to finally showing off the new shoes to a friend, this momentous child moment is treated with respect, excitement, and page-turning energy in a wonderfully age-appropriate picture book.Caldecott Medalist and New York Times–bestselling picture book creator Chris Raschka joyfully captures the event from the child’s point of view. New Shoes is a preschool classic in the making.
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  • New Shoes

    Sara Varon

    Hardcover (First Second, March 20, 2018)
    From Sara Varon (Robot Dreams, Bake Sale) comes New Shoes, a heartwarming graphic novel about a donkey on a quest to make the perfect pair of shoes.Francis the donkey is the best shoemaker in the village. He uses only the finest materials: coconut wood for the soles, goat’s wool for the insoles, and wild tiger grass for the uppers.One day he receives a special order from his favorite singer: Miss Manatee, the queen of calypso. But he’s all out of tiger grass! To make the perfect pair of shoes, Francis must journey deep into the jungle . . . and that means leaving his village for the first time.In New Shoes, Sara Varon takes us on a vivid journey into the jungles of South America. From the capybara to the jaguar to the three-toed sloth, Francis meets a variety of animals outside his neighborhood. They’re not so scary when you get to know them!
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  • New Shoes

    Susan Lynn Meyer, Eric Velasquez

    Paperback (Holiday House, Jan. 30, 2016)
    Ella Mae is used to wearing her cousin's hand-me-down shoes—but when her latest pair is already too tight, she's thrilled at the chance to get new shoes. But at the shoe store, Ella Mae and her mother have to wait until there are no white customers to serve first. She doesn't get to try anything on, either—her mother traces her feet onto a sheet of paper, and the salesman brings them a pair he thinks will fit. Disappointed by her treatment, Ella Mae and her cousin Charlotte hatch a plan to help others in their community find better-fitting shoes without humiliation. Eric Velasquez' realistic oil paintings bring life to this story of a young girl's determination in the face of injustice. The book includes an author's note from Susan Lynn Meyer, discussing the historical context of the story and how the Civil Rights Movement worked to abolish unfair laws like the ones Ella Mae encounters. A 2016 NAACP Image Award Nominee, and a Jane Addams Children's Book Award winner.
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  • New Shoes

    Susan Lynn Meyer, Eric Velasquez

    Hardcover (Holiday House, Feb. 1, 2015)
    Ella Mae is used to wearing her cousin's hand-me-down shoes—but when her latest pair is already too tight, she's thrilled at the chance to get new shoes. But at the shoe store, Ella Mae and her mother have to wait until there are no white customers to serve first. She doesn't get to try anything on, either—her mother traces her feet onto a sheet of paper, and the salesman brings them a pair he thinks will fit. Disappointed by her treatment, Ella Mae and her cousin Charlotte hatch a plan to help others in their community find better-fitting shoes without humiliation. Eric Velasquez' realistic oil paintings bring life to this story of a young girl's determination in the face of injustice. The book includes an author's note from Susan Lynn Meyer, discussing the historical context of the story and how the Civil Rights Movement worked to abolish unfair laws like the ones Ella Mae encounters. A 2016 NAACP Image Award Nominee, and a Jane Addams Children's Book Award winner.
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  • New Shoes

    Susan Lynn Meyer, Eric Velasquez

    eBook (Holiday House, Jan. 23, 2015)
    Ella Mae is used to wearing her cousin's hand-me-down shoes—but when her latest pair is already too tight, she's thrilled at the chance to get new shoes. But at the shoe store, Ella Mae and her mother have to wait until there are no white customers to serve first. She doesn't get to try anything on, either—her mother traces her feet onto a sheet of paper, and the salesman brings them a pair he thinks will fit. Disappointed by her treatment, Ella Mae and her cousin Charlotte hatch a plan to help others in their community find better-fitting shoes without humiliation. Eric Velasquez' realistic oil paintings bring life to this story of a young girl's determination in the face of injustice. The book includes an author's note from Susan Lynn Meyer, discussing the historical context of the story and how the Civil Rights Movement worked to abolish unfair laws like the ones Ella Mae encounters. A 2016 NAACP Image Award Nominee, and a Jane Addams Children's Book Award winner.
  • New Shoes

    Noel Streatfeild

    Paperback (Yearling, May 1, 1985)
    Reverend Bell and his family leave their beloved London parish for Crestel New Town, and the Bell children--Paul, Jane, Ginnie and Angus--set out to transform this unfriendly village into a close, loving community.
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  • New Shoes

    Sara Varon

    eBook (First Second, May 22, 2018)
    From Sara Varon (Robot Dreams, Bake Sale) comes New Shoes, a heartwarming graphic novel about a donkey on a quest to make the perfect pair of shoes.Francis the donkey is the best shoemaker in the village. He uses only the finest materials: coconut wood for the soles, goat’s wool for the insoles, and wild tiger grass for the uppers.One day he receives a special order from his favorite singer: Miss Manatee, the queen of calypso. But he’s all out of tiger grass! To make the perfect pair of shoes, Francis must journey deep into the jungle . . . and that means leaving his village for the first time.In New Shoes, Sara Varon takes us on a vivid journey into the jungles of South America. From the capybara to the jaguar to the three-toed sloth, Francis meets a variety of animals outside his neighborhood. They’re not so scary when you get to know them!
  • Two Shoes, New Shoes

    Shirley Hughes

    Hardcover (Lothrop Lee & Shepard, Sept. 1, 1986)
    A rhyme describes various kinds of shoes, hats, and clothing and shows how different clothes are worn in different situations
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  • My New Shoes

    Leilani Sparrow, Dan Taylor

    Board book (little bee books, Oct. 2, 2018)
    Get ready to buy some new shoes in this fun follow-up to My First Day, now available as a board book!My feet are growing. What great news!It's time to buy a pair of shoes.In this simple introduction to buying a new pair of shoes, a little bear shops for shoes with his dad. He gets his feet measured and imagines all the different sorts of shoes people buy, such as sneakers, high heels, rain boots, sandals, light-up shoes, even shoes that look like sharks! This follow-up to the well-received My First Day is filled with short, fun, and rhyming text with lots of rhythm and adorable animal characters to share in the experience.
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  • New shoes

    Carol-Anne Fisher, Pilar Ramos

    language (ParramĂłn Paidotribo S.L., June 17, 2013)
    It is Saturday, Carl, Danny and Anna are going to town with Mummy. They are taking a broken watch to the watchmaker, they want to look at some books in the bookshop and they want to buy some new shoes. Carl is happy because he knows that the following day, Sunday, he will be able to wear his new shoes and that on his day in town, he has learnt a lot about how we measure time in weeks, months, years and long or shorter periods of time.
  • New Shoes

    Catherine Lukas

    language (Twin Sisters IP, LLC., May 12, 2015)
    Ms. Hippo visited a shoe store one day. “I need new shoes,” she said. “I need them right away.” Read along and meet Ms. Hippo who wants a very special pair of shoes. Discover why she needs new shoes in a hurry in this funny Early Reader that uses repetitive text and bright illustrations! This Level 2 Reader uses an average of 6-10 words per page, pictures that suggest meaning, and fun rhymes. “New Shoes” will help children achieve reading success in and outside of the classroom while laying the foundation for a lifetime of reading enjoyment! Titles in the Early Reader Series include: Tails!Hats! Hats! Hats!Counting BearsIf I Had A DinosaurWho’s In My Tub?New ShoesSalt and PepperWiggly Tooth
  • New shoes

    Noel Streatfeild

    Hardcover (Random House, March 15, 1960)
    First US Edition of Noel Streatfeild's New Shoes. Hardcover in dustjacket.