Go Back to School!
Brrr ... ing!There's the school bell!It's the first day back at school for Arthur and Violet and all of their friends. Time for riding the school bus, going to class, and best of all, eating snacks and playing games at recess.
It's time to go to kindergarten, but Stinky Face has a question...
"But, Mama, what if the sink in my classroom pours grape juice instead of water?"
As the situations grow stranger, Stinky Face's mama always has just the right answer to make him feel better.
If you take a mouse to school, he'll ask you for your lunch box. When you give him your lunch box, he'll want a sandwich to go in it. Then he'll need a notebook and some pencils. He'll probably want to share your backpack, too...
It's hard enough being the new kid at school, but when you're a big bear like Boris, it's even worse! Poor Boris tries his best to be gentle, but his sharp-toothed smile scares away the other animals. How will he ever make a friend?
When Emily Elizabeth brings young Clifford to class, he wants to do everything the students are doing, but eager puppies can't always do things as well as big kids can, and Clifford makes messes left and right. Still, he has a great time, and the kids love playing with him.
Emily Elizabeth is starting Kindergarten and she's a little nervous. Good thing that the teacher sent a note home that says each child can bring something from home to make the transition a little easier.
It's Pete the Cat's first day of school! He's wearing his totally awesome school shoes, which take him all over the school. From the library to the playground, Pete encounters one new place after another.
A hilarious back to school story from bestselling duo Jerry Pallotta and David Biedrzycki!
Embarrassed by getting dropped off at school by mom or dad? School bus more trouble than it's worth? If you could choose, how would you get to school?
Now that Eddie can get ready all by himself, his morning routine is anything but ordinary. He wakes up with a megaphone, gets dressed in a costume, pack a watermelon snack, and runs like mad to catch the school bus. Illustrations.
Here is the story of a little raccoon who confronts the first day of school and needs reassurance. Mother Raccoon finds an unforgettable way of communicating the message that everyone most needs to hear.