Great Books for Writing

    • Every Color Soup
      Jorey Hurley

      Purple, yellow, orange, and red. Just the right mix of colored vegetables make a delicious soup in this tasty introduction to colors, counting, and veggies. This bright picture book teaches sight words, color and produce identification.

    • Chugga Chugga Choo Choo
      Emma Garcia

      Chugga chugga choo choo. Here comes the train. And it's rolling down the tracks in this vibrant picture book! Follow it along and count the birds that join the trip. Counting can help kids learn to visualize and write numbers

    • I Am a Story
      Dan Yaccarino

      From cave drawings to the invention of the printing press to our digital age, discover how a story has been told in many different ways from the past to today. It's always been around, making us happy, sad, excited, or scared and bringing people together.

    • The Day the Crayons Quit
      Drew Daywalt

      Poor Duncan just wants to color. But when he opens his box of crayons, he finds only letters, all saying the same thing: His crayons have had enough! They quit!

    • Grumpy Feet
      Lisa Stubbs

      The imaginary friend of a very grumpy little girl is determined to cheer her up in this lovely story that celebrates imagination, friendship, and sharing.

    • Little Plane Learns to Write
      Stephen Savage

      Little Plane loves everything about flight school but he especially loves learning to sky-write! He adores practicing ARCS! He excels at practicing DIVES! Unfortunately, he loathes practicing LOOPITY-LOOPS.

    • Maybe Something Beautiful
      F. Isabel Campoy

      What good can a splash of color do in a community of gray? As Mira and her neighbors discover, more than you might ever imagine!

    • Rhyme Crime
      Jon Burgerman

      In this buoyant rhyming romp, words have gone mysteriously missing. Practice phonics with rhymes in this hilarious, interactive story.

    • A Squiggly Story
      Andrew Larsen

      A young boy wants to write a story, just like his big sister. But there's a problem, he tells her. Though he knows his letters, he doesn't know many words.

    • Stack the Cats
      Susie Ghahremani

      One cat sleeps. Two cats play. Three cats stack! Cats of all shapes and sizes scamper, stretch and yawn across the pages of this adorable counting book.

    • The Things I Can Do
      Jeff Mack

      Want to see what Jeff drew? It's a book about him and all the things he can do! He can make his own lunch! He can get his own drink. He can take his own bath--pretty cool, don't you think?