3) Space Cat
4) Easter mice!
Mice whirling in the moonlight, having a party on Halloween night, are threatened by an approaching cat until they come up with an ingenious trick to scare him off.
11) Monster baby
12) Pumpkin time!
After the visitors have left the zoo and the animals have settled down for the night, a mischievous monkey starts a ting-tong rhythm on the marimba and slowly the animals awaken. Lions and llamas samba and cougars and coyotes conga as all the animals join in the fun to create a rollicking fiesta. Infused with Mexican American flavor, ?MARIMBA! is a unique alphabet book that also introduces the concept of cognates—words in different languages...
Why do some things float and others sink? Does a small, wide container hold more water than a tall, thin one? How can you make a toy boat that floats sink to the bottom of a bathtub? Fun-filled activities encourage young children to use familiar and safe objects found in their homes or classrooms to make observations about the world around them. In this innovative series for young children, acclaimed science writer Seymour Simon and Nicole Fauteux...
How do you know air is around you when you can't see it? Can you make a balloon fly through the air? How can you tell there's pizza in the oven when you haven't been in the kitchen? Charming and lively illustrations by New York Times best-selling illustrator, Doug Cushman, ensures that the Let's Try It Out series is as much fun to look at as it is to try out! In this innovative series for young children, acclaimed science writer Seymour Simon...
19) Pumpkin Time!
The day the cows strolled down Main Street in fancy hats...Evy didn't notice.
What was Evy doing?
Evy is so focused on watching her garden grow that she misses all the silliness going on around her—pigs DANCING, donkeys FLYING, and sheep HAVING A PICNIC.
But after Evy's spent all year taking care of her garden, everyone's invited to pumpkin time!
Read-it! Readers en Español Your favorite Read-it! Readers are now available in Spanish. Written in conversational Spanish, these vibrant titles are also culturally sound—a solid choice for beginning readers. Looking for companion titles? Our Spanish readers pair perfectly with their English versions.