"In the 1980s, boom boxes and breakdancing were all the rage, Cabbage Patch Kids were flying off the shelves, and a new TV station called MTV was launched. Kids will love learning about the first at-home video game consoles, jelly shoes, leg warmers, eighties slang, and VCRs! Lighthearted illustrations and approachable language introduce young readers to all this and more hallmarks of the awesome decade"--
"Nat the Cat must take a bath. But first, he wants his toys. Then he won't get in the tub without bubbles. And of course, he'll need a towel. As Nat the Cat keeps coming up with excuses to not get in the bath, the narrator can't help but wonder if he's hiding something--like a fear of water"--
Make every minute of reading count! Join Peppa and friends on a read-together phonics adventure! These motivating stories and activities make learning to read fun and easy. Includes five stories and five activities.
"Rex the warthog and Oslo the oxpecker bird are friends who do everything together. But when Rex wants to go swimming, Oslo objects! The water looks cold and wet. There might be sharks. Will Rex be able to help Oslo overcome his fears and join in the fun?"--
Pete the Cat wants a supercool Sharkbot toy, but he doesn't have enough money in his piggy bank. He takes on odd jobs, from shoveling snow to selling lemonade and more, and saves every penny. How long will it take for him to earn enough money to buy the toy?
"The bad seed is in a good mood...for once. That's because there's a really cool book at the library available for checkout. The bad seed reads, and reads, until the book can't be read anymore. But suddenly, he gets bad news: The book must be returned to the library so another seed can enjoy it. Will the bad seed return to his baaaaaad ways and keep the book?"--
"Kittens Max, Cantaloupe, and Melon love the Big Tree. In spring, they climb it. In summer, they stargaze on it. In autumn, they play in its leaves. It's always been there. But now the Big Tree is sick. Really sick. And Melon and Cantaloupe's parents have to cut it down. Max is sad to lose the Big Tree, but he's even sadder for his friends. The Big Tree was in their yard for their whole lives--it was their friend. More than anything, Max wants to...
"Kids will love learning so many fascinating facts about some of the stinkiest things on the planet! Did you know that some species of skunks do a handstand before they spray their stinky musk? Or that bearcat urine smells similar to...buttered popcorn? This book will focus on some of the smelliest things on the planet. A fun and super smelly activity is included!"--