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  • The Best Kid in the World: A SugarLoaf Book

    Peter H. Reynolds

    Hardcover (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Aug. 1, 2006)
    Jealous of her older brother's "Best Kid in the World" medal, SugarLoaf tries to figure out how to get one for herself, but every one of SugarLoaf's good deeds ends in disaster. By the creator of My Very Big Little World.
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  • The Best Kid in the World: A SugarLoaf Book

    Peter H. Reynolds

    language (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Sept. 4, 2012)
    In this eBook with audio, when SugarLoaf discovers that her parents once bestowed the Best Kid in the World Award on her brother, her first thought is: But . . . but . . . but what about me? She wants to be the Best Kid in the World, so she decides to be so very helpful that her parents can’t not give the award to her. However, every one of SugarLoaf’s good deeds ends in disaster, and it seems that the award is farther away from her grasp than ever. But what SugarLoaf doesn’t realize is that trying counts for a lot, so she might have a better chance at taking the Best Kid in the World throne than she imagines.
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  • The Best Kid in the World: A SugarLoaf Book

    Peter H. Reynolds

    Paperback (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, July 4, 2012)
    When SugarLoaf discovers that her parents once bestowed the Best Kid in the World Award on her brother, her first thought is: But . . . but . . . but what about me? She wants to be the Best Kid in the World, so she decides to be so very helpful that her parents can’t not give the award to her. However, every one of SugarLoaf’s good deeds ends in disaster, and it seems that the award is farther away from her grasp than ever. But what SugarLoaf doesn’t realize is that trying counts for a lot, so she might have a better chance at taking the Best Kid in the World throne than she imagines.
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  • The Best Book In The World

    Rilla Alexander

    Hardcover (Flying Eye Books, July 29, 2014)
    If you found the best book in the world, would you stop reading? Could you stop reading? If you had homework to do, or dinner to get through, could you put the book down? On a train to the zoo or on a flight to Kalamazoo, would that break the spell? If in a forest you walked, while scary monsters stalked . . . would that be enough? If you'd crossed a desert that baked or were swept off by a river that snaked, would you even take a break? If every animal in the land were to be led by a big band, in a grand parade in your honor made . . . would you put the book down?What could possibly be so good about a book? Well, open me up and find out for yourself!Rilla Alexander's story is conveyed through her superb artwork making this an unforgettable and magical tale that encourages children to read. The Best Book in the World draws young readers into the richly rewarding world of books.
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  • The Best Kid in the World: A SugarLoaf Book

    Peter H. Reynolds

    Hardcover (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Aug. 1, 2006)
    When SugarLoaf discovers that her parents once bestowed the Best Kid in the World Award on her brother, her first thought is: But... but... but what about me? She wants to be the Best Kid in the World, so she decides to be so very helpful that her parents can't not give the award to her. However, every one of SugarLoaf's good deeds ends in disaster, and it seems that the award is farther away from her grasp than ever. But what she doesn't realize is that trying counts for a lot, so she might have a better chance at taking the Best Kid in the World throne than she imagines.
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