Sammy's things are all over the house, but where is Sammy?
Illustrations of puppy Sammy alongside full-grown Sammy will help readers identify and understand opposites.
Adorable illustrations of Sammy will strengthen readers' recognition and understanding of action words.
A new adventure for Sammy who doesn't want to get his paws wet.
Readers will have a field day with Alex as they are introduced to high-frequency verbs.
Sammy has gotten himself into mischief again. Can Dad get him cleaned up without any more mishaps?
When Sammy tries to interact with the animals he meets on the farm, he gets mixed - and funny - reactions. Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
Everyone in the family has a gift for Sammy and a special surprise planned! Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
Sammy loves to run everywhere - what could possibly go wrong? Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
Deano was a star soccer player at her old school in Jamaica but she’s in a new school now, and things are so different. What’s this No Girls Allowed rule during recess? Jay is different from the other kids in her class. He reads with his fingers and has a cool dog he gets to bring to school! As Deano gets to know Jay, they realize they have a common interest: soccer. But how can Jay play soccer if he is blind? Will Deano ever be accepted by the soccer players even though she’s a girl? These relatable books with simple sentences and illustrations in every chapter, make them the perfect first chapter books for young readers. • Realistic fiction • Addresses social and emotional concepts • Back matter
Luis knows he is the best soccer player at his school because he always scores the most goals. Now he gets to play on a really team! He can’t wait to show his teammates and coach how good he is. The problem is, no one seems impressed. In fact, they seem like they don’t want him on the field. Can Luis show his team that he’s a team player before the big game? These relatable books with simple sentences and illustrations in every chapter make them perfect first chapter books for young readers. • Realistic fiction • Back matter • Addresses social and emotional concepts
Lawrence had big plans for Saturday. Doing nothing. It was going to be perfect but it was ruined when he had to tag along to volunteer with his sister for beach cleanup. He didn’t expect other kids his age or the adventure they were going to have. From the sandy beach to the tangled roots of the mangroves, Lawrence and his friends encounter a giant eyeball, a dinosaur, and treasure! These books are perfect for young readers! These beginning chapter books offer simple sentences, relatable characters, and illustrations in each chapter. • Addresses social and emotional concepts • Realistic fiction • Back matter
Kianna tiene miedo de Bigfoot, pero Gabriela desenmascara a Esha, quien ha querido jugarles una broma.
Kianna está triste porque parece que nadie se ha acordado de su cumpleaños.
Daniela vino al campamento ecuestre desde Costa Rica y se supone que debe convivir con su prima Gabriela, pero algo no marcha bien al inicio. Libro de la colección Las Chicas Poni.
Carlos and Carmen get some unexpected news. They’re moving to a new house. The new house is big, red, and has one tire. What! A house with one tire?! The twins worry and worry but soon discover a house with one tire can be fun. Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Carlos and Carmen have a hard time falling asleep in separate rooms. Once they solve that problem, they’re kept awake by a spooky noise. The twins get their mom and dad to help them solve the mystery of the noise, which turns out to be something not very scary at all. Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Carlos and Carmen want their cat, Spooky, to be in the pet show. They try to teach Spooky tricks, but she’s not interested. They try to make her the most beautiful cat around, but Spooky has other plans. Just when the twins are about to give up, they come up with the perfect solution to the pet show problem. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
It’s been raining and raining and raining. When the sun finally peeks out from behind the clouds, Carlos and Carmen find their entire backyard is one big puddle. But the twins don’t mind once they discover it’s not just a puddle of water—it’s a puddle of fun! Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Tío Alex is joining the Garcia family for a cookout, and he’s bringing a surprise. A big green surprise. At first, Carlos and Carmen are disappointed in the lumpy green surprise. But with their mom’s help and a few poles and stakes, the lump becomes a green surprise filled with fun. Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Danny is feeling artistic and gathers his paint supplies in order to paint a picture. Danny paints a funny portrait of Dad. This is the Spanish version of Danny Paints a Picture.
Mientras Ana está en la tienda, Chico trata de portarse bien. Pero es difícil portarse bien cuando hay tantas aventuras en el parque.
Ana quiere mucho a Chico, pero ahora Ana tiene un hermanito nuevo. ¿Recibirá Chico la atención de Ana otra vez?
Chico vive en la tienda de mascotas, pero él quiere un hogar de verdad. ¿Quién le dará un hogar cariñoso?
Five dogs are together on a quilt until they leave one by one. Where do they go? Learn to subtract as the five Danny dogs disappear one by one. This is the Spanish version of Five Danny Dogs.