Rhyming text follows an excited little girl as she counts down the days before the start of kindergarten.
Follows a group of kindergarten students through their first year of school as they learn about language, math, science, geography, community, art, music, and holidays.
On the first day of kindergarten, Polka-dot uses the fix-it kit her grandpa has prepared for her to help her make a friend.
A young boy lists all the things he will have to take with him on his first day in kindergarten.
Simple text and repetition of the letter "k" help readers learn how to use this sound.
It's graduation day, and Mrs. Appleby's class tries to answer the question "What's the best thing about kindergarten?" but Mrs. Appleby has a secret answer of her own.
When a kindergarten class learns that their teacher, Anna, is leaving, they decide to make her an apron covered with drawings to remember them by.
When Chester the raccoon is reluctant to go to kindergarten for the first time, his mother teaches him a secret way to carry her love with him.
Two African American girls named Shakeeta and Mia become friends when Shakeeta boasts that she has a pet iguana and Mia learns how to help Shakeeta "feel at home" even when she is in school.
Yoko loves kindergarten, but she doesn't want her mother to leave--until her new friend helps her realize that "mothers always come back."
John Hercules is worried about being the only boy in his kindergarten class, but after the first week he stops worrying.
A stray cat finds a happy home in a kindergarten classroom.
Henry likes everything about kindergarten except show-and-tell, but with the help of his teacher and his pet lizard he is able to overcome his fear.
A story in the style of the familiar poem, "The Night Before Christmas," tells about getting ready for the first day of kindergarten.
Molly is worried about riding the school bus on her first day of kindergarten, but a friendly older girl helps her adjust.
When their teacher gets stuck in the jungle gym, the kindergarten students decide to take over the classroom and do exactly what they want--at least for a while.