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|Author||: Michael Savage|
|Editor||: Center Street|
New York Times bestselling author Michael Savage delivers a heartwarming book about his experiences and relationship with his dog Teddy. Listeners know Teddy as the silent "other host" of The Savage Nation. He's at Michael Savage's side during every broadcast, guarding the radio equipment and nipping the engineer's sneakers. But the fun doesn't end when the "On-Air" light goes off. Teddy is Savage's constant companion, in the car, at home, and even shopping. Most important, he's Savage's inspiration, helping him remember the most important things in life are the little things. TEDDY AND ME is a rare glimpse into the life of one of America's most popular talk radio hosts. Come along for the ride as Savage and his best friend explore the streets of San Francisco, ride the "Tedevator," and read bedtime stories together. If you've ever wondered how the conservative icon who can go from zero to enraged in a matter of seconds has kept his sanity in an insane world, this book has the answer. To the political establishment, he's a force of nature, but to Teddy, Michael Savage is just his "service human." Spend a day in the life of a media giant and the most politically savvy canine alive in TEDDY AND ME.
|Author||: Ted Leavitt|
An entertaining and poignant memoir of Ted Leavitt's life leading up to the discovery of his ADHD as an adult, the aftermath, and all of the changes that occur as a result of this revelation.
|Author||: Catherine Maccabe|
|Editor||: Augsburg Fortress Pub|
A young girl, accompanied by her stuffed friends Teddy Bear and Kitten, play through the seasons of the year until they arrive at the stable where Jesus is born.
|Author||: Vikki VanSickle|
|Editor||: Tundra Books|
The teddy bears' picnic gets a modern twist in this warm and fuzzy picture book about a young teddy bear who learns that small acts of kindness can make a big difference. Ollie is a regular bear with a regular job. He listens to his girl's stories about her days, he snuggles her to sleep and he is there waiting when she gets home from school. Just your typical teddy bear stuff. So when he is whisked away to the annual teddy bears' picnic, he feels insignificant compared to the other bears who do daring and daunting things: sleepovers, hospital stays--even a night in the lost and found! After small talk with a regional stuffing manager, a department of cuddling official and a stitchery inspector; a stop at the snack table; and even some team building activities, it's time for the teddy bear service awards . . . and Ollie feels even more small and unimportant. But he soon learns that it's not just the big things that matter, it's the little things too. While parents will love the tongue-in-cheek office-party details, kids and parents alike will fall in love with Ollie: a sweet bear who discovers that his love for his girl makes him very special indeed.
|Author||: Cathy East Dubowski|
|Editor||: Simon Spotlight|
"Camp stinks! Dad, come get me!"Michelle is off to sleep-over camp. And she's sure she is going to have the best summer ever!Wrong! By the second day, she hates camp! A big bully named Brenda won't leave Michelle alone. Brenda kicks Michelle out of her bunk. She sneaks salt into her cereal. She even steals Michelle's teddy bear!Michelle is furious. She want to get even! Does Michelle have what it takes to put Brenda in her place?
|Author||: Scholastic Inc.,Children's Press|
|Editor||: Childrens Press|
In this version of the classic jump rope rhyme, Teddy Bear invites readers to bend down low, touch their toes, jump up high, and touch the sky.
|Author||: Anna Chapin Ray|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
The five McAlisters were gathered in the dining-room, one rainy night in late August. In view of the respective dimensions of the family circle and the family income, servants were few in the McAlister household, and division of labor was the order of the day. Old Susan had cleared away the table and brought in the lamp; then she retired to the kitchen, leaving the young people to themselves.Hope was darning stockings. She had one of Hubert's socks drawn on over her hand, which showed, white and dainty, through the great, ragged hole. Hubert sat near her with little Allyn on his knee, tiding over a crisis in the young man's temper by showing him pictures in the dilapidated Mother Goose which had done duty for successive McAlisters, from seventeen-year-old Hope down."Stop kicking brother," he commanded, as Allyn lifted up his voice and his heels in vigorous protest against things in general, and the approach of the sandman in particular. "Listen, Allyn,-'There was a little man,And he had a little gun,And his bullets were made of lead, lead, lead.'"
|Author||: Teddy Borth|
Look around you! You can find circles everywhere. They are on the wheels of cars. They are on the coins in our pockets. Easy text and large pictures help early readers discover that circles are fun!
