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every day: a 5-year...

Cheery illustrations invite you to write a few sentences in this journal every day, creating a book that's a treasure trove of memories. A yellow ribbon marks the day's page. It makes a welcome gift for a friend. Measures 4" x 6"; 372 pages. Imported.

doodle your day book

What a treat -- a few minutes of creativity each day. This colorful sketchbook has an idea for a drawing or journal entry for every day of the year (even a leap year!). A favorite bird? What you had for breakfast? A dancing chicken? Start anywhere, grab the nearest pencil and doodle, doodle away. 244 pages.

my school years book

Kids record their fondest memories of school in these fill-in-the-blank, spiral-bound books. They can look back and rediscover their favorite games, teacher, or special time with a friend. With 2 pouches and space to keep 20 4" x 6" photos, each is sure to be a true keepsake. (Helpful hint: fifth and sixth grade books feature a more girly design and questions.) 24 pages each.

my baptism book

This sweet book makes a lovely gift for a child's baptism. Scripture passages and inspirational prayers are illustrated with charming drawings to convey a message of God's love to all children. Comes with a ribbon bookmark. 64 pages.

pirate's night...

A creative "piratized" version of the Clement C. Moore classic. Forget sugarplums -- these mischievous pirates have visions of treasure chests dancing in their heads! It's all silly fun that young pirates will read over and over. 32 pages.

dear tooth fairy...

There's magic tucked within the pages of this book! It's the story of a little girl who's reluctant to part with her first lost tooth. She corresponds back and forth with the Tooth Fairy until she finally decides to leave the tooth under her pillow. Many pages contain little envelopes with those notes from the Tooth Fairy inside. (The last one has an extra special surprise…but we won't give it away here.) What little girl wouldn't be thrilled with that? 32 pages.

pink princess...

A delightful book filled with sweet treats for enchanting parties. Fairy princess drinks, magical cakes, cookies, finger foods...mmm. Look for colorful photography and easy directions for each recipe. The author is a noted children's cooking expert. 64 pages.

hello kitty® fun...

Play with Hello Kitty and friends in this creative doodle book. Help paint new artwork, decide what to bring on a picnic, decorate her classroom and more. How fun! 64 pages.

magical horses book

Enter a world of magical paper-doll horses with imaginative fashions -- everything from winter wonderland saddles to seahorse-inspired manes -- and all are interchangeable. Her 6 paper horses come with unicorn horns and wings, 3 paper-doll fairies and 4 background scenes. Girls can design their own fashions as well with an included stencil set. 50-page book.

rosie flo's coloring...

A coloring book that lets kids not just color, but be creative. It contains drawings of dresses and costumes, to which your little artist adds the heads, arms and legs. Then she colors the characters, and even surroundings. Imported.

around the year book

Beloved author and illustrator Tasha Tudor treats us to a year's worth of seasonal celebrations. Sledding, picnics, autumn fairs . . . the excursions are beautifully illustrated in Tudor's delicate style. It's a book to savor all year long. 64 pages.

the dangerous book...

This terrific book celebrates old-fashioned boyhood, when fishing, skimming stones, building tree houses and watching cloud formations were the stuff of everyday adventures. It's a guide for digital-age dads as well as sons on how to reclaim it together. The book covers eclectic topics and skills such as 5 knots every boy should know, fossils, common trees, navigation, coin tricks and oodles of facts and activities. Engagingly written and, we might add, is a pretty fun read for girls, too. 288 pages. Ages 8 to 88.