A house cat lives the life of a wild tiger thanks to its vivid imagination.
When a boy loses his best car under his bed, he discovers a magic trap door that will take him to the past. In this first adventure, the trap door opens into the time of the dinosaurs. In Magic Trapdoor Beginning Readers, short and simple sentences tell an exciting story. Call-out text boxes expand the learning experience with nonfiction text designed for a parent, teacher or older sibling to read.
Join a little garden gnome for a day of fun. A Day in the Garden is a gentle book celebrating flowers, tea parties, and good friends. Delicate illustrations are paired with a simple story sure to charm little readers. This picture book is ideal for fairy lovers and little children who would rather be out in the garden than cooped up inside.
Make sure you don't stop and talk to strangers! The classic story of Little Red Riding Hood has been retold with simple, rhythmic sentences for beginning readers and fairy tale lovers alike.
Someone has been eating my porridge! The classic fairy tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears has been retold with simple, rhythmic sentences for beginning readers. Discover Fairy Tales are familiar stories with cute illustrations, perfect for early readers and fairy tale lovers alike.
When the clock strikes 12, the spell will be broken! The classic fairy tale of Cinderella has been retold with simple, rhythmic sentences for beginning readers and fairy tale lovers alike.
Taking your monster on a road trip this summer? Or letting your favorite beast tag along on a family beach vacation? Wherever you and your monster are traveling, Travel Guide for Monsters is full of essential tips to help you both enjoy the sights from coast to coast--and avoid monster-related mishaps.
A basic exploration of the appearance, behaviors, and origins of unicorns, the spiral-horned mythological creatures known for their benevolence. Also included is a story from folklore about a unicorn’s generosity.
A basic exploration of the appearance, behaviors, and origins of leprechauns, the small, humanlike mythological creatures known for their mischievousness. Also included is a story from folklore about how a leprechaun tricked a farmer.
A basic exploration of the appearance, behaviors, and origins of mermaids, the aquatic mythological creatures known for their singing. Also included is a story from folklore about how a mermaid returned a beggar’s kindness.
A basic exploration of the appearance, behaviors, and origins of dragons, the scaly mythological creatures known for their ability to fly. Also included is a story from folklore about the defeat of a dragon named Lindwurm.
Writing is an important skill that kids use almost every day. The goal of the Write it Right series is to make kids writing experts. Writing a Fairy Tale is full of tips and tricks to help kids craft a whimsical tale, from Once Upon a Time to Happily Ever After. This book includes a table of contents, glossary, index, author biography, activities, and instructions.
Writing is an important skill that kids use almost every day. The goal of the Write it Right series is to make kids writing experts. Writing a Fractured Fairy Tale is full of tips and tricks to help kids fracture their own tale, from mixing up characters to creating conflict. This book includes a table of contents, glossary, index, author biography, activities, and instructions.
David and the Tooth Fairy resolve a misunderstanding.
The townspeople have run out of apples but the monster demands an apple pie every day . . . who can help?
The animals host a wedding between a mouse and a bumblebee.
Can the young messenger help a great sculptor create a statue for the king?
A primer of the familiar fairy-tale characters of wicked stepmothers, from what makes them scary to those they harm, plus famous stories and movies in which they have appeared.
Fairy tales! A young fairy becomes selfish and loses her powers. Can she earn them back? Curley needs clean uniforms to deliver mail, but the dry cleaner is closed for the week. His sister supplies him with fairy tale costumes to make his mail deliveries! A lazy man is visited by a lazy fairy godmother, and an ambitious girl finds a job along with a fantastic adventure! Stories by Marjorie R. Sheffer, Linda Kao, Bradford H. Robie, and Maggie Murphy.
Offers young readers a look at four magical stories from the "Arabian Nights" and Scandinavia.
What do you get when you cross The Little Red Hen with a burro and his friends? Burro's Tortillas! In this humorous Southwestern retelling of a childhood favorite, Burro finds it difficult to get any help from his friends as he diligently works to turn corn into tortillas. Young children will love the repetition; older children will enjoy the book's many puns. In addition to its Southwestern "flavor," the delightful story imparts an accurate picture of the traditional way that tortillas are made. A Spanish/English glossary and a simple recipe for making tortillas are included in the "For Creative Minds" section.
When a good-hearted poor peasant gives her last loaf of bread to a beggar, she is given a corn seed in return. Imagine the peasant woman’s surprise when in the morning a beautiful flower appears with a tiny young lady inside its petals. The peasant woman names her Thumbelina. Find out what happens when an old ugly frog takes Thumbelina to be his son’s wife. A happy ending adds interest to this fairy tale and encourages a lifelong love for reading.
When Little Red Riding Hood’s grandmother becomes sick, she decides to visit her and bring her a basket of her favorite things. Her mother warns her to not talk to any strangers on her journey. But Little Red Riding Hood soon forgets her mother’s warning and talks to a wolf along her way. The clever wolf races ahead to Grandmother’s house because he wants a tasty supper. Find out how a nearby woodcutter saves Little Red Riding Hood and her Grandmother. A happy ending adds interest to this fairy tale and encourages a lifelong love for reading.
Prince Fastidious travels the world to find his perfect princess. But something is not quite right about any of them. They either talk too much, or not at all. Some are too old for him, or too young. Others are spoiled or have too many noisy, little dogs. Find out what happens when Princess Rose accidentally comes to the castle at night because of a fierce storm. How does she prove to the Queen that she’s a real princess? A happy ending adds interest to this fairy tale and encourages a lifelong love for reading.
Teddy and his parents are planning a fun picnic at Silver Lake Park. When the Bear’s little red car hits a bump in the road, Teddy topples out and lands in a soft pile of leaves. But, how will Teddy find Silver Lake Park and be reunited with his parents? Find out what happens when Teddy Bear meets a real bear in the woods. A positive ending adds interest to this suspenseful story and encourages a lifelong love for reading.