June 2019: Juvenile Fiction

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    Series: The Plano Adventures
    Trouble in Murktown , ,
    9789814828482 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Action & Adventure Age (years) from 5 - 9, Grade (US) from K - 4 On Sale Date: June 07, 2019
    $11.99 CAD 5.45 x 7.71 x 0.26 in | 52 pages Carton Quantity: 1 Canadian Rights: Y Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd
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      About the Book Lord Myopic is determined to cover Murktown in fog, and take control of its people. Only Professor Plano knows how to defeat him! He is on his way to pick up his Clear Vision potion when he ends up in the backyard of a certain pair of twins! Little does he know, this is the exact place he needs to be to succeed. About the Series Myopia (short-sightedness), device dependency and lack of outdoor activity are public health concerns worldwide. Stories from the plano adventures are based on years of scientific research, written specially to empower young readers to tackle these adverse effects of excessive device use.
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      About the Author Dr Mohamed (Mo) Dirani is a world leading expert on myopia, or short-sightedness. At age 26, Mo earned his PhD with the world’s largest twin study on myopia in Australia. His research showed that the environment can influence the development of myopia even in twins who share 100 per cent of their genes. In 2009, Mo led a national study on myopia in Singapore, which confirmed that myopia can occur in very young children, putting them at risk of developing sight-threatening myopia later in life. Therefore, early prevention is important. The Professor Plano Clear Vision Recipe is strongly based on this science. Today, Mo heads plano Pte Ltd, a company with a single mission to help families all over the world manage device use and myopia. Hwee Goh is a MediaCorp scholar who spent 16 years in political broadcast news, and is the author of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore’s Wildlife Wonders and Singapore’s Sports Stars. She is also a communications professional who teaches media skills and provides editorial support to companies at The Media Consultants Singapore. However, her lifelong job is reading, and promoting reading. She is the non-commercial micro-influencer who runs Facebook Page, Hwee’s Book Share Club, from whence she gets her deep experience interacting with like-minded parents on all things books. About the Illustrator David Liew is the talented illustrator behind the highly successful ten-book Ellie Belly series, that has sold 100,000 copies and which has been translated into a few languages. Dave also created Squirky of the five-book Squirky series, which won the SCWBI Crystal Kite Award 2016 for book 4. In 2014, he wrote and illustrated his own book, Nightmare on Eat Street, funded by the National Arts Council. Dave is currently the Regional Advisor to the Singapore Chapter of the International Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, although he spent his younger years as a history and art lecturer. Dave also spends his time as a sculptor at the Sleeping Iron Foundry.
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    Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain Verna Aardema, Beatriz Vidal
    9781529007541 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Fairy Tales & Folklore On Sale Date: June 11, 2019
    $15.99 CAD 8.29 x 10.43 x 0.17 in | 32 pages Carton Quantity: 1 Canadian Rights: Y Macmillan Children's Books
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      A beautifully illustrated African tale of how Ki-pat, a herd boy, ended a dreadful drought. In this traditional tale, discovered in Kenya, a young herd boy Ki-pat must find a way to save the animals that live on the Kapiti Plain by ending a long and terrible drought. Authored by Verna Aardema, Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain is a delightful rhyming tale full of bright and vivid illustrations by Beatriz Vidal. The cumulative rhyme is a joy to read aloud and a wonderful way to engage young children.
      Bio
      Verna Aardema was born in New Era, Michigan, in 1911. A cedar swamp in the back of her house served as her inspiration and retreat as a young aspiring writer. She was inspired to write for children when she had to make up stories to get her baby daughter to eat. She wrote many African folktales because of her fascination with the infinitely diverse continent. Beatriz Vidal was born in Argentina and received her Bachelor of Arts from Cordoba University. Her illustrations have appeared on UNICEF cards as well as in many publications, including The New Yorker and New York Times. She has since illustrated many books, but Bringing Rain to the Kapiti Plain was her debut.
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    Forever Neverland Susan Adrian
    9780525579267 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic Age (years) from 8 - 12, Grade (US) from 3 - 7 On Sale Date: June 25, 2019
    $22.99 CAD 5.81 x 8.56 x 0.94 in | 272 pages Carton Quantity: 12 Canadian Rights: Y Random House Books for Young Readers
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      What if Peter Pan wanted to take you to Neverland? Would you go?

