After the first day of first grade, Henry's not sure how he feels
about it. The teacher isn't like his kindergarten teacher, and the
fifth-graders hog the monkey bars. But as Henry tells his mother
about a new friend who likes soccer and about how he'll learn to
read books, he begins to realize that maybe first grade won't be so
bad after all.
Julia Donaldson is back to create this funny and adorable sequel to
The Gruffalo. One night, the Gruffalo’s child wanders
into the woods to search for the Big Bad Mouse. But instead, she
comes upon a small mouse in the woods . . . and decides to eat him.
A collection of audiobooks 19 and 20 in the Katie Kazoo,
In Gotcha. Gotcha Back., Katie and her friend George
try to spice up the school day by playing a few practical jokes.
Using a special kit full of whoopee cushions, pepper gum, and a
water-spraying camera, the two kids make a splash pulling off gag
After the holidays, Humphrey is shocked by a big surprise in Room
26-a new class pet. Humphrey tries to be welcoming, but Og the frog
doesn't respond to any of his friendly squeaks or visits (remember,
he has a lock-that-doesn't-lock). Plus, the students are so
interested in Og, they almost stop paying attention to Humphrey
The first book in the series about everyone's favorite classroom
You can learn a lot about life by observing another species.
That’s what Humphrey was told when he was first brought to
Room 26. And boy, is it true. In addition to having FUN-FUN-FUN in
class, each weekend this amazing hamster gets to sleep over with a
different student, like Lower-Your-Voice-A.
A mouse is taking a stroll through the deep, dark wood when along
comes a hungry fox, then an owl, and then a snake. The mouse is
good enough to eat but smart enough to know this, so he invents . .
. the gruffalo. As Mouse explains, the gruffalo is a creature with
terrible claws, and terrible tusks in its terrible jaws, and
knobbly knees and turned-out toes, and a poisonous wart at the end
of its nose.
The Infamous Ratsos. Louie and Ralphie Ratso’s
dad, Big Lou, always says that there are two kinds of people. those
who are tough and those who are soft. Louie and Ralphie are tough,
tough, tough, just like Big Lou, and they’re going to prove
When Louie and Ralphie Ratso set out to transform a cluttered
lot into an arcade, they end up conquering a few surprising fears
along the way in this follow-up to the Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor
Book The Infamous Ratsos.
Spring is in the air, and lots of things are
growing—including the Room 26 family.
Signs of spring are very exciting to everyone at Longfellow School.
Mrs. Brisbane's class has seen flowers poking out of snow and baby
birds hatching, and Just-Joey even brought in tadpoles that are
growing into frogs.