6 Children's School Books, Scholastic, Scott Foresman
- Jack and the Beanstalk -- Wishbone, The Early Years #1, by Brad Strickland and Thomas E. Fuller
Wishbone is excited when he gets to visit his best friend Joe's classroom at school. Then Wishbone leaves his favorite toy at school and he must go back alone to get it. But first he must face a big, scary custodian who is hot on his trail.
- Tonight on the Titanic -- Magic Tree House #17, by Mary Pope Osborne
Jack and Annie are in for an exciting, scary and sad adventure when the Magic Tree House whisks them back tot he decks of the Titanic. Is there anything they can do to help the ill-fated ship? Will they be able to save anyone? Will they be able to save themselves?
- Stone Fox by John Reynolds Gardiner,
Little Willy has a big job to do. When his grandfather falls ill, it is up to Willy alone to save their farm from the tax collector. But where can a ten-year-old get five hundred dollars in a hurry? Then Willy sees the poster for the National Dogsled Race. The race pits Willy against the best dog teams in the country, including the Indian Stone Fox and his five beautiful Samoyeds, who have never lost a race. And Stone Fox wants the prize money as bad as Willy does. Willy's dog Searchlight, is every bit as fast as the competition, and WIlly knows the terrain better than anyone. But can one boy and one dog be a match for the unbeatable Stone Fox?
- Horrible Harry and the Drop of Doom by Suzy Kline
The last day of second grade has finally arrived. To celebrate, Song Lee's having a party at the local amusement park. Everyone's talking about their favorite rides. Harry brags that he likes all the rides, as long as they're scary. So his sworn enemy, Sidney, dares him to try the park's newest ride -- The Drop of Doom. Harry agrees, before he realizes the ride has the one horrible thing he hates. If Harry can't face his fear, he'll be doomed to live thorugh third grade at Sidney's mercy.
- The Year of the Panda by Miriam Schlein
Strange things are happening on Lu Yi's farm. First, some men from the Chinese government ask Lu Yi's father to sell the property that has belonged to the family for generations. Then a giant panda appears in a neighbor's field, a rare occurrence, given the farm's distance from the high-mountain bamboo forests that pandas inhabit. Lu Yi has a feeling that the two mysteries are somehow connected. And before long, an orphaned baby panda hs finds in the woods provides an answer.
- BONUS BOOK!! Celebrate Freedom -- Songs, Symbols and Sayings of the United States
Children can learn the lyrics to popular patriotic American songs, the history of the flag, proper ways to show respect and how to display the flag. There are national symbols, landmarks, buildings and treasures in this book, as well as famous words of freedom.
Condition: Used, but like new, former school books from a retired teacher. The books may have the teacher's name inside.
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