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The Four Boxes

by Oki Han Brenda Parkes

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Fourth of July Mice!

by Doug Cushman Bethany Roberts

It's the most patriotic of all holidays-Independence Day! The Holiday Mice take part in all the activities that make the Fourth of July fun: a parade, a picnic, a baseball game and sack race, and a refreshing dip in the stream. Even Mr. Mouse, the littlest mouse's special toy, joins in the festivities. The best part of all comes at the end of the day: a spectacular fireworks show!Packed with plenty of red, white, and blue and featuring the four Holiday Mice at their most adorable, this story about our nation's birthday will delight readers young and old alike.

Foxly's Feast

by Owen Davey

To say that Foxly is hungry would be an understatement-he can't stop thinking about food! He's completely ravenous. So Foxly sets out to find something delicious and filling. First, he discovers a deserted bag of groceries. But will it be enough to fill this fox? It looks like he has something bigger in mind. Foxly approaches a group of roosters and hens, but he still does not chow down. Just what could this crafty fox be up to? Foxly is dreaming of a bigger and better feast, but who will be invited to join him-not as his supper but as his picnic guest?Foxly's Feast is a warm, wordless picture book about the delights of healthy eating and friends. Owen Davey's autumnal palate and expressive illustrations provide opportunities for even the tiniest readers to imagine what Foxly will do (or eat) next.

Francisco Vasquez de Coronado

by Kristin Petrie

This text traces the life of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, who led a major expedition from Mexico through what is now the southwestern United States.

Frank and Beans

by Kathy-Jo Wargin

A Lesson in Caring and Kindness. Frank's neighbor has puppies, and boy, does Frank want one! But by the time his parents say yes, the puppies are all gone. Will Frank ever get the dog he wants?

Frank and Beans and S'more Trouble

by Kathy-Jo Wargin

A Lesson in Patience. Frank loses his temper with the family cat and now poor S'More has run away. Does Frank have the patience he will need to bring her home?

Frank and Beans and the Grouchy Neighbor

by Kathy-Jo Wargin

A Lesson in Forgiveness. Frank can't wait to go fishing--until he finds out Mr. Granger is going too. And Mr. Granger doesn't like dogs! When Beans gets excited, it seems like the trip is ruined. Will Beans be forgiven?

Frank and Beans and the Scary Campout

by Kathy-Jo Wargin

A Lesson in Knowing God is Always with You. Frank and Beans are camping in the backyard. But when the sun goes down, Frank hears all kinds of scary noises. And Beans is so scared he runs right out of the tent! What will Frank do now that he's alone? Picture descriptions present.

Franklin and Harriet

by Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin likes being a big brother to his toddler sister Harriet most of the time, but when Harriet tries to commandeer Franklin's favorite toy -- his stuffed dog, Sam -- he begins to see her in a different light. Full-color illustrations. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

Franklin and the Tin Flute

by Sharon Jennings

When Franklin trades an old tin flute he found in the basement for a marble, he discovers that the flute was never his to trade. This Level 2 first reader contains longer stories, varied sentences, increased vocabulary, more difficult visual clues and some repetition.

Franklin Makes a Deal

by Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin has only half the money he needs to buy the Super-Duper Spy Kit of his dreams. His father makes a deal: he will give Franklin the money he needs if Franklin will paint the fence. Franklin agrees, but soon finds that painting is hard work. So he enlists Beaver and Fox to help by making a deal with them. That deal leads to another, and another until finally the fence is painted and Franklin's father pays him. In a surprising twist, Franklin finds that he has enough money for two spy kits--one for himself and one for his best friend, Bear.

Franklin Says I Love You

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

In this Franklin Classic Storybook, our hero is a very lucky turtle. He has the best friends, the best little sister, the best goldfish, and, of course, the best mother. But when he discovers that his mother's birthday is coming up, he can't find the best present. After giving it some serious thought, Franklin decides to do everything for his mom. On the morning of her birthday he takes her breakfast in bed, makes a brooch, draws a picture, and cuts fresh flowers from the garden! And then Franklin gives his mom a great big hug and says, "I love you"--which is, of course, the best gift of all.

Franklin's Picnic

by Sharon Jennings

In this Level 2 first reader, youngsters will identify with Franklin as he discovers his friends have different tastes. Franklin is dismayed to discover that his Woodland friends don't like flies, his favorite picnic lunch.

Frankly, Frannie

by Stern Aj Marts Doreen Mulryan

She's already got her resume, business cards, and mustard packets (which are so much more grown up than ketchup) ready. So why is it taking eleventeen hundred years? Frannie's class is visiting the local radio station and the radio host is no where to be found. Should Frannie cover for him--after all, this could be her big break! But what happens when listeners call in with questions, and Frannie doesn't know the answers? Watch a Video .

