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A field trip to the zoo seems like fun for Cam Jansen and her classmates until lunchtime. Everyone else’s sandwich is safely delivered, but Danny can’t find his anywhere! Did the lions eat it? Only Cam and her amazing memory can crack this easy-to-read mystery.
Mom and Dad won’t let Fly Guy go along on the family road trip. They’re afraid he’ll get lost. But when Dad accidentally shuts him in the trunk, Fly Guy goes along for the ride! First, Fly Guy gets lost at the picnic site–but he shows up in the garbage can. Then he gets lost at the art museum, but he shows up as part of a modern painting. At the beach, he turns up in a shell, and at he amusement park, on Buzz’s hot dog (yuck!).
Little Rat loves the violin but hates to practice, until her teacher suggests she perform a duet with one of the advanced students at the holiday concert.
When turtle makes an off-hand remark to Bird at the watering hole one day, Bird’s misunderstanding starts a series of rumors that stirs up the jungle animals.
A great book for Star Wars fans that tells the story of Luke Skywalker.
Seasons come, seasons go. But a little brown bunny and a graceful blue bird discover that friendship, true friendship, lasts forever.
Jacob watches his favorite television show, “Baking with Chef Monty,” and bakes a beautiful peach pie, which he gives to his parents for their anniversary.
A little dog wants ever one more thing before he’ll go to sleep.
Ralph, a very, very, nasty cat, finally sees the error of his ways–or does he?
Earl and Pearl do not want Chicken’s help in the garden, until a swarm of grasshoppers arrives and her true talent shines.
This funny, endearingly honest tale of tempers lost and tenderness found is sure to appeal to spirited readers everywhere. Harriet’s fed up! She and Mama had a big fight, and now Harriet’s planning to run away. Grandma’s kisses won’t stop her. Papa’s spaghetti sauce won’t stop her. Mama’s cozy sweater won’t stop her… or will it? This is a charming story of misbehavior, fury, and forgiveness that will be very familiar to anyone, big or small, who has ever gotten into an argument with a loved one. 3-6 yrs.
Rubina has been invited to her first birthday party, and her mother, Ami, insists that she bring her little sister along. Rubina is mortified, but she can’t convince Ami that you just don’t bring your younger sister to your friend’s party. So both girls go, and not only does Sana demand to win every game, but after the party she steals Rubina’s prized party favor, a red lollipop. What’s a fed-up big sister to do? Rukhsana Khan’s clever story and Sophie Blackall’s irresistible illustrations make for a powerful combination in this fresh and surprising picture book.
Two friends share experiences in each season of the year.
Detectives-in-training Milo and Jazz join forces to tackle their first big case–finding out who stole the lucky socks from the high school baseball team’s star pitcher.
Paris, France, is the fanciest city in the world. When Ms. Glass tells the class that the new student is from Paris, Nancy cannot believe her luck. Nancy brushes up on her fanciest French words. She is ready to make a new ami. (In French that means friend.) But Robert would rather talk about horses than the Eiffel Tower. Robert may not be as fancy as Nancy, but that doesn’t mean they can’t have fun!
Leave it to Amelia Bedelia to find a real cat on a day it’s “raining cats and dogs.” She names him Tiger, and in no time, the two are inseparable and as happy as clams. But then Tiger gets into trouble. Will Amelia Bedelia go out on a limb to save him? The cat’s out of the bag—this is an irresistible Amelia Bedelia adventure!
Today is Field Trip Day at school, and everyone in Mrs. Shepherd’s class is excited to visit Fandangle’s Farm, especially Juan, who loves to explore. But Juan just might be too good at exploring, and Mrs. Shepherd and the chaperones have trouble keeping track of him! This sixth story about the silly students in Mrs. Shepherd’s class will have readers laughing and learning as Juan’s discoveries lead to new teaching opportunities for Farmer Fandangle and Mrs. Shepherd.
While Henry’s parents are at a Sweetheart Dance on Valentine’s Day, he and his dog Mudge have a wonderful time staying at Mrs. Hopper’s house, where they enjoy tea and music and dressing up in various costumes.
Bunny and Jack, animal detectives, take a break from playing cards to look for Bernard Bear’s missing messenger whistle.
Mr. Putter is convinced to run in a senior marathon with his neighbor, Mrs. Teaberry, when he learns that second prize is a train set.
Learn all about howler monkeys in this bright colorful book.
Jeremy Bean has a problem. Several, in fact. But a kid like Jeremy Bean can come up with some pretty unusual solutions, such as putting a bug in his pocket, wearing a lamp shade on his head, hiding in the school janitor’s closet, and collecting everyone’s shoes. If you’re looking for adventure with a laugh along the way, meet Jeremy Bean!
Nate the Great goes to San Francisco to solve a mystery with his cousin, Olivia Sharp, who is also a detective.
Cowgirl Kate and her cowhorse Cocoa, who is always hungry, count cows, share a story, and help each other fall asleep.
Piggie is invited to her first party. She doesn’t know what to wear, though, so she asks her best friend Elephant for help. Elephant’s advice is odd to say the least, so Piggie will try on all sorts of zany outfits before finally arriving at the party for a hilarious surprise.