The rich Native American tradition of carrying babies safely, comfortably and close to their mothers in cradle boards endures to this day. Cradle Me celebrates Native American families and shows how they carry their babies and, with a fill-in-the-line feature, enbables readers to translate the words to write their own language.
Backpack Baby shares a secret with his neighbors - he has a new sibling!
Library takes emergent readers on a trip to the library while providing them with a supportive first nonfiction reading experience. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, making sure they aren’t facing too many challenges at once. Library includes tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index.
Black and white art and bursts of color will capture baby’s attention with simple pictures that encourage learning. Words include: pail, shovel, starfish, sea shells, crab, sandcastles, beach ball, sea gull, and sunglasses. “At The Beach” is a perfect introduction for babies and toddlers to learn the sounds of things associated with the beach, and encourage early literacy and a love for reading!
Meet Tip and Tucker! These hamsters are best friends and like to stick together. But while little Tip is sometimes nervous about new situations, Tucker likes to explore and see new things. Everything changes when Mr. Lopez purchases them from the pet store. As Tip and Tucker take a road trip, they wonder what their new home will be like. Mr. Lopez says it will be noisy and fun. What is school? In playful, simple stories written especially for the K-1 audience, Tip and Tucker will help beginning readers explore new feelings and learn to navigate classroom dynamics and relationships.
¿Cuál es tu día favorito de la semana? En ¡Viva! ¡Es sábado!/Hooray! It’s Saturday!, algo importante pasa cada día. ¡Pero el sábado, esta familia se divierte!
¡Es la hora de comer, y Abuela está cocinando! En A mi abuela le gusta cocinar, aprenderá a decor los nombres de diferentes clases de comida y bebidas en español y en ingles.
Someone has let out all of the classroom pets at Herbie Bear's school. Will Herbie and his friends be able to safely catch all the animals?
A simple story about the things children might find on their street. This story helps readers learn the words on, your, and street. Bright pictures provide visual cues to help the reader. Additional features include a word list, an introduction to the author, and a letter to caregivers and educators.
Simple text and repetition of the vowel blend 'ea' help readers learn how to use this sound. Also included are a word list for review, a note to parents and educators, and an introduction to the author.
Shares the story of a child exploring the house. Readers will tour the rooms and see what objects and people are inside. This story helps readers learn the words house and my. Bright pictures provide visual cues to help the reader. Additional features include a word list, an introduction to the author, and a letter to caregivers and educators.
Shares the story of a farmer hard at work. Readers will follow the farmer has he does his daily chores and cares for the animals. This story helps readers learn the words farmer, good, and the. Bright pictures provide visual cues to help the reader. Additional features include a word list, an introduction to the author, and a letter to caregivers and educators.
Shares the story of morning time. Readers will follow a child going through the routines of the morning. This story helps readers learn the words morning and this. Bright pictures provide visual cues to help the reader. Additional features include a word list, an introduction to the author, and a letter to caregivers and educators.
Shares the story of children at school. Readers will follow the children as they learn. This story helps readers learn the words day, in, one, and school. Bright pictures provide visual cues to help the reader. Additional features include a word list, an introduction to the author, and a letter to caregivers and educators.
When a farmer leaves his yellow coat on the fence, the cows investigate it. What happens to the yellow coat?
Danny and Dad love going to the library. They like to read books in many different places throughout the year. See where Dad and Danny like to read their books.
It is autumn and Danny is visiting a pumpkin farm. Danny decides to explore the farm's corn maze. Will Danny get lost in the corn maze?
When Dad takes Danny and Bee to the car wash, the car is not the only thing that gets washed.
Danny, Norman, and Dad go to a car show and see cars of many different colors.
Danny has a favorite window at home. What does he see out of his window?
The town park is in bad shape; can everyone in the community come together to help?
Whimsical illustrations show Officer Sam working hard to keep the forest and its inhabitants safe.
In this Chinese American retelling of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears," a careless Goldy Luck wreaks havoc on the home of a family of panda bears. She eats up the littlest panda’s rice porridge, breaks his rocking chair, and rumples all the blankets on his futon. When Goldy takes responsibility for her actions, she makes a new friend (and a whole plate of turnip cakes!) just in time for Chinese New Year.
There’s music everywhere in the city—drumming, strumming, tapping and rapping. Children will dance to the sounds of this jazzy, sassy rhythmic text, brought to vivid life with colorful, energetic pictures.
A ghostly lady haunts her local library for years, roaming the halls and walking through walls. When the library is scheduled for demolition, the building is closed to the public, books are removed, and workmen begin dismantling all the fixtures. The ghost is dismayed. Are her days of haunting over? But then a young girl decides the library needs to be saved. Ghost and girl work together, coming up with creative, inventive ideas to rescue the library and bring patrons and booklovers back. A lovely celebration of public libraries and a timely reminder of the important role they play in their local communities.