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The Government Manual for New Superheroes

Matthew David Brozik, Jacob Sager Weinstein - Humor - 2009 - 160 pages
The government provides manuals for new home-owners and new motor vehicle operators, but what's a new superhero to do? Ka-POW! The Government Manual for New Superheroes rushes ...
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How Not to Kill Your Baby

Jacob Sager Weinstein - Family & Relationships - 2012 - 126 pages
A parody of fear-mongering child rearing manuals counsels parents on meticulously tracking a baby's bowel movements to prove U.S. citizenship, interrogating nursery school ...
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Hyacinth and the Secrets Beneath

Jacob Sager Weinstein - Juvenile Fiction - 2017 - 304 pages
For fans of the Mapmakers trilogy and anyone who likes a little history along with their fantasy, here’s a quirky new series! Magic is real. History is a big, fat lie. Before ...
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Hyacinth and the Stone Thief

Jacob Sager Weinstein - Juvenile Fiction - 2018 - 320 pages
The hilarious second book in a middle-grade fantasy trilogy about the magical rivers that run through the sewers of London and shape history in ways you'd never learn in school ...
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Bizaro Buccaneers: Nuttin' But Pirate Cartoons

Dan Piraro - Humor - 2008 - 80 pages
Dan Piraro is a "triple-threat funnyman-in print, on stage, off stage." --Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bizarro has been voted Best Single-Panel Cartoon by the National ...
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What Kids Do

Mary Engelbreit - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2003 - 64 pages
What Kids Do by Mary Engelbreit is a joyously simple celebration-through art and poignant words-of the endless little ways that children bring warmth into our hearts and light ...
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Home Is Where the Heart Is

Jan Miller Girando - Art - 1996 - 32 pages
Text exploring the possiblities and joys of a home accompanies illustrations depicting the pleasures to be found there
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The Terrific Number 2

Kitty Higgins - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1997 - 32 pages
No one loves a birthday more than a child. In fact, most children are so eager to reach their next age milestone, they want everyone to know how incredibly close they are to ...
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