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About Margie Palatini
Wow. My very first picture book -- PIGGIE PIE!, is celebrating
it's fifteenth anniversary this year! It tickles me to know that
'Gritch' is still giving giggles.
Visit her and my other characters on my website: www.margiepalatini.com
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Stewart's sweet tooth screams for cake at weddings, for candy during class, and torments him at the movies. Stewart has had enough, and he's bringing out the big guns -- a carrot.
Can he stand up to the most annoying sweet tooth in history?
The Hare family-Papa, Mama, and Little Baby Hare-are enjoying a peaceful, quiet, lovely day in their rabbit hole. It′s quiet, at least until they hear a big THUMP outside their door. The thump is Goldilocks herself, who has fallen down the rabbit hole after being chased away by the Three Bears. The Hare family is happy to help the poor girl, who has hurt her foot. But as you might imagine, Goldie is not a very good houseguest. She is a tough girl to please, since every chair is too hard, too soft, or otherwise not just right. And, if you were the Hares, you might agree that Goldilocks is loud, obnoxious, and demanding. But when Goldie is finally comfy-cozy in the Hares′s rabbit hole, how are they ever going to get her to leave?
Margie Palatini and Jack E. Davis bring a hilarious, just-right twist to the nursery classic.
Includes Read Aloud/Read to Me feature where available.
Readers embark on a fast-paced chase through every room in the house as we follow Mommy on her quest to settle Baby down for nap. Dashing from family room to living room, both on the table and under it, through the kitchen and even hiding in the laundry basket, this hilarious romp culminates with mommy and baby collapsed - AT LAST -- fast asleep in a chair.
Edward loves his Stuff more than anything . . .
. . . until he gets buried beneath it.
Edward has a lot of Stuff—too much Stuff. Soon the Stuff takes over his house. But will Edward agree to part with his Stuff before it’s too late?
Stuff is Margie Palatini and Noah Z. Jones’s hilarious story about the stuff that counts and the stuff that’s just, well, . . . Stuff.
Age: Eleven. Well, almost eleven. Backspace. Halfway to eleven.
Factoid: 198 days to sixth grade.
Problem: Coolability (see glossary inside).
Connect the dots: A bad hair situation . . . Growing earlobes . . .
1. A fairy godmother.
2. A molto chic makeover
[molto = very in Italian].
3. A seat at the primo lunch table.
[Primo is also Italian. It means best.]
The solution:Tune in!