What surprise does the little girl find hiding in her garden? This patterned text is great to use for teaching color words.
This book shows a boy who uses his imagination to make his own fun.
Combine reading number words with reading the time (on the hour).
Clear steps and adorable characters will inspire readers to make their own tasty treats!
Readers romp with rabbits up, over, down, under, and beyond.
Bear is taught a lesson when the other forest animals are tired of his vanity. This charming retelling introduces readers to an Iroquois folktale.
From warmup to game play, readers will discover what happens on the ice.
Explore the colors of different hats - and the workers who wear them - in this fun story.
Harriet uses her imagination to travel the world and explore all sorts of jobs.
Two brothers get new caps - and a big surprise - when they go to a new barbershop.
What's in the bag? Readers will enjoy guessing along with the characters.
What should Mom and Son buy at the grocery store?
When friends are together, there's fun to be had everywhere!
All the crocodile wants is a new friend. Will any of the jungle animals give him a chance?
When the whole family heads out for a day on the lake, who will make the biggest catch?
Sibling rivaly prompts two young children to find out who can reel in the biggest catch.
Readers will enjoy predicting the winner of this funny battle of wits tale.
Two adorable pups - and their little legs - spend a busy day exploring and getting into trouble.
A young boy admires the elders and looks forward to the day when he can join in a significant cultural event.
Dr. Neal's daily bike ride is bothering everyone. What will Dr. Neal do?
Vibrant illustrations and rich descriptions bring the action of a car race to life.
Simple text introduces prepositions, while clever illustrations support the text and keep readers guessing as Matt looks for his cap.
Everyone is busy except for Alex. Who will play with him?
Readers will use clues about an animal's physical traits to predict what the animal is.
Descriptive words and repetitive text will help readers build fluency and vocabulary.