What do friends do? Featuring exuberant photos of young children playing, sharing, and taking turns, Show Me How to Be a Friend helps provide children with examples of how to be a good friend.
A crocodile named Snout assists his animal neighbors by ferrying them across a swollen river, then is repaid for his good deeds when he is in need of help.
When trucker Jo hits the open road, her faithful little doggy pal, Big Al, is always with her. The two make a fine traveling team until Big Al gets distracted after a potty break at a rest stop and wanders off. In her rush to get back on the road, Jo doesn't realize her best buddy isn't in the truck cab. As soon as Big Al figures out what has happened, he is determined that nothing will distract him from his plan to wait for Jo to come back. Well, almost nothing. When you're a dog, it's easy to get overwhelmed by all the unfamiliar and tempting sights and smells, and even new humans. Told in both Jo's and Big Al's voices, this heartwarming story of separation and joyful reunion is based on a true event.
Shares three stories of children learning how to support each other and be good friends. Vibrant and colorful photos help tell the stories. Additional features include a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, sources for further research, and an index.
Shares three stories of children learning how to set boundaries and have healthy relationships. Vibrant and colorful photos help tell the stories. Additional features include a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, sources for further research, and an index.
What does a good friend do? Readers will learn about friendship in this delightful nonfiction book that uses appealing photos and easy-to-read text to show examples of good friendships. A glossary and index are provided for further assistance in vocabulary development.
Danny and Abby follow the mowed path in the yard to play a game of chase in the grass. Who do they invite to play with them?
Danny is having a birthday party and sends invitations to all of his friends. Who does he invite to his party?
Danny has a special friend named Heather. Danny and Heather like to share toys, snacks, and secrets when they play together.
Danny and Abby pretend to work in a hospital. They take turns being the doctor and nurse, and pretend to take care of their patient, Bee.
Danny tries to convince a shy little bunny to play with him. Why won't the bunny come out and play?
Uh oh! There's a bat in Danny's house, and he doesn't know what to do. Luckily Bee comes to the rescue.
Danny and Bee are very good friends. Even though Danny is bigger than Bee, Danny takes special care when playing with his friend.
Even though Danny has been working all summer on his garden, he wonders why Bee hasn't helped him at all.
Danny and Bee are playing outside with a toy train set. Danny saves the day when the toy train goes off the track.
Norman gets a chance to play with Bee, but Bee gets torn while they play together. What will Danny think?
Danny has many different friends who play and think in many different ways. Read about Danny and all of his friends.
Norman picks out special candy hearts for each of his friends.
A new puppy comes to play with Danny at his house. Danny likes Norman so much that he decides Norman can stay.
Norman is the new puppy at Danny's house. Norman describes what he looks like.
Danny and Norman find a big turtle in the yard. Norman is scared of the turtle. What does Danny say to help Norman calm down?
Danny finds a little worm and worries for its safety. Dad helps Danny find the worm a safe home.
Sara picks many berries. What will she decide to do with them all? Readers will follow along through carefully leveled text and fun illustrations. Pairs with the nonfiction title Let's Look at Strawberries.
When friends are together, there's fun to be had everywhere!
Starfish is different than many of his peers, and he keeps getting left behind. Readers will celebrate with him when he discovers a neighbor who sticks around!