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|Author||: Pam Muñoz Ryan,Edwin Fotheringham|
|Editor||: Scholastic Inc.|
Tony, a macaroni penguin, is a middle child with very exasperating siblings, and although he never looks for trouble, it often finds him.
|Author||: Greg Pizzoli|
|Editor||: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|
Three-time Theodor Seuss Geisel Award recipient Greg Pizzoli presents the second Baloney and Friends book that Dav Pilkey declares "will inspire young readers to write and draw their own stories"! Baloney and friends will have newly independent readers giggling their way through more day-to-day adventures in the second book of this pitch-perfect graphic novel series. Whether it's writing the lyrics to their own original theme song, having an epic sleepover in a tent, experimenting with an incredible new device that lets them reach for the sky, or thinking deep (or deeply funny) thoughts about the world around them, this new collection of mini-tales and three mini-comics will have you cheering and rooting for Baloney the pig, Bizz the bumblebee, Peanut the horse, and everyone's favorite grumpy rabbit, Krabbit! And at the end, readers will learn to draw each character with different facial expressions and emotions by following clear step-by-step instructions. A sure bet for Elephant and Piggie fans who are ready for the next step up or want to make the move to comics." —Booklist Don't miss the first book in the series, Baloney & Friends!
|Author||: Kenzel May|
Reaching back from the twenty-first century to a much simpler time, when family was king, Ray Jones travels the dusty roads of Arkansas in 1856. Encountering a number of challenges, as well as a fierce wolf-dog and bear, he wonders how long he will survive and if he will ever return home.
|Author||: Jennifer Boster|
|Editor||: Tate Publishing|
When the baloney disappears from the refrigerator, there is only one person to call: six-year-old CeCe. Imagination runs high as CeCe tracks down the baloney and solves her first mystery inThe Case of the Missing Baloney-based on a true event and written by talented new author Jennifer Boster.
|Author||: Albert Mendoza|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
Mick and his dog Baloney are separated after moving into a new neighborhood. Baloney ends up following a gang of dogsknown astheBully Bandits. The Bully Bandits are Molar, Chaos, and Squirt. These dogs are fast on their feet and teach Baloney the rules of the street. While on the run from the dog catcher, Baloney takes the advice of a smart alley cat who warns Baloneynot to hangout with the Bully Bandits or he will end up in the pound. Baloney realizes"this gang life is notgood forme. I don't need a gang when I have a family." Follow Baloney on a crazyadventure as he retraces his steps and tries toturn his lifearoundfinding his way home safe and sound.
|Author||: Bernardo Kastrup|
|Editor||: John Hunt Publishing|
The present framing of the cultural debate in terms of materialism versus religion has allowed materialism to go unchallenged as the only rationally-viable metaphysics. This book seeks to change this. It uncovers the absurd implications of materialism and then, uniquely, presents a hard-nosed non-materialist metaphysics substantiated by skepticism, hard empirical evidence, and clear logical argumentation. It lays out a coherent framework upon which one can interpret and make sense of every natural phenomenon and physical law, as well as the modalities of human consciousness, without materialist assumptions. According to this framework, the brain is merely the image of a self-localization process of mind, analogously to how a whirlpool is the image of a self-localization process of water. The brain doesn't generate mind in the same way that a whirlpool doesn't generate water. It is the brain that is in mind, not mind in the brain. Physical death is merely a de-clenching of awareness. The book closes with a series of educated speculations regarding the afterlife, psychic phenomena, and other related subjects.
|Author||: Marcelle Bienvenu|
|Editor||: Acadian House Pub|
"This little cookbook is chock full of recipes for tasty and nutritious foods that can be enjoyed in the great outdoors.. It's intended especially for fishers, hunters and campers who've been surviving on baloney sandwiches, sardines andVienna sausage for far too long. The recipes can be prepared before leaving home... or at the camp... or in the beachouse... or on the boat (if it is equipped for cooking)." --Cover, p. 4.
|Author||: Dan Gutman|
|Editor||: Harper Collins|
With more than 12 million books sold, the My Weird School series really gets kids reading! In this eleventh book of the My Weird School Daze series, A.J.’s mom has a new job! That means A.J. will have to go to After School Kids’ Kare. And Mr. Tony, the guy who runs it, is totally weird. He wants to get into the Guinness Book of World Records by making the world’s largest pizza! Will A.J. and the gang be able to tunnel out of the child-care room and escape to freedom? Run for your lives! Perfect for reluctant readers and word lovers alike, Dan Gutman’s hugely popular My Weird School chapter book series has something for everyone. Don’t miss the hilarious adventures of A.J. and the gang!
|Author||: Greg Pizzoli|
|Editor||: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|
Three-time Theodor Seuss Geisel Award recipient Greg Pizzoli launches a full-color graphic novel series about four funny friends that Dav Pilkey declares "will inspire young readers to write and draw their own stories"! Meet Baloney! He's the star of this book, along with his best buddies: empathetic Peanut the horse, sensible Bizz the bumblebee, and grumpy Krabbit -- he'd rather not be here, but what can you do? In this graphic novel for newly independent readers, Baloney and friends step into the spotlight and embody all the charm of childhood in three short tales and three mini-comics that invite readers to join the fun! Giggle with Baloney as he performs some questionable magic, give him a boost when a case of the blues gets him down, cheer him on as he braves the swimming pool, and at the end, learn to draw all the characters with clear step-by-step instructions! "A sure bet for Elephant and Piggie fans who are ready for the next step up or want to make the move to comics."--Booklist "Kids will gobble up Baloney!"--Ben Clanton, creator of Narwhal and Jelly series "Porcine-ly-perfect"--Laurie Keller, Geisel Award-winning author of We Are Growing!
