"A Bargain for Frances", by Russell Hoban, pictures by Lillian Hoban - When Frances goes to play at Thelma's, her mother tells her to be careful, because Thelma usually outsmarts Frances. Frances decides to teach her a lesson about friendship, and how being careful is no fun. An I Can Read! book from 1970, starring the irrepressible badger Frances. See also "Bread and Jam for Frances".

"A Bargain for Frances", by Russell Hoban, pictures by Lillian Hoban - When Frances goes to play at Thelma's, her mother tells her to be careful, because Thelma usually outsmarts Frances. Frances decides to teach her a lesson about friendship, and how being careful is no fun. An I Can Read! book from 1970, starring the irrepressible badger Frances. See also "Bread and Jam for Frances".

"Father Bear Comes Home", by Else Holmelund Minarik, pictures by Maurice Sendak - More warm times with Little Bear, as he, his mother, and his animal friends await and then celebrate the return home of Father Bear. You'll want to be there. First published 1959. See also: "Little Bear".

Father Bear comes home. [Else Holmelund Minarik; Maurice Sendak] -- Describes the adventures of Little Bear in which he goes fishing, has the hiccups, looks for a mermaid, and welcomes Father Bear home from the sea.

"Morris Goes to School", by B. Wiseman - when Morris the well-meaning moose discovers he can neither read or count, it's time to go to school. A fun Level 1 I Can Read! book. First published in 1970.

"Morris Goes to School", by B. Wiseman - when Morris the well-meaning moose discovers he can neither read or count, it's time to go to school. A fun Level 1 I Can Read! First published in

"In a Dark, Dark Room and Other Scary Stories", retold by Alvin Schwartz, pictures by Dirk Zimmer - Terrifying traditional tales, once told, they'll be the stuff of urban legends and campfire spooking for life. Scaring both toughened and emerging readers since 1984.

In a Dark, Dark Room and Other Scary Stories, By Alvin Schwartz , Illustrated by Dirk Zimmer

"Mouse Soup", by Arnold Lobel - The classic 1977 early reader feature a series of whimsical tales a mouse tells to save its tail from a wicked weasel.

Weasel is ready for his dinner, and poor Mouse is it. Can Mouse stop Weasel from serving up mouse soup for supper? The clever mouse tells the weasel four.

"Sports Carnival" (Ella and Olivia series), by Yvette Poshoglian, illustrated by Danielle McDonald - one in a lovely series of illustrated easy to read chapter books about two sisters in real-life situations. Great reading mileage builders.

"Sports Carnival" (Ella and Olivia series), by Yvette Poshoglian, illustrated by Danielle McDonald - one in a lovely series of illustrated easy to read chapter books about two sisters in real-life situations.

"The Midnight Feast", (Billie B Brown series) by Sally Rippin, illustrated by Aki Fukukoka - easy chapter books with a feisty real world lead character. PS: She's Hey Jack!'s best friend, and he's in this book too.

Billie B Brown, The Midnight Feast - easy chapter book series with strong female lead character.

"Bread and Jam for Frances", by Russell Hoban, illustrated by Lillian Hoban - classic story abridged in the revolutionary I Can Read! format. With beautiful full-color art, this edition introduces a new generation of beginning readers to the lovable, irrepressible badger, Frances. See also "A Bargain for Frances".

Bread and Jam for Frances by Russell Hoban. I LOVED the Frances books!great books to read to your children

"Waiting is Not Easy!", by Mo Willems - hard to pick one in this great series, or even just one that has won the Theodor Seuss Giesel Award, but this one is fantastic! Fun to team read in character with a friend too.

Waiting is Not Easy! by Mo Willems - Piggie tells Gerald she has a surprise for him, but it is not there yet so Gerald must be patient.

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