A younger brother offers detailed advice on how to annoy older sisters.
Things get out of hand at the Bikini Bottom Rodeo when the square dancers misinterpret SpongeBob's calls and begin fighting instead of dancing.
Tony Stark has been left a fortune by his father and decides to invent a suit of iron which allows him to fly and rescue people in need.
When their cousin Bo comes to visit, Benny and Penny hide their toys and try to go on a treasure hunt without him, but Bo will not stop pestering them.
Originally published in 1959, this celebrated tale presents the story of a very special seal and his great adventures in the big city. Simultaneous.
At bedtime, seven little mouse brothers beg for a story. Papa Mouse agrees to tell not one, but seven stories ...
A mother reassures her son when he imagines increasingly silly things that might go wrong on his first day of kindergarten.
Katie wants to be helpful, and so she starts making dinner on her own.
While going on a picnic together, Herbert Hippo teases Tess Tiger about all of the things she has brought along, until he learns just how important they can be.
When the children's librarian gives Lucy a book that helps her quiet her noisy brothers, Lucy learns the power of a story.
When they see a car sitting unoccupied at the cageless zoo where they live, adventurous Joe the giraffe convinces shy Sparky the turtle to go for a ride and ...
"A brief introduction to the characteristics, life cycle, and uses of the Arabian horse breed"--Provided by publisher.
Photographs combine with lively illustrations and engaging, age-appropriate stories in DK Readers, a multilevel reading program guaranteed to capture ...
A young girl who uses fancy words and considers herself practically a poison ivy expert learns a valuable (and itchy) lesson about the plant after picking a ...
The cat and the cow want to jump over the Moon. But it is so high, and the little dog cannot stop laughing! Maybe the cat has a plan...
In three brief mysteries, the bumbling but big-hearted Detective Dinosaur learns about doing undercover work, gets chased by strange blobs and finds rain on a ...
"Cock-a-doodle-doo!" cried the sheep, waking up the animals who were still asleep. What happened to rooster?
Robot and Rico use sleds, skiis, and tubes to enjoy the new snow.
When spring arrives, Mole and Mouse find a unique way to bird watch.
Cam Jansen uses her photographic memory at the school Green Fair to solve a mystery involving a missing electric car.
Buzz creates a comic book that features Buzz Boy and Fly Guy as the superheroes.
Easy-to-read short stories about the family adventures of brother and sister dinosaurs, Rex and Lilly.
Introduces robots and the science behind these amazing machines, including a historic timeline of robot development, common jobs robots perform in the workplace and at home, and robots of the future.
It's Read to a Pet Day at the library! There are so many fun things to see and do! Biscuit plays with story-time puppets, visits with friends, and listens to recorded books. Before he goes, a librarian helps him find the activity that he loves most of all. Biscuit Loves the Library is a My First I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for shared reading with a child. The easy-to-read, joyful tale of Biscuit—everyone's favorite little yellow puppy—will help cultivate a love of books and libraries in children who are learning to read.
Max Spaniel is chef at his own diner, where he serves up a variety of tasty meals.
After Little Rabbit starts school, he sees less and less of his invisible friend, Harry, and finally tells his mother that Harry moved away.
When Wagner's eye test shows that he needs glasses, it takes him a little while--and some help from his friends--to adjust to his new look.
Help hungry crows avoid a feline foe in this clever concept book from the author of The True Blue Scouts of Sugar Man Swamp and The Underneath. One, two, three, crows in a tree, bedecked in red scarves and hungry as can be. So they fly out of their nest with snacking in mind, and snack they do. Snack one, snack two, snack three—all the way to a dozen! But before they have time to complain about bellyaches, they have a bigger problem: a cat has been eyeing them…as potential snacks! Can these well-fed crows become well-FLED crows? Read and find out in this counting book from Newbery Finalist and two-time National Book Award Nominee Kathi Appelt, with spot-on illustrations from Rob Dunlavey. It’s the cat’s meow!
Sparky, a new energetic student at a sloth school, saves her lazy classmates when a wild boar from a government agency tries to shut the school down.
Henry's family is going on vacation -- to the Wild West! Henry and Mudge love the Wild West. There are cowboy hats and boots, deserts and canyons, and souvenir shops where Henry can buy pencils and magnets and even a snow globe with a cowboy inside. And there are lots of tumbleweeds for Mudge to chase. But as much fun as the Wild West is, Henry discovers that he and Mudge can have just as much fun back home.
Splat gets to meet Seymour's brother, Brice, in this fun-filled I Can Read book from New York Times bestselling author-artist Rob Scotton. Splat is thrilled when he finds out that Seymour's brother is coming to visit. Splat even stays up all night planning ways to impress his new friend. Although Splat's big surprise takes a calamitous turn, everyone ends up having even more fun than they expected! Beginning readers will practice the -ice sound in this easy-to-read addition to the Splat series. Splat the Cat: Twice the Mice is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
Gerald is careful. Piggie is not. Piggie cannot help smiling. Gerald can. Gerald worries so that Piggie does not have to. Gerald and Piggie are best friends. In Waiting Is Not Easy!, Piggie has a surprise for Gerald, but he is going to have to wait for it. And Wait. And wait some more...