Snake is hungry! Readers will enjoy following him as he searches for something to eat.
Can Dad act like a scary monster? Repetitive text will help readers build fluency while playful illustrations keep them laughing.
Not everyone is happy with the menu when friends work together to plan dinner.
Two adorable pups - and their little legs - spend a busy day exploring and getting into trouble.
When Mr. Smith decides he needs a new hat, he has trouble finding one that's just the right fit.
The cat tries many different hiding places to avoid a scary encounter. Repetitive text will help readers build fluency and vocabulary.
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.
It's picture day at school, and Carla can't decide what to wear. How will she pick the perfect outfit?
Jake and his friends make bird feeders at school, but their creations turn out to be more popular than they expected!
No matter who packs lunch, there's always something missing. What is it?
Readers will love the fun rhymes and illustrations depicting a child's morning routine.
Two brothers get new caps - and a big surprise - when they go to a new barbershop.
Readers will love watching a wild dream unfold. Vivid, silly photos support imaginative and descriptive text.
Muffin is missing! As Matt searches for her, readers will spot hints about the playful cat in the background.
Readers romp with rabbits up, over, down, under, and beyond.
Young readers will be amused by this humorous look at a child's dislike for a certain food.
Readers will follow Louise as she does her favorite things, and predict what is making her sneeze.
This little boy has no time for a bath! Repetitive text introduces adjectives and will help readers build fluency.
Introduce number words as children giggle over mischievous monkeys.
How long can a new pair of gym shoes stay clean and white?
Carla's hair ribbons go missing every day. What keeps happening to them?
Simple text introduces prepositions, while clever illustrations support the text and keep readers guessing as Matt looks for his cap.
An annoying mosquito introduces prepositions, while simple text helps readers build fluency.
It's lunch time! Can Sammy resist the temptation of a delicious meal that's not for him?
Sammy gets ready for a walk with lots of colorful clothing.