Dorsi shouldn't leave her lizard's mealworms on a low shelf in the refrigerator, not with a toddler like Travis around.
With a nod to classic fairy tales, Night Owl plays detective.
Mr. Johnson learns that Rufus is a great dog--despite his weird bark.
A neighbor is convinced he's seen Bigfoot. Now Eddie Cathy and Marie want to find out for themselves.
Donald Crocodile's singing saves his family from poachers who think the swamp is haunted.
Saralynn helps her uncle discover the missing "puppy."
A big mistake actually helps Chance and Iggy win the talent contest.
Cal has read so many comics that his thoughts are appearing in balloons above his head.
This detective and his assistant solve a humorous mystery.
Fox's fear is relieved when he finds that Bear is helping the birds not hurting them.
Fox's way of doing the chores cheers up Bear.
This bear learns to mind his manners.
Grandpa and Chelsea take care of their garden together, and Chelsea learns how to tell when the carrots are ready.
This girl finds clever ways to entertain her brother and his friends until Mom comes home.
Everyone in Maddie's neighborhood gets a chance to do a favorite chore--for someone else!
Isabel has saved her family from a lifetime of having strawberry shortcake for dessert but . . .
Michael went into a cave to get some moss and stalactite drippings for his jungle journal . . . and that was just the beginning!
Rory thinks nothing funny ever happens to him until he tells the class about his weekend.
Offers young readers a look at Mark Twain's distinctive sense of humor as revealed in tales of the old West, Missouri, and medieval Europe.
Offers young readers a look at four comic tales, including "The Six Sillies," "Blockhead Hans," and "The Emperor's New CLothes."
From "Mary, Mary, Tall and Scary" to "Wee Willie Werewolf," this collection of classic nursery rhymes turned on their heads will give readers the chills--and a serious case of belly laughs. With clever rhyme and spooky illustrations, Mother Ghost is perfect for getting in the Halloween spirit. Boo!
Trying to juggle his job at "Taste of Italy" along with writing papers for school and his graduation requirement to volunteer at the Golden Oaks Retirement Home, class clown Derrick uses humor to get the jobs done.
From the same team that brought you My Momma Likes to Say comes this delightful interpretation of maxims, idioms, proverbs, and clichs many students remember hearing on a regular basis in the classroom. From "Do you have ants in your pants?" to "Stick together!" and "Great minds think alike," readers will be intrigued by the history of these adages, told in poetry form as well as expository text, and amused by the witty illustrations, depicting these sayings as a child might imagine them. Growing up with six sisters and one brother, there has never been a dull moment in Denise Brennan-Nelson's life. She continues to keep the pace lively as a motivational speaker, children's author, and mother. She is the author of My Momma Likes to Say and Buzzy the Bumblebee, also from Sleeping Bear Press. Denise lives with her family in Howell, Michigan. Jane Monroe Donovan's parents encouraged her to follow her heart and it led to her love of sketching and painting. In addition to My Teacher Likes to Say, Jane also illustrated Sunny Numbers: A Florida Counting Book and My Momma Likes to Say. She is currently working on a Christmas title for Sleeping Bear Press. Jane lives with her family in Pinckney, Michigan.
Eighth-grader Derrick wants to be a stand-up comedian, but his football coach, his parents, Joe, his boss at Taste of Italy, his English teacher Dowling the Dragon, and his Mr. Perfect older brother Craig don't think he's so funny. When Derrick discovers he needs a B on an English paper to stay eligible for football, how can he tame his smart mouth to stay out of trouble?
A 12-year-old boy and his frisky horse experience many humorous trials and tribulations. The horse, Joker, means well, but seems to cause non-stop trouble.