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Contents Picture Books Cloth............................................ 3 Picture Books Paper.......................................... 19 Novelty.............................................................. 31 Middle Reader and Young Adult..................... 41 Bestselling Backlist........................................... 54 Parenting........................................................... 77 Index by Title..................................................... 82 Index by Publisher............................................ 84

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With this picture book, not a single word is needed to tell a thousand stories.

The Umbrella

Picture Books Cloth

by Ingrid and Deiter Schubert

• Lemniscaat is known and celebrated for its wordless picture books • Author/illustrators have a great track record of starred reviews in major review journals • Wordless picture books translate well to all countries and all ages

About the Book A little dog finds an umbrella in the garden on a windy day. The moment the dog picks up the umbrella, it catches the wind and pulls the dog skywards. This is the start of a fantastic journey around the world.  The wind carries the umbrella and the dog all over the globe, from the desert to the sea, from the jungle to the north pole. About the Authors Ingrid and Dieter Schubert, a husband-and-wife team, are the creators of many award-winning picture books for children including Amazing Animals, recipient of a National Parenting Publications Gold Award and Where is My Monkey?, recipient of a Golden Brush award, a Dutch award for best-illustrated book. The Schuberts were both born and raised in Germany.

Lemniscaat is a highly esteemed publishing house located in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The list represents the broad traditions of European picture books and incorporates the best of contemporary art, design, and story.

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An astonishing wordless picture book in which each spread is a work of art.

The Tree House by Marije Tolman and Ronald Tolman

• Winner of the 2010 Bologna Ragazzi Award • Lemniscaat is known and celebrated for its wordless picture books

Where Is My Sock? by Marijke ten Cate

U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover CAN $19.95 EAN: 9781590788080 24 Pages, 11 x 9 Juvenile Fiction/Clothing & Dress (JUV048000) Ages 2 to 5

Elephant Soup

by Ingrid and Deiter Schubert U.S. $17.95 / Hardcover CAN $21.95 EAN: 9781590788073 32 Pages, 81⁄2 x 10 Juvenile Fiction/Animals/Elephants (JUV002080) Ages 4 to 8

About the Book Pure picture-book magic. A polar bear rides a whale to a tree rising out of the water. At the top of the tree is a tree house. Soon, he’s joined by a brown bear in a boat, and the bears find that the tree house is the perfect place to read. When the water recedes, they are joined by flamingos, panda bears, and other animals that come by land and by air. The tree house is a place of wonder, where a brown bear catches snowflakes in a butterfly net. About the Authors Marije Tolman studied illustration and graphic design at the Royal Academy for Visual Arts in the Hague and at the Edinburgh Class of Art in Scotland. She lives and works full-time as a children’s book illustrator in the Netherlands. Her father, Ronald Tolman, is a sculptor, painter, and graphic artist.

“Imbued with quiet effervescence, this wordless picture book imagines a child-sized paradise in which dreamy scenes unfold one after another. The Tolmans, a Dutch father-and-daughter team, draw the central tree—with a marvelous, many-storied tree house in its branches—in rich umber; it maintains the same size, shape, and position throughout, though the details in and around it vary widely... It’s Noah’s Ark undone, with no traumatic flood, no tidy matched pairs, and no need for olive branches. Readers of all ages will want to return to this treasure box of images again and again”.  —Publishers Weekly Starred Review

Raf

by Anke De Vries illustrated by Charlotte Dematons U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover CAN $19.95 EAN: 9781590787496 32 Pages, 91⁄2 x 91⁄2 Juvenile Fiction/Action & Adventure/General (JUV001000) Ages 4 to 8

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Seven little mice are reluctant to start school— until Mother comes up with a plan. 

A fun filled look at why doggies do what they do.

Seven Little Mice Go to School

Doggy Whys?

by Haruo Yamashita illustrated by Kazuo Iwamura

Praise for Hooray For Snow: “The action in this Japanese author/ artist’s English-language debut is low-key: three diminutive squirrels go sledding with their father, and Papa, initially reluctant, discovers that sledding keeps you warm in the cold. The rewards lie in Iwamura’s exquisitely rendered winter landscapes, inked with whispering lines and colored with the palest of tints. He has a talent for imagining what the world looks like to small creatures. While the squirrels’ pointy ears, fluffy tails and matching sweaters make them embraceably cute, the forest they live in is painted in noble proportions, with gigantic mist-covered tree trunks . . .  grasses weighed down under coats of snow, and delicate branches outlined in white. No detail is overlooked . . .” —Publishers Weekly

• Adorable art showcased with a gatefold • Timed for back to school promotions • Iwamura’s Hooray series has been warmly received in the U.S.   • Author’s books will be part of NorthSouth’s One World, Many Stories activity sheet, which ties in with the ALA’s summer reading theme for 2011

About the Book A charming new series from Kazuo Iwamura. It’s time for seven little mice to start school!  And it’s up to Mother Mouse to get them there. When the little mice prove reluctant, Mother Mouse invents “the mouse train”—all aboard!  About the Author Haruo Yamashita was born in Tokyo. He spent much of his childhood by the ocean. A graduate of Kyoto University, he now lives in Atami, a beautiful seaside city. He is the author of many books for children in Japan.

by Lila Prap

• Fun, non-fiction from the author, in the same format as Dinosaurs?! • Bold, kid-friendly illustrations • NorthSouth will create a Lila Prap activity sheet that can be downloaded online and will be distributed at the ALA Convention.  

About the Book Lila Prap returns with another humorously illustrated picture book!  Why do dogs do as we tell them? Why do dogs differ so much?  Why are some dogs more obedient than others? Why do dogs bark?  These questions and many more are answered in this funny, fact-filled feast. About the Author Lila Prap (Lilijana Praprotnik Zupancic) is one of the most popular author-illustrators, not only in her native Slovenia, but increasingly in the rest of the world. Among her many books are Daddies (also available in Spanish) and Animal Lullabies.

About the Illustrator Kazuo Iwamura studied at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music and started his career as an illustrator for children’s television programs. He lives in Mashiko, outside Tokyo, with his family.

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Praise for Dinosaurs?!: “In this humorous look at evolution, Prap makes the case that all modernday birds, including chickens, are descended from dinosaurs. The book’s illustrations are fun and well-laidout, and the witty text is chock-full of information . . . and side notes provide interesting details about the ‘terrible lizards.’ Dino lovers will clamor for this title.”—School Library Journal

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Striking art combines with a fun story about dreams and determination.

Frank and Ernest take readers out to the ballgame. 

Clementine

Frank and Ernest Play Ball

by Sebastian Loth

by Alexandra Day

Praise for Remembering Crystal: “Although there are other books for young ones that deal with the topic of death, this gets high points for the simplicity of the text—a few lines per page—and the handsomeness of the design. Buff, mottled pages serve as the background for illustrations that are elegant in their spareness. The characters, deeply colored and outlined in ink, dominate the spreads, and despite the somber subject, moments of humor escape into the art . . . this story of a final friendship touches the heart.”—Booklist

• Author’s debut, Remembering Crystal, received wonderful reviews • A sweet and accessible story about the delight of discovering something wonderful in one’s own backyard • The charming artwork draws children into this tale of dreams and determination

About the Book Once there was a little snail who loved everything round—hoops and wheels and balls and balloons and, most of all, the moon. Oh, how she longed to glide gently over the moon’s surface, around and around and around. And so she made a daring decision—she’d find a way to fly to the moon! About the Author Sebastian Loth’s lyrical texts and sweetly minimalist illustrations bespeak his childhood love of literature, and it comes as no surprise that he began writing poems and short stories while still in school. A banker and an economist as well as a writer, he lives near Cologne, Germany.

• Spring release dovetails nicely with both the professional baseball season and little league • Children and adults will enjoy learning baseball terms arcane and familiar, amusing and just plain bizarre • Frank and Ernest’s gentle camaraderie and work ethic are admirable

About the Book Thank goodness Frank and Ernest have returned! And just in time to save the day. This time the beloved duo puts their best paw forward to help out on the baseball diamond!  Frank, a bear, and Ernest, an elephant, must master the language of baseball during their stint as managers of the Elmville Mudcats, a minor league team. The animal pals have their work cut out for them; the team is in last place in the league and Frank and Ernest have to do everything—sell tickets, run batting practice, announce the game to the fans, and more! But once they learn the right language, it all seems easy. Readers will cheer for Frank and Ernest whose skill with the lingo makes for a great day at the ballpark!     About the Author Alexandra Day is the creator of the Good Dog Carl book series and the highly acclaimed Frank and Ernest. She has brought this entrepreneurial duo back in another beautifully illustrated story filled with a secret language, which children will love.

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U.S. $14.95 / Hardcover CAN $16.95 EAN: 9780735840096 32 Pages, 81⁄8 x 8, Carton Qty. 20 Full-color illustrations throughout Juvenile Fiction/General (JUV000000) Ages 4 to 8

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“ . . . Frank and Ernest are an elephant and a bear, respectively who take over the Elmville Mudcats for one game… Frank and Ernest know nothing about the game, but with the help of a dictionary of baseball, they learn about such mysterious words and phrases as cellar, pepper, frozen rope, hot corner, hot dog, and can of corn. Kids love this sort of whimsical language, and the book has plenty of it. Which may surprise those who know Day as the author of the wonderful, and almost wordless, Good Dog Carl books.” —Sports Illustrated

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From the book: Tooter was no ordinary skunk. Sure, he looked like one: black fur, white stripe, long tail. But Tooter didn’t stink like an ordinary skunk. In fact Tooter didn’t stink at all— which really stinks if you happen to be a skunk.

A skunk learns a valuable lesson of friendship and self-esteem from an unlikely source—a stinkbug!

When 999 tadpoles turn into 999 young frogs, they no longer fit into their pond—and that’s when the fun begins!

Tooter’s Stinky Wish

999 Tadpoles

by Brian Cretney illustrated by Peggy Collins

by Ken Kimura illustrated by Yasunari Murakami

• Engaging, colorful illustrations by an awardwinning illustrator • Character and value-based themes presented in a humorous story

About the Book Tooter is a skunk that just can’t stink. He tries everything from scientific experiments to self-help manuals. In despair, he wishes on an evening star. A small bug overhears his wish and takes him on a journey of discovery where Tooter learns the value of perspective, perseverance, and patience. And when Fox tries to turn Tooter into a midnight snack, Tooter discovers that his new friend packs a powerful stinky punch of his own. About the Author Brian Cretney is a primary school teacher who enjoys telling stories to his students. He also encourages them to tell stories of their own in a safe, inclusive environment. This is his first picture book. Cretney lives in St. Catherines, Ontario.   Abut the Illustrator Peggy Collins is a veteran illustrator of more than a dozen picture books including In the Garden and In the Snow, both of which were included in the CCBC’s list of Best Books for 2010. She lives in Roblyn, Ontario.

• Children will be charmed by the book’s bright, fun illustrations and silly story • A follow-up title, 999 Frogs, will be published in Fall 2011 • Two great curriculum tie-ins: counting and nature/ life cycles

About the Book “We’ll have to move,” says Mother, after realizing the pond is too small.  But moving a family of 999 young frogs is fraught with danger! Hungry snakes are crawling through the grass. Hungry hawks are flying through the sky. A young frog makes a mighty tasty morsel.   Never underestimate the quick wits of 999 young frogs! About the Author Ken Kimura was born in Tottori Prefecture, Japan. In addition to writing children’s books, he makes handmade children’s toys. Kimura lives in Japan.  About the Illustrator Yasunari Murakami was born in Gifu Prefecture, Japan. His illustrations have been honored at the Bolgona Book Fair and the Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava. Murakami illustrations also won the Japan Picture Book Award, and there is a Yasunari Murakami Museum in the Izu Highland, Japan. He lives in Japan.

From the book: One warm spring day, 999 tadpoles were born. Although they were tiny, they were full of energy. Mother and Father Frog were very proud.   The 999 tadpoles grew and grew and grew, until one day they grew into frogs. Now the pond was too small for them.   “We can’t move!” one called. “We can’t breathe!” called another.  “Don’t push!” called a third.  “We have a situation here,” said Father.  “We’ll have to move,” said Mother.

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U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover CAN $19.95 EAN: 9780735840133 40 Pages, 81⁄8 x 93⁄8, Carton Qty. 20 Full-color illustrations throughout Juvenile Fiction/General (JUV000000) Ages 4 to 8

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Fanciful yet simple watercolor illustrations of animals, by an autistic artist, teach children basic English and Spanish vocabulary.

Animals Everywhere An Illustrated Book of Creatures Bilingual Edition by Pat Coleman illustrated by Saul Alegria

• Published in association with the National Institute of Art and Disabilities (NIAD)

About the Book Open the cover of Animals Everywhere: An Illustrated Book of Creatures and enter a kingdom of chromatic whimsy. Within these pages, children will find a myriad of animals drawn with a unique graphic simplicity—a style that interlocks reality with a vibrant color palette. These are the fanciful watercolor illustrations of autistic artist Saul Alegria. Animals Everywhere is a bilingual book that invites young English and Spanish speakers to identify small and large animals.

Vivid imagery of important state landmarks and sites combine with local, cultural happenings to help children learn the ABCs.

N Is for New York by New York Boys & Girls Clubs Rochester

• ABC books are a great way to begin and enhance a child’s reading experience • Fun Facts in the back of the book add to the educational value

About the Book Combining vibrant photos with fun and informative couplets that elaborate on the pictures, N is for New York offers clear picture/word associations. The couplets are written by children for children and are therefore very accessible and entertaining to read and learn from. The imagery leaves a lasting impression in the child’s mind as he or she learns about what makes New York so beautiful and unique. Intriguing facts at the back of the book add to the nonfiction learning experience. About the Author Written by children participating in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Rochester, New York.

About the Editor Pat Coleman is the executive director of the National Institute of Art and Disabilities, an innovative visual arts center assisting adults with developmental and other physical disabilities.

