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The Only Brown Bunny
by Imee Cuison

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English

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Publication Date

March 26, 2017

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Lula is the only brown bunny in Bunny Land. She feels too different from all her friends. When it's time for the big Easter Parade, the bunnies of Bunny Land give Lula a wonderful surprise!<br /><br />This is a book that celebrates uniqueness and being different. It teaches children to be proud of who they are and to value kindness.
Sneezy Steve Saves Creeper Christmas: An Unofficial Minecraft Adv...
by John Diary

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English

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Publication Date

March 23, 2017

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<b><i>Where are all the creepers going?</i></b><br /><br />When Steve notices herds of creepers walking past his tower, he has to find out what’s going on. He brings with him his trusty companion Blocky (just a block of dirt) and his best friend Alex, who will do her best to keep him out of trouble. But at the end of the day, the decisions are up to YOU in this Choose Your Own Story book. Can you use all your Minecraft smarts to keep Steve safe and solve the mystery? (Or maybe you’ll just see how many different ways you can blow Steve up. Spoiler alert: there’s a lot of different ways…)<br /><br /><i>Sneezy Steve Saves Creeper Christmas is a great read for any kid eight year of age or older. This story has all the imaginative charm of a children’s classic, complete with a focus on positivity, emotions and relationships, while being packaged in a fun video game world that kids love. The interactive adventure style is great for reluctant readers. When a book is a game, it’s hard to put it down!</i> <br /><br /><h3>Excerpt</h3><br /><br /><i>Ahchoo!</i><br /><br />Steve woke up with a start.<br /><br />He didn’t need an alarm. He had a nose. And it woke him up with a sneeze every morning. <br /><br />Steve pushed back the red blankets on his bed and swung his feet to the ground. <br /><br />“Good morning bed!” Steve said in a sing-song voice. “Good morning floor! Good morning ceiling!”<br /><br />He reached up to rub his eyes. There were two perfect little cubes of crusty, sleep sand in the corner of each eye.<br /><br />“Good morning eye boogers!” Steve said as he rubbed them out of his eyes. <br /><br />He stood up on the cobblestone floor and went to the wooden chest in the corner. He started putting things, one-by-one in his backpack: <br /><br />A diamond pickaxe.<br /><br />A pile of pork chops.<br /><br />A set of leather armour.<br /><br />A couple bones. <br /><br />“Just in case I meet a wolf!” Steve said. <br /><br />And finally, he put a single block of dirt carefully in his backpack.<br /> <br />“Good morning Blocky!” he said to the block of dirt. <br /><br />The block of dirt said nothing.<br /><br />Steve closed the backpack and swung it over his shoulder. “Good morning backpack!”<br /><br />Then Steve stopped and listened for a second. <br /><br />“Yeah, Blocky, I know that the backpack can’t talk!” he said, frustrated. “I’m not crazy. Now stop making fun of me!”<br /><br />The block of dirt had said nothing. And continued to say nothing. Exactly the way that blocks of dirt tend to do. <br /><br />Steve crossed to the window and peered out of his tower, which was sat on top of a mountain, at the world down below. Everything was white and fluffy. As if there was a sheep shoved in Steve’s bedroom window. <br /><br />But there wasn’t.<br /><br />That’s really what the world looked like. Everything was covered in fresh snow. Everything was white. <br /><br />Or, at least, almost everything.<br /><br />Far down below, Steve saw a couple little green specks moving purposefully through the valley. They weren’t zombies, they couldn’t be, the sun was high in the sky. They had to be creepers. <br /><br />“Strange,” Steve said. “I saw creepers going through the valley yesterday too!”<br /><br />As he said it, another bunch of little green specks started coming down the valley. There were more than before. A lot more. Almost twenty creepers were wandering through the valley. <br /><br />Steve’s heart stopped beating in his chest for a second. That many creepers could do a lot of damage. If they just went a little bit to the left, they’d come right towards his tower and then BOOM! They could blow the whole thing to pieces.<br /> <br />He held his breath. <br /><br />But the creepers didn’t come towards his tower, they just kept going until they disappeared out the north side of the valley and into the mountains beyond. <br /><br />“Where are they going!?” Steve shouted. <br /><br />He looked back at his backpack. “I know you don’t know, Blocky! But I want to find out.” <br /><br />Steve turned from the window and jumped to the door. He flew out of it and started racing down the stairs. <br /><br /><b>Start reading now to find out what happens next!</b>
The EASTER Story
by Laura Lewis

