Readers will follow along as a young boy packs a suitcase, goes to the airport, and travels by plane to a very special destination.
A series of directions guides the narrator to a wonderful surprise in this vibrantly illustrated story.
A class assignment shows how different families can be, and what they have in common.
Can Dad act like a scary monster? Repetitive text will help readers build fluency while playful illustrations keep them laughing.
Simple rhyming text and clever illustrations build up to a fun surprise ending.
The kids have whipped up a little surprise for Mom. Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
Everyone gets involved in the family soccer game! Readers will practice the words for body parts as the game goes on.
Con un beso suave, Mamá Osa lleva a Osito a la cama. “Te amo más” se convierte en un juego precioso entre Mamá Osa y Osito, cuando piensan en diferentes formas de decir “Te amo más.” Hagan de este tierno libro parte de su rutina de la hora de acostarse y luego inventen su propios ejemplos de “Te amo más” con su hijo. Este libro es la manera perfecta para terminar un largo día.
Want a new way to show someone who your best friend is? How about using signs to tell your classmates about your family? Young readers will be delighted to learn a new way to discuss their favorite people. Both Spanish and English translations encourage kids to explore different languages and methods of communication.
Carlos and Carmen get some unexpected news. They’re moving to a new house. The new house is big, red, and has one tire. What! A house with one tire?! The twins worry and worry but soon discover a house with one tire can be fun. Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Carlos and Carmen have a hard time falling asleep in separate rooms. Once they solve that problem, they’re kept awake by a spooky noise. The twins get their mom and dad to help them solve the mystery of the noise, which turns out to be something not very scary at all. Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Carlos and Carmen want their cat, Spooky, to be in the pet show. They try to teach Spooky tricks, but she’s not interested. They try to make her the most beautiful cat around, but Spooky has other plans. Just when the twins are about to give up, they come up with the perfect solution to the pet show problem. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
It’s been raining and raining and raining. When the sun finally peeks out from behind the clouds, Carlos and Carmen find their entire backyard is one big puddle. But the twins don’t mind once they discover it’s not just a puddle of water—it’s a puddle of fun! Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Tío Alex is joining the Garcia family for a cookout, and he’s bringing a surprise. A big green surprise. At first, Carlos and Carmen are disappointed in the lumpy green surprise. But with their mom’s help and a few poles and stakes, the lump becomes a green surprise filled with fun. Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Ir de pesca es divertido, ¡pero también es mucho trabajo! Pasa el día con un abuelo y su nieta mientras van de pesca.
Olivia está muy feliz porque sus abuelos tienen una gran sorpresa para ella. ¿Será este el mejor día de su vida?
The Hola, English! series provides children with reasons to talk and things they will want to talk about. In Sleepy Barker, Barker the dog is awakened by one sound after another (howl, hoot, boom) but finally falls asleep after being reassured that mom and dad are there for him.
Matthew wanted only one thing on Earth: a dog. He lived in a children's home, and they weren't allowed to have a real dog. The toy dog he got for Christmas was broken; the other animals he tried out as pets didn't live up to his expectations. He never ever thought about wanting a Mother or a Father-but one day, when a couple comes to adopt him-he decides to keep an open mind. . . .
It is very difficult to be the youngest, littlest one in the family. Yurchyk's sister and brother are too old to play with him now; they prefer to do other things. And his parents are too busy. His companion is just a puppy, a little dog named Klapovukh. Yurchyk's father says that being big isn't just about growing taller but about doing big things! It takes courage to do big things: Is little Yurchyk brave enough?
Times are hard for Mommy, Daddy, and Ivan. They live in a tiny apartment and only have room for an imaginary dog, Ronny, who behaves badly--especially at night. They love him, anyway. One day they are able to move to a larger apartment and have room for The Real Ronny! A real dog! He's wonderful, of course. And they love him. But sometimes you can't help missing the things you left behind.
Cuando la madre de Jimmy trae a casa una bolsa con cinco hermosas naranjas, él se las quiere quedar todas. Pero el instinto de compartir con su familia y amigos es demasiado fuerte como para resistirlo- ¡hasta que no le quedan más naranjas! Este día, Jimmy aprenderá un montón acerca del don de la generosidad.
Moush is having a bad day. His sister yelled at him and his mother scolded him. He hides in the closet and decides to run away from home. He begins to prepare by collecting things to take with him: his favorite coat, his schoolbag. But can he take from his home everything he would like to have with him?
Mary wants to play with her friends Clara and Ana, but they're playing with their dolls, and Mary doesn't have a doll. Her mother suggests that she make one using wool and cotton and other things that they have around the house. So Mary makes a beautiful doll, but then she realizes: Her doll has to breathe, and how will it sneeze? What can she use for her lovely doll's nose?
Both Mum and Dad work in offices, but it's hard for a very little boy to understand what they DO all day, and why they're SO tired when they get home and can only play for a little while. With the help of his grandmother, who takes care of him, our young narrator tries to experience their workaday world, day after day, at home in a pretend office . . . and he gets really, really tired, too. . . .
Grandpa had 27 grandchildren, all who loved him, and shared the mangoes he brought home every day. Grandpa and mangoes always brightened the day. But grandpa was getting sick, losing his memory and the ability to even cut the mangoes. He was slowing leaving his grandchildren.