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  • Waiting is not easy!Waiting is not easy!

    Willems, Mo.

    Piggie tells Gerald she has a surprise for him, but it is not there yet so Gerald must be patient.

  • HachikoHachiko : the true story of a loyal dog

    Turner, Pamela S.

    Relates the true story of a dog who accompanied his master to and from a Tokyo train station for a year and, after his master died, continued to wait for him there every day for many years.

  • WaterWater

    Stewart, Melissa.

    "Provides information about the Earth's water, including rivers, lakes, oceans, the water cycle, climate, water pollution, and conservation."--OCLC.

  • I can be anything!I can be anything!

    Spinelli, Jerry.

    A little boy ponders the many possible jobs in his future, from paper-plane folder and puppy-dog holder to mixing-bowl licker and tin-can kicker.

  • Tallulah's tutuTallulah's tutu

    Singer, Marilyn.

    Tallulah takes ballet lessons and eagerly awaits her coveted tutu, which, she learns, she must work hard to earn.

  • Ruthie and the (not so) teeny tiny lieRuthie and the (not so) teeny tiny lie

    Rankin, Laura.

    Ruthie loves tiny things and when she finds a tiny camera on the playground she is very happy, but after she lies and says the camera belongs to her, nothing seems to go right.

  • Fancy NancyFancy Nancy : my family history

    O'Connor, Jane.

    Nancy writes a report for school about her great-grandfather, making things up so he seems less ordinary, but when she learns that Grandpa will be there to hear her read the report aloud she realizes she was dishonest.

  • Upside Down MagicUpside Down Magic

    Mlynowski, Sarah.

    Nory, Elliott, Andres, and Bax find their lives forever changed when they attend the Dunwiddle Magic School's Upside-Down Magic class.

  • Sticks & stonesSticks & stones

    Mlynowski, Sarah.

    Nory, Bax, and their friends are in a special class at Dunwiddle Magic School, a class for children whose magic is unpredictable--and while Nory is finding an outlet for her dritten-self (a combination of a kitten and dragon), in the kittenball team, Bax is worried because all he can do is turn into a rock, and nobody knows why.

  • Showing offShowing off

    Mlynowski, Sarah.

    The Dunwiddle Magic School (fifth to eighth grade) is intended for children whose magic is "upside-down" like Dory (who turns into a combination of a kitten and dragon) and Pepper (whose uncontrollable "fiercing" terrifies everyone around her)--so the Show Off, where fifth grade students are supposed to showcase their skills, does not really seem like a good idea.

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