Making Your Own Days
The Pleasure of Reading and Writing Poetry
Selections from the work of sixty-five poets, from Homer and Ovid to Frank O'Hara and John Ashberry, accompany a discussion of poetry, including meter, line division, rhyme, and poetic forms
Here Comes the Strikeout
Bobby changes from an "easy out" to a game-winning hitter with the help of a friend and a lot of hard work
Snowmen at Night
School & Library
After nighttime falls and everyone is asleep in their beds, a group of fun-loving snowmen jump into action and have their own bit of fun while no one is around to see.
A young boy's discovery of a shoe on his bedroom wall marks the beginning of Wacky Wednesday
Biscuit Wants to Play
When Biscuit meets two little kittens, he wants to be friends, but the kittens are having too much fun with their own games, until they get stuck in a tree and learn what a good friend Biscuit really is. Reprint.
And Big Cat Stories
Explains the sad fate of tigers, which are considered to be in serious danger of extinction.
When the trees are cut down in his forest, Grizzwold, an unusually large bear, decides to find a new place to live
A Bed for the Winter
A dormouse encounters many different animals as she searches for a place to spend the winter.
There Is a Carrot in My Ear
And Other Noodle Tales
A collection of six stories about a family of silly people, based on noodle folklore from America, Europe, and Asia Minor
Amusing drawings and text provide beginner readers with a collection of tales about the adventures of mice