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Patricia Lakin has written four Max and Mo books. Max and Mo are pet hamsters who live in the art room at an elementary school.
They are best friends that like to escape from their cage and go on adventures together. Check out the books at Patricia Lakin or Brian Floca. For fans of nonfiction, Marion Dane Bauer has written three different informational series. Her books end with a page of additional interesting facts. You can visit the website of this prolific author here.
Level 1, Beginning Reading. Her stories are lively and engaging, and the illustrations are bright and colorful.
Drip, Drop Pip Squeak is a busy mouse that works all night to try and catch the drips from his leaky roof. Just when he is ready to give up, the rain stops and his friends come by to jump in the puddles. Pip Squeak feels mad and sad, so Max helps to clean up the big mess. When Macaroni loses a hat to a gust of wind, Cheese helps to get it back. Splish, Splash! A visit from his friends brings trouble as they all try to crowd into the bathtub.
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My First Shared Reading. Chicken wants to help Earl and Pearl plant pumpkins, but Chicken just gets in the way. When the pumpkins are threatened by grasshoppers, Chicken saves the day.
Short sentences and repetition support young readers. The illustrations are just delightful.
Pip & Squeak
Sick of spending your money on toys your kids play with for 5 minutes and then abandon to clutter up your house? Check out the toy list you won't find anywhere else - full of high-quality, engaging toys worth spending your money on! Now check your email to get your "stick-it-on-the-fridge" reference list of meal ideas for your 1-year-old. A friend is stopping by for tea. A visit from his friend Max turns Pip Squeak into a cleaning whirlwind.
It's fun time
He scrubs and brushes and vacuums and flushes until his house is perfectly neat. But wouldn't you know it, after all that hard work, Max doesn't even wipe his feet before he comes inside! And that's only the beginning. Before long, Pip Squeak's house is a complete disaster. Sarah Weeks's animated story and Jane Manning's delightful illustrations will enchant beginning readers as they follow Pip Squeak, the star of Drip, Drop , in his second comic adventure.
Sarah Weeks has written more than fifty books for young readers.