Its time to celebrate Sammy's birthday! Readers will enjoy seeing what gifts Sammy's family gives him.
Everyone seems to be too busy to play with Alex.
As Miss Flutter explores her new world, she encounters many new insect friends, all of which warn her about the dangerous Miss Spinner. Although a fiction story, it contains many interesting facts about insects. Hopefully Miss Flutter will remember her friends' advice!
Lizzie the little lizard is stuck in her shell. Who will help her?
When Brewster Rooster's crow won't go, he enlists the help of his friends to wake up Farmer Dell.
Join Bumpy the Frog, an accident prone young amphibian, as he learns his strengths and limitations through adventures with his friends.
Daddy takes Ben on a surprise trip to the pet store. Ben doesn't want a mouse, a snake, or even a cat. But when a certain puppy makes Ben laugh, a lasting friendship is formed. Three short chapters trace a day in the life of Ben and his new puppy, Tita. This book is good for your brain because: Early Reader, Chapter book, Responsibility, Friendship
Brave and smart and big at heart. Kylie Bell may be the smallest one in her first-grade class, but when it comes to standing up to mean ol' bully-boy Rusty Jacks, her courage is monumental. Life isn't easy when you can't reach the water fountain, but Kylie Bell's big heart and good manners prove that sometimes it takes the most courage to do what's right. Frank Dormer's playful art extends the funny animal metaphors and appeals to both girls and boys. This book is good for your brain because: Building character, Problem solving, Bullying
SIT . . . STAY . . . FETCH! In this sequel to Aggie and Ben, the best friends are back for more boy-and-his-dog fun. Young readers will laugh out loud at Aggie's irrepressible antics and Ben's determined attempts to train her. Three short chapters, just right for beginning readers, follow Aggie and Ben on their adventures in doggie training, obedience, and friendship. This book is good for your brain because: Pets, Friendship, Early Readers
Everyone knows that sinking feeling in the pit of the stomach just before diving into a new situation. Sarah Jane Hartwell is scared and doesn't want to start over at a new school. She doesn't know anybody, and nobody knows her. It will be awful. She just knows it. With much prodding from Mr. Hartwell, Sarah Jane reluctantly pulls herself together and goes to school. She is quickly befriended by Mrs. Burton, who helps smooth her jittery transition. This charming and familiar story will delight readers with its surprise ending. Fun, energetic illustrations brighten page after page with the busy antics surrounding Sarah Jane. First Day Jitters is an enchanting story that is sure to be treasured by anyone who has every anticipated a first day of school.
Two worms who are best friends have fun together as they tunnel their way through a garden. Includes facts on how worms help plants grow.
This book teaches students what being a friend means, how it is important to listen and trust, and what it takes to meet and make new friends.
Pets can be childrens best playmates. This book uses simple text and shows wonderful images of children playing with their dogs. Young readers will be entertained by dogs jumping, dancing, swimming, and singing. Children are then asked to relate their own experiences with pet dogs.
Who are your friends? We meet friends in different places - at home, on sports teams, at band practice, and other places. Our friends can even be our brothers and sisters and our pets! This book uses easy rhyme and fun photographs show children the fun that comes with friendships.
Owl and Lizard are as different as night and day. Can they work out their differences and band together? Concept: Cooperating. Book features: Big Words and Big Questions; original illustrations.
The farmer loves his garden. Worm loves to work in her home. Can the two learn to work together? Concept: Working together. Book features: Big Words and Big Questions; original illustrations.
Mr. Mouse likes helping others. But what happens when helping out makes Mr. Mouse get worn out? Concept: Helping others. Book features: Big Words and Big Questions; original illustrations.
The two friends do everything together. But when Bird and her family go away, Bunny is left all alone. Concept: making new friends. Book features: Big Words and Big Questions, original illustrations.
Elephant, Alligator, and Stork share poolside hijinks as they mix up their towels, tussle over ice cream, and compare diving styles. Best-selling author/illustrator Ethan Long brings his energetic and engaging style to this delightful story of poolside fun and summertime friendship.
When Freddy moves to the new farm, he hopes the other goats will forgive his fainting falls. Freddy's in for a rude awakening--no one will be his friend. When the kids visit the farm, however, Falling Freddy's luck begins to change. Maybe it isn't so bad to be a fainting goat!
Arnie is always sticking his nose where it doesn't belong. But he can't help it--he's a hungry anteater. The other animals aren't happy with Arnie. He pokes them while they're sleeping, knocks over their stuff, and even tickles them. But when another animal loses its baby, Arnie's nose comes in handy.
Opie is an opossum with a problem--he keeps fainting when he's frightened! And what is that awful smell every time he wakes up? The bunnies aren't sure what is wrong with Opie either, or whether they should be friends with such a strange, stinky creature. But when the wolf comes back, the bunnies might change their minds ...
Sally is a slippery, slimy salamander. She brags about how fast she is, and how no one can catch her. One day, though, she almost gets eaten. Sally escapes, but she loses her tail. How embarrassing if her friends find out! Will Sally ever tell a tale again with her tail gone?
Sammy the Tree Sloth is very, very slow. The monkeys in the trees breeze right by him. Sammy doesn't mind--but when a big storm hits, will he be fast enough to save himself? Or will Sammy save someone else?
Patty the Platypus doesn't know WHAT she is. A duck? A beaver? Or something else? Her new friends want to find out, and so does Patty. Will testing her skills reveal what Patty is, or does the wise old turtle have the answer to this tale?