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Night of the Moonjellies
by Mark Shasha
25th Anniversary Edition. Young Mark spends a busy, noisy day helping out at Gram's seaside hot dog stand.
After the last customer is served and the grill is scrubbed to a silvery shine, Mark sails off with Gram
for a promised surprise, and finds a nighttime sea full of shimmering moonjellies.
The scientific name for the creatures in this story is Ctenophore, they are also called comb jellies or sea gooseberries.
In New England they are most plentiful in the late summer. They are not true jellyfish because they don't have
stinging cells or tentacles. Moonjellies are harmless.
ISBN: 9781930900974, Hardcover. Ages 3-8. $18.95.
"Hi, Pizza Man!"
by Virginia Walter
illustrated by Ponder Goembel
It all begins with a simple question posed by a patient mother when her impatient toddler shouts, 'I'm hungry!'
'What will you say when the doorbell rings and we open the door?' asks Mom. 'Hi, Pizza Man!' replies the thoughtful
child. . . .(But) what if it's a pizza woman?. . . a pizza kitty?. . . a pizza duck?. . . The book has a wonderfully
satisfying roundness that comes full circle when the doorbell finally rings.
—The Horn Book.
ISBN: 9781930900943, Hardcover, Ages 2-6 . $18.95.
Father and I Were Ranchers
by Ralph Moody
Ralph was eight years old in 1906 when his family moved from New Hampshire to a Colorado ranch.
Through his eyes, the pleasures and perils of ranching in the early twentieth century are experienced...
auctions and roundups, family picnics, irrigation wars, tornadoes and wind storms all give authentic color to Little Britches.
So do wonderfully told adventures, which equip Ralph for the path his life will take.
ISBN: 9781930900967, Hardcover, Ages 8+
by Molly Bang
The story of a little goose who had to leave home to find out what no one could teach her. Adopted by woodchucks at birth, goose never feels she truly belongs ... until the day she discovers she can fly.
Written in 1996, Goose was named a best book of the year by both School Library Journal and Horn Book. In
2015 it won the Phoenix Picture Book Award from the Children's Literature Association.
ISBN: 9781930900950, Hardcover, Ages 2-6 . $14.95.
Gus and the Baby Ghost
by Jane Thayer
illustrated by Seymour Fleishman
Gus, the ghost, and Mr. Frizzle, the museum keeper, have a difference of opinion about the baby ghost abandoned on the museum doorstep.
ISBN: 9781930900936, Hardcover, Ages 3-8 . $16.95.
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