Book List in Order: 43 titles




  • Set against the backdrop of a magnificent apple tree, this book uses poetry to cycle through the changes of the four seasons. Beginning with springtime, rhyming couplets take young readers through seasonal activities such as kite flying in the spring...



  • AV2 Fiction Readalong by Weigl brings you timeless tales of mystery, suspense, adventure, and the lessons learned while growing up. These celebrated children’s stories are sure to entertain and educate while captivating even the most reluctant ...



  • Dinosaur has been invited to a sleepover party. But he looks worried. He's never slept away from home before. The complete story and original illustrations of Pamela Duncan Edwards and Deborah Allwright's picture book, Dinosaur Sleepover, have been s...



  • Spending the night away from home can be a daunting prospect and Dinosaur is so anxious that he invents many reasons as to why he can't go: his family will miss him, he won't have his toothbrush or his clean pajamas, and he can't possibly sleep witho...



  • Poor Winston's too busy to play with his friends he is off to the vet with a great big splinter in his paw, and there's absolutely nothing worse than having a splinter in your paw, or so Winston thinks. But what Winston doesn't see as he crosses the ...



  • An alliterative romp through the letter P with Pamela Duncan Edwards and Henry Cole, the team who brought us SOME SMUG SLUG, THE WORRYWARTS, FOUR FAMISHED FOXES AND FOSDYKE, DINORELLA, and more! Princess Pigtoria's palace was a pigsty and she was ...



  • Bestselling author and illustrator Pamela Duncan Edwards and illustrator Daniel Kirk take you on a flight across the night to see what happens in nature . . . while the world is sleeping.Bestselling author and illustrator Pamela Duncan Edwards and il...



  • An old house gets a new lease on life when the right family comes along. The old house is lonely because it has been empty for so long. Its droopy shutters and sagging porch discourage buyers?until a certain family stops by. While the children see lo...







  • "What would you do if on the very first day of school Dinosaur wasn't smiling his big, toothy dinosaur smile? You'd say, 'Don't worry, Dinosaur. School will be fun.'" So begins the story as a little boy helps his dinosaur friend overcome his fears of...



  • This is the wood that was hauled up to the branch that held the treehouse that Jack and Jill built.From hammering the first boards of wood to hanging the roof and the light, come follow along with Jack and Jill as they build a new treehouse! Pamela D...



  • According to African Mythology, a lonely Creator made the first human being as separate parts, such as eyes to share the beauty of the garden, a nose to smell the flowers, and legs to skip and run. Finally, a stomach was fashioned. All of the parts e...



  • The morning sun is rising, but where's Ned's cock-a-doodle-doo? Ned's just not a morning bird. Daisy Mae and the other farm hens have an egg business to run, and they've no use for a lazy, mixed-up rooster. It's time to call in another rooster! So...



  • Based on a classic Irish folktale, this is the perfect picture book to share on St. Patrick’s Day.In this classic Irish legend, two harpists—merry-hearted Old Pat and ill-spirited Young Tom—set off for a contest to name the finest harpist in a...





  • Boy genius Hubert Horatio Bartle Bobton-Trent-H for short- is the answer to his rich parents' prayers. He is their dear companion, their fiercest board game adversary, and their frequent guest at parties. But this prodigy's parents don't share his kn...



  • As a baby, a young scribble begins to draw. As a grown-up Neat Line, it discovers a special talent.Wriggling into a book of nursery rhymes, the Neat Line knows just how to help the troubled characters it meets, including a sleepy Little Boy Blue who ...



  • Introducing a new kangaroo character–McGillycuddy! A young read–aloud from popular picture book author Pamela Duncan Edwards. McGillycuddy is new to the barnyard, and the other animals have never seen a kangaroo before. They try to figure out wh...



  • Best friends Gigi and Lulu are like two peas in a pod. They do everything the same, like wear pink striped overalls, and bring peanut butter sandwiches for lunch -- until one day, they have a gigantic fight.So when their teacher announces Twin Day, a...







  • Such a clever caterpillar! A carefree cabbage caterpillar named Clara, who becomes a common cream-colored butterfly, can′t possibly compete with a catty, conceited caterpillar named Catisha, who becomes a captivating crimson-colored butterfly. Or c...




  • Dear Tooth Fairy,Last week it was my birthday. I was six, but I don't have even one wobbly tooth yet. I'm worried.Yours sincerely,ClaireClaire is anxiously awaiting her first loose tooth, and she's getting impatient. She writes to the Tooth Fairy, an...



  • As is a present for Aunt Ruth's birthday, Rosie Raccoon is determined to offer four roses tied with a rainbow ribbon. As she and her big brother, Robert, ramble through the forest toward Aunt Ruth's house, Rosie's flowers mysteriously disappear, rose...



  • What if...?Wombat asks Weasel and Woodchuck if they want to wander the world with her, but they are overwhelmed with worries.What if they walk into a swarm of waiting wasps?What if the weather worsens?What if they're walloped by warthogs?What then......



  • An adorable and educational kit that includes a sheet of warthog stickers and three full-color mini books--Warthogs in the Kitchen, Warthogs Paint, and Slop Goes the Soup--is a fun way for children to learn early-learning concepts such as colors, cou...




  • Zara, Ziggy and Zoe are three little witches who live in the magic wood. Join them in their magical world, where signposts give directions out loud, calendars sing, cookbooks have minds of their own, and party inviations fly out on wings. Together wi...



  • When the sun goes down, it's time to rise and shine for many nighttime creatures. There's much to do as Owl, Opossum, and other nocturnal friends hurry about to wake their young.It's time to get busy, but not without those wake-up kisses!Pamela Dunca...



  • What would lead someone to go out in the middle of the night and throw shiploads of tea into a harbor? The Boston Tea Party is a familiar tale, but the story leading up to it goes beyond the drama of that one night. Pamela Duncan Edwards' unique take...












  • One day, while great big lions lie basking in the sun, a little lion cub goes off to find some fun. Roars the little lion cub. "Who will play with me? 1 red monkey rushes up a tree. Poor little lion cub All he wants is someone to play with, but ...





  • In the dark of the night a Barefoot, an escaped slave, flees for his life. With his pursuers close behind and the moon shrouded in clouds, Barefoot must rely on the wisdom of the wild animals of the forest and swamp to guide him to the safety of the ...



  • Entranced by ballet, Mimi the swan sneaks into the Opera House for a performance of Swan Lake and becomes the first prima ballerina of her kind, reaching the heights of fame, in a humorous tale by the author of Dinorella. ...













  • When the time comes for Livingstone Mouse to find a nest of his own, he wants it to be in the best place. I have heard that China is very nice," his mom says. But where is China? Could it be in a noisy cupboard? A smelly old shoe? A picnic basket? Ca...



  • This hilarious read-aloud picture book tells a cautionary tells about a slug who must climb a slippery slope, in spite of the animals who are trying to stop him.Smirking and self-important, the slug keeps slithering his way up a highly suspect slope....



  • One Fine FoxFour famished foxes make fun of their brother Fosdyke, who feels fondly for fried figs, fennel, and French bread. Leaving him behind to fry and flambe, they go foraging for fowl in a forbidden farmyard. Unfortunately, the foxes find the f...


Multi-Author Series List

Fairytale Retellings: Cinderella

Dinorella: A Prehistoric Fairytale (Sep-1997)

Award-Winning Books by Pamela Duncan Edwards

Livingstone Mouse
1999 California Young Reader Medal -- Primary