White's heartwarming classic about the friendship between a little girl, a selfless spider and "the world's greatest pig."
First in a classic series about a kind-hearted boy and his lovable friends in late '50s middle America.
Gooney Bird dazzles (and inspires) her classmates with "absolutely true" stories, while they learn what makes a story good or bad.
A teacher from England connects with the hearts and minds of students in a one-room Athabascan school in Alaska in 1948.
Award-winning author illustrator recounts the hilarious adventures of a small town boy in middle America during the early '50s.
Colorful introduction to the more significant gods, goddesses, and legendary figures of ancient Greece: Pandora, Heracles (Hercules), Midas, Icarus, and many others.
A classic, absolutely impossible tall tale. It will win your child's heart — and maybe yours, too!
A young farm boy and his sheep grow up together. Touching, beautifully crafted, thought-provoking.
The insightful story of how an over-protected girl becomes a self-confident young woman.
Seven ancient Roman boys become entangled in a fast-paced and humorous, though apparently deadly-serious mystery.
The only boy in a Chinese family, Little Pear has greater latitude for mischief than others.
Welcome to the hilarious adventures of Wol and Weeps, two of the most lovable pets you'll ever meet. The great horned owls shake up a whole Saskatchewan neighborhood, outsmart Mutt the dog, and turn a house topsy-turvy.
Anna learned how to be a good friend last year. This year, she wants to learn how to be a good sister to a baby girl her family adopted from China. When the doctor warns that the baby isn't thriving, Anna and her best friends, Laura and Camille, create a science project to help save the little one. Will Anna’s devotion to her new sister be enough to save her?
When Babe is taken in by Farmer Hogget's sheepdog, Fly, it's only natural he would want to follow in his foster mum's paw-steps. Even with considerable handicaps as a sheepdog (namely, he's a pig) he manages to overcome all with his earnestly polite and soft-spoken ways, proving once again that might doesn't always make right. After saving the sheep from rustlers and wild dogs, Babe convinces Hogget that his idea of becoming a sheep-pig might not be so silly after all. No one could have predicted what follows.