Best Early Learning Books for 7 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 early learning books for 7 year olds. Please click Read Review to read book reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check book availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

1. Gabe: The Dog Who Sniffs Out Danger

by: Thea FeldmanChris Danger
Release date: Sep 09, 2014
Number of Pages: 32
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Meet Gabe, a real dog who worked with the United States military, in this Level 2 Ready-to-Read based on one of the winners of the annual American Humane Association’s Hero Dog Awards™!

Meet Gabe. Gabe had an important job: He used his canine sense of smell to find weapons before they hurt anyone. Gabe saved lives! When he wasn’t sniffing out explosives in Iraq, Gabe spent his time cheering up wounded soldiers in the hospital and visiting schools across the United States! Read his action-packed story to find out more about what he did and what made Gabe a hero dog!

Emerging readers will love discovering the inspiring, action-packed story of a different heroic dog in each book of the Hero Dog series.

©2014 American Humane Association. The American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards™ is a trademark of the American Humane Association.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dogs

2. Can You Find Saints?: Introducing Your Child to Holy Men and Women

by: Philip D. GalleryJanet L. Harlow
Release date: Sep 01, 2003
Number of Pages: 41
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Can You Find Saints? Introducing Your Child to Holy Men and Women is filled with inviting, kid-friendly illustrations. Building on the fun and adventure of the award-winning Can You Find Jesus? Introducing Your Child to the Gospel,Can You Find Saints? will provide hours of learning and delight for children. The stories of the heroes of the faith spring to life in dazzling pictures that sprinkle a little learning in with the fun. Includes a Parent’s Guide. Casebound. 48 pages. Four-color. Other titles in this series include Can You Find Jesus?, Can You Find Bible Heroes?, and Can You Find Followers of Jesus?.
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Christian Books & Bibles > Catholicism > Saints

3. The Best Colors

by: Barbara Taff
Release date: May 17, 2012
Number of Pages: 56
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Age level – 3 and up. The primary colors Red, Yellow and Blue compete to be the best color in this fun adventure story where they are surprised to discover friendship and acceptance through color-mixing.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Difficult Discussions > Prejudice & Racism

4. Words Aren’t Fair

by: Martha Biery
Release date: Oct 31, 2009
Number of Pages: 46
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Little Molly wants to learn to read But finds that words are hard indeed So a pooka comes and solves the mystery of words By telling Molly all of the history he’s heard He shows her how some words are built with sounds So she can read many words that are found Before Molly knows it she’s reading like never before She starts with the small words then goes for more Debut author Martha Biery resides in West Chester, PA where she is a reading specialist. Words Aren’t Fair was inspired by the years of experience she’s had teaching children how to read. Publisher’s website: http://www.eloquentbooks.com/WordsArentFair.html
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > School

5. Superstition In All Ages (Common Sense)

by: Jean Meslier
Release date: Mar 17, 2006
Number of Pages: 212
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From the intro: “Jean Meslier, born 1678, in the village of Mazerny, dependency of the duchy of Rethel, was the son of a serge weaver; brought up in the country, he nevertheless pursued his studies and succeeded to the priesthood. At the seminary, where he lived with much regularity, he devoted himself to the system of Descartes. Becoming curate of Etrepigny in Champagne and vicar of a little annexed parish named Bue, he was remarkable for the austerity of his habits. Devoted in all his duties, every year he gave what remained of his salary to the poor of his parishes; enthusiastic, and of rigid virtue, he was very temperate, as much in regard to his appetite as in relation to women. MM. Voiri and Delavaux, the one curate of Varq, the other curate of Boulzicourt, were his confessors, and the only ones with whom he associated. The curate Meslier was a rigid partisan of justice, and sometimes carried his zeal a little too far. The lord of his village, M. de Touilly, having ill-treated some peasants, he refused to pray for him in his service. M. de Mailly, Archbishop of Rheims, before whom the case was brought, condemned him. But the Sunday which followed this decision, the abbot Meslier stood in his pulpit and complained of the sentence of the cardinal. “This is,” said he, “the general fate of the poor country priest; the archbishops, who are great lords, scorn them and do not listen to them. Therefore, let us pray for the lord of this place. We will pray for Antoine de Touilly, that he may be converted and granted the grace that he may not wrong the poor and despoil the orphans.” His lordship, who was present at this mortifying supplication, brought new complaints before the same archbishop, who ordered the curate Meslier to come to Donchery, where he ill-treated him with abusive language. There have been scarcely any other events in his life, nor other benefice, than that of Etrepigny. He died in the odor of sanctity in the year 1733, fifty-five years old. It is believed that, disgusted with life, he expressly refused necessary food, because during his sickness he was not willing to take anything, not even a glass of wine.”
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Biographies & Memoirs > Leaders & Notable People > Religious

