In the latest beginning reader from the bestselling, classroom based Robin Hill School series the class celebrates Earth Day! The kids in Mrs. Connor's class are celebrating Earth Day, and everyone has lots of ideas on how to save the Earth...except Emma. Emma is worried that her ideas are not good enough. With the help of her dad and Mrs. Connor, Emma learns that her small ideas can have big results!
Early readers will love learning about the American tradition of groundhog day with Mrs. Connor's class in this Level 1 Ready-to-Read! It's Groundhog Day in Mrs. Connor's class. But instead of watching a real groundhog, the first graders wait to see if Chester the hamster will see his shadow!
The bestselling duo, Margaret McNamara and Mike Gordon, deliver another great Level 1 Ready-to-Read full of lessons for beginning readers! Hannah's teacher plans a party to celebrate the one hundredth day of school. But on the day of the big party, Hannah is too sick to go. She misses out on the fun! But when she returns the next school day, Hanna finds that adding one can make things extra special.
The Robin Hill School first-graders celebrate Pajama Day in this Level 1 Ready-to-Read, the thirtieth book in the Robin Hill School series! It's Pajama Day! All of the students at Robin Hill School are wearing pajamas to show their school spirit. But Emma forgot! Who will come to her rescue?
In the twentieth installment of the hit Robin Hill School series, Nia volunteers her mama to be in charge of planning a great party for Mrs. Connor's class. Everyone is excited--but Nia's mama doesn't know she's been volunteered! Nia knows her mother is shy about speaking English, and is much more comfortable with her native Spanish. With the party fast approaching, can Nia and her mama pull off a great party for the first-grade class?
Level 1: Starting to Read - Simple stories - Increased vocabulary - Longer sentences Mrs. Connor's first-grade class is going on a field trip! They're headed to the pumpkin patch to pick out pumpkins. Katie dreams of finding the perfect pumpkin. But the one she chooses isn't perfect at all. It's too small! But then her father shows her that wonderful things often come in small packages.