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In Jake Learns to Share, its Jake's birthday and he's announced he's going to eat his cake all by himself. He also intends to play with his presents all by himself. But he quickly discovers that leaving his family out of the fun makes for a boring, lonely celebration!
Jake is excited about having his own bedroom, but when it comes time to go to sleep, he is afraid of the dark and afraid of being alone. Jake tries to conquer his fears by turning on the bedroom light. When that doesn't work, he takes his animals to bed with him. Then he tries crawling under his bed. When none of these methods work, he crawls back into bed and finally falls asleep. The next morning, when Jake tells his parents what happened, they...
A Lesson in Kindness
Princesses Abby and Emma are ready to celebrate their birthday with their friends. But where did Beth go? Can Emma convince Beth to come back to the party?
This is a Level One I Can Read! book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences. It aligns with guided reading level G and will be of interest to children Pre-K to 3rd grade.
Meet Peck, a chubby desert quail who just wants to have his friends over for a morning meal. Breakfast for Everyone is the latest entry in the popular I Can Read™ line of books for young readers. Intended for level-two readers, Breakfast for Everyone is educational, entertaining, and it has a lovely message about accepting each other's differences—differences that are God's plan for us. Peck has made seed pancakes and invited all his...
The friends make a sailboat in Otter and Owl Set Sail, but there's one problem—it doesn't sail, even when they blow into the sail and sing sailing songs. Level two readers will learn that they themselves don't have the power to do all things, but can call on the one who does.
Find out what it means for God to have the whole world in his hands. Does it include everything on the earth, under the earth, and above the earth? Discover what God holds in his hands and loves.
This is a Level One I Can Read! book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences. It aligns with guided reading level J and will be of interest to children Pre-K to 3rd grade.
There's a gentle lesson about kindness in Otter and Owl's Helpful Hike, when Otter ends up with a lot of bumps and bruises when he tries to help others. Level-two readers will enjoy this story on friendship and caring for God's creatures.
Kids learn about the importance of friendship in this level two book. In Otter and Owl and the Big Ah-choo! it appears that Otter is allergic—to Owl! Owl believes that they can no longer be friends, but Otter discovers the real cause of his sneezing.