Book List:19 titles
  • Together, a young boy and his abuelo (grandfather) go camping, ride horses, and even confront a mountain lion. Soon, the boy's family moves to the city from the country, away from Abuelo, and it is the boy's memories that help him adjust to his new l...


  • "Vámanos," Mamá says. "Let's go!" Together we garden and bake. We bike and paint a mural, colorful and bright. I do some things sola, all by myself. Mamá says, "¡Perfecto!" -- just perfect! With Mamá, I feel like a girasol, a sun...


  • In Papá and Me, a young boy and his papa may speak both Spanish and English, but the most important language they speak is the language of love. In this beautiful bilingual picture book, Arthur Dorros portrays the close bond between father and son, ...


  • Part My Side of the Mountain and part The Red Badge of Courage, a gripping journey of survival across a country at warFrom Arthur Dorros, author of many highly-acclaimed picture books, comes this thrilling first novel. Thirteen-year-old Ehmet, separa...


  • Let the Scholastic Bookshelf be your guide through the whole range of your child's experiences--laugh with them, learn with them, read with them!Category: HumorThe kids told their teacher Mr. Harrison that their fungus experiment was getting out of c...


  • Julio and his friend, master carver Iluminado, find their ideas in the forest, where dragons, lizards, and angels hide in the wood of every twisted branch. At home, Julio can't wait to make sculptures for the annual wood-carving contest. But Iluminad...


  • Henry is so confused. She thinks a cow looks like this ... She thinks a horse looks like this ... But when Henry, the city chicken, flies the coop, she finds out that country life is not all it's cracked up to be....


  • Having always been eccentric, it is expected by the customers at Don Carlos's restaurant to get huge platters of interesting food, but when he introduces snails to the menu, things go awry and soon the whole town is in an uproar....


  • FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Explains how the wind works--whether it is pushing the clouds along, blowing through hair, rustling the curtains, or roaring during a hurricane--and shows how to make a simple weather vane....






  • Here's the band--they play and play.1 osprey dances ballet.... That twirling osprey joins a host of other swinging animals in this counting jamboree. By the time ten flamingos go tango, the dance floor expands in a special foldout with 55 animals roc...


  • This soaring story takes readers on a fantastic journey set in the same world and warm relationship as Arthur Dorros's award-winning Abuela! Rosalba is going on an imaginary journey to the Caribbean island where her grandmother grew up. Through her ...



  • Diego and his family are migrant farmers who move from state to state picking fruits and vegetables. Each day brings a new experience--a different place, a different crop, and different people to meet. But no matter where Diego goes, his radio goes w...


  • Showing how elephants live not only in herds, but also in close families, a colorfully illustrated exploration of elephant life explains details of their lives, including the matriarchal structure of their family system....


  • A look at different dwellings from around the world takes young readers on a tour of houses from such faraway places as China, Egypt, Israel, Japan, and other countries and teaches readers to say "house" in fifteen languages....



  • A younggirland her grandmother celebrate their home andrelationshipin this magical story. Winner of theParents' ChoiceAward Come join Rosalba and her grandmother, her abuela, on a magical journey as theyfly over the streets, sights, and people of Ne...



  • A tour of a rain forest reveals the diverse animals and plants that live in the ecosystem, explores various rain forests throughout the world, and discusses the threat to the delicate balance of life in such environments...