Danny finds stink bugs all over his house and is ready for them to "Get out!"
Danny and Bee dress up to reenact scenes from eight well-loved nursery rhymes.
Dad finds a homemade sign on the front door from Amy, a girl in the neighborhood, saying that her dog, Spot, is lost. Danny and Norman decide to become canine detectives and use their noses to search for Spot.
Danny goes through his house and around his yard to determine which things are alive and which things are not.
Danny and Norman find a map to the new park. To get to the park, they will need to read and follow the signs.
Danny likes to eat apples. Danny learns about different kinds of apples and tries to pick a favorite.
As Danny reluctantly waits to get his hair trimmed, he watches a fidgety little dog get a haircut.
Danny has a special friend named Heather. Danny and Heather like to share toys, snacks, and secrets when they play together.
It's winter and there is a lot of snow on the ground. Danny and Norman decide to build a snowman. What happens to the snowman's nose?
Danny and his dog friends have a race in the backyard to determine who is the fastest runner. Ready, set, go! Who will win?
Danny, Norman and Bee are invited to a superhero party. Danny and Bee already have superhero costumes. Which superhero will Norman be for the party?
Norman has a wiggly tooth. Danny and Norman are sitting on the deck when something happens to Norman's loose tooth.
Danny is having a bad day. Grandma Ruth knows just what to do to cheer him up.
Grandma Ruth likes to work in her garden and Danny likes to help her. What does Grandma Ruth teach Danny about gardening?
Grandma Ruth is a good cook and loves to feed her friends. All of Grandma Ruth's friends come running when it is time to eat.
Fox is up to his old tricks again trying to get into the chicken yard. What do the chickens tell the fox?
At Grandma Ruth's house, Danny gets to eat, see, and play with many different things. Danny loves going to visit Grandma Ruth!
Baby Elephant may be small, but he can do many things with his trunk.
The cat is searching for somebody to play with on the farm. Will the cat find a friend?
Grandma Ruth has misplaced her reading glasses. She looks in all of the usual places around the house to find them. Perhaps Danny knows where they are.
On the farm, the hungry baby goat sees many different flowers of many different colors. Which flowers taste the best? The baby goat doesn't care! The baby goat loves to eat flowers of all colors.
Little Pig does many different things on the farm. Little Pig can eat, walk, run, jump, and roll in the mud.
Lucy has a new luge sled, but she isn’t sure about this unique sliding sport. You have to lie on your back and steer with your legs? The luge track’s twists and turns look pretty scary too. But with her parents’ support and a bit of courage, Lucy jumps on her sled for a speedy adventure! Lucy Tries Luge is the first book in the Lucy Tries Sports series, which aims to promote physical literacy and encourage young readers to get involved in sports. Research shows that developing fundamental movement and sport skills at a young age benefits kids for their entire lives, promoting an active and healthy lifestyle. The Lucy Tries Sports series reinforces the HIGH FIVE principles of healthy child development needed for quality programs, including the support of a caring adult, the opportunity to participate, to play, to make friends and to master skills.
Read about Emma and Piper, her big, white, fluffy dog. Piper travels with Emma's family on a plane and learns how to behave. This story uses engaging text to encourage confidence in early readers. The book uses a combination of sight words and short-vowel words in repetition to build recognition. Original illustrations help guide readers through the text. Author Cecilia Minden, PhD, a literacy consultant and former director of the Language and Literacy program at Harvard Graduate School of Education developed a specific format for this series. Books in this series include author biography, phonetics, and teaching guides.
Read about Emma and Piper, her big, white, fluffy dog. Emma falls down, but trustworthy Piper runs fast to get help. This story uses an engaging text to encourage confidence in early readers. The book uses a combination of sight words and short-vowel words in repetition to build recognition. Original illustrations help guide readers through the text. Author Cecilia Minden, PhD, a literacy consultant and former director of the Language and Literacy program at Harvard Graduate School of Education developed a specific format for this series. Books in this series include author biography, phonetics, and teaching guides.