When a farmer leaves his yellow coat on the fence, the cows investigate it. What happens to the yellow coat?
Danny collects some socks, goggles and a cape to create his costume of Super Danny.
When Dad takes Danny and Bee to the car wash, the car is not the only thing that gets washed.
Danny is the type of dog whose fur sheds all year long. See all of the places where Danny's hair gets stuck. Yuck!
Little Pig lives down on the farm. Little Pig has an adventure when he chases the mouse all around the farm.
Danny and Norman find a map to the new park. To get to the park, they will need to read and follow the signs.
As Danny reluctantly waits to get his hair trimmed, he watches a fidgety little dog get a haircut.
Without his bike, Hank was getting bored. Then a new neighbor named Tommy shows up, looking for a pet-sitter for his sheep. He warns Hank that Elmer can open doors. Book #4 in the series.
Yolanda, the biggest know-it-all ever, leaves her beloved fish Yum-Yum under Hank's care. But why didn't Yolanda tell Hank that Yum-Yum was ancient? And will she discover Hank's big secret when she picks up her fish? Book #3 in the series.
When super snooper Joey brings his pot-bellied pig Pickles to stay, Hank never imagined that a pig with a cute name like Pickles could cause so much trouble. Book #2 in the series.
Pet-sitting sounds easy, but Hank's first customer is huge, homesick Otis. When Janie, Hank's pesky next-door neighbor, tries to help, things spin even more out of control. Book #1 in the series.
Snake is hungry! Readers will enjoy following him as he searches for something to eat.
Silly illustrations depict a boy's search for his home.
Circus animals embark on a hot air balloon adventure. Unfortunately for them, what goes up must come down. Repetition and rhyme enhance this playful story.
Readers will enjoy inferring who's really having fun on a trip to the amusement park.
A moose, an owl, and an elephant are just a few of the animals that show up in this fun foray into rhyming.
Little Sock lives in a drawer with other socks. But sometimes late at night, he escapes through a secret tunnel in the back of the dryer to go to Sock City, a marvelous place where everything is new and exciting. Little Sock loves to visit Sock City but sometimes it can be lonely, especially when it looks like everyone else has a friend. Is it hard to make a friend? And how does one be a good friend?
Bilingual Spanish / English Edition - Funny monsters are ready to move. Can you move like the monsters? Monsters Move is part of the Reading Stars series. Reading Star books are for kids at the very beginning of a lifetime love of reading. Each book features fewer than 50 words and uses repetition to build confidence. Monsters Move is 28 pages long and features 19 different words for your child to master.
In this silly installment in the Cat and Dog Readers Series, the cat may be minding his own business, but the boy certainly wants to know what is going on. As the cat sits on things, the boy wonders, "Will I fit?" Hilarity ensues.
In this silly book for beginning readers, fox shows off all the wrong socks before finally finding the right pair. Fox Needs Socks is part of the Reading Stars series. Reading Star books are for kids at the very beginning of a lifetime love of reading. Each book features less than 50 words and uses repetition to build confidence. Fox Needs Socks is 24 pages long and features 16 different sight words for the reader to master.
Sarah Jane Hartwell and her class are back. After the stress of her last attempt at taking her class on a field trip (seen in First Year Letters), Mrs. Hartwell has a plan for an upcoming trip to the zoo—a plan that includes a lot of rules. Her students prove that they can line up straight, walk quietly, and take plenty of notes, but everyone soon realizes that this field trip isn’t as much fun as they’d hoped. Mrs. Hartwell rethinks her plan and saves the day.
Oh, the Prince has a boo-boo: he bumped his head and needs a band-aid. Who will get it? The nanny starts the cry, and soon the cook, the King, the Queen, the general all swing into action. An entertaining cumulative story with rhythmic word repetition that enhances the reading experience.
Is that a pet in a net? Flip a page and watch a jet get wet. Wet Pet features these word families: -et, -am, -ed.
Offering a springboard into independent reading, Flip-a-Word takes kids from a single word, to a phrase, to a simple sentence. From there, eye-catching illustrations lead kids to imagine story scenarios only a child could dream up!
Is that bow in the snow? Will we meet on the street? Flip a page and watch a feet turn into a feet meet and then beet on feet! Snow Bow features these word families: -ow, -eet, -ate.