In the Easy Reader Collection (Shelved alphabetically by the author’s last name)
Baker, Keith. Sometimes.
An alligator feels different things from time to time, but they are all okay.
Bass, Hester Thompson. So Many Houses.
Bonsall, Crosby. Mine’s the Best.
Two little boys meet at the beach, each sure that his balloon is better.
Brimner, Larry Dane. Brave Mary.
Everyone says Mary is brave, as she performs a number of tasks that require courage.
Brimner, Larry Dane. Dinosaurs Dance.
Though other animals may twirl and prance, there is nothing like a dinosaur dance.
Brown, Margaret Wise. I Like Bugs.
In brief rhyming text, lists all the types of insects the narrator likes.
Brown, Margaret Wise. I Like Stars.
A simple poem describing all kinds of stars that appear in the night sky.
Buck, Nola. Oh, Cats!
A child plays with three new cat friends.
Buck, Nola. Sid and Sam.
Sid sings a long song that drives Sam crazy.
Capucilli, Alyssa. Biscuit.
A little yellow dog always wants one more thing before he'll go to bed. Many other Biscuit titles are available.
Cohen, Caron Lee. How Many Fish?
A school of fish and a group of children frolic in the bay.
Coxe, Molly. Hot Dog.
A dog tries to find a way to cool off on a hot summer day on a farm.
Godwin, Laura. Honey Helps.
Honey the cat is determined to help Happy the dog bury his bone, even though he does not want any help.
Hamsa, Bobbie. Dirty Larry.
Dirty Larry is never clean except when he is in the shower.
Haskins, Lori. Ducks in Muck.
Ducks escape from trucks that are stuck in the muck.
Karlin, Nurit. I See, You Saw.
Two cats take a stroll and find a seesaw, among other things.
Simple text tells how Dan helps Pam find her lost hat. What I See. Illustrations and simple rhyming text describe what a child sees around the house and garden.