Teach early Physical Development concepts and foundational reading skills with this precisely leveled text.
Little Cat goes to the carnival with Mom and Dad. She likes fast, exciting rides. Mom and Dad do not!
This book uses everyday vocabulary and consistent sentence structure to introduce family relationships. Readers can identify and compare family members using text and illustrations.
After an especially "busy" day, a preschool-age boy overhears his mother say, "He's been a monster all day." So the little boy starts to fantasize about what life as a monster would be like. "I wonder why Mommy thinks that of me? / I guess if she does then a monster I'll be! / I'm big and strong! / I grumble and growl / and scare people off / with a sneer and a scowl. / Being a monster is fun!" There are no rules to remember or manners to follow. And monsters can stay out as late as they please, scaring everyone away. As it turns out, being a monster isn't all it's cracked up to be. No one wants to be friends with a monster. And who will read a story and tuck a monster into bed? Maybe being a little boy isn't such a bad thing after all.
Buddy lives at the pet store, but he wants a real home. Who will give him a loving home?
Ana loves Buddy, but now Ana has a new baby brother. Will Buddy ever get Anas attention again?
A curious little frog finds a mysterious gift outside his home. It's Something Special... What can it be? Fascinating possibilities pop into his imagination as he searches high and low for the answer to this enticing riddle. It can say "hello" and it can say "goodbye." It can come as a surprise and warm you to your toes. It can be planted or blown. And it's no good until it's given away.