Book List in Order:34 titles

  • EDITORIAL REVIEW:A peaceful summer home is disturbed by a family of beavers busily building a home of their own on the diving dock. Readers will be amused and amazed as they see and learn about beavers at work. A Level 2-Reading Together book....


  • Beautifully illustrated by best-selling illustrator Lynn Munsinger (What Mommies Do Best and What Daddies Do Best), this book features the adventures of Ricky, Rhoda, Rowdy, Rena, Rooter and Margaret Rose Bunny and their watchful Mama. Watch as Mama ...


  • Good Morning, Garden is a tranquil greeting to a new day, and a celebration of all living things in a child's garden. The loosely rhyming, lilting text shows a child's joy in discovering chipmunks, ladybugs, butterflies, and blackberries. This gentle...


  • Believe it or not, a boy and an elephant have a lot in common . . .When a young boy and a young elephant meet in an animal park, they instantly take a liking to each other.“I was born out of my mother, too,” the boy said. “But first I grew insi...


  • FROM AMERICA’S MOST TRUSTED NAME IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Every book in the Bank Street Ready-to-Read series is targeted at the individual abilities of children ages four to eight. The three interconnecting levels of the series are ...



  • Instead of focusing on Christopher Columbus himself, this unique historical guide explores the world he left behind, offering little-known facts and stories about fifteenth-century Spain that will expand children's understanding of the world at that ...



  • When Oka-san, a brown-and-gold duck, selects the Mitsui Office Park as the perfect spot for her nest, people flock from downtown Tokyo to watch the ducklings hatch. A modern-day Make Way for Ducklings, set in Japan....






  • Every book in the Bank Street Ready-to-Read series is targeted at the individual abilities of children ages three to eight as they develop reading skins.Level 1 (PRE-K-GRADE 1) books are perfect for reading aloud with children who are getting ready t...


  • Charming new illustrations mark a reappearance of a popular, rhythmically rhyming tale about Giraffe and Mouse, who disagree over the advantages of height but who work together when their lives are threatened....


  • Period prints and drawings highlight a fascinating look back at what life was like in colonial America in 1776, exploring the ways in which children lived on a New England farm, a southern plantation, and on the frontier....


  • Free people,Free landThe Muldie boys and their father have come a long way to Kansas. But when Daddy moves on, the three boys must begin their own journey. They must learn to care for one another and face the dangers of the wilderness alone....


  • How do you get rid of the elephant that scared off the alligators that chased away the dogs that frightened the cats that got rid of the mice? There's only one thing that'll scare an elephant! Playful and fast-paced, this comical caper is perfect for...



  • The Bank Street College of Education presents a lesson in working together, in which Rhoda Rabbit, who says she is too hungry to help make lunch, learns the hard way that the secret ingredient in Group Soup is sharing....






  • Illus. in full color. Nicky's mom is making so much stew that he is allowed to bring a friend home for supper. But his best friend Alec can't come, and Carla won't come--she hates beef stew. So Nicky begins a funny, frantic quest for someone to share...





  • Annie's on her way to but a pet with five birthday dollars. But by the time she reaches the pet store, the money is gone! Keep track of the disappearing dollars and find out how Annie ends up with a lot more than she bargained for....


  • About?The?Bank?Street Ready-To-Read Series More than seventy years of educational research and innovative teaching have given the Bank Street College of Education the reputation as America's most trusted name in early childhood education. Because no...













  • FORMER LIBRARY BOOK WITH USUAL STAMPS AND MARKINGS. IT HAS HAD HEAVY USE. COVERS/SPINE ARE FADED AND WELL WORN. REMNANTS OF A LIBRARY STICKER ON LAST PAGE, AND INSIDE BACK COVER HAS SIGNIFICANT GLUE RESIDUE. CONTENT PAGES HAVE SOME DISCOLORATION AND ...