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Let's go fishing! —Silverman, Erica, author.

Unable to interest her parents, her brothers, or even her dog in going fishing with her, Lana creates her own boat and lake in her bedroom and soon has all the company a girl could want.

Big pumpkin —Silverman, Erica.

A witch trying to pick a big pumpkin on Halloween discovers the value of cooperation when she gets help from a series of monsters.

Favorite stories from Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa : horse in the house —Silverman, Erica, author.

When Cocoa decides to explore the house, Cowgirl Kate has a hard time convincing him he must return to the barn.

School days —Silverman, Erica, author.

Wondering what they will do when Cowgirl Kate embarks on a new school year and goes off each day to a place where horses are not allowed to follow, Kate and Cocoa devise clever ways to keep their best friendship strong.....

Jack (not Jackie) —Silverman, Erica, author.

Susan loves her baby sister, Jackie, but as Jackie grows older and behaves more and more like a boy Susan must adjust to having a brother, Jack, instead.

Let's have a parade! —Silverman, Erica, author.

Unable to interest her parents, her brother, or even her dog in having a parade in the rain, Lana lines up her toys in the hallway and is soon leading the parade of her dreams.

Favorite stories from Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa : rain or shine —Silverman, Erica.

Splish-splash, buckaroos! Stormy weather can't stop best friends Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa from having a good time in these two easy-to-read stories about prancing in the rain and chasing rainbows. With short sentences, sim...

Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa —Silverman, Erica.

Cowgirl Kate and her cowhorse Cocoa, who is always hungry, count cows, share a story, and help each other fall asleep.

Partners —Silverman, Erica.

Cocoa the horse herds the cows with Cowgirl Kate, helps her practice her roping skills, and wishes he could wear boots instead of horseshoes.

Favorite stories from Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa : partners —Silverman, Erica, author.

"Cocoa is being very stubborn. He wants to get new cowboy boots instead of new horseshoes! Doesn't he know that horseshoes are lucky?"--Page [4] of cover.

School days —Silverman, Erica.

Cocoa the horse does not want Cowgirl Kate to go to school without him.

Spring babies —Silverman, Erica.

Cowgirl Kate and her horse Cocoa watch over the new calves, a puppy, and some baby barn owls.

Let's go to the moon! —Silverman, Erica, author.

"Unable to interest her parents, her brothers, or her dog on a trip to the moon, Lana heads to her room where she uses creativity and imagination to blast off in her own amazing space adventure. . . an adventure so amazi...

Rain or shine —Silverman, Erica.

Cowgirl Kate and her cow horse, Cocoa, discover what it means to work, play, and be together--rain or shine.

Horse in the house —Silverman, Erica.

When Cocoa decides to explore the house, Cowgirl Kate has a hard time convincing him he must return to the barn.

The Halloween house —Silverman, Erica.

The Halloween house, occupied by a variety of creatures, including werewolves, witches, bats, and skeletons, turns out to be an unfortunate choice as a hideout for a couple of escaped convicts.

Raisel's riddle —Silverman, Erica.

A Jewish version of the Cinderella story, in which a poor but educated young women captivates her "Prince Charming" a rabbi's son, at a Purim ball.

Girl power 5-minute stories : 10 books in 1.

Ten stories featuring girls celebrate kindness, confidence, determination, fearlessness, and fun for all girls.

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