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5-minute Spider-Man stories
Five-minute Marvel Spider-Man stories
Good and evil -- Fiction
New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction
Picture books for children.
Picture books for children.
Science fiction.
Short stories.
Spider-Man (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
Superheroes -- Fiction.

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Best pirate / Griffiths Dean 04(1967)99

Augusta Garrick has proven that her helpful and gentle-hearted ways don't make her a bad pirate. In fact, she is even a good pirate. But when her clumsiness destroys a treasure map and injures First Mate Scully, she knows she must learn to be even better.

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Big hid / Swales Roisin

When Big unexpectedly hides one day, his best friend Little tries everything to get him out of his shell.

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Chews your destiny / Montijo Rhode

When Mom issues a no-gum rule, Gabby Gomez sneaks a piece of special bubble gum that turns her into a superhero.

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Dream / Cordell Matthew 04(1975)99

Follows a gorilla family as they imagine their baby's future.

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I love my purse / Demont Belle

"Charlie loves the bright red purse that his grandmother let him have. One day, he decides to take it to school. First his father, then his friends, and even the crossing guard question him about his "strange" choice. After all, boys don't carry purses. They point out that they, too, have things they like, but that doesn't mean they go out in public wearing them. But Charlie isn't deterred. Before long, his unselfconscious determination to carry a purse starts to affect those around him. His father puts on his favorite, though unconventional, Hawaiian shirt to go to work; his friend Charlotte paints her face, and the crossing guard wears a pair of sparkly shoes. Thanks to Charlie, everyone around him realizes that it isn't always necessary to conform to societal norms. It's more important to be true to yourself. With its humorous, energetic illustrations, this book is ideal as a read-aloud or as a story for emerging readers. It can also be used as a starting point for a discussion about gender roles."--

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I quit grade one! / Goldsmith Tom

Stella loves everything about being in Ms. Carter's class, and she worries that no new teacher could know that she needs help tying her shoelaces, or that she only likes to read books from the blue bin because they have more pictures. So Stella writes the principal a letter, with tips for training a new teacher to be just like Ms. Carter. When Stella meets the new teacher for the first time, he's not like Ms. Carter at all--but Stella can't believe how much he knows! Maybe the rest of the year won't be so bad after all?

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I spy under the sea / Gibbs Edward

"Look through the spy holes and count the sea creatures in this underwater take on the classic game"--Page [4] of cover.