Introduce young readers to school in a part of the country rich with tradition.
Jake and his friends use what they know about toads to make the perfect toad house.
Jake and his friends make bird feeders at school, but their creations turn out to be more popular than they expected!
Readers learn the days of the week and basic food vocabulary as they find out what's for dinner.
A young girl is prepared for a fun-filled day at the beach! Bold illustrations support vocabulary development.
No matter who packs lunch, there's always something missing. What is it?
Simple rhyming text and clever illustrations build up to a fun surprise ending.
When the gate is left open, the farm animals run wild! Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
Readers learn the value of a quarter - and the benefit of earning money - in this endearing informational story.
When Mr. Smith decides he needs a new hat, he has trouble finding one that's just the right fit.
Celebrate all that fathers do: building, fixing, cooking, cleaning, laughing, crying, hugging, playing and more! This book shows a wide range of fathers and children, particularly highlighting families of color and lower-income families, who often aren't depicted in children's books.
A boy's bike - and his imagination - can take him anywhere he dreams of going.
When Jake opens his own lemonade stand, he's eager to negotiate his prices. Will his business be profitable?
The kids have whipped up a little surprise for Mom. Repetitive text will help readers build fluency
A day at the mall can be fun, and it can also be tiring! Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
A young boy admires the elders and looks forward to the day when he can join in a significant cultural event.
Ashley can take care of lots of pets, but can she really take care of a pet elephant?
Mr. Potter is trying to trim his hedge. Can he overcome his neighbors' criticism to get the job done?
Billy unknowingly carries his guinea pig, Zamboni, to school in his backpack. Zamboni's escape and the commotion he causes are humorously described as he scurries his way through the school cafeteria.
Students will be able to relate to the main character's predicament.
Relatable examples of graphing in the classroom will inspire readers to explore data collection.
Readers will follow along as the characters make a splash outside. Simple, repetitive text will help readers build fluency and recognition of high-frequency verbs.
Readers will love the fun rhymes and illustrations depicting a child's morning routine.
Readers will follow along as Dad finishes an exciting project for his children.
This little boy has no time for a bath! Repetitive text introduces adjectives and will help readers build fluency.