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Little Louie

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Louie is one special dog. His tongue likes to hang out of his mouth, and his extra-long legs make him pretty clumsy. Still, Louie dreams of being a champion dog like his brothers. Louie spends most of his time playing with his favorite toy—his ball. He can bounce it and toss it, and soon he hopes to balance on it. One day, Louie goes to cheer on his brothers at the dog show and slips on his ball into the center of the stage. But what will the crowd make of this little dog with not-so-little dreams? Little Louie is the fictional story of a very real rescue dog that captured the heart and imagination of writer/illustrator Kathryn Finney. Through Finney’s masterful and infectiously cheerful paintings, Louie teaches kids to celebrate their strengths and to never give up their dreams. Everyone who reads this book will want to give lovable little Louie a forever home. Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readers—picture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults. Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft; stories told with LEGO bricks; books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.


The R46 and Little Louie

Author: Lou Fulgaro
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Most women at different stages in their lives—and for different reasons—want to be married, are married, have been married, or are between marriages. Why Men Marry and Why Men Don't is a tell-all self-testing book that titillates, entertains and educates the shrewd single woman, and the curious and courageous man. It's a non-scientific parlor game to help you determine why certain men marry and others don't, define the type of man you want to marry and discern the ones you don't. Also disconnect the traits causing you to attract the wrong kind and divine definitive questions to ask men along the way. Then consider what could happen if you never find the man that you want to marry but choose to stay superiorly single. This fresh, funny, feel-good must read, contains a calculating choose-a-husband system instead of a catch-and-corner any man scheme. It gives the husband hunting woman a path to new found clarity and a personalized shopping list to make her the "chooser" instead of the passive "chosen." Why Men Marry and Why Men Don't should be required reading for the clever contemporary woman in choosing the consummate husband.


Little Louie the Baby Bloomer

Author: Robert Kraus
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Leo's little brother, Louie, couldn't do anything right. He couldn't throw a ball. He couldn't pull a wagon. And he didn't Know how to play with his big brother, Leo. "Little Louie will play with you in his own good time," explained Leo's father. "He's a Late Bloomer, just like you." So Leo stopped playing with L ittle Louie and decided to teach Louie instead. And one day, Louie blooomed! How Leo learns patience and how Little Louie blooms with the help of his big brother continues the story of the endearing tiger family that began with Leo the Late Bloomer. Simple prose and bold, bright illustrations make this a funny, heart-warming tale of sibling love, from the team that first introduced us to Leo. When the best-selling Leo the Late Bloomer was first published over twenty years ago, late bloomers everywhere cheered the story of a little tiger who grew in his own good time, in his own good way. Now new and old fans of Leo alike will cheer the arrival of Little Louie in the long-awaited sequel to Leo the Late Bloomer. This delightfully, deceptively simple tale, by the same team that brought us Leo, introduces Little Louie, Leos baby brother. Louie is an irrepressible, irresistible little tigerhis only problem, at least according to Leo, is that he cant do anything right. How Leo learns patience and acceptance will warm the hearts of all brothers and sisters, and make this tale of sibling frustration and love a treasure for years to come. When the best-selling Leo the Late Bloomer was first published over twenty years ago, late bloomers everywhere cheered the story of a little tiger who grew in his own good time, in his own good way. Now new and old fans of Leo alike will cheer the arrival of Little Louie in the long-awaited sequel to Leo the Late Bloomer. This delightfully, deceptively simple tale, by the same team that brought us Leo, introduces Little Louie, Leos baby brother. Louie is an irrepressible, irresistible little tigerhis only problem, at least according to Leo, is that he cant do anything right. How Leo learns patience and acceptance will warm the hearts of all brothers and sisters, and make this tale of sibling frustration and love a treasure for years to come.


Little Louie Takes Off

Author: Toby Morison
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Little Louie is a bit of a late bloomer. All of his friends and family have already learned to fly, but he just can't get the hang of it yet. So when it comes time for everyone to migrate south, Louie has to fly on a plane and wait all by himself for his family to meet him. As he takes his first solo journey, Louie is about to learn that growth will come at its own pace and when he least expects it in this sweet, hilarious debut filled with delightfully retro illustrations.


Triangles

Author: Seth King
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The central triad of this novel involves two young men, Josh and Donald, who have developed a bitter rivalry, but are forced to form an alliance in order to save the life of their mutual love interest. Several other triangular relationships are interwoven into the plot as the enduring consequences of untreated neglect, abuse, and pain are explored. An action thriller on the surface, Triangles also details a young mans journey into adulthood as he confronts his insecurities while striving for a sense of purpose, independence, and a stable sense of personal identity.


Godey s Magazine

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SPIN

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From the concert stage to the dressing room, from the recording studio to the digital realm, SPIN surveys the modern musical landscape and the culture around it with authoritative reporting, provocative interviews, and a discerning critical ear. With dynamic photography, bold graphic design, and informed irreverence, the pages of SPIN pulsate with the energy of today's most innovative sounds. Whether covering what's new or what's next, SPIN is your monthly VIP pass to all that rocks.


Student and Schoolmate

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Little Pilgrim

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Yorkshires Murderous Women

Author: Stephen Wade
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Presents stories of murder by women in all parts of Yorkshire - tales of marital tension and tragedy and sad accounts of infanticide while under mental duress. This work also explores the uneasy relationship between social change and the criminal law, so the courtrooms as well as the murder scenes have their absorbing and dramatic stories.