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Shampoodle

By: Joan Holub
Illustrated by: Tim Bowers

Reading with help It's picture day at the dog park. But before the first photo can be taken, an exuberant pack of pups needs a bit of grooming. So they’re off to Shampoodle, the local pet salon,...

Ten Little Elvi

By: Laura J. Henson

Count down with these little kingsTEN little Elvi gettin'¬? ready to shineOne made a comeback and then there were NINE.Ten little tykes pay tribute to the King of Rock '¬?n'¬? Roll. While...

Mouse's Hide-and-Seek Words

By: Kathryn Heling and Deborah Hembrook
illustrated by: Patrick Joseph

Mouse makes word play fun!Readers will delight in finding small word hidden within bigger words; for example, when Mouse trips, his pants rip! Silly Mouse! A Step 1 book.


Silly Sara: A Phonics Reader

By: Anna Jane Hays
illustrated by: Sylvie Wickstom

Silly Sara spills and slips and trips! Sara is sick of being silly, so she decides to become Super Sara in this beginning phonics reader that promotes word recognition through rhyme.

Ballet Stars

By: Joan Holub
illustrated by: Shelagh McNicholas

From ballet class to rehearsal for the big show to the final curtesies—budding ballet stars show emergent readers each step and pirouette along the way! This Step 1 story has big type and easy words,...

Too Many Cats

By: Lori Haskins Houran
Illustrated by: Joe Mathieu

Cat after cat makes its way over the fence and into the backyard of a lady who’s looking for a little quiet to enjoy some music. There are slinky cats and stinky cats, gray cats and stray cats, but...


It's Simple, Said Simon

By: Mary Ann Hoberman
illustrated by: Meilo So

One day, a boy goes out for a walk. He encounters a dog, a cat, and a horse. The dog dares him to growl, the cat dares him to stretch, and the horse dares him to jump. "It's simple," says Simon....

And to Think That We Thought That We'd Never Be Friends

By: Mary Ann Hoberman
illustrated by: Kevin Hawkes

In rhyming verse that’s a deliberate homage to Dr. Seuss, poet and picture book author Mary Ann Hoberman takes on quarreling and its consequences, and shows how turning fighters into friends leads...

Happy Alphabet!

By: Anna Jane Hays
illustrated by: Joe Mathieu

A string of wacky people, animals, and objects, each beginning with a different letter of the alphabet, gather to celebrate a birthday! Each page presents a letter of the alphabet, and every phrase rhymes...