Books I Recommend: When Turtle Grew Feathers by Tim Tingle

Hey, everyone! This is my 40th book recommendation. I hope you enjoy!

1. When Turtle Grew Feathers by Tim Tingle

2. Helen Keller’s Best Friend Belle by Holly M. Barry

3. Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker by Lynda Jones

4. My Father’s Shop by Satomi Ichikawa

5. King Solomon and the Bee by Dalia Hardof Renberg

6. Hili and the Magic Stew by Shulamith Levey Oppenheim

7. The First Drawing by Mordicai Gerstein

8. Stars Above Us by Geoffrey Norman

9. The Hand Of Zeus by Katerina and Aegea Barclay

10. This Big Sky by Pat Mora

11. The Abacus Contest by Priscilla Wu

12. Pocahontas by Caryn Jenner

13. Michelangelo by Mike Venezia

14. Encyclopedia Brown Keeps The Peace by Donald J. Sobol

15. Marie Antoinette by Jane Bingham

16. Who Is Jeff Kinney? by Patrick Kinney

17. Who Was Sitting Bull? by Stephanie Spinner

18. Mystery of the Fallen Treasure by Gertrude Chandler Warner

19. Who Was Neil Armstrong? by Roberta Edwards

20. Who Was Charles Dickens? by Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso

21. Today At The Blue-bird Café by Deborah Ruddell

22. A Blue Butterfly by Bijou Le Tord

23. Weslandia by Paul Fleischman

24. Isabelle by Laurence Yep

25. The Jellyfish Season by Mary Downing Hahn

26. Flutter by Erin E. Moulton

27. The Mystery of the Pirate’s Map by Gertrude Chandler Warner

28. Angels and Other Strangers by Katherine Paterson

29. Who Was Andy Warhol? by Kristen Anderson

30. Paddington on Screen by Michael Bond

31. Who Was Ferdinand Magellan? by Sydelle Kramer

32. Who Is Muhammed Ali? by James Buckley Jr.

33. Who Was Susan Anthony? by Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso

34. The Popularity Spell by Toni Gallagher

35. Thea Stilton and the Spanish Dance Mission by Geronimo Stilton

36. Who Is Steven Spielberg? by Stephanie Spinner

37. Dance Off by Carolyn Keene

38. The Dog Gone Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner

39. Boris by Cynthia Rylant

40. The Quilt by Gary Paulsen

41. Bluefish by Pat Schmatz

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A Friendship Story: A Friendship Between 4 Types of Candy

Hi there! This story will be for friendship. It should be helpful. You are about to enter a story about 4 candies friendship with a moral.

Jellybean went walking and found his friend Rocky (also known as Rock Candy). So Jellybean told him his wish of how he wanted to be seen. After that, Rocky set off to help his friend with a flyer. Shortly after, he ran into Orange Slice.

So he told Orange all about it. Before long, Orange set off to help Jellybean. After that, the candies became desperate and determined to help Jellybean.

A few days later, they ran into Jellybean and they told him their plan and he liked it. The plan was to let Jellybean do funny tricks. In 2 days, they put on a show.

In just 2 months, he got extremely popular. He was happy that his wish came true. From that day, they became best friends.

The moral of that story was if you wish something badly and you tell someone. Chances are you might just get your wish. Wasn’t that a great story?


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