There is no football game more exciting than the Super Bowl, the match that pits the best AFC team against the best NFC in a battle for the NFL championship. THrilling last-second victories, curshing defeats, jaw-dropping touchdown catches-and misses!-the Super Bowl has it all. In this action-packed volume, young readers can relive forty years of Super Bowl history. It chronicles the rise of such dynasties as the San Francisco 49ers and the New England Patriots as well as the agony felt by the all-time loser, the Minnesota Vikings and the Buffalo Bills. Photos and quotes from superstar players bring the games to life. And with a complete list of all the Super Bowl results from I to XL, this book has everything a young football fan needs to know.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 11/1/2006Pages: 128Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
As the adolescent sidekicks of the world's most powerful heroes, Robin, Superboy, Wonder Girl, and Impulse have fought alongside their mentors in many battles. But when Cyborg, a former teen hero, realizes that this new generation of super-heroes needs to be guided and trained, he recruits the young adventurers into the new Teen Titans. Now as Earth's future champions begin working together as a unified team, they quickly learn the true consequences of the path they have chosen. Featuring Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash, this action-packed volume includes the Teen Titans inaugural adventures as they face off against the deadly mercenary Deathstroke, contend with the fanatical villainy of Brother Blood and take on the heroes of the Justice League.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 4/1/2004Pages: 192
Check out the top Super Bowl plays of all time, including the 2013 Super Bowl!David Tyree's fingertip catch. Adam Vinatieri's game winning field goal. John Elway's helicopter run. This book highlights the top Super Bowl moments of all time, including the best plays from the 2013 Super Bowl!
In THE PRINCESS OF CORTOVA, both King Alaric of Westria and Rupert of Austlind are vying for the hand of Elizabetta, Princess of Cortova. Marrying her will create a strategic alliance. In THE CUP AND THE CROWN, Alaric had sent Molly to find a magical Loving Cup (which binds people together) in order to win Elizabetta. Now, Alaric has traveled to the Cortovan Summer Palace to ask for Elizabetta's hand and he has brought the Loving Cup with him. Betta's father, King Gonzalo, has contrived for Rupert and his father, King Reynard, to be at the palace at the same time as Alaric. Gonzalo sees Betta's betrothal as a tactical game, and he intends to pit each suitor against the other. However, Elizabetta has leverage of her own-she will play along and will be charming only on one condition: that her father name her as his heir. In keeping with the strategic maneuvers at court, chess plays a big part in this book. Molly and Elizabetta play chess together, though it isn't simply a friendly game-it's symbolic of the intrigue that surrounds them. Amid the subtle court games is a very real threat for Alaric. There is an assassin at the court; someone wants Alaric dead, and Molly must use her magical visions to help save him before it is too late.
Kid O Frogs & Lilypad Jumping GameA high jumping game for small hands. Use your finger to push down the frog tail and watch it leap into the air. Aim each green hopping frog towards the brightly colored water lily and win by being the first of your friends to catch the most frogs. Or practice your hand-eye coordination solo to see how quickly you can gather your frogs. Includes an army of five frogs and one lily pad for repeated play.
This dramatic and moving story set in the days of the Negro Leagues illustrates the true meanings of friendship, prejudice, and heroism. Charlie Nebraska wants two things he can't get: to make the local Wildcats baseball team and to have life to return to the way it was before his father died two years earlier in the Korean War. Then Charlie meets Luther Peale, a former Negro Baseball League player who agrees to coach Charlie's fledgling neighborhood baseball team for a game against the Wildcats. But many of Charlie's white neighbors are suspicious of Luther, and when Charlie inadvertently reveals a secret of Luther's, violence erupts in the town and both Luther and Charlie are drawn into serious danger. Praise for STUMPTOWN KID: "Readers will enjoy this winning mix of sports, suspense, and heroism, and delight in the baseball wit and wisdom." --School Library Journal - Honorable mention, 2005 Gustavus Myers Award - 2006 Paterson Prize for Books for Young People - 2005-6 Pennsylvania Young Adult Top Forty List - Kansas State Reading Circle 2005 Recommended Reading ListBook Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 4/30/2007Pages: 224Reading Level: Age 10 and Up
When Grandma Grace's Thanksgiving bowl topples off the table and into the lives of others, it becomes a useful found object for all who encounter it. From one Thanksgiving to the next, the bowl makes its way upstream and downstream, through sandboxes and snowstorms, carrying goodwill and offering creative inspiration. By the time it makes its way back to Grandma Grace's backyard, it has been a vessel of gratitude for many creatures, echoing and fulfilling its original purpose-holding the annual "I Am Thankful For" lists of the family.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 8/14/2007Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
Unwanted at home, Molly goes to work for the king of Westria as a humble scullery maid. She arrives at the castle with no education, no manners, and a very disturbing secret: She sees visions, and those visions always come true. One day, while she's working in the king's great hall, young Prince Alaric passes by. Molly finds him unbearably handsomebut also unbearably rude. But what does it really matter? She'll probably never see him again. In time Molly is promoted to polishing silver and is given a priceless royal treasure to work on: the king's great ceremonial hand basin. But there's something odd about it. The silver warms to her touch, a voice commands her to watch and listen, and then the visions appear. They tell the story of a dreaded curse that has stalked the royal family for years. There have already been deaths; soon there will be more. As tragedy after tragedy strikes the royal family, Molly can't help but wonder: Will the beautiful Alaric be next? Together with her friends Tobias and Winifred, Molly must protect the prince and destroy the curse. Could a less likely champion be found to save the kingdom of Westria? Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 4/26/2011Pages: 320Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Move your mover- Greg, rowley, Fregley, Roderick, Holly Hills, or Manny- to see what category to play. In Who Said What, players secretly answer questions like "If you could only eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?" Can you guess which answer goes with which player? Correct answers move you closer to finish, but wrong answers can give you the cheesse!Recommended Ages: 8 years & Up
