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Books with title Up, Up, Down

  • Up, Up, Down!

    Robert Munsch, Michael Martchenko

    Paperback (Cartwheel, April 1, 2002)
    Best-selling author and illustrator Robert Munsch and Michael Martchenko team up to create this comical adventure about an energetic little girl named Anna who loves to climb!Anna ignores her mother's constant earning to "Be careful! Don't climb!," even after she falls down from scaling the refrigerator and the side of the house. One day, Anna manages to climb all the way up a palm tree, but the descent leaves her frantically hanging from a leaf. When her parents come to the rescue, the tables are quickly turned when her mother and father are the ones hanging from the tree instead!
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  • Up, Up, Up, Down!

    Kimberly Gee

    Hardcover (G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, May 7, 2019)
    Follow an energetic toddler's day with Dad that's full of opposites - up and down, make and break, yum and yuck, and more. From his first demand to be picked up and then immediately put down, opposites pop up all day long for this energetic boy. Breakfast is no, no, no, yes! At the sandbox, it's make, make, make, break! And jumping into the pool goes from can't, can't, can't, to can! Kimberly Gee's expressive illustrations emphasize the loving connection between a boy and his father in this clever concept book about everyday highs and lows that is sure to entertain little (and big!) members of the family.
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  • Up & Down

    By (author) David A Carter

    Hardcover (Little Simon, Jan. 1, 2011)
    Carter's beloved and bestselling "Bugs" go in all directions in this pop-up book focused on the first concept of direction. Full color.
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    Brett Battles

    eBook
    From thriller and suspense master Brett Battles comes the final book in the Project Eden saga.Matt Hamilton’s last words have led Daniel Ash and his team to the snow-covered town of Everton, Vermont. On a field just outside city limits sits an unassuming hut.But this is no innocent building. Inside is the entrance to the secret Project Eden base known as Dream Sky, the key to the Project’s success. Or its defeat, as Ash hopes.To give the team the best chance to succeed, Resistance groups have moved into position outside Project installations around the globe. The purpose: to create diversions that will draw Project attention away from Dream Sky.These groups have been waiting for the signal to attack. The wait is over.Dream Sky is best read after completing volumes 1-6 (Sick, Exit 9, Pale Horse, Ashes, Eden Rising, and Dream Sky)Here's what others are saying:“Sick didn’t just hook me. It hit me with a devastating uppercut on every primal level as a parent, a father, and a human being.” — BLAKE CROUCH, author of the Wayward Pines Trilogy“Sick is a a gem of an outbreak story that unfolds like a thriller movie and never lets up all the way to the last page. Absolutely my favorite kind of story!” — JOHN MABERRY, New York Times bestselling author“Sick not only grabs you by the throat, but by the heart and gut as well, and by the time you finish you feel as if you've just taken a runaway train through dangerous territory. Buy this book now. You won't regret it.”—ROBERT BROWNE, author of The Paradise Prophecy.“Like a fever, Sick makes you sweat and keeps you up all night, wondering what the hell is happening. It'll make your heart race like someone shot you with an EpiPen. You think Battles was badass before? He just cranked it up to 500 joules. CLEAR!”—popculturenerd.com“Sick is Brett Battles at his best, a thriller that also chills, with a secret at its core that's almost too scary to be contained within the covers of a book.” — TIM HALLINAN, author of the Edgar nominated THE QUEEN OF PATPONG
  • Up and Down

    Oliver Jeffers

    Hardcover (Philomel Books, Dec. 2, 2010)
    From the illustrator of the #1 smash hit The Day the Crayons Quit comes a humorous, resonant tale about the value of shared experiences.A penguin has wings for a reason . . . doesn't he? Having a best friend with his own airplane is one thing, but actually experiencing what it feels like to fly by himself? Here is one penguin who believes this is precisely what he needs to feel complete. Only . . . if flying by himself is so wonderful, then why does he feel so empty?Because some experiences are better shared. (And penguins are much happier on the ground.)Oliver Jeffers delivers the perfect companion to his much-loved Lost and Found. Penguins everywhere will take flight in delight.
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  • Up, Up, Down

    Robert Munsch, Michael Martchenko

    Board book (Scholastic Canada, May 7, 2020)
    What goes up must come down!Anna loves to climb. She goes up, up, UP to the very top of anything she can find ― the dresser, the refrigerator... the TREE?! Can her mother and father get her down?Up, Up, Down has always been a popular story with Robert Munsch's very youngest fans. Now he has adapted it with a new, simplified text to make it perfect for adventurous toddlers!
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  • Up and Down

    Catherine Hnatov

    Board book (Star Bright Books, Aug. 31, 2018)
    Big and small. Over and Under. Many and few. Open and closed. These are just a few of the opposites toddlers will discover as they explore Up and Down. Playful images of black and white cats are set against vibrantly colorful backgrounds. Up and Down introduces the concept of opposites in full sentences, boosting language development.
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  • Up, Up, Down

    Robert Munsch

    Paperback (Scholastic Canada, March 15, 2001)
    In this zany story, Anna likes to climb on the refrigerator and her dresser and go "up, up, up" even though she falls down "ow ouch!" When her parents protest, she goes outside, where it's okay to climb, and climbs the highest tree she can find. Sitting in the top, she goads her parents to come after her; when they fall down trying, she relents and climbs down to wrap them in "enormous Band-Aids" and repeats what they've been telling her: "Be CAREFUL-don't CLIMB!" The humor is in the timing, the changing size and placement of the text, and the silliness of the plot. The watercolor illustrations are also over-the-top with ridiculously exaggerated points of view, comical-looking characters, and little jokes, such as a tiny treetop animal watching TV or stars flying off Daddy's injured bottom. This is sure to be a hit, especially with this team's fans.
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  • Sun Up, Sun Down

    Gail Gibbons

    Paperback (HMH Books for Young Readers, Sept. 7, 1987)
    Simple language and bold illustrations make this a fun and informative book about the sun. “Add this one to primary-grade science shelves.”--Booklist
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  • Up and Down

    Oliver Jeffers

    eBook (Philomel Books, Dec. 2, 2010)
    From the illustrator of the #1 smash hit The Day the Crayons Quit comes a humorous, resonant tale about the value of shared experiences.A penguin has wings for a reason . . . doesn't he? Having a best friend with his own airplane is one thing, but actually experiencing what it feels like to fly by himself? Here is one penguin who believes this is precisely what he needs to feel complete. Only . . . if flying by himself is so wonderful, then why does he feel so empty?Because some experiences are better shared. (And penguins are much happier on the ground.)Oliver Jeffers delivers the perfect companion to his much-loved Lost and Found. Penguins everywhere will take flight in delight.
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  • Up, Up, Down!

    Robert Munsch

    Hardcover (Scholastic Inc., April 1, 2001)
    Despite her mother's warnings, Anna loves to climb and so one day finds herself in trouble at the top of a tall palm tree, but when her parents come to her rescue, they too find themselves in a precarious position and now all three must find a way to get out of the tree.
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  • Up & Down

    Oliver Jeffers

    Board book (HarperCollins, Aug. 16, 2014)
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