"Handsome athletic male werewolf, 450 (give or take a decade or two) seeks female werewolf, 18-?, for happily-ever-after. Flexible on hobbies, looks, and species." Jock has been a carefree bachelor for centuries, enjoying a warrior's life with the boys, fighting enemies and each other and enjoying the occasional debauchery. He's lived rough and it shows. But finding his mate changes his outlook. He's willing to give up his wild ways and settle down. Unfortunately for him, the "lucky" lady isn't convinced that she wants such a fixer-upper. In fact, Vanessa is determined to leave him in the dust, literally and figuratively. And even if Jock can convince her to stay, there's the little worry that, instead of accepting her, the pack will opt to kill her instead....
The Gingerbread Man has to run as fast as he can - or he'll be eaten! Follow the Gingerbread Man as he runs away from the little old woman, the little old man, the cow, the horse and the fox! Learn about the importance of a healthy lifestyle in this hilarious story all about exercise. Keep Running Gingerbread Man is one title from the Fairytales Gone Wrong series. This series is a welcome addition for parents looking for picture books with a message. The Fairytales Gone Wrong series includes: Give Us a Smile Cinderella: 978-1-78171-648-9 Keep Running Gingerbread Man: 978-1-78171-650-2 Eat Your Green Goldilocks: 978-1-78171-644-1 Blow Your Nose Big Bad Wolf: 978-1-78171-646-5
Kea Alwang and Melissa Mertz, the authors of the middle grade series, The Secret Path of Ned the Ninja, give you tips for creating a book club with your child and his friends. The guide includes thoughts on what to consider when planning your club, suggested activities for fun meetings, and loads of discussion questions to get everyone thinking. This guide also serves teachers and librarians intent on teaching good character and anti-HIB behaviors. Through questions that encourage the analyzation of Ned's thoughts and actions, readers have the opportunity to empathize with Ned and reflect upon their own thoughts and actions.
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