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The Berenstain Bears and the Big Blooper
Stan Berenstain - 2000
When one of them gets really really angry, he says a certain word. It's a word Sister has never heard before. At dinner that night Sister tries out this brand-new, stronger-sounding word. When Mama Bear recovers her senses, she has to explain to Sister all about a certain kind of word. It's the kind of word that nobody, not even adults and certainly not cubs, should use at any time, no matter how upset or angry they are.
Syd Hoff - 1962
This makes the other cavemen so angry that they chase him away. But Stanley just goes on being different, and as the others soon see, different isn’t such a bad idea after all.Stanley is a funny story with a timeless message. As Children's Book and Their Creators commented: "Humorously demonstrates how one nonconformist can make a tremendous difference to his society."This Level 1 I Can Read classic by Syd Hoff, author of Danny and the Dinosaur, is perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel
Virginia Lee Burton - 1938
Since it was first published in 1939, Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel has delighted generations of children. Mike and his trusty steam shovel, Mary Anne, dig deep canals for boats to travel through, cut mountain passes for trains, and hollow out cellars for city skyscrapers -- the very symbol of industrial America. But with progress come new machines, and soon the inseparable duo are out of work. Mike believes that Mary Anne can dig as much in a day as one hundred men can dig in a week, and the two have one last chance to prove it and save Mary Anne from the scrap heap. What happens next in the small town of Popperville is a testament to their friendship, and to old-fashioned hard work and ingenuity.
Richard Scarry's Busiest People Ever!
Richard Scarry - 1976
Everyone's favorite friends are there: Huckle Cat, Lowly Worm, Sergeant Murphy, bumbling Mr. Frumble, and more. Preschoolers learning about their communities will enjoy seeing the inner workings of a farm, the harbor, the airport, and even the busy Cat household! This classic book, from the one and only Richard Scarry, will bring hours of fun to a whole new generation.
The Complete Peter Rabbit Library
Beatrix Potter - 2012
This beautiful boxed set contains all your favourite Beatrix Potter's stories.The Tale of Peter RabbitThe Tale of Squirrel NutkinThe Tailor of GloucesterThe Tale of Benjamin BunnyThe Tale of Two Bad MiceThe Tale of Mrs Tiggy-WinkleThe Tale of Mr Jeremy FisherThe Tale of Tom kittenThe Tale of Jemima Puddle-DuckThe Tale of The Flopsy BunniesThe Tale of Mrs TittlemouseThe Tale of Timmy TiptoesThe Tale of Johnny Town-MouseThe Tale of Mr TodThe Tale of Pigling BlandThe Tale of Samuel WhiskersThe Tale of The Pie and The Patty-PanThe Tale of Ginger and PicklesThe Tale of Little Pig RobinsonThe Story of A Fierce Bad RabbbitThe Story of Miss MoppetAppley Dapply's Nursery RhymesCecily Parsley's Nursery RhymesThis collection of classic tales will be treasured forever.
My Weird School: Class Pet Mess!
Dan Gutman - 2017
Cooper's class is getting a pet! Alexia hopes it is something cool, like a snake. But is she ready to take care of the pet, or will it be one weird mess? Join A.J. and the gang from Ella Mentry School as they show young readers why they attend the weirdest—and most fun!—school around.My Weird School: Class Pet Mess is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
Cozy Classics: Moby Dick
Jack Wang - 2012
Cozy Classics is a new board book series that presents well-loved stories to children aged 0+. Every classic in the series will be condensed to 12 baby-friendly words, and each word will appear alongside a photograph of needle felted objects. Moby Dick is a high seas adventure about one man’s quest to find the whale who took his leg, and one of the world’s most beloved classics. Now this classic can be shared with your youngest children.
Marguerite de Angeli - 1944
When his parents go away overnight, he's left as the man of the house and promised a special reward if he can keep himself and the farm out of trouble. But that night a bad storm brings trouble--the kind that not even a full-grown man could handle easily. A Caldecott Honor Book. Illustrations. 48 pp. Ages 7-11. Pub: 7/97.
Joy in Mudville
Bob Raczka - 2014
But a new game day dawned, and Casey once again proved his might with a homer in the eighth. The Mudville nine took a one-run lead, but in the bottom of the ninth, their hurler walked three straight. Bases loaded and the starting pitcher spent, the Mudville manager was not bullish about his bullpen. With the game on the line, he called for rookie Joy Armstrong to take the mound. Could she bring joy to Mudville again--and prove that a girl can play ball as well as any boy?