|Author||: J. D. Stockholm|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
Where does an abused child turn when he has no one to talk to? Believing that he is evil and meant to be a victim, he tells his horrific journey to his only friend, Mr. Ted. The boy is five. In his own words through the compelling pages of his journal, he writes in terrific detail of unspeakable abuse forced upon him by his parents. Through manipulation and control, he is moulded into a creation of their own design. Fear follows close behind in the guise of the "bad man." His voice is no longer silent. Little boy little boy, Curled in a ball. I know your secrets, I know them all I write in my journal as much as I can. I talk to Mr. Ted. He is my only friend. He understands when the bad man comes. He holds my hand when I have nightmares and my mummy doesn't hear me cry. Mr. Ted doesn't tell. He won't say when my daddy hurts me. He keeps my secrets and my stories. I love Mr. Ted. He is the only one who loves me back. Mr. Ted. I keep falling asleep. Bad things happen. I get sore all the time. But I don't know why. My mum says it's a demon. Because I got evil. Please make me be good.
|Author||: Peter Gray|
|Editor||: Peter Gray|
Sela is assigned to be a private gardener for Theodore "Teddy" Woven's ancestral home. The young gardener soon finds her presence unwelcome as she slowly uncovers the truth about his family’s past. The greatest mystery of all lies not in the house, but with its owner.
|Author||: Amy Le Feuvre|
|Editor||: Lindhardt og Ringhof|
Teddy loves to tell the story of how his father heroically died on the battlefield. He wants to become a soldier just like him. But this brings contention and strife when a new girl comes to town. Nancy is just as selfishly proud as he is and from the beginning, they are enemies. Yet as time passes, they learn to put their prejudices to the side, allowing a new friendship to bloom. Amelia Sophia Le Feuvre (1861-1929) war born in Lee, Kent, the daughter of an H. M. Customs surveyor and granddaughter of a Guernsey reverend. One of seven children, she spent her life writing stories that were published in various magazines, as well as many novels.
|Author||: Apple Jordan|
Say namaste to Meddy Teddy, a rising star in the yogi world, in his debut picture book! Media and social media sensation Meddy Teddy is a cuddly, yoga pant-clad, completely poseable plush bear that introduces meditation and mindfulness practices to little yogis. In this first-ever companion book, Meddy encourages readers to try yoga poses as he comes out of hibernation, greets the springtime, and teaches his forest friends how to mindfully get through a variety of situations. On each page, Meddy shows how to execute a pose, including downward-facing dog, tree pose, the Warrior, and more. The youngest yogis, and their families and friends, will rejoice as they master each one, and work up to completing the whole sequence! Yoga and mindfulness have proven benefits for kids: they help them become aware of their own bodies, and deal with feelings like anxiety, frustration, confusion, fear, and sadness in a healthy way. Meddy Teddy is perfect for introducing kids (and grown ups) of all ages to the practice of yoga.
|Author||: Jessica Walton|
|Editor||: Bloomsbury Publishing USA|
Errol and his teddy, Thomas, are best friends who do everything together. Whether it's riding a bike, playing in the tree house, having a tea party, or all of the above, every day holds something fun to do. One sunny day, Errol finds that Thomas is sad, even when they are playing in their favorite ways. Errol can't figure out why, until Thomas finally tells Errol what the teddy has been afraid to say: "In my heart, I've always known that I'm a girl teddy, not a boy teddy. I wish my name was Tilly, not Thomas." And Errol says, "I don't care if you're a girl teddy or a boy teddy! What matters is that you are my friend."
|Author||: KD Ellis|
|Editor||: Totally Entwined Group (USA+CAD)|
FROM POPULAR AUTHOR OF LGBT+ ROMANCE, KD ELLIS Book one in the Out in Austin series Teddy De Luca thought being born into the wrong body was the worst thing that had ever happened to him. Then he met Julian... All Teddy De Luca wants is for his outside to match his inside—so badly that he takes a loan from a Mexican cartel. It's not like he can borrow the money from his alcoholic mother. She got him into this mess in the first place when she poured his savings into bottles of Jack. He figures he'll get his operation, pick up a second job, then pay the debt off quickly and put it all behind him. When the cartel raises the stakes, his plan falls apart and he's left with a mounting debt and no way out. Ian Romero is a second generation Hispanic-American whose only goal is to live the American dream—finish college, find the perfect partner and settle down. His inappropriate crush on his brother's best friend isn't going to stop him. But when his troubled brother becomes another victim of the local cartel, his plans change. He can't save his brother, but he can get his revenge. After years apart, Teddy's and Ian's paths cross again, neither expecting the passion between them to re-ignite even hotter than before. Can Ian forgive Teddy's role in his brother's death to become the Daddy the younger man needs—or is their relationship destined to fail again?