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Superheroes are always on time . . . or are they? When Molly dons her clever crown and Ben ties on his courageous cape, this duo can accomplish anything. However, even superheroes must sometimes be reminded to be on time. Follow this duo through a daring adventure in becoming better--and more conscientious--buddies.
A book about the life cycle of a monarch butterfly.
Monkey and Robot are friends--the best kind. They simply belong together, and it never matters that silly Monkey is furry, or that kind Robot can rust. What matters is their sharing: movies and popcorn, games of hide-and-seek, a fish tank for...a hippopotamus? Joining the ranks of such noteworthy pairs as Bert and Ernie, Frog and Toad, and Henry and Mudge, Monkey and Robot celebrate their friendship in this chapter book of four charming tales that are ideal for young readers.
This utterly absurd, wacky and weird compilation of the first three books in the Wiley & Grampa's Creature Features series is packed with monsters, mayhem, and pictures on every page! In the rip-roaring adventures, Wiley and goofy Grampa get mixed up with everything from vampires to zombies to a legendary sea monster and always manage to land in deep doodoo. Luckly, they have no-nonsense Gramma and a troop of neighborhood friends to swoop in and save the day! At over three hundred pages, this volume includes fan favorites Dracula vs. Grampa at the Monster Truck Spectacular, Grampa's Zombie BBQ, and Monster Fish Frenzy.
In lilting rhymed text and colorful, lively pictures, three mischievous young monsters demonstrate good and bad manners in many situations, including playing, eating, reading, bathing, and cleaning house.
Its tires are over five feet tall. It is as heavy as an elephant. And it can jump, race, and crush like a monster! It's a monster truck! Whether racing over ramps, plowing through mud, or crushing cars, monster trucks are the biggest and baddest trucks out there! The bestselling and award-winning team that brought you Choppers! and Motorcycles!, author Susan E. Goodman and photographer Michael J. Doolittle, show readers how these beasts came to be, how they work, how they get ready for a show, and some of the exciting tricks that only monster trucks can do. This action-packed Step 3 Step into Reading beginning reader is filled with you-are-there color photographs! Informative and fast-paced, this book is perfect for boys and girls who love everything on wheels!
Once upon a time, there were three little rascals who thought they were the BIGGEST, BADDEST monsters around. But when they decide to build a huge monster of their own, he isn't exactly what the creatures were expecting. He's happy. He giggles. He's just grateful to be alive. And he has a lesson for his grouchy creators that only takes two little words.In this playful tale from bestselling picture book author Patrick McDonnell, a very BIG monster shows three very BAD little monsters the power of boundless gratitude.
It's BIG fun from Sandra Boynton in this big, big size of this favorite title. Great for laps and sharing, this oversized edition on thick, sturdy board material is perfect for oversized fun for children of all ages. This raucous story about the sounds animals make -- including three pigs who say la la la! - is just right for reading aloud.
Gary Smalley & Kari Smalley Gibson share the charming story of Mooki, a beaver orphan who's heartbroken by teasing until he learns children make fun of others because they have an "owie" in their own hearts. After you've read Mooki's Secret, ask your child: * How did Mooki feel when his secret was discovered? * What did Mooki do when he was teased about his teeth? * Did you ever feel had after someone teased you? * How did Suzzi's family encourage Mooki ? * What good things did Mooki learn about himself? * What good things have you learned about yourself? Point out to your child that the Chomper family helped Mooki see that his teeth were good and special. Their warm acceptance and encouragement helped Mooki get past the painful stage of feeling strange, different, and ashamed. We can encourage our children in similar ways. It is so important for you to help your child understand that we all experience painful things. Instead of dwelling on the pain, we can teach our children to trust God. Because of God's unfailing love and grace for His children, He ultimately transforms each painful experience into something that benefits us. As Christians we can have the security of knowing that God will never renege on his promise to make all things work together for good. He never leaves or forsakes us, but promises to give us grace sufficient to meet each trial. Even a young child can understand that God will always be there for us. Explain that there is never a time limit to God's perfect plan for us. He may bring joy in a day, or it may take several years. We may never fully understand why we experience some painful events, but we can completely trust God to bring us joy through it all. One of the most special gifts a parent can give a child is the example of calm trust in our loving and faithful God. You may also wish to explore these Scriptures with your child: Romans 8:28; Isaiah 61:3; 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18; James 1:2; and Hebrews 12:9-11. You can read more about finding joy through pain in thebook Joy That Lasts. Picture descriptions present.
