People shop for things they need and things they want. Before spending money, smart shoppers save, budget, and compare. This introduction to financial literacy helps us learn ways to spend wisely.
The friends find a treasure that doesn't belong to them. Should they keep it? Or should they try to find the owner? Character concepts: being responsible, being honest, working together
Pig is having fun in the mud. But when his barnyard friends what to play in the mud too, will he learn it's more fun to share or will he hog all the mud to himself? This adorably illustrated story teaches young readers the value of taking turns and sharing.
Leon is just lying around when all of a sudden he finds cool items in the grass. When the others come looking for their missing things, Leon doesn't admit they're in his backpack. Will he get away with his little lies or will his friends discover the truth? Young readers learn that being honest comes with great rewards.
Old Scruff is having it rough with the fleas until two sly cats teach him new tricks. Young readers will learn, through this humorous and beautifully illustrated story, the key to earning respect: always saying please and thank you.
When Dog is down on Cat's plans, will Cat give up or keep after her dream? Character concept: Responsibility: Never give up.
When Henry invites Miss Moo to go to the beach for the day, he has no idea what's in store! Will a trip to the beach be a blast or a bummer when Miss Moo brings all the wrong things? Children will enjoy reading about why it's important to think before you act with this fun and colorful story
Ocho the Octopus is best at helping others. And he enjoys it. But how will the others react when Ocho can use help? Children will learn that being kind is easy with this beautifully illustrated story.
Duck Girl is planning a stick-up when the Bunny Troop comes by. But will Turbo Turtle be able to help the troop in time? Young readers will learn that anyone can be a super-hero just by helping others!
Rules, rules, rules! Sometimes rules just seem silly! But when things in the castle get topsy turvy, will Princess Tilly learn why castle rules are cool? This award-winning book teaches young readers that there's usually a very good reason why there are rules to obey. AWARD WINNER: Mom's Choice Award for Best in Children's Books for the Family.
Garbage is everywhere! And Nick spots the culprit littering the city. Will Neat Nick have to clean up the streets all by himself or will Sloppy Joe learn to change his ways? This fun and lively rhyming story shows young readers that protecting the environment can be cool!
Brothers Bailey and Barry decide they are each going to build the biggest house in the forest. But it’s not long before Bailey Beaver learns a painful lesson about keeping his teeth healthy.
Owl loves to bake by the moonlight. But when Fox smells the pies, his five senses get the better of his common sense!
When Bobby goes off on his own, his sister decides to teach him a lesson. Safety: Buddy Systems.
When four friends head off to the park, each is reminded of a rule for fun and safety when using their wheels!
Hey diddle diddle! Cow jumps over the moon every night. Everyone’s amazed – especially Pig! He sets a big goal for himself. But Pig has to shape up first.
When Anna and Max visit the zoo on a lazy day, they discover some wild and crazy moves called yoga. Who knew it could be so much fun to be a cobra or lion!
Ricky Raccoon invites his best friends to a picnic. When everyone brings their favorite snacks, the picnic turns into a fun feast of healthy nuts, fruits, grains, and vegetables!
The evil King runs through his kingdom making demands of his subjects. When he’s challenged to a race by Pearl, the townspeople know the tricks to slow down the King and give a boost to Pearl.
The yard may not be big enough for Bulldog and all his friends if he keeps up the snarling and snapping! They’re scared and upset. But one friend decides he might make a stink.
How will the judges decide who is top dog? Will it be the spotted Dalmatian? Or will it be the furry dog, the round dog, the black or the white one? We all see what’s best through our own experiences and our own uniquenesses. It’s good to be you! AWARDS: Mom's Choice Award and Reader's Choice Award
The friends are happy it is Field Day! But then they learn there is no race for turtles. How can the friends help the turtles have fun too?
It's Ted's birthday and everyone's forgotten the important date! How do the friends save the day and come up with the perfect gift? It's a surprise you'll have to discover. Character concepts: being responsible, empathy, being a good friend, working together.
Pip has a problem. Tab promised to make lunch for the big picnic. But when Pip arrives, nothing is ready. How do Pip and Tab work together to make the picnic a success? Character concepts: being a good friend, working together, being responsible.
When things begin to disappear, the friends want to know who is responsible. Can they forgive the thief and turn a fiend into a friend? Character concepts: self-esteem, being honest, being a good friend, working together.