Considering someone else's feelings is what this title is about. The cast of animal characters learn that if you exclude someone it not only hurts their feelings but it is not fair.
As Priscilla Pony and Lucy Goose prepare to play a game of Duck, Duck, Goose they are finding trouble finding anyone to join them. So, they decide to ask Cooper Cub and Calypso Cat whom they have never talked to before. After the two decide to join in the game and neither Priscilla or Lucy choose them as the goose they lose interest, leaving Priscilla and Lucy wondering why.
Who are your friends? We meet friends in different placesat home, on sports teams, at band practice, and other places. Our friends can even be our brothers and sisters and our pets! This book uses easy rhyme and fun photographs show children the fun that comes with friendships.
Pets can be childrens best playmates. This book uses simple text and shows wonderful images of children playing with their dogs. Young readers will be entertained by dogs jumping, dancing, swimming, and singing. Children are then asked to relate their own experiences with pet dogs.
Through the use of illustrated animals, this title addresses the topic of why it's not nice to be a bully.
This title teaches students the importance of taking turns when playing games or doing activities.
This is a delightfully messy story of making mud pies. Introduces some measurement tools such as a ruler and yardstick.