Little g has an adventure with items beginning with her letter's sound, such as grapes, grass, goats, geese, and a gorilla in goggles. Additional features to aid comprehension include rebus icons for word recognition, a word list for review, activities for further learning, a note to parents and educators, and an introduction to the author and illustrator.
It's a beautiful winter day to spend on skis. Can you find all the letters of the alphabet on the slippery slopes?
Come along to the beach. How many letters of the alphabet can you find in the sand and sun? Remember your sunscreen!
Do you like to take a walk in nature? The forest is a great place to find all the letters of the alphabet. Be sure to look high and low!
Jeremiah just wants a normal summer with his dad. But his dad has moved in with his new boyfriend Michael who serves weird organic food and is constantly nagging him. Worst of all, Michael rides a bicycle decorated to look like a unicorn. This is not the summer Jeremiah wanted. But Jeremiah soon learns that being a family comes in many surprising forms.
William's routine is all shaken up on this weird Wednesday!
Tadpole is growing, and he doesn't like it. Can he learn to embrace the changes he's experiencing?
Join Bumpy the Frog, an accident prone young amphibian, as he learns his strengths and limitations through adventures with his friends.
Crow does not want to share his tree, until an unexpected visitor shows him what he's been missing.
Everyone gets involved in the family soccer game! Readers will practice the words for body parts as the game goes on.
Grandma and Grandpa have different plans for their garden plot.
When the family picks out gifts for Dad, everyone is in for a surprise!
Silly illustrations depict a boy's search for his home.
Readers will practice high-frequency words as the character prepares a popular snack.
Sammy's things are all over the house, but where is Sammy?
The best crown makers offer a variety of new designs. Which will the King like best?
Rhyming text, counting, and color words make this a good beginning book.
The whole family pitches in when Nick, the youngest, wants to catch a fish on his own.
There are so many fun things to do on a warm, sunny day!
Sammy doesn't know where to turn in the confusion of a family move. Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
Alex is so anxious to use his new skateboard that he ignores his family's warnings. Readers will enjoy reading this action-packed book and will learn a valuable lesson.
When Squirrel's car gets stuck, he turns to friends for help. Will he ever get out of the muck?
There are some good reasons to learn to be patient. Simple text will help readers build fluency.
What happens when a curious puppy is left alone in the house? Trouble! Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
A boy and his sister prepare a midday snack. Readers will enjoy predicting the next element that goes on the table.