Cover of The Tale of Peter Rabbit

Peter disobeys his mother by going into Mr. McGregor's garden and almost gets caught.



Cover of Reach for the Stars

Reach for the Stars by Emily Calandrelli

Published 15 March 2022

Children


Cover of The Last Straw

Middle-schooler Greg Heffley nimbly sidesteps his father's attempts to change Greg's wimpy ways until his father threatens to send him to military school.


Cover of Amelia Bedelia Chapter Book 4-Book Box Set #2

The Amelia Bedelia chapter books have sold more than one million copies. This box set includes books 5-8 in the bestselling Amelia Bedelia chapter book series: Amelia Bedelia Shapes Up, Amelia Bedelia Cleans Up, Amelia Bedelia Sets Sail, and Amelia Bedelia Dances Off. A sticker sheet with more than 50 exclusive Amelia Bedelia stickers is also included. Amelia Bedelia is all boxed up-literally! Short, fast-paced chapters, tons of friends and funny situations, and black-and-white illustrations by...


Cover of My Mom Has X-Ray Vision

My Mom Has X-Ray Vision by Angela McAllister

Published 2 August 2010

Children


Cover of Don't Tell Mom

Don't Tell Mom by Janet Dagon

Published 1 December 1991

Children




Cover of Cyparissus

Cyparissus

Published 20 April 2015

Children

In Cyparissus there is a little dog who gets lost in a park, a sleeping rabbit, a horse up in the clouds, and a bird setting off on a long, long journey. In Cyparissus there is Irene playing jump rope, George looking up at the sky, Molly who has bad dreams, and Danny carrying a backpack full of T-shirts. In Cyparissus there are four winds and a tree--the tallest tree in the whole city--and it's crying...Lexile Level 940L Guided Reading Level P


Cover of The Opposite of Music

The Opposite of Music by Janet Ruth Young

Published 1 March 2007

Adult

With his family, fifteen-year-old Billy struggles to help his father deal with a debilitating depression.


Cover of Daddy, Daddy, Be There

Daddy, Daddy, Be There by Candy Dawson Boyd

Published 12 September 1995

Children


Cover of Snug in Mama's Arms

Snug in Mama's Arms by Angela Shelf Medearis

Published 15 March 2004

Children

As she snuggles her daughter in her arms at bedtime, a mother describes how animals and children around the world go to sleep.


Cover of The Heart of a Chief

The Heart of a Chief by Joseph Bruchac

Published 1 August 2001

Children

An eleven-year-old Penacook Indian boy living on a reservation faces his father's alcoholism, a controversy surrounding plans for a casino on a tribal island, and insensitivity toward Native Americans in his school and nearby town.


Cover of J'Adore Ma Maman

J'Adore Ma Maman by Camilla De La Bedoyere

Published 1 April 2016

Children


Cover of Le Bisou Secret

Le Bisou Secret by Audrey Penn

Published 1 September 2017

Children


Cover of Si Je n'Etais Pas Ton Papa

Si Je n'Etais Pas Ton Papa by Alan Katz

Published 1 May 2019

Children


Cover of Just Like Daddy

Just Like Daddy by Harriet Ziefert

Published 17 November 2005

Children

Whatever Daddy does, his little boy can do too. They both have combs and brushes to groom their hair, socks and shoes to wear, shirts with buttons to put on, belts to cinch their pants, and hats and coats to keep them toasty warm outdoors. Both grab their keys and backpacks and off they go--son to work at school and daddy to his job. What peas in a pod! Silver foil on every page catches the gleam of keys, buttons, and other shiny items.


Cover of Dancing Class

The reissue of a classic first storybook to celebrate Helen Oxenbury's work. A little girl is taken to her first dance class. Her mum buys her some ballet shoes and a pair of baggy tights, and ties her hair into a bun. The girl bounces about with all the other girls and boys and just as things get exciting, her laces come undone and everyone falls down. A warm and funny depiction of a girl’s first experience of a dance class and her delight in galloping about with her classmates. Helen Oxenbury...


Cover of Utterly Lovely One

Utterly Lovely One by Mary Murphy

Published 4 August 2011

Children

Overflowing with warmth, playful humour, energy and love, this gorgeous celebration of a baby's loveliness makes a wonderful gift. Oh my yummy one, my utterly lovely one! Look at you, so gorgeous! So opens a glorious song from parent crane to adored and adorable little cranelet...and with every turn of the page the song draws other species into the circle of love. This is a perfect read-aloud book that simply oozes affection and positivity and celebrates every person, every animal for who they a...