The Berenstain Bears Do Not Fear, God is Near

In The Berenstain Bears Do Not Fear, God Is Near, the newest Berenstain Bears® Living Lights™ Level One I Can Read, follow Sister as she learns that there really is not anything to fear when you remember God is at your side.

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Amelia Bedelia Hits the Trail (I Can Read!)

Amelia Bedelia and her classmates hit the trail (literally) in this Level 1 I Can Read title starring the young Amelia Bedelia. Amelia Bedelia loves nature and she loves hiking-especially when there is so much to see and discover and record in her journal. Another funny story about friendship and the irrepressible Amelia Bedelia. Just right for beginning readers!

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Mad Maddie Maxwell by Staci K.B. Maslyn

Maddie’s jump rope is missing. When she doesn’t find it in all the usual places, she gets angry. She blames each member of her family in turn. Through familiar rhyme and repetition, simple text, and delightful illustrations, this level-one I Can Read Book provides support for the earliest readers.

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The Berenstain Bears: Faith Gets Us Through

In this newest Berenstain Bear Living Lights I Can Read, Scoutmaster Papa Bear says he knows absolutely everything there is to know about caves. So why doesn’t he know the way out? Level One early readers follow the Bear Scouts as they explore Spooky Cave trying to earn their Cave Adventure Merit Badges and are reminded along the way that God is always by our side.

Based on the previously published The Berenstain Bears Lost in a Cave.

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The Berenstain Bears: God Made the Seasons

All-new Berenstain Bear books in the popular I Can Read format.

In this new Berenstain Bear Living Lights I Can Read, Level One emergent readers learn that winter, spring, summer, fall-every season-is a gift from God in Bear Country. Young readers join Brother and Sister Bear for a year of sledding and skating, biking and swimming, and even heading back to school. It is a year for good times and celebrating God’s gift of the seasons all written in easy-to-read rhyme.

Based on the previously published The Berenstain Bears All Year ‘Round.

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Dixie Wins the Race (I Can Read!)

It’s the day of Emma’s big relay race, and Dixie’s come to watch. Emma tells Dixie that her job is to “sit, stay, and cheer.” Dixie is disappointed that she can’t race, too, but she’s determined to be good. But when Emma trips and falls before the finish line, will Dixie obey her best friend and stay where she is or rush in to help? Find out in this lovable I Can Read book, the fifth book starring Dixie!

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Fancy Nancy: Poison Ivy Expert Book and CD

Listen along while reading in this unabridged book-and-CD edition of the favorite Fancy Nancy I Can Read.

When Nancy picks flowers for Ms. Glass’s surprise party, she is overjoyed-until she discovers an unpleasant surprise of her own! How could Nancy, practically a poison ivy expert, come down with something so unfancy?

In this hilarious new addition to the Fancy Nancy I Can Read series, Nancy realizes that even experts can always learn something new. With her boundless spirit and dynamic flair, Nancy is sure to leave young readers itching for more!

This book-and-CD set includes an unabridged audio recording of the book, so early readers can follow the text while they listen to the story.

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Monkey Play by Alyssa Satin Capucilli (Step into Reading)

Monkey Plays is an energetic companion to Bear Hugs and Panda Kisses.

One by one, monkeys add to the jungle fun—swinging from palm trees, hiding in an Indian market, and playing from sundown to sun-up!

This playful Step 1 features a rhyming text with a bouncy rhythm and bright illustrations.

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Elijah and King Ahab (I Can Read!)

In Elijah and King Ahab, readers meet Elijah the prophet as he tries to teach King Ahab about God. When Elijah issues a challenge to Ahab and his people to prove that God, not Baal, is the true God, Ahab accepts the challenge. What happens as the two try to prove who is right?

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