Ava and the Rainbow Who StayedHarperCollins #ad - And ava knew that meant one thing…a rAINBOW!And not just any rainbow—this was the most beautiful rainbow Ava had ever seen. She wished that it could stay up in the bright sky forever. When the rainbow was still there the next day, and the next day, Ava realized it was true—the rainbow had decided to stay! Everyone loved the rainbow as much as Ava.
From the author-illustrator of shark Dog!, Ged Adamson, comes this beautiful story about the power of friendship between a young girl and a very special rainbow. The rain had stopped and the sun was coming out. And she was happy. But when people start to lose interest in the rainbow, Ava learns that sometimes the rare and special things in life are the most valuable and precious of all.
Ava's PoppyNorthSouth Books FBA-|276710 #ad - Ava is delighted when she discovers a brilliant red poppy in the middle of her yard. She sits with the little flower in the sunny days of summer and shields it from the rain, until one day the petals start to drop and the tiny flower fades away. But when spring comes again. Ava is surprised anew. NorthSouth NY.
Ava and Taco Cat Ava and PipSourcebooks Young Readers #ad - Worse, ava's best friend starts hanging out with Zara, a new girl in fifth grade. When ava wren hears about an injured yellow tabby with mismatched ears, she becomes obsessed and wants to rescue him. She even picks out a perfect palindromic name: T-A-C-O-C-A-T. Sourcebooks jabberwocky. Ava feels alone and writes an acclaimed story, "The Cat Who Wouldn't Purr.
What begins as exciting news turns into a disaster. NorthSouth NY. With this second diary, Girls' Life advice columnist Carol Weston hits another home run. But when taco joins the family, he doesn't snuggle or purr-all he does is hide. How can ava make things right? and what about sweet, scared little Taco?The New York Times called AVA AND PIP "a love letter to language.
Ava and Taco Cat Ava and Pip #ad - Ava desperately wants a pet for her eleventh birthday-but gets way more than she bargained for when she adopts T-A-C-O-C-A-T.
Ava's Secret Tea PartyGuardian Angel Publishing, Inc #ad - Boys and girls alike will delight in finding the hidden teacups and cookies in the fanciful illustrations and planning their own parties using the kid-friendly recipes and crafts. What child hasn't dreamed of meeting the elusive tooth fairy, donna shepherd wrote "Ava's Secret Tea Party, Santa, and Easter Bunny? Ava wants to invite them all to tea, but how can she? In the style of a classic fairy style, Sandman, " an imaginative tale sure to enthrall children for years to come.
NorthSouth NY. Sourcebooks jabberwocky. Suggested age range for readers: 2-5.