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There's the hoot of the howler monkey, the roar of the tiger, the caw of the parrots. When the class hears a laughing sound, the teacher thinks that it's a hyena - but it turns out to be kids laughing and playing at the zoo playground! Bus for Us, The 01 Item No. Kids will get a kick out of knowing more than Tess.

Teachers will be able to think of dozens of ways to share this book with preschool and beginning-reader audiences. The Book invites interaction and encourages repeat read-alouds. Worm is all about having fun, respecting the earth, and never taking baths. In Diary of a Worm: Teacher's Pet, Worm makes a surprising discovery—teachers have birthdays!

That means Worm and his friends have to find the perfect present for their teacher, Mrs. Diary of a Worm: Teacher's Pet is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it is perfect for kids learning to sound out words and sentences. Embarrassed by getting dropped off at school by mom or dad? School bus more trouble than it's worth? If you could choose, how would you get to school? In their latest effort, bestselling duo Jerry Pallotta and David Biedrzycki playfully imagine all of the different ways a child could get to school from jumping with frogs to riding on the back of your very own elephant.

Kids will surely love the imagination in Pallotta's story and laugh along with every one of Biedrzycki's humorous illustrations. What does Bobby do all day at school? Lucy wants to know! She finds the lunchroom. She finds the library. But can she find Bobby? Step 3 Reading on Your Own is for children who are ready to read independently. Step 3 titles have stories with easy-to-follow plots and engaging characters.

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When Emily wears a blue coat, so does Vicky. When Vicky wears yellow socks, Emily does too.

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And they love to do everything together. Maybe Emily and Vicky are not actually twins. They are very happy being best friends-especially if they match. Miss Bindergarten has a secret too, and the whole class will be amazed at what fun she has in store for them! Hoggenmuller, if Olivia has anything to say about it! Hoggenmuller, is being considered for Teacher of the Year in the 8" x 8" adaptation of an episode.

Olivia goes all out to see that the class does its best to help their teacher shine. At first, he is very nervous, but then he realizes how much fun school can be. Otto learns all kinds of things - how to share his toys, how to play games, and even how to remember that shoes are for wearing, not for eating. Todd Parr's bold illustrations and simple text are the perfect fit for children just starting their reading journey.

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At the end of the story, Todd offers a reassuring message to cure those back-to-school jitters: You will meet new friends, learn new things, and then you will be really, really smart! Love, Otto and Todd. Picture Day 13 Item No. This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line, Branches. Aimed at 5- to 7-year-olds, this line of books is for children who are just starting to read independently.

Missy is a very creative girl who does everything in her own super duper royal deluxe way! This first book is about Missy's school picture day. Despite Missy's keen fashion sense, her mother insists on choosing her picture-day outfit for her. She simply must find a way to make her picture-day outfit her own.

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With her trusty friend Oscar and her cat named Pink by her side, Missy is sure to come up with an outfit that's truly super duper royal deluxe! Pooh's School Day 11 Item No. However, Pooh keeps talking out of turn, Tigger won't stop bouncing, and Eeyore keeps grumbling. In the end Christopher Robin has a great idea - to go outside for recess!

School Play 13 Item No. In the third book in the series, Missy's class is putting on a play about George Washington Carver. Missy, of course, wants to be cast in the best, most exciting part. But Missy doesn't get a main part. She doesn't even get a speaking part. Missy does what she does best though--she turns her part into the most super duper royal deluxe part ever! This book features lively full-color illustrations throughout. Show-and-Tell 13 Level 2 Item No. One little Berrykin doesn't know what to bring, so she asks Strawberry and the girls for their help.

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Nothing seems quite right until Strawberry suggests making a scrapbook all about friendship! Stage Fright 14 4 Item No. In this fourth book, Ed goes to sign up for the bowling league, but accidentally signs up for a playwriting contest instead. Ed and his friends write a VERY wacky play that stars a hamburger, a moose, a ninja, and even a pirate mouse! While performing the play, Ed's powers as the Stranger make things in the Looniverse turn more than a little loony!

Ed scrambles to stop the strangeness before it's too late. Praise for David Greenberg and Liza Woodruff. A collection of silly poems that's perfect for back-to-school! This school-themed collection contains wacky, wonderful poems about a recess secret, a show-and-tell mystery, a handful of homework excuses, and a sneaky, slithering, escaped class pet. These poems are sure to tickle the funny bone of any kid who's ever endured a gross cafeteria lunch or a teacher with eyes in the back of her head.

David Greenberg's silly school poems will speak to kids, parents, and teachers alike. Triplets Ana, Bella, and Carlos are always looking for an adventure. And on Saturday mornings they always seem to find one! This Saturday, the triplets want to play teacher. But with a class full of stuffed animals and one very naughty cat, the school day doesn't turn out quite like they plan. As the first day draws to a close, there can be no doubt? Lottie and Mia are twins with very special magic powers.

In the second book in the series, these Super Twins put their heads together to recover a ball that was thrown up into a tree during recess. It was thrown there by the new kid--who seems like one BIG bully! In the end, Lottie and Mia and their friend Toby! That may not be a problem for much longer, because if the Scream Team can't find a sponsor, they're going to be kicked out of the league. But how can any monster trust Dennis when he's seen meeting with the Vampire Team?

