Readers will follow along as Dad finishes an exciting project for his children.
A boy wants to do everything Mom does on their camping trip.
A young boy packs the most important items for a sleepover at Grandpa's house.
The whole family pitches in when Nick, the youngest, wants to catch a fish on his own.
This is a story about a warm loving relationship between two brothers.
My Special Needs Family is the story of a normal day in Roxy's life. When classmate Lenny visits her home, he discovers Roxy has autism. Who taught her how to bowl? Dad. Who gets her snack? Roxy. Who makes her dinner? Mom. Lenny realizes love makes a family. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
My Single Mom is the story of a normal day in Kenneth's life. When classmate Lenny visits his home, he discovers Kenneth lives with just his mom. Who checks his homework? The after-school leader, Annie! Who makes his dinner? Mom! Who tucks him in at night? Mom! Lenny realizes love makes a family. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
My Single Dad is the story of a normal day in Destiny's life. When classmate Lenny visits her home, he discovers Destiny lives with just her dad. Who picks her up from school? Her sitter, Lily! Who makes her dinner? Dad! Who tucks her in at night? Dad! Lenny realizes love makes a family. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
My First-Generation Family is the story of a normal day in Manny's life. When classmate Lenny visits his home, he discovers Manny's family moved here from Mexico. Who picks up Manny from school in a taxi? Papa! Who brings home dinner from her restaurant job? Mama! Who reads Manny's bedtime story? Mama and Papa! Lenny realizes love makes a family. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
My Adopted Family is the story of a normal day in Adam's life. When classmate Lenny visits his home, he discovers Adam is adopted. Who makes him do his homework? Mom! Who makes dinner? Dad! Who tucks him in? Mom and Dad! Lenny realizes love makes a family. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
A new baby in the family means a lot of changes--from late night diaper changes to learning new ways to play--but in this sweet offering from Brad Sneed, baby tells their older sibling just what to expect. This is a heartfelt celebration of those first months with baby and the genesis of the sibling bond.
A family camping trip means adventure, exploration, and new experiences for everyone!
The kids have whipped up a little surprise for Mom. Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
When the family picks out gifts for Dad, everyone is in for a surprise!
Everyone tries to get Sammy in the house - whose strategy will work?
Readers will relate to this story of a boy who wants to be just like his parent.
Sibling rivaly prompts two young children to find out who can reel in the biggest catch.
Everyone gets involved in the family soccer game! Readers will practice the words for body parts as the game goes on.
Life is messy. And sometimes, the person making the mess will surprise you! Sparse text and family scenes from a diverse group of people break expected stereotypes and celebrate the messiness of life in this board book.
Follow along as Mike and his sister Pam run errands with their dad. After a long day at the barbershop and shoe store, Dad rewards the kids with a stop at the ice cream shop!
A day at the zoo can be lots of fun when you have a camera to catch the crocs, parrots, zebras, and other wild animals who live there. But what if your big sister is the photographer, and not you? Why, then you've got plenty of time to get into some mischief.
Juice, cookies, flowers, and presents on a tray—that’s a surprise any mom would love! Young readers will enjoy this charming story about three siblings who combine forces to do something wonderful for their Mom. It’s perfect for celebrating a birthday, Mother’s Day, or any day.
Join the fun as a boy follows his father and a girl follows her mother, imitating the grown-ups in their daily routines.
I Say Yes! I Say No! is told entirely in simple dialogue between parents and children. It features familiar nighttime and bedtime rituals.
In this story about the relationship between a boy and his father, Edward yearns to be big like his dad and fast like a fire truck. He and his dad go to the park, then walk home, play, and have dinner before Edward has a bath and is tucked into bed. Along the way, the boy demands the chance to engage in grown-up activities, ranging from the doable (pressing the elevator button) to the less doable (outrunning a big red fire truck). Capturing the teasing affection between a young preschool boy and his dad, the simple language shows the humor, energy, and bossiness of the young child, and the father's love for his son shining through. Parents will recognize Edward's many familiar pleas, while kids will appreciate his frustrations and the spirited way that he deals with them.