Book List in Order:54 titles

  • If there's one thing everyone knows, it's that Trevor Lee and school don't mix. Like pickles and peanut butter. When his new teacher announces all the third graders must read in front of everyone at Parents Night, Trevor Lee and his best friend Pinky...


  • Ick and Crud are surprised when duty calls and they discover the first big snowfall of the season. It's fun to play in the white fluffy stuff. But then Bob takes the boys to Mrs. Martin's house to warm up. The canine crew can't wait to get back to th...















  • Rapunzel with the long dark hair was the most beautiful girl in the land. But after a deal is made with the witch, Rapunzel is sent to the tower. When a Prince wanders by, the two soon fall in love. Can they outwit the witch or must they suffer from ...










  • Coco loves colors. Help her explore the colors all around her world. Will your favorite color be among them? The charming text and warm illustrations encourage children to interact with the story as Coco discovers Colors All Around!...




  • Milo likes to do things in the right order. His little brother Iggy has his own way of doing things. Young readers will see themselves in Milo or Iggy. And at the end of the day, either way is just fine....


  • Bear lived in a cave all alone, but when he goes out in the forest to find friends, he is gruff and offends everyone he meets. Until Bird points out that he's being a bully. Bear thinks about his actions and realizes it was his own way of trying to k...


  • Billy is a typical boy who loves to ride his bike and play video games. But when Billy tells his family and friends he wants to be a cheerleader, everyone is surprised and tells him boys don't do that. But Billy practices and practices and when he sh...


  • Zach is a kid just like you and me, but when Zach sees others being teased or bullied, he imagines himself a superhero and comes to the rescue. With powerful words, "No teasing, No hitting That's just wrong " Zach helps his friends learn to use word...


  • Grace was excited about the first day of school and seeing her best friend Jade from last year. But when Grace finally saw Jade, she was sitting with a new girl who teased and ignored Grace. Because Jade didn't stand up for her friend, Grace was sad ...







  • Max has found an egg -- a dinosaur egg, he hopes. He builds a nest for the egg, shines a light on the egg, and dances around the egg in anticipation. Crack, crack, crack -- out pops a. . . ! Young readers will have a ball reading this fun and fast-pa...


  • Magnets can be fun to play with, but they are very useful too. A small magnet can pick up a handful of paperclips at once. A very large magnet can pick up a car! In Amazing Magnets you will practice some key phonetics skills while learning about magn...


  • Just like many animals, some plants eat meat. In 'Amazing Meat-Eating Plants' you will learn about these fascinating plants and how they catch and eat their prey. You’ll never look at plants the same way again! While you read and learn about meat-e...


  • Nature is full of many different types of animals, both on the land and in the sea. Many animals need to blend into their backgrounds in order to hide from their enemies. In Finding Animals you will practice your phonics skills while seeing how well ...


  • Opposites are things that could not be more different. Learn more about opposites, such as hot and cold, wet and dry, soft and hard. In Hot or Not?, you will also practice the short o sound and other phonics skills....


  • Have you ever wondered what life was like before there were computers, or cars, or even telephones? In Life Now and Long Ago, you will learn how life now compares to what it was like long ago. You’ll also get to practice some key phonics skills at ...


  • There are many different types of jobs you can choose when you get older. You could be a teacher, a doctor, a writer, or many other things. In On the Job you will practice your phonics skills while learning about different types of jobs....


  • You may not always notice, but you are surrounded by plants everywhere you go. Even the trees you see every day are plants! Some plants have flowers and some just have leaves. In Plant Parts you will learn about the different parts that make up plant...


  • Have you ever pushed something away from yourself? Have you ever pulled something toward yourself? Whenever you push or pull something, you create force. You can use a lot of force to move something fast, or a little force to move it just a bit. In P...


  • Did you know that every time you write with a pencil you are using a tool? There are many different tools you probably use every day, such as keys, a hairbrush, and a fork. Scientists use tools too. They need their tools to do their work. In Science ...


  • The ability to use a map is an important skill to have. Today, people can look at a map just about anywhere―on phones, computers, and even in cars. In Using Maps you will practice your phonics skills while learning about the importance of maps....


  • Getting sick is terrible. When you’re sick, you can’t go to school, you can’t have fun with your friends, and you feel awful. No one likes that! But there are some things you can do to make getting sick less likely, such as washing your hands a...


  • Looking at a map is a great way to learn about Earth. You can find many things on a map, from rivers and oceans to cities and continents. With a map you can see the whole world at once. A map can also show you a smaller area, such as one of our count...


  • High school couple Robert Lee and Penny have been torn apart by a bitter town feud. Their parents, on opposite sides of the battle, forbid them from seeing each other. When Penny shows up at the wake of Robert Lee's mamaw, she arrives with a plan tha...


  • Dad says we have to move. He has a new job. Mom says I'll like my new room. Well, I'm not moving! Change isn't easy for young boys and girls. And when change means moving to a new school, a new house, and away from friends, well that can be downright...


  • Mom and Dad have blue eyes. Mine are black. We don't look much alike, but that doesn't matter to me! Adopted children may have different skin or hair color from parents or siblings. But there's a lot more to making a family than sharing red hair and ...


  • Meet two unlikely -- and adorable -- friends! Dogs and cats aren’t supposed to be friends. Dogs chase and bark at cats. But this dog and cat know real friendship when they feel it, and nothing will keep them apart! This simple Level 1 reader wil...


  • Max loves his pet fish--it can swim, eat, and even blow bubbles. But Max is incredibly disappointed to learn that his fish can't dance. Is there another animal that can dance with Max? Find out at the end of this fun and fast-paced Level 1 story!...