|Author||: E. M. Stfle,J. M. Stifle|
This book asks questions about animals living in different areas. You are given several different answers to pick from. At the end of each chapter you are given the correct answers.
|Author||: Wade Cook|
|Editor||: Lighthouse Pub Incorporated|
A guide to investing in the stock market claims that, despite what some may say, a bear market is not just around the corner, so now is the time to prosper
|Author||: Leo T. McCall|
|Editor||: Leo T McCall|
Anyone with a little history of St. Paul remembers stories of Charley Ward and The Brown and Bigelow company. Charley was the President of B& B after Bigelow drowned in fishing accident. He met Bigelow in prison where both were serving time. He helped Bigelow deal with the other prisoners and when Charley got out of prison he came to Bigelow for a job. He didn't get a cushy job however. He proved his worth and rose up the ranks to be Bigelow's assistant. After Biogelow's death the board of directors picked Ward to lead the company. Leo McCall worked for Ward and enjoyed hearing the other employees tell stories about Ward antics. The stories always ended with someone should write a book about Charley Ward. Leo is now an 81-year-old widower. He has turned the stories he heard about Ward into a thinly veiled biography with Harry Hall (Ward) leading a St. Paul glue company and his salesman with crazy enthusiasm. Hence the name of the book Business Is Baloney. This book will get you laughing on every page. McCall tells the story using aliases for other local businessman of that day. Most of what I have in the book is what happened in Ward's leadership. Everyone I write about is dead now but I still don't want to be used, said McCall. The book is available at Mitch's Supper Club on West Seventh, Kowalski's food markets in St. Paul and Woodbury and the University of St. Thomas bookstore. I published it myself and I have had to go into a second printing cause the first sold out. McCall was active in the St. Patrick's Association and used to be one of the judges for the Miss Shamrock contest until the late 80's. As a senior at St. Thomas he won a school wide debate contest against twoother students who went on to high acclaim in their respective fields. They were James Shannon later Bishop Shannon and Bob Short, active political figure and well known sports team owner and businessman. McCall has other books in the offering that we can look forward to reading and if they are half as good as Business Is Baloney we can all be happy. If you can't find the book at your local bookstore call Leo and he will sell you a copy for only $10 and that includes the autograph.
|Author||: Jan H. F. Meyer|
|Author||: Pam Munoz Ryan|
|Editor||: Scholastic Inc.|
Everyone's favorite penguin--and the star of two best-selling readers in clubs and fairs--is back in another adorable adventure! Tony Baloney is excited. It's Pen Pal Month at school. Tony hopes he and his new pen pal Sam will become friends for life. It looks promising. The two have a lot in common: Sam rides a scooter, plays baseball, is a middle-child, and has a stuffed animal buddy, just like Tony! But when Sam's class comes to visit, Tony gets a big surprise: Sam is a girl! Can Tony be friends for life with a GIRL?
|Author||: Becca Carnahan|
|Editor||: Gatekeeper Press|
Belinda Baloney Changes Her Mind is a story about a young girl trying to figure out what she wants to be when she grows up. She has lots of big dreams, but can’t seem to pick just one. An engineer, President, a knitter of coats? A firefighter, farmer, a sailor of boats! When Belinda starts to get worried that she doesn’t know how to pick just one job, her brother helps her learn an important lesson. Growing and learning can take a lifetime, and Belinda Baloney can change her mind! This rhyming book filled with fun illustrations is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school-aged children. Kids will love exploring along with Belinda and be inspired to dream big dreams of their own.
|Author||: Maxime Raymond Bock|
|Editor||: Coach House Books|
"Bock's language crackles with the energy of a Québécois folk song, impassioned and celebratory but also melancholy and cheekily ironic." —The New Yorker, on Atavisms A young, floundering author meets Robert "Baloney" Lacerte, an older, marginal poet who seems to own nothing beyond his unwavering certainty. Over the course of one summer evening, Lacerte recounts his unrelenting quest for poetry, which has taken him from Quebec's Boreal forests to South America to East Montreal, where he seems poised to disappear without a trace. But as the blocked writer discovers, Lacerte might just be full of it. Maxime Raymond Bock lives in Montreal, Quebec. Atavisms, his first book, won the Prix Adrienne-Choquette. Pablo Strauss, who translated Atavisms, lives in Quebec City, Quebec.
|Author||: Trevor Romain,Elizabeth Verdick|
|Editor||: Free Spirit Publishing|
Revised classic provides a humorous take on cliques, exclusion, and real friends—updated to include online clique-tivity. Clique: It’s a word that’s spelled funny and sounds funny, and (like a vampire) can be a pain in the neck. True friends don’t make you feel left out, but for many kids, navigating social groups is tricky (because it’s cliquey), and they end up feeling excluded. This book uses humor, fun cartoons, and kid-friendly language to explain what cliques are, why being phony is baloney, why true friends don’t exclude others online or in real life, what’s more important than popularity—and how to navigate it all. The updated edition addresses online socializing and social media. The Free Spirit Laugh & Learn® Series Realistic topics, practical advice, silly jokes, fun illustrations, and a kid-centric point of view all add up to one of the most popular series young people turn to for help with school, families, siblings, and more. Kids ages 8–13 can tote these pocket-size guides anywhere and learn to slash stress, give cliques and rude people the boot, get organized, behave becomingly, and, in general, hugely boost their coping skills.