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I do not like stories —Larsen, Andrew, 1960- author.

"The story itself is simple. Boy gets up, boy goes to school, boy comes home from school, boy goes to bed. Boy seems a bit grumpy, until the end of the day when he comes home to his cat, who he clearly loves. The boy's s...

The imaginary garden —Larsen, Andrew, 1960-

Theo thinks her grandfather's gardening days are over when he moves into an apartment, but then she has an idea for an imaginary garden.

Charlie's dirt day —Larsen, Andrew, 1960-

Charlie learned about the life cycle of butterflies in Bye Bye Butterflies and now is back for another Tell Me More Storybook adventure. When Charlie and his dad follow a parade of their neighbours through the local park...

In the tree house —Larsen, Andrew, 1960-

Told from the younger brother{u2019}s point of view, this is a heartwarming and evocative story of the changing relationship of two brothers, one growing up faster than the other. The tree house that they build together ...

Goodnight, hockey fans —Larsen, Andrew, 1960- author.

A young boy doesn't want to go to bed. The hockey game is on! After his parents have tucked him in and turned out the light, he shines a flashlight on his prized hockey possessions around his room: the posters of his fav...

Me, Toma and the concrete garden —Larsen, Andrew, 1960- author.

"Author Andrew Larsen brings a light touch and gentle humor to this picture book story about several kinds of growth -- of the boys and their friendship, the flowers in the newly thriving lot, and the community that come...

The bagel King —Larsen, Andrew, 1960- author.

"Every Sunday in winter, spring, summer and fall - through snow, rain, heat and gloom - Zaida delivers bagels to his neighbors and to his grandson, Eli. Warm, chewy, salty bagels. But their Sunday tradition comes to a ha...

Bella and the bunny —Larsen, Andrew, 1960-

Bella loves the bunny at playschool as much as she loves the sweater that her nonna knitted for her. When both bunny and sweater disappear, everyone joins in the search.

See you next year —Larsen, Andrew, 1960- author.

Every summer, a girl's family drives down the same roads, passes through the same towns, and spends a week at the same beachside motel. Year after year, everything is comfortingly predictable: the families they see, the ...

The man who loved libraries : the story of Andrew Carnegie —Larsen, Andrew, 1960- author.

Reveals how the Scottish immigrant arrived in the United States at the height of the Industrial Revolution, made his fortune in by investing in the railroads before using his wealth to fund over 2,500 public libraries ar...

The not-so-faraway adventure —Larsen, Andrew, 1960- author.

"Theo's Poppa was an explorer. He had been everywhere. He kept an old trunk packed with the pictures, postcards, maps and menus that he had collected on his adventures. Someday, Theo wants to be an explorer, too. For now...

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