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A Bad Boy For Christmas


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Great November Reads: headstrong heroes and feisty heroines

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If you love the Dark Protectors, these wicked hot Realm Enforcers are for you!

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Can she risk another heart break with a Texan SEAL?

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A Sinister Silent Night

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Ardent Springs: two lost hearts start over

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No matter how far we are in the future, everything connects us to our past.

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Gunfire disrupts a Christmas wedding in this 2-in-1 collection of original, connected novellas.

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Revenge never tasted so sweet


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Also by Jane Yolen:

Stone Angel, March 2015
The Last Dragon, September 2011
The Barefoot Book Of Dance Stories, September 2010
Except The Queen, February 2010
Here's A Little Poem, February 2007
How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?, April 2000

Also by Andrew Fusek Peters:

Here's A Little Poem, February 2007

Here's A Little Poem
Jane Yolen, Andrew Fusek Peters

A Very First Book of Poetry

February 2007
On Sale: February 13, 2007
112 pages
ISBN: 0763631418
EAN: 9780763631413
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Childrens | Fiction Poetry

This exuberant celebration of poetry is an essential book for every young one’s library and a georgeous gift to be both shared and treasured.

Sit back and savor a superb collection of more than sixty poems by a wide range of talented writers, from Margaret Wise Brown to Gertrude Stein, Langston Hughes to A. A. Milne. Greeting the morning, enjoying the adventures of the day, cuddling up to a cozy bedtime — these are poems that highlight the moments of a toddler’s world from dawn to dusk. Carefully gathered by Jane Yolen and Andrew Fusek Peters and delightfully illustrated by Polly Dunbar, HERE'S A LITTLE POEM offers a comprehensive introduction to some remarkable poets, even as it captures a very young child’s intense delight in the experiences and rituals of every new day.

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