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Angora Rabbit (23)
The Folkmanis Angora Rabbit is a sensational puppet for all ages. Lifelike with fluffy soft long pile plush and signature rabbit ears, cuddle this bunny in your arms as you move head and forelegs realistically to engage friends in delightful illusion and pretend play.
Berenstain Bears Blast Off!, The (23) Level 1
The Berenstain Bears cant wait to visit the Bear Country Space Center, where rockets blast off into outer space! When the tour guide gives Mama, Papa, and the cubs a tour of the Big Bear Space Rocket, he makes it very clear not to touch anything. But when Papa sees a big red button, he just cant help himself. Get ready to blast off! The Berenstain Bears Blast Off! is a Level One I Can Read, making it perfect for children learning to sound out simple words and sentences.
The first picture book written and illustrated by award-winning creator Vashti Harrison traces a child’s journey to self-love and shows the power of words to both hurt and heal. With spare text and exquisite illustrations, this emotional exploration of being big in a world that prizes small is a tender portrayal of how you can stand out and feel invisible at the same time.
A New York Times Bestseller
A Kids’ Indie Next List Pick
A Publishers Weekly Summer Reading List Pick
An Amazon Best Book of the Month
Bluey: Mum School (23)
Bluey wants to play Mum School instead of taking her bath. But when Bluey's balloon kids go out of control, Bluey doesn't know what to do! Will Bluey figure out what they need before bathtime?
Dragon Masters: Curse of the Shadow Dragon (23)
A huge shadow is blanketing the sky, spreading across every kingdom. And wizards all over the world are losing their magic powers! The Dragon Masters soon discover that a Shadow Dragon named Chaya and his Dragon Master, Aruna, are responsible for the sky-shadow. Drake teams up with Jean to figure out how this Shadow Dragon has so much power. Will they stop the sky-shadow, or will the world fall into complete darkness? And is evil magic to blame for all this chaos? With engaging black-and-white artwork on every page, kids won't be able to put down this action-packed adventure! This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line, Branches, aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow!
Emperor's Egg, The (03)
Can you imagine spending the winter outdoors in Antarctica without anything at all to eat? Thats just what the male Emperor penguin does. While his mate is off swimming in the ocean and catching loads of fish, he stands around in the freezing cold with an egg on his feet for two whole months, keeping it warm and waiting for it to hatch. This charming, oversize picture book is full of fabulous facts about natures most devoted dad. "Students who are wild about penguins and classrooms doing units on them will find The Emperor's Egg an action-packed read." School Library Journal
Farmer Duck (96)
Farmer Duck isn't your average duck. This duck cooks and cleans, tends the fields, and cares for the other animals on the farmall because the owner of the farm is too lazy to do these things himself. But when Farmer Duck finallly collapses from exhaustion, the farmyard animals come to the rescue with a simple but heroic plan.
Handa's Surprise (11)
Handa puts seven delicious fruits in a basket to take to her friend, Akeyo. Which fruit will Akeyo like best, she wonders the yellow banana, the sweet guava, the juicy orange, the ripe mango, the spiky pineapple, the creamy avocado, or the tangy passion fruit? As Handa makes the long walk to the next village, carrying the basket on her head, a monkey, ostrich, zebra, elephant, giraffe, antelope, and parrot steal her fruits, one by one. But little do they know that Handa has an even bigger surprise in store! Ideal for reading aloud, Handas Surprise is available as a Big Book suited for sharing with groups of young children. "In the best pantomime spirit, readers long to tell Handa whats happening just behind her." The Guardian (U.K.)
Harold and the Purple Crayon: A New Adventure (22) Level 2
Join Harold, Porcupine, and Moose as they surf the oceans waves, get lost in the big city, learn to ride a motorcycle, and discover a world much bigger than they could ever imagine. This early reader is a level 2 I Can Read, which means its geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help. Whether shared at home or in a classroom, the engaging stories, longer sentences, and language play of Level Two books are proven to help kids take their next steps toward reading success.
Harold and the Purple Crayon: Meet Harold! (22) Level 1
Meet Harold and his two best friends as they go on a magical journey with the help of Harolds purple crayon in this Level 1 I Can Read.
