A raccoon and skunk pass other nocturnal animals as they head to a corn field to forage for food until a surprise causes them to scurry home.32 pp.
In this fourth and final book in the acclaimed Visitors series, the beloved family of bears enjoys another round of adventures as they experience a New England autumn, from riding the Merry-Go-Round at the fair to trick-or-treating to rejoicing with a lovely Thanksgiving feast.32 pp.
In this lyrical retelling of an Inuit folktale, a lonely old woman adopts a polar bear cub with no mother of his own. Luminous artwork celebrates the radiant snow lands of the north and the warmth of the relationship between a human being and a wild animal.36 pp.
Mr. Pottle, who oversees the town dump, cannot bear to destroy books, so he recycles them for the community to enjoy.32 pp.
Lucy wants an adventure. Dee just wants to find his missing parents. When they chance upon a hidden road and the lord of stone offers them a quest, the opportunity for both arises. All they have to do is befriend a young emperor—which would be a lot easier if he wasn't a royal pain and an angry queen didn't want him dead.207 pp.