Johnny Crow throws a garden party that turns out to be quite an adventure.
A simple, touching story with more than one message, illustrated as a print-book would be. But, no print-book can read itself out aloud.
The classic story of a naughty little bunny who gets into big trouble for not minding his mother.
A trip by a little steam loco, with all its bells and whistles working fine, and even a cow in meadow adding her "moo!" to enrich this simple story.
Every child loves a robot, and just as long as it is not real life, what could be more entertaining than a robot gone loco!
Author and illustrator of Where the Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak is a perfect example of how creativity and hard work can produce everlasting stories. He illustrated about 80 books and is most known for his work in children's literature. Imaginative students will enjoy exploring Sendak's world in this title.
By writing about real-life topics for children in her books, Lois Lowry has touched many readers lives. A few of her most famous works include Number the Stars and The Giver. Find out more about Lowry and her stories in this book for developing readers.