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Dona Flor: A Tall Tale About a Giant Woman with a Great Big Heart

Doña Flor is a giant lady who lives in a tiny village in the American Southwest. Popular with her neighbors, she lets the children use her flowers as trumpets and her leftover tortillas as rafts. Flor loves to read, too, and she can often be found reading aloud to the children.

One day, all the villagers hear a terrifying noise: it sounds like a huge animal bellowing just outside their village. Everyone is afraid, but not Flor. She wants to protect her beloved neighbors, so with the help of her animal friends, she sets off for the highest mesa to find the creature. Soon enough, though, the joke is on Flor and her friends, who come to rescue her, as she discovers the small secret behind that great big noise.

The creators of Tomás and the Library Lady, Pat Mora and Raul Colón, have once again joined together. This time they present a heartwarming and humorous original tall tale—peppered with Spanish words and phrases—about a giant lady with a great big heart.

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The Wizard of Oz/El mago de oz: Bilingual Fairy Tales (Level 4) (Read It Yourself With Ladybird: Level 4) (Spanish Edition)

Léelo tú mismo/Read it yourself es una serie de cuentos clásicos, tradicionales, escritos en una forma sencilla para dar a los niños un comienzo seguro y exitoso en la lectura. Cada libro está cuidadosamente estructurado para incluir muchas palabras de alta frecuencia que son vitales para la primera lectura. Las oraciones en cada página se apoyan muy de cerca por imágenes para ayudar con la lectura y para ofrecer todos los detalles para conversar.

Los libros se clasifican en cuatro niveles que introducen progresivamente más amplio vocabulario y más historias a medida que la capacidad del lector crece.

Léelo tú mismo/Read it yourself is a series of classic, traditional tales, written in a simple way to give children a confident and successful start to reading. Each book is carefully structured to include many high-frequency words that are vital for first reading. The sentences on each page are supported closely by pictures to help with reading, and to offer lively details to talk about.

The books are graded into four levels that progressively introduce wider vocabulary and longer stories as a reader’s ability grows.

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NCAA Texas Longhorns Men’s Legend T-Shirt, Medium, Charcoal

THIS SHORT SLEEVE TRIBLEND TEE OFFERS AN OLD SCHOOL LOOK WITH SOFT FABRIC AND DISTRESSED PRINT.

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Texas: A Historical Atlas

For twenty years the Historical Atlas of Texas stood as a trusted resource for students and aficionados of the state. Now this key reference has been thoroughly updated and expanded–and even rechristened. Texas: A Historical Atlas more accurately reflects the Lone Star State at the dawn of the twenty-first century. Its 86 entries feature 175 newly designed maps–more than twice the number in the original volume–illustrating the most significant aspects of the state’s history, geography, and current affairs.

The heart of the book is its wealth of historical information. Sections de-voted to indigenous peoples of Texas and its exploration and settlement offer more than 45 entries with visual depictions of everything from the routes of Spanish explorers to empresario grants to cattle trails. In another 31 articles, coverage of modern and contemporary Texas takes in hurricanes and highways, power plants and population trends.

Practically everything about this atlas is new. All of the essays have been updated to reflect recent scholarship, while more than 30 appear for the first time, addressing such subjects as the Texas Declaration of Independence, early roads, slavery, the Civil War and Reconstruction, Texas-Oklahoma boundary disputes, and the tideland oil controversy. A dozen new entries for “Contemporary Texas” alone chart aspects of industry, agriculture, and minority demographics. Nearly all of the expanded essays are accompanied by multiple maps–every one in full color.

The most comprehensive, state-of-the-art work of its kind, Texas: A Historical Atlas is more than just a reference. It is a striking visual introduction to the Lone Star State.

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Lalaloopsy Doll – Feather Tell-A-Tale

Lalaloopsy Doll- Feather Tell-A-Tale

  • Articulated head, arms, and legs
  • Shoes and clothes can be removed for fashion play
  • Totally collectable
  • Includes adorable pet


Recommended Ages:4 – 15

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  • Articulated head, arms, and legs
  • Shoes and clothes can be removed for fashion play
  • Totally collectable
  • Includes adorable pet

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Moses: The Desert Years, Journey to the Promised Land

This is the story of Moses in his years as a prophet, leader, author and law-giver, with reference to the King James Holy Bible, 1611.

