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Toys!

by Don Wulffson & Laurie Keller

A fresh, intriguing look at the stories behind great toy inventions.

"Originally, Play-Doh only came in white. There's a good reason for this. You see, Play-Doh didn't start out as a toy. It started out as a...


Partners In Play

by Rita Anderson

Partners in Play is a book by Rita Anderson.


What Is St. Patrick's Day?

by Elaine Landau

How do people celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Who was St. Patrick? Why do people wear green? Learn all about this holiday in this easy-to-read book. Enjoy a hands-on activity, too!


Doomsday Rocks From Space

by Margaret Poynter

What happened to the dinosaurs? Scientific evidence suggests that a giant asteroid crashed into Earth 65 million years ago, killing off the dinosaurs. This doomsday rock could have changed the course of life...


Bugged-Out Insects

by Margaret J. Anderson

What kind of insect would make its home in a pile of dung? Does a female praying mantis really eat its mate? Do house flies spit on your food? Author Margaret J. Anderson answers all of these questions in BUGGED-OUT...


Bloodsucking Creatures

by Ron Knapp

When we think of bloodsuckers, we often imagine vampires like Count Dracula in scary movies. But what about the real bloodsuckers that creep, crawl, and fly all over the world? Mosquitoes love to feed on human...


Mummy Secrets Uncovered

by Ron Knapp

How does a dead body become a mummy? Can you see a woman's tattoos after she has been buried for 2,500 years? Can we find out what games a young king played 3,000 years ago by searching his tomb? When scientists...


Tall and Short

by Jane Katirgis

Author Jane Katirgis introduces newest readers to the world of "tall" and "short." With the help of full-color photos and a Words to Know section, young children can get a start reading on their own.


Over and Under

by Jane Katirgis

Delightful color photos of the opposites "over" and "under" help illustrate this concept to new readers. A simple word or phrase describes each photo. Young children can get a start reading on their own.


Day and Night

by Jane Katirgis

What's the difference between day and night? This new title introduces readers to the world of these opposites. Crisp color photos support the text for young children who are just starting to read on their own....


Up and Down

by Jane Katirgis

Up the hill, down the hill . . . This title introduces these opposites with simple words repeated throughout the text. Full-color photos support the text. Young readers can use these books to start learning...


Back and Front

by Jane Katirgis

With great use of fun and colorful photos, this book introduces readers to the difference between back and front. New readers can get a start reading on their own!


Winter Colors

by Brian Enslow

Take a look at the colors of the Winter. The colors of the season are on display! Color can be found everywhere, in mittens, nature, and of course wrapping holiday gifts. Using sight words and simple sentences,...


Summer Colors

by Brian Enslow

The colors of Summer are here! Color can be found everywhere, in flags, flowers, birds, and kites. Using sight words and simple sentences, early readers are shown the colors of the rainbow, and then find each...


Big and Little

by Jane Katirgis

Author Jane Katirgis introduces new readers to the difference between big and little. Full-color photos reinforce the concept. Young children will be delighted to start reading on their own.


Fall Colors

by Brian Enslow

When fall arrives, the harvest colors of the season are on display! Color can be found everywhere, in pumpkins, acorns, and of course leaves that are soon to drop from the trees. Using sight words and simple...


Rescue Vehicles

by Mary Kate Doman

Written simply for young children, RESCUE VEHICLES looks at some of the best-known rescue vehicles around!


Earthmovers and Diggers

by Mary Kate Doman

EARTHMOVERS AND DIGGERS will have kids digging into reading. Realistic, full-color photos of construction equipment paired with simple text is a fun invitation for kids to read, observe, and see more!


Spring Colors

by Brian Enslow

Spring finally arrives! Color can be found everywhere, in flowers, birds, and nature. Using sight words and simple sentences, early readers are shown the colors of the rainbow, and then find each color of the...


Big Trucks

by Mary Kate Doman

BIG TRUCKS get kids all revved up and ready to read. Eye-catching photos and simple repetitive text in large type makes this book a perfect choice for the beginning reader.