Juan tiene problemas escuchando a los demás. Si no quiere perderse su actividad favorita de la clase, Juan debe encontrar la manera de prestar atención y escuchar.
Eva siente que las reglas de la escuela son aburridas. ¿Descubrirá por qué los salones tienen reglas?
Ana se enfada cuando trabaja en un proyecto. ¿Podrá mantener la calma hasta terminarlo?
A María le es difícil esperar, especialmente cuando quiere andar en bicicleta. ¿Aprenderá la importancia de ser paciente
Hay un coche nuevo en el patio de recreo. Pepe no quiere compartirlo con sus compañeros de clase. ¿Aprenderá Pepe a esperar su turno?
A muchos de los juguetes en la escuela les faltan piezas. Eduardo y sus compañeros de clase lanzan una expedición en búsqueda de las piezas extraviadas!
¡Jaime va a cantar en el evento de la Noche en familia! Él ha a practicado todas las noches con su abuela. ¿Lo derrotarán los nervios o logrará mantener la confianza en sí mismo?
Olivia está muy feliz porque sus abuelos tienen una gran sorpresa para ella. ¿Será este el mejor día de su vida?
When Goldilocks met Little Red Riding Hood in Bluebell Wood, they decided to have a picnic. Just as they were enjoying some buns, a wolf sat down between them. He said he wanted to be friends, but was that big bad wolf telling a fib?
Ozzie loves to draw. Ozzie loves drawing and being an artist more than anythingeven more than skateboarding! So when his teacher, Miss Cattywhompus, announces an art contest, Ozzie cant wait to get started. He works really hard on his picture of a goat. He knows it will win first place. There is only one problem. Miss Cattywhompus didn't ask the class to draw pictures of goats; the contest instructions say "Draw a Boat." Ozzies picture doesn't win first place. And even though it does win honorable mention, he is devastated. How could he not win? He worked so hard. With a little help from Miss Cattywhompus, Ozzie comes to see that he, with his love of art, has won something far more important than a contest. In his picture book debut, Dana Sullivan has used his personal experience with artistic disappointment to create a warm, lovable character whose story will feel familiar to anyone who has followed his or her passion and hit an ever-so-slight bump in the road.
What makes a mouse house a home? With a problem to solve, an unexpected friendship, and a little mystery to unravel, Mouse House Tales offers twice the story of a picture book and all the warmth and charm of a modern classic. The book's two stories can be read all at once, or one at a time, making it a perfect fit for those who want a longer, big kid book but aren't yet ready for text-heavy chapter books. Whether read aloud or by an independent reader, kids will relate to the emotions and friendships that help Mouse turn her sweet little house into a warm and inviting home filled with fun, friends and cheese!
The bilingual books in the Hola, English! series help teachers and parents guide young children into the back-and-forth of a conversation. I Say Yes! I Say No! is told entirely in simple dialogue between parents and children. It features familiar nighttime and bedtime rituals.
This bilingual series will appeal both to Spanish-speaking ESL students and English-speaking kids who are learning Spanish. Its Raining Cats and Frogs 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.
Herbie Bear and his siblings must learn to share and take turns when playing a game on a rainy day.
Herbie Bear learns skateboarding tricks from the new kid in the neighborhood.
After the ball they're playing with gets ruined, Herbie Bear and his friend Michael must find an alternative. In their attempts to trade items for Herbie's younger brothers' ball, the boys learn a lesson in sharing.
Herbie Bear struggles with math problems, but learns to take his time, raise his hand, and answer correctly.
Herbie Bear is scared to go underwater, but an imaginary adventure gives him the courage he needs.
Herbie Bear loves storytime at his library, but spends more time asking questions than he does listening. He must learn to sit quietly to hear his favorite stories.
Herbie Bear loves to draw, but doesn't like to clean up. Using his imagination helps to get him through the task.
Herbie Bear and his siblings and friends decide to build a fort, but must learn to cooperate and share their items to get the job done.
Herbie Bear and his grandpa build a race car together. The project stirs Herbie's imagination and helps him to learn a lesson in bravery.
Theo is brokenhearted when he accidentally lets go of the string of his party balloon. As he watches it float out of sight, Theo wonders where his balloon might have gone. Luckily, his older brother Zeke knows everything about everything. Zeke explains that it is a little-known fact that all lost balloons end up in Chicago, the Windy City. Then he tells Theo about Frank, who is responsible for collecting all the balloons in the world. Theo is so touched by Frank's story that he decides to send him a message of hope the only way he knows how.
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