The Early Readers Program teaches young children to read. This is the introductory book in the Early Readers series, perfect for a First Reader for Kindergarten and Preschool aged children.
The stories include: At the Zoo, I Can Count (Numbers to 10), Rocket Count Down, How Do You Feel and I Like. These contain simple words that are supported by pictures to give young children who are learning to read the confidence they need to predict words and to read by themselves.
For more great Level 1 Beginner Readers, see Early Readers – Book 1 and Book 2. Type Katrina Kahler into the search bar to see all her other Early Reading Books, Sight Word Books and Phonic Books.
Ghostly footsteps, haunted mirrors, stolen treasures…welcome to the Rosebud Academy.
Up until a few weeks ago, eighteen-year-old Lissa Anderson drank, smoked, and partied hard as she tried to forget the sorrow of her best friend’s death. But now that she’s seen the error of her ways, she’s determined to be the straightest arrow at Rosebud, an elite summer program for classical musicians.
A spooky old dormitory, overprivileged students, and hours at the piano make the program into everything Lissa expected. What she didn’t expect is her quickly-budding romance with a cellist, the series of thefts related to scary stories, or the ghost determined to get Lissa’s attention. If she’s willing to face her own skeletons, Lissa’s rebellious past might help her unlock the future.
NOTE: June’s Blood is the first book in a trilogy, and the entire series is available now. The story in this book is complete, but there are unresolved questions to be explored in the second and third books.
Join the RBI—a group of teen agents with special gifts—on a series of action-packed adventures as they travel the world!
The Florida swamplands are home to hungry gators, wild electrical storms, and a most unusual creature. Sightings of a strange lizard-like animal reach Ripley High and the RBI are sent to investigate. During their search, the RBI agents find themselves in the middle of a high-speed airboat chase, a swarm of rats, a mysterious treasure hunt, and DUL agents in disguise. But then that’s nothing unusual when you’re a member of the RBI!
USA Today Bestselling author, W.J. May, brings you to a new level of fantasy. Fans of Underworld and paranormal worlds will love this story!
"The wise learn many things from their enemies."
My name’s Atlanta Skolar, and I’m a huntress. No, not the vampire-slaying type, or the ever-brooding Winchester brothers from Supernatural. I live a relatively normal life—during the day at least. I go to school, have friends, and try my best to survive Uncle James’ horrendous cooking.
However, the nights in the city of Calen are not always calm. There’s a thin veil between our world and the world of monsters, the good and the bad. I’m one of the few who stands between the two. With the help of my uncle, who’s taken me in since my parents’ deaths, I spend the nights making sure the balance is maintained and that each side keeps to their respective places.
At least, that was until something rattled the cages and everything hit the fan. There’s a new evil in town, an evil that’s been here before, and it may be responsible for my parents’ deaths. An evil that isn’t satisfied with the balance. It’ll do all it can to make sure darkness falls over Calen and the rest of the world once again.
Scary? That ain’t the half of it.
It’s particularly interested in me.
Why? No idea.
But it’s my job as a huntress to make sure the evil is stopped, no matter what.
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Jackson and his family have fallen on hard times. There’s no more money for rent. And not much for food, either. His parents, his little sister, and their dog may have to live in their minivan. Again.
Crenshaw is a cat. He’s large, he’s outspoken, and he’s imaginary. He has come back into Jackson’s life to help him. But is an imaginary friend enough to save this family from losing everything?
Beloved author Katherine Applegate proves in unexpected ways that friends matter, whether real or imaginary.