Family and Friends
The friendship between companions of different sizes and ideas survives imaginative exploits in three short stories.
When their parents divorce, the seven bandit children must adjust to new members in the family.
Frustrated with your family? Thinking of running away? Here are step-by-step instructions, including reasons to come back home.
Annie's family can't remember a single thing until she has a sudden revelation.
In this nearly wordless story, blue and gray images depict the friendship between a boy and a bird and show the power of the relationship in the face of bullying.
The second in a series, this early chapter book is about the relationship between a girl, her horse, and her neighbor.
A boy yearns for a tree house and the companionship of his older brother.
The anguish caused by a suddenly absent parent, expressed in a child's voice, evolves from despair into a powerful declaration of hope.
How does Theo identify his own mood? He has a new baby sister and is feeling confused. Will his classmates help?
While Tory, a foster child, is at a temporary placement, she and a pony that is no longer of use to his family bond. Will they be separated.
Silent nine-year-old Phillip moves next door with his aunt and uncle. It takes the warmth of Zoe's family and a dog who loves him to get him talking.
From weedy field to family home, this is a compelling look at the how-to's of construction and the experiences that bind a family.