At the Carnival (Dora the Explorer)


Leslie Valdes - 2005
    Join Dora and Boots in this festive adventure as they make their way toward the grand prize: the Big Pinata!

BOB Books Set 2: Advancing Beginners


Bobby Lynn Maslen - 2000
    Use of three-letter words and consistent vowel sounds in slightly longer stories build confidence. Children love the hilarious (and sometimes mischievous) stories and pictures. These twelve books, filled with fun, drama, and surprise keep interest high for even the youngest readers.

First Thousand Words in English


Heather Amery - 1983
    The magic of Usborne Books is that they make both reading a

The Apple Doll


Elisa Kleven - 2007
    So when the first day of school comes, she picks a beautiful apple, turns it into a makeshift doll she names Susanna, and takes it along to keep her company. But her teacher tells her that dolls aren't allowed at school. Even worse, her sister says that Susanna won't last forever. Then Lizzy's mom shows her a way to turn Susanna into a real apple doll. And with the help of Susanna the Apple Doll, Lizzy overcomes her shyness at school and makes plenty of new friends to bring home to play in her beloved apple tree.Detailed, delightful collage illustrations accompany this sweet story about one girl's success in bringing together her home world and her school world. Instructions for making an apple doll just like Susanna are included!

Miss Bindergarten Celebrates the Last Day of Kindergarten


Joseph Slate - 2006
    But now the school year is over, and it’s time to remember, to celebrate, and for Miss Bindergarten to say,"Goodbye, kindergarten. It’s been a special year."The bestselling Miss Bindergarten series comes to a sweet and jubilant conclusion by honoring an important passage: the last day of kindergarten. Filled with last-day classroom celebration ideas, it’s also a perfect gift to commemorate graduation and moving-up ceremonies!

Little Critter: Just a Teacher's Pet


Mercer Mayer - 2015
    But when the teacher's pet shows that she's a team player, Little Critter and his classmates discover that they've made a great new friend. With fun illustrations and simple text, Mercer Mayer's Little Critter stories are perfect for developing readers.I Can Read books are designed to encourage a love of reading. My First I Can Read books are perfect for shared reading with a child.

The Stinky Giant (Step into Reading)


Ellen Weiss - 2012
    But there's a problem— a big problem. Urk, a giant who lives on a nearby mountain, is big and stinky and doesn't care that dumping dirty laundry water in the nearby stream causes a flood down below every single week. So Pepper and Jake hike to Urk's mountaintop lair to confront him. But there's no reasoning with a giant, especially one who gives cryptic puzzles to solve. If the kids can solve it, Urk will move away. If not, Pepper and Jake (and their sheep) will be the featured ingredients in Urk's next bowl of smelly soup!

I Spy a School Bus


Jean Marzollo - 2003
    With rhythm, rhyme, and picture clues, this book is written to support the newest reader.

Daniel Goes to School


Becky Friedman - 2014
    Daniel learns that “grown-ups come back” and has lots of fun with his teacher and classmates in this sweet 8x8 storybook that will ring true for children just starting school.© 2014 The Fred Rogers Company.

If You're Happy and You Know It


Jan Ormerod - 2003
    In this version, a collection of animals put their own twist on the words. A new version that stresses individuality and won't fail to amuse every child. Chosen for the 2004 edition of The Best Children's Books of the Year, Bank Street College of Education.

Get Happy


Malachy Doyle - 2011
    . . tickle more! Shout less . . . sing more! Worry less . . . wonder more!With a cheerful message about sharing, giving, and being kind to others, Get Happy will show any child how to turn a frown into a giggle, spread the joy around, and live life to the fullest. Perfect for the youngest of readers, it won't be long before everyone knows how to get happy!

I Can Be a Teacher (Barbie)


Mary Man-Kong - 2011
    Girls ages 4 to 6 will want Barbie to be their teacher, too!

Peppa Pig and the Busy Day at School


Neville Astley - 2013
    sensation.Peppa is having a busy day at school — learning numbers and letters, painting, making music, and playing outside. Peppa can’t wait for Special Talent time, but her excitement turns to worry when all three of her special talents are chosen by others! Luckily, Peppa can revert to her true specialty: jumping in muddy puddles!

We honestly CAN look after your dog


Lauren Child - 2005
    Lola knows everything about dogs. One day they go to the park with Lotta, Marv and his dog, Sizzles."Honestly, we do promise to look after your dog." And Marv says, "Definitely no taking him off the lead."

Fancy Nancy: Splendid Speller


Jane O'Connor - 2011
    Glass's spelling test is harder than Nancy anticipated, the self-professed spelling prodigy faces a tough decision.