This is a rhyming twist on the tale of Red Riding Hood. All the animals are discovering that food is missing and all they see is a red blur as they try to unravel the mystery of who could be doing this. When they arrive at Little Red's house they determine it was her and she was feeding wolf pups with the food she had taken because they had no mother. Astonished, because wolves were their enemies, they decide to transport the tiny wolf pups to Yellowstone.
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.
Spike and Mike monkey have a game called Snatch and Stow. They take items from their friends and hide them inside a secret cave. They think it is all in fun but when their friends call a meeting to discuss who could be doing this, they confess to their mother and learn a valuable lesson of not taking what is not yours.
This title is set on a farm where all the animals and even the farmer's son are afraid to get their coats or hooves, or hair trimmed. One by one the comply and are amazed at how much better they feel and how there was never a need to be afraid in the first place.
Priscilla Pony organizes the tasks needed to make posters for the new school President. Everyone works together and the job is a success.
Calypson Cat is having a hard time with all the other cats on the ship. They always complained and were not grateful for the place they had to live, or the fish they had to eat, or the mice they had to chase. After calling a meeting to remind them how lucky they are, the other cats have a change of attitude and come to appreciate what they have.
This title puts an emphasis on teamwork. How if you work as a team and everyone does their part, it is easier to finish a task with success.
Sierra loves to play outside on sunny days so she can play shadow tag. On a rainy day she sees a poor spider try over and over to climb up the water spout. She wishes it was sunny so the spider could have a shadow to help it climb the spout. In the end the Sun comes out and Sierra discovers the spider had made it up the spout and was weaving its beautiful web.
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.
Asking Alligator different questions he always answers now until it's time to go to bed and his answer is LATER. Teaches the concept of time with a clock on each page showing what time of day each question is asked.
Beautifully illustrated, this book teaches students the importance of how staying active keeps them healthy.
Packing up and moving from a small house to a big city filled with tall buildings and bustling sounds is exciting.
"Who Stole the Cookies from the Cookie Jar" is given a new twist using vegetables in this delightful book using different animals.
Peering out the window on a cold, snowy day Jonathan sees something in the doghouse in the backyard. Only it can't be his dog, Gizmo because he's safe and warm inside the house. As he investigates he finds it is a rabbit trying to stay warm. He and his mom give the rabbit some fruit and veggies, only to discover each time they check there are more and more rabbits. As the snow melts and Jonathan goes out to check on the rabbits they are all gone. He was proud he had provided a nice, warm place for them.
Fascinating facts and information about organisms that survive by sucking blood.
Engaging text describes animals who are crafty problem solvers.
Provides information about the wide variety of features that animals have and why their features are important.
Engaging text describes animals who can move in amazing ways.
Engaging text describes the fastest animals on Earth.
Engaging text describes animals that don't always do what the rest of their species does.
Describes animals who have wrinkles, warts, or wattles. Gives information on how these special body parts are used and why they are important.
Introduces the Weimaraner, where it comes from, how big it can get, what its strengths are, and the care it requires.