Transitional readers fill the gap for young readers who have mastered the highest level of Juvenile Easy Readers (JER), but find the majority of children's fiction too difficult to read.
When the first mate becomes ill, it is up to Abigail to steer the ship up the Hudson River.
A little boy is scared of going over Hemlock Mountain. Can he do it by himself?
Liz wakes up one night to find a blue ghost in her room.
When Cam Jansen and her friend Eric uncover a mystery while selling fudge door-to-door to raise money for the local library, Cam uses her photographic memory to foil a crime.
If you liked Junie B. Jones and Ramona Quimby, get to know eight-year-old Clementine.
While visiting Wallis' castle, Dink and his friends investigate strange noises that lead them to a dangerous secret.
Starting second grade is a little scary, but Amber Brown is ready!
What do earwigs have to do with the three bears? Only Horrible Harry knows!
A dog and cat share ginger tea, no-bean chili, and firefly watching in this book about being friends.
When seven-year-old Bean plays a mean trick on her sister, she finds unexpected support for her antics from Ivy, the new neighbor, who is less boring than Bean first suspected.
It's bad news for Jake when Link Baxter moves nearby.
When Gloria gets a new bike, Julian spends the summer avoiding her because of his fear of bikes.
A terrible winter storm keeps Abbie's father away, and Abbie herself must tend the lighthouse lamps in this true story.
Edna is the little sister. Hester is the big sister. Put them together and you have one crazy sister act.
Charlie has just moved to Magnolia Street. She befriends Billy, with whom she hunts maniac monkeys and digs for treasure.
Wearing old clothes, Marvin and his class manage to impress their surprise visitor — the United States President.
Minnie tries to find Mary Moon, a valuable racing pigeon that has disappeared just before a big race.
After Mercy the pig snuggles to sleep with the Watsons, all three awaken with the bed teetering on the edge of a big hole in the floor.
Nine-year-old Gregory paints a picture representing the life of the old man known as Uncle Pancho.