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Miss Pinkeltink carries everything she owns in her purse, but she happily gives things away to people who need them; when Zoey realizes Miss Pinkeltink sleeps in the park she decides to change that.
When Bree is playing outside at school digging alone near the garden, she unearths two surprises.
Two young storytellers start with "once upon a time" but quickly realize that a good story needs action, danger, and most of all, a happy ending.
After his soccer coach verbally abuses him and roughly grabs his arm, David has trouble finding an adult to talk to about the incident.
The boys are pretending to be firefighters. Rita wants to play, too, but she doesn't want to be a firefighter. How can she join in?
After Jacob and Sophie are prevented from using their school's bathrooms, their teacher helps her students write new rules about who can use which bathroom.
Shaun is strong enough to know that even things that don't come easily can be mastered through determination and hard work. Learning to ride his two-wheeler with the help of his friend Nadia, he overcomes his fear and the teasing of the other children in the park and manages to impress friends and bullies alike.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text invite the reader to make everything from a tower to a charitable donation, alone or with neighbors.
"Best friends Adi and Gabi love to play with Adi's toy train. Round and round it goes-choo choo! Watching it loop the track gives the girls an idea. These scientific thinkers use their computer coding knowledge to put the train to work!"--|cProvided by publisher
"Gabi's garden needs some help. Where to begin? Gabi and her best friend Adi use if/then statements to decide what to plant, what to water, and what to pick! These scientific thinkers find ways every day to use computer coding concepts to make work and play more fun!"-- |cProvided by publisher