Bill and Pete (Paperstar)
by Tomie dePaola
When William Everett Crocodile is chosen to be a suitcase, his talking toothbrush becomes his salvation.
Guard the House, Sam! (Rookie Readers: Level C ) (Rookie Readers: Level B )
by Charnan Simon
When Rosie tells her dog to guard the house while she is gone, he makes a mess everywhere he goes.
The Monsters Next Door (Bailey City Monsters, #1)
by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey
Boris and Hilda Hauntly are the owners of the spooky Hauntly Manor Inn. Annie, Ben, and Jane think the Hauntlys are the strangest people they've ever seen -- until they see the Hauntlys' son, Kilmer!
Brave Ones (Giggle Club)
by Tony Kerins
While his five friends feel brave enough to handle the strange noises in the woods, Clancy the turtle stays safe at home.
The Adventures of King Rollo (Picture Puffin S.)
by David McKee
The Adventures of King Rollo is a collection of four delightful stories- KING ROLLO AND THE NEW SHOES, KING ROLLO AND THE BIRTHDAY, KING ROLO AND THE BREAD and KING ROLLO AND THE TREE. join King Rollo and his friends - the magician, Cook, Queen Gwen and Hamlet the cat - as they learn to tie shoelaces, express their artistic talent, break bread with friends and climb trees (regardless of Cook's good advice).
Alice-Miranda at School (Alice-Miranda, #1)
by Jacqueline Harvey
Can one tiny girl change a very big school?Alice-Miranda Highton-Smith-Kennigton-Jones can't wait to start boarding school. When she arrives at Winchesterfield-Downsfordvale Academy for Proper Young Ladies, the adventure begins . . . only not quite as Alice-Miranda expects. The minute she sets foot on the school's manicured grounds, she senses that something is wrong: Miss Grimm, the headmistress, is nowhere to be seen, the gardens have no flowers, and a mysterious stranger seems to be hiding ou...
Vitello Becomes a Businessman (Vitello)
by Kim Fupz Aakeson
Vitello sets out to make a million pounds with the help of his friends Max and Harry, and the little squirt William. But what are the four businessmen going to sell? And does Vitello have a nose for business or just for trouble? Vitello lives in a terraced house by a ring road with his mum, where the traffic is noisy and his friends are annoying. He’s had other adventures and been in other scrapes too.
Flat Broke (Liar Liar)
by Gary Paulsen
Kevin struggled to overcome his knack for lying in Liar, Liar, but now Kev is broke, and he's got to find a way to make money. He's in for another round of mayhem and misunderstandings in this financial comedy of errors. In Kevin, Gary Paulsen has created an appealing teen boy character who is just as human and fallible as his readers.
Horrid Henry and the Mummy's Curse
by Francesca Simon
Contains four hilarious stories with really horrid music and sound effects: Horrid Henry and the Mummy's Curse Horrid Henry's Hobby Horrid Henry's Homework Horrid Henry's Swimming Lesson 'Had my eight-year-old son rocking with hilarity' Parents' Guide
The Oldmoor Orphans and the Brothers Gym
by Simon B. Nicholson
Two children, Ernest and Daisy, manage a rickety hotel in the middle of a bleak moor. They used to run it with their grandmother, but they woke up one morning to discover that she had mysteriously disappeared. So the children take charge. Their main challenge is the guests, why is it that only strange people come to the hotel.
Kitten Trouble (Bad Kitty) (MacMillan Young Listeners Story Time Sets)
by Nick Bruel
When a kitty discovers there is no cat food in the house, she decides to become very, very bad.
Attack of the Vampire Weenies (Weenies Stories)
by David Lubar
Thirty-three creepy stories about warped technology, revengeful ants, sadistic gym teachers, and other terrifying things. Includes discussion questions, related activities, and notes on how the author got his ideas for these stories.
The Great Escape (Upchuck and the Rotten Willy)
by Bill Wallace
Spring has sprung-and so have we...even cats and dogs get crazy in the spring. After all, what self-respecting cat (that's me, Chuck) stays somewhere he doesn't want to be? And what self-respecting dog (that's Rotten Willy, who calls me Upchuck) won't let his best friend (me) goad him into action on a fine spring day? Believe me, it's not easy getting a lumpy Rottweiler over-or under-a big wooden gate! I figured it was about time I took Willy to my pal Luigi's restaurant for a great spaghetti an...
THE Wind in the Willows
by Kenneth Grahame and GRANDMA'S TREASURES
Meet Mole, Rat Known as "Ratty" to his friends, Mr. Toad, Mr. Badger, Otter,portly, the Weasels, Pan, The Wayfarer and squirrels and rabbits. Journey with them on their amazing light-hearted adventures of folly, mysticism, friendship, forgiveness, and morality. The Wind in the Willows by author Kenneth Grahame is a heartwarming children's story. It follows the lives of Mole, Water Rat, Otter, Badger, and Toad. The Wind in the Willows is full of fun and adventure. It is a timeless story of frien...
Henrietta, There's No One Better (HENRIETTA)
by Martine Murray
Henrietta, whose favorite color is red and who wants to be an explorer, describes some of her life with her baby brother Albert, her dog Madge, her best friend Olive, and what it is like to be "half a Hen and half a Rietta."