The Birthday Pet- Danny can have a pet for his birthday and he knows exactly what he wants, but the other members of his family think differently.
ABC Animal Jamboree- Short, silly poems celebrates the animal alphabet from Angelfish to Zebra.
Bear Takes A Trip- Encourages the reader to practice telling time as
Bear packs a suitcase, meets a friend, and travels to the mountain lake
where they both have cabins.
Henry's Amazing Imagination!- When Henry's imagination gets mixed up with the
truth during show and tell, his teacher suggests that he write and
illustrate his own stories.
Millicent and Meer- While playing on the beach, Millicent finds a new
friend named Meer, but once she takes him home, he doesn't act like the
cat she thought him to be.
Mouse Was Mad- Mouse struggles to find the right way to express
his anger, modeling the behavior of Hare, Bear, Hedgehog, and Bobcat,
only to discover that his own way may be the best way of all.
No!- This is the story of a likeable, well-meaning and irrepressible dog and the mystery surrounding his name.
On The Farm- Gives a view of the world of the family farm.
Simple verse and woodcut with watercolor illustrations evoke a world at
once timeless and disappearing from view-- the world of the family farm.
Rabbit Ears- Hopscotch the rabbit refuses to wash his ears
until his older cousin comes to visit, and he learns something about
being grown up.
Silly Tilly- Tilly drives the other barnyard animals crazy with
her silliness, but after gruffly telling her to stop, they discover
that they miss her old ways.
Tacky Goes to Camp- Tacky the penguin and his friends go to Camp
Whoopihaha where they scare each other by telling ghost stories around
the campfire, never expecting that one of the stories will come true.
Tyrannosaurus Rex: The King of the Dinosaurs- The little boy in this story has a very vivid
imagination and a lot of interest in dinosaurs. In this whimsical tale,
he makes friends with a Tyrannosaurus Rex. As the story progresses, he
discovers facts about his dinosaur friend and learns how the
Tyrannosaurus Rex differs from all other dinosaurs. At the story's end,
he wakes up in his bed, discovers that he'd been dreaming, and finds
himself cuddling a stuffed toy dinosaur.
Ugh! Eggs!- Pip hates eggs, but that is what his dad makes for
breakfast, so Pip tries to find something to eat that doesn't have eggs