Danny and Dad have fun camping at Beartown Lakes Reservation, until they hear a scary noise. What happens next?
Danny is moving to the country from the little red house in the middle of the block. Danny makes a memory jar for Abby so that she will always remember him and the good times they've had.
Danny decides to visit the school on a weekend and gets locked inside. How does he get out?
Fox is up to his old tricks again trying to get into the chicken yard. What do the chickens tell the fox?
The polar bear is known by many names in different languages—White Bear, Ice Bear, Sea Bear. It is Sailor of the Icebergs, Whale’s Curse, Seal’s Dread. It is the animal deserving of great respect, the Ever-wandering One, the Master of Helping Spirits, Grandfather, or God’s Dog. Whatever its name, what is certain is that this majestic, Arctic animal is threatened by extinction and in need of human protection before it disappears from our world forever.
Simple text and repetition of the vowel blend 'ee' help readers learn how to use this sound. Also included are a word list for review, a note to parents and educators, and an introduction to the author.
Simple text and repetition of the vowel blend 'oo' help readers learn how to use this sound. Also included are a word list for review, a note to parents and educators, and an introduction to the author.
Simple text and repetition of the vowel blend 'ou' help readers learn how to use this sound. Also included are a word list for review, a note to parents and educators, and an introduction to the author.
Scout finally finds a game that her mother approves of.
A baby deer curls up for sleep.
A child gets to see a beautiful dragonfly up-close.
A poem about all the things a dog might be saying when he barks.
Krystal discovers why a snail is taking so long to cross the sidewalk.
Saralynn helps her uncle discover the missing "puppy."
This poem imagines what an ant's home might look like underground.
A big storm comes to town and Stephanie finds an unexpected guest.
Aislinn finds a remedy for her pony's sore hooves.
The twins' kitten, Charlie, isn't feeling well. A trip to the vet to remove a thorn lodged in his paw soon solves the problem. Soon, he's back to his playful self.
Part glittery counting book, part endearing daddy-daughter story! A favorite childhood activity—catching fireflies—glows from the pages of this story, plus counting. Lilting rhymes chronicle a little girl's capture and release of fireflies, one by one, capped off by a collection of fascinating firefly facts.
In My Backyard explores the familiar sights a reader might find in his backyard. The book utilizes curriculum based text to get children comfortable with reading and uses the Whole Language approach to literacy, a combination of sight words and repetition builds recognition and confidence. Bold, colorful photographs correlate directly to text to help guide readers through the book. Book includes author biography and teaching guides.
Includes Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, The Colony of Cats, The Country Mouse and the Town Mouse, The Fox and the Wolf, The Lion and the Mouse, and How Some Wild Animals Became Tame.
Libby’s rooster, Doodle, doesn’t crow. He peeps. So, Libby starts Rooster School just for Doodle. She tries everything to teach him how to crow, but he just says peep. In a huff, she cancels Rooster School. A few days later while catching frogs, Libby hears Doodle crow from the barn! Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Woof, woof! Mrs. Dooley has six dogs, but her house is too small. What will she do? When everyone else leaves for school, a girl spends her time with her best friend-- a dog named Sam. Rosie the dog loves smelling the neighborhood smells, but nothing smells as good as home. Autumn thinks that when her dog howls, it is a sad sound. However, when she meets Laura and her beagle, she learns that sometimes a howl means something else. Stories by June Swanson, Nancy K. Wallace, Ruth Donnelly, Nancy White Carlstrom, and Erin Berger.
All kinds of creatures! Why is Spot barking? Spot is a very curious dog. He finds worms in the yard, a mouse in the house, birds in the sky, and even a strange tower made of blocks. Spot needs to be careful when he explores! Stories by Marileta Robinson and Highlights for Children.
Elephants never forget. During a drought in Tanzania, Grandma Elephant is in search of water for her herd. Little Calf follows along and mimics her grandmother at each stop on their journey. When Grandma leads them to a watering hole she recalls from before, the elephants are overjoyed and Little Calf splashes about with her tender leader. Grandma's persistence and powerful memory is something Little Calf will never forget. Based on true events. Sandra Markle’s acclaimed nonfiction writing takes on a more lyrical style alongside Fabricio VandenBroeck’s gorgeous illustrations making this story of animal behavior accessible for younger readers. Back matter includes further information about the phenomenon of a herd of elephants that survived a drought, as well as fascinating elephant facts.