Written by Denise Kaderabek and Matthew Weiler
Illustrated by Nicolas Peruzzo
Sasthesquatch is a lovable Bigfoot who is curious about the human world. Soon he leaves the forest behind and heads out on a new adventure. Tag along on his journey as he discovers all the fun things we can do!
WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
Written by Leon Weitrab
Illustrated by Pritali Joharapurkar
Let’s be honest, parents (and grandparents, too) – how many times have you asked those young people that seem to be continually underfoot and marching to a very different drummer, that simple question: "What are you doing?" Your need to ask that question may always seem obvious to you, but did you ever wonder how that question is heard by the young child you are addressing?
Just as we already know that those youngsters are soaking up new information and forming new ideas in their little heads every single day, we also need to know that they are trying, in their own, distinct ways, to relate to the world around them – often in ways that make much sense to them but raise doubts to the adults around them. What Are You Doing? will help you see many situations through a child’s eyes, enabling you to understand better what is going through their minds, even while you have many doubts of your own.
PADDY O'ROURKE'S LEPRECHAUN TRICKERY
Written by Sarah Case Mamika
Illustrated by Nicolas Peruzzo
BINKY BUNNY STANDS FOR THE FLAG
Written by Kathleen Boros, M. Ed. in Special Education
Illustrated by Mariana Dragomirova
Please join Binky's family with yours in taking pride in reciting our Pledge of Allegiance to our amazing American flag. In Binky's third book, with the help of his teacher, Jeryl the Jack Rabbit, children learn to stand loud and proud for our American flag. Children will learn to recite the Pledge of Allegiance and understand the meaning behind it. A lesson is truly learned on what it means to be a Patriot and how to show respect and honor to those who protect and have protected our beautiful flag.
THE DAY RAVEN FLEW
Written by Blair Kluckman
Illustrated by Madison Juhnke
Raven, a young housecat, spends his days in boredom watching birds and other animals out the window. He sulks around, saddened at the fact that he wants to be able to run around outside with the other animals. He always had a secret desire to be able to fly just like the birds he watched. His only link to the outside world is a red-headed woodpecker named Stewart who would chat with him through the window screen. Little did Raven know, his small world was about to get a whole lot bigger.
One day the other cat that Raven shares the house with, Joey, wakes him from a nap, and after that moment nothing is the same for Raven ever again. He ends up on an adventure of a lifetime, meeting other animals and exploring places he never thought imaginable. Just when he thinks nothing could get any stranger, he learns of a group of animals known as A-POW who will soon play a very big role in his life.
Belonging to an ancient family of cats, Raven finds out he is needed to help save Earth from certain destruction in the form of a hideous alien named Cringe. It is up to A-POW to train Raven to be the warrior he is meant to be, and hope that they are not too late.