Illustrations and simple text explain stratus, cumulus, and cirrus clouds.
Otto the robot builds a spaceship to take him home.
Third-grader Will's little brother Steve enthusiastically manages Will's campaign for class president, despite Will's total lack of interest in running--
Hiccup must find a way to track the dragon that is trying to chase them away from the outpost and cheer up his dad back home in Berk.
Paddington is delighted to discover that the Browns are throwing him a birthday party. But when the magic trick he performs goes awry, Paddington needs something more than a tap of his wand to set things straight. Michael Bond s classic character will charm beginning readers with his unique brand of magic. Paddington and the Magic Trick is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
When Pip the mouse floats off with Otto the robot's balloon, Otto and Zee the Bee go to the rescue.
Uncovers the mysteries of snow and celebrates the joy it can bring.
An introduction to outer space--
Illustrations and simple text explain what wind is, how it is used by plants, birds, and people, and how wind can become a storm.
When Emily Elizabeth goes to spend the night at her grandparents' house, Clifford the puppy hides in her bag and comes along.
Floods are natural disasters that can be brought on by severe weather. In this informative title readers will learn about what causes flooding, different types of floods, where they most often occur, flood warnings and alerts, and what we can do before, during, and after floods occur to stay safe--Provided by publisher.
Learn all about the soaring science behind aerodynamic airplanes--Publisher.
What is that colorful arc in the sky? It is a rainbow. Rainbows are always pretty to look at, but where do they come from? The answer is at your fingertips. Just open this book and read about the wonders of rainbows ...--
There are no clouds in the sky. The sun is shining! How does the sun bring us such warm, bright days? Just open this book and read about the wonders of the sun.--
Introduces animals that live in the jungle, discussing how they move, find food, and different physical characteristics.
Bitsy Bee and Busy Bug take a trip to the beach to build sand castles, swim, and more!--Publisher.
Collects three of the original readers from the 1940s and 1950s featuring Dick and Jane, their little sister Sally, their parents, Spot the dog, and Puff the cat. Our second Dick and Jane treasury is here! The World of Dick and Jane and Friends is a compilation of some of the best-loved Dick and Jane titles. The treasury includes stories parents and grandparents will remember from Guess Who, The New We Come and Go, and The New We Look and See. Share a classic treasury with a new generation of Dick and Jane readers, who will love the Dick and Jane Stories as much as you did!
Describes some of the outdoor activities people can enjoy at a campground, including hiking, fishing, and games.
When Splash needs to learn how to be quiet, her grandfather takes her for swimming lessons.
Describes some of the outdoor activities people can enjoy at a playground, including using the jungle gym or the swings, building a sandcastle, and making new friends.
Describes some of the outdoor activities people can enjoy on school grounds, including physical education classes, playing games with friends, and training with an organized sports team.
Describes some of the outdoor activities people can enjoy at a water park, including going down the water slide, going in the wave pool, and playing games in the water.
Big Duck likes to boss around her younger brother, Little Duck, and she fancies herself the leader of their trio when joined by their gentle friend Porcupine. Little Duck does not speak yet, but through his expressions and his actions, he shows that he has a better grasp on any situation than his older sister--