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Books with title Patches and Scratches

  • Patches and Scratches

    Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, Marcy Dunn Ramsey

    language (Two Lions, Oct. 30, 2012)
    Sarah Simpson likes to get big ideas that will solve problems. But her best friend, Peter, presents her with a problem that seems impossible to solve. He wants a dog, but his granny Belle won’t let him have one. She says a dog would be too much work. Sarah tries to convince Peter to get another pet. But nothing works . . . until a stray cat turns up. Will Peter accept it? Will Granny Belle come around? Finally Sarah comes up with just the right BIG IDEA to solve the problem!
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  • Patches and Scratches

    Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

    Paperback (Two Lions, Nov. 7, 2013)
    Sarah Simpson likes to get big ideas that will solve problems. But her best friend, Peter, presents her with a problem that seems impossible to solve. He wants a dog, but his granny Belle won’t let him have one. She says a dog would be too much work. Sarah tries to convince Peter to get another pet. But nothing works . . . until a stray cat turns up. Will Peter accept it? Will Granny Belle come around? Finally Sarah comes up with just the right BIG IDEA to solve the problem!
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  • Patches and Scratches

    Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, Marcy Ramsey

    Hardcover (Two Lions, April 1, 2007)
    Sarah Simpson likes to get big ideas that will solve problems. But her best friend, Peter, presents her with a problem that seems impossible to solve. He wants a dog, but his granny Belle won’t let him have one. She says a dog would be too much work. Sarah tries to convince Peter to get another pet. But nothing works . . . until a stray cat turns up. Will Peter accept it? Will Granny Belle come around? Finally Sarah comes up with just the right BIG IDEA to solve the problem!
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  • Scratches

    Gini Graham Scott

    Paperback (Independently published, Aug. 15, 2020)
    After Missy hears scratches in the living room, she discovers a scared little squirrel, who has fallen down the chimney and is running around the room. When she imagines what the squirrel is feeling, she becomes that squirrel and explores the world around the house as that squirrel. Later, after she lets the squirrel out, that becomes her secret.GINI GRAHAM SCOTT, Ph.D., J.D., CEO of Changemakers Publishing and Writing, is an internationally known known writer, speaker, and workshop leader. She has published over 50 books with major publishers on various topics and has written over 3 dozen children’s books. She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She does workshops on self-publishing and creativity, and she helps clients write books and self-publish them or find publishers and agents.
  • Patches and Scratches

    Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, Marcy Dunn Ramsey

    Hardcover (Amazon Children's Publishing, April 6, 2007)
    Sarah Simpson likes to get big ideas that will solve problems. But her best friend, Peter, presents her with a problem that seems impossible to solve. He wants a dog, but his granny Belle won’t let him have one. She says a dog would be too much work. Sarah tries to convince Peter to get another pet. But nothing works . . . until a stray cat turns up. Will Peter accept it? Will Granny Belle come around? Finally Sarah comes up with just the right BIG IDEA to solve the problem!
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  • Scratches and Scrapes

    Margo Linn, Doreen Gay-Kassel

    Paperback (Scholastic, April 1, 2001)
    Alexander P. Yam is known for getting bumps and bruises all the time, thus bandages are an everyday thing in his household, in a brightly illustrated tale complete with seven colorful bandages.
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  • Itches and Scratches

    Angela Royston, Rebecca Rissman

    Library Binding (Raintree, Jan. 1, 2010)
    Books in the “Disgusting Body Facts” series combine vivid photographs with lively illustrations to give you a glimpse into some of the grossest parts of the human body. Read “Itches and Scratches” to learn about dandruff, head lice, heat rash, and other things that make you itch!
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  • Scratches

    Gini Graham Scott, Sarah Burton

    Paperback (Black Rose Writing, April 5, 2018)
    After Missy hears scratches in the living room, she discovers a scared little squirrel, who has fallen down the chimney and is running around the room. When she imagines what the squirrel is feeling, she becomes that squirrel and explores the world around her house as that squirrel. Later, after she lets the squirrel out, that becomes her secret.
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  • Itches and Scratches

    Angela Royston

    Hardcover (Raintree, Jan. 1, 2010)
    Read Me books are designed to engage reluctant readers with exciting, and even disgusting, subject matter at a low reading level. This series introduces some disgusting aspects of the human body to engage readers and build understanding of body systems.
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  • Itches and Scratches

    Angela Royston, Rebecca Rissman

    Paperback (Raintree, Jan. 1, 2010)
    Books in the “Disgusting Body Facts” series combine vivid photographs with lively illustrations to give you a glimpse into some of the grossest parts of the human body. Read “Itches and Scratches” to learn about dandruff, head lice, heat rash, and other things that make you itch!
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  • Scratches

    Gini Graham Scott

    eBook (Changemakers Publishing, Aug. 14, 2020)
    After Missy hears scratches in the living room, she discovers a scared little squirrel, who has fallen down the chimney and is running around the room. When she imagines what the squirrel is feeling, she becomes that squirrel and explores the world around the house as that squirrel. Later, after she lets the squirrel out, that becomes her secret.GINI GRAHAM SCOTT, Ph.D., J.D., CEO of Changemakers Publishing and Writing, is an internationally known known writer, speaker, and workshop leader. She has published over 50 books with major publishers on various topics and has written over 3 dozen children’s books. She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She does workshops on self-publishing and creativity, and she helps clients write books and self-publish them or find publishers and agents.
  • Patches and Scratches

    Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

    Paperback (Marshall Cavendish Children's Books, Oct. 1, 2010)
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