Fairy Floss

Step right up and read about the debut of cotton candy at the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904!

The 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis, Missouri, was an exhibition like none other. It had huge buildings for displaying all sorts of inventions and machines, exhibits from all around the world, and vendors selling new foods, including something called Fairy Floss, which we now call cotton candy.

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B is for Blues, the heart of jazz, and some of the best jazz cats have been hip to the blues!

Go on a riotous romp through some of the foundations of jazz in this fun and educational look at America’s golden era of music. Readers are transported into the Jazz Age through sweeping, bold illustrations and lyrical profiles of historical figures and musical terms.

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Understanding manners

Explore how to be respectful in easy & fun ways, from personal communication to location and phone based interaction.

Hot Diggety, It's Biggety!

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Ann Ingalls

Meet Ann Ingalls

annAnn Ingalls was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She taught elementary and special education in Lansing, Michigan and Kansas City, Missouri. Her first book, The Little Piano Girl, was a finalist for the Crystal Kite Award.

“Jazz is created in the mind, felt in the heart and heard through the fingertips.” — Mary Lou Williams 1910-1981

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Ann Ingalls’s FAIRY FLOSS, when a girl and her aunt go to the World’s Fair in Saint Louis to watch William Morrison introduce his exciting new Electric Candy-making Machine, they have to push through the crowds to see the fluffy clouds of candy spin out of the barrel; the Wonderful Electric Candy Machine took the prize for Novelty of Invention in 1904 and created a new national favorite!, to Sonali Fry at Little Bee Books, for publication in Summer 2017, by Karen Grencik at Red Fox Literary (World).