How Dinosaurs Went Extinct: A Safety Guide (23)
In this outrageous "safety guide," a child in a museum asks their parents how the dinosaurs all became extinct. Well, their father has some theories. Gallimimus? Ran with scissors. Ankylosaurus? Tipped in their chair. Spinosaurus? Swam after eating. Tyrannosaurus rex? Didn’t change their underwear. By the end of the story, the child vows to never do any of these "dangerous" things again. Those dinosaurs should have been more careful!
This off-the-wall picture book written by New York Times bestselling author Ame Dyckman with uproarious illustrations by Jenn Harney will have kids laughing out loud as they see dinosaurs getting into some all-too-familiar hijinks.
I Am a GREAT Friend! (23)
Baby Capybara is a great friend. After all, no one else can create obstacle courses, follow treasure maps, or make perfect mud pies. So why is he the only capybara without a beautiful bevy of birds perched on his back? He tries to be more like the other capybaras: he floats calmly, he naps quietly, and he even chews slowly—still no flock!
But when an unexpected critter splashes onto the scene, Baby Capybara realizes that, instead of changing himself to fit in, maybe there’s someone out there who loves the same things he does!
"Well-timed speech bubbles and kinetic images capture the way that boisterous and tender-hearted Baby Capybara makes an impression, playing out an endearing, very relatable journey about finding a true friend to click with."
— Publishers Weekly, 2/20/2023
"There’s something irresistible about Baby Capybara. . . . The highs, lows, and in betweens of seeking connection are laid out humorously yet truthfully. This could easily be read just for entertainment or as a conversation starter around a variety of social-emotional skills. It is nimble, just like Baby Capybara. A sweet combination of silly and tender."
— Kirkus Reviews
I Live in a Tree Trunk (23)
This companion to I Was Born a Baby is an irresistible read-aloud that delivers catchy rhymes and bold, silly art about where baby animals make their homes, from in the sea to in a tree.
I live in a bog. I live in a mound. My place is a burrow, hidden in the ground.
Are you for SURE? I had NO clue!
Mine’s a burrow! Mine’s a burrow! Mine’s a burrow, too!
This rhyming read-aloud starts off with a porcupine who says, "I live in a tree trunk." Soon all the baby animals on the page begin eagerly sharing where they live! But when the groundhog and the platypus and the rabbit realize they live in the same dwelling as several other species, they say, "Are you for SURE? I had NO clue!" in a refrain kids will love repeating.
The strong, catchy rhythm and sense of wonder and discovery about the animal kingdom, plus deadpan humor and wonderfully expressive art, make this an addictive repeat read for all ages.
Kitty and Cat: Opposites Attract (23)
Meet Kitty! Kitty wants to play! Meet Cat. Cat just wants to nap. Bold, whimsical artwork and plenty of humor engage little ones in a sly and stylish introduction to opposites.
This deceptively simple concept book introduces readers to grumpy, old, exhausted Cat, who just wants to be left alone, and to happy, new, energetic Kitty, who longs to make friends. In a story told entirely through well-chosen pairs of opposites and drolly expressive artwork, author-illustrator Mirka Hokkanen manages to elevate the humble concept book into a true work of art—one that is bound to have readers giggling and crying for more!
Little Critter: Monster Truck (23) Level A My First
Little Critter wants a new toy Squisher truck! For two weeks, Little Critter does chores to pay for ithe lets the dog in, takes out the trash, and cleans his room. When he finally has enough money, the toy store is all sold out. To cheer Little Critter up, his dad takes him to Uncle Zebs monster truck rally. From seeing tricks on two wheels to riding in an actual monster truck, Little Critter has the best time ever! But will Little Critter ever get his Squisher truck? Young readers will love the fun illustrations in Little Critter: Monster Truck and the simple text will resonate with new readers. This My First I Can Read book is carefully crafted using basic language, word repetition, sight words, and sweet illustrations, which means it's perfect for shared reading with emergent readers.
Mini Blue Nudibranch (23)
A natural wonder of the sea, the Mini Blue Nudibranch finger puppet inspires discovery of this colorful underwater species. Innovative design features weighted beads for sensational tactility.
