This story is about a little boy and his family and their daily routine at the truck stop that they own and is a fun book for young truck lovers.
Feast for 10 serves up counting, rhyming, and colorful collage illustrations. Count to ten, not once but twice, in this charming picture book about an African American family preparing food and enjoying a meal together.
Jay Jay is going to one of his favorite places, where there are lots of hugs, cuddles and good food! Join Jay Jay and his family for Sunday dinner at Grannie’s house.
In this witty book, friends, Piggie and Gerald the Elephant, realize that someone is looking at them. They soon realize that “someone” is the “reader” and that they are being read!
Pizza at Sally’s features a “garden to table” experience. The author takes us from Sally’s garden, where the tomatoes are grown, to the busy pizza shop where customers line up for a slice.
Arlo is an active dog and a trusty companion who begins having difficulty playing catch. His boy takes him to the eye doctor where they discover that Arlo needs glasses. The reader will be captivated by this interactive book with moveable parts and try-on glasses.
Your toddler‘s skills continue to grow as you make reading a regular part of her day. This book will spark new ideas for pretend play as your child meets these colorful characters and sees what amazing things can happen with a little imagination.
Rocket the dog doesn’t know how to read yet, but his teacher, yellow bird, starts to teach him. This book includes important reading readiness skills to help your 5-year-old on his reading journey.
Juno’s grandmother sends him a letter, but Juno can’t read it, because it is in Korean. Juno decides to write back to his grandmother in drawings. Soon grandmother and Juno are sharing words and pictures with each other.
Max’s two older brothers, Benjamin and Karl, have amazing collections. Neither brother will share their collections with Max, so Max decides to start his own collection. He collects words.