Book List in Order: 60 titles

  • Rodney is a brown and black tabby cat with a perfectly straight tail which hooks over at the top like an upside-down coat hook, so no matter where he is hiding, his tail gives him away. Rodney lives in the countryside surrounded by green fields and m...



  • Cora June is back, and this time she’s learning a thing or two about doing the right thing – even when no one is looking! When Cora June half-heartedly cleans her room by taking a shortcut, Mom is quick to ask her about her integrity...


  • Why is it that when bedtime arrives, THAT’S the time that children’s curiosity seems to peak? Well, at least that’s the case with Herman Jiggle.It’s bedtime, and as Mom helps Herman get ready, he has countless questions, likeW...



  • Cora June and her classmate, Wilson, are locked in a battle of wills. Each one desperately wants to be the ultimate decider. They scream at each other about whether to play dodgeball or soccer at recess. They get into a tug of war over a Popsicle. Ea...


  • Bossy behavior is tough to tolerate! And if there's one child who knows a thing or two about being bossy, it's Cora June! She points out her teacher's boring assignments. She dictates the games people plays at recess. She even objects to family dinn...


  • HOPE is our children's window for a better tomorrow. In terms of resilience and well-being, hope is a critically important predictor of success. This creative story from the best-selling author of My Mouth is a Volcano!, and Bubble Gum Brain, reminds...


  • Told through the eyes of the rumor marble, the story describes how a simple misunderstanding starts a chain reaction that can't be undone.Teach your child not to spill the Rumor Marbles! This book can help them understand the importance of honesty an...







  • This touching story helps others understand autism, as well as some of the unique behaviors or unconventional responses of kids with autism. Zak is obsessed with watches. Before that it was trains. He owns hundreds of watches (he has quite the watch ...


  • Digital Citizenship Brought to Life!!! A cute, creative story about children and their texts, tweets, posts and pics. Don t be mean and irresponsible! That's the straight-to-the-point advice Screen has for young readers who are active on social media...


  • Kindergarten represents a big jump into the unknown that, while exciting, can also cause nervous anticipation for everyone involved. The good news is that it doesn't have to be scary! Today's complex, technology-driven world is changing rapidly. As i...


  • BECOMING is better than BEING. I have Bubble Gum Brain. I like to chew on my thoughts, flex, bend and stretch my brain, and expand the way I think! I make great mistakes that help me learn. I have Brick Brain. With me, things are the way they are...a...


  • Norman David Edwards, better known as Noodle, has a problem; a big problem. Noodle is constantly being told what to do. "Noodle do this. Noodle do that. Please do it RIGHT NOW. You must feed the cat." But Noodle's problem is that there are so many ot...


  • Why Does Studying Have to Be So Difficult?! Some children become overly stressed at the simple mention of a test, while others avoid thinking about it at all. Neither approach is healthy. Having good study skills can make a huge difference when it co...


  • Noodle's really done it this time! What should have been a friendly completion among classmates turns sour after Noodle cheats his way to victory. He says he didn't really want to cheat but everyone has to once in a while, so what's the harm? Will No...


  • Introduce the topics of cultural diversity and racial prejudice to students in grades K through 6. Help children develop emotional intelligence skills in learning to accept and value differences in others. The flower patch has always been the same. P...


  • Learning rules is tough, and following rules is even tougher! Does your child think he is exempt from rules? Or does she have an excuse about why she doesn't need to follow the rules? Noodle sure does! Noodle is having a rough couple of days. The rul...






  • A story about good table manners, and being respectful, kind and considerate to others and their feelings. Funny rhymes and colorful illustrations help young readers learn the social skills they need when they sit for a meal. Written from the Table s...


  • All parents and educators know that when you get more than one child in a room, there is bound to be at least a couple of them arguing over something. Award-winning author Julia Cook tells the funny and relatable story of how her three dogs view thei...


  • Noodle thinks his life just stinks! Homework stinks. Practice stinks. And family pictures - they REALLY stink. Norman David Edwards (Noodle) is having a series of rough days. And Noodle's attitude, or 'baditude' is alienating everyone around him. Luc...


