Little Toot is a charming story about a real boat, a water taxi that operates in the Santa Barbara, California harbor. Readers get on board for a ride, with Little Toot pointing out everything along the way. Better yet, the reader drives the boat and has a chance to toot the whistle. Wrapping A Gift is an interactive make-it-yourself activity. Readers choose the wrapping paper and ribbons to wrap a virtual gift package.
On the final page their gift design becomes part of a printable card.
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Posted: May 7th, - pm. Posted: May 4th, - am. Posted: February 15th, - pm. Watson and Gillian Flynn's Sharp Objects, comes a chilling look at marriage and madness from a talented new voice in psychological suspense. Her husband is missing. Visiting her family's South Carolina estate, socialite Gray Godfrey wakes from a night out to an empty bed. Her husband Paul is gone and a thrashing hangover has wiped her memory clean. At first, she's relieved for the break from her tumultuous marriage; perhaps Paul just needed some space. But when his car is found abandoned on the highway, Gray must face the truth: Paul is gone.
And Gray may not want him found. Her life is unraveling. When a stranger named Annie calls claiming to know Paul's whereabouts, Gray reluctantly accepts her help. But this ally is not what she seems: soon Annie is sending frightening messages and revealing disturbing secrets only Gray could know. As Annie's threats escalate and Gray's grip on reality begins to slip, the life she thought she had and the dark truth she's been living begin to merge, leaving an unsettling question: What does Annie want? And what will she do to get it?
A chilling look at marriage, madness, and the lives we think we lead, When You Find Me is a daring debut from a talented new voice in psychological suspense. Toon meer Toon minder. A psychological suspense I inhaled in two sittings that left me looking forward to Vernon's next work because that was a hell of a debut! Fans of dark tales of familial and marital discord will be satisfied. Coincides nicely with the television adaptation of Gillian Flynn's Sharp Objects, which has fans looking for other moody, Southern, gothic reads. They will definitely want to read this. Everyone nodded to say yes.
Dave: Well, good. I was almost afraid we'd run out of room. Jiminy: Well, fortunately, Mr. Seville, not all of us take that much space. Rufus: Mm-hmm.
Claire: See, Dave? I told ya it'd be easy. Theodore: So whaddaya think of our friends, Dave? Dave: Well, you have strange friends, Theodore. Simon: True. Dave: But they're very nice friends. Claire: Absolutely. Alvin: Yeah. Sora was on the couch with Kairi by his side, as well as Mickey, Minnie, Oswald,. Chapter 3 Near the Christmas tree, Claire was with Dave who had a clipboard in his hand. Claire: Okay, let's go over bedding arrangements one more time. The flying elephant'll bunk in the attic with the fairies. Dave: Check. Claire: The goofy rabbit said he'd sleep in the bathtub.
Meanwhile, from a stage that was made with a curtain, Tigger stood in front of it dressed in a night cap and pajamas. Tigger: Hey, you blokes! It's time to rehearse our Disney Junior pageant.
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Everyone applauded for Tigger's approval. Rabbit: behind the curtain Not interested. Tigger: C'mon, Rabbit. Rabbit: Oh Tigger, please don't make me. Tigger: But, everyone's waitin' for ya.
Chapter 2 Sometime later, the Chipmunks and Chipettes were outside with Julie and Tommy building a snowman while Bert and his friends were with Kim and Ron looking around for a Christmas tree they could bring inside so they could decorate. Sophia: Hmm, this one looks okay. What do you think? Cedric checked around the tree. Cedric: Nobody's living in it. Yeah, I think this one'll do just fine.
Kim: Okay, everyone stand back. Kim then took something out of her pocket that looked like a pen. Bert: Uh, what's the pen for?