When the whole family heads out for a day on the lake, who will make the biggest catch?
Tristan makes an outdoor track for his trucks. This B-level story uses decodable text to raise confidence in early readers. The book uses a combination of sight words and short-vowel words in repetition to build recognition. Original illustrations help guide readers through the text.
Teams of pirates and cowboys, including such figures as Blackbeard and Wild Bill, inject rowdy adventure into America’s pastime in this story about baseball and the imagination of youth.
A classroom visit by his favorite professional basketball player sparks Herbie Bear's imagination.
Herbie Bear learns skateboarding tricks from the new kid in the neighborhood.
Simple text and repetition of the vowel blend 'ai' help readers learn how to use this sound. Also included are a word list for review, a note to parents and educators, and an introduction to the author.
Shares the story of a fun snow day. Readers will follow children as they experience the joys of snow, bundling up, making snow angels, and sledding. This story helps readers learn the words comes, here, and snow. Bright pictures provide visual cues to help the reader. Additional features include a word list, an introduction to the author, and a letter to caregivers and educators.
Danny and Dad go on a picnic, but Dad's lunch mysteriously disappears. What happened to Dad's lunch?
Alex is so anxious to use his new skateboard that he ignores his family's warnings. Readers will enjoy reading this action-packed book and will learn a valuable lesson.
The whole family pitches in when Nick, the youngest, wants to catch a fish on his own.
Readers will enjoy inferring who's really having fun on a trip to the amusement park.
Tío Alex has taken the twins on a camping trip in the woods. Everything is going great until they discover their perfect campsite has been ruined by wildlife. But, the twins and their uncle don't let that take any of the sparkle out of the campout. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards. Calico Kid is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO.
Everyone gets involved in the family soccer game! Readers will practice the words for body parts as the game goes on.
Do you know what is fun? Soccer is fun! It is fun to play soccer but it is also fun to read about it in this book. Reading Star books are for kids at the very beginning of a lifetime love of reading. Each book features less than 50 words and uses repetition to build confidence.
It's time to play soccer in this very simple 8-page reader. In this book, short sentences are paired with fun illustrations to get kids reading about playing soccer. This book is part of the Entry Level Reader series from Xist Publishing. Entry Level Readers are very short and suitable for kids just learning to read.
Lucy has a new luge sled, but she isn’t sure about this unique sliding sport. You have to lie on your back and steer with your legs? The luge track’s twists and turns look pretty scary too. But with her parents’ support and a bit of courage, Lucy jumps on her sled for a speedy adventure! Lucy Tries Luge is the first book in the Lucy Tries Sports series, which aims to promote physical literacy and encourage young readers to get involved in sports. Research shows that developing fundamental movement and sport skills at a young age benefits kids for their entire lives, promoting an active and healthy lifestyle. The Lucy Tries Sports series reinforces the HIGH FIVE principles of healthy child development needed for quality programs, including the support of a caring adult, the opportunity to participate, to play, to make friends and to master skills.
Simple text and repetition of the vowel blend 'oa' help readers learn how to use this sound. Also included are a word list for review, a note to parents and educators, and an introduction to the author.
Jake tries to ride a bull that's as fast as lightning.
Skiing is easy; getting off the chair lift is hard.
The boys play some basketball
Playing basketball helps a boy find friends in a new hometown.
Jeff is upset about moving to a landlocked state until he "finds his waves."
Jenny plays confidently and boldly after watching and imitating the skillful players on the opposing water-polo team.
Jamie has offended the most popular girl on the softball team. Will any of the players ever be friends with her?
Abby is her team's staunchest supporter but when will she get a chance to play?