When things begin to disappear, the friends want to know who is responsible. Can they forgive the thief and turn a fiend into a friend? Character concepts: self-esteem, being honest, being a good friend, working together.
Bun loves to wear hats. She's very creative. But when she hears her friends make fun of her hats, Bun is sad. How will the friends cheer her up? Character concepts: self-esteem, empathy, being honest, being a good friend, working together
Sox can't wait for the big race. But Tab decides to run in the race and asks Sox to help him train. Sox knows Tab is slow. Will Tab slow Sox down or will Sox run to win? Character concepts: perseverance, self-esteem, empathy, being a good friend, working together
Every day the blue jays find a way to bother Ted. Will these bully birds keep Ted inside or will his friends find a way to help? Character concepts: Self-esteem, perseverance, being a good friend
The bugs in Bugville have had it with bullies! How will they solve the problem? When Beetle moves to town, he shows the bugs how teamwork can help get Bully Bug to back off.
A gentle story that touches on an early childhood theme that good friends don't always need to share the same taste in everything. This book contains full-color illustrations with plenty of detail for a child to pore over.
Many people who live in the city do not have space for gardens. But they still want the fresh food, flowers, and herbs that come from a garden. So, they plant gardens in pots or planters. Sometimes they form a team and find an empty lot to plant their gardens in. People use patterns to plan how best to use their space. This is a great way for people to live in the city and have a beautiful garden. What would you plant in your city garden? 32pp.
Follow the story of two pen pals to learn about time measurement and the months of the year! This charming title teaches children about time, analog and digital clocks, and early STEM themes by telling the story of what happened to these two pen pals during each month of the year. Make time measurement fun and easy with vibrant images, practice problems, and this exciting story!
Follow a day in the life of two children from different cities! This entertaining title encourages young readers to practice time measurement skills and early STEM themes, like reading analog and digital clocks. Familiar images and fun practice problems will have young readers thinking about how they can measure time throughout a day in their own lives!
A condensed version of a classic Aesop fable with the moral: Even the smallest of goods deeds is rewarded.
Bobo is a baby elephant who doesn't want to grow up. But when he discovers how brave he can be, he's proud to make the leap from baby to child.
You have never seen - and never will, anywhere else - such mixed-up critters as these. Kids will delight in them!
Why do we so often want to be something we are not? Even mermaids seem to share this attribute.
Ziggy sure got a different kind of sleep-over when he went to Moogie's house. But maybe this is an experience kids would love to have.
More than anything else, Betty likes to be helpful -- but somehow the helping always seems to go wrong. In this story Betty tries to rescue a poor little monkey who's stuck in a tree.