Cookie the dog is the best reader in the Baxter family--he's even learning to write! When Pet's Day arrives at Nash and Duffy's school, they bring in Cookie to show the other students. The other kids are amazed by the dog's reading.
Stella could do anything she put her mind to ... almost. But when girls in her class tease her and tell her she's not good at doing the things she likes, Stella puts away her paper and dance shoes until Grandpa convinces Stella to stop listening to others and listen to her heart. Includes glossary, as well as questions to self-check comprehension.
"In this illustrated book written by bestselling authors Bill O'Reilly and James Patterson, a collection of artists each contribute a piece of art demonstrating why the word 'please' makes all the difference in the world"--
In 1907 Columbus, Ohio, fourteen-year-old Cromwell Dixon, aided by his mother, begins building the flying bicycle he has invented to enter in the St. Louis Air Ship Carnival. Includes facts about Dixon's life as an aviation pioneer.