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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,...

Shivery Shades of Halloween

By: Mary McKenna Siddals
illustrated by: Jimmy Pickering

A rollicking, rhyming Halloween romp—in every color!   What color is Halloween? Why, it’s as green as an “eerie glow, evil grin, vile brew, clammy skin,” as white as “cobwebs...

Shivery Shades of Halloween: Read & Listen Edition

By: Mary McKenna Siddals
illustrated by: Jimmy Pickering

A rollicking, rhyming Halloween romp—in every color!   What color is Halloween? Why, it’s as green as an “eerie glow, evil grin, vile brew, clammy skin,” as white as “cobwebs...


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.

Sleepytime Me

By: Edith Hope Fine
illustrated by: Christopher Denise

Splashy sunset paints the sky. Shy moon tiptoes, climbs up high . . .  Daylight is fading and night is drawing in. It's time for bed. A drowsy child observes the wide world settling down,...

Sneezy Louise

By: Irene Breznak
Illustrated by: Janet Pedersen

Even before breakfast, Louise knows that it isn’t going to be an easy day. Her itchy eyes, wheezy throat, and very, very sneezy nose lead to trouble at school, during ballet class, and even while...


Snow Wonder

By: Illustrated by Julia Woolf

WHEN TWO CHILDREN wake up to find that it has snowed, they spend the day riding sleds, building snowmen, making snow angels, skating a figure eight, and even taking a break to make gingerbread cookies...

Snowbots

By: Aaron Reynolds
Illustrated by: David Barneda

How do the robot children of Clackentown spend snow days? They have supersonic snowball fights, make robot angels with wing nuts moving up and down, take hot oil baths to thaw out the joints, and receive...

Spring Surprises

By: Anna Jane Hays
Illustrated by: Hala Wittwer Swearingen

It's time to say goodbye to winter and celebrate all the fun and exciting surprises springtime offers—like flying kites, making mud pies, watching new baby animals take their first steps, and dancing...