Brother and sister dogs go on a walk to the park for a picnic.
This book contains two stories starring Frog and his animal friends.
Simple text and photos introduce readers to the history and rules of soccer.
A group of children use a plate of healthy food to make crazy faces.
Flip through a special photo album depicting the life of a bee.
A group of kids compare two simple machines and decided which one does a better job of lifting a bag.
Explores various plant and animals living under the sea.
Text and photos explore the many ways light and sound send messages throughout the day.
Three little pigs build houses out of cardboard, glass and tin.
Three short chapters tell the story of Aggie's overnight stay at the vet.
Provides information about earthquakes, why they happen and what to do to be safe during a quake.
Details the characteristics of seeds, how they grow, and the purpose they serve toward creating new plants.
Kayla's cat, Daisy, is missing. Kayla is so worried. She calls her friends, and soon enough the entire Pet Club is on the case.
Basic text and color photographs depict things that float and sink. Also discusses density, and the reason why boats float.
How does a cocoa bean turn into tasty chocolate? Follow each step in the food production cycle from planting cocoa trees to eating a sweet treat in this fascinating book!
Chronicles the life cycle of a butterfly, detailing each stage in its development as it progresses from egg to adult.
When Goldie Duck finds a beaver den, she makes her way inside in an attempt to figure out who lives there.
Explores the difference between items one needs or wants and discusses how to identify items by their necessity.
Everyone is mad at Pete! Pete the pig cannot go out to play until he eats his slop. What will Pete do?
A child brings a drangon to the library and learns a valuable lesson-libraries and dragons do not mix.
Learn about the behaviors, physical chracteristics, and life cycle of orcas.
Explore the Rainforest through photographs while learning about the plants and animals that make up the environment.
Learn about the different stages of development salamanders go through.
This book takes and in-depth look at fireflies.
Barry and Terry are making a rocket. How will they make their rocket? And how will they get to the moon?
This book helps the reader learn about dogs as pets.
Learn all about stars, including their age, path across the sky, and constilations.
Siblings Fiona and Finley help at their family bakery, Time Hop Sweets Shop. When Pocahontas visits the ship, she takes the siblings to the 1600s.
This book looks at the way weather and camoflage helps keep animals stay safe against predators.
Presents a list of superheroes that are available for hire, listing each one's claim to fame.
Melia loves to invent things in her backyard laboratory. Her friend, Jo, helps make the inventions special by combining science with art.
All Jeremy wants is a pair of those shoes, the ones everyone at school seems to be wearing.
Earth is truly amazing! Find out more about the planet we call home.
It can be difficult going to a new school. How will Tommy deal with a new school and a new bully?
Follow Little Lobo and his dog Bernabe as they deliver supplies to a variety of vendors, selling everything from sweets to sombreros, portraits to piÑatas, carved masks to comic books!
Bees buzz. They buzz when they fly to a flower to find food. They buzz when they fly to their hive to sleep. Find out about the life of bees.
Young readers will discover what it means to recycle waste and be more eco-friendly. Introduces readers to the fact that not everything we throw away is garbage. Some things can be reused or made into something different.
Nick and his robot pal Nack love to build things. They use a sock, a mitten, and other accessories to make puppets. Can you find the hidden supplies?
This search-and-find book invites early readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about race cars and how they keep drivers safe during races