A Mud Pie for Mother by Scott Beck Requirements: .CBR Reader, 15.32 MB Overview: It’s Mother Pig’s birthday, and her son has sneaked out of the pen to find a gift before she wakes up. Little Pig spies a great one-a pretty flower-but just as he is about to pluck it, a bee buzzes up and begs him not to. Little Pig cheerfully leaves the flower and searches for another gift, but each one he sees-fresh hay, shiny seeds, and even a lump of dirt-belongs to someone else in the farmyard. Little Pig’s basket is empty, but his generous heart will lead him to the perfect present. Using few words and crayon-bright colors, Scott Beck has crafted another sweet, spare picture book for preschoolers. Genre: Children | Comic
Dragon’s Merry Christmas (The Dragon Tales) by Dav Pilkey Requirements: .CBR Reader, 20.02 MB Overview: Award-winning author/illustrator of the Captain Underpants series, Dav Pilkey’s gentle blue Dragon (from the hit TV series) will charm beginning readers with his delightful Christmas adventures! Dragon tries to make Christmas special each year. He picks the perfect tree and buys the perfect presents. But Dragon just can’t bring himself to cut down a tree, and as he walks home from his shopping trip, he gives away his gifts to needier creatures. Dragon’s sweet antics paired with Dav Pilkey’s bright illustrations will warm readers’ hearts as they laugh out loud. Dragon’s Merry Christmas is truly a Christmas story to be read each year. Genre: Children | Comic
Danny and the Dinosaur (Danny and the Dinosaur #1) by Syd Hoff Requirements: .CBR Reader, 26.49 MB Overview: Danny loves dinosaurs. When he sees one at the museum and says, "It would be nice to play with a dinosaur," a voice answers, "And I think it would be nice to play with you." So begins Danny’s and the dinosaur’s wonderful adventure together! Genre: Children | Comic
Curious George (Curious George Original Adventures) by H.A. Rey Requirements: .CBR Reader, 26.29 MB Overview:The first adventure in this highly popular series tells how the little monkey Curious George, caught in the jungle and brought back to the city by a man in a yellow hat, can’t help being interested in all the new things around him. Though well meaning, George’s curiosity always gets him into trouble. Young readers can easily relate, and Rey’s cheerful illustrations celebrate Curious George’s innocence. Genre: Children | Comic
Atomic Ace: He’s Just My Dad by Jeff Weigel Requirements: .CBR Reader, 13.41 MB Overview: So what’s it like living with Atomic Ace, a dad who battles robots and can fly? Ace is always there to fix Saturday lunch and play ball with his son. Weigel’s comic-book style adventure will entertain as well as touch the heart. Genre: Children | Comic
A Kiss For Little Bear by Else Holmelund Minarik Requirements: .CBR Reader, 29.94 MB Overview: Little Bear sends Grandmother a picture, and she likes it so much she asks Hen to take him a thank-you kiss. But Hen passes the kiss to Frog, who passes it to Cat, and on and on—will Little Bear ever get his kiss? Genre: Children | Comic
2 Clifford Comics by Norman Bridwell Requirements: .CBR Reader, 26.09 MB Overview: Once there was a puppy called Clifford. He grew and grew until he was really big. He grew so big that he could not fit in his home any longer. He is owned by a little girl who loves him more than anything in the world. Genre: Children | Comic
Clifford’s Spring Clean-Up – In this all-new adventure, he’s hard at work getting the house clean. When Emily Elizabeth airs out some throw rugs, he grabs the living room carpet and gives it a good shake–in fact, he shakes it to pieces! What Clifford does best is help clear out the weeds for the vacant lot on Earth Day.
Clifford’s Pals – Clifford and his pals just can’t stay out of trouble! The silly dogs decide to pass the time by playing around a construction site. Bad idea! They cause all kinds of mischief and finally realize they should play somewhere safer and more fun.
4 Berenstain Bears Comics by Stan & Jan Berenstain Requirements: .CBR Reader, 44MB Overview: The Berenstain Bears is a series of children’s books created by Stan and Jan Berenstain and continued by their son, Mike Berenstain, who assumed partial authorship in 2002, and full authorship in 2012 following Jan’s death. The books feature a family of anthropomorphic grizzly bears who generally learn a moral or safety-related lesson in the course of each story. Genre: Children | Comic
The Berenstain Bears – Easter magic – Enjoy the coming of springtime and the Easter season with The Berenstain Bears.
The Berenstain Bears And The Attic Treasure – When Mama reads an article about converting an attic into a family room in Tree Housekeeping magazine, the family decides to have a yard sale to clear out their attic. However, each item in the attic is important to them, from Mama’s old trumpet, to the cracked honey pot that was a wedding gift, to Papa’s baseball card collection. It turns out that the attic was already a great family room–it just needed a little cleaning.
The Berenstain Bears and the Substitute Teacher – When Teacher Bob plans to leave for a few days he leaves detailed notes for the substitute and lets the class know of his pending absence. Too Tall and his gang pressure Brother into setting some pranks for the substitute.
The Berenstain Bears and the Wild, Wild Honey – When Papa Bear goes honey-hunting, trouble is sure to follow There are chores to be done around the house, but all Papa Bear can think about is honey. There is no finer honey than the kind made by the bees that live in the gnarled old tree in the depths of the dark forest. Papa would be the happiest bear in the land if he could get his paws on some of that honey, but there’s one big problem—the bees won’t share! Papa Bear has tried everything—asking, sneaking, hiding—and all he’s gotten for his trouble is a pawful of bee-stingers. But today he’s come up with a foolproof plan to get the wild, wild honey, and he’s determined to carry it out. Papa Bear is either going to have honey for dinner—or stingers for dessert!
3 Arthur Novels by Marc Brown Requirements: .CBR Reader, 52.70 MB Overview: Marc Tolon Brown is perhaps best known for his Arthur series of children’s books. He lives on Martha’s Vineyard and in New York City with his wife, Laurie Krasny Brown. He has three children, sons Tolon and Tucker, and daughter Eliza. The names of his two sons have been hidden in all of the Arthur books except for one: Arthur’s Tooth. Genre: Children | Comic
Arthur Writes a Story – The class homework assignment is to write a story, and everyone seems to be writing about something interesting…except Arthur. Will he find something he cares to write about or will his story be a big mess?
Arthur’s April Fool – Arthur has his hands full when he has to deal with the school bully, Binky Barnes during the April fool’s Day assembly. “Arthur’s April fool” is a clever story about how to handle with bullies in a nonviolent way.
Arthur’s Tooth – Arthur’s whole class has started losing their teeth-but not Arthur. His loose tooth wiggles but won’t come out. Everyone seems to think they have the best solution. But none of their ideas work! Will he be stuck with his tooth forever?
Everyone Poops by Taro Gomi Requirements: .CBR/PDF Reader, 8MB Overview: With a straightforward text and illustrations showing beasts and bugs doing it, younger children are shown a natural part of life. Elephants and mice, fish and raccoons, grown-ups and children, all in their own style do it. The candor is refreshing and the illustrations charming and childlike. Genre: Childrens > Picture Books