Praise for the See My State Alphabet Book Series: “One poem for each letter of the alphabet was chosen for the book O is for Oregon from hundreds and hundreds of submissions from the students at Winterhaven Elementary School in Oregon. The student-writers signed copies of the book during a launch party at A Children’s Place bookstore. Its success has spawned similar alphabet books in the series, including C is for California and W is for Washington.”—The Oregonian

About the Illustrator Saul Alegria is an autistic artist living in Northern California.

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U.S. $13.95 / Hardcover CAN $15.95 EAN: 9780882407777 32 Pages, 83⁄8 x 83⁄8, Carton Qty. 56 32 full-color illustrations Juvenile Nonfiction/People & Places/ United States/General (JNF038100) Ages 3 to 6

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Kids with differences can make a difference.

The Boy Who Learned Upside Down

The beloved classic retold for young children, with beautiful illustrations by Maja Dusíková.

Bambi

by Christy Scattarella illustrated by Winky Wheeler

by Felix Salten illustrated by Maja Dusíková

• Based on a true story • Tackles universal themes of discouragement and the desire to fit in • Ideal for diversity curriculum • A rare book in which the child with learning disabilities gets to be the hero

• Beautiful, oversized picture book edition of the beloved classic • Lush illustrations by an internationally acclaimed artist • Novel-length text has been edited down to a simple, read-aloud story

About the Book Red correction marks cover Alex’s homework like chickenpox, and words slither and slink across the page when he tries to read. No wonder Alex is ready to give up on school. Then a mischievous mutt named Shadow and a toy rat with glow-in-the-dark eyeballs help change his mind about learning—and about himself. Based on a true story, The Boy Who Learned Upside Down tells how one child’s quest for courage wound up helping thousands of other children with learning challenges. Outrageously imaginative Alex and his loyal dog, Shadow, will bring laughter, tears, and inspiration to any child who has faced discouragement or who has just wanted to fit in. About the Author Christy Scattarella is a former award-winning journalist whose son’s struggle with learning disabilities led her to create a foundation to help other children with learning challenges. At Alex’s request, she named her foundation for his dog, Shadow. Today, The Shadow Project has helped nearly 6,000 boys and girls become confident and engaged learners and receives requests from as far away as New Zealand. Scattarella lives in Portland, Oregon.

About the Book Children—and adults—the world around know and love the story of the little fawn who grows into a handsome stag. For this tender, picturebook adaptation of the beloved novel (authorized by the Salten estate), Maja Dusíková has created exquisite watercolor paintings that transport readers into the woodland world of one of the world’s favorite characters. About the Author Felix Salten (1869-1945) was born in Budapest, Hungary, but moved to Vienna, Austria, when he was just four weeks old. He wrote Bambi in 1923. It was translated into English in 1928 and became a Book-of-theMonth Club success. 

Praise for Heidi: “Dusíková’s watercolor illustrations feature rosy-cheeked children, cuddly goats, and flowering hillside pastures. The images enhance the narrative and reveal enough in themselves for browsers to understand the basic plot.”—School Library Journal

About the Illustrator Maja Dusíková was born in Piestany, Czechoslovakia, and now lives in Florence, Italy. One of the most celebrated illustrators in Europe, she has illustrated some of NorthSouth’s bestselling picture books, including The Advent Storybook and Heidi.

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A beautifully illustrated picture book of a family of wild horses in one of the last “wild places.”

Where Wild Horses Run by Georgia Graham

Praise for The Strongest Man This Side of Cremona, also by Georgia Graham: “Striking illustrations… Bold colors and textures capture the expansive landscape and the rising intensity of the advancing storm. [A] warm reassuring story.”—School Library Journal

• Books about horses are very popular with young readers • Told from the perspective of wild horses— no humans in the story • Promotes protection of the wild herds

About the Book This gorgeously illustrated picture book is dedicated to the wild horses of the Nemaiah Valley, one of the last pristine places left for wild horses of the rugged north mountain country. Award-winning author and illustrator Georgia Graham went there to look for the horses in the middle of May when they were still low in the hills searching for the first blades of spring grass. Where Wild Horses Run tells a moving story of how one band of horses grouped together as family to protect a vulnerable colt from cougars—a story of love and dedication that will ultimately inspire children with the hope that there are still truly wild places in this world worth protecting. About the Author Georgia Graham has been a compulsive drawer ever since she was a child and her mother gave her a set of 12 pastels. Where Wild Horses Run is the 14th book she has illustrated and the fourth she has written. She and her husband live on a tree farm in Central Alberta.

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The original Grimm’s fairy tale with delightful illustrations from a beloved artist.

Little Red Riding Hood

Picture Books Paper

by Brothers Grimm illustrated by Bernadette Watts

• Features an oversized paperback trim • The original fairy tale in all its glory

About the Book This beautiful edition of the classic tale is illustrated by one of Europe’s most recognized and beloved fairy-tale artists, Bernadette Watts, known simply as Bernadette. The familiar story elements play out as expected to the satisfying conclusion while the illustrations convey a sense of both magic and rustic charm. About the Authors Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm got their stories from peasants and villagers, and sometimes from already-published works from other cultures. Jakob did much of the research, while Wilhelm put the stories into literary form.

“My what big talent she has… The old is new again here, and this is a welcome addition to the fairy-tale shelf.”—Kirkus Reviews

About the Illustrator Bernadette Watts was born in Northampton, England. Her mother was a painter and her father an architect, so Watts was encouraged to paint and write at an early age. Her work has been influenced by turn-of-thecentury illustrators such as Edmund Dulac and W. Heath Robinson and by naïve painters and folk artists. She still resides in England.

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Fun lessons about the origins of some of the most common figures of speech that will make children giggle and parents smile.

In a playful and rhythmic page-turner, Carrot the Cat learns that to like who you are is right where it’s at.

Life is a Bowl Full of Cherries

Carrot

by Vanita Oelschlager illustrated by Robin Hegan

• Children learn how to have fun with language • Good for individual creative time as well as group discussions • Teachers can use this book when introducing idioms

“This book is not your ninth grade teacher’s English lesson on idiomatic expressions!  Vanita Oelschlager and Robin Hegan’s work brings fun, laughter, and life to some of the best examples of our complex and delightful language. Young children are ‘ripe for the picking’ when it comes to literacy development, and this book is a great tool for both the home and classroom.” —Katherine Y. Hatcher, Director of Lower School, Lake Ridge Academy

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About the Book Life is a Bowl Full of Cherries shows children the magic of idioms—words that separately have one meaning, but together take on something entirely different. Children are curious about words, especially phrases that make them laugh (“Couch potato!”), that sound silly (“Eat your words”) or that trigger images to tickle a child’s sense of the absurd (“Pie in the sky”). This book features outlandish illustrations of what each of the words describes literally. About the Author Vanita Oelschlager serves as a Writer in Residence for the Literacy Program at The University of Akron. She was the Congressional Angels in Adoption award recipient for the State of Ohio in 2007 and was named National Volunteer of the Year by the MS Society in 2008. Oelschlager was also honored in 2009 as the Woman Philanthropist of the Year by the Summit County Chapter of the United Way. She lives in Akron, Ohio.

by Vanita Oelschlager illustrated by Kristin Blackwood

• A whimsical story that teaches an often-told moral • Introduces rhyme and meter while telling a tale about a delightful cat • Great book for a library setting

About the Book A delightful story about a common house cat who finds that the grass is not always greener on the other side of the fence. Carrot envies the fancy white cat she sees on a yacht in the bay and fantasizes a life of wealth: “She would be asked to marry / the Earl of Kent’s cat / Nothing could be / more romantic than that.”  Finally Carrot realizes her “common” life has much to offer that idleness aboard a yacht could never fulfill: “Without their sweet Carrot / what would her poor family do? / And what of the mouse? / Who would tend to his flu?” About the Illustrator Kristin Blackwood is a teacher and a frequent illustrator of books for children. Her works of art are published in My Grampy Can’t Walk, Let Me Bee, What Pet Will I Get?, Made in China, Big Blue, Ivy in Bloom and Ivan’s Great Fall, A Tale of Two Daddies, and Bonyo Bonyo. A graduate of Kent State University, Blackwood has a degree in Art History.

About the Illustrator Robin Hegan is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Integrative Arts. Her illustrations can be seen in Birds of a Feather, Mother Goose Other Goose, My Grampy Can’t Walk, and The Lizard House Adventure. Hegan lives in Pennsylvania with her family.

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“What’s a plain old house cat to do when she sees another living the life of pampered luxury on board a yacht? Why, dream of course! Of trips around the world. Of sumptuous foods brought right to her cushion. And then marriage to a prince! But dreams give way to realities. Of the people who depend on her company. Of the familiar streets and haunts.  Even of the old, sick mouse that she brings food to. In the end, our Carrot decides that her life is really far richer than the isolation she sees with the white, fluffed and distant object of her initial envy.” —Cinda Dehner, National Board for Professional Teachers 

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A picture book for children with Sensory Processing Disorder, their siblings, friends, and classmates that helps all involved understand a sometimes misunderstood child.

Ellie Bean the Drama Queen A Children’s Book about Sensory Processing Disorder by Jennie Harding illustrated by Dave Padgett COVER NOT FINAL

From the book: “In fact, there were many things that upset Ellie. Things that made Ellie just not feel . . . right. And when Ellie did not feel right, everyone knew! She would cry. Ellie would scream. She would run around frantically. It seemed like she could not stop.”

• Helps explain some bizarre or “dramatic” behavior • Children will empathize with Ellie Bean

About the Book Ellie Bean the Drama Queen is a cute picture book that helps children with sensory issues, and the adults around them, understand what they are going through. Sometimes Ellie Bean seems like she is being difficult, when she really has a sensory issue that can be overcome quite easily. About the Author Jennie Harding is the mother of two, one of whom is “Ellie Bean” who has Sensory Processing Disorder.  In addition to being a mom, she is also a special education teacher, working with children of all ability levels. Harding lives in Maumee, Ohio.

Melvin is excited to be going to New York City—but his aunt’s idea of showing him around the city is not quite what he expected.

No Frogs for Dinner by Frieda Wishinsky illustrated by Linda Hendry

• Multigenerational story of a young boy and his older aunt • Simple vocabulary appropriate for early readers • Completely redesigned with updated artwork for new picture book version

About the Book Melvin can’t wait to visit New York City. He wants to see all of the sights: skyscrapers, the subway, Yankee Stadium. But his Aunt Rose has other ideas: the Metropolitan Opera, the Botanical Gardens, the Museums of Modern Art and Natural History. Melvin’s parents warned him to “be a good guest” while he was visiting. But when Aunt Rose takes him out for dinner to a fancy restaurant, Melvin puts his foot down. Together, he and Aunt Rose work out a compromise so that they can share ALL the best parts of the city.

“In few words, Wishinsky manages to convey that helpless feeling of entrapment at the hands of a wellmeaning relative. Hendry’s presentation of Melvin’s disgruntlement and Aunt Rose’s enthusiasm offers an amusing counterpoint.”—The Toronto Star

About the Author Frieda Wishinsky is the award-winning author of  more than 20 picture books and early chapter books including The Man Who Made Parks (voted an “outstanding” book by the Parents Council of the U.S.) and Each One Special (finalist for the Governer General’s Award). She was raised in New York City.   About the Illustrator Linda Hendry has illustrated dozens of picture books including the acclaimed Jocelyn and the Ballerina, How to Make Super Pop-Ups (a New York Public Library “Best Book”) and The Queen Who Stole the Sky (a Governor General’s Award for Illustration Honour Book).

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“This book helps children have fun with language by learning about idioms. Vanita Oelschlager and Robin Hegan have taken the bull by the horns with their words and illustrations in showing how common phrases started meaning one thing and now mean another. By the end, Birds of a Feather had me tickled pink.”  —Cinda Dehner, National Board for Professional Teachers

A fun introduction to the magic of idioms such as “ants in your pants!,”“barking up the wrong tree,”“goosebumps,” and more.

From the Those Amazing Animals series: photos, drawings, and facts about those amazing bears!

Birds of a Feather

Those Big Bears

by Vanita Oelschlager illustrated by Robin Hegan

by Jan Lee Wicker illustrated by Steve Weaver

• Children learn how to have fun with language • Good for individual creative time or group discussions • Companion book to Life is a Bowl Full of Cherries

• Bears appeal to the audience of children ages 5 to 9 • More than 30,000 books have sold in the Those Amazing Animals series

About the Book Children are innately curious about words, especially phrases that make them laugh, sound silly, or trigger images that tickle a child’s sense of the absurd (“Like a bull in a china shop”). Birds of a Feather introduces children to the magic of idioms—words that separately have one meaning, but together take on something entirely different. The book introduces idioms with outlandish illustrations of what the words describe literally. The reader then has to guess the “real” meaning of the phrases (which is printed upside down in the corner of each spread).

About the Book Did you know that koala bears are not really bears at all?  Can you believe there is a bear that has no front teeth?  Did you know that black bears are not always black?  If bears can outrun, outswim, and outclimb you, what do you do if you see one in the wild? 

About the Author Vanita Oelschlager serves as a Writer in Residence for the Literacy Program at The University of Akron. She was the Congressional Angels in Adoption award recipient for the State of Ohio in 2007 and was named National Volunteer of the Year by the MS Society in 2008. Oelschlager was also honored in 2009 as the Woman Philanthropist of the Year by the Summit County Chapter of the United Way. She lives in Akron, Ohio.

About the Author Jan Lee Wicker has taught pre-kindergarten through first grade for the past 29 years. She loves to teach children about animals and takes great joy in writing nonfiction for young children. Wicker has also written Those Funny Flamingos, Those Delightful Dolphins, Those Excellent Eagles, and Those Magical Manatees. She lives in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina.

About the Illustrator Robin Hegan is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Integrative Arts. Her illustrations can be seen in Birds of a Feather, Mother Goose Other Goose, My Grampy Can’t Walk, and The Lizard House Adventure. Hegan lives in Pennsylvania with her family.