Identifies the moon as our only natural satellite, describes its movement and phases, and discusses how we have observed and explored it over the years.
From the author of Goodnight Moon, the unmistakable voice of Margaret Wise Brown comes alive in this soon-to-be classic. The Moon Shines Down on children around the world with the familiar verse from the New England sampler, God Bless the Moon And God Bless Me.
Monkey and Robot are the best of friends--and they have the best of adventures! This chapter book includes four (more!) playful stories.Monkey always gets in the wildest of messes. And Robot is always there to help him out. After all, what are best friends for? "Readers looking for funny friendship stories but who think that Frog and Toad and other early readers are a tad too easy will find this unlikely duo just right," says Horn Book Magazine about the Monkey and Robot series.
Morgy hates being the new kid in a new school in a new town in a new state. He wishes he were back in California. Here in Massachusetts he has to contend with Ferguson, who's older and seems to have singled out Morgy to pick on. Ferguson is even there when Morgy tries to learn how to play hockey, and he never misses a chance to dump Morgy on the ice. And hockey becomes even more humiliating when Morgy is demoted from the ten-and-unders to the seven-and-unders, where he's the oldest kid on the team. Each day brings more things to get used to, from weird Boston accents to surviving the blizzard of the century. Gradually, though, Morgy begins to figure out life in Puckett Corner and learns that he just might fit in after all.
Journey along with Dr. Meg Lowman, a scientist who, with the help of slings, suspended walkways, and mountain-climbing equipment, has managed to ascend into one of our planet's least accessible and most fascinating ecosystems--the rain-forest canopy. "Fresh in outlook and intriguing in details, this book will strengthen any library collection on the rainforest. "--Booklist
The book discusses concept of motion and related topics like movement, speed, force, and inertia with fun facts and experiments.
Whether They're Jumping barrels, zipping along the highway on a road trip, or tearing up the motocross track, motorcycles are the coolest things on two wheels! Choppers! authors Susan Goodman and Michael Doolittle show readers the many types of motorcycles there are, how they work, and some of the exciting jobs, competitions, and events that feature them.
This classic Little Golden Book features adorable artwork of a child playing with her toy Noah's Ark set, accompanied by a sweet rhyme that preschoolers will love to hear as they identify the animals. Illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen, who brought The Color Kittens and The Fuzzy Duckling to life for Golden Books.
Mr. Peabody is the world's smartest person who just so happens to be a dog. When his "pet" boy, Sherman, uses their time-traveling WABAC machine without permission, the events in history spiral out of control to disastrous and comical results! It's up to this most unexpected of father-son teams to put things back on track. Children ages 5 to 9 will love this hardcover Big Golden Book that retells the entire story of the new film. From the Hardcover edition.
Relates how the unexpected delivery of a large crate containing a live penguin changes the life of Mr. Popper, a house painter obsessed by dreams of the polar region. A classic children's book originally published in 1930. [This text is listed as an example that meets Common Core Standards in English language arts for K-1 at http://www.corestandards.org.]
It's Mr. Putter's birthday. But is he too old for a party? Not if his fine cat, Tabby, and his neighbor Mrs. Teaberry and her good dog, Zeke, have anything to do with it! Filled with the all the usual Putter and Tabby humor and emotion--plus a whole lot of candles, balloons, and cake--this fourteenth book in the acclaimed series is a grand birthday celebration indeed.
Mrs. Rosey Posey is an eccentric grandmotherly character created by bestselling author Robin Jones Gunn. Mrs. Rosey Posey tells stories to the neighborhood children and teaches them how God loves and cares for them. A lesson in God's care for us. Rachel finds a baby bird that has fallen from its nest. "No one else saw it," she tells Mrs. Rosey Posey. But MRS. Rosey Posey knows that someone else did see it.
While HOP Companion Books can be used independently, this series of books has been designed as a supplement to Level 1 of the Hooked on Phonics® * Learn to Read program. When to read: Read after HOP Book 9, Dog Bug. Phonics practice: Words with short a, i, o, and u sounds, such as hat, pig, fox, and fun.
This is the United States of America. I think it is the best country in the world. There are many different kinds of people in my country. Together, we make one great people.
This work is for ages 3-5. This is a story that perfectly illustrates the loyalty and love that grows between a father and his children. Whimsical illustrations bring the characters to life in this gentle world Hallinan has created.
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