Og the frog is a classroom pet who is living the high-life with children who feed him fat crickets and a fuzzy hamster as his next-door neighbor. But one day, there is discussion about returning Og to the swamp. Not wanting to be bullied by the bull frogs or deal with snakes, Og decides to make himself the best class pet ever.
"In the seventh Super Turbo book, visiting a student's home sounds harmless... until Super Turbo meets the Cat-Nappers! As the class pet hamster, Turbo is simply delighted to learn that he'll be going home with a new student each week. He loves his second-grade students! But his delight disappears when he arrives at the first student's home. That's because a bunch of lazy, napping cats turn out to be the dreaded Cat-Nappers!"--Amazon.com.
Third-grader Katie Carew feels torn between her two best friends, but after wishing she were someone else, she morphs into Lucille, the lunchroom lady, and experiences life from the other side of the counter, with unexpected results.
There's a thief on the loose in Tuptown, and the annual Butterfly Ball will be canceled unless someone is brought to justice. Luckily, Pigsticks has crime-fighting in his blood and a magnifying glass in his hand. Will Detective Pigsticks and his keen-eyed assistant, Harold, solve the crime in time to save the ball?
The last member of a line of explorers, unfailingly optimistic Pigsticks hires a hapless delivery hamster named Harold to be his companion for a quest that wends through jungles, deserts, and mountains in search of the Ends of the Earth.
"Tuptown is in trouble. To save it, Pigsticks and Harold must come up with a huge ransom to buy the town from greedy Sir Percival. With his piggy bank empty, Pigsticks turns to a family heirloom: the treasure map of Pigsticks's great-great-grandpig, Pirate Pigbeard. Dressed like scalawags, with a trove of swashbucklers' supplies, the daring duo sets sail. But the atmospheric (some might say "rickety") old pirate ship Pigsticks chooses can't stand...
Harold the hamster enjoys spending time in his cage where he can hide himself in wood shavings and go in his little house. Harper, his best friend, holds him and puts him in his ball. The exciting text and fun illustrations are sure to grab the attention of both emerging readers and listeners alike. This perspective into Harold's secret life promotes friendship and will inspire children to love reading while learning about how to best care for their...