Years Happy Ending
POOKIE'S UPSET AND POOKIE'S MOM cannot figure out why. And Pookie isn't helping, either. This familiar scenario is told with Sandra Boynton's signature humor, in both story and art. Caregivers and young children will laugh their way out of their sorrow as Mom and Pookie work things out. Never fear, a happy ending is on the way! Perfect for toddlers having a meltdown, or anyone in a plain old badmood, this book will come to the rescue for kids and adults for years to come.
BOB Books Happy Hats Beginning Reading Game: Children explore letter names and letter sounds as they create simple words to help pave the path to reading successAlong the way, children collect "Happy Hats" for every word that they createGame play encourages the use of social skills, literacy and simple countingReading is fundamental, Happy Hats makes it funBOB Books has been helping children to read for over 35 years and has sold millions of sets of booksCreated by a teacher and built through word of mouth, over 5 million sets have been soldContents include: game board, 44 hat tokens, 4 characters and stands, 40 word ending cards, spinner, instructions (word list included)
A delicious novel about the power of love-and dessert-by the national bestselling author. Betty Mueller believed she did right by secretly ending her daughter Julie's relationship with Michael Slayton, a wild, older neighborhood heartthrob. Twenty years later, Betty has come to realize her mistake. Workaholic Julie is now the single mom of a teenager-and Michael, the one man who could make her happy, has been out of her life for the past two decades.
American teenager Floyd longs for a movie life of fast action, fiery romance, and happy endings. But two years in a South African high school have played more like a straight-to-video dud than a cinema classic. His so-called friends have turned on him. He
After twenty years of living with terminal illness, Zoe FitzGerald Carter's mother decided to end her life-and asked her three daughters for their assistance. For months, the decision dragged on as her mother changed her methods and schedule, and the negotiations stirred up old memories, sibling rivalries, and questions about family loyalty. Eventually, there was compromise and courage, and Zoe's mother had her happy-if imperfect-ending.