This book will answer these four questions and many more. Includes a recipe for a yummy Powered Panda, as well as other fun activities.

About the Illustrator Steve Weaver, an artist with many styles, has illustrated all the books in the Those Amazing Animals series with his clever cartoons.

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Those Amazing Alligators

Those Beautiful Butterflies

Those Colossal Cats

Those Lively Lizards

Those Magical Manatees

Those Outrageous Owls

by Kathy Feeney illustrated by Steve Weaver

by Sarah Cussen illustrated by Steve Weaver

by Marta Magellan illustrated by Steve Weaver

by Jan Lee Wicker illustrated by Steve Weaver

EAN: 9781561643561 Juvenile Nonfiction/Animals/Reptiles & Amphibians (JNF003190)

EAN: 9781561644155 Juvenile Nonfiction/Science & Nature/ Zoology (JNF051150)

EAN: 9781561644582 Juvenile Nonfiction/Animals/Lions, Tigers, Leopards, etc. (JNF003130)

by Marta Magellan illustrated by Steve Weaver photographs by James Gersing

by Laura Wyatt illustrated by Steve Weaver photographs by H.G. Moore III

Those Delightful Dolphins

Those Excellent Eagles

Those Funny Flamingos

Those Peculiar Pelicans

Those Terrific Turtles

Those Voracious Vultures

by Jan Lee Wicker illustrated by Steve Weaver

by Jan Lee Wicker illustrated by Steve Weaver photographs by H.G. Moore III

by Jan Lee Wicker illustrated by Steve Weaver

by Sarah Cussen illustrated by Steve Weaver photographs by Roger Hammond

by Sarah Cussen illustrated by Steve Weaver photographs by David M. Dennis

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by Marta Magellan illustrated by Steve Weaver photographs by James Gersing and Ron Magill

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Another classic fairy tale brought to life by the winning illustrations of Bernadette Watts.

The Bremen Town Musicians by The Brothers Grimm illustrated by Bernadette Watts

• A beautiful paperback addition to the NorthSouth fairy tales line • Visually memorable illustrations to charm all children • A satisfying, warm lesson in friendship

McGuffey’s First Eclectic Reader

McGuffey’s Second Eclectic Reader

McGuffey’s Eclectic Primer

U.S. $7.95 / Trade Paper CAN $9.95 EAN: 9781429041027 100 Pages, 5 x 8 Juvenile Nonfiction/Readers/Beginner (JNF045000) Ages 5 and up

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by William McGuffey

by William McGuffey

by William McGuffey

About the Book In this classic tale from the Brothers Grimm, a donkey, a dog, a cat, and a rooster are driven from their homes by ungrateful masters. United in misery, they join forces and set off for Bremen Town to become musicians. Along the way, the cacophonous quartet encounters and outwits a band of robbers, and in the process discover just what they’ve been looking for. About the Authors Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm got their stories from peasants and villagers, and sometimes from already-published works from other cultures. Jakob did much of the research, while Wilhelm put the stories into literary form.

“The volume’s high point is the effulgent artwork by Watts, who has also illustrated such classics as The Fir Tree and The Elves and the Shoemaker. Whether depicting the richly tinted autumn landscape or the incandescent glow of the moonlit forest, her doublepage spreads are imposing.” —Publishers Weekly

About the Illustrator Bernadette Watts has loved to draw since her childhood in England. She created her first picture book under the influence of Beatrix Potter. Watts studied at the Maidstone Art School in Kent and is the illustrator of North South fairy tales The Snow Queen and The Ugly Duckling. Also Available:

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A novelty book about an egg that includes a magical hidden surprise.

Oliver

Novelty

by Christopher Franceschelli

• A perfect introduction to the world of books for small children • Elegant simplicity makes it appropriate for the very young • Sturdy construction means it will last

About the Book A paper-over-board novelty book with ribbon that features Oliver the egg on one side and Oliver the chick on the other in a penultimate spread.  “Oliver was an egg. There was nothing he could do about it. He could roll to one side.  He could roll to the other. He could even stand on his head.  But he was simply an egg and that was that. Until one day, everything changed because miracles happen.” About the Author Born and raised a New Yorker, Christopher Franceschelli is a longtime publisher, editor, and creator of children’s books. His inspiration for this book was the vivid memory as a seven-year-old of watching a magician pulling a red ribbon out of one end of an impossibly little box— and then as the magician pulled on the other end, the red disappeared and a green ribbon appeared instead. Franceschelli sought to recreate that sense of wonder in Oliver.

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Modern Art Memory Game

Materials Alphabet (Chunky Edition)

designed by Gloria Fowler

designed by Gloria Fowler

A perfect companion to the Charley Harper ABCs and 123s board books.

Charley Harper Colors by Charley Harper

• An educational and interactive way to discover the modern masters and their work • Beautifully packaged Art History 101 that will appeal to children and discerning grown-ups • High design at an affordable price

• An original, sophisticated and aesthetically interesting way to present the alphabet • Very design oriented, educational, and inspiring • A perfect gift item for creative types of all ages

About the Book Classic examples of modern art by Andy Warhol, Henri Matisse, Piet Mondrian, Joan Miro, Vincent Van Gogh, and more. This Deluxe edition includes a stapled booklet with all of the artwork shown along with brief info on each piece—name of artist, name of painting. Kids (and their parents) are able to earn extra points for knowing this info. A nice introduction, for children and adults, to Modern Art.

About the Book Sesame Street meets Stefan Sagmeister meets Andy Goldsworthy. This typographic alphabet teaches toddlers how to “read,” as they recognize each word made out of the actual material. For instance: L is for LEAVES—lots of autumn-colored leaves form the word LEAVES; P is for PINS—hundreds of pins form the word PINS; and R is for ROCKS—lots of river rocks form the word ROCKS. The words include natural and man-made materials, and each word is a different font.

• A classic board book featuring the colorful illustrations of Charley Harper • Young children can learn their colors through the delightful images • This small gem is a beautifully designed and educational book for Harper fans, both young and old

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Praise for Charley Harper ABCs: “Charley Harper takes the alphabet book to a funky, new level with fresh, modern illustrations.”—Parenting

About the Book Charley Harper Colors is the same size and format as the Charley Harper ABCs and Charley Harper 123s, making them a perfect trio. This book illustrates the names of colors as they apply to animals and nature, including red ladybugs, blue birds, and green forests. Pre-schoolers will have fun identifying the colors and animals in Harper’s whimsical and colorful world of illustrations. About the Author For more than four decades, Charley Harper provided art collectors with unique views of the natural world. In a style that Harper called “minimal realism,” the artist created stylized drawings and paintings that captured the essence of his subjects using the fewest possible elements.

About the Author Gloria Fowler is the Design Director of AMMO Books, a long time instructor at Art Center College of Design, and a mom with two kids.  She recently designed a line of children’s books and toys featuring the work of artist Charley Harper.

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New Series from NorthSouth About the Series

Take these rough and tumble tiny books wherever you go! Tuff Books are sweet adaptations of picture book favorites and original stories perfect for toddlers. They are tear-resistant, easy-to-clean, and completely safety-tested and approved for tiny, tuff readers.

Tuff Books Features

• Great new resilient format for toddlers • Fantastic price for full-length story and quality safety-tested format

Two Little Chicks

Rainbow Fish and the Whale

by Valeri Gorbachev

by Marcus Pfister

About the Book Two scared little chicks become two brave little chicks when they visit the park for the very first time.

About the Book Rainbow Fish saves the day and makes a new friend in this tale from the award-winning series.

About the Author Valeri Gorbachev is the author/illustrator of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and the illustrator of Who Will Tuck Me in Tonight?, both published by NorthSouth.

About the Author Marcus Pfister is the author and illustrator of the internationally bestselling The Rainbow Fish series. April EAN: 9780735840164, 28 Pages

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When Mama Can’t Sleep

Owl Howl

by Christa Kempter and Natascha Rosenberg

by Paul Friester and Philippe Goosens

About the Book The little owl just keeps howling, but no one in the forest can figure out why!

About the Book What happens late at night when Mama can’t sleep? About the Author Christa Kempter is the author of the acclaimed Wally and Mae series. Natascha Rosenberg has been illustrating children’s books since 1998. She lives in Madrid and Berlin.

About the Author & Illustrator Author Paul Friester and illustrator Philippe Goossens have collaborated on more than a dozen children’s books. June EAN: 9780735840171, 28 Pages

March EAN: 9780735840157, 24 Pages

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Imaginary Castle Giant Floor Puzzle

Imagine Something Beautiful A Patrick Hruby Coloring Book by Patrick Hruby

by Patrick Hruby

A visually colorful board book that teaches counting from one to ten through the wonders of growing food and flowers in the garden.

Counting in the Garden by Emily Hruby illustrated by Patrick Hruby

• A unique and lovely coloring book for design-conscious parents and their budding artists • A great new addition to both the Patrick Hruby line of products and AMMO’s line of coloring books

• Unique and much more sophisticated than other giant floor puzzles on the market  • Extra thick and sturdy pieces make it more durable  About the Book The Kremlin meets It’s a Small World in this wholly original and fictitious new place. Patrick Hruby’s onion domes, pattern and ornament, and vibrant colors make this Imaginary Castle a truly dreamy and delightful place. The multi-layered 2D forms create a dense and complex environment that is a stunning, visual treat for kids to get lost in. This 24-piece, giant floor puzzle is an inspiring and colorful work of art that will spark children’s imaginations with the beauty and originality of its design.

About the Book Patrick Hruby’s imaginative illustrations are translated here into black and white for young budding artists to create their own colorful versions. Thirty-two images of nature, animals, castles, the circus, and more, grace the pages of this unique and beautifully designed coloring book. As a reference, the back cover features all 32 images in full color. Each drawing is printed on white paper on one side only so that markers don’t bleed through to another image. Each page is also perforated at the top for easy removal to place the young artist’s work on the wall or refrigerator.

• A sweet story that helps children remember number sequencing • Contains eco-friendly and educational themes • A well-designed departure from most standard counting books

About the Book This endearing story by Emily Hruby follows a young boy who is bored playing with his toys. His mother suggests he play in the garden instead, and there he finds a wealth of interesting things to count including flowers, herbs, insects, and vegetables. This simple story comes to life through her brother Patrick Hruby’s signature colorful and graphic style. The illustrations engage and develop the story, allowing for the child’s imagination to expand upon the text. This magical garden is over-sized, much like Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland. The story features eco-friendly themes including the rewards of growing your own food, the notion that nurturing a garden in turn nurtures children, and the wonder and abundance of nature.

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“Los Angeles-based illustrator Patrick Hruby employs vibrant hues and interesting shapes . . . his compositions are visually striking.”—Grain Edit

About the Author Emily Hruby’s love of literature, language, and traveling around the world led her to graduate studies in English to ultimately pursue a career as a writer. As a child she was endlessly amazed by her older brother Patrick’s artistic talent. As adults, they continue to collaborate on creative projects and travel together in search of adventure and new inspiration for their work. About the Illustrator Los Angeles-based illustrator Patrick Hruby grew up in a log cabin within an Idaho forest. Influenced by artists and designers such as Charley Harper, Paul Rand, and Mary Blair, Hruby has gone on to develop his own stunning and modern aesthetic. His clients include The New York Times Magazine, Playboy Jazz Festival, Varsity Pictures, and Brand New School. CMYK Magazine recently named him one of their Top 100 New Creatives.

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Jump start creativity and be prepared to exercise the right brain to make animals and characters that no one has seen before.

My Daily Zoo illustrated by Chris Ayers

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“I am no longer simply jealous of Chris Ayers. I am also in awe of him.” —J.J. Abrams

• Young and old alike will enjoy the challenges of creating new animal characters with the help of guided activities from Chris Ayers, the mad artistic genius behind The Daily Zoo series • Using the beloved characters from The Daily Zoo, the exercises in this book will inspire one to develop his or her creativity using uniquely developed activities

About the Book Inspired by The Daily Zoo, Keeping the Doctor at Bay with a Drawing a Day and The Daily Zoo, Year 2, Chris Ayers has created My Daily Zoo to get the creativity of the young and old alike brewing! This activity book features page upon page of exercises that will provide readers with ample opportunities to create their own personal zoo of characters. Some examples of what can be found within the cover: an octopus with the ends of his tentacles missing; scribbles that get turned into characters with scribbles drawn to inspire one’s own characters; design a tortoise shell, a hippo tattoo, a bowling team’s missing members, the dog show’s competition line up, and animal splicing. Have no fear, this book of artistic challenges will start off with a step-by-step drawing follow-a-long: showing a line by line (shape by shape) progression of drawing a Daily Zoo character—provided with blank spaces next to each step for one to follow along. About the Author After a yearlong period of treatment and recovery from leukemia, Chris Ayers started a sketchbook called The Daily Zoo. His initial goal of drawing one animal per day for a year was achieved and then published in The Daily Zoo: Keeping the Doctor at Bay with a Drawing a Day (2008) and The Daily Zoo Year Two - Still Keeping the Doctor at Bay with a Drawing a Day (2009).

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Adam is sure that his band is a shoe-in for the regional talent show competition—but if he can’t keep his grades up, his parents will give him the hook.

Middle Readers and Young Adult

The BEDMAS Conspiracy by Deborah Sherman

• A zany comedy of misadventures • Stand-alone sequel to the acclaimed Triple Chocolate Brownie Genius • Curriculum links: honesty, inclusion, character education, study skills

About the Book Adam’s band, Sick on a Snow Day, is challenged by more than just an unusual name: Adam is mistakenly accused of cheating on a test and must maintain a clean record and B-average if he wants to stay in the band. When lead singer Daniela Alfredsson gets hit with stage-fright at the last minute, Adam creates her alter-ego, Alfred Danielsson, the Swedish exchange student, who becomes an instant tween sensation. And the one kid who holds the key to both Adam’s and Daniela’s fates is Adam’s nemesis, the dorky Eldrick Hooperberg. All he wants in return is to be part of Sick on a Snow Day. About the Author Deborah Sherman is a teacher and a mom. Her first novel, Triple Chocolate Brownie Genius, was a ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Awards finalist in the Juvenile Fiction category and a Diamond Willow reader’s choice award nominee. She divides her time between Hamilton, Ontario, and Denmark.

