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Charlie and Emmet are back for some serious snow play! Emmet learns to build a snow-a saurus, how to make snow angels, and he even learns about sledding down snowy hills. But when Emmet learns he's too big to skate on the ice, Charlie has a problem. Learn how Charlie makes the impossible possible by sharing a snowy day withCharlie and Emmet.
Señor Picante Is My Red Fish
Tater Tot is My Fat Cat
Ten Crazy Kittens Try, Try Again
Everyone in Charlie's family loves Emmet, the dinosaur. But it's Charlie that loves him most of all. She couldn't ask for a better friend. He shares her food, reads her books, and when Mommy goes to the hospital, he helps take care of her.
What's it like having a dinosaur for a nurse? Find out in these four short chapters - just right for beginning readers.
One o' clock! Two o' clock,!Three o' Clock! Tonight is the Witches Ball, and it starts promptly at twelve o'clock. But with nothing to wear and her shoelaces breaking, Millie is racing against the chimes. Will she make it to the ball on time? When her broom breaks, she fears it's the last straw. Will she make it to the ball on time? Grab your broom and ride along with Mille in this lively counting tale.
It's dark! It's eerie! Ghouls, Witches, and werewolves might scare this trick or treater out of a fun Halloween adventure.
Will he run, run, run, or hide, hide, hide? Find out when you look inside!
One day at the park, Aggie gets lost. Ben looks and looks, but he cannot find her. It is the worst day ever. Will Ben ever find Aggie again? Find out oin three short chapters just right for beginning readers.
In this sequel to Aggie and Ben, the best friends are back for more boy-and-his-dog fun. Young readers will laugh out loud at Aggie's irrepressible antics and Bens determined attempts to train her. Three short chapters, just right for beginning readers, follow Aggie and Ben on their adventures in doggie training, obedience, and friendship. Frank Dormer's spirited and expressive illustrations are as unrestrained as Aggie herself.