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Books with title The Wonderful World Word Book

  • Round the Wonderful World

    G. E. (Geraldine Edith) Mitton, A. S. (Archibald Stevenson) Forrest

    eBook
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  • The Wonderful Bowl

    Sue Melancon

    Paperback (White Bird Publications, July 24, 2018)
    The Wonderful Bowl is an exceptional journey into a world of nutrition as taught to a young boy by a sentient bowl of oatmeal. Imagine a bowl that can change its contents according to the desire of its owner. A bowl that is capable of conversing with a child. A bowl whose mission is teaching children to make good food choices. Add to this a delightful song that is set to a melody every child knows. This book changes nutrition from a listing of do’s and don’ts, into want to's.
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  • The Wonderful Book

    Leonid Gore

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, Nov. 1, 2010)
    In this delightful story, a lost book transforms into whatever the finder needs it to be. An imaginative and original tale with all the elements of the best and most enduring children's book classics!Deep in the woods, a rabbit finds a mysterious object. "What is this?" he asks. "It looks like a wonderful house for me." And he wriggles inside for a nap. Later he hops away and a bear lumbers by. "What is this?" the bear asks. "It looks like a wonderful hat for me." And he puts it on his head. One by one different animals find the object and transform it into whatever they need it to be. But it's not until the little boy comes along and knows exactly what it is. It's a wonderful book! And all the animals gather around to share the truly wonderful story that's inside.
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  • The Wonder Book

    Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Paul Schmid

    Hardcover (HarperCollins, Feb. 9, 2010)
    From the beloved New York Times bestselling author of I Wish You More, Amy Krouse Rosenthal, "a joyous, totally original potpourri of stories, poems, lists, palindromes, visual jokes, and random observations about the universal delights and conundrums of childhood."*Reminiscent of classics like Falling Up from Shel Silverstein, this 80-page black-and-white book is meant for sharing and taps into the delightfully inquisitive world of a child.Amy Krouse Rosenthal said it best:Hello, You! So . . . this book is full of stuff I've always wondered about . . . Like:Did Miss Mary Mack have friends who liked other colors?Could everything important about the world be summarized in a poem that rhymes?How do moms always know when you're about to sneak a cookie?Who hid something under the Tooth Fairy's pillow when she was a little girl?Inside you will find stories, short poems, lists, palindromes, visual treats, and random observations. Some parts are happy, some sad-ish, some silly, some serious, some crunchy, some with a soft center. You can open the book up anywhere and read. So the beginning could be the end, and the end could be the beginning. But I guess the middle is always the middle. . . .P.S. Aren't Paul's drawings the best?!—Amy Krouse Rosenthal *School Library Journal
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  • The Wonder Book

    Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Paul Schmid

    eBook (HarperCollins, Oct. 29, 2013)
    From the beloved New York Times bestselling author of I Wish You More, Amy Krouse Rosenthal, "a joyous, totally original potpourri of stories, poems, lists, palindromes, visual jokes, and random observations about the universal delights and conundrums of childhood."*Reminiscent of classics like Falling Up from Shel Silverstein, this 80-page black-and-white book is meant for sharing and taps into the delightfully inquisitive world of a child.Amy Krouse Rosenthal said it best:Hello, You! So . . . this book is full of stuff I've always wondered about . . . Like:Did Miss Mary Mack have friends who liked other colors?Could everything important about the world be summarized in a poem that rhymes?How do moms always know when you're about to sneak a cookie?Who hid something under the Tooth Fairy's pillow when she was a little girl?Inside you will find stories, short poems, lists, palindromes, visual treats, and random observations. Some parts are happy, some sad-ish, some silly, some serious, some crunchy, some with a soft center. You can open the book up anywhere and read. So the beginning could be the end, and the end could be the beginning. But I guess the middle is always the middle. . . .P.S. Aren't Paul's drawings the best?!—Amy Krouse Rosenthal *School Library Journal
  • The Wonderful Book

    Leonid Gore

    Paperback (Scholastic, Aug. 16, 2010)
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  • Thomas' Wonderful Word Book

    Egmont Childrens Books

    Hardcover (Egmont Childrens Books, )
    None
  • The Wonderful World Of Boo Boo

    Boo Boo's Best Friend

    Hardcover (Total Publishing and Media, April 8, 2019)
    The Wonderful World of Boo Boo is the story of a tiny spirited puppy who sees himself bigger and stronger than he really is. He shares this positive outlook with those he meets on a daytime journey through the forest. Boo Boo demonstrates to others, how they can discover the very best in themselves.
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  • The Wonderful World Word Book

    Tony Hutchings

    Hardcover (Galahad Books, July 1, 2000)
    None
  • The Wonderful World of Oz

    L. Frank Baum

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Jan. 10, 2013)
    Lyman Frank Baum (1856-1919) is best known today as the author of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz," a children's story written in 1900. But following the success of that book, Baum wrote thirteen other Oz stories before his death from a stroke in 1919. Moreover, Baum wrote dozens of other children's tales, plays, and general stories. He was extraordinarily prolific, churning out five books in the year 1907 alone. In addition to this immense body of work, Baum worked as a journalist, a printer, a chicken breeder, an actor, a theater manager, an oil salesman, a playwright, and many other equally esoteric occupations. Despite this litany of accomplishments, it is that one little story about a Kansas girl and her dog that people remember, and even that is due to the 1939 film adaptation with Judy Garland as Dorothy.
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  • The Wonderful World Of Boo Boo

    Boo Boo's Best Friend

    Paperback (Total Publishing and Media, April 8, 2019)
    The Wonderful World of Boo Boo is the story of a tiny spirited puppy who sees himself bigger and stronger than he really is. He shares this positive outlook with those he meets on a daytime journey through the forest. Boo Boo demonstrates to others, how they can discover the very best in themselves.
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  • The Wonderful Bowl

    Sue Melancon

    language (White Bird Publications, LLC, July 24, 2018)
    The Wonderful Bowl is an exceptional journey into a world of nutrition as taught to a young boy by a sentient bowl of oatmeal. Imagine a bowl that can change its contents according to the desire of its owner. A bowl that is capable of conversing with a child. A bowl who’s mission is teaching children to make good food choices. Add to this a delightful song that is set to a melody every child knows. This book changes nutrition from a listing of do’s and don'ts, into want to’s.