  • Teach children to stop making excuses and blaming others when they make mistakes. My name is Norman David Edwards… but everybody calls me Noodle. Sometimes things happen to me that get me into trouble. But it's not my fault! This first book in the ...


  • As parents and educators, we've all been there. Gas is passed and a variety of snickers, giggles and negative comments ensue. But did you know that everyone and every living thing passes gas (except jelly fish and coral sponges)? If it's so natural, ...


  • Banish rude and insensitive comments at home and school by teaching kids in grades K-6 how to use a social filter.RJ says what he thinks no matter how it sounds or makes others feel. His mouth is getting him into a lot of trouble. A rude comment at s...


  • How do you make young children understand the importance of bathing and brushing? In this ingenious tale, young readers are sure to get the message that good hygiene will improve their health and their relationships! The story centers around a fork n...


  • The teacher at the Ant Hill School wants her students to be prepared - for everything! One day, she teaches her students what to do if a "dangerous someone" is in their school. Class, my teacher said to us, we need to learn a new drill. It's called T...


  • Teach kids how to use the right voice level with this fun and entertaining children's book from Julia Cook. Isabella is a spirited girl who enjoys shouting out her thoughts, ideas and feelings. In fact, she loves using her loud voice so much; it's ea...


  • In this book children will learn how to build relationships without bragging or one-upping their classmates. Brad has a lot of great things going on in his life or at least that's what he tells all of his classmates! When one student won a contest, h...






  • Will it happen again, Mama? After the Ant Hill School is destroyed, a little boy ant is afraid to go back to school. His mom caringly explains to him that sometimes things happen in life over which we have no control, but we have to find a way to kee...


  • "But Mom, it's just a game." Meet Jasper! A young boy who is totally absorbed with playing video games... "With my game controller in my hands, I'm the boss of my whole world! I can be who I want and do as I please. I can get the highest score. I g...


  • Norbert is a “namuh” and enjoys eating everything with jelly beans on it! One day, Norbert’s teacher challenges his class to try something new. In order to encourage everyone to participate, the teacher continues to sweeten the pot. But when No...


  • RJ learns that feedback is just information that can help him improve and grow...even if it is hard to hear!RJ's back in the sixth installment of award-winning author Julia Cook's very successful Best Me I Can Be! series, Thanks for the Feedback...(I...


  • Reading this humorous story will help elementary students understand the difference between bullying and teasing. Is the Tease Monster a friend or a foe?That's what One of a Kind has to figure out in this quirky tale. One of a Kind has big feet and l...


  • Horses can help people fix ANYTHING! Archie is not your average horse. He helps people get rid of their flies...you know, the things that bug us! When horses get flies, they swish their tails to make them go away, but since people don't have tails, t...


  • Meet Ricky! A cute little boy that just can't seem to figure out that stealing is wrong: When I see something that I really want, I think, "Hey, that could be mine!" So I look both ways, reach out my hand, and take it at just the right time. If I eve...


  • This book helps kids understand the hurtful feelings of excluding others, and helps them see their own self-worth. Penny tries to hang with the Coin Clique, but she usually feels left out. The other coins, especially Quarter and Half Dollar are best ...


  • RJ’s having another bad day... His teacher wants him to work with bossy Bernice, messy Frankie, and Norma (who just sits and picks her nose) on a report about Egyptian mummies. After a frustrating school day with his team, RJ goes home to find only...


  • Endorsed by Child Watch of North America and The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, this book is an excellent tool to equip children with the safety skills they need to prevent being abducted. Give children the scoop on personal safe...






  • I'm a blueloon. I'm supposed to be a regular balloon, but I'm just not having fun like the others. I'm kinda dull, and I'm kinda flat. My string is tied up in knots. I have a case of the blues...that's why I'm a blueloon. I've felt like this for week...


  • Meet Brown the least used pencil in the box. He s tall, geeky and lonely. Brown envies Red, Purple, Blue and all the other pencils who have fun coloring and playing together. Dark Green is trustworthy, Pink listens well, Orange has fun, and everybody...


  • RJ is making a lot of trips to the time-out chair! Without telling anyone, he and his best friend Sam decide to walk home from school instead of riding the bus. Later the two of them are caught trying to use Dad's computer to get on the Internet. Aft...


