Fairyland is home to seven colorful sisters. Together, they are the Rainbow Fairies!
Three farmers, each one meaner than the other, try all-out warfare to get rid of the fox and his family.
Houndsley and Catina run into trouble when they decide to prove that they are the best at cooking and writing, respectively.
Stuey Lewis makes his way through second grade facing reading problems, pulling off a great Halloween caper, joining a soccer team, and more with the help of family, friends, and a special teacher.
This book answers a wide range of "why" questions, such as why stars twinkle, and provides further information with fun-filled facts.
When seven-year-old Bean plays a mean trick on her sister, she finds unexpected support for her antics from Ivy, the new neighbor, who is less boring than Bean first suspected. This title begins the Ivy + Bean book series.
One day when Daisy is late for school, an encounter with a butterfly leaves her suddenly able to communicate with animals, and when Boom, a stray dog, is caught by the pound, she enlists the help of a host of other animals to rescue him.
Filled with the spirit of adventure, three cats pack their suitcases and try to escape from their book.
Learn about the ingenious lifestyles of some of the world's most unusual animal partners.
Perry likes pizza and pingpong. But one day he wonders what kind of pizza professional pingpong players would pick. When he can't find the answers at the library, Perry decides to write his own book. Follow Perry's idea from beginning to end, and find out how his big idea becomes a book.
Celebrates all the things for which to be thankful, from boats and cars to alligator acrobats and gigantic dinomachines, and from the things that can be seen everyday to the bad things that may turn out to be good.
Before Jacques Cousteau became an internationally known oceanographer and champion of the seas, he was a curious little boy. In this biography, poetic text and paintings combine to create a portrait of Jacques Cousteau.
A young girl learns how the birthday card she makes for her father will get to him as he works on a freighter carrying coal on Lake Michigan.
A collection of more than 100 humorous poems on such topics as ogres, pizza, fear, school, dragons, trees, and hair.
The basement of Sleepy Hollow's elementary school is haunted. At least that's what everyone says. But no one has ever gone downstairs to prove it. Until now...
Sam's favorite thing about second grade is the class pet, a hamster named George Washington, so when the class goes on a field trip to a science museum, Sam cannot resist bringing George along.
This book explores the life and times of Johnny Appleseed, the great tree hugger and tree planter from American folklore. Appleseed, who began life as John Chapman, born in Massachusetts in 1774, had always longed to "live as he wanted, free like the Indians and the animals," in the wild woods and undeveloped lands of early America.
Who will be the Pirate of the Year? What is the cabin boys secret? And how will Captain Spike escape from the dungeons of Rotters Isle? Find out in these swashbuckling stories of ships, sharks and scheming on the high seas.
When her tooth becomes loose, Emily excitedly writes to the Tooth Fairy and tries to help the tooth fall out.
After a bulletin board falls on Stanley while he is sleeping, he finds that being flat has its advantages.
After Mercy the pig snuggles to sleep with the Watsons, all three awaken with the bed teetering on the edge of a big hole in the floor.
Nate the Great solves the mystery of the missing picture.
When the pigs start picking on all the other farm animals, Damaris, who is a very clever duck, and her best friend, Rory the sheepdog, find a way to exact revenge, only to find their plot backfiring.
Dumpling, a lonely dog with no sense of smell, moves with his family to the country and makes a new friend who takes some getting used to.
Each book tells about a new teacher who has some quirky and crazy qualities that make all the second-grade students at My Weird School create wild stories about the reasons for the totally weird behavior.
After trading his father for two goldfish, a boy and his little sister go on a rollicking adventure around town to get him back.
Jacob worries a lot. If only he knew how much his friends from second grade really like him!
Revisits the sometimes challenging relationship between a six-year-old (The Pain) and his eight-year-old sister (The Great One) through seven chapters featuring such events as learning to ride a bicycle, having a birthday party, and dog-sitting.
Fly Guy visits the school cafeteria and gets the lunch lady fired.