Book List in Order:28 titles


  • Cows give us milk, for ice cream and cheese. But my dog gives me kisses, and tail wags...and fleas. Welcome to the barnyard! Eighteen rollicking poems explore the lives of farm animals. From a limerick about a rooster in love with a duck to an ...


  • From the author of How to Teach a Slug to Read comes a delightful story about a pea named Arlo who wants to be free. So off he rolls...and rolls...and rolls. He meets a slug, he meets a bug -- and still he rolls until...you'll see! Filled with charmi...


  • What makes a mouse house a home? With a problem to solve, an unexpected friendship, and a little mystery to unravel, Mouse House Tales offers twice the story of a picture book and all the warmth and charm of a modern classic. The book’s two stories...


  • From puppies to iguanas and goldfish to guinea pigs, here are eighteen poems, some funny, some touching, about the pets we love. With expertly crafted poems and hilarious illustrations, this adorable companion to "Squeal and Squawk: Barnyard Talk" ha...


  • Susan Pearson has written her own unique version of the popular song, “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt,” introducing four children who go out at night in search of a ghost. After squish-squash-squooshing through a swamp, rustle-rustle-rat-a-tattling...


  • A little boy explains to Mama Slug how to teach Little Slug to read. Here are a few of his reading rules: Attach labels to Little Slug’s favorite things; Read out loud to him; Point out words that repeat; Sound out words; Make a vocabulary list; Be...


  • A witty collection of 20 limericks about things spooky, creepy, and crawly! There’s a ghost of a grizzly bear, a chess-playing ghoul, and a "witchhiking" witch all grimly illustrated by Gris Grimly. This book is a must-have for all trick-or-treater...


  • Marylou loves everything about Herbie how his slime trail glistens in the dark, how he can stretch himself thin to squeeze inside the cellar window, and how he always finds the juiciest tomatoes. But Marylou is a shy slug. How can she get Herbie to n...






  • Hooray for Feet! celebrates the many ways our feet are always part of the action: holding us up, hurrying us along, stopping us hsort, taking us wherever we want to go. Susan Pearson's toe-tapping poem and Roxanna Baer-Block's exuberant illustrations...


  • On a silver morning thick with fog, a mother and child hike into the woods, hoping to glimpse the deer they love so much. They climb up hills and over fallen limbs, and they work their way along twisty paths, searching. Then they sit still, watching ...



  • Lenore ignores the occasional sideways glances coming from coworkers who think she is a nerd and concentrates on making her dream come true by training her houseful of talented birds to make their Hollywood debut....




  • It rained so hard on Friday night the corn has grown as tall as trees by morning. And that was just the beginning. When Pa baled the sheep, the pigs started flying and the farm was no longer on the ground. With exuberant watercolors, this topsy-turvy...



  • Meet Ernestine Jones, also known as Eagle-Eye Ernie. Ms. Finney is running a riddle contest in Room 123. The team that solves the most riddles will win the starring roles of the Green Magicians in the class Earth Day play. Ernie has an eagle eye f...



  • Meet Ernestine Jones, also known as Eagle-Eye Ernie. The Martian Club -- Ernie, R.T., Michael, and William -- are going camping with Ernie's Daddy and Mommy. It's time for pitching tents and marshmallows and ghost stories around the campfire. But ...