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Beauty & the Beast: A Pop-up Book of the Classic Fairy Tale

Even more innovative than his last, Robert Sabuda will captivate all with his latest pop-up masterpiece, Beauty & the Beast!

True love blooms in this three-dimensional adaptation of a beloved fairy tale. Amazing paper structures and classically styled artwork lead readers through a magical tale. Magnificent pop-ups of a life-like Beast, a mysterious castle and a spectacular rose garden make this all-new pop-up masterpiece a must-have for your family’s library.

Product Features

  • Used Book in Good Condition

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The Quest: The Untold Story of Steve, Book One (The Unofficial Minecraft Adventure Short Stories): The Tale of a Hero (Volume 1)

Join Steve in his quest on the Overworld and discover what it truly takes to be a hero!

In a single player mode where Steve is the only one playing, he considered himself as the sole hero. Everything’s working pretty well until one day, things were suddenly turned upside-down! One by one, unusual things started happening.

Strange things and beings started appearing. The worst part is, Steve doesn’t know what it was or who caused it.

With his being a ‘hero’ placed at the edge, Steve decided to do whatever it takes to find out what is really going on… The only question is, can he really do it?

Mark Mulle, one of Amazon’s best-selling author is here again to deliver another amusing story about the adventures of Steve. This book will not only give you full entertainment, but it’ll also teach you courage, honesty, and perseverance.

Journey with Steve to uncover the truth behind these mysteries, and join our hero, Steve as he tries to unveil the mysteries and discovers what it takes to be a true hero!

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Zydeco Crossroads: A Tale Of Two Cities

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Princess Castle Play Tent Portable Folding Girl’s Pop Up Playhouse Castle Fairy Tale Cubby Child Kids House Pink for Indoor Outdoor Home Room Decor Holiday Gift

This adorable castle will make playtime extra fun for both you and your tot, with its easy Twist-n-Fold technology that makes setup and breakdown a snap. The premium quality materials and construction ensure a durable toy that will keep looking great through years of use as it spurs your little one’s imagination and promotes a creative nature. It is easy to store and carry for play outside or away from home. It’s also lightweight, making mobility and set-up even easier. The durable polyester fiber and nylon fabric is water-repellent and can easily withstand spills and daily use. The steel frame is tough and reliable and the best option for keeping your children safe during their play.


  • High-density and anti-mosquito gauze can prevent kids from mosquito bites
  • Light and compact, it is easy to carry after being folded without occupying much space
  • It provides personal space for your kid and is an ideal companion while going travel with kid


  • Fabric: Dacron nylon
  • Frame: steel
  • Expansion Dimensions: (51.18 x 41.34)in/(130 x 105)cm(H x Dia.)
  • Portable Bag Dimensions: 8 x 43cm/3.15 x 16.93inch(H x Dia.)
  • Color: Pink
  • Weight: 920g/32.45oz
  • Packing Type: Bag

Package Content:

  • 1x Kids Girl Play Tent Portable Folding Princess Castle Fairy Cubby Child House

Product Features

  • With high-quality and eco-friendly materials, it is attractive, breathable and non-irritating
  • Light weight and easy to assemble and take down
  • Easy to clean, you just need to gently wipe dirt with a damp cloth
  • The curtain can be rolled up, which extends the play space
  • Perforated Windows, lets the air in, helps keep the bugs out

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Martin the Warrior – A Tale of Redwall: Season 3

To save his besieged Abbey, a young mouse novice must learn of his destiny to be the successor to a great warrior.

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Hachi: A Dog’s Tale

From Academy Award®-nominated director Lasse Hallström (2000, The Cider House Rules) comes HACHI: A DOG’S TALE, a film based on one of the most treasured and heartwarming true stories ever told. Golden Globe winner Richard Gere (2002, Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy, Chicago) stars as Professor Parker Wilson, a distinguished scholar who discovers a lost Akita puppy on his way home from work. Despite initial objections from Wilson’s wife, Cate (Academy Award® nominee Joan Allen – 2000, Best Actress, The Contender), Hachi endears himself into the Wilson family and grows to be Parker’s loyal companion. As their bond grows deeper, a beautiful relationship unfolds embodying the true spirit of family and loyalty, while inspiring the hearts of an entire town.Based on a true story from Japan, Hachi: A Dog’s Tale is a moving film about loyalty and the rare, invincible bonds that occasionally form almost instantaneously in the most unlikely places. College professor Parker Wilson (Richard Gere) finds a young Akita puppy that’s been abandoned at the local train station, and he’s instantly captivated by the dog. Assuming the dog’s owner will return to the train station to claim him in the morning, Parker takes the puppy home overnight. But when no one comes to get the dog, Parker convinces his wife, Cate (Joan Allen), to welcome him as part of the family. He dubs the puppy Hachiko–Hachi, for short–because of the Japanese symbol for good luck that’s hanging from his collar. Hachi is a somewhat peculiar dog that refuses to learn to fetch or master other people-pleasing tricks, but he is a faithful companion and friend to Parker, alerting him of potential dangers and accompanying him to the train station each morning and meeting him there after his return trip each evening. An unforeseen event will continually test Hachi’s devotion. This film is neither overwrought nor sappy; it is heartfelt and immensely powerful despite its tendency to drag in a few places. Prepare to be moved to tears by this beautiful, seemingly simple film–it’s about so much more than just the relationship between a man and his dog. –Tami Horiuchi

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Literary Classics: Great Expectations, Jane Eyre, Tale of Two Cities, Lord of the Flies

Charlotte Bronte’s marvelous ‘Jane Eyre’ was published in 1847 to rapturous acclaim and instant recognition that this compelling study of Victorian society and values was a masterpiece of English literature. This program tells the fascinating story of the author and her magnificent work – a wonderful tale of repression, freedom of spirit, doomed love and great passion. Great Expectations features new footage from the Kentish villages and marshes that provide the backdrop for the classic story and delves into its background, style, form and subtext to reveal a remarkable tale of love, social division, morality and heartbreak. Includes expert comment and critical analysis with atmospheric dramatized scenes from the novel. Dismissed by some critics as one of Dickens’ slightest and least successful works, ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ has matured with age and now stands revealed as a forceful but entertaining treatise on history and destiny. William Golding’s ‘Lord of the Flies’ was rejected by no fewer than twenty-one publishing houses before finding a home and a place on bookshelves in 1954. This is the story of the man behind the work and of the eerie tale of a collection of boys who arrive on a deserted island without adult supervision, who face temptations and who are ultimately undone by their own evil natures.

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Brian Jacques’ Mattimeo – A Tale of Redwall: Season 2

The magic of Brian Jacques’ beloved novel brought to life. A valorous father and a wayward son. A peaceful society threatened by evil. Season two unveils the next generation of Redwall heroes. Contains all 13 half-hour episodes.

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Elf: A Short Story of a Tall Tale

This is the story of Buddy Hobbs, an elf who feels a little out of place at the North Pole. The clumsy 6’2″ elf is constantly banging his head on doorframes, beams, and cabinets, missing his toy-creating quota and is the only baritone in the elf choir. But what Buddy lacks in elfin abilities, he makes up for in Christmas cheer! Will Buddy’s unique personality help him discover his true place in the real world?

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