The Statue of Liberty stands tall as a symbol of freedom. Early readers are introduced to the Statue of Liberty through a brief history told through simple text, stunning images, and a helpful glossary and index.
There are many different places and people that make up a town. Through colorful images and easy-to-read text, early readers learn the important aspects of town communities and are encouraged to look for some of the similarities in their own towns!
Early readers discover the various kinds of families in this nonfiction title. Readers are encouraged to be aware of and embrace the differences in families through lovely images and engaging text.
Being sick can be a scary experience, but the hospital workers in the emergency room can make children feel better. These knowledgeable community helpers include doctors, nurses, emergency medical technicians, lab technicians, and many more. Children will be fascinated by the roles hospital workers play in helping them get well. Key topics include an overview of the emergency room, equipment used by hospital workers, x-rays, blood tests, and how hospital ER personnel work as a team.
A belief is something that we accept as being true or something that we can trust. Children will learn about the different beliefs held by people around the world with respect to religion, culture, and family. They will also learn how to respect and value others’ beliefs.
Cows like to stare, chew, and moo. Cows like to do many things around the farm.
A zoo contains a collection of wild animals for display, conservation, and study. Let's find out which animals live at the zoo.
A farm is a place where a farmer grows crops and raises animals. Look at all of the animals you can meet on a farm.
A pond is a small body of still, fresh water that is a habitat for a variety of plants and animals.
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.
Chickens like to do many things around the farm. They like to strut, lay eggs, and cluck.
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.
Goats are the greatest farm animal of all time! Learn about goats on the farm.
Horses come in many different colors. Read about horses at the farm.
Porter has a job. He is a Therapy Dog. He likes to go to schools and listen to children read.
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?
What kind of cookies are your favorite? Chocolate chip? Snickerdoodles? Fortune cookies? These sweet treats are fun to make. See what common ingredients and steps are used in making cookies, follow a recipe for No-Bake Super-Easy Cookies, or practice measuring while making a cookie gift jar activity.
Repetitive text and rich illustrations will help readers build fluency and recognize action words as they take a trip around the zoo.
Dad and daughter spend a fun day at the park in this engaging story.
Introduce young readers to school in a part of the country rich with tradition.
The town park is in bad shape; can everyone in the community come together to help?
A young girl is prepared for a fun-filled day at the beach! Bold illustrations support vocabulary development.