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This simple and entertaining book introduces readers to the concept of size, and illustrates it through fun zoo examples.
Text and photographs present aunts and how they interact with their families.
When the children play soccer, Katy is the best player of them all. She runs fast, kicks hard, cheers loudly, scores goals, and steals the ball.
Books in this series introduce readers to the exciting world of insects and arachnids. Each title uses simple text and vibrant photographs to introduce one ...
Gavin hates riding the bus. Max, the bus bully, is always picking on him. But when Max is gone for a few days, Gavin starts to worry. Does Gavin actually miss ...
Train has an accident while hauling grain to the mill. Thankfully Tractor is around to help Train get back on track.
Mike is always clumsy and inept when he goes camping with his friends, but one night his problems come in handy.
Leopard offers a special prize to the one who can count all of his beautiful spots, and is disappointed to find that many animals cannot count.
Text and photographs present information discussing hair, and reviews how to keep hair healthy. Written in English and Spanish.
Dan has forgotten something very important while setting the table for supper.
Each day of the week brings a change in the weather and something new to do.
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.
Building from nuclear to extended families, and then on to people in the community, these richly photographed books help children see how they fit in the ...
A young fish wants to be able to play tag and other games with his friends, but first he must learn to swim.
Oliver takes a high flying adventure in his airplane as he tips, spins, and bounces on clouds.
Joey is nervous about his first day of school, but by the second day he is just excited.
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 ...
Robin worries about how life will change when she gets her first pair of glasses.
Each member of the lizard family enjoys a different hobby.
Gary the lizard is going to be a big brother. He is ready to teach the baby how to run, jump, bike, and swim. Will Gary have a baby sister or a baby brother? ...
Lots of jobs but none will do. Who will find a job for Blue? ...
Describes how Max likes riding the bus to and from school.
Describes Max's day at school, as he listens to a story, draws a picture, plays on the playground, and eats lunch.
Max takes good care of his teeth. He brushes and flosses every day. Will he have a good trip to the dentist? This early reader format is perfect for those just ...
At his yearly checkup, Max gets weighed and measured. What else happens at the doctor? ...
Max visits his grandparents at the farm. He invites his friend Don. What will Max and Don do at the farm? ...
Max, who loves to read, discovers all the services available to him during a visit to the library.
Describes how Max enjoys shopping at a variety of stores.
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