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About Courtney Carbone
Courtney Carbone studied English and Creative Writing in the US and Australia before becoming a children's book writer and editor in New York City. Her favorite things include Brit Lit, trivia nights, board games, stand-up comedy, improv, bookstores, libraries, brick-oven pizza, salted-caramel macarons, theme parties, sharks, puns, portmanteaus, and '90s pop culture.
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The Dealing with Feelings series of early readers are designed to give voice to what’s brewing inside. Through short, simple text and repetitive observational phrases, the child will learn to name their emotions as they also learn to read.
Princess Peppa has so much to do to get ready for the royal ball! She must invite her friends, decorate the castle, and help the royal baker make some tasty treats. Will Princess Peppa have enough time to make this ball a night to remember?
Boys and girls ages 4–6 will love this Step into Reading leveled reader featuring Wonder Woman as she teams up with her Super Hero High classmates to take on the bad guys and save the day.
Simba the lion will one day become king--but his uncle Scar has other plans. Join Simba and his father, Mufasa, and his friends Nala, Timon, and Pumbaa as they earn their place in the Circle of Life. This Step 2 deluxe Step into Reading leveled reader is based on the Disney animated classic The Lion King. This book is perfect for children ages 4 to 6. Step 2 readers use basic vocabulary and short sentences to tell simple stories. For children who recognize familiar words and can sound out new words with help.
Disney The Lion King is a timeless tale of family, bravery, and loyalty, and stars Simba the lovable lion cub.
Easy-to-read text and evocative illustrations make this relatable second story in the Dealing with Feelings series a perfect practice in emotional maturity for kids, and it includes 2 sheets of colorful stickers!
This Level 1 beginning reader is based on the hit Nick Jr. television show.
Imagine: What if Lizzy Bennet and Mr. Darcy had smartphones and dated IRL (in real life)? A classic is reborn in this clever adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice!
A truth universally acknowledged: a rich guy must want a wife.
A terrible first impression.
A couple that’s meant to be . . . if they can just get over themselves. #hatersgonnadate
Don’t miss: Lydia taking selfies with soldiers, Mrs. Bennet’s humble-brag status updates, Lizzy texting from her long walks, and Darcy swiping left on a dance card app.
tl;dr Jane Austen’s most famous novel told through its characters texting with emojis, posting photos, checking in at locations, and updating their relationship statuses. The perfect gift for any teen (or any reader with a sense of humor)!
A glossary and cast of characters are included for those who need it. For example: tl;dr means too long; didn’t read.