During the championship game, Dennis earns everyone's trust back with a stellar performance. The crowd all chips in to help sponsor the scrappy Scream Team. Gerry wants to make sure Houdini feels right at home, so she learns his favorite snacks, reads him stories, and even paints him a picture of her classroom. But then, the hamster darts right out of his cage and goes missing! The guys have three days to get there and stop the proposal.

Will they make it in time to save Dave? Class Mom 09 Level 1 Item No. Connor's class is having a party! Nia volunteers her mother to be in charge of planning the party - as class mom! But Nia's mother is shy and only speaks a little English, and Nia forgot to tell her that she's got a job to do! Can Nia's mom come through and throw a great party for the class? Big Test, The 11 Item No. Sarah Jane Hartwell's students worked hard all year, learned a lot, and enjoyed themselves in the process.

Who wouldn't with a great teacher like Mrs. But now the Big Test is looming, and the students are nervous. The students - and Mrs. Hartwell - have one last, important lesson to learn Class Pets 13 Item No. This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line called Branches, which is aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina.

Branches books help readers grow! Missy has BIG plans for the class pet. She plans to have a fashion show, create a circus, and even put the pets in their very own parade. But a mean new girl in class, Tiffany, says she's taking the pets home with her instead. Missy enlists the help of her trusty friend, Oscar, to come up with a stellar plan. Just like with everything else, Missy takes the class pets home the only way she knows how--the super duper royal deluxe way!

This is the second book in this humorous, full-color early chapter book series. Ready-to-Read Level one readers fun and easy-to-read books that children love. But she feels out of place when she realizes all her classmates can perform lots of different types of dance, like Irish step dancing, and that she's the only one who wants to do ballet! First Day Frights 12 Item No. Suddenly Norm isn't normal anymore! But exploring the classroom white the students are away might get this little kitty into big trouble! Emergent reads will share Mittens' curiosity about school and relish the happy ending to his newest adventure.

Dixie stars in another I Can Read title, a tasty treat for all beginning readers. A class trip, in fact, to the dinosaur museum! Emma and her classmates learn all about how the dinosaurs lived. But when Dixie mistakes dinosaur bones for doggie treats, Emma steps in to save the artifacts and winds up separated from her class. Can the pair dig their way out of this mess before the school bus leaves?

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Dixie and the School Trip is the fourth I Ca Read story starring Dixie-a fantastic addition to any beginning reader's library. Marley, that irrepressible puppy with a big appetite for trouble, eats Cassies's homework in this funny Marley I Can Read! Cassie has worked hard on her very first science project - a solar system mobile made out of fruit. She wakes up before school to find herself without her homework and in need of a quick fix. Can Marley somehow make up for his cosmic mistake and help Cassie get her project in on time?

Marley's newest beginning reader is filled with out-of-this-world laughs, perfect for anyone who's ever suffered from a case of disappearing homework. Kindergarten, Here I Come! Whether it's the first-day-of-school jitters or the hundredth-day-of-school party, every aspect of the kindergarten experience is introduced with a light and funny poem-not to mention charming illustrations. As the series begins, everyone at Dino School is exited about the new student, Teddy the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Teddy is really nice - but there's one problem. He forgets to use his "inside roar" inside the classroom!

Teddy loves to roar - as loud as he can! How will he learn to use his "inside roar?


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Find out - and have some dino-size fun along the way! As they walk around the zoo, Jack hears all sorts of sounds. There's the hoot of the howler monkey, the roar of the tiger, the caw of the parrots. When the class hears a laughing sound, the teacher thinks that it's a hyena - but it turns out to be kids laughing and playing at the zoo playground! Bus for Us, The 01 Item No. Kids will get a kick out of knowing more than Tess. Teachers will be able to think of dozens of ways to share this book with preschool and beginning-reader audiences.

The Book invites interaction and encourages repeat read-alouds. Worm is all about having fun, respecting the earth, and never taking baths. In Diary of a Worm: Teacher's Pet, Worm makes a surprising discovery—teachers have birthdays! That means Worm and his friends have to find the perfect present for their teacher, Mrs. Diary of a Worm: Teacher's Pet is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it is perfect for kids learning to sound out words and sentences.

Embarrassed by getting dropped off at school by mom or dad? School bus more trouble than it's worth? If you could choose, how would you get to school? In their latest effort, bestselling duo Jerry Pallotta and David Biedrzycki playfully imagine all of the different ways a child could get to school from jumping with frogs to riding on the back of your very own elephant.

Kids will surely love the imagination in Pallotta's story and laugh along with every one of Biedrzycki's humorous illustrations. What does Bobby do all day at school? Lucy wants to know! She finds the lunchroom. She finds the library. But can she find Bobby? Step 3 Reading on Your Own is for children who are ready to read independently. Step 3 titles have stories with easy-to-follow plots and engaging characters. When Emily wears a blue coat, so does Vicky.

When Vicky wears yellow socks, Emily does too. And they love to do everything together. Maybe Emily and Vicky are not actually twins. They are very happy being best friends-especially if they match. Miss Bindergarten has a secret too, and the whole class will be amazed at what fun she has in store for them! Hoggenmuller, if Olivia has anything to say about it! Hoggenmuller, is being considered for Teacher of the Year in the 8" x 8" adaptation of an episode.

Olivia goes all out to see that the class does its best to help their teacher shine. At first, he is very nervous, but then he realizes how much fun school can be. Otto learns all kinds of things - how to share his toys, how to play games, and even how to remember that shoes are for wearing, not for eating. Todd Parr's bold illustrations and simple text are the perfect fit for children just starting their reading journey.