Mo is going swimming in the fifth title of the perenially popular, Geisel Award-winning Level 2 readers series by David A. Adler!
Winner of the 2016 Theodor Seuss Geisel Award
The third installment in this adorable Level 2 Geisel Award-winning series from a classroom favorite!
This fourth title in the perenially popular, Geisel Award-winning Level 2 readers series features a sport that's a kid favorite: soccer!
A companion to the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award-winning Don't Throw It to Mo!
What happens when you try to make an ice cream cake, but add too much stuff? You end up with ice cream soup! This original Level 1 reader with rhyming text is perfect for beginning readers.
A story of an unlikely, but adorable, friendship!
Pig lives on a farm with lots of other animals. All the animals have friends, but Pig does not. One day a new animal comes to the farm. Pug has a curly tail like Pig. Pug plays in the mud like Pig. Pug even snorts like Pig. Pug is not a pig, but maybe, just maybe, Pig and Pug can be friends!
The Good Knight is on his watch when he hears a sound. Roar! Is it a dragon? A great big dragon? He searches the woods and finds a surprise. Three very little dragons are almost ready for bed. But who will read to them, tuck them in, and kiss them good night? Is this a job for the Good Knight? Young readers, like the young dragons, will quickly fall under the Good Knight's spell.
In three separate episodes Fox wants to play with his friends, but duty, in one form or another, always interferes.
Cat is adorable, fun, and a great teacher of reading!
Meet cat. Cat sits, runs, and plays. But at the end of the day, cat can sure use a nap. This Level 1 reader is a compilation of three short and simple stories all about the same cute cat. With repetition, rhyme, and illustrations that perfectly match the text, this book is geared to the very earliest readers.
It's a busy day at the "Cakes and More" bake shop! The mice get there first thing in the morning to open their shop. Then they chop, stir, ice, and bake their way to the end of the day. Fun characters pick up tasty treats and keep the mice on their feet. This is a fast-paced, easy-to-read book with memorable characters and sweet illustrations!
When a tornado hits her farmhouse in Kansas, Dorothy is caught up in a whirlwind of adventure, complete with flying monkeys, talking lions, and silver slippers. Advanced readers will join Dorothy, Toto, and her friends from Oz on an unforgettable journey down the Yellow Brick Road in this Level 4 reader.
The stars of Jonathan Fenske's 2016 Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor book, A Pig, a Fox, and a Box, are back!
When Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man on December 1, 1955, she made history. Her brave act sparked the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott and brought the civil rights movement to national attention. In simple, lively language, Rosa Parks describes her life from childhood to the present and recounts the events that shook the nation.
Starring in the school play means hard work, and being left in charge means keeping the class under control. Fox thinks there's nothing to it. And, when he's put to the test, will Fox retreat? Never!
Fox is all ready for another exciting week. Will he get to go on a field trip, play games, and read books? Or will he have to eat tuna and wear a tie? The inimitable Fox has a different adventure for every day of the week in this Easy-to-Read paperback picture book.
Ben loves jelly beans, and every week he goes to Jo-Jo's Jelly Bean Shop hoping to guess the riddle that will win him a whole jar full of them. He always knows the answer to the riddle, but he has never won the prize. It's hard to speak out loud in front of so many people, but with a little help from his sister, Ben finally learns to say what he's thinking.
Max has found an egg—a dinosaur egg, he hopes. He builds a nest for the egg, shines a light on the egg, and dances around the egg in anticipation. Crack, crack, crack—out pops a. . . ! Young readers will have a ball reading this fun and fast-paced Level 1 story.
Written by Lewis Carroll in 1865, this story remains a well-known classic to this day. It is the tale of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole and meets extraordinary creatures.
Fox likes to do things his own way. Whether he is entering a race, trick-or-treating, or trying to impress his new neighbor, Fox adds his own special touch. His plans may not work out the way he expects them to, but he always has fun.
Max loves his pet fish--it can swim, eat, and even blow bubbles. But Max is incredibly disappointed to learn that his fish can't dance. Is there another animal that can dance with Max? Find out at the end of this fun and fast-paced Level 1 story!
Fox is on a roll in the love department. First he falls for Raisin, then for Millie, Rosa, Lola—and then Raisin again. Can Fox handle this much love?
With twins, a lot is the same--but a lot is not! These little twin girls have the same hair and the same nose, but their eyes are different colors and they have different hobbies, too. This rhyming Level 1 reader celebrates twins but also individuality.
Turtle and Snake are going camping. Where should they put their tent? They splash through a brook, climb over some rocks, and paddle across a pond, before they find the perfect spot. But the forest is a little too scary at night. These endearing characters help beginning readers gain confidence.
Level 3. Over the course of three episodes, Fox babysits rowdy children and ends up on TV, makes a big fuss over a small injury but learns to be brave, and finds a place where he can really show off - in a parade! There are colorful watercolor illustrations throughout.
Soar to new heights with the story of the world's most famous female pilot, Amelia Earhart!
The much-heralded Good Knight is back-only this time his three little dragon friends are sick in bed. Their scaly foreheads are hot and their noses are drip-drip-dripping. They feel awful. The Good Knight comes to the rescue again! He brings them some slimy, grimy soup from the wizard to make them feel better. But the dragons wont touch it. What is a Good Knight
Hedge-Hedgey-Hedgehogs is a unique and adorable book perfect for young readers!
"Let's put on a play!" Fox says. Dexter plays the mummy, Carmen is the princess, and Fox is the hero, of course—but that's not what makes him a star! Whether putting on a play, making a film for Grannie, or going to a magic show, Fox struts in the spotlight, with hilarious results.
Playing the star in the class dance show, Nina finds herself in an awkward situation. All her friends think that she is the star of the show, so she now has to set the record straight and make things right once more.
This nonfiction reader shines a light on Thomas Edison and his greatest invention—the lightbulb!
Learn all about hamsters in this fact-and-photo-filled book for young readers!
While studying the tough, seafaring life of a pirate at P.S. 1, two young pirates discover buried treasure at the same time, and the amusing results are observed by everyone.
Discover the desert in this fact-packed leveled reader!
Did you know that some mummies have glass eyes, and some have wings? And that there are cat mummies and bird mummies? And that some people ate powdered mummy? This book has a lot of amazing mummy facts!
Did you know that some turtles can live for 80 years? Or that some turtles are as big as cars? Learn all about turtles in this easy-to-read book.
Learn all about the creator of Peter Rabbit and celebrate Beatrix Potter's 150th birthday on July 28, 2016!
Lulu is a princess. She has everything--well, almost everything. Princess Lulu doesn't have any friends. Will she finally find a friend at Camp Ruff 'n' Tuff? Find out in this Level 3 reader!