Praise for The Triple Chocolate Brownie Genius: “This humorous story is a quick and easy read. Children will relate to Michael, as well as to his friends Hil and Sludge… The fast pace of the book will also appeal to reluctant readers.” —School Library Journal

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An engaging adventure with a touch of humor, focusing on empowering young people to take action in their community.

Ricky

An exciting mystery about the hunt for a 200-year-old pirate treasure.

The Money Pit Mystery by Eric Walters

by Eric Walters

• Author has won numerous reader’s choice awards in Canada  • Appealing for reluctant middle-grade readers, both boys and girls • An engaging combination of adventure and humor

“ . . . a fine transition novel for readers who are still keen on animal stories but are becoming aware of the complexities of human relationships.”—Quill & Quire

About the Book Ricky has always loved animals. After all, he shares his house with 29 weird and wonderful creatures. So when vandals break into his school and destroy many of his beloved science teacher’s animals, including Ricky’s favorite, Bogart the boa constrictor, Ricky is shocked. Now it’s up to Ricky and his best friend, Augie, to devise a plan to raise money to replace Bogart—and to surprise Mr. Johnson, the science teacher, at the same time. Raising the money is easy: what’s tough is getting the rather large new reptile—who happens to be smart and slithery—safely to school!

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I’ve Got an Idea U.S. $11.95 / Trade Paper EAN: 9781554551194

• Perfect for reluctant middle grade readers • Combines adventure, mystery, and humor • Touches on the aging/illness of grandparents

About the Book When Sam and Beth accompany their mother on a visit to their grandfather’s home on Oak Island, what occurs when they arrive is more than Sam could have hoped for—more surprising than the magic tricks he spends hours perfecting. Something strange seems to be happening to Granddad, a fact confirmed by his odd behavior and the disgusting state of his once-immaculate home. Apart from losing his memory, he’s also spending a lot of time engaged in a bizarre hunt for an old treasure. When Sam is bitten by the treasure bug too, not even the discovery of a human skull or a dangerous run-in with a monstrous digging machine can keep him and the whole family from plunging into a breakneck-speed mystery. About the Author Social worker, former teacher, and popular classroom speaker, Eric Walters is best known for his engaging novels for reluctant readers. This author of more than 50 books has received 80+ awards for his work, including the IODE Violet Downey Award and multiple OLA Silver Birch and Red Maple readers’ choice awards. Walters lives in Toronto.

Praise for Northern Exposures: “Details about polar bear behavior and melting ice caps are found throughout the story, making it a timely subject in a setting ready-made for adventure. Mostly dialogue-driven, the plot moves quickly, making it a great reluctant reader pick.”—School Library Journal

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Stranded U.S. $11.95 / Trade Paper EAN: 9781554551200

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How does one find a bully who lurks on the Internet and lashes out at helpless victims?

The Mystery of the Cyber Bully

Praise for The Mystery of the Mad Science Teacher: “Boys especially will find Marty’s escapades exciting and funny, and readers may also appreciate the lessons in loyalty and diversity. Marty Chan, the author of the series about this eponymous hero, offers a novel with lots of action and humor that will keep readers looking forward to the next title in the series.”—CM Magazine

A hilarious novel about an underdog baseball team’s letter-writing campaign to save both their coach and, ultimately, their town.

Saving Armpit

by Marty Chan

by Natalie Hyde

• The fourth volume in the Marty Chan series of mysteries for young readers • Good for reluctant readers • Focuses on cyber bullying—a hot topic

• Features a positive message of community spirit and involvement  • Character and value-based themes presented in an engaging and humorous adventure • A fresh take on the classic underdog story  • Promotes a letter-writing approach to literacy

About the Book In their toughest case yet, intrepid kid detectives Marty, Remi, and Trina must follow an electronic trail to their enemy, but the cyber bully outsmarts them at every turn, leaving the trio to wonder if they’ve met their match. When a ploy to expose the culprit goes wrong, Marty does the unthinkable and loses his best friend Remi’s trust. Not only does Marty have to find the cyber bully, but he also has to find a way to win back Remi’s friendship. About the Author Marty Chan is a nationally-known dramatist, screenwriter, and author. He is the recent winner of the Edmonton Book Prize for his juvenile novel The Mystery of the Frozen Brains. His second book in the Marty Chan Mystery Series, The Mystery of the Graffiti Ghoul, was shortlisted for two 2007 young readers’ awards and the 2007 Arthur Ellis Crime Writers of Canada Award in the Best Juvenile category. Chan lives in Edmonton, Alberta.

About the Book When vandals deface the Harmony Point sign, the town does indeed seem to become the “armpit” of the region. The baseball team hasn’t won a game in two seasons and the town itself is falling into disrepair. But when the new postmaster becomes the new ball coach, Clay and the rest of the Terriers finally seem to stand a chance of winning a game. But when they overhear a bureaucrat from the city say that the post office will close unless “the numbers” work out, the team begins “Operation Tennis Elbow”: a letter-writing campaign designed to generate enough mail to keep the post office—and its postmaster—in town. About the Author Natalie Hyde is the author of more than a dozen works of non-fiction. She has contributed titles to a variety of educational series including Live It!: Fairness and Live It!: Courage. Saving Armpit is her first novel. She lives in Cambridge, Ontario.

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From the book: How much could a postman know about baseball?” I said, not wanting to get my hopes up. I had already resigned myself to the thought of another year of losing. “He can’t be much worse than our last coach,” Scott said. “I mean, Coach Meyers kept telling me to hit the ball with my ‘club.’ How bad can this guy be?” I had to agree. Still, would he be good enough to help us win a game?

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A story set in a post-apocalyptic world where Katherine’s knowledge of the world outside her home is tightly controlled by the paternalistic power in charge—but perhaps there is more in the outside world than she has been told.

A coming-of-age story set in the twilight of World War II.

What Happened to Serenity

• Listed in 1,001 Children’s Books That You Must Read Before You Grow Up as #852 • The film based on the book has won numerous awards including Olympia International Film Festival for Children and Young People 09—Special Mention, PZC Audience Award (best movie based on a novel), Best Dutch Film of 2008, Best Film by the Young Jury (14-18 years) at Rome Film Festival, and shortlisted (with 8 other movies) at the Academy Awards in the category of Best Foreign Language Film

by P J Sarah Collins

• Coming of age themes set within a “big brother” community • Strong focus on the importance of family • Emphasis on developing the strength to make one’s own decisions and overcoming fears of anything new or different From the book: “Everything is not as perfect as it seems. I’ve seen the outside Through the sky.” I find this scribbled on a piece of paper and hidden inside a metal box in the cornfield, buried only enough to be found later. I’m looking for my best friend, Anna, who I think might be hiding . . . I believe what it is saying. It confirms what I’ve suspected for a long time: there are some problems in the Community. I’m not the only one who knows. What’s on the outside?

About the Book Katherine lives in a post-apocalyptic community completely cut off from the rest of the world. Her town is austere, run by utopians who have created a paternalistic order. Knowledge and the search for truth are not popular tenets. When her best friend’s sister Serenity suddenly disappears, Katherine starts to question what she has been told. Will she have the courage to seek the truth no matter where it leads her? This haunting story about growing up and searching for the truth will challenge young readers’ notions about knowledge, the search for truth, and the fight for freedom.

Winter in Wartime by Jan Terlouw

About the Book Near the end of World War II, 14-year-old Michiel becomes involved with the Resistance after coming to the aid of a wounded British soldier. With the conflict coming to an end, Michiel comes of age and learns of the stark difference between adventure fantasy and the ugly realities of war. About the Author Jan Terlouw has written 24 children’s books, most notably Winter in Wartime (1972) and How to Become King (1978), both of which won the Gouden Griffel (Golden Pen) award for children’s literature and have been made into motion pictures directed by Martin Koolhoven. Terlouw lives in Hilversum, The Netherlands.

About the Author P J Sarah Collins is a children’s novelist and teacher who lives in British Columbia.

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A coming-of-age story with a twist—a teen from Europe discovers that it’s a wonderful life in small-town America.

It’s a Wonderful Life

A young adult fantasy quest with a strong female protagonist.

A Girl Called Tennyson by Joan Givner

by Jesse Goossens

• Goossens is a bestselling author in her native Netherlands • One of the very few YA novels that addresses colliding cultures

About the Book Dutch almost-18-year-old Anna is not allowed to go on a Spanish beach vacation with her friends. Instead her parents send her to small town in America to spend the summer with her uncle.  To pass the time, Anna starts working in an antique shop where she befriends different kinds of people ranging from the local undertaker—a boy her age—to an elderly Jewish couple. Anna could never have imagined that what she thought would be the dullest holiday ever would turn out to be a time where she discovers what life is about.   About the Author Jesse Goossens’ work includes travel novels, a detective novel, works on theatre, a young adult novel, and several interview collections on topics of social justice. She also worked for a considerable time as a radio host and cultural journalist. Goossens’ work is characterized by a fervent search for what moves people—their passions, their motivations, their lives.She lives in Hilversum, The Netherlands.

• Full of allusions to poetry and literature • A teen’s fantasy quest to rescue her missing friend

About the Book Anne “Tenn” Tennyson Miller’s adventure begins during an ordinary ferry trip, but reality soon melts away as she is transported to the fantasy land of Greensward. When she arrives,  Tenn is elected to rescue her new friend, who has been spirited away to a nearby country occupied by evil forces determined to destroy the harmony of the land. Before she sets out on her dangerous mission, she is trained by the wise woman, Bethan, who understands the enemy’s weaknesses and offers Tenn resources and information that can help her on her mission. This classic fantasy quest from established YA author Joan Givner takes young readers on an adventure written in the British tradition, fused with a contemporary voice. Givner alludes to the work of Tennyson, as “Tenn” loves poetry, story, and rhyme; in fact it is her love of great writers that helps her in her quest and leads her to success. About the Author Joan Givner is a former English professor at the University of Regina. She is the author of the Ellen Fremedon series (Groundwood), and she has published biographies of Katherine Anne Porter and Mazo de la Roche as well as an autobiography. Givner is the winner of the 1992 CBC fiction competition.

Praise for Ellen’s Book of Life by Joan Givner: “The several threads of the story weave together without fanfare but with a calm assurance that creates a sturdy sense of character and believability.”—Kirkus Reviews

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A geeky toy-making and craft book with building instructions for more than two dozen build-it-yourself toys, games, gizmos, and gadgets.

A full-color, illustrated guide to programming with Scratch that teaches kids how to make cool projects such as joke-telling sock puppets and a car racing game.

Snip, Burn, Solder, Shred

The Book of Scratch

Seriously Geeky Stuff to Make with Your Kids by David Erik Nelson

• Title has great gift potential • Appeals to the MAKE and crafting audience • Provides inexpensive entertainment for the whole family

Learn to Program the Fun Way by Howard Abrams and Matt Barringer

• More than 500,000 registered users and 1 million projects on Scratch site • Scratch project sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF) • Existing documentation is sparse • Full-color, graphical, fun approach COVER NOT FINAL

About the Book Snip, Burn, Solder, Shred is stuffed with projects such as sewing a stuffed sock squid; building a steam-powered, milk-carton boat; soldering an oversized joy buzzer; and crafting working boomerangs. Readers can also create board games, musical instruments, and cool toys that move. The book assumes no prior knowledge of skills such as carpentry, sewing, and soldering, and each project is explained from the ground up. Primers on topics like basic electronics help readers master foundational techniques so that anyone, regardless of their experience or skill level, can pick up this book and successfully build the projects. Projects are suitable for a wide range of builders and are all cheap, or even free, to build. About the Author David Erik Nelson is a freelance writer and former high school teacher. His fiction has been nominated for a Nebula award and has appeared in Asimov’s, The Best of Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, and the forthcoming Steampunk Reloaded anthology. Nelson is a co-creator and frequent contributor to Poor Mojo’s Giant Squid, now in its 10th year of weekly publication.

About the Book Scratch is a graphical programming language from MIT’s Media Lab that’s designed especially for young people. Students control graphics, music, and more by snapping together blocks, much like LEGO bricks or pieces of a puzzle, dragging-and-dropping blocks to create programs. Scratch is used in many schools to teach kids the basics of programming in a novel and fun way. Each chapter in The Book of Scratch takes the reader through a game or other project that teaches a key programming concept such as variables, message passing, and loops. As kids work through projects like a side-scrolling octopus adventure and interactive versions of classic games like Rock, Paper, Scissors, they learn programming by doing. About the Authors Howard Abram’s first job was teaching Basic and Logo programming to kids. Now a professional programmer, he teaches programming at his local elementary school. Matt Barringer taught himself how to program in elementary school, and still remembers how difficult it was. He is a professional programmer.

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The BP oil spill has exposed the fragility of the world’s water—Plastic Soup shows the scope of the damage from the world using the ocean as a dump and presents solutions.

Plastic Soup by Jesse Goossens

From the Preface: “Jesse Goossens’ important book dramatically illustrates the effect we have had...We need to understand that we are part of a grand ecosystem which we share with all other life on Earth.” —HRH Princess Irene

• Proceeds go to Plastic Soup Foundation, an organization created to build awareness of our oceans’ plight and to find solutions • The widely read blogs, www.plasticsoep.nl and www.plasticsoup.org, have already created an audience for the book • Author is a “go-to”commentator on ocean issues

About the Book A vast amount  of plastic waste—twice the size of the United States—is floating in the Pacific Ocean.  Welcome to the Great Pacific Garbage Path: the Plastic Soup. Plastic is an incredible material we can’t do without, but it also creates the biggest pollution problem imaginable. This is something Jesse Goossens discovers during her travels and conversations across the United States and Europe. Her blogs and interviews are shocking, fascinating, and dismaying. In this full-color book, she uncovers the effects of plastic waste on our health and on the environment, not only in the Pacific Ocean, but everywhere on Earth. About the Author Jesse Goossens’ work includes travel novels, a detective novel, works on theatre, a young adult novel and several interview collections on topics of social justice. She also worked for a considerable time as a radio host and cultural journalist. Goossens’ work is characterized by a fervent search for what moves people—their passions, their motivations, their lives. She lives in Hilversum, The Netherlands.

