Jack is very poor but an expert at making bean pies. One day he meets a very hungry giant, who, luckily, does not like the taste of people.
Little Bad Riding Hood is off to see Granny carrying a very tasty basket of cakes. She escapes from the Wolf, but the cakes look very tempting. Can she get to Granny's house without eating them herself?
The Pirate Pie Ship is an exciting tale of tasty adventure on the high seas! Times are changing and the pirates can no longer depend on stealing treasure to make money so they decide to go into the pie-making business. But they soon find out a rival ship has a similar idea...
The Plankton Pirates have been so busy working that they need a vacation! Bored of their tropical paradise, they turn to the Windy View Trailer Park as their perfect place to unwind. But will they fit in?
Princess Reverie never stops daydreaming about meeting her Prince Charming. But she just cant seem to find him! Join in with her hilarious attempts to find her true love.
Zak and his family are off for a vacation to the trailer park and Zak has brought his new metal detector. He hopes he can find some treasure! But when he unearths a broken sword, it leads to a much bigger adventure!
Children will love the wonderful pictures in this fun introduction to the kinds of homes animals make in various habitats. Homes are in habitats, on the ground or in trees. Some are in waterin lakes, rivers, or seas. A home can be a cave, a burrow, or nest. It is a safe place for animals to rest.
Rhymes talk about water and the many forms it takes in oceans, rivers, lakes, ponds, wetlandseven in the bodies of living things! Children will love the pictures that accompany the fun rhyming verses! Rivers flow from high ground to low. They carry fresh water as they go. The source of a river is where it begins. The mouth of a river is where it ends. Rivers meander in curves and bends.
This entertaining rap explains that we cannot live for more than a few minutes without air and why it is important to breathe clean air. Children will learn about the role air plays in photosynthesis and how trees help clean the air. Other topics include: how air moves, different names for air, how air has no shape but fills space, its presence in water, and how wind can be harnessed as a clean source of energy. When I say trees, you say, clean air. Will you plant trees to show that you care?
What names do we call animals that eat certain kinds of foods? Children will have fun rapping their way through herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores, but it does not stop there. Students are challenged to say the names of some special eaters, tooincluding themselves! These words are perfect for rhyming and rapping and will provide a fun learning experience for young learners who love to use supersized words. Are you a granivore, frugivore, and folivore? Could you also be an insectivore? Are you all these thingsand even more?
This book introduces young readers to their roles within a family. From brother and sister to granddaughter and friend, this title uses a child-centered approach to explain who children are to the people around them. An activity asks the readers to close their eyes and think about which role they love the best.
There is trouble brewing on Scarytops Mountain. The Dragons are trying to outscare the Dinosyet again! However when a baby Dragon goes missing, both sides come together to discover a surprise.
One day after school, Rumpelstiltskin makes a surprise appearance in front of a young school girl. Although Rumpelstiltskin is a reformed character, he still ends up causing lots of trouble...
Bill Brady is tired of feeling left out by his talented classmates. So, one day he boasts that he is entering his guinea pig into an animal talent contest. The trouble is, he hasn't got a guinea piglet alone one that can do tricks. Can Stinky, his next door neighbors pet, save the day?
The Big Bad Wolf is hungry, but he just can't get near the three Little Pigs. One night he has a wicked planto build his very own robot pig and trick the Pigs into walking right into his house, just in time for lunch!
On Jack's birthday he makes a wish and gets a super power! Everything he touches turns into a delectable dessert. Jack thinks it will be the best birthday ever, until things start to get sticky...
Ella's next door neighbor, Mr. Willis, is mean. She stays out of his way as much as possible. But when she accidentally sends her baby brother's favorite teddy bear into Mr. Willis' garden, Ella is forced to go over to his house. And Ella is in for a SHOCK!
Farmer Marchant gets a shock when he discovers pirates are stealing his COWS! What on Earth do pirates want with cows? Find out and join Farmer Marchant on a crazy high seas chase...
Rap is being used to teach reading in many schools today. It is a fun way to introduce sounds and rhymes, as well as beat. This books hilarious pictures of rapping reptiles will make children laugh and want to create their own rap verses. The funny rapping reptiles introduce their classifications, body structures, behavior, and food choices in a really cool way.
This engaging book uses a simple rhyming pattern to tell the story of Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. Wonderful photos and illustrations show Santa and his reindeer on their annual trip, as well as the joy on childrens faces on Christmas morning. An activity asks children to draw their own picture of Santa Claus.
What clothes do we wear when it is summer or winter or when it is time for bed? Appealing photos with simple labels help children learn why we wear different clothes for different seasons or for doing certain activities. A special section shows children in uniforms and costumes and asks readers to identify when each of these special clothes might be worn.
Simple rhyme gives children a fun lesson in having a positive attitude. In this book, children will also become familiar with the format for dialogue within text as they are asked on several pages to repeat the phrase "Today is a great day!" out loud. An activity encourages children to think positively and see how it spreads to other people.
What do people and other living things need to survive? Numerous images with simple labels show children all the things we need to live and be happy, from water and food to shelter and love. An activity asks young readers to describe how they have fun.
This question and answer book invites readers to explore the world around them. Throughout the book, children are asked, What do you see? What do I see? The response appears on the opposite page. Colorful photographs show what they seea bee, a bunny, a chimpanzee, and even a girl in a seashell! Repetitive text patterns and rhyme engage readers as they build fundamental literacy skills.
This engaging book uses a simple question-and-answer format that features rhyme. Children will be delighted by images of a cat in a hat, a dog on a log, and a mouse in a house. The book also helps children differentiate between the locations in and on.