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Backyard Wildlife (Blastoff! Readers: Level 1)

Whether seen in the wild or at the zoo, children are probably familiar with each of the animals in this series. Each book introduces a common animal to early readers and provides information to expand their knowledge about the characteristics, diet, and habitat of each animal.

Badger's Pefect Garden

It's springtime and Badger is ready to plant the perfect garden. He has spent months gathering and sorting seeds. It's been a lot of work but it's worth it. His friends Red Squirrel, Dormouse, and Weasel come to help. They weed. They rake. And finally they plant. Afterward, everyone celebrates, and Badger can already imagine the perfect rows of flowers and vegetables. But then a rainstorm comes and washes away the beautiful seeds. Badger's perfect garden is ruined. Or is it? Author Marsha Diane

Basic Concepts

Young children love a story they can interact with. Rocking Chair Kids books are perfect for read-alouds and one-on-one reading. This series introduces basic concepts children need to know before starting school.

Bath Monster, The

As your bath water drains, that slurping sound it makes is the Bath Monsterùdirty bath water is his SECOND favourite food. No one wants to find out what his FIRST favourite food is...until Jackson decides he doesn't believe in the Bath Monster anymore and refuses to take a bath ever again. Starving, the Bath Monster visits Jackson for his FIRST favourite food...Thank goodness it's not little kids, but mud pies!

Battle Royale: Lethal Warriors (45th Parallel Press)

In Battle Royale: Lethal Warriors, we have a matchup of historic magnitude. We took the deadliest warriors from two different time periods and matched them in a battle of weaponry, strength, and grit. Who will come out victorious? You'll have to read to find out. This series utilizes considerate text written at a higher maturity level with a lower reading level to engage struggling readers.

Be a Good Dragon

When Enzo the dragon catches a cold, it's no mere sniffle. No indeed! His coughs and sneezes set fields aflame and barns on fire. The villagers are fleeing their farms and the townsfolk are up in arms. What's a poor fire-sneezing dragon to do? As it turns out, a royal magician has just the right medicine to help Enzo get rid of his cold. And soon, with a little bit of Abbra-ka-brew, Enzo is feeling better and ready to head back to his dragon den. Told in rollicking rhyming text this cautionary t

Be a Maker

How many things can you make in a day? A tower, a friend, a change? Rhyme, repetition, and a few seemingly straightforward questions engage young readers in a discussion about the many things we make-and the ways we can make a difference in the world. This simple, layered story celebrates creativity through beautiful rhyming verse and vibrant illustrations with a timely message.

Be Safe!

The main characters in these humorous and informative books have just learned safety rules. Feeling smart, they are anxious to impart their knowledge to the nearest party, whether it's a younger sibling, a pet, a wayward alien, or their toys. Their funny mishaps show readers why certain actions are not safe as they learn important safety rules.

Beans and Bamboo  

Beans, a raccoon, spends every night searching for food in the trash cans near his tree. One night in the back alley, he meets a panda who has escaped from the zoo. The panda won’t eat anything Beans picks out of the garbage. What follows is a visit to the public library to research pandas. That leads to a trip to China. Tag along with Beans and Bamboo as they make their way to the panda reserve in Chengdu.

Bear and Bird

Bear and Bird soon become constant companions, spending their days together, searching out berries and watching out for one another. They are only separated during the winter months when Bear hibernates and Bird flies south. As the years pass, their friendship grows stronger. Then one spring day, when Bird returns from his winter trip, Bear is not there to greet him. When Bird finally learns why his dear friend is absent, memories of their time together bring comfort and acceptance. In this tale