Ana and her friends enter their favorite pets in a show.
This book illustrates the differences in different animals' eyes.
Animals of all types are caught "doing one." Did what?
A guessing book with clues, hints, and facts about the tarantula.
A group of children make a surprise to cheer up their friend.
Dot the robot helps her human around the house.
Throughout the day, Young alligator is asked about doing things now or later.
Tells use about animals that live and play in tress and how people use trees.
In this twist on the classic chant, a group of animals accuse each other of stealing vegetables.
A day in the life of a boy and his cat told from each one's perspective.
Emergent readers learn about the cycle of day and night through photographs and simple text.
How does milk turn into frosty ice cream? Follow each step in the food production cycle from milking a cow to eating a frozen treat in this fascinating book!
Explores the characteristics of fur and the purpose it serves on various types of animals.
A boy discovers a jungle of creatures right in his own backyard.
A proud lion learns that little mice can be his friends.
Watch as a boy makes a map of his room to show his friend how to take care of his pet hamster.
When our pets are sick, we take them to the vet! This books tells about the job of a vet.
Bear helps Mole learn to ride his bike without training wheels. Off he goes!
Frederick G. Frog introduces himslef by listing his numerous skills.
An introduction into the life and accopmlishtments of history's most celebrated female pilot.
Elmer the colorful elephant visits his grandfather to remember the great fun they once had together.
Simple text and photographs show characteristics of night and day - what you might see or things you can do.
Learn fun facts and trivia about hamsters.
Explore a fun day in the Sun while learning about "-un" sounds.
Time to play hide-and-seek. Where is the best place to hide?
Follow the step-by-step instructions on how to bake a cake!
Learn about the life, achievements, and legacy of NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson.
Oscar and Olivia are watching the Olympics. Find out what each country's flag looks like and what sport each country is good at.
Colorful pictures show the life cycle of plants.
The boy wants a pet. The animals he sees are too big or too scary. Will he ever find a perfect animal?
Take a trip around town and learn about all the different jobs there are.
When a teacher asks the children in her class to think about what makes their families special, the answers are all different but the same in the one way that matters most of all.
Three new students enter an American elementary school and face challenges with expressing themselves in their new language.
In this outer space adaptation of the fairy tale in rhyme, Cinderella dreams of becoming a spaceship mechanic.
We all like different food, but everybody needs to eat! How are we alike and different? Find out in My Food, Your Food, Our Food!
Piglet feels a little insecure—she has upset her papa. Does that mean he no longer loves her? Horse, Sheep, Donkey, Duck, and Dog all tell her that they love her—but they know someone who loves her a million times more! Who can it be?
Look around the zoo! What do you spy? Simple text and color photographs describe objects and people children might see at the zoo.
A little yellow bird named Fern is afraid to fly, until a friendly pink bird named Flora comes and offers her help to fly with the flock and make friends.
A kindergarten-level introduction to the vehicles known as scooters, covering their purpose, parts, and operation, and such defining features as their handlebars and brakes.