A picture book featuring culturally rich artwork celebrates the joys, rituals, and traditions that are practiced in mosques throughout the world, and includes a glossary and information about many historical and significant mosques.
A group of new teachers arrives at Avengers Assembly, and not everyone is who they seem! Kamala, Doreen, and Miles are back at Avengers Assembly for a new semester! When Captain Marvel announces she's adding staff to the school, the students aren't sure who could possibly join--but it looks like Cap went above and beyond, and the school is full of new teachers! With all these new teachers, it's hard to keep track of who's teaching what, and what they're supposed to be learning. And some of these teachers are really not acting like heroes at all, but more like--super-villains? All that new staff has created a lot of confusion that is ripe for exploiting! Someone is impersonating students and teachers, using lies and deception to break up the new generation of heroes. Can Doreen and her friends get to the bottom of this scandal? Or will this be the end of the Avengers Assembly?--Provided by publisher.
Mickey begins his reign as the newly-crowned Supreme Sorcerer...but it turns out that being the Supreme Sorcerer isn't a glamorous job! Faced with constant difficulties and demands, Mickey starts feeling drained, so when a shadowy voice introduces itself as the guardian of the crown, Mickey is eager to heed its advice! But is the shadow really trustworthy or is there something more nefarious at play...?
Owly and Wormy love making new friends, and when they spot an unfamiliar animal flying through the trees, they can't wait to meet her! Unfortunately, Shadow the flying squirrel doesn't want to be friends with Owly because she's afraid of him. Wormy tries to convince Shadow that she can trust Owly, but she's still scared... When Wormy gets stuck high up in a tree, Owly's own fear of flying keeps him grounded. Can Owly overcome his fears? And will Shadow be able to do the same?--Provided by publisher.
Learn all about big leaders who love and protect the Earth in this engaging and inspiring board book perfect for environmentalists-in-training! Now even the youngest readers can learn all about important people who help protect and take care of our Earth! Highlighting ten memorable environmentalists who paved the way, parents and little ones alike will love this discovery primer full of fun, age-appropriate facts and bold illustrations.
Embarrassed about gathering watercress from a roadside ditch, a girl learns to appreciate her Chinese heritage after learning why the plant is so important to her parents.
After sixty years of trying to stop Paradox and set the universe right again, Finn time-travels to get help from his nine-year-old self.
DJ Funkyfoot may have a name fit for a hip-hop star, but as a dog butler desperate to find a job, he takes a job as a nanny watching over a ShrubBaby that loves chaos.
Catwad and Blurmp are back with more ridiculous fun that will have readers high-fiving each other with joy. This volume sees the big blue grump and his slow but lovable friend get a pet, try new hobbies, explore the newest video game technology, and more! If you love laughing (and who doesn't??), this book is for you!--Provided by publisher.
A class field trip to Camp Go Green inspires Hope Roberts to take up environmental causes, but getting busy grown-ups (or her older sister) to pay attention to a middle schooler can be something of a problem, and so is Hope's expectation that everyone will share her enthusiasm; her science club gets her school to add more recycling bins, start a carpooling program and create a garden, but it turns out that saving the world is more complicated than she realized.
Nine-year-old Jayden loves the outdoors, but his mother is nervous about him playing in their neighborhood. With the help of his neighbor Mr. Curtis, can Jayden help Mama see that nature and beauty are all around?--
Alder has always lived in his cozy little house in Southern California. An old, reliable, comforting walnut tree has stood between his house and the one next door. When a new family--with a particularly annoying girl his age named Oak--moves into the neighboring house, they cut the tree down. As Oak and Alder start school together, they can't imagine ever becoming friends. But they soon discover a series of mysterious, possibly magical, connections between the two of them.
Ada's life is a mess. She just caught her boyfriend cheating on her after a humiliating attempt at losing her virginity, and she's had it up to here with her gorgeous older sister's unsolicited advice. But things really hit the fan during a family vacation in Hawaii, where Ada discovers her own mother is having an affair. Apparently, everyone is falling into bed with people they shouldn't. Everyone except Ada. But when Ada decides she's going to stop trying and start doing--sex, that is--her best laid plan overlooks an inconvenient truth: Feelings, romantic or not, always get in the way.
Seventh-grader Wills is excited to start training at the prestigious Oakwood Riding Academy, but between the #HorseGirls posse icing her out of their club, learning the reins of horse riding, and dealing with her air force pilot mom being stationed abroad, Wills discovers it is not easy to become a part of #HorseGirlWorld.
Twelve-year-old Parker Pitts hates a mess. Ever since his grandmother died, he's much more comfortable when things are organized: He scrubs the kitchen counters at home, avoids the school bully at all costs, and never even speaks to Gabriella Cortez, the most interesting girl in the sixth grade. But now Parker's older sister is traveling abroad for the semester, leaving behind her obnoxious and extremely disorderly goldendoodle, Boof, for Parker to manage. When an intense round of tug-of-war leaves both dog and boy with bumped heads, Parker and Boof wake up to the biggest disaster yet: they've switched bodies! Suddenly Boof has to find his way through a school day and Parker has to...eat dog food?!
Told through rhyme, the step-by-step process of how America's favorite snack is grown, harvested, and popped is explained. Back matter includes scientific facts and activities--
It feels like Cara has been sick all her life, but she and her mom have never stayed in one place long enough for doctors to really understand what is happening to her. Now, at fourteen, Cara is tired of being tired, and sick of being sick. And it's only getting worse. Unable to afford the care she needs, Cara's mom starts a Caring for Cara campaign online. The money starts pouring in. But something is not right to Cara-- and the harder she looks, the less she understands. -- adapted from jacket
All the forest animals know it is impossible to make it through the Impossible Thing, but a small dog named Hugo is determined to try, inspiring hope in his friends.
A lyrical board book that introduces baby to all the natural wonders experienced on a hike through the forest.
Find all the sounds of everyday in the story's colorful illustrations, then find out how to switch them off.
At the end of the 19th Century in the Persian royal court of the Qajars, Jamila, an Abyssinian slave who stands at the funeral of a Persian nobleman, watches the rites with empty eyes. In that very moment, she realises that her life will never be acknowledged or mourned with the same significance. The fear of being forgotten, of being irrelevant, sets her and Abimelech, a fellow Abyssinian slave and a eunuch, on a path to find meaning, navigating the dangerous and deadly politics of the royal court, both in the government and the harem, before leading her to the radicals that lie beyond its walls.