Staff Picks Grades K-2
Katie and her family make shamrocks for each of her classmates to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, but then Mrs. Connor shows a shamrock that looks very different.
Spring has arrived at Sugar Hill Farm. Big sister Audrey is busy helping Dad as he makes maple syrup. Younger sister Kate also wants to contribute but it seems that she is just too little. Will she find a way to do her part?
Celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss by trying to say these wacky tongue twisters!
Everything about spring is described as this book goes through the alphabet. The first letters of each line of the poems spells out a word about spring!
March is Fire Prevention Month. Find out how you and your family can make a fire prevention plan to keep everyone safe.
Agapanthus struggles to do handstands and other acrobatic tricks while wearing her eyeglasses, which have a tendency to fall off as she cavorts about.
When the weather turned cold and snowy, the alley cat Moe McTooth was glad to become an apartment cat, until the return of spring made him long for the outdoors.
Second-grader Lola has a wonderful family, a great teacher, and the best friend ever, Josh. They all help her feel better after she is teased and forbidden to play team sports at recess for having accidentally hurt classmate Juan during a soccer game.
When snack foods take over the food pyramid and make it collapse, members of the various food groups have to work together using the Great Food Guide to rebuild it.
In this story told in brief rhyming text, students in a class follow the proper procedures during a fire drill.