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Cover: AdoraBULL

AdoraBULL

Alfred is a bull, and bulls are reliable and dependable. When his best friend Tom wants to bring home a new, adorable pet, Alfred realizes he may need to up his game if he wants to stay number one in Tom’s heart. But can bulls be adorable too? View →

 
Cover: A Home for Luna

A Home for Luna

When Luna washes up on a strange shore, she is scared and lonely. She soon discovers there is beauty in her new land, and along the way makes unexpected friends. But will she ever feel at home in a place so different from the one she remembers? View →

 
Cover: Dilly Dog's Dizzy Dancing

Animal Antics A to Z ®

From Alexander Anteater to Zachary Zebra, it’s one adventure after another for Alpha Betty’s students. Get to know these zany characters as they find new friends, test their talents, go on exciting explorations, and have a rip-roaring, super-sensational, totally tremendous… View →

 
Cover: Be a Maker

Be a Maker

How many things can you make in a day? A tower, a friend, a change? Rhyme, repetition, and a few seemingly straightforward questions engage young readers in a discussion about the many things we make—and the ways we can make a difference in the world. This simple, layered story… View →

 
Cover: Bear Was There

Bear Was There

Love is the first thing Mouse feels as he lies in the warmth of his mother’s fur. Then one day, Mouse meets Bear. He feels frightened, but what if Bear is not as scary as he seems? A gentle and sensitive story of a little mouse’s journey, his fears, and the eventual comfort… View →

 
Cover: Bicycling to the Moon

Bicycling to the Moon

Purdy the cat and Barker the dog live together in a sky-blue house on a hill. But while the two friends share a house, they are as different as cat and dog can be. Purdy has big dreams, while Barker likes to putter in the garden. Purdy likes to eat fish, but it is Barker who must scoop… View →

 
Cover: Busy Busy!

Busy Busy!

Parents may think their toddlers are simply playing or making messes, but really they’re building cities, going on exciting adventures, and creating masterpieces. View →

 
Cover: Cock-a-Doodle-Oops!

Cock-a-Doodle-Oops!

A humorous story of a community of farm animals working together as they try to help out a rooster in need of a vacation. When the daily attempts to wake up Farmer McPeeper fail, the animals realize just how difficult it is to “cock a doodle squeal” or “cock a doodle… View →

 
Cover: Detective Gordon: The First Case

Detective Gordon

Detective Gordon is a friendly, philosophical, humorous, and thoughtful detective series following the adventures of the rather tired—and often hungry—Detective Gordon and his chirpy assistant, Buffy. Detective Gordon is something of a humanist, and keeps an… View →

 
Cover: Dibs!

Dibs!

Teaching your little brother his first word—dibs—is funny. Until he starts calling dibs on everything, from your parents’ bed to a real airplane to the White House. What’s next? Calling dibs on the moon? Sure enough, Julian’s little brother, Clancy, calls dibs on View →

 
Cover: Don't Cross the Line!

Don't Cross the Line!

The guard always follows the general’s orders without question. This time, the order is that no one must cross the line! The right-hand page of this book must be kept blank for the general. As the crowd builds up on the border, the guard is under pressure. If no one is allowed onto… View →

 
Cover: Don't Turn the Page

Don't Turn the Page

Like most children, Sami puts off going to bed for as long as possible. But reading a story about Little Bear’s bedtime ritual inspires Sammy, just as the young reader will be inspired by this soothing story and clever book-within-a-book concept. A bedtime book that both parent and… View →

 
Cover: Bibble and the Bubbles

Early Bird Readers — Blue (Early Bird Stories ™)

Fuel the imaginations and reading skills of emergent readers! These fun stories combine age-appropriate text and kid-friendly illustrations perfect for reading levels E-G. View →

 
Cover: Cara the Cowgirl

Early Bird Readers — Gold (Early Bird Stories ™)

Meet a knitting werewolf, a lonely ghost, and a baby Freezosaurus! Early fluent readers will improve on their reading independence with these quirky stories featuring charming characters. View →

 
Cover: George and the New Craze

Early Bird Readers — Green (Early Bird Stories ™)

Emergent readers at guided reading levels G-I will delight in these books that blend charming, leveled text and illustrations. From a pet whale to a horse who wishes he was a unicorn, the silly characters will delight children. View →

 
Cover: A Box of Socks

Early Bird Readers — Orange (Early Bird Stories ™)

Engaging, leveled text at guided reading levels H-J help build literacy skills. From animals who learn about playing well with others to pirates who just want to drive diggers, these whimsical stories are sure to entertain. View →

 
Cover: Meg and Rat & Puff! Puff! Puff!

