Book List:14 titles

  • Bea Garcia is an artist and her favorite subject is Sophie, the smartest dog in the world. This spunky chapter book series is perfect for fans of Amelia's Notebook, Judy Moody, and Dory Fantasmagory series. Sophie is also Bea Garcia’s best frien...


  • Bea’s artistic gifts lead to a special new friendship in book two of this funny illustrated chapter book series for fans of Amelia’s Notebook and Judy Moody Bea Garcia is looking for a new best friend, and she almost has one—the smartest girl i...


  • Bea’s artistic gifts lead to a special new friendship in book two of this funny illustrated chapter book series for fans of Amelia’s Notebook and Judy Moody Bea Garcia is looking for a new best friend, and she almost has one -- the smartest gi...


  • Fans of Amelia’s Notebook and Judy Moody will love this friendship story bursting with doodles and pictures Bea Garcia is an artist. She draws anywhere and everywhere -- but mostly in her own notebook. When Bea’s first and only best friend Y...


  • How do animals say "Be my valentine"? Bees say it with flowers, seagulls by walking on the beach wing in wing, and cows with "moooosic." Die-cuts and flaps throughout reveal animals expressing their love in the cutest ways....


  • A few simple tricks will carry you far in the social world, and the menagerie in this book will help you to master them, from the proper way to converse (don't open your mouth just to hear yourself roar) to good manners while bathing (don't hog the m...



  • It turns out that a skunk wants a big bottle of French perfume . . . and a spider hopes to find a spinning wheel waiting for her on Christmas morning! Deborah Zemke's cheerful, expressive artwork is always a hit, and it's on full display in this fun ...






  • At home, in school, and out in public, there are certain rules that every smart kid should follow. Like, don’t leave any science experiment in the refrigerator for longer than six months. Or: Always tie your shoelaces—but not together. Deborah Zem...


  • Red cowboy hat, blue baseball cap, green ski cap—or a crown? Stars, stripes, dots, or sparkles? Young children just starting to make their own choices and assert their individuality will enjoy reading this—because it allows them to choose!...


  • Daughters come in all colors, sizes, and shapes, with all kinds of enthusiasms, abilities, and talents. But whether they're acting as the family's computer guru, movie critic, taste tester, fashionista, tennis partner, or dog walker, or are just usin...