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Emma and Julia Love Ballet

Barbara McClintock

Emma is little. Julia is big. They both love ballet. Emma takes ballet lessons. So does Julia. Emma is learning to be a ballerina. Julia is a professional ballerina. They are both excited about the big performance in the theater tonight. Emma will be watching from the audience. Julia will be dancing onstage! And afterward, Emma will go backstage to meet her ballet hero! Ages 4 to 8.

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How Do Dinosaurs Stay Friends?

Jane Yolen

The dinosaurs are back and ready to teach little ones (and big ones) how to make friends and stay friends. From early childhood to life after eighty, the great challenge of any friendship is keeping it healthy and strong. Join the naughty dinosaur antics as they outline the do's and the don'ts of staying friends even after having a terrible fight. Ages 3 to 5.

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The Key to Extraordinary

Natalie Lloyd

Twelve-year old orphan Emma Casey lives by a haunted graveyard in her Tennessee town, giving cemetery tours, and helping her brother and Granny Blue with the family bakery - all while waiting for her destiny-revealing dream to manifest itself and enable her to talk to her mother's spirit. But, when it comes, it only shows her a key that points toward the impossible task of finding a legendary treasure hidden in the cemetery. Can she solve the mystery in time to prove her destiny...and say a final farewell to the mother who was taken from her too soon? Ages 8 to 12.

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