Knock, knock. Trick or treat! It’s Halloween. Come see all the different monsters and creatures looking for candy. Paired to the nonfiction title Celebrations Around the World.
The boy’s family wants to go travel, but they can’t decide where to go. We all want to go to different places. How can they decide and where will they go? Paired to the nonfiction title Transportation.
The boy’s family wants to go to travel, but they can’t decide where to go. We all want to go to different places. How can they decide and where will they go? Paired to the nonfiction title Earth’s Landforms.
The students are making an album for their teacher. Look at all the exciting things they did in spring, summer, fall and winter.
Guess what I am thinking. I will tell you the color and specific things about the car. Do you know what it is? Paired to the nonfiction title Emergency Vehicles.
It’s time to role play. The boys and girls dress up and pretend to be someone they want to be. Some will fight fires and others will catch robbers. Paired to the nonfiction title Neighborhood Helpers.
Mom talks about our neighbors, but Johnny can’t understand who they are. Mom takes him out and lets him meet his neighbors. Johnny likes all his neighbors. Paired to the nonfiction title People in the Neighborhood.
Do you ever feel happy? What makes you feel that way? It's good to be happy. It makes other people happy, too.
Do you ever feel angry? What makes you feel that way? Learn what anger is and how to deal with it.
Do you ever get scared? What are some things that scare you? Learn about what it means to be scared and what you can do to make yourself feel better.
With simple text and cartoon artwork, Balloon Toons are the the perfect way to engage and encourage new readers. Award-winning and up-and-coming cartoonists lend their inimitable and illustrative talents to entertaining stories kids will enjoy again and again. In this charming tale, Daniel Cleary introduces Prickles the cat, who likes to keep the house squeaky-clean, and Squeeky the mouse, who has befriended a cluster of unwelcome dust bunnies. When Prickles threatens to throw the dust bunnies out, Squeeky saves the day with a wacky plan to disguise his friends.
Mama’s Right Here is a delicate, affectionately written reminder that a mother’s love never disappears. Even when a mother is absent, her presence is constant in a child’s heart. With comforting rhyme and gentle illustrations, Mama’s Right Here brings the important message to children that a mother’s love is always with them— in the way they look, and in everything they do. A companion book, Always By My Side, tells of a father’s ever-present love, also written by Susan Kerner.
A princess, bored with her princess duties and fancy clothes, longs for freedom and adventure. Actually, she would prefer to be a frog! But then she falls in love.
Super Crazy Cat Dance creator Aron Nels Steinke is back, and now he's gone to the dogs! All aboard for the Super Duper Dog Park, an awesome amusement park where dogs ride bikes, fly kites, and have an unforgettable day!
A kindergarten-level introduction to wetlands, covering their climate, plant and animal life, and defining features.
In this gentle riddle of a tale, a well-loved horse recounts its adventures and various riders throughout the long years of its curiously restricted yet imaginatively rich life.
A sweetly poetic tribute to the interconnectedness of creatures and the natural world as well as humans and our loving relationships with one another is delicately rendered by artist Monique Felix.
A kindergarten-level introduction to rescue boats, covering their divers, equipment, role in rescuing, and such defining features as their lights.
Believed to have been active from 1810 to 1859, Mocha Dick was infamous for the ferocity of his retaliations against those who attempted to capture him. From the first recorded encounter near the South American island of Mocha till the fatal harpoon blow, the sperm whale was a legend in his own time. In language befitting a sea lore, author Brian Heinz describes characteristic episodes of the great whale’s life, as illustrator Randall Enos animates the tale in a textured style evocative of scrimshaw. Narrative nonfiction with back matter resources.
How does a pile of materials become a fantastic tree house? Time to Build offers up a fun, foundational introduction to six common tools that are sure to fascinate every preschool learner. Simple, rhythmical text introduces each device and how it fits into a particular part of the construction process. Detailed illustrations, meanwhile, present the tools being used to complete a special project. Set within a durable board book format, this is a title all young readers will use to build their skills!
Detailed illustrations and simple text are paired within a board book format to introduce young readers to the sounds and relative speeds of six modes of transportation.
Helen and Ethan have a big surprise planned for Roy. Will he learn that manners matter? Young readers will learn that being pushy and rude can lead to not-so-fun surprises!
A story of how a funny-looking dog from the pound became the best dog in the world.
After one of Meg's teachers has a new baby, Meg suggests that the class make a present for the baby. Can Meg help get the project started? MySELF (Social Emotional Learning Foundations) helps children build social and emotional intelligence and literacy skills through shared reading of engaging texts that prompt discussions about real-world experiences. Child-centered themes support social and emotional growth, address Common Core Foundational Reading Skills Standards, and integrate family involvement with classroom instruction. Stories are written from the first person perspective and center around a diverse group of relatable children. Real-world photos, high-quality illustrations, and delightful narrators aid in teaching social and emotional skills without a heavy-handed approach.
A young monster who takes her sister’s tablet computer without asking gets a lesson in online etiquette and appropriate use of electronics.