6. Children’s Book: Maya Papaya finds a new friend,: Bedtime story, early learning about frienship, Animal love and good values (Children Books, Maya Papaya … learning, Maya Papaya’s Adventure Club 1)

by: Denise D. SharonFatima Stamato
Release date: Jan 02, 2015
Number of Pages: 21
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Maya Papaya is a lovely little girl. She found a new friend, but it
seemed like this friend did not want to be her friend, so she
thought he was grumpy, but the truth is that he was only shy…”
Patience, you see is the key to a lot of things and judging someone
before you know them is not being a good friend.”
This is the first book of Maya Papaya’s collection, I hope your
children will enjoy her stories, and learn good things for their lives
with them.
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Self-Help > Relationships > Friendship

7. ONE MONDAY MORNING (Reading Rainbow)

by: Shulevitz
Release date: May 31, 1986
Number of Pages: 44
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The king and the queen and their growing entourage return each morning to a tenement street until the little boy they have come to visit is home to greet them.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction

8. Sofia and the Heartmender

by: Marie Olofsdotter
Release date: Apr 01, 1993
Number of Pages: 32
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When no one seems to understand Sofia’s fear of the shadow-monsters that she sees in the dark, her heart breaks and she goes to see the Heartmender for help.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Emotions & Feelings

9. Alma Louise

by: Melissa Smith Turner
Release date: Nov 09, 2013
Number of Pages: 24
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A book about giving.
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10. T Is for Texas (Alphabet States)

by: Maria KernahanMichael Schafbuch
Release date: Jul 31, 2015
Number of Pages: 56
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Locals and visitors alike will appreciate the beautiful artwork of Texas’s most popular icons

 

There’s no place like the Lone Star State and T is for Texas celebrates everything that makes Texas stand apart from the rest. Colorful graphics and whimsical rhymes take readers through a tour of the great places and icons of Texas. From armadillos to the Texas Zoo, this alphabetical tour includes the best of Texas, including Friday night lights, Texas longhorns, ten-gallon hats, and the best BBQ on earth. Whether on a coffee table or on the nightstand, this large-format book is sure to make any resident or visitor smile.

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Children’s Books > Geography & Cultures > Explore the World > United States

11. Children’s Books: EVERYONE LOVES A FATHER (Fun, Adorable, Rhyming Bedtime Story/Picture Book, for Beginner Readers, Honoring Fathers of all Kinds, Including Animals, Ages 2-8)

by: Sally Huss
Release date: Apr 12, 2015
Number of Pages: 35
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Celebrate fathers of all kinds, even yours. From lions and frogs and sand grouse and lumpsuckers and golden jackals to rheas, orangutans, penguins, marmosets, jacanas, wolves, seahorses, and children – all have fathers and they are well worth honoring.

Charming illustrations and a rhyming verse dance through this story to describe fathers of all kinds and plant the seed of appreciation in the children who read it.

