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Meet Jeff Stone, author of Phoenix

Jeff Stone lives in the Midwest with his wife and two children and practices the martial arts daily.

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Richard Scarry's The Bunny Book
Written by Patsy Scarry
Illustrated by Richard Scarry
Hardcover

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Richard Scarry's Good Night, Little Bear (Richard Scarry)
Written by Patsy Scarry
Illustrated by Richard Scarry
Hardcover

A favorite Richard Scarry Little Golden Book is now available in a gorgeous Big Golden Book edition!
 
In this Richard Scarry classic from 1961, it’s bedtime for Little Bear. But where can he be? Father Bear searches all over the house. Has he forgotten that Little Bear has been riding... Read More
 





Richard Scarry's Best Little Golden Books Ever! (Richard Scarry)
Written by Patsy Scarry, Kathryn Jackson and Byron Jackson
Illustrated by Richard Scarry
Hardcover

Nine of Richard Scarry’s best Little Golden Books come together in a colorful, deluxe volume, ready for gift-giving!
 
This unique collection of Richard Scarry’s Little Golden Books brims with colorful cars, droll animals, and a sly fox or two. From fables (“The Country Mouse and the City Mouse”) to folktales... Read More
 

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