When a bear falls asleep in a rowboat and the tide comes in, the boat floats out to sea, landing at a lighthouse.
A boy loses his ball in the same rowboat, and floats out to sea with his little dog, landing at the lighthouse - where the lonely bear is happy to see them.
The three new friends go fishing to catch their diner - but then a storm comes and the little dog, boy, and bear are frightened; they turn on the lighthouse light and stop a ship from crashing into the lighthouse island.
Reading Level: PreK- Grade 2
When a young boy sees a turtle basking at the park one day, he knows it will be the PERFECT pet.
But when he gets Melvin home, the turtle doesn't seem to be enjoying himself at all.
How can Melvin be the perfect pet if he isn't happy?
Reading Level: Age 6 - 10
Most children bite someone when they are little. Tony Penrose bit the world famous artist, Pablo Picasso (who bit him back.) Now grown Antony shares his memories of a close family friend. Tony's parents are photographer, Lee Miller, and artist, Roland Penrose which explains the close connectin between the Penrose and Picasso families. The book is filled with artworks by Picasso, old photographs by Tony's mother, and drawings by modern day children.
Reading Level: Grades K - 2
Elephant struggles with a terrible moral dilemma: should he share his ice cream with Piggie, which he knows is the right thing to do, or should he eat the whole thing himself, which is what he would really LIKE to do.
Reading Level: Ages 3 - 7
Fuddles is a fat, pampered indoor cat who dreams of going outside and having grand adventures. One day, when the door is left open, he makes his getaway, but he soon discovers that being an outdoor cat is a lot more work than he expected.
If you like this book you may want to check out The Great Gracie Chase: Stop That Dog! too.