From the artist behind the comic phenomenon Hark! A Vagrant, The Princess and the Pony is a laugh-out-loud story of brave warriors, big surprises, and falling in love with one unforgettable little pony.
Princess Pinecone knows exactly what she wants for her birthday this year.
A BIG horse. A STRONG horse. A horse fit for a WARRIOR PRINCESS!
But when the day arrives, she doesn’t quite get the horse of her dreams…
Andy and Terry are once again inviting readers to come hang out with them in their astonishing 39-story treehouse (it used to be 13 stories, then 26 stories, but they keep expanding).
And this year they will have even more time to jump on the world’s highest trampoline, toast marshmallows in an active volcano, swim in the chocolate waterfall, pet baby dinosaurs, and go head-to-trunk with the Trunkinator, since Terry has created the greatest invention that he ― or anyone else ― has ever invented... a Once-upon-a-time machine that will write and illustrate their entire book for them!
Everyone’s favorite cat shares a collection of his favorite inspirational and feel-good quotes in Pete the Cat’s Groovy Guide to Life.
Pete’s glass-half-full outlook on life shines through as he adds his fun take on well-known classics attributed to luminaries from Albert Einstein to Confucius to Abraham Lincoln to Shakespeare and more!
Fans of Pete the Cat will delight in this amusing look at quotes that are accompanied by Pete’s witty responses and Pete illustrations by New York Times bestselling artist James Dean.
Nancy Clancy takes the field in New York Times bestselling team Jane O’Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser’s sixth Nancy Clancy chapter book.
Normally Nancy doesn’t like dressing like everyone else. But wearing a soccer team uniform — well, that’s different.
Nancy adores being on the Green Goblins — she loves cheering for her teammates, sharing refreshments, and painting her fingernails bright green before every game. If only she wasn’t cursed with slow legs!
All Nancy wants is to be mediocre—or maybe even a little better than average. Will she reach her goal?
Here’s a brand-new chapter book with plenty of humor and sports action, written expressly for kids like Nancy who aren’t the star of their team.
Sophie does not want to do her homework, a research report on polar bears. Bor-ing.
They’re big. They eat things. They’re mean.
What else is there to say about them anyway? As it turns out, plenty.
And when a polar bear named Olafur swoops her away to the Arctic, she soon learns all about the playful bear’s habits and habitat — from glacier mice to the northern lights — and, despite her first reservations, she finds herself not just interested but excited about the Arctic.
When the two are swept out to sea on an iceberg, Sophie’s new knowledge and knack for creative thinking pay off in a big way: she calls a whale to their aid!
Inspired by her journey, she’s ready to return home and take another swing at her assignment, this time with gusto.
This warm, lively read-aloud story about teamwork and friendship has the timeless appeal of a much-loved quilt.
When Burdock the barn cat sneaks into the Baxters’ farmhouse kitchen to hide behind a warm stove, he overhears a sinister plot that endangers all the animals on the farm.
It’s up to him and his cacophonous cohorts to figure out how to bust out of the barn before it’s too late.
In this winning debut, readers will fall in love with the solitary cat, the self-effacing cow, the unstoppable pig, even a wayward she-owl — all brought to life with clever dialogue, poetic descriptions, and expressive black-and-white illustrations.
At the edge of the forest a spider spins her web, while nearby, a hummingbird uses strands of spider silk to build her nest.
These are just two of the many animals who live side by side, sharing the resources they need to construct homes, traps, or places to store food.
From award-winning artist Shawn Sheehy comes an up-close look at the architectural masterpieces of the animal world, featuring an array of beautiful, lifelike pop-ups originally crafted with handmade paper.
Life on an island in Maine is always interesting. But when a new teacher starts at Piper’s school — and doesn’t appreciate the special, um, accessory that Piper has decided to wear — there may be trouble on the horizon.
Then Piper discovers the Fairy Tree in her front yard.
Is the Fairy Tree really magic? And can it fix Piper’s problems?