Dad says we have to move. He has a new job. Mom says I'll like my new room. Well, I'm not moving! Change isn't easy for young boys and girls. And when change means moving to a new school, a new house, and away from friends, well that can be downright complicated!
When a very large baby is left on the steps of Town Hall, the villagers decide to raise the girl as their own. Oversized, but not under loved, Valentine wonders if there's a match for her anywhere in the world.
Oscar was hot and bored on the subway train. Then he saw the Island Lady with a huge basket. "Want to know what's inside?" she asked. And out she brought a cool island breeze, the green Caribbean Sea, good things to eat a calypso man and music and everone joined in the fun.
Mom has a new friend who comes around a lot. Why do I have to like him? His name is Dan, just like the stinky kid at my school.It's not easy for a young boy or girl to handle a new friend in their parent's life. But when they all go on a road trip together, things begin to look a little better.
Learn basic, family-related English words, like mom, dad, brother, baby sister and more, through this interactive book. Early learners will find the simple text, paired with reassuring illustrations, easy to understand.
A week of fun begins when Mrs. Calamari and her many cats move into a new apartment and the landlord--who has lost his glasses--declares "No cats are allowed!"
La abuela Rosenda y Elena se lanzan a una aventura. La abuela dobla rpidamente un gorro de pirata y lo coloca sobre la cabeza de Elena y juntas empiezan su misin para limpiar el parque de la ciudad. Su voluntariado se torna en una bsqueda de un tesoro ya que Elena encuentra pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters e incluso, un dlar. Con cada descubrimiento, Elena obtiene un gorro nuevo y la abuela Rosenda le ensea cmo contar sus monedas mientras recogen la basura en el parque. Cuando Elena cuenta su dinero, tiene lo suficiente para comprar helado. debera donarlo?