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Eloise and the Snowman: Ready-to-Read Level 1 by Kay Thompson
M. Christina Butler - 2005
But he quickly realizes snow isn't much fun when he's playing by himself. So, he decides to build a friend out of snow. As he begins to work, Otter and Rabbit appear, ready to help him. Together the three friends build a huge snowman, their work enhanced by the magical, sparkling finish throughout the book. When he finishes his creation, Little Bear realizes that while he has found friends, the snowman is alone. The three animals work together to build a friend for "the bestest snowman in the world" so that he is no longer lonely!
My Weird School: Talent Show Mix-Up
Dan Gutman - 2016
Cooper’s class is having a talent show. But A.J. has a problem—he doesn’t have a talent! What will he do when the big day comes? 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: Talent Show Mix-Up is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
Today I Will Fly!
Mo Willems - 2007
Piggie is not.Piggie cannot help smiling. Gerald can.Gerald worries so that Piggie does not have to.Gerald and Piggie are best friends.Today, I Will Fly! is the funny introduction to the characters. Piggie is determined to fly. But Gerald the elephant knows that's impossible--isn't it?
Mittens at School
Lola M. Schaefer - 2012
Just right for little ones getting ready to go to school for the first time or for a new school year!At the math table, Mittens pushes the counting beads until they crash to the floor. On the piano, Mittens runs across the keys until the piano lid slams down. Mittens even tries to look at a book, until it falls from the bookshelf! Mittens is finally happy when he gets to meet the other students in Nick’s class.This My First I Can Read Book is perfect for shared reading with toddlers and very young children. Basic language, word repetition, and whimsical illustrations make this book just right for the emergent reader.
Mac and Cheese
Sarah Weeks - 2011
Macaroni and Cheese are best friends, yet they couldn’t be more different! Mac likes to pounce and bounce and jump, but Cheese just sits there like a lump. But when Mac runs into a problem with a gust of wind, Cheese stops being a grumpy grump long enough to help save his friend’s favorite hat. Written in the style of P. D. Eastman’s classic Big Dog . . . Little Dog, this modern-day alley-cat odd couple will delight beginning readers.
Paddington Sets Sail
Michael Bond - 2016
Paddington is thrilled to go to the beach with the Browns. He’s never splashed in the ocean or built a sand castle. Outfitted with a new set of beach toys, Paddington seems ready for whatever comes his way. But the biggest surprise of all sweeps Paddington off on a new adventure.Paddington Sets Sail is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
Go, Otto, Go!: Ready-to-Read Pre-Level 1
David Milgrim - 2016
Work, work, work on a spaceship to take him home.Since landing on Earth, Otto has made many friends, but what Otto wants most is to visit his family. Will Otto’s spaceship take him up, up, up, so he can go, go, go?
Frog and Fly
Jeff Mack - 2012
There is only one problem . . . Frog thinks Fly is delicious! This leads to a never-ending battle of wits with laugh-out- loud consequences. Told in six short comic stripstyle chapters, Frog and Fly will delight kids and leave them begging for yet another slurpy story.
Marley: Snow Dog Marley
John Grogan - 2010
Could it be that the family's normally wild puppy is a natural snow dog?Join Marley in this charming new addition to the I Can Read series. With simple text on every page, young readers will delight in reading Marley's hilarious adventures all by themselves.
Charlie the Ranch Dog: Charlie Goes to the Doctor
Ree Drummond - 2014
He has an awful pain in his tummy that won't go away. He doesn't even want bacon, so he knows it's serious! Mama knows exactly where to go to help her achy basset hound feel better, but Charlie is nervous about visiting the veterinarian's office. Can Dr. Jan help Charlie get his appetite back?In this I Can Read title from Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman, beginning readers will sneak a peek at the inside of a vet's office and learn that a trip to the doctor isn't all that scary after all!