In Pete the Cat and the Tip-Top Tree House, Pete invites all of his friends over to spend time in his tree house. When they climb up, they realize the tree house is not big enough to fit everyone! They all work together to build the coolest tree house ever.
Pete the Cat and the Tip-Top Tree House is a My First I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for shared reading with a child.
One night, Pete the Cat was bunnysitting five little bunnies when all a sudden…
Five little bunnies hopping on the bed....!
Sing along with Pete the Cat in his fun adaptation of "Five Little Monkeys." Fans of Pete the cat will love rocking out to this classic tune with a groovy Easter twist in this picture book.
Pete the Cat and his family are ready explore all the many wonderful American landmarks on their fun family road trip! They visit many famous sights, including Niagara Falls, New Orleans, Savannah, and more.
Of course, no true road trip is complete without a flat tire! But the Cat family isn't going to let a small setback get in the way of fun...
Pete the Cat's Family Road Trip is a Level I Can Read book, complete with original illustrations from the creators of Pete the Cat, Kimberly and James Dean, and is perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.
School’s out, and Splat can’t wait to visit the waterpark, but first he needs make some money—selling lemonade!
Splat opens a lemonade stand to make enough money to buy a ticket to the Super Jump Water Park. But when Spike opens another lemonade stand right across the street, Splat is in for some friendly competition. He’s going to have to think fast to beat his rival!
Splat the Cat and the Lemonade Stand is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help. Beginning readers ready for Level Two will love this fun Splat the Cat adventure.
When Maddy becomes friends with Esme, the newest, coolest, most popular girl in her class, she can't believe her luck. She's even been invited to her sleepover! Maddy is thrilled, but what about her best friend, Rachel? And even more importantly, what about the problem that she and Greykin need to solve? They have to stop Esme doing the dares she loves so much, before something terrible happens. Will Maddy risk losing Esme's friendship to do the right thing?
When not one, not two, but ALL THREE Pocket Cats come to life, Maddy knows she's in for a big adventure. Maddy is thrilled to see Greykin, Nibs and Ollie together, but triple magic must mean there's a BIG problem to solve. And there is! Poor Maddy is faced with the most difficult decision ever: if she helps her tiny friends, she'll lose them forever... But every cloud has a silver lining, and the little Pocket Cats use their magic powers to give Maddy the most wonderful farewell present she could imagine.
Pete the Cat bites into a bad banana and decides that he never, ever wants to eat another banana again. But Pete really likes bananas! Will a rotten bite ruin Pete's love for this tasty fruit?
Pete the Cat and the Bad Banana is a My First I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for shared reading with a child.
Otter: Let's Go Swimming! is a My First I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for shared reading with a child.
Read about more of Otter’s adventures in I Am Otter, Otter in Space, Otter Goes to School, Otter Loves Halloween!, Otter Loves Easter!, Otter: Oh No, Bath Time!, Otter: The Best Job Ever!, and Otter: Hello, Sea Friends!
When Pete sees that the playground is in bad shape, he gets a totally groovy idea—make a new playground! Pete calls in construction workers and cement mixers, backhoes and dump trucks to build the coolest playground ever. In the end, Pete learns that to make something special, you have to dream big. Complete with over 30 stickers!
Splat can hardly wait to put on his uniform, tie knots, and build a fire. But when a new member of the group does everything just a bit better than everyone else, Splat wishes he could have a chance to shine. Thanks to some sticky mud, he might get to show what a great outdoors-cat he really is!
Beginning readers will practice the -ot sound in this easy-to-read addition to the Splat series. Splat the Cat and the Hotshot is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.