In this little stinKer adventure, best friends Britt and Jen are enjoying a fun summer day at the pool with all of the StinkyKids. While playing Marco Polo, the kids hear a familiar sound...the ice cream truck. The StinkyKids excitement over these tasty treats quickly turns sour when Britt and Jen get into a disagreement over which flavor they should all buy. Jen tells Britt that she wants them to get the same flavor because "that's what best friends do." Britt gets upset as she does not like Jen's bullying and does not want to follow her. Can these best friends be Leaders of Good and "work it out," or will their fun day at the pool turn into just a wet and soggy afternoon? Can the other StinkyKids help Britt and Jen get over their troubles or will they all have to learn a lesson about what it means to "Have A Heart"? StinkyKids Have A Heart is the third book in the StinkyKids series, which delivers another fun-filled story of learning from your mistakes and striving to "Always Be A Leader of Good." Also enjoy StinkyKids And the Runaway Scissors and StinkyKids See A Full Moon.
Penguin likes to visit his friend Duck. But he begins to miss some of the things at home. How can Duck cheer up his homesick friend? Concept: Empathy/Caring for others. Book features: Big Words and Big Questions; original illustrations.
The two friends do everything together. But when Bird and her family go away, Bunny is left all alone. Concept: Making new friends. Book features: Big Words and Big Questions, original illustrations.
Klink and Klank spend a lot of time together. But Klank decides to try new things. Will the buddies continue to be friends? Or will they go separate ways? Concept: Accepting differences. Book features: Big Words and Big Questions; original illustrations.
Acclaimed author Kathryn Lasky explores the nature of friendship in three delightful stories for beginning readers. Creative, impulsive Poodle and loyal, dependable Hound are an unexpected pair. Together they star gaze, plant a garden and prove that two very different individuals can not only be compatible, they can complement and help one another. This book is good for your brain because: Friendship, Helpfulness, Language Arts
Alexa Peddlesfoot had lots of friends at the Penshaw School. But there was one student named Sarah Squiggley who never seemed to fit in. The other students never took the time to find out how nice she was. Instead they teased her about everything! Would Alexa stand up to her friends and give Sarah Squiggley a chance to make friends too?
Alexa Peddlesfoot and her friends have to do a project on bears to present to their class. As they work together, they learn a lot about cooperation and working together to get something done. They also learn a lot about bears--even real bears like Alexa's friend, Lloyd, who makes a surprise visit to Alexa's school!