Book List in Order: 23 titles

  • Monkey and Robot are back with more adventures. In this beginning reader graphic novel, the two show how much fun opposites can have together. They try to become superheroes, to travel back in time, to study turtles, and to become famous. Robot is t...


  • Using plays on words and humorous misunderstandings, Monkey & Robot tells stories that will delight the most reluctant reader. Catalanotto has created an unforgettable pair with the all-too-literal Monkey and the all-too-careful Robot....


  • Luke finds out that family can be fantastic just the way it is in this witty picture book from the author-illustrator of Matthew ABCs and Question Boy Meets Little Miss Know-It-All. Luke is used to having Mom and Dad all to himself, to play soccer...


  • Monkey and Robot are the best of friends -- and they have the best of adventures! This chapter book includes four (more!) playful stories. Monkey always gets in the wildest of messes. And Robot is always there to help him out. After all, what are ...


  • Meet best pals Monkey & Robot. This snappy collection of stories includes their first four adventures! Monkey and Robot are friends -- the best kind. They simply belong together, and it never matters that silly Monkey is furry, or that kind Robot ...


  • It’s a factual face-off in this superhero picture book from all-star Peter Catalanotto. Question Boy wants answers. He lives for them. But none of the town’s action heroes -- Oil Man, Paperboy, Police Woman -- can satisfy Question Boy’s hero...


  • The Secret Lunch Special Emily loves her shiny black lunch bag--the jewels, the way it sparkles. But one day a new school bus picks her up, and in the confusion she forgets her lunch bag on the bus. Will she get a ticket, like that loud girl Vincetta...



  • Ivan loves a good story. Like that one about the three bears or those three gruff billy goats. Where else can a dog find such playmates action fun... or a cookie? Ivan's own good story lands him just where he loves to be. In your lap....






  • Emily is tired of pumpkins. At school she and her friend Vincetta Louise have been doing pumpkin math, pumpkin field trips, and pumpkin writing. Can't they just carve jack-o-lanterns? But even this ends up being an assignment: the kids have to make p...


  • Meet Emily, and her new friend--sort of . . .Emily loves her shiny black lunch bag--the jewels, the way it sparkles. But one day a new school bus picks her up, and in the confusion she forgets her lunch bag on the bus. Will she get a ticket, like tha...


  • Sixteen calico kittens -- the number of colors in a crayon box. Their mother, Sophie, knows one from another...but how do you think Mrs. Tuttle tells those kittens apart? Peter Catalanotto's sequel to his Matthew A.B.C. and Daisy 1, 2, 3 invites lo...



  • This sparkling collection of stories, recipes, crafts, and commentary introduces readers to the eight major Jewish holidays.This collection focuses on the eight major holidays in the Jewish year, starting with the weekly celebration of Shabbat and en...


  • Mrs. Tuttle has her hands full with a class of twenty-five boys -- and to make matters worse, they're all named Matthew! Could there be room for one more Matthew? Mrs. Tuttle thinks so...and she doesn't even have trouble figuring out which boy is whi...


  • "What a gorgeous painting," exclaimed the judge of Ms. Fair's first-grade art contest. "What a beautiful rabbit!" For Emily, the words are a shock. Her painting is of her dog, Thor. Not a rabbit. But instead of thinking: What's wrong with this jud...


  • Tommy is eager to listen with his father to the first American spacewalk, but his father has to go to work, and when he comes home in the evening they have some trouble reconnecting. 12,500 first printing....











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    Emily's Pop-Pop is shocked when he hears that Emily and Vincetta Louise don't know what a veteran is. With Veterans Day coming up, he volunteers to talk to their class about the holiday and the people it honors. But Emily is worried. Pop-Pop sometime...