Danny and his friend, Abby, like to have fun together.
Danny tries on different costumes in order to decide what he's going to be for Halloween.
Danny is hungry and there is no dog food. While Dad goes to buy food, Danny watches the clock!
Danny gets a new toy for his birthday.
Danny wants to play with Abby, but can't find her anywhere!
Danny looks for a groundhog to see if there will be six more weeks of winter.
Danny encounters another dog who isn't very nice to him. What does Danny do?
Danny tells us about all of the things that make him Danny.
Danny is not allowed up on the furniture.
Danny decides to visit the school on a weekend and gets locked inside.
Danny and Dad have fun camping at Beartown Lakes Reservation…until they hear a scary noise.
Danny spends a week at Grandma Ruth's house and meets a new friend, Frank.
Danny builds a fort for his friend Bee, but Bee goes missing. Will Danny find his friend?
Danny makes a memory jar for Abby before he moves away from the red house in the middle of the block.
Danny likes to help Grandma Ruth in her garden.
All of Grandma Ruth's friends come running when it is time to eat.
Grandma Ruth knows how to cheer up Danny.
Grandma Ruth likes to feed the little chipmunk in her yard. Now Danny wants to help.
Danny loves going to visit Grandma Ruth!
Find out what Danny likes to do!
With the help of his wild imagination and enthusiasm, DJ, the hero of Adventures at Camp Lots-o-Fun, deals with one disaster after another—Super Stackers, "weeding" his mom's garden, facing Tiger the Terrible and a misspelled sign. But when DJ mistakenly sells the wrong box of jewelry to his new friend Sam at his grandma's garage sale, those disasters seem minor. Riding his beloved skateboard, Speedwell, DJ sets out to search for Sam, which is a challenge in itself. When he finally finds Sam, DJ is not prepared for the enormous sacrifice he will have to make to get the jewelry box back.
Students will enjoy taking a look back at what Sammy was like as a puppy. This is a great book to introduce opposites and compare and contrast.
Danny puts on different animal masks.
Posey Plans a Party has a lot of "p-word" alliteration and asks kids to count how many "p" words are in the story. The plot portrays Posey and her family planning, assembling, and enjoying a tea party. It's a perfectly pink primer on party planning--the menu, preparations, decorations, the invitation, dress code, entertainment, activities, etc.
For the young and young at heart, the Beginning Reader books feature simple writing and hilarious illustrations, ideal for students of all ages who are ready to read words in story format. Each clever book highlights a long or short vowel sound, uses controlled vocabulary, and utilizes high frequency sight words.