Annie's dog sitting for her new neighbor, but her creepy apartment manager, Anthony Spiggottini, accuses her of violating the "No Dogs Allowed" lease, and threatens to evict her. She's at a Halloween party when Anthony busts into her place, and literally lets the dog and cat out! She'd gladly have killed him, but someone beats her to it. Now Annie's desperately searching for her lost cat while dealing with Anthony's ghost, who refuses to accept he's dead.
"Cupcakes, Bats, and Scare-dy Cats"
It's holiday time, and Room One is doing lots of fun things to celebrate. Like making elf costumes! And singing joyful songs! Only, how can Junie B. enjoy the festivities when Tattletale May keeps ruining her holiday glee? And here is the worst part of all! When everyone picks names for Secret Santa, Junie B. gets stuck with Tattletale you-know-who! It's enough to fizzle your holiday spirit!
"Junie B is great again"
In a powerful book set in post-World War II Oregon, sixth graders from rival towns prepare for the 50th annual softball game. Two of the players - a Japanese American who spent the war in an internment camp and a girl whose father was killed at Pearl Harbor - collide with tragic results on the day of the big game.
The famished old lady swallows a bat, a ghost, an owl, a goblin, and other Halloween treats in this silly, Halloween take on the classic story.
Very few people ever enter the Shadow Woods, for these woods are like no others. Hidden deep within them is the Gateway to the Shadow Realm – a dark and chaotic world where all kinds of gruesome creatures live…. On her tenth birthday, tomboy Sophie learns she is the Guardian of the magical gateway, and that her destiny is to protect the human world from the goblins, trolls and evil sprites that inhabit the Shadow Woods. Each book sees Sophie having to outwit weird and terrifying creatures from the Shadow Woods, and here, Sophie takes on the Bat Sprites!
Thus begins one of the most famous poems in American history: Ernest L. Thayer’s "Casey at the Bat". When the powerful Mudville baseball team enters the ninth inning of their game behind by two runs, things seem pretty grim. And when the first two batters make outs, it looks like their best player, the mighty Casey, won’t even get a chance to win the game for them. Then, two unlikely players get hits, and suddenly the crowd is cheering as Casey strolls to the plate. Casey’s epic at-bat has delighted generations of listeners, young and old.
The New York Times best-selling author of Bats at the Beach, Brian Lies crafts heartwarming tales that allow young listeners’ imaginations to soar. With infectious rhymes, Lies also packs lots of laughs into his stories about a group of young bats who are always looking for fun. Here, the crew takes to the diamond for an exciting game of baseball. It’s time for the bat all-star game, and our loveable heroes are ready to cheer on their favorite players. The grass is mowed and the scoreboard is lit up, so grab a mothdog, your best mitt, and a bat - the wooden kind - and join the gang at the ballpark for an unforgettable night of strikeouts and home runs.
Wieder einmal wird Gotham City von diabolischen Verbrechern heimgesucht: dem albtraumauslösenden Scarecrow, dem hoch intelligenten Rätselfreund Riddler und der betörenden Herrin aller Pflanzen Poison Ivy. Batman muss sich und die Einwohner vor lebensgefährlichen Nebelschwaden und fleischfressenden Schlingpflanzen retten. Als er selbst Opfer einer Entführung wird, eilt sein junger Freund Robin zu Hilfe...
Then this lively, fast-paced and informative audiobook will enchant them! Bats are endlessly fascinating. Their distinctive silhouette, expressive faces and spooky associations enchant kids and adults alike.
The New York Times best seller Bats at the Beach flows from the gifted pen of award-winning author and illustrator Brian Lies. What could be better than a fun day at the beach with your loved ones? How about if it’s nighttime and your family members are furry, friendly bats? This charming book of rhymes is sure to become a children’s favorite.
When you think of Aesop's Fables, you probably think of "The Tortoise and the Hare" or "Country Mouse and City Mouse". In this collection, Rob Cleveland brings you three of Aesop's lesser-known but equally powerful fables. You will learn why bats fly at night, why you should pick your friends carefully, and why even a tiny ant could be your guardian angel.
An epic battle is taking place in Mudville. If the team can just hold on for Casey to get a whack then life will be grand. Such poise, such command, such promise. A classic poem narrated by Glenn Hascall.
Uh oh! A librarian has left the window open, and now it’s time for fun-loving bats of all ages to fly in for a night in the stacks. Bats at the Library is a recipient of starred reviews from both Publishers Weekly and Horn Book Magazine.
Red bats can hibernate or migrate to warmer regions during the winter. Should this solitary little bat stay, or should she go? That's the question the little red bat ponders as the leaves fall, and the nights get colder! The squirrel tells her to stay. But what about the dangerous creatures that hunt red bats in the winter? The sparrow urges her to go. But where? Carole Gerber takes young listeners on an educational journey through one bat's seasonal dilemma in Little Red Bat.
Aimee Mallory is a mother of four children and a grandma, too, so she loves writing books for children and can't wait to write many more.
Ben Bat loved Halloween more than any other time of the year. It was the one time of year his mom let him fly all night long. It was also the night he could meet with friends he didn't see the rest of the year, Wanda Witch, Matt Mummy and Gary Ghost. Find out how the night turn out to be a surprise for Ben Bat.
Panchtantra are the stories that were told to young princes in ancient times in India to make them wiser. Literally meaning five sections, the wisdom they impart today is as relevant as it was years ago. The stories are short and have animal characters which appeal to children.
The Magical Bat has far more power than providing great hits! If you love baseball then you will love this poetic tale that will turn every frown upside down. Guaranteed.
Freddie and Betty Bat are in search of a new home, but finding somewhere they both like is harder than it looks! Everywhere is too cold, too damp, too dusty, too smelly, or too noisy. Will Freddie and Betty ever be able to find a place to call their own? Find out in Those Batty Bats of Bainesville.
The Three Little Bats in the tree are quite small, and they are hardly noticed, if ever at all. When the goblins have a party and invite their guests, the witch goes on a quest to be dressed the best! When she points at the bats and shouts a command, will the bats help out? Will they lend a hand? Her costume will almost certainly depend, on whether she's polite and learns to make friends.