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Music and text together will engage students and help them have fun as they learn about several animals and the sounds they make in this interactive eBook.
Animal Fairy Tales have beautiful illustrations and simple text that retell classic fairy tales with a twist: all the characters are animals! This pack ...
Retells the fable about an industrious ant that busily prepares for the approaching winter while a grasshopper makes no plans for the cold weather to come.
Why wasn't the grasshopper preparing for winter like the industrious ants were? The grasshopper himself treats readers to HIS side of this classic Aesop's ...
Originally titled Frere Jacques, this illustrated interactive eBook combines song and illustrations to engage students with this classic French nursery melody.
In the story of “Beauty and the Beast,” things are not always as they seem! Beauty is sent to live with an ugly, fearsome Beast, but is he really as horrible ...
You think you know the story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears"? The tale you've heard may not be just right. This retelling of the classic story, told from ...
If it wasn't a pea, what DID cause the princess to have such a lousy night's sleep? The story is best told by the princess herself. Snuggle in tight for a ...
OF COURSE you think we were evil, spiteful fairies, cursing the poor princess with a forever sleep. You don't know the other side of the story. Well, let us ...
The mice learn that "some things are easier said than done" when they try to get rid of their great enemy the cat.
A retelling of the classic tale of a girl whose stepmother, jealous of Snow White's beauty, causes her to fall into a deep sleep.
A retelling of the fable in which a young boy's false cries for help cause him problems when he is really in need of assistance.
So who was really pulling the wool over whose eyes? The Wolf gets candid about "the boy who cried" in this fractured version of a classic Aesop's fable, ...
In this retelling of the classic fairy tale, a kitten called Cat climbs to the top of an enormous beanstalk where he uses his quick wits to outsmart a giant ...
Cindy Ella's new stepmother and stepsiblings are very, very lazy. Cindy Ella has to clean up everything, even broken toys. But Cindy Ella is an inventor and ...
When the town mouse and the city mouse visit each other, they discover they prefer very different ways of life.
When a thirsty crow cannot drink from a pitcher because the water level is too low, she uses her ingenuity to solve the problem.
In this Classic Fable in Rhythm and Rhyme, a thirsty crow wants a cool drink but can't reach the water. How will she solve her problem? Find out when you sing ...
Think Cinderella was the sweetest belle of the ball? Think again! In this fun, quirky picture book, discover another perspective of this popular fairy tale.
In this Classic Fable in Rhythm and Rhyme, a little dog trots home with a juicy bone. Then he spies another dog with a bigger bone. What will he do? Find out ...
After meeting a well-fed dog, a half-starved wolf is ready to exchange his life in the wild for the daily comforts of food and shelter until he learns that a ...
After putting on a lion disguise, a silly donkey amuses himself by frightening all of the animals in the forest until he meets a clever fox.
Puss’s boots need mending, so he visits the elves and the shoemaker and helps them in return.
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