Book List:11 titles
  • Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! A little rabbit’s wish comes true when the world becomes a winter wonderland in this witty, wistful picture book from the author of Extraordinary Warren. Winter has just begun, and one little bunny wants it...


  • Badges are better when you earn them together! The Mouse Scouts think their newest badge should be a cinch. But can old friends and new friends work side by side? When Miss Poppy assigns the troop a new badge--Making Friends--the girls think it wi...


  • Badges are better when you earn them together! The Mouse Scouts are ready to earn a new badge . . . but can they make it in the wild without their fearless leader? The Scouts are hitting the nature trail to earn their “Camp Out” badge. But no...


  • Meet Violet, Tigerlily, Hyacinth, Petunia, Junebug, and Cricket, six new Mouse Scouts who are trustworthy and strong, thrifty and brave ... and destined to be friends to the end! Best friends Violet and Tigerlily can’t wait to start earning their ...


  • Violet, Tigerlily, and their friends are ready to earn their Make a Difference badge. If only they could agree on what kind of difference they want to make. But when the troop decides to clean up a local park, they find themselves facing an unusual r...



  • Delightfully quirky chicken Warren and his sidekick Egg embark on dual adventures when Egg decides to cross the road Warren, the bespectacled hero of "Extraordinary Warren," is delighted to have a sidekick and feathered friend in the newly hatched...


  • It's the first day of Zoo School and outgoing Amanda the Panda is ready. She's excited and can't wait to go! But for anxious Alfred the Alligator, the first day fills him with dread. Why does he have to go? Isn't he smart enough already? When Amanda ...


  • Boys and girls will flock to Warren, a quirky chicken who wants to find his inner greatness. Warren, a bespectacled chicken, is bored with the everyday chicken routine: peck, cluck, feed; peck, cluck, feed. Same old, same old. There must be more t...