The students at Rainbow Village School are getting ready for the upcoming party to celebrate the transition to big kid school. Noah’s classmates are all excited but Noah is feeling a little worried — is he too little to step up to the next grade? With the help of his friends and teachers, can Noah discover he’s not too little to help out or graduate, after all?
A sweet and empowering story for little graduates everywhere!
Archie is the littlest cupid in his lovable family. He may be little, but Archie knows this is the year he’ll be able to finally help out on Valentine’s Day! But a cupid’s official duties are a little difficult to manage when you’re so little! Will Archie be able to find a way to spread love and friendship this Valentine’s, or is the littlest cupid still too little?
Penny is the littlest bunny in Easter town. She may be little, but Penny knows this is the year she’ll be able to find the perfect job to help out THE Easter Bunny on Easter morning! But even though she’s excited, Penny just isn’t able to make marshmallow treats, or weave baskets, or paint giant eggs. Will Penny be able to find a way to participate in the Easter festivities, or is the littlest Easter bunny still too little? With adorable Easter stickers!
In this companion to The Littlest Mummy, Mae the Mummy’s friend Wilma is the littlest witch in the Spooky Woods. She may be little, but Wilma knows this is the year she’ll be able to fly with her family in the big broom-flying demonstration! But even though she knows the flying routine by heart, Wilma just isn’t able to fly yet. Will Wilma be able to find a way to participate in the broom-flying fun, or is the littlest witch still too little?
Emma may be the littlest in the Valentine family, but she knows that she has what it takes to help the family business get ready for the holiday. But Emma just can’t seem to do things the right way like the bigger members of her family, no matter how hard she tries. Will Emma find a way to help her family on Valentine’s Day, or is the littlest Valentine just too little?
Dot may be the littlest reindeer in the North Pole, but she has a big desire to help Santa pull his sleigh! But Dot just can’t seem to fly the right way, no matter how hard she runs, leaps, and kicks. Will Dot learn to fly, or is the littlest reindeer just too little?
Liam is the littlest leprechaun in the Enchanted Forest and he wants to have a big, important job. He’s too little to cobble shoes, help make pots for gold, mail packages at the post office, or carry gold to his family’s pot. But when a unicorn needs help, Liam might be the perfect size to save the day!
The Littlest Leprechaun is available in the Scholastic Book Clubs now!
Mae is the littlest mummy in the Spooky Wood.
Too little to moan, groan, and look scary.
Too little to shuffle and wear wrappings.
Too little to dance at the big Halloween bash.
But she’s not too little to make a friend.
The Littlest Mummy is available in the Scholastic Book Clubs now!
Oliver may be the littlest elf in the North Pole, but he has a big desire to discover his very special job in Santa’s workshop! But after getting lost in the toy shop, making a mess at the book shop, and falling in the mixing machine at the bakery, is the littlest elf just too little? Perhaps he just needs the littlest reindeer to remind him what Christmas is all about. Comes with a sheet of adorable stickers!
Max wants to be the star in his class’s Christmas play. And he is the star . . . of Bethlehem. Upset with his small part, Max tries to help by painting scenery or singing with the chorus, but those are not his jobs. The day of the play finally arrives, and when the light shines on Max–and Max alone–he realizes just how big his part is!