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By Roderick J. Robinson. 2018
By Joette. 2018
By Joan B. Stuchner. 2017
By Danny Resner. 2018
By Grace Maccarone, Hollie Hibbert. 2013
"F is for Forest. While their porridge cooled, the bears walked in the forest, where they sniffed fragrant flowers." The… classic tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears meets the alphabet in this fairy-tale-meets-concept-book story. Grace Maccarone cleverly alliterates Goldilocks's tale from A to Z.
By Judith Bauer Stamper. 2002
Hi, I'm Carlos. I'm in Ms. Frizzle's class. The field trips we take in the Magic school Bus are always… cool, but our last outing was absolutely freezing. We learned all about blizzards and avalanches and how the ski patrol works to help people who are stranded. I have to tell you, just knowing how dangerous snow can be gives me the chills! So don't be left out in the cold--find out what happened when the Magic school Bus came to the rescue.
By Emily Granville. 2018
Autumn is a fun season for making wonderful family memories. A girl and her grandpa visit a farm to pick… apples, where they also see lots of pumpkins and enjoy nature.
By John Manders, Merrily Kutner. 1999
Children looking for goosebumps and chills will get them in this A to Z just right for Halloween or anytime.… Rich, spooky paintings help set the stage for a frightfully good time. This is a fixed-format ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book.
By Laurie B. Arnold. 2017
In this sequel to the popular kids novel, Hello There, We’ve Been Waiting For You!, it’s summertime and Madison McGee’s… best friends, Violet and Noah, join her in Costa Rica, where she’s staying with Rosalie Claire. Their dreams of lazy sunny beach days come to a screeching halt when Madison’s grandmother, Florida Brown, unexpectedly shows up on their doorstep. Dangerously ill with a mysterious ailment, Florida needs help. But the magic in Rosalie Claire’s fanny pack has stopped working. Only one person knows how to revive it - Grandma Daisy. The only problem? She’s been dead for five years. Enter the MegaPix 6000. Together, Madison and her friends have to figure out a way to turn the magic TV into a time machine so they can visit Grandma Daisy and save Florida. Once the intrepid trio hurtles into the past, a dizzying adventure unfolds, filled with heart-filled, unexpected consequences.
By Eileen Christelow. 1991
By H. A. Rey. 2005
Each of these well-priced ebooks introduces readers to a new, fun location and identifies objects they might find there. These… ebooks will build children's vocabulary as they follow Curious George on his trips to the zoo, circus, circus, aquarium, and farm. Bold colors, large type, and everyone's favorite mischievous monkey combine to make learning fun.
By H. A. Rey. 2012
Curious George won the 2010 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Children’s Animated Program on PBS-TV, and this delightful tie-in tells… the madcap story of Curious George at the library. Of course, when the librarian Mrs. Dewey leaves George in charge, he’s in quite the quandary. How will he organize the books? By color? By size? Will he able to shelve them all before Mrs. Dewey comes back? Activities exploring alphabetizing and classification add even more fun to the equation.
By H. A. Rey. 2016
George loves summer nights in the country—that's where he does his best stargazing. When his friend Bill says that nobody… knows how many stars there are, George is determined to count! But how will he keep track? Come along as George learns all about stars, constellations, and the night sky. Based on the Emmy-winning PBS show, this story is filled to the brim with additional facts, real photos, experiments, activities, and more. Learning about science has never been so much fun!
By H. A. Rey. 2015
A hole in the roof means George and the man with the yellow hat have to sleep in the living… room while their bedrooms are being repaired. But their adventure quickly turns into a disaster when George's nightly trips to the kitchen keep his friend awake at night. Can George use his other senses to quietly find his way to the refrigerator in the dark? Learn all about sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch with your favorite monkey! Based on the Emmy-winning PBS show, this story is filled to the brim with additional facts, real photos, experiments, activities, and more. Learning about science has never been so much fun!
By H. A. Rey. 2016
The seasons are changing and winter is closing in. George has toys for warm weather and toys for snowy weather—but… what’s a monkey to do when winter days are just plain cold? When he decides to ignore the weather and play with his wading pool and bubbles, George learns some interesting things about weather, temperature, and freezing and melting. Learn all about the four seasons with your favorite monkey! Based on the Emmy-winning PBS show, this story is filled to the brim with additional facts, real photos, experiments, activities, and more. Learning about science has never been so much fun!
By H. A. Rey. 2012
Curious George goes to a dog show and comes home with the winning contestants. When George becomes curious about how… many dogs are in the apartment, he devises a clever way to find out. This early reader explores the concepts of counting and grouping.
By Eric Gurney, Al Perkins. 1969
By Judy Delton. 1989
"Yippee! It's springtime. Now the Pee Wee Scouts can have their meetings outdoors. Mrs. Peters, their troop leader, shows them… how to plant seeds for a garden. She explains about vitamins and nutrition. And how to eat right. The Scouts plant radishes at home and make scrapbooks with pictures of good foods. Oranges. Carrots. Red, red radishes. Molly Duff wants to be the first Scout to earn her new badge. She wants to grow the biggest radish of all. Sun and water. Grow, grow, grow. But there's a secret Molly doesn't know. Rat's knees! Why won't Molly's radishes grow?" You'll have fun reading other books about the Pee Wee Scouts and keep checking because more are on the way. Bookshare has: Camp Ghost-Away #2, Bad, Bad Bunnies! #12, and Halloween Helpers #33.
By Peter Lerangis. 1995
Everybody made fun of the strange Ghiek kids at first. But that was before they offered to grant wishes to… their classmates at Hopnoodle Junior High. And soon, teachers are refereeing skateboard races in the hall, kids are taking classes in video and Frisbee, and the principal's on Rollerblades. Who ARE these kids, and where are they from? Is all this craziness just plain fun, or will it mean the end of Hopnoodle -- and everyone in it?