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December 01, 1990 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-12-01

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Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. Boy
has to fly a plane and survive
in the wilderness.

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Stage & Co.
R. Grumet
Charterhouse
Divine Knits
Ceci's
Byblos
Chantel Gifts
Hersh's
Mr. Alan's
Sports Connection
Chocolatissimo
Steven Franklin Optics
Peanuts
Expecting the Best
The Male Room
Sundance
Escapades
Zeza
Begadim
Benetton
Bette Appel
New York Bagel
Lufinos Salon

OU TFIT: ZEZA

Come A Tide by George Lyon;
illustrated by Stephen
Gammell. An award-winning
book about spring tides and
floods in Appalachia.
Curious George by H.A. Rey. A
1940s classic — the adventures
of a curious monkey.
Dr. Seuss by Dr. Seuss. There
are about 25 different Dr.
Seuss books — all classics and
all selling well. The newest, Oh
The Places You'll Go, is even
being given as a graduation
present.
Earrings! by Judith Viorst. A
little girl wants to have her
ears pierced.
How The Manx Cat Lost Its Tail
by Janet Stevens. A retelling of
how the cat lost its tail in the
door of Noah's ark.
Lon Po Po, written and illustra-
ted by Ed Young. Chinese folk
tale — three courageous girls
outwit a wily fox. 1990
Caldecott winner.
Many Moons by James Thur-
ber; illustrated by Marc Simont.
New edition of a classic — a
princess wants her father the
king to get her the moon.
The Twelve Dancing Princesses by
Ruth Sanderson. The secret of
how the princesses can dance
all night is discovered.
Tree Of Life by Barbara Bash.
A tree in Africa and the peo-
ple and wildlife around it.
Thunder Cahe by Patricia
Polacco. Grandma finds a way
to dispel a child's fear of
thunderstorms.
Where's Waldo by Martin
Handford. One of three books
in a series. The other two are
Find Waldo Now and The Great
Waldo Search. You have to find
the adventurous Waldo, who is
"hidden" in the picture.
AGES 9 TO 11:
Afternoon Of The Elves by Janet
Lisle. Two girls become friends,
their friendship based on a
fantasy world. 1990 Newberry
Award runner-up (Newberry
Awards are for best children's
books).
Eyewitness. There are about 25
books in this series, each
dealing with a different scien-
tific, historical or sports topic.
The four latest titles are Car,
Flying Machines, Ancient Rome
and Ancient Egypt.

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