Be sure to take a peek at “Attitude is Everything,” an amusing tale of a wise father and his son, and a whole house full of animals. Another adorable book by Sally Huss.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Sleep

12. It’s Mine! Penny Learns to Share: Sharing Time, Bedtime Story for Children ages 2 – 7; Beginning Reader (The Penny and Ronald Series Book 1)

by: Lynda RaymondRida Amina Naseeb
Release date: May 24, 2014
Number of Pages: 30
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Read it FREE as part of your PRIME or Kindle Unlimited membership!

It’s MINE! FREE Video Book Inside!

Penny does NOT want to share her new toy! Her brother Ronald wants to snatch it all to himself. So Penny decides to hide her beautiful new stuffed giraffe. Except now she has a BIG problem. She’s so busy trying to keep her brother away that she’s missing all the FUN.

Enjoy this charming story about learning to share. Great for a cozy bedtime story. And a perfect beginner book to help your young ones learn the value of sharing! Enjoy the free video book inside!

See lyndaraymond.weebly.com/books.html for other great Lynda Raymond Books.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Manners

13. One, Two, Three With Ant and Bee: A Counting Story

by: Angela BannerBryan Ward
Release date: May 01, 1989
Number of Pages: 91
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The story of Ant’s recovery from an accident helps young readers learn to count and understand the meaning of numbers.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Bugs & Spiders

14. Meeda and Me (Meeda and Me Stories) (Volume 1)

by: Rhonda L. PagliaRhonda L. Paglia
Release date: Nov 19, 2014
Number of Pages: 24
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Meeda is Sofia Margaret’s BEST friend.  They are like twins in so many ways!!  In this first story in the “Meeda and Me” series, kids are introduced to the two girls. This is a beginning reader with a simple repetitive phrase, “Just like me,” for kids 3 –  6.  In book #2, “The Woozler,” (and books #3 & #4) kids meet up with Sofie and Meeda again, only they will earn that Meeda lives in Sofia’s mirror, for kids 3 – 8.  “Look back in the Book” activities included in ALL of the “Meeda and Me” stories in this fun, beginning reader series.   
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Girls & Women

15. Xavier Ox’s Xylophone Experiment (Animal Antics A to Z)

by: Barbara deRubertis
Release date: Jan 01, 2012
Number of Pages: 32
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Xavier Ox loves music. But sometimes his drumming is rather EXPLOSIVE! So Alpha Betty and Xavier’s classmates start an exciting experiment to build an extra-strong xylophonejust for Xavier Ox.
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Children’s Books > Animals

16. The King of Pizza

by: Sylvester Sanzari
Release date: Jan 09, 1995
Number of Pages: 32
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Kids and pizza-it’s an irresistible combination. And now for all kids comes the king of pizza, a magical story about the world’s favorite food that marries a full-color illustrated storybook with a kid-size pizza plate, all piping hot and ready to be displayed in a custom-designed white pizza box. Pity the King of Naples. His belly rumbles. His stomach growls. He eats one amazing dish after another prepared by the finest chefs in Europe, and still he goes to bed hungry! Until, disguised as a beggar, he sneaks out of his palace and discovers Salvatore’s Pizzeria. Mixing legend and fantasy, fun and food, Sylvester Sanzari weaves a classic tale of a King, a baker, a pizza and seven orphans-and a story about discovering and sharing the simple things in life. Accompanying the storybook is an unbreakable and dish-washer safe pizza plate printed in four-color. The white corrugated pizza box is die-cut to reveal the book cover and the plate within. It’s one with everything.88,000 copies in print. Illustrations by John E. Hurst.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Chapter Books & Readers > Beginner Readers

17. Pal the Pony (Penguin Young Readers, Level 2)

by: Ronnie Ann HermanBetina Ogden
Release date: Feb 21, 1996
Number of Pages: 32
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Level 2. Pal the Pony is the smallest pony at the rodeo! He’s upset because he can’t do what the big horses can do. But he discovers there is one thing he’s better at than anyone else on the ranch.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Horses

18. Robbin — The Girl Who Didn’t Want to Practice

by: Dorothy W. CareyLisa J. Michaels
Release date: Jul 21, 2015
Number of Pages: 46
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Everybody in Robbin’s family played a musical instrument. It was a family custom, and now it was time for Robbin to take music lessons. Robbin had other ideas though. She didn’t want to play any musical instrument at all! Her mother said she would and Robbin was determined that she wouldn’t.