      A contemporary sequel to J. M. Barrie’s timeless classic Peter Pan, perfect for kids who loved THE LAND OF STORIES and dream of going to Neverland.


      Clover and Fergus are the great-great-grandchildren of Wendy Darling (yes, that Wendy). And now Peter Pan wants to take them to Neverland for the adventure of their lives! But Clover is a little nervous—she’s supposed to look after her brother. Fergus is autistic, and not everyone makes him feel welcome. What will happen to him in this magical world?

      Fergus isn’t nervous at all. To him, Neverland seems like a dream come true! He’s tired of Clover’s constant mothering and wants some independence, like Peter and the Lost Boys have. He wonders, Why can’t the real world be more like Neverland?

      Neverland is fun and free, but it’s also dangerous and even scary at times. Unfamiliar creatures lurk in the shadows, and strange sounds come from the waters. And then the mermaids start to go missing….

      In an imaginative and thoughtful continuation of the story of Peter Pan, Susan Adrian explores Neverland with a fresh perspective and indelible warmth, offering a new adventure based on a beloved classic!


      Story Locale: London and Neverland
      Bio
      Susan Adrian is a fourth-generation Californian who somehow stumbled into living in Montana. By day she is a scientific editor, and by night she dreams up wild adventures that sometimes turn into books. She is the author of the holiday fantasy Nutcracked and two thrilling books for teens. When she’s not with her family, Susan keeps busy researching unusual facts, traveling, and writing more books. Follow her on Twitter @susanadrian and visit her on the web at susanadrian.net.

      Author Residence: Butte, MT

      Author Hometown: California
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        Author Website: www.susanadrian.net.

        Author Social Media: @susanadrian
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      "One of the best representations of autism in middle grade literature. A must purchase for all children who love magic and adventure, especially those who have longed to see someone like Fergus on the page." --Lizzie Huxley-Jones, editor of Stim

      "A magical ode to childhood that updates the classic while keeping its flavor."--Kirkus Reviews

      "A fresh and worthy Neverland update for today’s young readers." --Booklist Online

      "A wonderful story of sibling bonds and facing fears."--Sally J. Pla, award-winning author of The Someday Birds

      "[A] glowing new take on the realm of Peter Pan." --Mike Jung, author of Unidentified Suburban Object
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    Bye Bye Baby A Sad Story with a Happy Ending Allan Ahlberg, Janet Ahlberg
    9780241389478 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Family Age (years) from 3 - 5, Grade (US) to K On Sale Date: June 25, 2019
    $14.99 CAD 8.3 x 9 x 0.11 in | 32 pages Carton Quantity: 100 Canadian Rights: Y Puffin
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      This is a sad story- but it has a very happy ending.

      Once, there was a baby with no mummy- but he wanted a mummy very much. Deciding to take matters into his own hands, he set off to find one.

      Along the way he met lots of new friends, none of whom could be his mummy but wanted to help him find one.

      When they met a lady with a pram and no baby, the baby finally found his mummy- there was just one more thing he needed- a daddy!

      A beautiful story about finding your family, it can be used to talk about adoption, fostering and changing families. This Janet and Allan Ahlberg classic is a must for every bookshelf.

      Bio
      Allan Ahlberg, a former teacher, postman, plumber’s mate, and gravedigger, is in the super-league of children’s writers. He has published over 100 children’s books and, with his late wife, Janet, created such award winning picture books as Each Peach Pear Plum and The Jolly Postman—both winners of the Kate Greenaway Medal. He has also written prize-winning poetry and fiction. Ahlberg lives in Bath, England.

      Janet Ahlberg and her husband Allan created many acclaimed picture books from 1975 to 1994. She studied graphic design before becoming an illustrator. Each Peach Pear Plum and The Jolly Christmas Postman won Kate Greenaway Medals and Peepo! won Parents Magazine’s Best Books For Babies Award. Janet Ahlberg passed away in 1994.
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    • Awards & Reviews

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      Bye Bye Baby is wonderful - I haven't enjoyed a picture book so much for years.—The Independent

