Transitional readers fill the gap for young readers who have mastered the highest level of Juvenile Easy Readers (JERs) but find the majority of children's fiction too difficult to read.
Alvin Ho, the boy who is afraid of almost everything, is not looking forward to camping with his dad.
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.
Cam saw who robbed the jewelry store, but the police arrest the wrong person. Can she catch the real criminal?
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.
Before Jack and Annie can find out where the mysterious tree house came from, they are transported to the past.
Freddie Ramos, kid superhero, is armed with his magic shoes, wristband, and goggles. All he needs now is a job!
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!
Humphrey, the hamster who lives in Mrs. Brisbane's class, heads home for the weekend with Heidi for a camp-out sleepover.
When Bean plays a trick on her sister, she finds unexpected support for her antics from Ivy, the new neighbor.
It's bad news for Jake when Link Baxter moves nearby.
Juana, a spunky young girl from Colombia, loves playing with her canine best friend, Lucas, and resists boring school activities.
Meet Junie B., an almost-six-year-old who is not happy about riding the bus on the first day of kindergarten.
A terrible winter storm keeps Abbie's father away, and Abbie herself must tend the lighthouse lamps in this true story.
When soccer-loving Lola accidentally hurts a classmate at recess, she's banned from playing competitive sports and nicknamed "Mean Lola Levine."
Every day is an adventure with Sofia Martinez! However, her good intentions never quite turn out as planned.