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Gum —Willard, Nancy, author.
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James has five quarters and Danny has four. That means nine whole tries to get the little silver race car out of the gumball machine at Mr. Wright's store after school. Only very, very lucky people get both gumballs and ...

A visit to William Blake's inn : poems for innocent and experienced travelers —Willard, Nancy.

A collection of poems describing the curious menagerie of guests who arrive at William Blake's inn.

Gum —Willard, Nancy, author.

"James and Danny are on a mission: to get the little silver race car out of the gumball machine at Mr. Wright's store. Only very, very, lucky people get both gumballs and the silver racer. It's a good thing one of James...

Faerie tale theatre

This award-winning series brings to life 26 of the most magical classic fairy tales of all time, now digitally remastered.

Sweep dreams —Willard, Nancy.

A man who loves a magical, dancing broom learns how to make her happy, finds her after she is stolen, and finally sets her free and hopes that she will someday return home.

The mouse, the cat, and Grandmother's hat —Willard, Nancy.

A mouse hiding under Grandmother's hat causes quite a commotion at her surprise birthday party.

Cinderella's dress —Willard, Nancy.

Although mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters, Cinderella meets her prince with the help of two magpies and her fairy godmother.

Night story —Willard, Nancy.

A small boy tells about the fantastic events that may or may not have really occurred during his night's sleep when he took the night train to the country where nothing lasts.

The tale of paradise lost : based on the poem by John Milton —Willard, Nancy.

A prose retelling of John Milton's narrative poem chronicling the war in heaven between competing angels and how the disobedience of Adam and Eve led to their expulsion from the Garden of Eden.

The sorcerer's apprentice —Willard, Nancy.

Sylvia, the new apprentice to the great magician Tottibo, steals one of his spells to complete an impossible task and accidentally creates chaos.

Pish, posh, said Hieronymus Bosch —Willard, Nancy.

An imaginative poem about the fifteenth-century painter filled with medieval beasts and other images from Bosch's world.

The Moon & Riddles Diner and the Sunnyside Cafe —Willard, Nancy.

A light-hearted collection of poems about Shoofly Sally and her Everything Dog, who meet an unusual cast of characters at an odd restaurant called The Moon & Riddles Diner and the Sunnyside Cafě. Includes a section of r...

The flying bed —Willard, Nancy.

A greedy baker buys his wife a magic bed that flies them to the master baker, where they are given special yeast that helps their bakery become, for a while, the most popular in Florence.

A starlit snowfall —Willard, Nancy.

Having made a plan to spend the winter with Bear napping in a cozy cave, Rabbit finds himself too energetic to sleep and decides to join the world outside.

The three mouths of little Tom Drum —Willard, Nancy.

"Little Tom Drum loves strawberry pie so much that he creeps down to the kitchen at night to get one more slice of that sweet, flaky goodness resting on the windowsill in the moonlight ... pie his mother made for tomorro...

Beauty and the beast —Willard, Nancy.

A retelling, set in the early 1900's in New York City, of the traditional tale in which a kind and beautiful young woman, through her great capacity to love, releases a handsome young man from the spell which has made hi...

The mountains of quilt —Willard, Nancy.

Four magicians lose their magic carpet which eventually finds its way into the center of a grandmother's quilt.

The high rise glorious skittle skat roarious sky pie angel food cake —Willard, Nancy.

As she is preparing a special angelfood cake for her mother's birthday, a girl is surprised by three angels who have dropped in for a taste.

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