Describes similarities and differences between dragons in stories from different parts of the world, such as China and Europe, discussing physical characteristics and behavior; and examines popular tales of dragons.
What would it be like to be the President of the United States? First person text and fanciful illustrations provide young readers with delightful, imagination-inspiring details of what it's like to be President of the United States.
Gary eagerly becomes a pirate, only to learn that raising sails, using a crows nest, and even finding a good meal aboard ship are a real challenge for a stegosaurus. Includes discussion question and dinosaur facts.
Describes trolls featured in stories from different places, such as Norway and Sweden, discussing typical physical characteristics, homes, and behavior; and examines popular tales of trolls as well as statues of the fictional creatures.
"The great hunter Orion and Diana are in love. But Diana's brother, Apollo, is not happy about it. Will Apollo's evil plot to get rid of Orion work, or will Diana be able to save her beloved hunter?"--P.  of cover.
"Cassiopeia, Queen of Ethiopia, often boasts about her own beauty. When Jupiter finds out that Cassiopeia thinks she's more beautiful than the sea nymphs, he's furious. Will Cassiopeia's words cause her kingdom to fall?"--P.  of cover.
A quiet night shift in a Galveston, Texas discount store turns spooky when Sara Leung spots ghostly children playing in the aisles of the store. What do the children need? And are they stuck in the store forever?