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I Feel a Foot!

The Surprise

by Maranke Rinck illustrated by Martijn van der Linden

by Sylvia van Ommen

About the Book When Sheep’s wool coat is long enough, he dyes the wool and shaves it off. He then knits a beautiful red sweater as a surprise present for his friend, Giraffe. A humorous wordless picture book where the stories are endless.

About the Book Between two trees, high above grass and ground, Turtle, Bat, Octopus, Bird, and Buck are sleeping in a hammock. Suddenly, Turtle opens his eyes and whispers, “Do you hear what I hear?” Imaginations run wild as five friends wonder who is making night noises in the field.

U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover, CAN $19.95 , EAN: 9781932425857 32 Pages, 81⁄2 x 81⁄2, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/Humorous Stories, (JUV019000)

U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover, CAN $19.95 , EAN: 9781590786383 32 Pages, 11 x 9, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/Animals/General, (JUV002000)

Brave Ben

The Yellow Balloon

by Mathilde Stein illustrated by Mies van Hout

by Charlotte Dematons

About the Book The author and illustrator of Worry Bear brings the same enchanting look to this picture book in which a bright yellow balloon leads young readers on a world tour and beyond.

About the Book Ben is scared of everything: of the girl who cuts in front of him at the bakery, people in the street who laugh at his favorite pair of overalls, and especially the spook underneath his bed. In his search for help with his problem, Ben finds that he is braver than he thought.

U.S. $15.95 / Hardcover, CAN $18.95 , EAN: 9781932425017 32 Pages, 10 x 13, Carton Qty. 30 Juvenile Fiction/Action & Adventure/General, (JUV001000)

U.S. $15.95 / Hardcover, CAN $18.95 , EAN: 9781932425642 32 Pages, 81⁄2 x 101⁄2, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/General, (JUV000000)

Lovey and Dovey

The Prince Child

About the Book Lovey and Dovey have stolen each other’s hearts and a pair of blue socks from the shop on the corner. That’s why they���re in prison. The robbers have made their cell so comfortable that, when released, they don’t know what to do. Fortunately, an attractive pair of pink socks might send them right back home.

About the Book When the prince child is born, all of the animals of the forest must decide what gifts they will bring to him. How are they to know what the lily pad prince wants most of all?

by Elle van Lieshout and Erik van Os illustrated by Mies van Hout

by Maranke Rinck illustrated by Martijn van der Linden

U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover, CAN $19.95 , EAN: 9781932425154 32 Pages, 12 x 9, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/Animals/General, (JUV002000)

U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover, CAN $19.95 , EAN: 9781590786604 32 Pages, 81⁄2 x 11, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/General, (JUV000000)

Little Bird’s ABC

Sparrows

About the Book A is for Apple, B is for Boy, right? Not according to these little birds! A is for a jumping bird’s cry of Alley-oop! H is for the sound a bird makes when it sneezes—Ha-choo! Readers of all ages will be amused 26 times by the silly sounds that little birds make in this charming alphabet book.

About the Book Who knew that rats gladly eat sparrows? Or that dog poo in the street is a great place for a sparrow to find lunch? Or that sparrows like dust baths? Follow one family of sparrows and learn more about their life cycles.

U.S. $8.95 / Hardcover, CAN $10.95 , EAN: 9781932425529 32 Pages, 6 x 61⁄2, Carton Qty. 96 Juvenile Fiction/Concepts/Alphabet, (JUV009010)

U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover, CAN $19.95 , EAN: 9781590785706 32 Pages, 91⁄2 x 111⁄2, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/Animals/Birds, (JUV002040)

by Piet Grobler

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French Picture Dictionary EAN: 9789812463876 Juvenile Nonfiction/Foreign Language Study/French (JNF020020)

My House Lift-the-Flap Board Book - Chinese

EAN: 9789812680365 Juvenile Nonfiction/Foreign Language Study/General (JNF020000)

Spanish Picture Dictionary

German Picture Dictionary

Italian Picture Dictionary

EAN: 9789812464316 Juvenile Nonfiction/Foreign Language Study/Spanish (JNF020030)

EAN: 9789812463883 Juvenile Nonfiction/Foreign Language Study/General (JNF020000)

EAN: 9789812463906 Juvenile Nonfiction/Foreign Language Study/General (JNF020000)

English Picture Dictionary EAN: 9789812466549 Juvenile Nonfiction/Reference/ Dictionaries (JNF048030)

Mandarin Chinese Picture Dictionary EAN: 9789812684356 Foreign Language Study/Chinese (FOR003000)

Japanese Picture Dictionary EAN: 9789812684363 Foreign Language Study/Japanese (FOR014000)

My House Lift-the-Flap Board Book - French

My House Lift-the-Flap Board Book - Spanish

EAN: 9789812680372 Juvenile Nonfiction/Foreign Language Study/French (JNF020020)

EAN: 9789812680389 Juvenile Nonfiction/Foreign Language Study/Spanish (JNF020030)

All titles: Trade Paper, U.S. $12.95 / CAN $14.95, 128 Pages, 81⁄2 x 93⁄4 , Ages 4 to 8

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1000 Spanish Words EAN: 9789812465283 Juvenile Nonfiction/Foreign Language Study/Spanish (JNF020030)

1000 French Words

EAN: 9789812465252 Juvenile Nonfiction/Foreign Language Study/French (JNF020020)

1000 Italian Words

EAN: 9789812465276 Foreign Language Study/ Italian (FOR013000)

Spanish Flash Cards

EAN: 9789812469717 Juvenile Nonfiction/Study Aids/General (JNF055000)

1000 German Words EAN: 9789812465269 Foreign Language Study/ German (FOR009000)

1000 Mandarin Chinese Words

1000 Japanese Words EAN: 9789812684387 Foreign Language Study/ Japanese (FOR014000)

EAN: 9789812684370 Foreign Language Study/ Chinese (FOR003000)

French Flash Cards

Chinese (Mandarin) Flash Cards

EAN: 9789812469700 Juvenile Nonfiction/Study Aids/General (JNF055000)

EAN: 9789812469779 Juvenile Nonfiction/Foreign Language Study/General (JNF020000)

All titles: Trade Paper, U.S. $9.95 / CAN $10.95, 64 Pages, 81â „2 x 11, Ages 4 to 8

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Stuck on French by Berlitz

U.S. $8.95 / Card Deck CAN $9.95 EAN: 9789812684271 150 Pages, 53⁄4 x 51⁄2 Foreign Language Study/Spanish (FOR026000)

Start-Up French

EAN: 9789812680761 Foreign Language Study/French (FOR008000)

Stuck On Spanish by Berlitz

U.S. $8.95 / Card Deck CAN $9.95 EAN: 9789812684264 150 Pages, 55⁄8 x 61⁄2 Foreign Language Study/Spanish (FOR026000)

Start-Up Spanish

EAN: 9789812680792 Foreign Language Study/Spanish (FOR026000)

Start-Up Italian

EAN: 9789812680785 Foreign Language Study/Italian (FOR013000)

Start-Up Inglés

EAN: 9789812680778 Foreign Language Study/English as a Second Language (FOR007000)

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Charley Harper Coloring Book

Kid Made Modern

About the Book In this lovely coloring book, young artists can create their own colorful originals using Charley Harper’s black-and-white line drawings of birds and other animals. Each drawing may be peeled off and instantly stuck up on the wall or refrigerator.

About the Book Do-it-yourselfers ages five and up can go retro with fun projects by legendary designer Todd Oldham. Taking inspiration from mid-century designers and artists such as Charles and Ray Eames, Marimekko, Alexander Girard, and Dorothy Draper, Oldham revisits modernism in the new millennium.

by Charley Harper

by Todd Oldham

U.S. $6.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $7.45, EAN: 9781934429235 30 Pages, 12 x 9, Carton Qty. 50 Juvenile Nonfiction/General, (JNF000000) AMMO Books

U.S. $22.95 / Hardcover, CAN $28.95, EAN: 9781934429365 192 Pages, 81⁄2 x 11 Crafts & Hobbies/Crafts for Children, (CRA043000) AMMO Books

Charley Harper Coloring Book of Birds

Patrick Hruby Memory Game

About the Book This new Charley Harper Coloring Book focuses exclusively on his delightful and plentiful illustrations of birds. Harper’s beloved birds are gracefully translated here into 32 black-andwhite line drawings for young, budding artists to interpret in their own color palettes.

About the Book A delightful game for all ages featuring a selection of Patrick Hruby’s graphic and colorful illustrations. The bold, vibrant, and charming illustrations featured here make memorizing and matching images a delightful game for children and the whole family to enjoy.

U.S. $6.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $7.95, EAN: 9781934429426 30 Pages, 12 x 9, Carton Qty. 50 Juvenile Nonfiction/Activity Books, (JNF001000) AMMO Books

U.S. $15.95 / Boxed Set, CAN $16.95, EAN: 9781934429624 71⁄2 x 71⁄2 Juvenile Nonfiction/Games & Activities/General, (JNF021000) AMMO Books

Charley Harper Memory Game

The Rainbow Fish Deep-Sea Adventure Sticker & Coloring Storybook

by Charley Harper

by Patrick Hruby

illustrated by Charley Harper

by Marcus Pfister

About the Book This memory game has 36 matching pairs of square cards featuring many delightful illustrations by Charley Harper. Both young children and adults can play variations of this game. Packaged in a recycled, natural Kraft-colored box.

About the Book Fans of the best-selling Rainbow Fish books will have loads of fun filling his undersea world with life. This interactive storybook contains pages just waiting to be drawn and colored as well as removeable stickers.  

U.S. $14.95 / Boxed Set, CAN $16.95, EAN: 9781934429266 71⁄2 x 71⁄2, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Nonfiction/Games & Activities/General, (JNF021000) AMMO Books

U.S. $5.95 / Sticker Book, CAN $8.95 , EAN: 9780735823181 24 Pages, 83⁄4 x 11, Carton Qty. 50 Juvenile Nonfiction/Activity Books, (JNF001000) NorthSouth

Charley Harper Flash Cards and Floor Puzzles

The Rainbow Fish Sticker Storybook

About the Book These ABC flash cards featuring Charley Harper’s delightful wildlife illustrations help young children to make letter and sound associations with images. The back side of the cards tile together to form two large floor puzzles.

About the Book Seven luminous underwater scenes are just waiting to be filled with full-color, reusable stickers, many of them with sparkling holographic foil stamping.

illustrated by Charley Harper

by Marcus Pfister

U.S. $6.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $8.95 , EAN: 9780735814547 12 Pages, 81⁄2 x 111⁄4, Carton Qty. 50 Juvenile Fiction/Animals/Marine Life, (JUV002170) NorthSouth

U.S. $14.95 / Boxed Set, CAN $16.95, EAN: 9781934429273 81⁄2 x 41⁄2, Carton Qty. 30 Juvenile Nonfiction/Concepts/Alphabet, (JNF013010) AMMO Books

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My Mother’s Sari

by Kazuo Iwamura

by Sandhya Rao illustrated by Nina Sabnani

About the Book It’s spring, and the world is full of new leaves, cherry blossoms, and hungry baby birds. Mick, Mack, and Molly can see that caterpillars like to eat leaves, and bees like to suck nectar from the blossoms, but what can they feed a hungry young chick?

About the Book A little girl sees her mother’s sari as “long like a train” and that it “fills the air with color when I dance and sing.” Endpapers demonstrate how to wrap the garment, and illustrations capture the colors and textures of the fabrics.

U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover, CAN $20.95 , EAN: 9780735822283 32 Pages, 10 x 10, Carton Qty. 40 Juvenile Fiction/Concepts/Seasons, (JUV009100) NorthSouth

U.S. $6.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $8.95 , EAN: 9780735822337 24 Pages, 8 x 101⁄8, Carton Qty. 100 Juvenile Fiction/Clothing & Dress, (JUV048000) NorthSouth

Over in the Meadow

Hugs and Kisses

About the Book A picture-book version of the popular counting rhyme. Readers can practice their counting skills as they read about the activities of the many different animals that live in the meadow. Color illustrations accompany the rhyming text.

About the Book A puppy sets out to collect lots of wonderful kisses from his animal friends, but in the end he discovers that the best kiss of all is the one he gets from his loving mother.

by Olive A. Wadsworth illustrated by Anna Vojtech

by Christophe Loupy illustrated by Eve Tharlet

U.S. $6.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $8.95 , EAN: 9780735819726 36 Pages, 83⁄8 x 111⁄8, Carton Qty. 50 Juvenile Fiction/Social Issues/Emotions & Feelings, (JUV039050) NorthSouth

U.S. $6.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $8.95 , EAN: 9780735818712 32 Pages, 101⁄2 x 101⁄2, Carton Qty. 60 Juvenile Fiction/Nursery Rhymes, (JUV055000) NorthSouth

Kiki

Waiting for Mama

About the Book An Easter book with a retro feel and a story in which the littlest one saves the day. When all the hens can only quarrel about whose egg is the most beautiful, Kiki not only makes all the eggs beautiful, she saves them from the weasel as well.

About the Book This tale from Korea is universal—a small child waits patiently in the cold snow for Mama to arrive at the station. Told in a few lines of text, this tender story was first published in a newspaper in 1938.