Freddie and Flossie (The Bobbsey Twins, Pre-Level 1)

by Laura Lee Hope

Meet Freddie and Flossie. They are twins. They look alike, but in many ways they are very different ... or maybe not!

Freight Train

by Donald Crews

In powerful words and vibrant illustrations, Donald Crews evokes the essence of inexorably rolling wheels, so that even a child not lucky enough to have counted freight cars will feel he has watched a freight train passing. A book truly for the youngest child -- and for every one of us who has been that child. Images and image descriptions available.

Friendly Faces (Decodable Readers, Level K, Unit 1)

by Houghton Mifflin

An early reader book from the Decodable Readers series by Houghton Mifflin.

Friendly Snowman

by Catherine Shoolbred

For the littlest readers - a Christmas board book with a twinkly cover. In FRIENDLY SNOWMAN, it's cold outside, and snow is falling softly. Three rosy-cheeked children are building a snowman out of snow and twigs. And when they say goodbye to him, they're sure they see him wave! Picture descriptions present.

Friends

by Min Hong Winson Trang

A young Korean child and her adult friend who provides day-care complement each other perfectly as they cook and eat, push and swing, and cuddle and read together.

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties: Ghostly Holler-Day

by David Roberts Daren King

It's winter and what could be better than a ghostly holler-day by the sea? But how are Tabitha Tumbly, Charlie Vapour, Humphrey Bump and the other ghosties going to decide between Frighten-on-Sea and Scare-borough? A postcard from their friend Headless Leslie decides for them: Headless is in Frighten and cannot remember how to get home. He wrote the address on the postcard, then he forgot what the address was. So the friends descend on Frighten and set off on an exciting ghosty caper, involving a haunted Frighten pier, a mysterious phantom magician, a fun fair, and an extremely infuriating Headless Leslie.

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties: Ghostly Holler-Day

by David Roberts Daren King

It's winter and what could be better than a ghostly holler-day by the sea? But how are Tabitha Tumbly, Charlie Vapour, Humphrey Bump and the other ghosties going to decide between Frighten-on-Sea and Scare-borough? A postcard from their friend Headless Leslie decides for them: Headless is in Frighten and cannot remember how to get home. He wrote the address on the postcard, then he forgot what the address was. So the friends descend on Frighten and set off on an exciting ghosty caper, involving a haunted Frighten pier, a mysterious phantom magician, a fun fair, and an extremely infuriating Headless Leslie.

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties: Phantom Pirates

by Daren King

It's holler-day time again, but things never run smoothly for our ghosties. Intead of a luxury cruise, the friends find themselves aboard a ship of phantom pirates--how frightful!And when the friendly ghosties discover that the pirates plan to invade a still-alive ship, they simply have to help--after all, it is the polite thing to do!

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties: School of Meanies

by David Roberts Daren King

Frightfully Friendly Ghosties, described as "exciting, charming and ridiculous," byThe Guardian, is a hilarious book for young readers about the adventures of a funny, charming, and terribly polite group of ghosts who just want to get along with their housemates. The cast of classic characters, brilliant one-liners, and clever plotting will delight children and parents alike.King's "spicy wit" ensures School of Meanies is "full of wibbly wobbly sketchers that will make younger children crow with pleasure," according to the Literary Review. "Ghost School is stupid and rubbish, and, um, I'm not going to Ghost School ever again!" Bumping--the ghosties' only way to interact with the physical world--is Humphrey Bump's favorite thing. But the nasty headmaster at ghost school doesn't agree. He expels Humphrey for--you've got it!--bumping. So the other ghosties--Agatha, Tabitha and Wither--find Humphrey a place at still-alive school. They are also on hand to help him make friends. Wither invisibly writes a spooky poem on the board, Agatha sends children whirling into the clouds, and they all whisp out of Humphrey's satchel during lessons. The still-alive children are so mean they only run away. But they are nothing compared to the still-alive headmaster who is the biggest bully ever. Can Humphrey gather all the ghosties together to fight the bully, save the school and make lots of new friends?

Frog and Toad Are Friends

by Arnold Lobel

From writing letters to going swimming, telling stories to finding lost buttons, Frog and Toad are always there for each other--just as best friends should be. Images and image descriptions available.

Frog and Toad Together

by Arnold Lobel

Frog and Toad are as funny as ever. Bravely they survive an attacking snake and a rock slide, then celebrate by hiding under the covers and in the closet. Toad starts out shouting at his seeds for not growing fast enough, then wears himself out singing for and reading to the seeds because he thinks he has frightened them. Toad finds problems everywhere and his best friend Frog finds solutions. They spend exciting, happy times together as different from each other as popsicles and hot dogs. This is an easy to read first chapter book. The pictures are described.<P><P> Newbery Medal Honor book

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