A sing-along-story set to the cadence of The Farmer in the Dell, featuring horses, chickens and lots of farming fun! It’s time to go to the farm, but what will we do there?
Little Hoo is a scaredy-owl but he's ready for his first visit to the beach. He might be anxious about sharks, seaweed and pinching crabs, but he soon discovers that playing at the beach is lots of fun.
There's a new super spy in town! Secret Agent Josephine may not look like a super mom, but when she goes to work, bad guys better watch out for her crafty tricks. In this Secret Agent Josephine adventure, our heroine travels to Paris to scope out some new craft supplies and stop an infamous art thief. Donning disguises and stocking up on the tools of her trade, Secret Agent Josephine tracks the thief through the streets of Paris. But when she's spotted, will her crafting skills be able to get her out of a jam?
Children spend their afternoon at the beach building a sand castle, jumping over waves and chasing sea gulls. In this sweet and lyrical text, a brother and sister must confront the power of the tides as they seek to save their sand castle from ruin.
Danny and Dad go shopping at the pet store. Danny sees many things he would like to buy. What items does Dad let him put into the cart?
Lulu and her cousin Rocky are visiting Music City--Nashville! There are so many fun things to see and do, like visiting the Goo-Goo Shop to make the famous candies, climbing the dragon at Fannie Mae Dees Park, and standing on the stage of Ryman Auditorium. This third book in the Our City Adventures series explores the city of Nashville, visiting well-known sites like the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Adventure Science Center, as well as unexpected gems.
Meet Mole in this very simple 8-page reader. In this book, short sentences are paired with fun illustrations to get kids reading about Mole and his trip to the beach. This book is part of the Entry Level Reader series from Xist Publishing. Entry Level Readers are very short and suitable for kids just learning to read.
Danny likes to try on different hats. With each hat, Danny pretends he has a different job.
Danny and Bee look for a honeybee yard. They visit a honeybee yard with wooden honeybee homes. Danny wonders if Bee find new friends.
Listen to the story! Read the story! Sing the Story! “At the Farm,” includes the Read-along version of the story followed by the same story sung in an adorable song. Explore the farm and learn what sounds all the silly farm animals make! Young readers will recognize word patterns and find it easy to follow along. They can also practice early math skills by counting the animals on each adorably-illustrated page. “Look at the pigs playing in the mud. I see three little pigs and they’re all having fun. Now the sheep in the pen look ready to play. They’re going baa, baa, baa on this bright sunny day.” Rhyming text will have young children following and reading along in no time. “At The Farm” is a great book to reinforce early literacy skills.
The Cat's Meow Shop has a corner that needs something purrfect.
Tex and Indi's class visit the fire station where they meet a dog that acts like a "monster."
Tex, Indi and their friends visit an apple orchard.
Tex and Indi go to day camp, and play all sorts of fun animal-themed games.
Squirrel follows a boy and his mom. Soon many other animals join Squirrel who somehow knew that the boy had two muffins in a bag and was going to drop crumbs all over the place.
Tex and Ind's class take a field trip to the store that Tex and Indi's parents own.
Tex and Indi play at the beach with their family. Tex's sandwich gets covered in sand.
Tex, Indi, Gran, and Poppy take a ride on a ferry.
A child digs holes in the sand and watches the sea fill them with water.
A family goes downstairs and leaves for the shopping mall where the stairs go down with them too!
Gran and Poppy are visiting so Tex and Indi's whole family takes a trip to Golden Gate Park for the day.
It's raining outside so Andy and his friends play dress-up to act like monsters and dinosaurs.
Flora and Grandpa go to the fair. They have an exciting day eating ice-cream petting the animals and going on the rides.
A mother and child talk about what they see out their kitchen window. Mom sees something that needs to be rescued and the two play "I spy." When the daughter sees that it's a chick that needs to be kept safe, she carefully takes it back to the barn.
Gina and her dad go shopping for school supplies.