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Mighty Dads

Author : Joan Holub
ISBN : 9780545612913
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A new constructacular picture book from the New York Times bestselling creator of Pete the Cat, James Dean and bestselling author, Joan Holub. Mighty dads, strong and tall, help their children, young and small. They keep them safe and bolted tight and show them how to build things right. Inventively told through James Dean's colorful construction vehicle characters, MIGHTY DADS is an adoring dedication to hardworking fathers and the subtle ways they teach their boys and girls to follow in their tracks. The Dump Trucks learn to get dirty. Crane keeps his little one safe from harm. The busy Cement Mixer gives his daughter a hug. The Forklift cheers his son on. A surprising and touching view of a father's love for his children, MIGHTY DADS is the perfect way to say: I'm proud of you!

Dads Are Mighty Dads Are Strong

Author : Mt. Hamilton
ISBN : 0692900683
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This is a story simple and true. A tale to dads but written just for you.

A To Zoo Subject Access To Children S Picture Books 10th Edition

Author : Rebecca L. Thomas
ISBN : 9781440834356
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. • Offers easy subject access to children's picture books • Features a user-friendly organization • Provides in-depth indexing and full bibliographic detail

Environment And Planning

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ISBN : UCSC:32106018902335
Genre : Social sciences
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Adventures Of Butch And Mighty Rusty

Author : Roger Alan Worley
ISBN : 9781633826441
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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"A young boy rescues a remarkable animal. This unique animal appears as an ordinary dog, but has extraordinary abilities. In time, the dog is kidnapped and taken to the "Outer Shell World"; an exceptional place beyond any normality. The boy, Butch, goes on a wild adventure in search of his dog. With the help of a new friend, he is introduced to a secret agency for finding lost pets. Butch is fascinated by this unique group, and performs some tough tests to become a member. By utilizing many survival gadgets and learning from past experiences, the agency strives to reunite Butch and his mighty dog, Rusty."

The Mighty Mccords

Author : Kenneth E. Morris
ISBN : 9780741432605
Genre : Fiction
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The Mighty McCords is a story of a father and son, both orphaned at an early age. Throughout their journey in life, they learn how to survive, live and love.

Little Locke And The Mighty Indians Of 1975

Author : Steven P. Locke
ISBN : 1475943474
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When author Steven P. Locke was a twelve-year-old boy growing up in Canal Winchester, Ohio, he witnessed something extraordinarya championship football season, coached by his father Mike, that for a brief moment captivated a small Ohio town. A combination memoir and sports history, Little Locke and the Mighty Indians of 1975 chronicles the high school football teams winning year from the perspective of the coachs son. It paints a portrait of the town and its people as it was at the timethe way people lived, the music they listened to, the television shows they watched, their politics, and the mores of the time. It also focuses on the ten-game seasonhow football was practiced and played, the grueling nature of two-a- days, his fathers coaching style, the growing attention paid to the team as each victory led to more pressure to succeed the following week, and the town that followed and cheered them on in summer heat, driving rain, bitter cold, and disappointment. A snapshot of a town, its people, and their way of life in the second half of the twentieth century, Little Locke and the Mighty Indians of 1975 provides a firsthand look into the sense of wonderment and excitement of the experience from the eyes of a twelve-year-old boy

The Mighty Quinn

Author : Robyn Parnell
ISBN : 9781938063114
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Quinn Andrews-Lee feels anything but mighty, and faces a dismal school year. His little sister outshines him athletically and socially, he yearns for a service award his peers disdain, and charismatic bigot Matt Barker's goal in life is to torment Quinn and lure his friends to the dark side. When Quinn reports an act of vandalism, he is accused of injuring Matt. Neally Standwell, a free-spirited new kid in Quinn's class, helps Quinn deduce who hurt Matt, but Matt would probably die—and would definitely lie—before admitting the truth. Through events comical and poignant Quinn and Neally solve the right mystery just as everything seems to go wrong, thwart a bully without becoming one in turn, and realize that the fabled ability to belch the entire alphabet might very possibly trump any award ever presented at Turner Creek School. Book comes complete with discussion questions and activities.

I Love You Dad

Author : Iris Hiskey
ISBN : 0816745269
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Different children spend time with their fathers, playing, cooking, pretending, and having a wonderful time.

Twelve Mighty Orphans

Author : Jim Dent
ISBN : 9781429919340
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Jim Dent, author of the New York Times bestselling The Junction Boys, returns with his most powerful story of human courage and determination. More than a century ago, a school was constructed in Fort Worth, Texas, for the purpose of housing and educating the orphans of Texas Freemasons. It was a humble project that for years existed quietly on a hillside east of town. Life at the Masonic Home was about to change, though, with the arrival of a lean, bespectacled coach by the name of Rusty Russell. Here was a man who could bring rain in the midst of a drought. Here was a man who, in virtually no time at all, brought the orphans' story into the homes of millions of Americans. In the 1930s and 1940s, there was nothing bigger in Texas high school football than the Masonic Home Mighty Mites—a group of orphans bound together by hardship and death. These youngsters, in spite of being outweighed by at least thirty pounds per man, were the toughest football team around. They began with nothing—not even a football—yet in a few years were playing for the state championship on the highest level of Texas football. This is a winning tribute to a courageous band of underdogs from a time when America desperately needed fresh hope and big dreams. The Mighty Mites remain a notable moment in the long history of American sports. Just as significant is the depth of the inspirational message. This is a profound lesson in fighting back and clinging to faith. The real winners in Texas high school football were not the kids from the biggest schools, or the ones wearing the most expensive uniforms. They were the scrawny kids from a tiny orphanage who wore scarred helmets and faded jerseys that did not match, kids coached by a devoted man who lived on peanuts and drove them around in a smoke-belching old truck. In writing a story of unforgettable characters and great football, Jim Dent has come forward to reclaim his place as one of the top sports authors in America today. A remarkable and inspirational story of an orphanage and the man who created one of the greatest football teams Texas has ever known . . . this is their story—the original Friday Night Lights. "This just might be the best sports book ever written. Jim Dent has crafted a story that will go down as one of the most artistic, one of the most unforgettable, and one of the most inspirational ever. Twelve Mighty Orphans will challenge Hoosiers as the feel-good sports story of our lifetime. Naturally, being from Texas, I am biased. Hooray for the Mighty Mites.'' —Verne Lundquist, CBS Sports "Coach Rusty Russell and the Mighty Mites will steal your heart as they overcome every obstacle imaginable to become a respected football team. Take an orphanage, the Depression, and mix it with Texas high school football, and Jim Dent has authored another winner, this one about the ultimate underdog.'' —Brent Musburger, ABC Sports/ESPN "No state has a roll call of legendary high school football stories like we do in Texas, and, admittedly, some of those stories have been ‘expanded' over the years when it comes to the truth. But let Jim Dent tell you about the Mighty Mites of Masonic Home, the pride of Fort Worth in the dark days of the Depression. Read this book. You will think it's fiction. You will think it's a Hollywood script. But Twelve Mighty Orphans is the truth, and nothing but. It is powerful stuff. Some eighty years later, the Mighty Mites' story remains so sacred, not even a Texan would dare tamper with these facts. And Jim Dent tells it like it was." — Randy Galloway, columnist, Fort-Worth Star Telegram

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