Relatable examples of graphing in the classroom will inspire readers to explore data collection.
Perfect match of text to illustration enables readers to discover the value of pennies and nickels.
The whole family pitches in when Nick, the youngest, wants to catch a fish on his own.
Readers will identify with the special connection between a girl and her companion.
This is a story about a warm loving relationship between two brothers.
Rhyming text introduces readers to the adventures of an imaginative kitty.
Today is a special day, but there is good news and bad news.
A boy's bike - and his imagination - can take him anywhere he dreams of going.
Two friends can do so many things together!
Relatable situations introduce readers to many forms of writing, and each form's purpose.
Rhyming text, counting, and color words make this a good beginning book.
As each color is added to the picture, readers will watch the picture come to life.
How long can a new pair of gym shoes stay clean and white?
Catching lightning bugs is so much fun! Will Mom be as excited to see what's in the jar?
Carla's hair ribbons go missing every day. What keeps happening to them?
What can you do in your shoes? Readers explore the kinds of footwear needed for a variety of activities.
Readers learn the value of a quarter - and the benefit of earning money - in this endearing informational story.
A house cat lives the life of a wild tiger thanks to its vivid imagination.
Everyone gets involved in the family soccer game! Readers will practice the words for body parts as the game goes on.
A day at the mall can be fun, and it can also be tiring! Repetitive text will help readers build fluency.
A boy wants to do everything Mom does on their camping trip.
What should Mom and Son buy at the grocery store?
A friendly neighborhood football game introduces the reader to simple verbs.
Readers will watch as, feature by feature, the main character transforms into a clown.
How many birds can you find? Practice counting and colors with rich photos of birds.