Arnold wants to celebrate the start of the cozy autumn season indoors. Louise does not. When they decide to enjoy the season on their own, they each discover celebrations aren’t the same if they’re not celebrating together.
Lucas has a new best friend when he brings T-Bone the Drone home from the store. They enjoy playing, flying, and even recharging together–but Lucas has been spending so much time with his new toy that he ignores his real friends. When a ball sails […]
Told in second person, readers discover that no matter how clear your gift list is, grandma sometimes has her own plans. When you get a lemon tree instead of a cool electronic device, you learn to make the best of the situation.
First grader Ella McKeen is the undisputed kickball queen until a new girl named Riya shows up—and shows her up at recess. How does Ella handle losing? By throwing herself on the grass and screaming while the rest of the class watches her fall apart. […]
Every story needs a problem. But Panda doesn’t have a problem. Unless . . . Panda is the problem. Just who is the main character of this story? A funny book about how books work
Klawde is not your average cat. He has sharp claws. Fine fur. And, being the High Commander of the planet Lyttyrboks, has an entire world of warlike cats at his command. He’s an emperor from another planet until he is exiled to Earth. He’s cruel. […]
Fox and Chick are off on three new adventures involving a boat ride, a mysterious box, and an early morning trip to see the sunrise. Though they are very different, these two friends always have a fun time together.
Daddy is proud of his perfect lawn and is ready to remove the dandelion weed ruining it until his daughter Sweetie names it and tells Daddy it is her best friend. Every time Daddy thinks he can sneak past Sweetie and destroy the dandelion, Sweetie […]
Kindness is Buns’ superpower, but her know-it-all sister, Blossom knows everything about everything and she is sure kind is kind but not a superpower. Can Buns prove her wrong and prove kindness is truly a superpower?
In this story told in letters, Arfy, the homeless dog writes to all the people on Butternut street to try to find a family. Won’t anyone open their heart–and home–to a lonesome dog? Readers will be happily surprised to learn just who steps up to […]