Within the pages of this wordless title, two mice chew their way through seemingly empty pages to reveal a host of opposite situations—until they both get wet.
It’s bedtime. It should be quiet. But not if your room is a zoo! A young boy is kept awake by his toy animals (26 of them, from A to Z) who employ all the bedtime delay tactics they can muster. Armadillo takes his pillow, Crocodile wants a drink, Narwhal needs to brush his tooth, Owl and Possum argue about the lights, and Zebra hides under the bed. Finally, the boy steps up and puts a stop to the animals’ shenanigans so he can get some sleep
Snag the spirit of adventure and lasso the limitless horizons of imagination to discover all the simple yet fantastical things one can make out of a string—from slingshots to sails, swings to phone lines—in this sequel to Jane Yolen’s popular picture book, What to Do with a Box (2016).
Familiar phrases and unusual characters accompany a boy as he ascends and descends in an elevator.
When little Bobby Babinski is reluctant to get into his tub at bath time, his father gets to work to make the event more fun. Cutting a hole in the roof of the house, Papa Babinski constructs a massive slippy slide for Bobby to use. And while doing loopity-loops and glippety-glides is great fun, it's still not enough for Bobby. In order to satisfy the ever-increasing whims of his son, Papa Babinski goes to extreme lengths, including adding a few aquatic critters. Will Bobby ever be satisfied? Will he ever get clean? Comedic over-the-top artwork brings to life every child's dream of the perfect bath time.
Read along and meet Ms. Hippo who wants a very special pair of shoes. Discover why she needs new shoes in a hurry in this funny Early Reader that uses repetitive text and bright illustrations! This Level 2 Reader uses an average of 6-10 words per page, pictures that suggest meaning, and fun rhymes.
Read along and learn about a dog named Salt, and a cat named Pepper. They are quite opposite, but learn to work together in this cute Early Reader that uses repetitive text and bright illustrations! This Level 2 Reader uses an average of 6-10 words per page, pictures that suggest meaning, and fun rhymes.
Read along and discover how much fun it is to take a bath with this fun Early Reader that uses repetitive text and bright illustrations! This Level 2 Reader uses an average of 6-10 words per page, pictures that suggest meaning, and fun rhymes.
2019 Nominee - Florida Literacy Association Children’s Book Award 2018 Nominee - Annie Karcher Best in Rhyme Top 20! Hannah is feeling just a bit peckish and knows exactly what she wants to eat: an A to Z sandwich on thick whole wheat bread! From avocado to zucchini, Hannah's whims throw Mr. McDougal at the cafe into a sandwich-building frenzy. But what happens when Hannah discovers the towering sandwich isn't quite what she ordered? This messy romp through the alphabet will have readers in fits of giggles from beginning to end.
In this classic fairy tale, retold with a twist, Snow White has had enough! The dwarfs treat her like a slave, so she decides to play a trick on them. She pretends to eat a poisoned apple. Now she will find out what the dwarfs really think of her!
In this classic fairy tale, retold with a twist, the elves run a shoe store in Fairytale Land. But no one wants their old-fashioned shoes. Then one day they wake up to find their shop full of trendy shoes! Where did they come from?
In this classic fairy tale, retold with a twist, Enrico Empery is known as "the Emperor" of soccer. When a big championship game approaches, his teammate, Freddie Foulo, tells the Emperor about a very special soccer uniform that only the most amazing players can see.
In this classic fairy tale, retold with a twist, the Pied Piper has been asked to rid the town of rats. But when he plays his magic pipe, the rats are still there, but unexpected things start to happen.
In this classic fairy tale, retold with a twist, meet three fashionista goats. They love all things frilly. But will the troll share their passion for fashion?
In this classic fairy tale, retold with a twist, a funny little man with an unusual name appears when the poor cheesemaker's daughter needs his help. He makes her beautiful for a ball, but what will he ask for in return?
In this classic fairy tale, retold with a twist, the Prince of Pop is driving through the forest when he hears a stunning voice singing. It's Rapunzel! The only problem is she is locked in a tower by a witch. Can he free her and make Rapunzel into his next big pop star?
In this classic fairy tale, retold with a twist, Hansel and Gretel are eat a lot of junk food and aren't very active. Their father, the woodcutter, plans a trip for them to the woods for exercise. But the children get lost and discover a hungry - but health-conscious - witch!
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.