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He's the star of Playhouse Disney's brand-new half-hour show, and he's just wild about animals. Join Stanley as he searches the animal world for clues about how life works and about himself. This curious, imaginative six-year-old has a passion for facts, The Great Big Book of Everything, and his best friend, Dennis the goldfish, who accompanies Stanley on all his exciting adventures. Stanley is the only one in his class who hasn't lost a tooth yet, and he's getting a little worried. So he and Dennis take a trip into The Great Big Book of Everything to find out about the toothsome crocodile!
"Grab your slow-cooker and get ready to take a culinary tour through the Crescent City with mouth-watering recipes such as Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler Shrimp ?touff?e, Flambeaux Gumbo, and Royal Street Red Beans! When Southern sisters-in-law Patrice Keller Kononchek and Lauren Malone Keller transitioned from being care-free young professionals to busy, working moms on budgets, they knew that their restaurant rendez-vous could not stay in their weekly schedules. They were determined to recreate their favorite New Orleans restaurant recipes in their own homes?without the fuss. Presented here is a collection of more than fifty Southern slow-cooker recipes that take the time-consuming aspect out of preparing good food. Compiled from a combination of cherished family and restaurant recipes, this cookbook is a simple and flavorful guide to a traditional New Orleans-style dinner." -- from publisher's website.
In a while, Crocodile is a fun and energetic story you will want to share with young children. The clever text builds on the well-known children's rhyme to introduce children to a variety of animals, plants and habitats. Full of bright, colourful illustrations, this rhyming book will delight young readers and their parents. So much so, that they won't want to have to say goodbye to it-but will be coming back again and again to do just that ...
We can be different and still be friends! In this 3-story collection, see how Crocodile and Gator meet and become friends in the swamp. They swim around and realize how similar they really are even though they are very different. They go on great adventures, meet new friends and see the silly things that can happen close to home. See how much fun they have in the swamp as their friendship grows! Later Gator, In a while Crocodile!
See You Later Alligator, After While Crocodile explores the feelings and frustrations of those who have lost a loved one. With empathy and a touch of whimsy, the author walks through the stages of grief. As one alligator who has lost multiple crocodiles in her life, Darla provides encouragement to take the steps necessary to work through grief and get to a new normal in life. Encouraging Scriptures help the reader to embrace life and realize that God is still in control. Journal questions and pages also help the reader to record important thoughts and experience renewed life. Beautifully illustrated and concise, See You Later Alligator, After While Crocodile is written to encourage you that there is life after grief. Darla Austell: wife, mother, grandmother, teacher, entrepreneur, deeply compassionate and loving; the person who has written this book for you. Darla understands loss and grieving through experience. Having lost both parents at an early age, Darla has walked through the grief process. Darla understands that death is not the only loss that causes grief. Loss of relationships, physical disabilities, and other aspects of life can cause grief as well. Whatever the cause, there are time-tested methods to working through grief. Darla has created a delightful little book that documents these methods in an easy-reading format. Darla's goal is to touch the hearts of the grieving and offer hope to hurting hearts. Illustrator Ian Montelongo, a graduate of Orange County School of the Arts and Orange Coast College, is currently studying illustration at Cal State Long Beach. Ian, a born artist, prefers the color gray. He is passionate about art.
Tick tock! Tick tock! Captain Hook has a beastly time hunting for treasure in Crocodile Creek. Will Jake and the crew be able to save Hook from the Croc in the nick of time? Don't be late for this awesome adventure with Jake and the Never Land Pirates. Yo ho, let's go!
A departing tortoise has his bags packed and is almost ready to set out on an adventure, but he can’t leave until he says good-bye to each of his animal friends. The tortoise stops for every last timid mouse and bumblebee, shouting his rhyming good-byes, making you wonder if, perhaps, he’s stalling the start of his trip. His animal friends appear startled as he suddenly pops up on each page to say adieu—especially the perplexed rhinoceros the tortoise mistakes for a unicorn! With each farewell, the tortoise’s good-byes get sillier and more creative. When will the good-byes end and the adventure begin? See You Later, Alligator is a silly story with bright, engaging illustrations and expressive, rhyming text that children will want to read—and giggle through—again and again. Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readers—picture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults. Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft; stories told with LEGO bricks; books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Alexa and the other children at her escuela in Costa Rica have a special project: they are raising American Crocodiles. She names her croc Jefe, which means "boss," because he seems to be in charge of all the other babies. Alexa brings him chicken and frogs to eat, and writes about his progress in her diary. Soon, her little hatchling is as big as a loaf of bread. He has grown into a juvenile and it is time for Alexa to say goodbye and for Jefe to return to the wild.