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* * Louise Simonson Strange Visitor: Superman Returns US Orders
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Review Little, Brown & Co., 2006 (2006) Paperback
Superman takes on Metallo, while a Supermenace tries to do his job. (HW)

* * Marilyn Singer & Timothy Bush Let's Build A Clubhouse US Orders
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Review Clarion, 2006 (2006) Hardcover
This helpful how-to book is a great introduction to the building process for young children. (HD)

* Marilyn Singer & John Hendrix Rutherford B., Who Was He?: Poems About Our Presidents US Orders
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Review Hyperion, 2013 (2013) Hardcover
The poems in this volume are rather uneven. (BW)

* * Marilyn Singer & Ed Young A Strange Place to Call Home US Orders
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Review Chronicle, 2012 (2012) Hardcover
Renowned poet Marylyn Singer and award winning illustrator Ed Young introduce readers to 14 fascinating creatures who thrive all over the world in places that that are uninhabitable by most. (LS)

* * Marilyn Singer & Kathleen Habbley What Is Your Dog Doing? US Orders
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Review Atheneum, 2011 (2011) Hardcover
This picture book for children three years of age and older revolves around the fact that dogs do much, much more than just sit, bark and wag their tails. (BW)