Early Bird Readers — Pink (Early Bird Stories ™)

Each book in this series features two fun stories. Leveled, age-appropriate text and delightful illustrations appeal to emergent readers while helping them develop reading skills. View →

 
Cover: Hocus Pocus Diplodocus

Early Bird Readers — Purple (Early Bird Stories ™)

Readers will engage their imaginations and reading skills with these fully illustrated stories at guided reading levels J-K. From royal mishaps to cookies in outer space, these silly stories are sure to capture young readers’ attention. View →

 
Cover: Seeds & Stuck in the Tree

Early Bird Readers — Red (Early Bird Stories ™)

Emergent readers will delight in these silly, simple, and carefully leveled stories, featuring guided reading level D. With two tales in each book and charming illustrations, readers will have fun while developing reading skills. View →

 
Cover: Izzy! Wizzy!

Early Bird Readers — Yellow (Early Bird Stories ™)

Discover silly, fun, and simple stories perfect for building reading skills. Capture the attention and imaginations of emergent readers with charming art and age-appropriate text for guided reading levels C-E. Suggested activities to test reading comprehension add to the fun! View →

 
Cover: Elmer's Special Day

Elmer

Elmer, the patchwork elephant, has been a favorite of children around the world for decades. Join Elmer and his friends as they have adventures and learn valuable lessons about helping others and embracing differences. Charmingly written and vividly illustrated by acclaimed children’ View →

 
Cover: T Sounds

First Step Nonfiction — Hard Consonants

Engaging photos fully support readers as they learn simple words that use sounds of seven hard consonants. The words come together on the page to build a complete sentence. Students will feel the joy of building their reading skills as they successfully identify each word and read the… View →

 
Cover: Let's Find Ads on Signs

First Step Nonfiction — Learn about Advertising

Build critical thinking skills in young readers by helping them understand the concept of advertising. Simple texts focus on the places where kids encounter advertising and explain how ad messages influence viewers. This series supports media literacy standards and shows students how to… View →

 
Cover: Lying Around

Funny Bone Readers ™ — Developing Character

Funny Bone Readers™—Developing Character books help beginning readers learn through laughter by introducing key concepts for success in school and at play. View →

 
Cover: The Runner King

Funny Bone Readers ™ — Living Healthy

Funny Bone Readers help beginning readers learn through laughter by introducing key concepts for success in school and at play. The twelve-book series addresses bullying, physical and dental health, safety, and healthy eating. View →

 
Cover: Gus's Garage

Gus's Garage

Gus’s workshop is chock-full of odds and ends. When his friend Rico comes over with a problem—his scooter seat is way too small for a rhino—Gus finds just the thing to fix it. One by one Gus’s friends bring him their vehicles and Gus solves their troubles with… View →

 
Cover: Have You Seen Elephant?

Have You Seen Elephant?

Elephant wants to play hide and seek. See if you can help the others find him—he’s very good at hiding! This tale of absurdity is perfect for sharing with children who will love finding Elephant (and being faster at it than the boy in the book!). Watch out for the dog… View →

 
Cover: Sparky Helps Mary Make Friends

Helper Hounds

An early chapter book series about specially trained emotional support dogs who help the kids who need them most. Meet these uncommon heroes with wet noses and big hearts. These stories are told from the point-of-view of the helper hound so that young readers can easily relate to the… View →

 
Cover: Hildie Bitterpickles Needs Her Sleep

Hildie Bitterpickles Needs Her Sleep

Hildie Bitterpickles is a witch who needs her sleep. Her quiet neighborhood has been turned upside down with the sudden arrival of the old woman in her shoe, big bad wolf, and other fairy tale characters. What will Hildie have to do to get a quiet night’s sleep? View →

 
Cover: In a Village by the Sea

In a Village by the Sea

Written in a spare, lyrical style using fresh, evocative imagery, Village by the Sea tells the story of longing for the comforts of home. A perfect book for teaching about diverse cultures and lifestyles through rich pictures and words, moving from the wide world to the snugness… View →

 
Cover: Janey Crane: Long Vowel a

Let's Read Together ®

Award-winning author Barbara deRubertis merges phonics and rhyme in delightful stories that build phonics and decoding skills. An audio component and comprehensive resource guide make Let’s Read Together® the perfect series for all emergent readers. View →

 
Cover: Lola Goes to School

Lola

Lola the lovable therapy dog faces common childhood problems and offers clear ways of handling them in stories even the youngest readers will relate to. The appealing photographs are popular with preschoolers and kindergartners who recognize themselves in Lola. View →