Mini Hamster (23)
Soft and sweet, the Mini Hamster puppet is a perfect pocket pet that comes alive with three fingers in the head and forelegs.
Oakley the Squirrel: Camping 1, 2, 3! (23)
Oakley the Squirrel: Camping 1, 2, 3! is a counting book like no other. Oakley helps readers learn to count as he experiences the fun of a camping trip. Every page features photos of real squirrels! Photographer Nancy Rose lures squirrels into her photo frame using strategically placed peanuts, so they appear in squirrel-sized sets that replicate human life, complete with tents, s'mores, campfires, and more. It's irresistible!
One Is a Snail, Ten is a Crab (10)
What do one hundred sunbathing snails have in common with ten crabs in inner tubes? Check out this mirthful counting book with a focus on feet. If one is a snail and two is a person, we must be counting by feet! Just follow the sign to the beach, where a bunch of fun-loving crabs, lounging dogs, gleeful insects, and bewildered-looking snails obligingly offer their feet for counting in a number of silly, surprising combinations from one to one hundred! "The buggy-eyed insects, crabs, and snails provide an appealing cast of characters who stand up to be counted against a summertime palette." Kirkus Reviews
Shiba Inu Puppy (23)
The Folkmanis Shiba Inu Puppy puppet is a wonderful companion. This sweet Japanese breed is ultra-soft and has sensational movement in mouth and all four legs for interactive play.
Think of an Eel Big Book (98)
A great resource for teachers! In graceful verse that matches the rhythm of an eels movement, THINK OF AN EEL relates the little-known lifestyle of a most intriguing fish. Children follow an eel from the day he is born, deep in the Sargasso Sea, to his years spent in the ocean, then join him on a trip up a freshwater river and return with him back to the sea, where he has his offspring. Fluid watercolor illustrations depict the sea and river setting in a story as captivating as it is true.
Underdogs Serve It Up, The (23)
Crime is on the rise in Dogtown, and its all thanks to a doggone thief! Its nearly time for the Dogtown Tennis Grand Slam, but all the balls have gone missing. Could Boris Barker, the famed international tennis pro, be behind it all? Or what about Steffi Gruff? Or Novak Dogavic? No matter who the culprit is, if theyre not stopped, the tournament will be ruined. So its time to call in the Underdog Detective Agency: with Barkley the German shepherd, Carl the Chihuahua, Dr. Spots the Dalmatian, and Fang . . . the cat. (Yes, a CAT!) What the Underdogs lack in skill, they make up for in grit and determination. And they jump on the case like a dog with a ball, but can they save the day and serve up the criminal mastermind in time? Or will it be game, set, match? Youll have to read to find out in this paws-itively hilarious mystery!
Up, Down, and Around (08)
From seeds dropping into soil to corn bursting from its stalks, from children chasing butterflies to ants burrowing underground, everything in this vibrant picture book pulses with life in all directions! Sprightly illustrations set the mood for a rhythmic text that follows natures course to a feast of backyard bounty. "An inviting introduction to the wonder of plants, food, and gardening. . . . Will be a favorite of teachers, students, and home readers alike." Kirkus Reviews
What Happened to You? (23)
This accessible, funny, and groundbreaking story addresses the questions children often ask, as well as a disabled child's choice not to answer.
What happened to you? Was it a shark? A burglar? A lion? Did it fall off? A boy named Joe is trying to play pirates at the playground, but he keeps being asked what happened to his leg. Bombarded with questions and silly suggestions, Joe becomes more and more fed up...until the kids finally understand they don't need to know what happened. And that they’re wasting valuable playtime!
Based on the author’s real childhood experiences, this honest, funny, and authentic picture book is an empowering read for anyone with a disability, and for young readers learning how best to address differences.
"As a person with a limb difference, 'What happened to you?' is a question I get asked just about every day. With playful illustrations, silly scenarios, and important life lessons, this book teaches us all what's actually important when we make a new friend: seeing them for who they are on the inside. Every child should have this book on their shelf."—Josh Sundquist, author of We Should Hang Out Sometime