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Can You Predict TV Crime Show Endings?

Can you predict crime show endings? Lee Child and nine more of our favorite authors share their answers. Spoiler alert: It’s usually the guest star.


 

1. LEE CHILD:

 

2. JACK CARR:

 

3. MEG GARDINER:

 

4. LOU BERNEY:

 

5. WENDY CORSI STAUB:

 

6. BREE BAKER:

 

7. RILEY SAGER:

 

8. ALISON GAYLIN:

 

9. MINDY MEJIA:

 

10. BRAD PARKS:

 

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The Little Cat Who Ran Away …

The Little Red Cat Who Ran Away and Learned His ABC’s (the Hard Way)

By Patrick McDonnell

Genre: Juvenile Fiction

Curriculum Subjects: Language Development and Reading: Concepts; Adventure: Animals; Humor: General

Grades: PreK – 1

 

Bestselling and award-winning artist Patrick McDonnell uses the ABC’s to tell a hilarious, high-energy alphabetical adventure.

 

It starts with an ALLIGATOR and a BEAR chasing a CAT. When a DRAGON (and a chicken and an egg!) join in pursuit, things start to get REALLY interesting. A wild and wacky chase through snow and ice, and to jungles and over mountaintops, leads the whole crew to a wonderful realization: They’re better off as friends.

 

PRAISE

★ “A brilliant caper that young learners will want to pore over.” –School Library Journal

 

★ “It’s teeming with visual wit, and McDonnell’s cartoons illustrate the emotional dramas of the chase with telegraphic clarity.” –Publishers Weekly

 

★ “Touches of wit and plenty of zip recommend this for lap-sit sharing.” –Horn Book

 

★ “Give this book an F, yes, an F: for fun and funny.” –Kirkus

 

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