Stuart's got problems. It's raining. He's bored. And worst of all, he's new in town, so he's got a lot to worry about. But what does a kid like Stuart need in order to have an adventure...and to stop worrying? A cape, of course!
Meet Penelope, an adorable blue koala who loves to play and learn. But, like all preschoolers, she can't do everything by herself. Children can pull the tabs on every spread and help Penelope get ready for school, paint a picture, dance in music class, slide in the playground, and more!
Yoon's name means "Shining Wisdom," and when she writes it in Korean, it looks happy, like dancing figures. But her father tells her that she must learn to write it in English. In English, all the lines and circles stand alone, which is just how Yoon feels in the United States.
In an inviting look at the first day of school, simple rhyming text tells of animal children getting ready for the big event. The use of extinct animals for the more obscure letters only add to the fun.
Praise for Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten
In this follow up to I Love You, Stinky Face, the imaginative boy Stinky Face wonders what will happen if the school bus tires pop and his teacher turns him into a werewolf... along with many other hilarious school disasters!
Once again, his mother has a clever answer for every worry.
It's the first day of school and Froggy is more than a little nervous. When he tries to pour the milk on his breakfast bowl of flies, the carton flies out of his hands. Will he ever pull himself together in time to make it to the classroom?
It's Sammy the shark's first day at school and he's very excited. Sammy promises his mother that he will be good, but when Sammy gets excited, he BITES things! Can he get through the day without causing too much trouble?
Find out if Sammy can keep his promise!
It's just ten days before kindergarten, and this little girl has heard all there is to know — from a first grader — about what it's going to be like. You can't bring your cat, you can't bring a stuffed animal, and the number one rule? You can't ask anyone for help. Ever.
Emily Elizabeth is taking Clifford to dog school. His teacher tries to show Clifford how to heel. But the leash is too short and she's swept off her feet. Then she tells Clifford to sit. He sits — on top of a passing stranger!