This comic-style early reader, Chick and Brain: Egg or Eyeball?, is a great way to introduce young readers to chapter books.
Browsing: Beginning Readers
Guess What!? is a humorous story about the beach, but it is also a book about reading, words, and the power (and fun) of knowledge and research.
Jon Klassen’s ink and watercolor drawings bring scenes to life. These delightful stories are sure to become timeless classics in the animal-stories genre.
Edward the Egg is a story about reciprocity, teaching readers that doing the right thing isn’t always easy, but it is usually worthwhile.
Author Amy Flanagan’s responses to these interview questions showcase exactly why kids are loving Mrs. R. Snugglesworth, Attorney-at-Law. Read on!
Turns out, What About Worms!? isn’t about worms after all – it’s about tigers, and it teaches some inquisitive worms not to be afraid of tigers.
Join us on this virtual book tour for the adorably illustrated chapter book Mrs. R. Snugglesworth, Attorney-at-Law, written by Amy Flanagan!
With a happy ending and a
promise for more adventure, this adorable series is sure to be a hit with elementary-school children.
Are you looking for a fantastic resource to support early-stage reading and writing? Join us on this virtual book tour for Letter Sounds Abound!
In Katherine Battersby’s Cranky Chicken, readers will enjoy seeing how these two very different personalities learn to love one another.