      Janet and Allan Ahlberg are to children's books what Ginger and Fred were to dancing: Bye Bye, Baby is surely destined [...] to become a classic.—The Guardian
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    When I Colored in the World Ahmadreza Ahmadi, Ehsan Abdollahi, Azita Rassi
    9781910328491 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes Age (years) from 4 - 7 On Sale Date: June 07, 2019
    $25.50 CAD 9.25 x 9.25 x 0.38 in | 32 pages Carton Quantity: 30 Canadian Rights: Y Tiny Owl Publishing
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      With a box of colored crayons and an eraser to rub things out, one child sets out to transform the world. By rubbing out ‘hunger’ and coloring in ‘wheat’, the world can be fed. By rubbing out ‘crying’ and coloring ‘laughter’, the world gets to sing, dance and be joyful. Told with poetic simplicity, this book shows how creative imagination – through the use of color and imagery – can change the world from bad to good. An unusual and deceptively simple picture book that imagines a world without discrimination, poverty or inequality.
      Bio
      Ahmadreza Ahmadi is one of the greatest Iranian contemporary poets. He has written numerous children’s stories, some of which have won major literary awards in Iran. In 2010 he was among the five shortlisted nominees for the Hans Christian Andersen award. His books for Tiny Owl also include Alive Again (2015). Ehsan Abdollahi is an illustrator and animator from Iran. He teaches at Tehran Art University. Ehsan is inspired by the environment and fabrics of South Iran (where he was born), and uses bold colours and rich patterns in his illustrations.
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      This is another simple and beautiful story where a child uses crayons to colour and change the world. Each page the child uses a colour to turn something negative in the world into something positive: yellow turns despair into hope; silver turns drought into rain; purple turns crying into laughter; light blue turns war into peace and so it goes on page after page. It is a message throughout that offers opportunities for discussion at each turn of the page with endless possibilities for children to use their own colours to create their own worlds of hope and a kinder place to be. This is definitely a book I would use for philosophical enquiry and to encourage creativity. - English Association An unusual and deceptively simple picture book that imagines a world without discrimination, poverty or inequality. Beautifully imagined illustrations and thoughtful text give glimpses into the life of other cultures and explore the fabulous colours of the Earth. - Book TrustThis is a story that is told with poetic simplicity, offering beautiful images but also raising questions to set thoughts going in readers' imaginations as a child uses an eraser and crayons to bring happier colours to the world, replacing bad with good. A wonderfully positive, life-affirming book which takes negative topics and turns them into positives. A great basis for discussion. - Parents in Touch A child sets about transforming the world with a simple box of crayons, an eraser . . . and a healthy dose of imagination and creativity. In a story that combines vibrant illustrations and simple poetic text, boredom becomes children playing under a blue sky; drought becomes big silver drops of rain and beautiful umbrellas; hunger is transformed into a lush green field of wheat. This is an uplifting book, full of hope, joy, beauty and peace. - Kids Book Review
      A lyrical exploration of the power of colors. When I Colored the World prompts readers to imagine that silver can make it rain, orange can turn winter to spring, and purple can transform tears into laughter. This brightly illustrated picture book will be a great conversation starter for kids of all ages.
      "I love this poetic book. It is thoughtful and inspiring. The illustrations are vibrant and colorful. They draw the reader into the story. "When I Colored in the World" provokes conversations about how we can change and make the world a better place. I highly recommend this book to readers of all ages." - Story Wraps Blog
      "A beautiful story with simple text, lots of colorful imagination, and a hopeful message to make the world a better place...A nice read aloud for a creative poetry and/or art lesson using colors to express emotions. Also good for a kindness/empathy/global citizen world peace collection."
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    Series: Lucy McGee
    Sing With Me, Lucy McGee Mary Amato, Jessica Meserve
    9780823438761 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes Age (years) from 7 - 10, Grade (US) from 2 - 5 On Sale Date: June 04, 2019
    $21.99 CAD 5.68 x 7.52 x 0.77 in | 176 pages Carton Quantity: 28 Canadian Rights: Y Holiday House
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      When a talent show brings out cutthroat tendencies in her classmates, aspiring singer, songwriter, and ukulele player Lucy has to fight for what’s fair and avoid falling for mean girl Scarlett’s ploys yet again in the second book in the generously illustrated Lucy McGee series.

