Cassie found she had a wonderful life, until this spotted wild cat entered and caused her strife. She was not about to give up without a fight and would be rid of him by night.
Follow Cassie as she tries to rid herself of the Wild Cat and sweep him under the mat. From the freezer to the loo, will she chase the Wild Cat from view? Find out as you read another rhyming story from Pat Hatt starring Cassie and the Wild Cat.
From the creators of My Silly Kitty comes another adorable tale about sharing.
The fish is perfectly happy in his bowl until a new THING arrives. It's white, it's cute, it's fluffy, and OH NO--it's trying to eat me! My Silly Kitty has arrived on the scene.
This fish knows exactly what to do!
Children will learn about sharing and making new friends, all wrapped up in a fun rhyme. For ages two and up.
Age Level: 4 - 10
How to get organized in the morning in a fun way? Step by step!
Kate always late to school. She finds it really difficult to wake up in the morning and to finish all her morning tasks in time.
One day, Kate's mother had an idea how to make getting organized fun and exciting. How she did it? Read the story and find out...
Age Level: 3 - 9 | Grade Level: K - 3
A Friend In Need Is A Friend In Deed !!
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The story is full with colorful hand drawings,that are so cute and imaginative young ones."Oh dear," said the deer, "I'm so cold, what a plight!I've searched for a hat, but none fits just right."On top of his head his big antlers grew, No hat would fit over them; what could he do?
Age Level: 0 - 8 | Grade Level: P - K
Have you ever wondered if monsters have mommies and daddies? It turns out monsters families are a lot like our families. This monstrous tale about parents and family is perfect for children aged eight and under.
This informative kids book includes well chosen words & great pictures to help children learn more about one of America's most beloved and iconic pioneers in technology and entertainment, Steve Jobs.
Aside from the interesting facts and images Mr Smith presents in his Steve Jobs Book For Kids he also covers some interesting facts and insights about Steve Jobs background growing up, how he first got started with computers, where he grew up, his vision to change the world with personal computers forever, and much more.
Kane O'Conner lives with his large, rowdy family on Fort Clayton Army Base in the Panama Canal Zone. Awkward, asthmatic Kane spends most of his time reading until one day, in 1976, he discovers a Kuna Indian girl hiding in a mango tree in the jungle near his house.
When Clara discovers a mysterious journal in her Grammie’s attic a new and exciting world and time opens up to her. Innocently, Clara recites the incantation she finds on a hand drawn map, thinking what’s the worse that could happen. That is when she meets, Captain Melvin Claudius Flump, a dashing British Navel Officer and time traveler.
In their first adventure, the Captain whisks Clara off to Victorian Era Africa for a safari. The electricity between Clara and the Captain is palpable. What amazing things will she encounter, is there a romance brewing between them and can Clara keep it all a secret from her Grammie?
Cows, trying to take over the world? How would they do such a thing? Well they have a plan, hundreds of years in the making, but humans aren't supposed to know. They've been fooling us for centuries.
But let's put it this way, you may never look at milk the same way again and next time you see one you may appreciate they are not as dopey as they look.
When the first wave of attack happens in the quiet, sleepy village of Golthwaite, set in the tranquil surrounding of the Yorkshire Dales, the villagers aren't even aware of what is happening. Not even our young, though slightly dim hero, Jimmy Tatley, knows what is going on but he must figure it out or we are all doomed.
Chicken Little lives in a world of fear, in spite of her big sister and loving parents’ advice. She trembles at a mouse, cowers during a wind storm, and panics when the tricky fox tries to fool her with superstitions. When an acorn hits her on the head, she’s convinced that the sky is falling. Frightened, Chicken Little starts a panic among all the animals until they take the problem to wise King Leo.
King Leo’s simple explanation makes Chicken Little and her friends realize they shouldn’t be gullible, but should check things out before believing them. When Chicken Little stops listening to superstitions and unfounded fears, she becomes a very happy and peaceful hen. This expansion of the Chicken Little story demonstrates the dangers of being too gullible.
