When make-believe Princess Jessica throws a royal ball, she delivers invitations to her loyal subjects, picks out her best ball gown, and even loses her slipper. If only her sister wasn't such a royal pain!
The first day of kindergarten is finally here, and Henry can't wait
to paint pictures, sing songs, and practice counting. When he gets
to school, though, he's not so sure he's ready for kindergarten.
But before long Henry discovers that the only thing he's not ready
for is how much fun he's going to have at school.
Joe, Sam, and Fred just want a relaxing summer. But when Fred
accidentally places their summer reading list inside The
Book, the guys find themselves trapped in Hoboken while
villains from children's classics run amok. The intrepic trio must
find The Book before the Headless Horesman, Long John
Silver, and a dastardly Mr.
Have you ever built a snowman and discovered the next day that his
grin has gotten a little crooked, or his tree-branch arms have
moved. And you've wondered . . . what do snowmen do at night. This
delightful wintertime tale reveals all. Caralyn Buehner's witty,
imaginative verse offers many amusing details about the secret life
of snowmen and where they go at night, while Mark Buehner's
roly-poly snowmen are bursting with personality and charm.
The Siamese kitty boy with the gigantico imagination has returned
for another loco adventure. In his room for a time-out, Skippyjon
Jones lets his imagination take him to a shack where his Chihuahua
friends are yipping and yapping and hiding out from the Bad
Bobble-ito, who has taken over their doghouse.
The unforgettable bestseller Wonder, now a major
motion picture, has inspired a nationwide movement to Choose
Kind. Now parents and educators can introduce the importance of
choosing kind to younger readers with this gorgeous picture book,
featuring Auggie and Daisy on an original adventure, written and
illustrated by R.
Humphrey's eleventh adventure celebrates stories, writing, and
the power of the imagination.
Imaginations are running wild in Mrs. Brisbane’s class, but
Humphrey is stumped. His friends are writing about where they would
go if they could fly, but Humphrey is HAPPY-HAPPY-HAPPY right where
he is in Room 26.