Age: Elementary

Age: Elementary

Stories that are just right for elementary age children.

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Age: Elementary
  • I Am (Not) Scared

    Two fuzzy friends take a trip to the amusement park and one thing is for sure: they are definitely not scared! After all, there are much scarier things out there than a roller coaster. Like snakes! Or hairy spiders! Or aliens with pink eyes and furry teeth! The friends soon discover that sometime...

  • What Do You Do With a Tail Like This?

    Can you guess what each animal does with their eyes, ears, nose, feet, or tail? You might be surprised! A nose for digging? Ears for seeing? Knees for hearing? Explore the many amazing things that make these critters unique, as you journey through their fascinating animal world.

    This Caldecott ...

  • Monster, Be Good!

    Monsters can be wild! Monsters can be noisy! Monsters can be grumpy and selfish and scary! It can be hard for a monster to be good. But maybe they just need a little help!

    With Monster, Be Good!, little ones are invited to lead some wily monsters into becoming more well-behaved, happy creatures....

  • Where Are You?

    Meet Iz and Norb. They're cute, they're fun, and they're best buds! These silly friends love to play and go on adventures. But, sometimes play is more than just fun and games.

  • Our Class is a Family

    Family is a special thing, and family isn’t always just your relatives. Family can be those you love and who love you, the people who would do anything for you and love you no matter what. This heartwarming story helps little ones understand the special bond between their classroom family–and tha...

  • Allegro

    Meet Allegro, a young boy who can’t stand practicing the piano. It’s hard and frustrating and he is ready to give up—until the music itself suddenly whisks him away on a magical adventure!

    Classical music comes to life like never before in this magical journey through 11 timeless compositions. ...

  • Unicorn (and Horse)

    Unicorn is a unicorn. And Horse is, well... not. Grab a pink cupcake and laugh along with this hilarious story about two very different animals - one seems magical and perfect, and the other... well... doesn't. But, outside appearances don't always tell the whole story.

    Unicorn (and Horse) is a...

  • Color Blocked

    Uh oh…the color’s blocked! Let’s see if we can help. Get ready to straighten out the pipes, unplug the corks, and get that color flowing again as we shake, turn, and move all around! But be careful—the color might get unclogged faster than expected!

    Little ones will have a blast with this intera...

  • Donuts: The Hole Story

    Clock strikes five. Shop is closed. Donuts sleep (so we suppose)…

    Get ready for a delicious and hilarious journey through a world filled with (and made of) everyone’s favorite treat: donuts! Pirate donuts, dog donuts, striped donuts, jelly filled—donuts of every shape and size make an appearanc...

  • Luis and Tabitha

    Luis is a charming alleycat. Tabitha is a sophisticated show cat. They live in two different worlds - their love thwarted by a thick glass door, and by Tabitha’s owner. After all, Luis is an outside cat, Tabitha is an inside cat, and that’s just the way it is. But, these two lovestruck kitties wi...

  • And the People Stayed Home

    And the People Stayed Home tells the story of the global Coronavirus pandemic, from a very different point of view. In a time of uncertainty and fear, this thought provoking story focuses instead on hope and beauty. This thoughtful poem about the pandemic, quarantine, and the future suggests ther...

  • Curious George Says Thank You

    George is thrilled to get a thank-you card in the mail from his friend Betsy. It makes him want to send thank-you cards to everyone he knows. Who can he thank? The mail carrier? The librarian? It will be fun! But, when George undoubtedly gets into some of his usual mischief, saying thank you migh...

  • Where Does Kitty Go in the Rain?

    It’s a rainy day outside and kitty is nowhere to be found. Join a little girl and her mother as they embark on an exciting outdoor adventure to find their missing pet. Along the way, many questions arise—what makes a duck waterproof? Where do butterflies go to stay dry? What is rain? This adorabl...

  • I See A Kookaburra!

    Animals live all over the world, in all kinds of interesting places. Travel the globe to six very different habitats, on an adventure to find camouflaged critters hiding in their native landscapes. Visit scorching deserts and steamy rainforests, muddy ponds and salty oceans, lush savannas and den...

  • But First, We Nap

    All Rabbit wants to do is play. All Sloth wants to do is sleep. This hilarious book will have kids young and old laughing along, as Rabbit continues to up his silly antics, in an attempt to wake up Sloth. Perfect for any time of the day, But First, We Nap shows the humorous side of what can be a ...

  • Let's Be Friends

    There's a great big world out there, and Rosie the fox wants to make some new friends!

  • Happy Thanksgiving Curious George

    It’s Thanksgiving day, and boy is George excited! The delightful smells, the festive decorations, the delicious food—George loves it all! And to top everything off, he gets to share it all with the people he loves most. But even on Thanksgiving the curious little monkey manages to stir up some tr...

  • Alice's Magic Garden

    Every great story has a beginning. In this wondrous prequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Alice first learns how truly magical her world can be. Alice lived at the dreariest boarding school, void of color or cheer. But after discovering a secret garden, and filling it with her love and car...

  • Willa And The Wind

    Willa was a whimsical girl, and Willa loved the wind. She loved the way the leaves fluttered on the wind, flying freely wherever the wind took them. She wanted to fly like the leaves! But, no matter how hard Willa tried, she just couldn’t seem to get off the ground; that is, until she got a helpi...

  • Leaves: An Autumn Pop-Up Book

    The summer sun has faded, and gentle breezes blow in. Leaves turn brilliant colors before falling to the ground, and critters store food and prepare their burrows. It’s Autumn in the forest and beautiful changes are everywhere.

    Cozy up with this delightful walk through Fall’s brilliance, and exp...

  • I Voted: Making a Choice Makes a Difference

    Did you know, voting is just like making a choice? Apples or Oranges? Ice Cream or Cupcake? Some choices are easy, some are hard; but when you make a choice, you can say that you 'voted' for it. Voting usually includes a lot of people though, with different opinions, all making a choice together....

  • I'll Love You For Always

    There are few things as powerful to a child as the kind and affirming words from a loved one. In I’ll Love You For Always, little ones are encouraged to carry these words with them wherever they go. Whether in sunshine or in shadow, in peaks or in valleys, in places unfamiliar or in places well-k...

  • Wangari's Trees of Peace: A True Story from Africa

    Wangari, grew up in Kenya, surrounded by beautiful trees. Years later, after returning home from college, she is shocked to see entire forests cut down. The land is barren and the people in the villages are suffering. She knows that if trees could return, then the land and people would flourish o...

  • The Nutcracker

    The beloved holiday classic The Nutcracker comes to life like never before. Drift off into a dream world filled with ballrooms and battles, magical lands and fairy ballets, as Marie and her dear sweet Nutcracker embark on a magical journey.

    Enchanting illustrations dance off the page, in a wonde...