Who would win?

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life

19. Nonsense & Common Sense: A Children’s Book of Victorian Verse

by: John GrossmanPriscilla Dunhill
Release date: Jan 10, 1992
Number of Pages: 128
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To be read aloud before bed or during a quiet moment, this book introduces a literature of delight to the whole family. In the Victorian era, the best poets and literary minds created a special world for children. Today these poems, with their rollicking energy and old-fashioned values, are still brimming with charm, whimsy, and truth.

Here are offerings from Amy Lowell, Edward Lear, James Whitcomb Riley, Lewis Carroll, Emily Dickinson, and Robert Louis Stevenson combined with treasures hidden for a century or more in scrapbooks, anthologies, and dusty copies of The Youth’s Companion and St. Nicholas Magazine. Poems on the virtues of home and family, the seasons, animals, patriotism-and silly poems that mean nothing at all.

Charming full-color pictures of the period decorate each page, and for parents and older readers, there is marginalia on the poem or poet.

30,000 copies in print.

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Children’s Books

20. Hearing (Five Senses)

by: Maria RiusJ. M. ParramonJ. J. Puig
Release date: Oct 01, 1986
Number of Pages: 29
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The popular Rookie Books expand their horizons – to all corners of the globe! With this series all about geography, emergent readers will take off on adventures to cities, nations, waterways, and habitats around the world…and right in their own backyards.
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Children’s Books > Science, Nature & How It Works > Anatomy & Physiology

21. Touch (Five Senses)

by: Maria RiusJ. M. ParramonJ. J. Puig
Release date: Oct 01, 1986
Number of Pages: 29
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Do you remember your first realization of any of your five senses? Prolific children’s author J. M. Parram³n successfully tackles these tough concepts in words that 3-5 year olds can comprehend. These five colorful books awaken young minds to the wonders of the senses: the taste of oranges, the aroma of fresh-baked bread, and other sensations that give us delight in being alive. Educational, yet fun to read, this clever series is clearly written and cheerfully illustrated in flowing colors throughout. Each book includes a special “scientific” section to help parents answer their children’s questions about the senses.
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Children’s Books > Science, Nature & How It Works > Anatomy & Physiology

22. Frozen Peas and Scraped Knees

by: Ms. Barley Dawn
Release date: Aug 09, 2013
Number of Pages: 44
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Frozen Peas and Scraped Knees is a small book about the giant value of kindness. Follow Bailey, as our little green friend helps other children. From dealing with the sniffles to moving to a new home, Bailey shows that while some things may change, kindness lasts. The book is formatted to aid early readers and elementary English language learners. It includes simple language, repetition, and the days of the week. Frozen Peas is the first book of the Little Heroes Series, see more of the Little Heroes in The Winning Team. Ages 3 to 7, but intended for children of all ages.
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Children’s Books

23. Hannah’s Journal: The Story of an Immigrant Girl

by: Marissa Moss
Release date: May 01, 2002
Number of Pages: 56
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America! Hannah’s small European village buzzes with tales of life in a faraway land free from persecution. Cousin Esther has passage for two aboard a ship bound for New York, and Hannah convinces Mama and Papashka to let her use the extra ticket. Will America really be everything they’ve dreamed of?
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Girls & Women

