Rosa Parks makes a special visit to the Sweets Shop and whisks Finley and Fiona away on a historic journey of courage. Includes extensive back matter with biography, further reading, and author interview.
The Sweets Shop always gets special customers, but when Sally Ride comes to visit, Fiona and Finley go on a special trip—into outer space! Finley and Fiona have a blast, but there’s more to learn on this epic journey than they expected. Includes extensive back matter with biography, further reading, and author interview.
Fiona and Finley travel to the 1600s with Pocahontas to see her forest home. Pocahontas wants to help the troubled English settlers in Jamestown, but trouble is brewing. Pocahontas’ father, Chief Powhatan, has captured one of the Englishmen. Can Pocahontas save him before it’s too late? Includes extensive back matter with biography, further reading, and author interview.
Susan B. Anthony takes Fiona and Finley to the 1870s, where the kids learn that women can’t vote yet. But Susan B. Anthony has a plan! Includes extensive back matter with biography, further reading, and author interview.
Raina está ayudando a limpiar la casa. Ella encuentra nuevas formas de utilizar cosas viejas. Libro de la serie: Ayudo a mis amigos.
La luz roja significa que debes detenerte. La verde significa que puedes seguir. Sigue a una niña y a un niño para aprender sobre seguridad vial. Libro de la serie: Ayudo a mis amigos.
Thomas Edison visita la tienda de dulces. Al igual que Finley, es medio sordo, y le enseña a superar sus fracasos.
Fiona y Finley hacen un viaje en el tiempo y ayudan a Harriet Tubman a llevar pasajeros en el Ferrocarril Subterráneo.
Fiona y Finley aprenden mucho sobre la electricidad y los inventos de Benjamín Franklin en un viaje fantástico a Filadelfia.
Fiona y su hermano Finley viajan en un vuelo fantástico con la legendaria aviadora Amelia Earhart.
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
All the girls in class are talking about Kayla’s party. It will be Jasmine and Annie’s first sleepover and they have mixed feelings, so when Jasmine overhears a conversation about a plan to play tricks on her and Annie, things take a turn for the worse. But sometimes what you hear isn’t what you think. Will Kayla and her friends play tricks on Annie and Jasmine? What tricks do Annie and Jasmine have up their sleeves? These relatable books with simple sentences and illustrations in every chapter, make them the perfect first chapter books for young readers. • Addresses social and emotional concepts • Realistic fiction • Back matter
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
Jocelyn and Kami have been best friends ever since they could play in the mud. Even though they don’t always agree or like the same things, these two have done everything together. When Kami’s parents go out of town for business on her birthday, Jocelyn knows just how to cheer her up: a birthday party! With these best friends what could possibly go wrong as they plan a birthday together? But Jocelyn didn’t expect her friend to find a new BFF. Kami didn’t realize that Jocelyn could be so bossy. Will the birthday party still happen? Can Kami and Jocelyn still be friends even though they are so different? Paired to the nonfiction title How to Bake a Cake.
Charlie’s gymnastic team earned the top spot in the Blueberry Festival parade. Better yet, Charlie was picked to lead the whole parade! It’s all she can think about. That is, until Charlie breaks her leg. Now everything is ruined! At least she has her best bud Leo to keep her company for the next six weeks. Or does she? Leo is avoiding her and Charlie doesn’t understand why. Leo doesn’t stay with her at recess or take her calls. Are they still friends? Why doesn’t Leo want to hang out anymore? Paired to the nonfiction title Dealing With Defeat.
Barrett is going to have the best day ever. He gets to go on a field trip to the farm and his best friend is his field trip buddy. Nothing can go wrong today. Or can it? Barrett comes out of the bathroom to find everyone has disappeared. Has Barrett been left behind? After checking every inch of the farm, Barrett must venture into the corn maze. Will he find his class in there? Can Barrett make it through the maze that he is so scared of? Paired to the nonfiction title School Uniforms Yes or No.
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? Paired to the nonfiction title Winning By Teamwork.
Fiona and Finley are going on a family hiking trip. Finley is determined to invent an ice cream that won't melt to celebrate. Albert Einstein enters the Sweets Shop to take Finely on an adventure that might inspire some answers.
Abigail Adams, the First Lady of the United States, takes Fiona and Finley back in time to her new home at the White House to share her story.
Francis Scott Key takes Finley and Fiona back in time to see first-hand what inspired him to write "The Star-Spangled Banner."
Join Fiona and Finley as they travel back in time with America's first professional female astronomer, Maria Mitchell.
Fiona and Finley travel back in time with Benjamin Franklin.
When inventor Thomas Edison visits the family's Sweets Shop, Finley and Fiona embark on a sweet adventure through history.
Time Hop customer Clara Barton takes Fiona and Finley on a journey back to the Civil War, where they help her care for wounded soldiers.