The Torah contains the Five Books of Moses, and this book serves to share the significant facts from the Book of Exodus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.

In this book you will learn:

- Where was the location of the Red Sea crossing?

- How did the Israelites survive in the desert for 40 years?

- Why were 3000 men murdered at Mount Sinai?

- Why did God ask Moses to build a Tabernacle?

- How did the Israelites navigate through the desert?

- What did manna taste like?

- Why did the Israelites die on the border of Canaan?

- Why was Moses denied access into the Promised Land?

- Who was allowed to enter into Canaan?

- Were there Giants inhabiting the land of Canaan?

- Where is Moses buried today?

You will be able to answer these questions after reading through this concise book.

Perhaps this book will refresh your memory or perhaps this will be the first time that you familiarize yourself with the story of Moses through the desert; May your life be blessed in even the smallest way!

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Moses: The Great Escape

Moses was a prince, shepherd, author, religious leader, prophet and law-giver in his time, which we are able to read about in his best-selling book, the Torah.

In this book you will learn:

- How did Moses become an Egyptian prince?

- Why did Moses become a shepherd in Saudi Arabia?

- Why did God appear to Moses as a burning bush?

- Which three miracles did Moses personally witness?

- What was the meaning of the ten plagues?

- How did Moses convince Pharaoh to let the Israelites go?

- Did the Pharaoh know that they would flee forever?

- Did Aaron perform miracles and speak God’s Word in Egypt?

This book is intended for beginners, but has a number of interesting facts for those who are familiar with the story of Moses. May your life be blessed in even the smallest way!

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Lyndon B. Johnson: The American Presidents Series: The 36th President, 1963-1969

The towering figure who sought to transform America into a “Great Society” but whose ambitions and presidency collapsed in the tragedy of the Vietnam War

Few figures in American history are as compelling and complex as Lyndon Baines Johnson, who established himself as the master of the U.S. Senate in the 1950s and succeeded John F. Kennedy in the White House after Kennedy’s assassination on November 22, 1963.

Charles Peters, a keen observer of Washington politics for more than five decades, tells the story of Johnson’s presidency as the tale of an immensely talented politician driven by ambition and desire. As part of the Kennedy-Johnson administration from 1961 to 1968, Peters knew key players, including Johnson’s aides, giving him inside knowledge of the legislative wizardry that led to historic triumphs like the Voting Rights Act and the personal insecurities that led to the tragedy of Vietnam.

Peters’s experiences have given him unique insight into the poisonous rivalry between Johnson and Robert F. Kennedy, showing how their misunderstanding of each other exacerbated Johnson’s self-doubt and led him into the morass of Vietnam, which crippled his presidency and finally drove this larger-than-life man from the office that was his lifelong ambition.


The towering figure who sought to transform America into a “Great Society” but whose ambitions and presidency collapsed in the tragedy of the Vietnam War

Few figures in American history are as compelling and complex as Lyndon Baines Johnson, who established himself as the master of the U.S. Senate in the 1950s and succeeded John F. Kennedy in the White House after Kennedy’s assassination on November 22, 1963.

Charles Peters, a keen observer of Washington politics for more than five decades, tells the story of Johnson’s presidency as the tale of an immensely talented politician driven by ambition and desire. As part of the Kennedy-Johnson administration from 1961 to 1968, Peters knew key players, including Johnson’s aides, giving him inside knowledge of the legislative wizardry that led to historic triumphs like the Voting Rights Act and the personal insecurities that led to the tragedy of Vietnam.

Peters’s experiences have given him unique insight into the poisonous rivalry between Johnson and Robert F. Kennedy, showing how their misunderstanding of each other exacerbated Johnson’s self-doubt and led him into the morass of Vietnam, which crippled his presidency and finally drove this larger-than-life man from the office that was his lifelong ambition.

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Spiro Agnew and Lyndon Johnson Watch the Apollo 11 Liftoff

Vice President Spiro Agnew and former President Lyndon B. Johnson view the liftoff of Apollo 11 from pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center at 9:32 am EDT on July 16, 1969.

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