Safe at Home with Pooh


Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld - 1998
    This books teaches children to becareful of strangers in a charming and delightful way.

The Berenstain Bears: On Time


Stan Berenstain - 1992
    Hardback book,"On Time" by Stan & Jan Berenstain, 1992,Readers Digest Kids, pages.

Fancy Nancy: Peanut Butter and Jellyfish


Jane O'Connor - 2014
    Glass and her friends, Nancy learns to overcome her fear of jellyfish, and she makes her teacher a special project to say thank you. Fans of Fancy Nancy will delight as they experience the fun of sea life right alongside Nancy.Fancy Nancy: Peanut Butter and Jellyfish is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences. The back matter features a list of the rich vocabulary words that are used throughout the story along with their definition.

The Boy Who Cried Over Everything


Betsy Childs - 2011
    An experience with a slingshot and a sparrow helps him realize that it's okay to cry when you are sad, but it's best not to cry when you're mad.

Franklin Has a Sleepover


Paulette Bourgeois - 1992
    However, when it's time for bed, Bear begins to miss his own room -- until Franklin comes up with an idea to make Bear feel more comfortable.

Annie and Snowball and the Magical House


Cynthia Rylant - 2010
    Sarah’s house is full of frilly things and frilly things are Annie’s favorite things. Annie and Sarah explore the garden and, using their imaginations, construct a magical house perfect for fairies and fun-loving little girls.

Pinkalicious: Pink around the Rink


Victoria Kann - 2010
    But as the color starts to run off of her skates, she is embarrassed. When Pinkalicious thought she was going to leave her mark on the skating rink, she didn't mean it so literally. . . . Pinkalicious: Pink Around the Rink is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.

I am Helping


Mercer Mayer - 1992
    Little Critter is a good helper.  He gladly helps wash the clothes, he helps make the beds, he even helps weed the garden.  As a reward, he gets to help make a pie--and help eat it, too!

Morris and Boris at the Circus


Bernard Wiseman - 1985
    When the ringmaster invites Morris to be part of the show, the fun begins for everyone—except poor Boris!This classic silly Level One I Can Read is perfect for shared reading with a child.

If I Were a Kangaroo: A Bedtime Tale


Mylisa Larsen - 2017
    It's time for sleep, and this fun-to-read rhyming tale envisions the bedtime rituals of animals from whales to otters, squirrels to gorillas.So curl up, imagine your favorite animal, and...zzzzzzzzzzz.

Eyes, Nose, Fingers, and Toes


Judy Hindley - 1999
    Readers are invited to join in the fun of learning all the moves our bodies are able to make--and how, for instance, lips can be made small for kissing or stretched wide for a smile, while arms can go up and down, side to side, and can reach out to hug those we love. Judy Hindley's jaunty text and Brita Granstrom's playful illustrations are perfect for children as they begin to discover the wonders of their bodies and the joy of learning to move.

Mitchell Is Moving


Marjorie Weinman Sharmat - 1978
    His neighbor, Margo, dreams up ways of stopping him. But nothing can hold Mitchell back. Two weeks later, Mitchell's in a new home, but he's not as happy as he thought he'd be.

The Octonauts and the Sea of Shade


Meomi - 2007
    In other words, these are the best. children's book. animals. ever. I can't get enough of them & I can read this book for hours—and have.”—The Poop, SF Gate, San Francisco ChronicleThis is the original book series that launched the animated TV show, which is now popular worldwide and broadcast on the Disney Channel in the USA. Discover the creative and fun stories where it all began!In this sequel, the Octonauts notice the ocean’s shadows are missing! So these eight brave teammates travel to the mysterious Sea of Shade to learn why. Can they convince the proud Shade King to return everyone’s shadows? Find out!“I can now report to you that The Octonauts & the Sea of Shade is just as charming, beautiful, funny, and adorable as the first Octonauts book. I highly recommend this to children and adults alike - especialy if those adults love intoxicating graphics and mysterious underwater worlds.” - Treehouse Jukebox“I just read the latest Octonauts book from Meomi, The Octonauts & The Sea of Shade, and it’s just as adorable and adventurous as the crew’s previous outing with the The Only Lonely Monster.” - Drawn.ca“Like the previous book, The Octonauts and the Sea of Shade is visually rich. There's a lot happening on every page, making it a pleasure to read since there's always something new to discover.” - SuperCoolBaby

Alphablock


Christopher Franceschelli - 2013
    Sprinkles, hot fudge, and cherries hint at I’s ice cream sundae, while aquarium accessories hint at F’s fish. As readers interact with the pages, they will familiarize themselves not only with the 26 letters and associated words, but also with each letter’s physicality—angles, holes, and curves, both front and back. With Peskimo’s animated, stylish visuals, this fresh ABC book encourages readers to manipulate the alphabet in a whole new way. Note: illustrations have a retro feel, with imperfect variations in color and texture. Praise for Alphablock STARRED REVIEW "All the parts together make an appealing and fun way for youngsters to interact with the alphabet, and for slightly older children to enjoy the clever artwork." —School Library Journal, starred review "The straightforward vocabulary, cheery vintage-style graphics, and neat incorporation of cut-out letters make for a sharply designed package." —Publishers Weekly "With a pleasing, retro feel, Peskimo’s art uses bold colors in a slightly muted hue and the weathered look of woodblock prints… A visually captivating delight for careful little ones." —Kirkus Reviews "While it’s graphically sophisticated enough to please adults, little children can happily flip through this book on their own." —The New York Times "The baby, toddler or nursery-schooler who tears the gift wrapping off Christopher Franceschelli's Alphablock may think that she has just opened a toy, for how lively and tactile the thing in her hands will be." —The Wall Street Journal Awards Parents 10 Best Children’s Books of 2013

Stanley


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.