U.S. $14.95 / Hardcover, CAN $18.95 , EAN: 9780735822023 32 Pages, 8 x 101⁄4, Carton Qty. 27 Juvenile Fiction/Holidays & Celebrations/Easter & Lent, (JUV017020) NorthSouth

U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover, CAN $21.50 , EAN: 9780735821439 32 Pages, 9 x 95⁄8, Carton Qty. 25 Juvenile Fiction/Family/General, (JUV013000) NorthSouth

Five Little Ducks

Little Robin Redbreast

by Christoph Schuler illustrated by Rahel Nicole Eisenring

by Lee Tae-Jun illustrated by Kim Dong-Seong

by Pamela Paparone

by Mother Goose and NorthSouth Books illustrated by Shari Halpern

About the Book When her five little ducks disappear one by one, Mother duck sets out to find them. There are lots of other creatures for children to identify and count, and there is cause for celebration when all five errant little ducks finally come back home.

About the Book Shari Halpern has taken one of the very first Mother Goose rhymes ever published and brought it up-to-date with brilliant hand-painted cut-paper collages. Her large forms and bright colors are especially suited to the enjoyment of very young children.

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Summer

Ernest’s First Easter

Bestselling Backlist Hooray for Summer!

by Paivi Stalder illustrated by Frauke Weldin

by Kazuo Iwamura

About the Book Mick, Mack, and Molly are caught in the midst of one of the most exciting moments of summer: a sudden summer thunderstorm. It can be scary, but for the three squirrel children, safe and dry in a cave, it brings new friends.

About the Book Ernest is an Easter Bunny in training, and the pressure is on. Will he locate Tommy’s house? Will he find the perfect hiding place? Will he break the eggs? It’s a tough job but somebody has to do it. And, with a little help from a new friend, Ernest is up to the task.

U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover, CAN $21.50 , EAN: 9780735822856 32 Pages, 91⁄2 x 91⁄2, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/Concepts/Seasons, (JUV009100) NorthSouth

U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover, CAN $21.50 , EAN: 9780735822412 32 Pages, 83⁄4 x 111⁄8, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/Holidays & Celebrations/Easter & Lent, (JUV017020) NorthSouth

One More Egg

How Will We Get to the Beach?

by Sarah Emaneulle Berg

by Brigitte Luciani illustrated by Eve Tharlet

About the Book One sunny spring day Bunny hops up to a young chicken and asks her to lay an egg for him. She protests, saying she’s too young, but she wants to help. Unfortunately, her ideas are quite absurd, leading them on a hilarious, but futile, quest around the farm.

About the Book One beautiful summer day, Roxanne decides to pack up and go to the beach but her car won’t start. Each time Roxanne comes up with a new way to get to the beach, she discovers she must leave something behind.

U.S. $7.95 / Board Book, CAN $9.95 , EAN: 9780735822818 16 Pages, 6 x 73⁄4, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/Holidays & Celebrations/Easter & Lent, (JUV017020) NorthSouth

U.S. $6.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $8.95 , EAN: 9780735817838 36 Pages, 81⁄2 x 111⁄4, Carton Qty. 50 Juvenile Fiction/Interactive Adventures, (JUV020000) NorthSouth

The Truth About Easter Rabbits

Ten Flashing Fireflies

About the Book This title describes the many Easter Rabbits that live all around the world, their family life, the decorating of eggs in preparation for the holiday, and the methods they use to deliver them as gifts to the world’s children.

About the Book Luminous pictures and a buoyant, chant-aloud text combine to make this two-way counting book as joyous and magical as catching fireflies on a summer night.

U.S. $19.95 / Hardcover, EAN: 9781595830111 36 Pages, 73⁄8 x 113⁄8, Carton Qty. 46 Juvenile Fiction/Holidays & Celebrations/Easter & Lent, (JUV017020) Laughing Elephant

U.S. $7.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $8.95 , EAN: 9781558586741 32 Pages, 85⁄8 x 93⁄4, Carton Qty. 50 Juvenile Fiction/Concepts/Counting & Numbers, (JUV009030) NorthSouth

The Easter Chick

Papa is a Pirate

compiled by Blue Lantern Studio

by Philemon Sturges illustrated by Anna Vojtech

by Geraldine Elschner illustrated by Alexandra Junge

by Katharina Grossmann Hensel

About the Book Is Papa really a pirate? Does he really sail to faraway islands and find hidden treasures and tame sea monsters? And what about your papa? Does he really spend all day at the office? Is his chin sometimes prickly? Does he sometimes smell like the sea?

About the Book Hilda the hen has laid the most beautiful egg, and she fusses over it lovingly. The little chick wants to hatch on Easter Sunday to be a true Easter chick, so Hilda makes it her mission to find out when Easter will be.

U.S. $16.95 / Hardcover, CAN $21.50 , EAN: 9780735822375 32 Pages, 117⁄8 x 85⁄8, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/Family/Parents, (JUV013060) NorthSouth

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Early Learning

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The Best Father of All

Charley Harper ABCs (Chunky Edition)

About the Book Father relates some of the many things different fathers do for their children, and he lets Sebastian guess just what animal father is being described. In the end, Sebastian, like children everywhere, decides his own loving father is the very best father of all!

About the Book A contemporary take on the traditional ABC book, showcasing artist Charley Harper’s lyrical wildlife drawings. Beautifully designed and full of stunning illustrations, this jumbo board book will appeal to children and adults alike.  

U.S. $6.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $8.95 , EAN: 9780735819771 32 Pages, 83⁄8 x 113⁄8, Carton Qty. 50 Juvenile Fiction/General, (JUV000000) NorthSouth

U.S. $14.95 / Board Book, CAN $16.45 , EAN: 9781934429075 62 Pages, 6 x 6, Carton Qty. 28 Juvenile Nonfiction/Concepts/Alphabet, (JNF013010) AMMO Books

Daddies

Charley Harper ABCs (Skinny Edition)

About the Book What do lions, hippos, kangaroos, and giraffes have in common? They all have Daddies! Rhyming text punctuated with fun animal noises makes Daddies a read-aloud treat.

About the Book A classic ABC board book featuring the colorful wildlife illustrations of Charley Harper. This small gem is sure to become a classic and is a beautifully designed and educational book for Harper fans.

by Peter Horn illustrated by Cristina Kadmon

by Charley Harper

by Lila Prap

by Charley Harper

U.S. $6.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $8.95 , EAN: 9780735822405 32 Pages, 10 x 93⁄4, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/Family/Parents, (JUV013060) NorthSouth

U.S. $9.95 / Board Book, CAN $10.95 , EAN: 9781934429211 20 Pages, 6 x 6, Carton Qty. 24 Juvenile Nonfiction/Concepts/Alphabet, (JNF013010) AMMO Books

Bertie: Just Like Daddy

Charley Harper 123s

About the Book Bertie and his daddy are back for another bouncy, lavishly illustrated read aloud story book perfect for Father’s Day.  

About the Book A classic 1-2-3 counting book featuring the colorful wildlife illustrations of Charley Harper. Young children can learn how to count to 10 through the delightful and graphic images of animals.  

U.S. $7.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $9.95 , EAN: 9780735840058 32 Pages, 83⁄4 x 101⁄2, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/Bedtime & Dreams, (JUV010000) NorthSouth

U.S. $9.95 / Board Book, CAN $10.95 , EAN: 9781934429228 20 Pages, 6 x 6, Carton Qty. 24 Juvenile Nonfiction/Concepts/Counting & Numbers, (JNF013030) AMMO Books

Can I Help?

Green Tiger’s Illustrated Mother Goose

About the Book “Once again, Janovitz has come up with a winning rhymed book that incorporates the humor, wit, and gentle interaction between the father/son duo introduced in Is It Time? A light and bouncy story that’s a pleasure to read aloud over and over again.”—School Library Journal

About the Book Green Tiger has selected nursery rhyme favorites, each illustrated with images from their huge library of nursery rhyme books. More than 70 illustrators are featured, including Arthur Rackham, Lois Lenski, L.L. Brooke, Kate Greenaway, and Frederick Richardson.

by Marcus Pfister

by Charley Harper

by Marilyn Janovitz

edited by Blue Lantern Studio

U.S. $24.95 / Hardcover, EAN: 9781883211851 144 Pages, 9 x 101⁄4, Carton Qty. 22 Juvenile Fiction/Classics, (JUV007000) Laughing Elephant

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Early Learning

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Board Books

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One Watermelon Seed

Rainbow Fish: Counting

About the Book In this deceptively simple counting book, Max and Josephine tend their garden while readers follow along, counting from one to ten as the garden is planted. A concise and clever text introduces color and rhythm, and the illustrations are bright and engaging.

About the Book One crab, two whales, three sea horses . . . Rainbow Fish’s undersea world is filled with fabulous plants and animals all waiting to be counted—but there’s only one glittering Rainbow Fish! Simple, bold images, reinforced with numerals in appropriate colors, make this book perfect for teaching very young children the numbers 1 through 10.

U.S. $19.95 / Hardcover, EAN: 9781554550340 32 Pages, 91⁄8 x 101⁄8, Carton Qty. 30 Juvenile Fiction/Concepts/Counting & Numbers, (JUV009030) Fitzhenry & Whiteside

U.S. $4.99 / Board Book, CAN $6.50 , EAN: 9780735816534 24 Pages, 43⁄4 x 43⁄4, Carton Qty. 80 Juvenile Fiction/Concepts/Counting & Numbers, (JUV009030) NorthSouth

Over in the Meadow

Rainbow Fish: Opposites

About the Book Written by Wadsworth in the late 19th century, this classic nursery poem has been a favorite animal counting rhyme for generations of children.

About the Book Up/down, in/out, over/under, big/little, long/short. This glittering board book, filled with colorful images from Rainbow Fish’s undersea world, is the perfect introduction for very young children to the concept of opposites.

U.S. $15.95 / Hardcover, CAN $19.95 , EAN: 9780735815964 24 Pages, 11 x 11, Carton Qty. 20 Juvenile Fiction/Nature & the Natural World/General, (JUV029000) NorthSouth

U.S. $4.99 / Board Book, CAN $6.50 , EAN: 9780735819825 24 Pages, 51⁄4 x 41⁄2, Carton Qty. 80 Juvenile Nonfiction/Concepts/Opposites, (JNF013050) NorthSouth

Rainbow Fish A, B, C

Alternative ABCs (Chunky Edition)

About the Book Everyone’s favorite fish invites youngsters along on a glittering undersea lesson in the alphabet. Rainbow Fish swims along the ocean floor—over, under, around, and through bright, bold letters—offering children an entertaining introduction to the basic building blocks of learning.

About the Book A humorous and hipster take on a traditional ABC board book for kids. Aesthetically borrowing from street, surf, skate, and music sub-cultures, the custom design and typography beautifully spell out this unique alphabet.  

U.S. $9.95 / Hardcover, CAN $12.50 , EAN: 9780735817142 20 Pages, 8 x 8, Carton Qty. 40 Juvenile Fiction/Concepts/Alphabet, (JUV009010) NorthSouth

U.S. $14.95 / Board Book, CAN $16.95, EAN: 9781934429396 58 Pages, 6 x 6 Juvenile Nonfiction/Concepts/Alphabet, (JNF013010) AMMO Books

Rainbow Fish: Colors

Copycat Charlie

About the Book With holographic foil stamping throughout, and familiar art from Marcus Pfister, this mini board book is perfect for teaching color concepts to very young children.

About the Book Touch and feel elements on each page of this sturdy board book will give children hours of playtime as they touch each animal and mimic the action in this lushly illustrated board book by bestselling author Marcus Pfister.

by Celia Barker Lottridge illustrated by Karen Patkau

by Marcus Pfister

by Olive A. Wadsworth illustrated by Anna Vojtech

by Marcus Pfister

by Marcus Pfister

by Dave Parmley and Eric Ruffing designed by 13THFLOORDESIGN

by Marcus Pfister

by Marcus Pfister

U.S. $4.99 / Board Book, CAN $6.50 , EAN: 9780735819306 24 Pages, 43⁄4 x 5, Carton Qty. 80 Juvenile Fiction/Concepts/Colors, (JUV009020) NorthSouth

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Middle Reader

Yum! Yum!!

Tumbleweed Skies

About the Book This little piggy went to market, and he’s not alone in this baker’s dozen of traditional nursery rhymes set at a farmer’s market. There are lots of other folk who have their own comestible business to attend to: Tommy Tucker, Jack Sprat, Miss Muffet, and Peter Piper. A grand, lipsmacking collection for the little ones.

About the Book Ellie’s grandmother doesn’t want her around the farm—but times are tough, and her salesman father can’t take her on the road. Can Ellie break through her grandmother’s isolation and find kinship among strangers?

by Joanne Fitzgerald

by Valerie Sherrard

U.S. $12.95 / Trade Paper, EAN: 9781554551132 150 Pages, 5 x 75⁄8, Carton Qty. 76 Juvenile Fiction/Family/Multigenerational, (JUV013030) Fitzhenry & Whiteside

U.S. $9.95 / Board Book, EAN: 9781554551378 32 Pages, 8 x 7, Carton Qty. 105 Juvenile Fiction/Imagination & Play, (JUV051000) Fitzhenry & Whiteside

Ten Dirty Pigs/Ten Clean Pigs

Libertad

About the Book Two counting books in one! Ten dirty pigs get clean, then flip the book and ten clean pigs get dirty in this brightly illustrated, fun read-aloud.

About the Book A moving story about determination and hope, Libertad is a stunning free verse novel that follows a boy and his younger brother who set out to cross the Rio Grande into the United States from Mexico to find their father after their mother is killed.

U.S. $7.95 / Board Book, CAN $9.95, EAN: 9780735822139 22 Pages, 6 x 75⁄8, Carton Qty. 40 Juvenile Fiction/Concepts/Counting & Numbers, (JUV009030) NorthSouth

U.S. $11.95 / Trade Paper, EAN: 9781554551064 215 Pages, 65⁄8 x 75⁄8, Carton Qty. 56 Juvenile Fiction/Social Issues/Homelessness & Poverty, (JUV039070) Fitzhenry & Whiteside

What Do You Like?

