Bernard Setaro Clark
It's the farmer's birthday.
Minnie is giving him her last cream puff.
Moo has knitted him a special sweater—very special. So special that one sleeve is longer than the other, and the sweater can sneeze.
Even Elvis the Rooster is—
Wait a minute.
Where is Elvis?
Minnie's jelly donut is gone!
Moo is sure this is the work of a thief. It's up to detective Moo and her faithful companion, Minnie, to stop the crime wave before the donut-napper strikes again! What thief stands a chance with these cunning cows on the case?
Denys Cazet's beloved Minnie and Moo are back and ready for action in their newest outrageous adventure!
Mitch and Amy both think being twins is fun, but that doesn't stop them from squabbling. Amy is good at reading. Mitch is a math whiz. Amy likes to play pretend. Mitch would rather skateboard. They never want to watch the same television show. And they always try to get the better of each other.
Then the school bully starts picking on Mitch-and on Amy, too. Now the twins have something rotten in common: Alan Hibbler. ...
At first, Maggie is just being contrary when she tells her parents she doesn't need to learn cursive. Then her teacher, Mrs. Leeper, says Maggie's cursive is so untidy that when she writes her name it looks like "Muggie," which makes her whole class erupt in laughter. Now Maggie really wants nothing to do with those wiggly, squiggly, roller-coaster letters!
But when Mrs. Leeper appoints Maggie class mail messenger, the notes Maggie must carry are all ...
Pink, pink, pink. More than anything, Pinkalicious loves pink, especially pink cupcakes. Her parents warn her not to eat too many of them, but when Pinkalicious does . . . she turns pink! What to do?
This sparkling picture book, filled with such favorites as pink bubble gum, pink peonies, pink cotton candy, and pink fairy princess dresses, celebrates all things pink while showing that being yourself is best of all.
One hot summer day, Pinkalicious gets an idea that is simply pinkerrific—a pink lemonade stand! But before Pinkalicious can start selling her lemonade, she has to figure out how to make it. Pink grapefruit, pink watermelon, and pink frosting—if it's pink, it's the perfect ingredient!
Pink, pink, pink. More than anything, Pinkaclious loves pink. Enjoy this audio collection filled with stories about your favorite pink-loving character, Pinkalicious.PinkaliciousPurpliciousGoldilicious Silverlicious
Princess of Pink Treasury:
Pinkalicious: School RulesPinkalicious and the Pink DrinkPinkalicious: Pink Around the RinkPinkalicious: Tickled PinkPinkalicious: Pinkie Promise
After Pinkalicious colors her white ice skates with a cotton candy pink marker, she feels ready to spin, glide, and soar with the best of them. But as the color starts to run off of her skates, she is embarrassed. When Pinkalicious thought she was going to leave her mark on the skating rink, she didn't mean it so literally. . . .
This I Can Read story will have young readers laughing out loud—until they ...
Pinkalicious thinks school is okay, but she misses her imaginary unicorn, Goldie. When she brings her golden classmate to class one day, her teacher is concerned: Unicorns aren't allowed in school! It's up to Pinkalicious to make sure Goldie behaves herself. In this I Can Read companion to the New York Times bestsellers Pinkalicious, Purplicious, and Goldilicious, a pink-crazed girl learns that with her companion by her side, school rules!
When Tiffany challenges Pinkalicious to a laugh-off, the pressure is on to create the most pinkerrifically funny joke of all time.
Even if Pinkalicious doesn't win the contest, she's going to have a lot of fun trying!