      Feisty and gullible, Lucy McGee has a lot to learn, but she has a blast doing it in this fun-filled chapter book with over 100 illustrations. Lucy and Philip are fuming when they find out that Scarlet is trying to exclude them from the songwriting club’s ukulele and singing act at the talent show. Soon Lucy is in the doghouse again after her plan to get back at Scarlet backfires. So, Lucy calls a truce, but Scarlet only pretends to stop her antics. She locks Lucy and her friends in a janitor’s closet during the show. It’s up to Lucy to help the club members escape yet keep her own integrity. Characters dance across the pages in this heavily illustrated book. Backmatter includes lyrics to songs written by the kids of the songwriting group and ukulele chords to encourage readers to play along and improvise.
      Bio
      Mary Amato writes fiction for children, such as the hilarious Riot Brothers series, but she is also a singer-songwriter who performs in the Washington D.C. area. Her music can be heard on SoundCloud. In addition, she is a co-founder of Firefly Shadow Theater, a puppet company for which she writes and directs shows. Her novels have appeared on children’s choice state award lists around the country. She lives in Hyattsville, Maryland.

      Jessica Meserve has written and illustrated her own picture books, including Small Sister. She illustrated the Daisy Dawson series by Steve Voake as well as other books that have been published in the US and UK. She was born in Maine and lives in England.


      Author Residence: Hyattsville, MD

      Jessica Meserve has written and illustrated her own picture books, including Small Sister. She illustrated the Daisy Dawson series by Steve Voake as well as other books that have been published in the US and UK. She was born in Maine and lives in England.
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        Marketing: ONLINE & SOCIAL MEDIA

        Extensive Social Media Campaign with Promotions, including Skype visit with Mary Amato and Ukulele/Book Giveaways

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        ARC and Character Button Distribution at Conferences and Trade Shows

        Die-Cut Full-Color Character Bookmark in Children’s ABA White Box Mailing

        Trade Advertising

        Librarian & Educator Outreach

        Lucy McGee Discussion Guide Promoting Series

        Feature on HolidayHouse.com



        Publicity: PUBLICITY & AUTHOR EVENTS

        Prepublication Buzz Campaign

        National Review Coverage

        Regional Author Tour including Pitch for Library Conferences—Texas and the Southwest

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    Series: The Queen Collection
    The Queen's Lift-Off Steve Antony
    9781444934229 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Royalty Grade (US) from P - P, Reading age from 0 - 3 On Sale Date: July 09, 2019
    $11.99 CAD 10.25 x 10.5 x 0.5 in | 32 pages Carton Quantity: 70 Canadian Rights: Y Hachette Children's
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      Follow the Queen and her loyal astronauts on a lightning tour through space in this hilarious picture book story.

      The Queen's off to space! Travelling at the speed of light, she goes where no man (or Queen) has gone before. From the Moon to Mars, via Mercury. No planet is left unexplored. But will she be back in time for tea?

      Praise for The Queen's Hat, Winner of the Evening Standard Oscar's Book Prize:
      "Hard to beat." The Times
      "A wonderful romp of a read." The Sun
      "Deserves to become a classic." Parents in Touch

      Steve Antony is a Waterstones Prize shortlisted author, a Kate Greenaway Medal nominee and the creator of the much-loved Mr Panda books.

      Collect all four books in The Queen Collection series: (each with a shiny foil cover!)
      The Queen's Hat - Winner of the Evening Standard Oscar's Book Prize
      The Queen's Handbag
      The Queen's Present
      The Queen's Lift-Off

