Great for early fall when the leaves are turning colors.
This book displays the main characteristics of each of the four seasons in a concise, yet imagery filled way.
This book will appeal to young skateboarders and will remind them to watch where they are going.
Explore the magnificance of a snowy evening.
Compare and contrast the things a child can do on a spaceship to the things they do in everyday life
Simple descriptive words label the trucks on each page. Strong match between illustration and text make reading fun.
A tour of the town introduces a variety of vehicles.
Molly's is shopping for new shoes. Will she find the perfect pair?
A look at the many ways we communicate through writing.
Readers will enjoy learning about different kinds of trucks and each of their roles in building a house.
Carla wants to participate in the school talent show. If they haven't already, students will fall in love with this endearing character.
This great how-to book is a step-by-step guide to becoming a clown - perfect as a model fo writing directions.
Students will have a field day with Alex as they are introduced to high frequency verbs.
Using simple repetitive text, this book is perfect for a science lesson on flowers.
Carla can't figure out who is robbing her of her ribbons every day.
The students of Mr. Brown's class make a list of their parents' careers. This book can be used to introduce lessons on families, careers, community helpers and goals.
Will Carla be able to find the perfect outfit for picture day? Students will relate to Carlas struggle with this event that is common to all children.
Readers compare and contrast a variety of footware.