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Don't Scramble the Egg Game Rowley's egg is tossed from player to player as they call out items that fit the category on the card. Scary movies. Breakfast cereals. Boys names. It sounds easy until the pressure is ON! The electronic egg randomly ticks... then s-p-l-a-t-s! The player holding it when that happens collects the card and the last player standing, wins.Product Measures:Recommended Ages: 8 Years & Up
Kevin Midas is sick of being picked on, teased and tormented. So when he finds a pair of magical sunglasses that give him the power to do--well, anything--he couldn't be happier. At first, Kevin spends his time pulling ice cream cones out of the air and getting every video game he ever wanted. But then he turns to darker wishes. What if he used the glasses to get revenge? In Neal Shusterman's dark fantasy, one boy finds out that sometimes, getting everything you want can be deadly.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 11/10/2009Pages: 176Reading Level: Age 12 and Up
Whether traveling by car, train, or plane, kids will be sure to delight in this jam-packed activity book that will keep them smiling and learning wherever their journey takes them. Sections on participating in the planning of the family’s trip and designing maps allow children to be more than just backseat passengers. Kids are also given pages to draw and write what they see and experience, and they can take part in simple but entertaining activities and games like the amazing jumping frog game, ten penny puzzle, moon rockets, charades, and paper airplanes. Containing new activities and updated artwork, this new edition is a compact and complete source of amusement that doesn’t require batteriesmaybe just paper, pencil, string, and a little imagination.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 4/1/2007Pages: 96Reading Level: Age 7 and Up
Cody's father is an F.B.I. agent, he's got a pet emu, and he's an ace on Rollerblades. At least, that's what Cody tells his class on the first day at his new school. Being Super Deluxe Cody is great, until someone throws a skating party. And suddenly, the game may be up! Betsy Duffey is the author of numerous books for young readers, including How to Be Cool in the Third Grade, The Math Wiz and Utterly Yours, Booker Jones. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Ellen Thompson has illustrated over one hundred children's book jackets, and her work has appeared in numerous magazines. She lives in Franklin Park, New Jersey. Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 6/1/1998Pages: 96Reading Level: Age 7 and Up
Open this book to any page to begin your exploration. Here are poems about things that you may never have thought about before. You'll be introduced to jellyfish stew, a bouncing mouse, a ridiculous dog, and a boneless chicken. You'll learn why you shouldn't argue with a shark, eat a dinosaur, or have an alligator for a pet. You'll meet the world's worst singer and the greatest video game player in history. You'll even find an invitation to a dragon's birthday party....Your friends are invited too.Over 100 hilarious poems about strange creatures and people--from jellyfish stew to a bouncing mouse, and a boneless chicken. "The illustrations bring the frivolity to a fever pitch."--School Library Journal. Index.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 10/1/2007Pages: 160Reading Level: Age 6 and Up
The Magic FishBowl is the perfect desktop pet. These aquatic acrobats will swim around their bowl all day long with no feeding or cleaning required.Product Dimensions: 4.5 by 3.5 by 4.5Recommended Ages: 8 years & Up
Julbo Bowl Kids Sunglasses, Brown Tint, Black/Grey The Julbo Kids Bowl Sunglasses come with ultra-wide temples for extra coverage and protection from the suns bright rays. A warp-around fit ensures these sunglasses stay your kids face even during play time. Plus, unlike other kids shades, these Julbo sunglasses actually look good.
Illus. with photographs from the Dust Bowl era. This true story took place at the emergency farm-labor camp immortalized in Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath. Ostracized as "dumb Okies," the children of Dust Bowl migrant laborers went without school--until Superintendent Leo Hart and 50 Okie kids built their own school in a nearby field.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 7/13/1993Pages: 96Reading Level: Age 9 and Up
The Dust Bowl Through the Lens The Dust Bowl was a time of hardship and disaster. The worst ecological disaster in our nation's history turned more than 100 million acres of fertile land almost completely to dust. Hundreds of thousands of people were forced to seek new homes and opportunities thousands of miles away, while millions more chose to stay and battle nature to save their land. These terrible repercussions from the Dust Bowl contributed to the Great Depression, which impacted the entire country. FDR's New Deal army of photographers took to the roads during this national crisis to document the human struggle of the proud people of the plains. Their pictures spoke a thousand words, and a new form a storytelling'photojournalism'was born. These talented cameramen and women used photographs to inform the rest of the nation and bring about much-needed change. With the help of iconic images from Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, Arthur Rothstein, and many more, Martin W. Sandler
Fiesta 64-oz Pedestal Bowl manufactured by The Homer Laughlin China Company. America's largest domestic producer of dinnerware, and the sole manufacturer of all Fiesta dinnerware. All Fiesta pieces are Microwave safe, Oven-proof, Dishwasher safe, Freezer proof, Lead-Free, and Made in America with the implementation of many important practices. The very durable glaze is great for everyday use. Fiesta as a pattern has stood the test of time, and is typically passed down from one generation to the next. We have kept the pattern constant through the years so that you can count on us to be here when you decide to expand or change your collection. New pieces and colors are added every so often to keep things interesting. Currently, Fiesta is the most collected dinnerware in America. -Dimensions: 3.25 IN x 9.75 IN x 9.75 IN
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