      Bio
      Steve Antony is an award-winning, bestselling children's book writer and illustrator based in Swindon in the UK. His 2014 debut, The Queen's Hat, won the Oscar's First Book Prize, was nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal and shortlisted for a clutch of awards, including the Waterstones Children's Book Prize. Steve's other books include Please Mr Panda, which was a London Times Pick of the Week, a Barnes & Noble Book of the Month and was simultaneously read in 645 Barnes & Noble stores across the United States.
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      The joy of this books is in the detail... each stylish spread contains lots to look and laugh at. Beautifully depicts our traditions and our relationship with the Royal Family... brilliant.—Rhino Reads
      This has become a wonderful series - so clever, yet so simple and very funny... A wonderful book, full of humour and such fun to read and to share—Parents In Touch
      The Queen's Present is a delightful addition to The Queen Collection, and a suitably warm and fun Christmas read—My Book Corner
      A witty and stylish celebration of the Queen and the world's best known landmarks—Chronicle Live.co.uk
      A treat for winter reading—The Bookbag
      A red and green triumph by Steve Antony...Full of elves, reindeer and quirky details to spot The Queen's Present is a welcome and worthy addition to this picture book series.—The Scotsman
      A magical tour of the world's most famous landmarks—Eastern Daily Press
      A festive tale about the Queen's quest to find the perfect presents for her great-grandchildren. Stunning to look at and lots of fun—Scottish Daily Express
      A certain future classic, and without a doubt my absolute new favourite picture book.—LiteraryLoves
      An awesome adventure. A wonderful romp of a read that's a great introduction to London, royalty and all that makes Britain great.—The Sun
      All carefully drawn in a muted palate of festive red, green and white, the illustrations are mind-boggling -- rows upon rows of tiny green elves line the Sydney Opera House -- and the ending is a timely reminder that love, not consumerism, is the true meaning of Christmas—Belfast Telegraph
      I absolutely adored this book... perfectly executed with style and grace... captures London perfectly. This is a story for all generations and a brilliant, British book to boot. It's almost beyond words... every British household needs a copy, whether or not you're George's, William's or Charles's generation. * * * * *—Bookbag
      Hilarious... chuckles aplenty with every turn of the page... wonderful illustrations... if this debut is anything to go by, Steve Antony's creative talent is one to follow with interest. * * * *—Books for Keeps
      As in the book's predecessors, The Queen's Hat and The Queen's Handbag, her majesty is followed by an entourage of tiny loyal subjects, this time green-clad elves, creating a visually striking picture book using only the red and green colours of Christmas—Evening Echo (Cork)
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    Ghost Cat Kevan Atteberry
    9780823442836 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Animals Age (years) from 3 - 6, Grade (US) to K On Sale Date: June 11, 2019
    $24.99 CAD 11.27 x 8.24 x 0.35 in | 32 pages Carton Quantity: 30 Canadian Rights: Y Neal Porter Books
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      There is a ghost in my house. I’ve only seen it out of the corner of my eye, but I think it is a cat, says a little boy in this comforting tale of love and loss.

      There’s something oddly familiar about this ghost cat—it does lots of things that remind the boy of the cat he used to have. The boy’s not sure why the ghost cat never stays for more than a few moments, or why the ghost cat has visited him in the first place. He follows the ghost cat all over his house, until finally it leads him to something new and wonderful.

      Bestselling author/illustrator Kevan Atteberry’s artwork and story strike a perfect balance of evocative and haunting, as well as warm and hugely comforting to anyone struggling to cope with a loss.

      With a few carefully chosen words and simple, expressive illustrations, Ghost Cat captures both the poignancy of losing a pet and the importance of moving on without erasing or forgetting what came before.
      Bio
      Kevan Atteberry is a commercial illustrator who has written and/or illustrated several bestselling books for children, including Puddles!!!, Bunnies!!!, Tickle Monster, and Boogie Monster. He lives in the Seattle area.

      Author Residence: Seattle, WA
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        Marketing: Invite author to ALA Midwinter Conference in Seattle (January)

        Trade advertising with link to interior spreads

        Facebook advertising

        Social Media Campaign with animated GIF

        Educator’s Guide also available for fall educator nights

        E-blast to school counselors with link to guide

        Feature title at ALA Midwinter, TLA, ALA Annual

        ALIST mailing to top 400 librarians, educators, media nationwide

        Feature on HolidayHouse.com and in e-newsletter to 19K subscribers



        Publicity: National Review Coverage with focus on parenting magazines

        Select author appearances with focus on Pacific Northwest events and schools

        Pitch for PNBA fall regional

        Parent/mommy blogger outreach

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      * "Digital illustrations in vignettes, single and double spreads offer mainly golden backgrounds with the pale blue cat surrounded by a misty white aura and the young tan-skinned child looking a bit bewildered as he attempts to catch glimpses of his lost pet. . . . Though the youngster misses his pet, the story is not sad and could be helpful for parents discussing the loss of a pet with a child."—Booklist, Starred Review

      "Losing a pet is always difficult; finding a new one isn't the solution for everyone, but in this case, it's a decidedly happy development."—Kirkus Reviews

      "The drawings are reassuring and cozy and the ghost cat is never spooky, instead depicted as a hopeful memory of the boy’s missing pet, up to its old antics once again. This story gives parents and caregivers an excellent framework to discuss loss and grief with young children." —School Library Journal


