In farmyards, jungles, and oceans, almost every animal has something to say! And as kids say honk, squawk, moo, and whoo—they’ll be learning, too! Why do whales sing? What does a rooster want us to know? This unique combination of language arts, science, and noisy fun is a dynamic duet with cacophonous kid-appeal.
In this delightful tale, based on a true story, a suburban family adopts a wild turkey and raises it by hand. Joanne Ingis takes readers on an unbelievable journey, from the hatching of the egg, to the naming of the turkey, to its incorporation into the family's daily life.
A moose, an owl, and an elephant are just a few of the animals that show up in this fun foray into rhyming.
With a moo and a quack and a chimmy chimmy chuck, and a cat that goes fiddle-i-fee, this lively book about a gaggle of noisy barnyard animals brings new life to a zany, delightful, and well-known song.
New boots, new jacket, new hat…but no snow! Kids know how hard it is to wait—and this charmingly impatient boy just wants winter to arrive. Every day he goes to the window and peeks out—and every day the sun shines. Will those big white flakes ever fall?
Kids are introduced to common gardening words (e.g., "seed," "water," "flower") as they follow adorable eco-mascot Greenie through a season of planting, tending, and harvesting berries.
This title features plural words and idiomatic expressions. It explores the difference between real and pretend and engages young children in selecting appropriate clothing for wet weather.