24. The Legend of the Lady’s Slipper (Myths, Legends, Fairy and Folktales)

by: Kathy-jo WarginGijsbert van Frankenhuyzen
Release date: Aug 15, 2013
Number of Pages: 48
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The Legend of the Lady’s Slipper is a suspenseful tale of a young maiden’s run through the forest in an attempt to save the people of her village. Dashing through the forest, with starlight at her heels,” Running Flower is a testament of courage, loyalty, and sacrifice. You will remember her story whenever you see delicate pink and white lady’s slippers carpeting the ground of a northern forest. Add The Legend of the Lady’s Slipper to your collection and let it enchant you for years to come. Kathy-jo Wargin aims to help young readers notice the most intricate details of a story by adding the nuances that create magic and wonder in a good tale. Kathy-jo Wargin (Nelson) was born in Tower, Minnesota and moved to Grand Rapids at the age of seven. She studied music composition at University of Minnesota-Duluth. Her transition to writing books was a natural step. As well, her love for children and her desire to expose them to vivid written descriptions, inspire her to write with great attention to the nuances of a story, opening their minds to see all the possibilities in a scene or situation. Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen captures his lifelong connection to nature and wildlife. His talent for mural painting can be seen in several museums, including Fort Mackinac on Mackinac Island, Michigan. Born in the Netherlands, Gijsbert studied at the Royal Academy of Arts in Holland and immigrated to the United States in 1976. In 1993, after 17 years as the Art Director for the Michigan Natural Resources Magazine, he ventured out on his own. His highest professional achievement comes from being selected numerous times into the internationally renowned Leigh Yawkey Woodson Birds in Art exhibition, held in Wisconsin. Gijsbert and his wife Robbyn, give nature tours at their home outside Lansing, Michigan where they live with their two daughters, Kelly and Heather.
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Children’s Books > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Multicultural

25. Messy Bessey (Rookie Readers)

by: Pat McKissackFredrick McKissackDana Regan
Release date: Mar 01, 2000
Number of Pages: 31
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Rookie Readers “RM” have provided entertaining, high-quality introductions to reading for more than a generation. Each title features full-color, often hilarious illustrations and engaging stories that always involve a young child figuring out concepts or solving problems on his or her own. Every new title contains a Word List and a color-coded reading-level key on the back cover.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Values

26. One minute math Level A Multiplication: Factors 0 to 5

by: Theresa Warnick
Release date: Aug 28, 2001
Number of Pages: 64
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Master math facts with speed and accuracy with the One-Minute Math series! This book provides one-minute multiplication timed tests one fact at a time for sums 0 to 10. The systematic approach allows students to see their own daily improvements. Great for students in regular classroom settings as well as students in special education. Includes reproducible test pages with answer key, activity sheets, progress charts, a pretest and post- test, bulletin board patterns, a letter to parents, games, awards, and flash cards!
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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Math

27. Someone Special, Just Like You

by: Tricia BrownFran Ortiz
Release date: Sep 01, 1995
Number of Pages: 64
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Brown and Ortiz show that the differences that seem to separate children with handicaps from others are not important. What is important is the common delight in life–a desire to love, learn and play, and to be accepted for themselves as other children are.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Special Needs

28. Zachary Zebra’s Zippity Zooming (Animal Antics A to Z)

by: Barbara deRubertis
Release date: Jan 01, 2012
Number of Pages: 32
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ZIP! ZAP! ZOOM! Zachary is usually a zippity zooming zebra! But today he snoozes through his alarm clock and has a blitz of bad luck at school. Whats making Zacharys zippity zooming fizzle out?
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Children’s Books > Animals

29. Nicole’s Story: A Book about a Girl with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (Meeting the Challenge)

by: Virginia Totorica Aldapeli KossacoffLillian S. Kossacoff
Release date: Jan 01, 1996
Number of Pages: 40
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An eight-year-old girl talks about what her life is like with the disease of JRA or juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Difficult Discussions > Illness

30. First Thousand Words in Japanese: With Internet-Linked Pronunciation Guide (Usborne First Thousand Words) (Japanese Edition)

by: Heather AmeryNicole IrvingStephen Cartwright
Release date: Aug 01, 2003
Number of Pages: 64
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– Offers a wide range of learning opportunities from early reading and spelling to dictionary use- Foreign language editions include dictionaries and phonetic pronunciation guides; some have online pronunciation guides.
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Children’s Books > Education & Reference > Foreign Language Learning > Japanese

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