In the fifth book of their adventures, Annie discovers that birds are building a nest on her porch. Every day, Annie and Henry check on the nest to see who lives there. They discover a robin and five eggs residing in the nest! What will happen as Annie continues to check the nest?
This adorable Penguin Young Readers Level 2 Early Reader about a red balloon and a yellow kite who fall in love is delightful. The simple, brightly colored illustrations will attract young readers, and the story will soften the hardest of hearts. The ending makes this librarian hope for some kind of sequel, either with kite and balloon again, or with another set of similar objects falling in love.
This Ready to Read Level One early reader tells the story of Teddy Rex, a new student at Dino School.Teddy has a very loud roar, and has to be reminded to use his indoor roar.He learns that at recess though, he can roar as loudly as he would like.This early reader is gr
The picture books series about Pinkalicious is available as part of the “I Can Read” series. This Level 1 reader tells about Pinkalicious’ time at school. While Pinkalicious enjoys school, she thinks she would enjoy it more if Goldilicious, her unicorn, came to school with her. What will happen when Goldilicious visits the classroom? Kindergarten and 1st grade students will enjoy read about Pinkalicious and Goldilicious.
This beginning reader is a continuation of the Stinky Face picture book series. The main character, Stinky Face, asks “what if” questions to his mother about going to Kindergarten. The questions get sillier and sillier as the book progresses, including a question about a hungry armadillo and art class.
This early chapter book is an abridged version of the 1964 collection, “The Adventures of Spider: West African Folktales” written by Joyce Cooper Arkhurst and illustrated by Caldecott and Coretta Scott King award winning illustrator Jerry Pinkney.It’s part of the level 4 Passport to Reading series.According to the i
In this fun Level 1 Starting to Read reader published by Stone Arch (Guided Reading Level E), Fire Truck and Tractor are getting ready for the big parade with the help of their friends Train and School Bus. They get clean and decorated, but they are missing something. What could it be? There are several early readers about these characters, which are just right for the child who is getting ready to read, plus loves transportation vehicles.
Superheroes must be strong and do good deeds. From the time he is born, Veggiebaby loves to eat lots of vegetables and play with his food, making broccoli bears and giant green gorillas. He quickly grows into Veggieboy and practices his superhero skills—flying, lifting and helping old ladies. His shape-shifting practice turns him into a carrot, and luckily, back to himself again. He eats more vegetables and becomes Veggieman.