The Present Tense of Prinny Murphy

About the Book In this fun, read-aloud title, children discover that they can like the same things and still be different.

About the Book Prinny is struggling with reading, bullying, an alcoholic mother, and losing her best friend to the new girl at school. But a special book shows her that life can be full of possibilities—and poetry.

by Carol Roth illustrated by Pamela Paparone

by Alma Fullerton

by Michael Grejniec

by Jill MacLean

U.S. $5.95 / Board Book, CAN $7.50, EAN: 9780735822146 12 Pages, 6 x 63⁄8, Carton Qty. 32 Juvenile Fiction/Social Issues/General, (JUV039000) NorthSouth

U.S. $11.95 / Trade Paper, EAN: 9781554551453 192 Pages, 5 x 75⁄8, Carton Qty. 52 Juvenile Fiction/Social Issues/Emotions & Feelings, (JUV039050) Fitzhenry & Whiteside

A Cat and a Dog

Northern Exposures

About the Book A cat and dog live together, but are not friends in this delightful board book with bright, lively illustrations.

About the Book Walters’ latest thrilling adventure is packed with fascinating encounters with bears and thrilling rides in the gargantuan all-terrain buggies used to spot Arctic wildlife. It introduces the issue of environmental commercialization to its young audience with subtlety.

U.S. $6.95 / Board Book, CAN $8.95, EAN: 9780735821774 24 Pages, 77⁄8 x 61⁄4, Carton Qty. 32 Juvenile Fiction/Social Issues/General, (JUV039000) NorthSouth

U.S. $11.95 / Trade Paper, EAN: 9781554551071 298 Pages, 65⁄8 x 77⁄8, Carton Qty. 40 Juvenile Fiction/Action & Adventure/General, (JUV001000) Fitzhenry & Whiteside

by Claire Masurel illustrated by Bob Kolar

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Young Adult

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Autism Awareness

Greener Grass

Special People, Special Ways

About the Book In 19th century Ireland, Kit’s dreams are dashed as her family experiences a series of tragedies, and as she undergoes a daunting event that tears her away from her family. With her father dead, she must fight for survival and help her ailing mother and siblings escape Ireland for good.

About the Book Presenting a positive image of persons with disabilities, Special People, Special Ways shares the message that even though being different is painful at times, it can also be glorious.

U.S. $12.95 / Trade Paper, EAN: 9780889954021 276 Pages, 51⁄4 x 73⁄8, Carton Qty. 44 Juvenile Fiction/Historical/Europe, (JUV016040) Fitzhenry & Whiteside

U.S. $14.95 / Hardcover, CAN $21.00, EAN: 9781885477651 32 Pages, 91⁄2 x 81⁄2, Carton Qty. 31 Juvenile Nonfiction/Social Issues/Special Needs, (JNF053180) Future Horizons

Egghead

My Friend with Autism

by Caroline Pignat

by Arlene Maguire illustrated by Sheila Bailey

by Caroline Pignat

by Beverly Bishop illustrated by Craig Bishop

About the Book Three young teens struggle to find their way out of some of the classic dilemmas of life: how not to be a bystander to bullying, how to stand up for friends, and how to deal with consuming rage.Young readers will find lots to think about in this crisp and compelling story.

About the Book Written for classmates of spectrum students and the classmates’ parents, this kid-friendly book explains in positive ways that children with autism are good at some things, and not so good at others—just like everyone else.

U.S. $11.95 / Trade Paper, EAN: 9780889953994 173 Pages, 63⁄8 x 75⁄8, Carton Qty. 60 Juvenile Fiction/Social Issues/Peer Pressure, (JUV039100) Fitzhenry & Whiteside

U.S. $9.95 / Trade Paper, CAN $14.00, EAN: 9781885477897 30 Pages, 105⁄8 x 81⁄2, Carton Qty. 90 Juvenile Nonfiction/General, (JNF000000) Future Horizons

Living Outside the Lines

Let’s Make Faces

by Lesley Choyce

by Gerard Langeler illustrated by Joan Grindell and Mark Grindell

About the Book Sixteen-year-old Nigel writes a class assignment about teenagers taking over the world and governing all aspects of society. When a publisher shows interest in turning it into a book, a mysterious new girl in class takes interest and encourages him to finish the book.

About the Book A creative tool for parents or teachers, this book will help children identify facial expressions, understand the words related to emotions, and then relate emotions to real-life events.

U.S. $12.95 / Trade Paper, EAN: 9780889954359 188 Pages, 51⁄4 x 71⁄2, Carton Qty. 56 Juvenile Fiction/Science Fiction, (JUV053000) Fitzhenry & Whiteside

U.S. $12.95 / Spiral, CAN $13.95, EAN: 9781932565638 24 Pages, 81⁄2 x 87⁄8, Carton Qty. 68 Juvenile Nonfiction/Activity Books, (JNF001000) Future Horizons

Homicide Related

Sensitive Sam

About the Book In this sequel to Dooley Takes the Fall, Ryan Dooley continues to struggle against circumstances that would defeat most teenagers, let alone kids who have been in serious trouble with the law.

About the Book This wonderful book brings to life the story of Sam, whose over-sensitivity creates chaos and frustration in his life. When Sam’s parents take him to see an occupational therapist, he describes the process in a non-threatening, child’s perspective that is sure to soothe young readers who may be facing the same challenges.

by Norah McClintock

by Marla Roth-Fisch

U.S. $12.95 / Trade Paper, EAN: 9780889954311 256 Pages, 51⁄4 x 71⁄2, Carton Qty. 36 Juvenile Fiction/Mysteries & Detective Stories, (JUV028000) Fitzhenry & Whiteside

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An innovative guide to creative, cost-cutting ideas for expectant moms and dads.

Baby Bargains

Parenting

Secrets to Saving 20% to 50% on Baby Furniture, Gear, Clothes, Toys, Maternity Wear, and Much, Much More! 9th Edition by Denise and Alan Fields

• 4.1 million babies will be born in 2011 • Revised every two years to stay fresh and up-to-date • More than 700,000 copies sold  

About the Book With the average cost of a baby topping $7,000 for just the first year alone, parents need creative solutions to navigate the consumer maze that confronts all parents-to-be. Baby Bargains is the answer!Inside, readers will discover: • The best Web sites that offer the biggest discounts • Name brand reviews of car seats, bedding, strollers, and more • Nine tips for saving money on cribs, plus in-depth reviews of brands • The seven most ridiculous baby products • Dozens of safety tips to affordably baby-proof the home . . . and much more!

“The bible for new parents.” —The New York Times

This new 9th edition adds the latest tips and advice on getting bargains on baby gear, including: • How to use social media and deal-of-the-day sites for baby bargains • The latest brand reviews on the hottest strollers • Crib safety: What to buy and what to avoid • Organic baby gear: Worth it or just hype? . . . and, as always, the most up-to-date reviews of car seats, baby monitors, nursery furniture, and more!   About the Authors Denise and Alan Fields are the country’s best-known experts on baby gear. Featured as product gurus on NBC’s TODAY Show, Good Morning America, and The Oprah Winfrey Show, the Fields have been quoted in numerous publications such as the Wall Street Journal and TIME magazine.

April

U.S. $17.95 / Trade Paper CAN $20.95 EAN: 9781889392400 608 Pages, 43⁄8 x 91⁄8 Family & Relationships/Life Stages/ General (FAM046000) Previous Edition EAN: 9781889392332

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Starting Sensory Integration Therapy

The Child with Autism Goes to Florida

by Bonnie Arnwine

by Kathy Labosh

Hundreds of practical tips, with reviews of theme parks, rides, resorts, and more!

Fun Activities for the Classroom or Home! New edition

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• Bulleted lists help readers navigate quickly to the info they need • Includes meltdown prevention techniques, as well as in-the-moment remedies • Helpful index included

• More than 10,000 copies sold of previous edition • Highly endorsed by specialists in the field as well as parents • Arnwine has an ongoing speaking schedule on the topic

About the Book A visit to Florida is not complete without visiting the exciting attractions. But for a family with a child with autism, planning is vital—or else it could turn into a nightmare for all. For parents planning to visit Florida, author and mom Kathy Labosh has done the work (and play!) for you, compiling her research, advice, and tips into this handy little reference guide. She covers transportation, parking, tours, security, hazards, lost children, sensory issues, rides to avoid, and attractions you won’t want to miss—at Universal Studios, Magic Kingdom, Disney-MGM Studios, EPCOT, Sea World, Busch Gardens, and more.

About the Book As the parent of a son with SPD, author Bonnie Arnwine chose activities that require minimal time, money, and clean-up. Most “ingredients” are already on hand: empty yogurt cups, string, soap, Kool-aid, flour, paper plates, etc. If the kids tire of an activity, an “Extend It!” section shows how to use the same ingredients in new and different ways. Kids have fun while activities exercise the seven sensory “muscles”: the visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, oral, vestibular, and proprioceptive senses. Activities can be enjoyed with others, so children also benefit from interacting socially with their peers, parents, and teachers.

About the Author Kathy Labosh graduated from Penn State and worked as an economist. Residing in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, she is now a stay-at-home mom to Sam and Nicky, both of whom are children with autism. Kathy formed a Special Education Religion Class and is the author of a specialized curriculum for children with autism. She also received an Honorable Mention for Children’s Fiction from Writer’s Digest.

About the Author Bonnie Arnwine is the mother of an exceptional child, and sensory integration has been an integral part of her son’s successful transition from special education to full inclusion in regular classes. Formerly a preschool teacher, she is now Director of Children’s Ministries for Fair Oaks Church of Concord, California. She lives in Concord with her family.

May

What I Wish I’d Known About Raising a Child with Autism A Mom and a Psychologist Offer Heartfelt Guidance for the First Five Years by Bobbi Sheahan and Kathy DeOrnellas, Ph.D.

• Offers parent-to-parent advice as well as professional guidance • “What I Wish I’d Known” sections call out important tips and info • Helpful index included

About the Book Bobbi Sheahan, mother of a child with autism, and psychologist Kathy DeOrnellas, Ph.D., did not write this book to lecture readers on how to parent a child. Instead, they offer themselves as scouts in the field, who have valuable information to share—from the moment one realizes a kid is different (“My, what a quiet baby I have!”), to the self-righteous moms on the playground, to holding a marriage together in the realm of routines. They candidly tackle ASD issues such as picky eating, bedtime battles, potty training, speech delays, discipline, early intervention, sibling rivalry, and much more! About the Authors Co-author of All About Texas Law and Kids, Bobbi Sheahan received her Juris Doctor from Baylor in 1991, and has spent more than a decade practicing insurance defense law. She received awards for outstanding appellate advocacy and spent a year as an Assistant D.A., during which her responsibilities included juvenile and mental health matters and representation of Child Protective Services. She lives in Plano, Texas. Kathy DeOrnellas, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist who worked closely with the Sheahan family for many years. In addition to having a private counseling practice, she is also a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, a National Health Service Provider, and a Professional Art Therapist. She lives in Denton, Texas.

May

U.S. $14.95 / Trade Paper CAN $17.95 EAN: 9781935567264 120 Pages, 6 x 9 26 black & white illustrations Education/Special Education/General (EDU026000) Previous Edition EAN: 9781932565478

U.S. $14.95 / Trade Paper CAN $16.95 EAN: 9781935274230 250 Pages, 6 x 9, Carton Qty. 24 Psychology/Psychopathology/Autism Spectrum Disorders (PSY022020)

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• Confirmed excerpt and feature in Autism Asperger’s Digest in Spring 2011 • Marketing campaign targeting autism/parenting/education outlets including more than 200 nonprofit and regional groups affiliated with the Autism Society of America and other organizations, and over 300 individual schools and universities • Print review campaign targeting Learning Magazine, Exceptional Parent Magazine, Foreword Magazine, Homeschooling Parent, Spectrum Magazine, Autism File Magazine, Autism Spectrum Quarterly, Autism Asperger’s Digest, Autism Advocate Magazine, and Autism Society of America newsletters • Social media promotion through MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter

April

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Active Imagination Activity Book

Songames for Sensory Integration

by Kelly Tilley

by Bob Wiz and Aubrey Lande

Sensorimotor Activities for Children to Improve Focus, Attention, Strength, & Coordination

25 Therapist-Created Musical Activities for Improving Fine & Gross Motor Skills, Muscle Strength, and Rhythmicity

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• Easel-book format allows children to view the directions and drawings while they participate • Tabs along the border of each page help to identify whether the activity will help build core strength, upper extremity strength, or whether the activity is calming or energizing • Most activities require no equipment

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• Helps children learn to calm down and stay focused • Enhances oral-motor skills and expressive language play About the Book Fun and engaging for kids ages 3-8, Songames are musical activities for improving fine- and gross-motor skills, muscle strength, and rhythmicity. These 25 therapist-created Songames offer a world of developmental play activities. Plus, the 53-page companion booklet explains how to use music to enhance specific skills, provides a comprehensive list of resources, and triples the number of therapeutic ways to use the games.

About the Book Childhood is a time filled with new motor challenges and all kinds of hurdles. Kids are busy learning to tie their shoes, zipper their jackets, ride a bicycle, negotiate the playground, and write their names. All of these skills require kids to have strength, coordination, and the ability to focus and attend. The activities in this book tap into what kids love best—play. The activities within provide fun, easy, and imaginative exercises to build the skills necessary for children to meet the challenges of everyday life at home, school, and in the community.

About the Authors Bob Wiz teaches creative music to individuals and groups using techniques garnered from a lifelong interest in the performing arts. In addition to producing more than 15 projects for Belle Curve, Wiz is a free-lance producer with a special interest in projects related to meditation and mindbody awareness. He lives in Boulder, Colorado. Aubrey Lande, MS, OTR received her Masters of Occupational Therapy from Boston University and subsequently worked for The Children’s Hospital of Denver. She has created and produced a myriad of multimedia treatment tools designed to help kids with challenges attain and maintain therapeutic change. She lives in Denver, Colorado.

