Little Pig lives down on the farm. Little Pig has an adventure when he chases the mouse all around the farm.
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!
The fox thinks he's finally found a way to get into the hen house, but these are very clever chickens.
Danny collects some socks, goggles and a cape to create his costume of Super Danny.
Fox uses a trampoline to bounce into the chicken yard. The chickens have to think fast to stop him.
Danny, Norman and friends take turns telling some of their favorite knock-knock jokes.
The sneaky fox is still trying to get into the chicken yard. The fox finds a drone and comes up with his best plan yet to outsmart the chickens.
When a farmer leaves his yellow coat on the fence, the cows investigate it. What happens to the yellow coat?
It's Super Danny and Bat-Bee to the rescue as Danny and Bee have fun helping their friends.
Danny and Norman find a map to the new park. To get to the park, they will need to read and follow the signs.
Danny wants to put on a variety show. As a magician, Danny headlines the Really Big Show. But, Bee has talent too.
As Danny reluctantly waits to get his hair trimmed, he watches a fidgety little dog get a haircut.
Fox is up to his old tricks again trying to get into the chicken yard. What do the chickens tell the fox?
Taking your monster on a road trip this summer? Or letting your favorite beast tag along on a family beach vacation? Wherever you and your monster are traveling, Travel Guide for Monsters is full of essential tips to help you both enjoy the sights from coast to coast--and avoid monster-related mishaps.
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).
Lee la historia. ¡Luego canta la historia! No es un secreto que el uso de canciones para enseñar a los niños habilidades de pre-lectura es divertido y exitoso. Este cuento clásico se presenta como un lectura y canción. ¡Cuac cuac! ¡Cuac cuac! Sigan los seis patitas mientras que el pato con la pluma en la espalda les lleva en una aventura, ¡sin el cuidado de su Mama! Los pequeños lectores se reirán de las ilustraciones divertidas a medida que avanzan en una aventura con estos patos adorables. Cuenta los patos en cada página mientras se deslizan por una colina, nadan en el río azul, y vuelven a casa con Mama pato
Lee la historia. ¡Luego canta la historia! No es un secreto que el uso de canciones para enseñar a los niños las habilidades de pre-lectura es divertido y exitoso. Esta canción original se ofrece como una lectura a lo largo y canción. ¿Qué pasa cuando cinco zorrillitos van a un picnic un lindo día? Palabras repetitivas animan a los lectores jóvenes a contar hacia atrás del cinco a el uno como mientras los zorrillitos siguen desapareciendo. No se porque, ya que todos los zorrillitos aparecen de nuevo y siguen teniendo diversión en el parque. Los niños contarán, reirán y leerían con este libro ilustrado adorablemente.
Ms. Hippo visited a shoe store one day. “I need new shoes,” she said. “I need them right away.” 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. “New Shoes” will help children achieve reading success in and outside of the classroom while laying the foundation for a lifetime of reading enjoyment!
“This is Salt. He’s lots of fun. He likes to skip and jump and run. This is Pepper. She gets things done. She lines her dolls up one by one.” 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. “Salt and Pepper” will help children achieve reading success in and outside of the classroom while laying the foundation for a lifetime of reading enjoyment!
“Hey! Who is that I see? Someone’s in the tub with me! Does he have big eyes for staring? Does he have sharp claws for scaring?” 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. “Who Is In My Tub?” will help children achieve reading success in and outside of the classroom while laying the foundation for a lifetime of reading enjoyment!
Read the funny story when Montague Morton Meriwether Smith arrives at a new school. What will happen during show and tell when one student’s pet snake gets out of the box? Follow along through each day of the week, and discover how this cool kid makes a special, new friend. A positive ending adds interest to this silly story and encourages a lifelong love for reading.
Five little monkeys jumping on the bed! Read along as one-by-one each little monkey falls off and bumps its head! You'll be surprised by mama's solution!
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.