Things aren't looking good for Class X. With another teacher running away screaming (literally), Arlo wonders how long the new substitute teacher will survive. When Mrs. Ogg takes the class to the zoo, Arlo realizes it's up to him to keep everyone in line. What Mrs. Ogg fails to mention is that this is no ordinary zoo . . .
At Wildlife Park the penguins have started up a new club . . . but only black and white animals are invited. Feeling left out, George the giraffe comes up with his own plan. This story about including everyone uses charming illustrations and carefully leveled text to help young children learn to read.
The Wildlife Park is awarding gold stars to the animals, and George the giraffe has the perfect spot on his fence for one. But will George win a gold star? George and his animal friends introduce young children to reading with leveled text and full-color illustrations.
There is a new craze at the wildlife park: People Cards! George the Giraffe and his friends want to collect them all, but they may have to work together to get the full collection! Full-color illustrations and leveled text engage young readers as they learn to read with George and all of his friends at the wildlife park.
Capture the imagination of emergent readers in these fun stories featuring a hide-and-seek panda and a wishing well. Leveled text and colorful illustrations help readers grades K-1 develop reading skills.
New readers will delight in the story of Bobby and his friend Bibble the alien, who loves bubbles! This age-appropriate story also features fun illustrations and a quiz for readers to test their comprehension.