Book List in Order: 52 titles

  • In a perfect world where everyone destroys everything and eats human flesh, one zombie has had enough: BUCK BURGER! When he rebels at the natural disorder, his marriage starts deteriorating and a doctor prescribes him an anti-depressant. When Buck me...


  • In a world where ZOMBIES control banks and governments, only one young man sees the way things are and emerges from the CHAOS and destruction: GUY BOY MAN. While he tries to end human suffering worldwide and in his high school, Guy Boy Man meets a cu...



  • George and Martha: One More Time contains the classic stories "The Scary Movie" and "The Secret Club." Includes fun and educational activities....


  • Stories from the original George and Martha: Rise and Shine -- now in Green Light Reader editions. Great friends aren’t hard to find -- they’re right here! With original art and text from James Marshall’s storybooks and themes that will reso...


  • Three more George and Martha stories just right for early readers. Story Number One: The Tub -- Martha teaches George a little lesson about privacy. Story Number Two: The Mirror -- Martha’s bad habit is getting on George’s nerves. He hatche...


  • For more than two centuries, the adorable and clever poems of Mother Goose have served as a delightful first introduction to poetry. Here the Old Dame's genius for timeless nonsense is happily matched by a gifted American illustrator who outdid himse...


  • There is a killer loose in Chicago. He goes by the name of Alan. He is playing a bloody game with the Chicago PD. Each one of his victims that is killed by Dissection gas two letters of their name that goes into his real name. Can the Chicago police ...


  • Great friends aren’t hard to find—they’re right here! Houghton Mifflin is delighted to publish two more George and Martha readers. Using original art and text from James Marshall’s storybooks, the tales are reformatted for beginning readers.M...






  • Three more George and Martha stories just right for early readers.Story Number One: The Tub Martha teaches George a little lesson about privacy.Story Number Two: The Mirror Martha’s bad habit is getting on George’s nerves. He hatches the perfect ...


  • A Jesus Christ look alike has trouble with his girlfriend . . . a bodybuilder does sit ups from the window of a speeding car . . . a burn victim and his freakishly beautiful love interest creatively loot homes while a forest fire approaches . . . a f...


  • Sensible Harriet has to rescue silly Winnie from the clutches of Mr. Johnson, who Winnie fails to recognize as a fox. Never were two chickens more different than Harriet and Winnie. Harriet kept busy with many hobbies, while flighty Winnie was often ...


  • Portly McSwine, eternal pessimist and constant worrywart, is planning a party to celebrate National Snout Day. But Portly is concerned. What if his party is not a success? What if his guests don’t have fun? Portly imagines disaster upon disaster. ...



  • "In seven illustrated stories . . . this Caldecott Honor artist introduces an array of lively anthropomorphized animals in amusing predicaments."--Publishers WeeklyRats can’t dance, right?   Wrong. Here are seven silly stories about some very unu...


  • Fox likes to do things his own way. Whether he is entering a race, trick-or-treating, or trying to impress his new neighbor, Fox adds his own special touch. His plans may not work out the way he expects them to, but he always has fun....


  • The classic fairy tale is retold with a modern-day twist as the three little pigs settle into their new houses--one of straw, one of sticks and one of bricks--and find themselves threatened by a hungry, mean wolf. Reprint. SLJ. H. PW. ...


  • "Let's put on a play!" Fox says. Dexter plays the mummy, Carmen is the princess, and Fox is the hero, of course—but that's not what makes him a star! Whether putting on a play, making a film for Grannie, or going to a magic show, Fox struts in the ...


  • Level Three When Fox breaks his bike, his mom tells him to get a job to pay for a new one. He tries working at a shoe store (too much!), an amusement park (too scary!), and even tries delivering pizzas (too fast!). Then he finds a job that's just hi...


  • Lolly is much too busy sunning herself to help Sam and Spider build a tree house. So when they are finished, they don't want to let her play in it. But Lolly says she knows a good story to tell, and soon the three friends are gathered in the tree hou...


  • Beloved author James Marshall--creator of George and Martha--puts a hilarious twist on a classic tale in his retelling of Hansel and Gretel. Abandoned in the woods, what will Hansel and Gretel - so innocent, so vulnerable, so deliciously plump - do w...


  • Level 3. Over the course of three episodes, Fox babysits rowdy children and ends up on TV, makes a big fuss over a small injury but learns to be brave, and finds a place where he can really show off - in a parade! There are colorful watercolor illust...


  • The reader meets a rat family that vacations at a dude ranch, a pig who takes lessons in table manners, a mouse who keeps house for a tomcat, and a buzzard who leaves his money to the Society for Stray Cats--or does he?...




  • Caldecott Honor winner James Marshall tops himself Old Mother Hubbard Went to the Cupboard, To fetch her poor dog a bone; But when she came there The cupboard was bare And so the poor dog had none.And so it goes, as Old Mother Hubbard visits the bake...









  • Primed for some serious summer mayhem, the Cut-Ups, Spud and Joe, arrive at Camp Custer only to discover that their killjoy school principal, Lamar J. Spurgle, is head camp counselor and that another camper is outclassing their non-plus-ultra practic...


  • Great friends aren''t hard to find-they''re right here! With original art and text from Marshall''s storybooks and themes that will resonate with beginning readers, these deeply humorous, deeply honest stories are sure to inspire a love of books and ...


  • "With the same delightfully irreverent spirit that he brought to his retellings of Little Red Riding Hood, Marshall enlivens another favorite. . . . The illustrations are fraught with delicious humor and detail. Like its predecessor, perfect for seve...



  • "A thoroughly modern, thoroughly charming retelling of the old favorite. Witty and direct . . . both Granny and child are swallowed, then rescued intact by the hunter who kills the wolf. . . . A perfect union of words, story, and illustration."--Kirk...





  • For the past quarter of a century, George and Martha have entertained, intrigued, and delighted readers of all ages. A man with a talent for friendship, James Marshall defined its very essence in his stories about the world's two best friends....



  • Emily and Eugene need to cheer up their friend Carruthers. Carruthers is sick, sneezing, and miserable — he sure is one hard-to-please patient! When hot tea, throat lozenges, card games, and warm blankets don’t help, Eugene spins a yarn t...






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  • For the past quarter of a century, George and Martha have entertained, intrigued, and delighted readers of all ages. A man with a talent for friendship, James Marshall defined its very essence in his stories about the world's two best friends....



  • Readers will delight in James Marshall's award-winning classic tales of George and Martha--two beloved, wise, and hilarious hippos Story Number One: Split Pea Soup Oh, no Martha made split pea soup again How can George tell Martha that he hates sp...






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    Best known for his canon of classic hilarious children’s books, including favorites like GEORGE AND MARTHA, MISS NELSON, and THE STUPIDS, James Marshall has no rival when it comes to goofy fun. With the same silly spirit and charm, he presents four...


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