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Believe me, Goldilocks rocks! : the story of the three bears as told by Baby Bear —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

Baby Bear, who wants to be called Sam, tells the true story of what happened when he and his parents went for a walk while their porridge cooled.

The boy who cried wolf, narrated by the sheepish but truthful wolf —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

In this humorous retelling of the classic fable, Whisper the wolf explains that the shepherd boy was not lying about there being a wolf among the sheep, he just misunderstood the situation, because Whisper was just visit...

Writer's toolbox : learn how to write letter, fairy tales, scary stories, journals, poems, reports —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

Presents advice to help young readers compose their own fairy tales, personal and business letters, scary stories, poems, personal journals, and research papers.

A thank you walk : a story about gratitude —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

Duke's tail wag-wag-wags. 'He's telling us thank you for walking him,' says Mummy. Did you know that children as young as one or two are capable of complex feelings? A Thank You Walk helps develop gratitude in children, ...

The lion and the mouse, narrated by the timid but truthful mouse —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

In this humorous retelling of the classic fable told by a mouse, Catnip is the bold mouse who is caught by the lion (she really should not have tried to jump over him)--but it is her timid twin sister Bitsy who finds the...

The ants and the grasshopper, narrated by the fanciful but truthful grasshopper —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

In this humorous retelling of the classic fable, Harper the grasshopper is rescued from starvation by an ant, Lark, who wants to learn how to play the fiddle--and soon many of the other insects (including more ants) in t...

The tortoise and the hare, narrated by the silly but truthful tortoise —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

In this humorous retelling of the classic fable, the tortoise, Balderdash, describes how his race with Jiffy the Hare (who was actually pretty slow for a hare), launched his career as a comedian.

Listen, my bridge is so cool! : the story of the three billy goats Gruff as told by the troll —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

In this humorous adaptation of the tale, Arty the troll is really a poetry-loving, non-aggressive guy who is being pressured by the Troll Patrol to act more troll-like or lose his rights to the bridge--so he makes a deal...

For real, I paraded in my underpants! : the story of the emperor's new clothes as told by the emperor —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

In this humorous adaptation of the tale, Emperor Twill, ruler of the kingdom Pardonia, explains why parading in his underwear was really a clever plan on his part to find the one person in the kingdom who would give him ...

Cyclops tells all : the way eye see it —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

"Introduces the concept of point of view through the Cyclops Polyphemus' retelling of the classic Greek myth 'Odysseus'"-- Provided by publisher.

Siblings, curfews, and how to deal : questions and answers about family life —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

"Provides tween-girl-specific information about family life in a question-answer format"-- Provided by publisher.

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