  • Teach strategies to face a task, ignore distractions, and ask a teacher or other adult for help to get the job done. RJ's way of doing things isn't working out for him, especially in math class. His teacher is upset because so many of his assignments...


  • My stomach feels like it's tied up in a knot. My knees lock up, and my face feels hot. You know what I mean? I'm Wilma Jean, The Worry Machine. Anxiety is a subjective sense of worry, apprehension, and/or fear. It is considered to be the number one h...


  • The first chapter book from best-selling storybook author, Julia Cook! Meet "Average Joe" - a not so average 12 year old. Three years ago, Joe's dad, the brilliant scientist, was working on his latest invention: Flawless Forever - a top secret anti-a...


  • Grief is like a snowflake. Each snowflake is different and everyone shows grief differently. After the death of his father, Little Tree begins to learn how to cope with his feelings and start the healing process. With the help and support of his fam...


  • There goes Lester. Watch him fester. His ears start to fizz. He gets mad as a griz. His face turns red. He's a Soda Pop Head. You just never know when Lester will blow. His cap will go flying. If it hits you, you'll be crying, so you'd better stay aw...


  • Hearing "No" for an answer is so hard for so many kids. Help children learn the important social skills of accepting no and disagreeing with this funny and entertaining book from Julia Cook. NO is RJ s least favorite word . . . and he tries his best ...


  • Otis used to have the "perfect" family. That all changed when his parents told him that they were getting a D...D...D... The "D" Word he can't even say it! At first Otis blames himself. With the help of his Gram, Otis discovers the reasons why people...






  • Meet Stanley... an energetic three-year-old who has not quite mastered using the potty. Stanley is way too busy playing to stop having fun. He would rather hop, skip and wiggle than get the job done. Then Stanley learns a new game called You and Me A...


  • Having trouble getting kid's to listen or follow your instructions? Use this fun story to show them how.RJ has a rough day. He wakes up with gum stuck in his hair, misses recess because he's late to school, earns a zero on his math homework and messe...


  • A Book that Helps Kids Learn the Difference Between Tattling and Telling No one likes "Josh the Tattler" because he tattles way too much. He tattles on his classmates, his brother, and even his dog! But one night Josh wakes up to find that his tongue...


  • Teaching children how to manage their thoughts and words without interrupting. Louis always interrupts! All of his thoughts are very important to him, and when he has something to say, his words rumble and grumble in his tummy, they wiggle and jiggle...


  • Teaching children the concepts of personal space Louis is back! And this time, he's learning all about personal space. When Louis, the world's self-proclaimed space expert, is invited to Personal Space Camp by the school principal, he soon learns tha...


  • In The Bubble Wrap Queen, Julia Cook has created a book that teaches the key B.A.S.I.C.S of injury prevention, Be Aware and Safe in Common Situations, to creatively address: Playground safety Poison control Automobile safety Bicycle safety and more!...


  • Being a verb is hard! Especially for Louis, who can't seem to control himself when he gets the urge to move at the wrong time and situation. My knees start itching. My toes start twitching. My skin gets jumpy. Others get grumpy. Louis' mom comes to t...


  • Boy Raindrop is afraid to let go of his cloud and drop to the ground. He doesn't want to take a risk, he doesn't like change, and he is happy with his comfortable life. His father encourages him to jump out of his comfort zone and see what he is miss...


  • BOOGIE THE BOOGER TEACHES LITTLE PICKERS AND FLICKERS THE HEALTHY WAY TO BLOW THEIR NOSE USING A BOOGER GHOST. BOOGIE KNOWS THAT MOST PEOPLE THINK THAT HE IS GROSS, AND SOME PEOPLE EVEN CALL HIM A SNOT. BUT HE DOES NOT FEEL BAD BECAUSE HE DOES GREAT ...


  • (Ages 4 and up) SCOOP is an acronym to help children remember five personal safety strategies: be Smart, use your Call list, zerO talking to strangers, keep strangers Out of your personal space, and always Pair up. An excellent tool to help adults eq...






  • For all of us that love watching volleyball but have a tendency to get a little too involved in the game. For those of us that cross the line between supportive fan and obnoxious spectator. This book will serve as a gentle and hilarious reminder that...