David Martin

PIGGY AND DAD PLAY

(illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz)
(Candlewick Press)

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With four more Piggy and Dad stories, Play Ball, Lemonade For Sale, Water Balloons and Sledding, father and son are at it again. Guess who kicks the ball through the window, drinks all the lemonade, has the last laugh in the water fight, and ends up buried in snow. But however things turn out, these two have a good time as usual, as will your brand new reader when he or she proudly reads them to you.

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Get some blankets and pillows, make a bear den and snuggle in with Momma and her two cubs. But don’t forget to run around first and eat a lot so you’re ready for a long winter’s sleep.
Lucky, lucky, lucky, these two are together again, first creating a bit of havoc inside and then out in the elements. And don’t they make the most of that?
When these two friends meet in the park, they play as only little ones can. If a child’s job is to play, these two are pros. Lucky, lucky, Peep and Ducky.
When Grandpa Crow throws a party in a tree with games, food, music and dancing, all the forest critters come. And you’re invited too!
We’ve got hands for clapping, feet for kicking, and lots more too. But best of all we’ve got bellybuttons for tickle-tickle-tickling.
Piggy is going fishing with Dad for the very first time, and he couldn’t be more excited. But, when he comes face to face with the bait – an irresistibly cute worm – tender-hearted Piggy starts thinking about the sport in a whole new way.
Five little stories, one for each little piggy at the end of your foot.
These two frogs hop, swim, play tag, and answer the question, “Can frogs fly?” And all in the Brand New Reader format that’s just right for beginning readers,
Picture books
Little Bunny is tired of being the smallest. But thanks to some Christmas magic and an enchanted tree, he gets teenier still-- and has a BIG adventure.
Sweet illustrations and simple language bring the holidays to life for the youngest of children.
Sweet illustrations and simple language bring the holidays to life for the youngest of children.
Grandma Cat bakes an apple pie. There’s plenty for everyone and even a piece left over. And what happens to that piece? There lies the - sweet from beginning to end - story.
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Four stories that are full of good natured monkey trouble like popping balloons and pretending to eat worms. These are fun to laugh at and written and illustrated so they’re easy for the youngest readers to read.
Piggy and his dad are back again with four more funny Brand New Reader stories. As always they are just right for children who like jokes and are ready to start reading on their own
Easy-to-read
Monkey, David's first Brand New Reader character stars in four funny stories for children just ready to read on their own.
Four short, funny stories with words and pictures that help children reading for the very first time succeed and have fun.
Four Brand New Reader stories featuring Sister, Brother and Baby Bear swimming, dancing and playing.
Baby Bear’s antics lead to unexpected results as he returns with Brother Bear and Sister Bear in four simple, funny stories