Want to know ways to celebrate Christmas throughout the world? Wonder what Tiny Tim might have been called? Want to learn more about reindeer? Then, checkout Outhouse Books: A Very Merry Christmas Trivia Book. It's the perfect book to learn a little bit more about the most wonderful time of the year.
Daisy Buchanan thinks of her shop, Sometimes a Great Notion, as more than just a business. For her, it's a haven of vintage sewing notions and other treasures, excellent coffee, and camaraderie. But when an antique dollhouse provokes some bizarre behavior on the part of a customer, Daisy makes it her business to find out what secrets are hidden behind its tiny doors?
Poor tiny Birdie has no house. But Birdie does have friends.
Spike, Queenie, Goldie, and Fidget want to help Birdie find a house of his own. Birdie needs a house that isn't too tall and isn't too thin, that isn't too short and isn't too fat, and that isn't too wide and isn't too narrow. Will they find a house for Birdie before the rain falls and the wind blows?
A sweet and simple story about helping out a friend explains the math concept of capacity -- what will fit in a container of a particular shape and size.
Eight brothers, born in four sets of twins, two years apart to the day-they fulfill the Curse of Eight Prophecy. To avoid tempting their destiny, the brothers are exiled to the Isle of Nightfall, where women are forbidden. But when the abducted third-born brother is taken by a powerful and beautiful mage, he wonders if she is his own Prophesied Disaster, his foretold wife-to-be
Helena loves Demetrius; but Demetrius loves Hermia; and Hermia only has eyes for Lysander. It's a messy enough love triangle, but it gets a whole lot thornier when these mortal lovers spend a night lost in the forest under the magical influence of the fairy court. Confusion, betrayal, and a hilarity ensue-and that's not even counting the bumbling troupe of amateur actors. Enjoy the story of A Midsummer Nights Dream as never before in this skillful 70-minute adaptation. Playwright Andrew Biliter brings the language of Shakespeare into the present day while preserving the character, humor, and meter of the original text.
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