Since 1933, The Story About Ping has captivated generations of readers, but never before has it been available in a mass-market paperback format. No one can deny the appeal of the book's hero, Ping, the spirited little duck who lives on a boat on the Yangtze River. Ping's misadventures one night while exploring the world around his home form the basis of this timeless classic, which is brought to life by Kurt Wiese's warm and poignant illustrations.
Another great book from another great series
I enjoyed this book! :)
The Boxcar Children, by Gertrude Chandler Warner
nancy drew--read 'em all....girl detective
As Sure as the Dawn by Francine Rivers. This is the final book in the Mark of the Lion Trilogy & continues only the story of Atretes from the first book. I loved reading it & seeing Atretes character development & as a book on it's own is excellent, though as I can't help but compare it to the first two, it is probably my least favourite off the Trilogy, but still a great book. - MJ
Yea yea... so addicting
I think this is the mindset of any girl who reads/watches Austen novels/movies! Funny and witty, this book is a great beach read that I can't help but revisit once a year.