Bullying is a huge issue in our schools today and this book teaches students what to do if they are being bullied and what they can do to help a friend or fellow student who is a victim of bullying.
Learning responsibility at home and in school are addressed in this book. How it makes you feel better about yourself if you are responsible and do the right thing and how other people notice too.
The focus in this title is that it is sometimes hard to have integrity. Having to always do the right thing or say you are sorry can be hard to do but makes you a better person and makes other people think you are, too.
This book teaches students what being a friend means. How it is important to listen, trust, and what it takes to meet and make new friends.
Sharing is sometimes hard for young students. This book talks about different things and ways you can share to get along better with your classmates and friends.
Darling and Lovey were two turtledoves in a class full of graceful eaglets. They could not fly as well and were made fun of by the other students. They practiced and practiced and slowly got better. A tornado threatens during flight school and due to their perseverance and always listening to their teacher, they lead the class safely through the storm.
When the cast of characters decide to have a food fight in the school cafeteria it turns into a real mess. The lunch lady tries to stop them but they pay no attention to her. As the animals get up to leave they notice the sad look on the lunch lady's face and decide to miss recess that day to stay and clean up their mess.
Ernest Elephant wore hats for every day of the week. He needed a hat to wear on Fridays and when he saw the beautiful, red cowboy hat Priscilla Pony was wearing he knew he had to have one. The only problem was he didn't have enough money. After finding five dollars on the playground and wanting to keep it to buy the hat, he remembers it is his friend Mike's lunch money. He returns the money to Mike and three weeks later Ernest gets the red cowboy hat as a birthday present.
Paul and Babe are summoned to help the people of Shadowtown move their house to the sunny side of the mountain. But Babe's strength kept hurling the houses too far so a young boy named Ezra devises a plan to tempt Babe with a basket of apples that help her to slowly push the houses to the exact spot they wanted. All the houses were moved and they celebrated while Babe takes a nap.
As the cast of merry hikers start along the trail they decide to mark the trees with forks and spoons so they can find their way home. After a relaxing hike they start back only to find all the forks and spoons are gone. They are lost and begin to get scared when a ranger finds them and leads them to a shelter. He offers them something to eat and they notice the spoon he gives them is one of theirs. He told them he thought someone had littered and he collected the forks and spoons to give to someone who really needed them. The hikers remarked by saying that made him like Robin Hood.
As Priscilla Pony and Lucy Goose prepare to play a game of Duck, Duck, Goose they are finding trouble finding anyone to join them. So, they decide to ask Cooper Cub and Calypso Cat whom they have never talked to before. After the two decide to join in the game and neither Priscilla or Lucy choose them as the goose they lose interest, leaving Priscilla and Lucy wondering why.
Spike and Mike monkey have a game called Snatch and Stow. They take items from their friends and hide them inside a secret cave. They think it is all in fun but when their friends call a meeting to discuss who could be doing this, they confess to their mother and learn a valuable lesson of not taking what is not yours.
Priscilla Pony organizes the tasks needed to make posters for the new school President. Everyone works together and the job is a success.
Calypson Cat is having a hard time with all the other cats on the ship. They always complained and were not grateful for the place they had to live, or the fish they had to eat, or the mice they had to chase. After calling a meeting to remind them how lucky they are, the other cats have a change of attitude and come to appreciate what they have.
This title puts an emphasis on teamwork. How if you work as a team and everyone does their part, it is easier to finish a task with success.
A different take on the original nursery rhyme as Humpty's friends fall off chairs and all the kings horses and all the kings men cook them into something else such as eggnog, chocolate cake, or a poached egg. In the end, he learns that even though they are a different shape they are still his friends.
When Charlie's grandfather gives him a harmonica as a present he can't stop playing it. His mom and dad are constantly telling him to put it away, but his efforts paid off when they have a talent show at school and all his classmates encourage him and his harmonica to enter.
Midge is having a hard time organizing her list of things to do. Her friends are coming over for ice cream but her dog keeps needing more bones. When the day is through and nothing on her list is done, the friends arrive but Midge has no ice cream so she decides to take them and her dog out for ice cream.
Sierra loves to play outside on sunny days so she can play shadow tag. On a rainy day she sees a poor spider try over and over to climb up the water spout. She wishes it was sunny so the spider could have a shadow to help it climb the spout. In the end the Sun comes out and Sierra discovers the spider had made it up the spout and was weaving its beautiful web.
Considering someone else's feelings is what this title is about. The cast of animal characters learn that if you exclude someone it not only hurts their feelings but it is not fair.
This is a delightfully messy story of making mud pies. Introduces some measurement tools such as a ruler and yardstick.
This rhyming title tells the story of how Jack and his friends worked together to get the job of building a birdhouse done.
This book takes students through the exciting adventures of dinosaur hunting until they find one and have to quickly retrace their steps back to safety.
Through the use of illustrated animals, this title addresses the topic of why it's not nice to be a bully.
This title teaches students the importance of taking turns when playing games or doing activities.