Help Archer find his missing turtle hiding in the pages of this picture book!
How Many Times Have I Told You to Pick Up This Room?
There’s nothing Amy likes more than being famous. It’s so fun to sign autographs for her bear, pose for photos with her parents, and she loves getting gold stars in class.
But when a new girl comes to school, suddenly she’s the superstar, and Amy is just super jealous.
Seeing bully Bootsie Barker get her comuppance is guaranteed to make young readers smile.
It's the worst when Bootsie Barker comes to my house. Bootsie's the one who pulls my hair and tears my books. She hates Charlene, my pet salamander. She says that I'm a turtle and she's a turtle-eating dinosaur.
Uh-oh, I think I hear a car pulling up. That's her now! Eeek!
Wallace, a mouse, could do almost anything. Anything that is, as long as he had a list.
- Wallace is a shy mouse.
- He writes lists.
When a whole class goes gorilla, they learn the importance of balancing passion and creativity with cooperation in this charmer of a picture book from the New York Times bestselling duo, Barbara Bottner and Michael Emberley.
The day Priscilla gets a book about gorillas, she instantly becomes obsessed. She dances like them, eats like them, and wears her gorilla costume 24–7!
With the help of Miss Brooks, Missy’s classmates all find books they love in the library—books about fairies and dogs and trains and cowboys. But Missy dismisses them all—“Too flowery, too furry, too clickety, too yippity.”
A girl learns that a cold needs a LOT of things, as she waits for a bad case of the sniffles to run its course.
What does a cold need? It needs a comfy bed by a window, warm socks, Grandma's chicken soup, and plenty of Dad's silly jokes. Sometimes, a cold just needs a little time.