About the Author Kelly Tilley is a Board Certified Occupational Therapist. She was educated at The University of Toronto and the University of Western Ontario. She currently works at Arlington Pediatric Therapy Management Services in Arlington Heights, Ilinois, providing therapeutic intervention for children with neurological and congenital conditions. Tilley lives in Crystal Lake, Illinois.

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Index by Title 999 Tadpoles.......................................... 11

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Those Amazing Alligators.................... 26

1000 French Words............................... 58

Daddies................................................... 68

Let’s Make Faces.................................. 75

Papa is a Pirate..................................... 67

Those Beautiful Butterflies................. 26

1000 German Words............................. 58

Doggie Whys?......................................... 7

Libertad................................................... 73

Patrick Hruby Memory Game............. 63

Those Big Bears.................................... 25

1000 Italian Words................................ 58

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Life is a Bowl Full of Cherries............. 20

Plastic Soup........................................... 52

Those Colossal Cats............................. 26

1000 Japanese Words.......................... 58

Easter Chick........................................... 66

Little Bird’s ABC..................................... 54

Present Tense of Prinny Murphy........ 73

Those Delightful Dolphins................... 26

1000 Mandarin Chinese Words........... 58

Egghead.................................................. 74

Little Red Riding Hood.......................... 19

Prince Child............................................ 55

Those Excellent Eagles........................ 26

1000 Spanish Words............................. 58

Elephant Soup......................................... 4

Little Robin Redbreast.......................... 65

R

Those Funny Flamingos....................... 26

A

Ellie Bean the Drama Queen............... 22

Living Outside the Lines....................... 74

Raf............................................................. 4

Those Lively Lizards............................. 27

Active Imagination Activity Book....... 80

English Picture Dictionary................... 56

Lovey and Dovey................................... 54

Rainbow Fish A, B, C............................ 70

Those Magical Manatees................... 27

Alternative ABCs (Chunky).................. 71

Ernest’s First Easter.............................. 66

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Rainbow Fish and the Whale.............. 35

Those Outrageous Owls...................... 27

Animals Everywhere............................ 12

F

Mandarin Chinese Flash Cards.......... 59

Rainbow Fish Colors............................. 70

Those Peculiar Pelicans...................... 27

B

Five Little Ducks.................................... 64

Mandarin Chinese Picture Dictionary.... 56

Rainbow Fish Counting........................ 71

Those Terrific Turtles............................ 27

Baby Bargains....................................... 77

Frank and Ernest Play Ball.................... 9

Materials Alphabet (Chunky).............. 32

French Flash Cards............................... 59

McGuffey’s Eclectic Primer................. 28

Rainbow Fish Deep Sea Adventure Sticker and Coloring Storybook.......... 63

Those Voracious Vultures................... 27

Bambi...................................................... 15 BEDMAS Conspiracy........................... 41

French Picture Dictionary................... 56

McGuffey’s Eclectic Spelling Book.... 28

Rainbow Fish Opposites...................... 71

Bertie: Just Like Daddy........................ 68

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McGuffey’s First Eclectic Reader....... 28

Rainbow Fish Sticker Storybook........ 63

Best Father of All.................................. 68

German Picture Dictionary.................. 56

McGuffey’s Second Eclectic Reader.......28

Ricky........................................................ 42

Birds of a Feather................................. 24

Girl Called Tennyson............................. 49

Modern Art Memory Game................. 32

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Book of Scratch.................................... 51 Boy Who Learned Upside Down........ 14 Brave Ben.............................................. 54 Bremen Town Musicians..................... 29 C Can I Help?............................................. 68 Carrot...................................................... 21 Cat and a Dog........................................ 72 Charley Harper 123s............................. 69 Charley Harper ABCs (Chunky)......... 69 Charley Harper ABCs (Skinny)........... 69 Charley Harper Coloring Book............ 62

Tooter’s Stinky Wish............................. 10 Tree House............................................... 5 Triple Chocolate Brownie Genius....... 41 Truth about Easter Rabbits.................. 66 Tumbleweed Skies................................ 73

Money Pit Mystery............................... 43

Saving Armpit........................................ 45

MY Daily Zoo.......................................... 38

Sensitive Sam........................................ 75

My Friend with Autism......................... 75

Seven Little Mice Go To School............ 6

My House Flap Book - French............ 57

Snip, Burn, Solder, Shred..................... 50

Hooray for Spring.................................. 64

My House Flap Book Mandarin Chinese................................ 57

Songames for Sensory Integration.... 80

Hooray for Summer!............................. 67

My House Flap Book - Spanish.......... 57

Spanish Picture Dictionary................. 56

How Will We Get to the Beach?......... 67

My Mother’s Sari................................... 65

Sparrows................................................ 55

Hugs and Kisses.................................... 65

Mystery of the Cyber Bully.................. 44

Special People Special Ways............. 75

What I Wish I’d Known about Raising a Child with Autism................. 79

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Mystery of the Graffiti Ghoul............... 44

Start Up Audio French.......................... 61

When Mama Can’t Sleep..................... 35

I Feel a Foot!.......................................... 54

Mystery of the Mad Science Teacher... 44

Start Up Audio Inglés........................... 61

Where is My Sock?................................ 4

I’ve Got an Idea..................................... 42

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Start Up Audio Italian........................... 61

Where Wild Horses Run...................... 16

Green Tiger’s Illustrated Mother Goose........................................ 69 Greener Grass....................................... 74 H Homicide Related.................................. 74

Spanish Flash Cards............................. 59

Two Little Chicks................................... 34 U Umbrella................................................... 3 W Waiting for Mama................................. 65 What Do You Like?................................ 72 What Happened to Serenity................ 46

Imaginary Castle Giant Floor Puzzle..... 36

N Is for New York.................................. 13

Start Up Audio Spanish........................ 61

Winter in Wartime................................. 47

Imagine Something Beautiful............. 36

No Frogs for Dinner.............................. 23

Starting Sensory Integration Therapy.... 78

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It’s a Wonderful Life.............................. 48

Northern Exposures....................... 43, 73

Stranded................................................. 43

Yellow Balloon....................................... 55

Italian Picture Dictionary..................... 56

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Stuck on French.................................... 60

Yum! Yum!!............................................. 72

Charley Harper Memory Game........... 62

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Oliver....................................................... 31

Stuck On Spanish.................................. 60

Child with Autism Goes to Florida...... 78

Japanese Picture Dictionary.............. 56

One More Egg........................................ 66

Surprise.................................................. 55

Charley Harper Coloring Book of Birds.....62 Charley Harper Colors.......................... 33 Charley Harper Flash Cards and Floor Puzzles.................................. 62

Clementine............................................... 8

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One Watermelon Seed......................... 70

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Copycat Charlie..................................... 71

Kid Made Modern................................. 63

Over in the Meadow....................... 64, 70

Ten Dirty Pigs/Ten Clean Pigs............. 72

Counting in the Garden........................ 37

Kiki........................................................... 64

Owl Howl................................................ 34

Ten Flashing Fireflies............................ 67

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Start Up Audio Ingles........................... 61

Alternative ABCs (Chunky).................. 71

Start Up Audio Italian........................... 61

Charley Harper 123s............................. 69

Start Up Audio Spanish........................ 61

Charley Harper ABCs (Chunky)......... 69

Stuck on French.................................... 60

Charley Harper ABCs (Skinny)........... 69

Stuck On Spanish.................................. 60

Charley Harper Coloring Book............ 62

Applewood Books McGuffey’s Eclectic Primer................. 28

Charley Harper Colors.......................... 33

McGuffey’s Eclectic Spelling Book.... 28

Charley Harper Memory Game........... 62 Counting in the Garden........................ 37 Imaginary Castle Giant Floor Puzzle..... 36 Imagine Something Beautiful............. 36 Kid Made Modern................................. 63 Materials Alphabet (Chunky).............. 32 Modern Art Memory Game................. 32 Patrick Hruby Memory Game............. 63 APA Pulications/Berlitz Publishing 1000 French Words............................... 58 1000 German Words............................. 58 1000 Italian Words................................ 58 1000 Japanese Words.......................... 58 1000 Mandarin Chinese Words........... 58 1000 Spanish Words............................. 58 English Picture Dictionary................... 56 French Flash Cards............................... 59 French Picture Dictionary................... 56 German Picture Dictionary.................. 56 Italian Picture Dictionary..................... 56 Japanese Picture Dictionary.............. 56 Mandarin Chinese Flash Cards.......... 59 Mandarin Chinese Picture Dictionary.... 56 My House Flap Book Mandarin Chinese................................ 57 My House Flap Book - French............ 57 My House Flap Book - Spanish.......... 57 Spanish Flash Cards............................. 59 Spanish Picture Dictionary................. 56

Girl Called Tennyson............................. 49 Mystery of the Cyber Bully.................. 44 Mystery of the Graffiti Ghoul............... 44 Mystery of the Mad Science Teacher... 44

Charley Harper Coloring Book of Birds.....62 Charley Harper Flash Cards and Floor Puzzles.................................. 62

Fitzhenry & Whiteside/ Thistledown Press

McGuffey’s First Eclectic Reader....... 28 McGuffey’s Second Eclectic Reader..... 28

Future Horizons Child with Autism Goes to Florida...... 78 Let’s Make Faces.................................. 75 My Friend with Autism......................... 75 Sensitive Sam........................................ 75

Arnica Publishing Animals Everywhere............................ 12 Boy Who Learned Upside Down........ 14 Design Studio Press MY Daily Zoo.......................................... 38 Fitzhenry & Whiteside BEDMAS Conspiracy........................... 41 I’ve Got an Idea..................................... 42 Libertad................................................... 73 Living Outside the Lines....................... 74 Money Pit Mystery............................... 43 No Frogs for Dinner.............................. 23 Northern Exposures....................... 43, 73

Special People Special Ways............. 75 What I Wish I’d Known about Raising a Child with Autism................. 79 Future Horizons/Sensory World Active Imagination Activity Book....... 80 Ellie Bean the Drama Queen............... 22 Songames for Sensory Integration.... 80 Starting Sensory Integration Therapy.... 78 Graphic Arts/Westwinds Press N Is for New York.................................. 13 Laughing Elephant Green Tiger’s Illustrated Mother Goose........................................ 69

Tree House............................................... 5

Rainbow Fish Sticker Storybook........ 63

Umbrella................................................... 3

Seven Little Mice Go To School............ 6

Where is My Sock?................................ 4

Ten Dirty Pigs/Ten Clean Pigs............. 72

Winter in Wartime................................. 47

Ten Flashing Fireflies............................ 67

Yellow Balloon....................................... 55

Two Little Chicks................................... 34

NorthSouth

Waiting for Mama................................. 65

999 Tadpoles.......................................... 11

What Do You Like?................................ 72

Bambi...................................................... 15

When Mama Can’t Sleep..................... 35

Bertie: Just Like Daddy........................ 68

O’Reilly Media/No Starch Press

Best Father of All.................................. 68

Book of Scratch.................................... 51

Bremen Town Musicians..................... 29

Snip, Burn, Solder, Shred..................... 50

Can I Help?............................................. 68

Pineapple Press

Cat and a Dog........................................ 72

Those Amazing Alligators.................... 26

Clementine............................................... 8

Those Beautiful Butterflies................. 26

Copycat Charlie..................................... 71

Those Big Bears.................................... 25

Daddies................................................... 68

Those Colossal Cats............................. 26

Doggie Whys?......................................... 7

Those Delightful Dolphins................... 26

Easter Chick........................................... 66

Those Excellent Eagles........................ 26

Ernest’s First Easter.............................. 66

Those Funny Flamingos....................... 26

Five Little Ducks.................................... 64

Those Lively Lizards............................. 27

Hooray for Spring.................................. 64

Those Magical Manatees................... 27

Hooray for Summer!............................. 67

Those Outrageous Owls...................... 27

How Will We Get to the Beach?......... 67

Those Peculiar Pelicans...................... 27 Those Terrific Turtles............................ 27

One Watermelon Seed......................... 70

Truth about Easter Rabbits.................. 66

Hugs and Kisses.................................... 65

Present Tense of Prinny Murphy........ 73

Laughing Elephant/Green Tiger Classics

Kiki........................................................... 64

Those Voracious Vultures................... 27

Ricky........................................................ 42

Frank and Ernest Play Ball.................... 9

Little Red Riding Hood.......................... 19

Vanita Books

Saving Armpit........................................ 45

Lemniscaat USA

Little Robin Redbreast.......................... 65

Birds of a Feather................................. 24

Stranded................................................. 43

Brave Ben.............................................. 54

My Mother’s Sari................................... 65

Carrot...................................................... 21

Tooter’s Stinky Wish............................. 10

Elephant Soup......................................... 4

One More Egg........................................ 66

Life is a Bowl Full of Cherries............. 20

Triple Chocolate Brownie Genius....... 41

I Feel a Foot!.......................................... 54

Over in the Meadow....................... 64, 70

Windsor Peak Press

Tumbleweed Skies................................ 73

Baby Bargains....................................... 77

It’s a Wonderful Life.............................. 48

Owl Howl................................................ 34

Yum! Yum!!............................................. 72

Little Bird’s ABC..................................... 54

Papa Is a Pirate..................................... 67

Fitzhenry & Whiteside/Red Deer Press

Lovey and Dovey................................... 54

Rainbow Fish A, B, C............................ 70

Egghead.................................................. 74

Oliver....................................................... 31

Rainbow Fish and the Whale.............. 35

Greener Grass....................................... 74

Plastic Soup........................................... 52

Rainbow Fish Colors............................. 70

Homicide Related.................................. 74

Prince Child............................................ 55

Rainbow Fish Counting........................ 71

What Happened to Serenity................ 46

Raf............................................................. 4

Where Wild Horses Run...................... 16

Sparrows................................................ 55

Rainbow Fish Deep Sea Adventure Sticker and Coloring Storybook.......... 63

Surprise.................................................. 55

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