Where does the little boy live? The use of humorous illustrations makes this simple, repeating text enjoyable for emergent readers.
A closer look reveals the amazing changes as plants and animals grow.
The main character wants to be just like his father.
Enjoy this story about a mom and her son on a camping trip.
The baby birds look out of their nest and see many wonderful things that can fly. They wish they could fly just like them. Will their wish come true?
Margery Moose is off to see the world. Join her on her traveling adventure.
Lizzie the little lizard is stuck in her shell. Who will help her?
This story spotlights the scary things you encounter on Halloween night.
Introduce words that name the instruments in the band within an easy-to-read patterned text.
Readers will enjoy learning about different kinds of trucks and each of their roles in building a house.
Carla wants to participate in the school talent show. If they haven't already, students will fall in love with this endearing character.
Will Uncle JT get a catch? Students will be amused by the twist at the end of this latest fishing story by Joe Yukish.
This great how-to book is a step-by-step guide to becoming a clown - perfect as a model fo writing directions.
Readers develop a color-rich vocabulary as Sammy prepares for a winter walk.
Ethel is a stubborn Emu who does not want to leave her farm when it is told. Will Mr. Reynolds be able to move Ethel or will Ethel convey?
Guess who scores the goal in this family game of soccer.
Students will have a field day with Alex as they are introduced to high frequency verbs.
Join the fun as readers take in the sights including dancing, games, and a Mariachi band.
Firefighter Fred is off to a fire. What will he need to take with him?
Using simple repetitive text, this book is perfect for a science lesson on flowers.
The king is ready to step down and must choose one of his many sons to replace him. A contest will determine who inherits the throne.
Young readers will appreciate the humor in this story long before the main characters realize the laugh they have coming. This is a warm, loving family story about good intentions.
A lovely story about a young boy going to visit his grandfather.
Hayfa is off to the market to sell hats for her sick father. But will a pesky camel keep her from bringing home any money?
Step-by-step directions for the reader to follow to make a card. A great writing model.