"The Immortality Of Childhood: Adventures of A Boy Called James" deals with the wondrous and unique tale of James Wilkinson, a normal 12 year old boy, who embarks on a series of adventures that transform even the most ordinary of days into ones that will live in his memory forever.
Join him as he encounters the King of All Birds, attends a bizarre lecture from a crackpot Professor, gets tried for his life in an underground seaside court, visits the rebellious and riot-prone Railway Club, trespasses on a country manor house with the 1st Battalion… and a whole lot more besides, as the book progresses towards its epic finale... where a perilous Enemy awaits.
Juney Brown Toes is back! And so are some of her old friends, Tufty Thomas and Slow Freddy amongst them. Some new friends are with her as well, including Mollie Magpie, Aquila the Eagle, Erinacious the Hedgehog, Meles and Digger the Badgers, and many more. New friends, and new enemies!
Her Leverets are missing, and Juney will do anything to get them back. With the help of a ghost and all the animals of the wood and forest, she’s determined to find them and attempt a rescue.
But it isn’t going to be easy, humans are involved and many dogs. And most dangerous of all, Grey Hound is back, and he is meaner and deadlier than ever.
Digger the Badger was a hero in A Hare’s Tale 3, and because of that, Digger is now in trouble! He’s made an enemy of Liam, and Liam’s not one to forgive and forget. With the help of the Badger man, Bradley Smith, Liam catches Digger, and another young Badger, and sells them to the evil farmer, Dad Dillon.
On Dillon Farm, only a courageous Badger stands any chance of survival.
But Digger isn’t completely alone; Yar, the tinker, knows where he is, and with the help of The Golden Hare, Juney Brown Toes, and Mollie Magpie, he gathers support from many other animals to help the Badgers.
For most people, the idea of learning a new language is a daunting task – and perhaps overwhelming. Will you be able to learn it? Will it be too difficult? Will you feel stupid if you can’t do it?
The idea that YOU can take charge and learn something you have always wanted to learn is empowering. You CAN do it. You CAN learn American Sign Language! This is the starting line.
This book will help you see how to add American Sign Language to your knowledge of languages one step – or letter – at a time. With easy to follow instructions and visual cues and examples, you will master the alphabet and be ready to take the next step – communication!
ge Level: 5 - 12 | Grade Level: 1 - 6
“We are going to have such a great time at the zoo tomorrow!” Clark’s mom exclaimed as she jumped up from sitting on Clark's bed. She bounced out of the bedroom, and then turned back as she reached the hallway. “Go right to bed, sweetie,” his mother chirped. “You don’t want to be tired tomorrow! Good night!”
“Goodnight mom,” Clark repeated.
Louie and Clark would not be going directly to bed. They had plans to make for tomorrow.
Secret superhero plans.
A short sweet bedtime story for pre-school children featuring Spudley the little black and white cat.
Ranald Ironclaw and Hercules McGregor are the two most powerful honey barons in Scotland. Both bears control vast swathes of land and dominate their respective territories with the firm paw of leadership. After an uneasy peace, tensions begin to rise between the bittersweet rivals.
Meanwhile, Ironclaw's nephew Brosnan arrives at his uncle's grand castle headquarters for a study visit and soon finds himself caught up in the thick of the action. Will a Honey War change the map of Scotland forever?
This 3rd volume continues the wonderful adventures of JoJo Gould's New Bears for the 21st Century series. Age 12+. Best read in volume sequence.
Age Level: 5 - 8 | Grade Level: K - 2
Meet Duck -- a clever, resourceful farmer -- and his best friends, Hen and Cat. When Duck reads a book about fossils, he invites his friends to come with him on a dinosaur dig. It turns out that digging up the bones is the easy part. Back at the farm, the other animals aren't too sure they really want a T-Rex skeleton in the barn...
Check out this charming story about a cute little bear name Lenny. He’s short and round and different from the rest. Can this sweet little bear accept being different from the other bears?
What's Wrong With Lenny Bear? is a great story that teaches about sharing and caring. Read this fun story to your little ones as they watch Lenny Bear's friends help him in his times of trouble.
