Clark the Shark: Lost and Found


Bruce Hale - 2016
    Inkydink announces a class trip to the farmers’ market, Clark is so excited he doesn’t listen to her instructions. “Hurrah, hooray, it’s time to play!” Clark gets lost in the crowd and has to use his rhyming to remember what Mrs. Inkydink said to do.Beginning readers will be entertained and reassured by this clever, funny tale featuring our favorite boisterous shark. The back matter includes fun, bite-sized facts about shark eating! With colorful illustrations from Guy Francis and lively text from Bruce Hale, this Level One I Can Read is perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.

Pinkalicious and the Perfect Present


Victoria Kann - 2014
    To find the most pinkeriffic treasure for herself, Pinkalicious sorts through piles and piles of fabulous dress-up clothes, sports gear, and more. Yet when she finally finds the perfect purchase, Pinkalicious realizes it's even more perfect for her mother!Beginning readers and parents will love this warm Pinkalicious I Can Read story, which shows that the best gifts aren't the ones you receive but the ones you give. This is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.

Amelia Bedelia: By the Yard


Herman Parish - 2016
    When one neighbor wishes she could buy the flowers, Amelia Bedelia fetches a shovel to dig some up. After all, a yard will always grow back!The Amelia Bedelia books are great for growing the vocabularies of newly independent readers. Amelia Bedelia by the Yard is a Level 1 I Can Read book, perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences. More than 35 million Amelia Bedelia books sold since 1963!

Mrs. Wow Never Wanted a Cow


Martha Freeman - 2006
    Wow’s lawn, her lazy dog and cat think they should teach her their chores, so they can rest. They find out that the cow is no good at catching mice or being a watchdog. But Mrs. Wow knows something the cow can do, and it makes the chores worth it! The funniest rhyming bovine Beginner Book since Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?

Oops! A Diaper David Book


David Shannon - 2005
    From throwing a ball to riding a tricycle to taking a bath, David sometimes has a little too much fun. But he knows there's nothing better than cuddling with Mama at the end of a busy and exciting day. With the same irresistible humor and vibrant style as his award-winning No, David! books, David Shannon takes us back to the "early years" of his most beloved character. Perfect for beginning readers as well as for the youngest children!

I need a wee!


Sue Hendra - 2014
    He needs a wee! But there are so many things he would rather do first. Will he make it to the loo on time? And when he gets there, will there be a queue?! Uh-oh...

Everybody Loves Valentines


Sally Huss - 2015
     This book is filled with charming illustrations of Valentines in many forms. All in rhyme and just in time for Valentine’s Day. If this sounds like something you would like, scroll up to download your copy. Be sure to take a peek at EVERYTHING HAS A HEART another whimsical rhyming Valentine book by Sally Huss.

I Broke My Butt!: The Cheeky Sequel to the International Bestseller I Need a New Butt!


Dawn McMillan - 2019
    Now all his friends want one too! Another cracked farce from the cheeky team of Dawn McMillan and Ross Kinnaird.

What Do You Do, Dear?


Sesyle Joslin - 1961
    What do you do when:...a lady polar bear walks into your igloo in a white fur coat?...the lady you are forcing to walk the plank drops her handkerchief?...you meet someone coming the other way on a circus tightrope?This is the funniest book on good behavior you'll ever read!

Just a Little Too Little


Mercer Mayer - 2012
    . . with help from Mom and Dad, of course. Little Critter just has to remember one thing: no matter how big you get, help from Mom and Dad goes a long way.

Oscar's Book (Sesame Street)


Jeff Moss - 1975
    He puts on a blonde curly wig, and pretends to be "Melody", a new little girl who lives on Sesame Street. But when Big Bird sees "Melody", he invites everyone to meet their new neighbor, and Oscar gives up the charade.Frustrated, Oscar hides in a pyramid of trash cans, but he can still be seen. He then transforms his can into a "superduper grouch rocket balloon", which floats him high up into the sky. A bird pops the balloon, and he falls back to the ground.At the end of the book, Oscar realizes that the reader is going to go away, and he won't have anybody to yell at and complain to anymore. He tells the reader to come back: "You really make me mad!"

Grover and the Everything in the Whole Wide World Museum


Norman Stiles - 1974
    in color. The fuzzy Sesame Street puppet tours The Small Hall, The Carrot Room, and other unusual exhibits in a unique museum.

Arthur Goes to Camp


Marc Brown - 1982
    He runs away during the big scavenger hunt. But his friend's need Arthur's help to win against a rival camp. Where did Arthur go?

The Swimming Lesson


Dori Chaconas - 2011
    Fuzz is a tall possum who can't. They are best friends. Cork wants to teach Fuzz how to swim, but Fuzz isn't so sure he wants to learn . . . . The funny story and adorable illustrations in this seventh Cork and Fuzz easy-to-read will delight beginning readers.

I Want to Be a Ballerina


Anna Membrino - 2014
    Despite great effort, there are lots of mishaps, and Mia doesn’t quite become the prima ballerina she hoped to be. But she does finally earn her true reward: time with her sister.