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English

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Publication Date

March 23, 2017

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An easy to understand explanation of The EASTER Story.
Memes, Memes, Memes! 101+ Christmas Memes
by Memes Collections

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English

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Publication Date

March 26, 2017

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Welcome to one of the funniest Christmas meme books ever assembled! Inside you will find over a hundred of the most jolly memes ever compiled. Treat yourself today!
Petit Paul découvre pâques (Les livrets de nounou Sylvie t. 3) ...
by Sylvie PICHON

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French

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Publication Date

March 25, 2017

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Petit Paul entend sans arrêt parler de Pâques mais il n'y comprend rien.<br /><br />Ce livret contient une histoire et des activités manuelles et éducatives.
Coelhinho atrapalhado (Portuguese Edition)
by Edilaine Inês Haas

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Portuguese

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Publication Date

March 25, 2017

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Linda e encantadora historinha de páscoa.
A Christmas Carol (Annotated) (The Christmas Books Book 1)
by Charles Dickens

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English

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Publication Date

March 25, 2017

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This edition includes: <br />• A detailed biography of Charles Dickens to introduce the text.<br /><br />Charles Dickens originally wrote A Christmas Carol because of crippling debt and out of obligation to his publisher. Despite his success with prior works, Dickens returned to London in 1843 with very little money. A Christmas Carol supplemented his family’s relatively small income. Over time, it has become a perennial favorite during the holidays, as much a part of that time of year as holly, mistletoe, and presents.<br /><br />Ebenezer Scrooge’s strange spectral encounters are equal parts mysterious and nostalgic as he traverses his Christmas past, present, and future. Scrooge’s characterization is complex, showing the miserly grouch first but also a once gleeful boy. Written by one of the greatest novelists, A Christmas Carol is an unforgettable staple of the holidays.
Easter for Beginner Readers (Seasonal Emergent Readers Book 5)
by Ella May Woodman

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English

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Publication Date

March 20, 2017

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Meg goes to a picnic for Easter. She finds an egg and it begins to speak to her! <br />What does this egg have to say? And can Meg help save the day?<br /><br />This early reader focuses on the ~eg family of words, and is written in rhyme. <br />It includes a resource guide for parents, teachers and caregivers, with simple but effective advice and activity ideas to help your Beginner Reader build up their reading skills.
Mother's Day for Beginner Readers [Mum version] (Seasonal Emergen...
by Ella May Woodman

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English

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Publication Date

March 21, 2017

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***NOTE: This version of the Mother's Day reader is written for women called Mum! If you are called Mom, then click on the author name to go to a list of books where you will find the Mom version of this book***<br />Mums have been magic since the beginning of time. This year, let's say why we love them in rhyme!<br />This early reader is the perfect book to share with you Beginner Readers coming up to Mother's Day. <br />It's sure to spark some memorable conversations about what your children love about their Mum.<br />Happy Mother's Day to all the amazing Mums in your life!
Easter Bunny versus the World
by Sam Menard

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English

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Publication Date

March 24, 2017

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Easter. A time for family, for chocolate, and for egg hunts. And most of all, a time for the entire world to talk about how much they love the Easter Bunny. Well, now there are some other animals that would love to bring kids their Easter treats!<br /><br />Who is your favourite Easter animal? Is it still the Bunny?

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