 
Cover: Lola Goes to Work

Lola Goes to Work

Meet Lola, a little terrier with a big job. Children will identify with the feisty Lola as she struggles going to school, passing tests, and finally achieving her Big Dog dream. If Lola can make it in a world of Great Danes and Labradors, so can anybody who’s feeling like a runt. View →

 
Cover: Lovely

Lovely

Big, small, curly, straight, loud, quiet, smooth, wrinkly. Lovely explores a world of differences that all add up to the same thing: we are all lovely! View →

 
Cover: Luis Paints the World

Luis Paints the World

Luis wishes Nico wasn’t leaving for the Army. To show Nico he doesn’t need to go, Luis begins a mural on the alleyway wall. Their house, the river, the Parque de las Ardillas—it’s the world, all right there. Won’t Nico miss Mami’s sweet flan? What about… View →

 
Cover: A Hubbub: Book 2

Mr. Badger and Mrs. Fox

When a hunter’s dog chases Mrs. Fox and her daughter, Ginger, out of their home, the Fox family moves into the tunnel of Mr. Badger, his two squabbling sons (Bristle and Grub), and his toddler daughter, Berry. The result is a story of the ups and downs of forming a blended family… View →

 
Cover: My Happy Life

My Happy Life

This acclaimed series of illustrated chapter books follows Dani as she starts school and meets Ella, who becomes her best friend in the world. At school and at home, Dani overcomes life’s ups and downs with optimism and understanding. Full of fun and happiness, these warm-hearted… View →

 
Cover: Nia Bakes Cookies

My Reading Neighborhood: First-Grade Sight Word Stories

These early readers combine the Dolch sight words appropriate for first grade along with inviting story lines to engage young readers and help build their reading confidence. View →

 
Cover: Sam Is Six

My Reading Neighborhood: Kindergarten Sight Word Stories

These supportive texts draw from the Dolch sight words for Kindergarten to help emergent readers practice their literacy skills. View →

 
Cover: John Brown

On My Own Biography

Engage readers’ interest and imagination! These award-winning biographies feature full-page illustrations. Written in story format, each book features pivotal episodes that reveal what kind of person the subject is (or was) and how he or she came to be famous. View →

 
Cover: Pirates in Class 3

Pirates in Class 3

While their teacher, Ms. Bitsy, is gone, Class 3 has an unexpected adventure when Captain Calamity shows up looking for treasure in their classroom! Eager to help, the students of Class 3 search from the reading corner to the building blocks to help the Captain locate the treasure. Can… View →

 
Cover: Rosa Parks: A Life of Courage

Pull Ahead Books — Biographies

Help kids honor world heroes with this beginning biography series. Conversational text introduces young readers to figures with lives of true character. The simple, easy-to-follow text is supported with illustrations and photographs on each spread. View →

 
Cover: Manatee Mom

Silly Millies Level 1

Silly Millies are humorous, leveled beginning readers. Each book in the series has a close match of art to text and imaginative discussion tips to extend the book. View →

 
Cover: Digraphs and Blends

Sound It Out (LOOK! Books ™)

The alphabet has 26 letters—5 vowels and 21 consonants. These letters and letter teams make the sounds of the English language. Each book in the Sound It Out series focuses on one category of English sounds and their spellings. View →

 
Cover: The Bug in the Jug Wants a Hug: A Short Vowel Sounds Book

Sounds Like Reading ®

Sounds Like Reading® is a series of phonic-based readers that provide emergent readers with high-quality, instructional material that is developed in accordance with the NRRF (National Right to Read Foundation). Each book builds on… View →

 
Cover: Stubby: A True Story of Friendship

Stubby

Stubby was a brave soldier, a loyal friend . . . and a dog. From an army training camp to the trenches in France, this is the incredible true story of Sergeant Stubby, the dog who served bravely in World War I—sniffing out gas attacks, catching spies, and winning the hearts of his fellow… View →

 
Cover: Super Sloth

Super Sloth

Super Sloth isn’t fast. He can’t fly. But he is very, very good at moving slowly and looking just like a greenish bit of tree. When his archenemy Anteater makes off with some prize mangoes, Super Sloth vows to save the day . . . eventually! From the creator of… View →

 
Cover: That's Not a Hippopotamus!

That's Not a Hippopotamus!

A class trip to the zoo descends into a chaotic hunt for the missing hippopotamus. Teacher, zookeeper and all the children join the search. The noise and drama reaches a pitch, and no one thinks to listen to quiet Liam, who really might know where the hippo is hiding. Th View →