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.
Yasmin, a young Pakistani American girl, learns to cope with problems at school and at home.
Mercy the pig and the Watsons awaken with the bed teetering on the edge of a hole in the floor.
Nine-year-old Gregory paints a picture representing the life of the old man known as Uncle Pancho.
Best friends Pinky, who adores the color pink, and Rex, who loves dinosaurs, visit the museum.
Princess Magnolia has a big secret!
Seven-year-old Ruby Lu practices magic tricks, attends Chinese school on Saturdays, and prepares for the arrival of relatives from China.
Squirrel can sometimes be a little too helpful, as readers will discover in these four funny stories.
Little is the word for James "Stink" Moody; he's the shortest kid in his second-grade class. Is he shrinking?