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Mike is always clumsy and inept when he goes camping with his friends, but one night his problems come in handy.
Easy-to-read text describes Lucy's two very different dogs.
When Brandon and his frog friends give a pajama party, they have a frightening encounter with a cat.
A child thinks of ways to have fun while waiting for the bus, at the doctor's office, and at other boring times during the day.
Dan has forgotten something very important while setting the table for supper.
Ever since Nate received a dinosaur costume for his birthday, Nate has been misbehaving by acting like a dinosaur, and his sister can hardly wait for her ...
Easy-to-read text describes Joe and Dad's attempts to catch fish for dinner.
Eric sits and watches as others participate in track and field day activities at camp.
Fable the dog loves to run, sometimes off into the woods, so his owner uses a whistle to keep track of him.
Willie, a silly worm who hates dirt and mud, changes his thinking after an accident.
Jen uses a ball with the game to which the ball belongs, including kickball, baseball, football, and basketball.
Robin worries about how life will change when she gets her first pair of glasses.
When Mike goes to bed at night, the images that his night-light creates on the walls of his room stimulate even more images in his mind.
All about the adventures that occur when Meg takes her dog Peg for a walk.
Megan is sad about moving and leaving her friends, but she soon discovers the positive aspects of living in a new place.
Portrays the amazing adventures a puppy might have while his owner is away at school.
Grandpa, Mom, and Dad try to cheer Ben up while Grandpa packs up to move.
A young fish wants to be able to play tag and other games with his friends, but first he must learn to swim.
Coco the dog goes everywhere with Mama and the new baby, but at the end of the day Coco and the baby want different things.
Tom is sure that he does not like peas, beans, broccoli, corn, or carrots, until one day he eats them all cooked together in a casserole, realizing that he ...
Syd has a hard time deciding what color she wants to paint her room.
While her friends are outside playing, Ashley must stay in and practice for her piano recital.
Zach and his favorite toy, Clinks the robot, play together every day, but at night the mechanical plaything has a life of its own.
Kim has a bad morning when she wakes up late and loses a tooth, but the next morning she feels much better.
Children realize the many ways in which they can share and do things together.
A boy recounts the many things in his life that he is responsible for.
After planting flowers in the yard, Tanya and her dog Rudy both need a bath.
Young Galen views ordinary objects from a different perspective through the eye of his camera.
In the hopes of receiving some mail of her own, Paula writes a letter to her grandparents.
Mary paints a balloon, a tree, and a sun before realizing that her artwork is missing something very important.
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