      "In a comforting story of memory, longing, and hope, a boy is convinced that his home is being occupied by a ghost. . . . The heart, it seems, has room for everyone we’ve ever loved."—Publishers Weekly

      "Atteberry keeps the spreads unfussy—the focus is always on the boy and the cat—in this tender and restrained story . . . Even the palette is spare: the cool blues of both the boy's shirt and his cat (outlined in white) stand out atop an orangey rust color that dominates most illustrations. There is subtle humor in the creature's ability, despite being a ghost, to knock items off furniture, as well as a spread showing the ghost cat taunting a petrified fish in a tank."The Horn Book

      "On every page, Atteberry poignantly recognizes a child's deep sense of loss. The boy has toys, books, music, a comical pet fish, yet Atteberry never shows more than wide-open eyes and a little nubby nose on his face, seemingly suggesting dampened reactions: the child still mourns. The first smile appears only in a photo from the past--and doesn't return until book's end, when the opening 'There is a ghost in my house' gets revised to 'There is a ghost in our house.' A beloved pet never truly disappears, but joy with a new pet is possible, too."—Shelf Awareness
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    9781338588989 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Animals Age (years) from 3 - 5, Grade (US) from P - K On Sale Date: June 25, 2019
    $8.99 CAD 9.03 x 9.05 x 0.08 in | 24 pages Carton Quantity: 160 Canadian Rights: Y Cartwheel Books
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      Description

      Sing and dance along with Baby Shark as he gets ready for bed in this playful song and story -- the follow-up to the bestselling picture book!

      How does Baby Shark get ready for bed?

      Brush your teeth! Doo doo doo doo doo doo!
      Take a bath! Doo doo doo doo doo doo!
      Read a book! Doo doo doo doo doo doo!
      Off to sleep!


      Sing, dance, and read along to this brand-new bedtime song, featuring Baby Shark, Mama Shark, Daddy Shark, and more underwater friends. Kids and caregivers alike will delight in this silly illustrated story of a shark family's bedtime routine, full of funny, eye-popping illustrations and a catchy tune you won't be able to stop singing. Also features helpful picture guides so readers can dance along, act out the hand and foot movements, and develop their fine motor skills. By the end of the story, little ones will be laughing, singing, and dancing their way off to sleep with this charming and catchy read-aloud!

      Are you ready to help Baby Shark get ready for bedtime?

      Bio

      John John Bajet is a designer, animator, and illustrator of children's books. You can visit him at www.johnbajet.com.

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    Series: Chase
    Escape Linwood Barclay Canada
    9780143198802 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Action & Adventure Age (years) from 8 - 12, Grade (US) from 3 - 7 On Sale Date: June 11, 2019
    $12.99 CAD 5.45 x 8.26 x 0.68 in | 256 pages Carton Quantity: 24 Canadian Rights: Y Puffin Canada
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      Description
      The Incredible Journey meets Gordon Korman’s On the Run. The adventure continues in Linwood Barclay’s follow-up novel to Chase!

      Twelve-year-old Jeff and genetically engineered spy dog Chipper are on the run from the mysterious and sinister organization known only as The Institute, with help from Harry, the summer guest at Jeff’s aunt’s fishing cabins. Due to a combination of bravery, luck and some of Chipper’s more useful modifications, they’ve managed to evade their pursuers so far. But The Institute is closing in and Chipper and Jeff will have to keep one step ahead if they want to stay alive…. Harry seems to have a plan to keep them hidden, but now even he seems to be acting suspiciously. Can Jeff and Chipper trust him?

      Danger, secrets and thrilling suspense collide in Linwood Barclay’s action-packed series for children.


      Series Overview: This series follows Chipper, a genetically engineered spy dog, and his friend Jeff, as they try to escape from a sinister organization known only as The Institute.
      Bio
      LINWOOD BARCLAY is the New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of sixteen critically acclaimed novels, including The Twenty-Three, Far From True and Broken Promise. His novel Never Saw It Coming has been made into a film, and The Accident has been turned into a TV series in France. Fear the Worst was shortlisted for the OLA White Pine Award. Escape is the follow-up to Chase, his first middle-grade novel.

      Author Residence: Oakville, Ontario
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      Awards
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      PRAISE FOR Chase:

      “4/4…The action in Chase begins on the first page and doesn’t let up in this new thriller from Linwood Barclay… Highly recommended.”—CM Magazine

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