Age Level: 2 - 6 | Grade Level: P - K
Skwidge is a young squirrel who was born without a tail. Unhappy with being laughed at because he can't jump or do things the other squirrels do, he decides to run away from home and find himself a tail. Along the way he meets other woodland creatures with different tails - like Justlee Proud, the peacock and Bea Iggeers, the rabbit - who try to help him.
Just when things seem hopeless, Skwidge comes to the rescue of a baby beaver and realizes that being without a tail doesn't make him less of a squirrel.
- Aimed mainly at the 8-13 age range. It's a fun and fascinating way for newly and not so newly independent readers to find out more about the strangest animals alive.
- IP Factly's Amazing Animal series has been designed to encourage and bolster independent reading.
- This book provides fact after fact for information hungry children to tell family and friends, and even has an accompanying website with videos of the animals in action.
- It makes learning fun and gives a real reason for children to want to read by themselves. Kids will love collecting animal facts to share and enjoy.
Age Level: 6 - 12 | Grade Level: K - 6
Step into the wild world of sea creatures as you journey through the ocean with us. SHARKS: Fun Facts and Amazing Photos of Animals in Nature (Amazing Animal Kingdom Series) is a fun and enlightening book about sharks. Learn about the different types of sharks as well as what they eat and their strange behaviors.
It is the perfect book for children of all ages.
Have you ever wondered what it must be like to be a mermaid? Would you like to be one for just a day? In our story, a young girl tells us about her day as a mermaid. She and her parents would visit the beach every day to build castles, swim and enjoy the warm sand and gentle surf. On falling asleep one night, in her dream she finds herself in the crystal clear waters of the ocean with the dolphins playing by her side. Realizing she is a mermaid, she swims to the ocean floor and discovers so many wonderful things. Being a mermaid, all the creatures of the sea ask her to sing. As she begins to sing she looks up for her parents, but realizes they aren’t in her dream with her. A knock on her elbow reminds her of how important her mother’s care is to her. She realizes that although it may be great to be someone special in the sea, it’s far better to be someone special to her parents.
Lesson 2 is one more an amusing story from the series “Little Music Lessons for Kids”. Just read it to your child, and you will see that difficulties of how to write a treble clef disappear. Make the learning of your little one easy. Thanks to the main heroes of the fairy-tale - boastful snail and bold fire poker - your child will gain a lot of useful skills and have fun learning to write one of the first musical keys.
This cute little book allows your child to learn to read using sight words! On each page you'll find simple sight words (in fun rhyming fashion) along with a captivating picture so your child will learn to associate words with different actions.
The words are based on the Dolch sight word list, and include: up, down, little, funny, this, these, those, ride, fly and others.
The fun pictures are sure to capture the attention of your little ones, and have them reading this book in no time!
Every year, magic counselor Mr. Kent dreads the inventory of his enchanted objects. While he loves playing with the hula hoop that can turn back time and the jump rope that makes you invisible, the item in Cabinet 11 always escapes, and this time, it will be during school hours!
It will take the teamwork of the Troubled Tweens to help Mr. Kent get the magical mayhem returned to its cabinet in his colorful Wall of Wonders.
This 4000-word story from the world of the Troubled Tweens is the perfect introduction to D.D. Roy's book series that begins with Jinnie Wishmaker and continues with Marcus Mender. (for 8-12 year olds)
Age Level: 6 - 8 | Grade Level: K - 2
This is an illustrated children's book. It is the story of Tony, a purple dragon, who sets off on a journey of discovery. He stops at Natch, a town known for growing the world's best chilies and makes friends with the children of the town. When the town's roaster breaks, Tony saves the day by roasting the chilies in the field by blowing fire. The book's best feature is the ink paintings which can be enjoyed by all ages. The story is aimed at children in the primary grades.
Sheriff Tune sat outside the jail when he and his deputy heard a wail. It was that of Miss Priss and Golden Cat, the greatest outlaw in a cowboy hat. Soon they took over the town, making Sheriff Tune frown.
Will the outlaws keep the town? Can Sheriff Tune bring them down? Find out all of that and more by adding another book from Pat Hatt to your shore.