Archive for March, 2012

Garfield Beefs Up by Jim Davis.

Garfield spreads even more mirth-and girth-to cartoon lovers everywhere. Whether he´s dissing Jon´s latest date, kicking Odie off the kitchen table, this well-rounded cat has an insatiable appetite for fun!

March 30, 2012 at 2:11 pm 2 comments

Real Girls´Guide to Everything by Erin Brereton.

The ultimate guide!

There´s so much more to being a girl than cute clothes, perfect shades for lip gloss, and teen pop stars-okay, those things are important too-but today´s real girls also face the challenges of developing self-confidence, choosing great friends, and developing a healthy lifestyles. This book is a handbook that uses humor and a fresh approach to emphasize positivity and achievement,.

March 30, 2012 at 1:58 pm Leave a comment

Phineas and Ferb: Look & Find.


Look for hidden objects in this Look and Find adventure!

Start with the challenges! Quick! Before Candace tells Mom and tries to BUST you!

March 30, 2012 at 1:54 pm Leave a comment

Myth Busters: Don´t Try This at Home! by Mary Packard.

It´s a though job separating truth from urban legend, but the MythBusters are here to serve. For example, is it true that if you step in quicksand you´ll be sucked down to your death? Only two men would be inventive – and adventurous-enough to try to find out: Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, the MythBusters.

March 30, 2012 at 1:50 pm Leave a comment

Dear Dumb Diary, Year Two: School. Hasn´t this Gone on Long Enough? by Jim Benton.

New Year. Even More Dumb.

Dear Dumb Diary,

When Dad brought i up this morning, I pointed out that I´m doing well in all of my classes except math. And Dad was all like, “You have to do well in all your classes.”

And I was all like, “Who really needs to be good at math, anyway?

And Dad was all like, “I do. I´m an accountant. It´s my job. It´s how the bills get paid around here.”

And I was all like, “dad. If everybody was good at math like you, they wouldn´t have had to hire you.

Face it, the less people everywhere know about math, the better off our family is.”

And Dad´s mouth snapped shut like a big old math textbook. He looked helplessly at Mom.

Yeah, that´s what I thought, Math Guy.

Watch the book trailer:

March 28, 2012 at 10:19 am 3 comments

Simpsons Comics Meltdown by Matt Groening.

It´s a red-alert laugh riot when all of Springfield moves in with Mr. Burns after a hazardous nuclear cloud engulfs the town. Then, fire up the grill as Krusty the Clown´s famous franchise gets some not-so friendly competition from a new burger meister Homer Simpson!

And when Springfield faces its worst financial crisis in history, mayor Quimby sets off a firestorm of trouble by declaring that the town be open for business 24/7.

Watch the pies fly after Marge hires Krusty the Clown as her new life coach. Finally, in an incendiary fable, Homer is appointed the new fire chief and literally decides to fight fire with fire.

Link to the official website.


March 28, 2012 at 10:10 am Leave a comment

A Smart Girl´s Guide to Understanding Her Family by Amy Lynch.

No one is closer to you heart than the people in your family. So when you and your family understand one another and

get along, it can make the days seem sunnier and the rough spots easier to take. In this book you will find advice on:

  • How to talk to your parents about anything
  • Quizzes and activities to help you understand one another
  • Tips on dealing with disagreements

What will you learn? That knowing how to communicate with your family and deal with fights when they happen (and

they will) opens the door to having even more fun with the people you love with.

March 28, 2012 at 10:01 am Leave a comment

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