If you love farts, boogers, burps, and pimples, then you do not want to miss the Monster Fart Wars and the battle to control Gas Mountain. Mayor Donald Fart gets invaded by the Boogers in part one, and his team of Farts is fighting off the Boogers by calling in the extra farty - Monster Farts! A non-stop and can't stop laughing middle-school book that will make feel just - gross! If you love grossness, don't miss this one.
"The Monster Farts walking through Fart Ville aweso"
Meet Ashton. He's four years old. He always wins at his school. He likes to be the fastest and smartest. He loves to win no matter what! But not this time; when he tries to win at home, he hurts his baby sister's feelings and makes her cry. Ashton learns a valuable lesson of teamwork and what it means to win as a team. He learns that without the entire team winning, he cannot win alone.
"First Graders Heaven"
Johnny has a terrible nightmare. He's soaking wet. It's only a dream, he thinks. As Johnny gets ready to go to school, there's a very weird thing going on. There's no one on the school bus or at school. The only people that are there are Monster Zombies, and they are out to take over the town - and Johnny!
"Starts off scary !"
Princess Katie meets Kitty, who shows her the true meaning of friendship, companionship, and love.
Meet Bradley. He's four years old and is a good boy. But he does a very bad thing. He puts his finger in his nose and then in his mouth. He continues this and realizes he cannot stop. To overcome this bad habit, he falls down a mysterious cave one day and meets Germy, who teaches him about good and bad germs, breaking habits, and all the bad things that can happen if he continues.
This story is about a little girl named Susie Sue who teaches Blue Tickle Monster how to laugh before bedtime. A great story for parents, children, teachers, and counselors with an entertaining way to teach kids about facing fears, creating friendships, and laughing. Ages four and up.
A cute story that teaches the lessons of sharing, caring, and impulse control. Meet Kyle. He loves toys. Every time he sees a toy he really likes, he wants to take it! His eyes begin to stare, and then he starts to glare. Kyle learns a valuable lesson about not taking toys that are not his and instead, sharing with others.
Meet Mansi. She's six years old. She lives in a wooden house in a forest far away. Her deepest fear is to fall asleep in the night, because she thinks a mean monster is waiting to take her away. Mansi's mummy, daddy, and brother do everything they can to protect her, but the only real way she overcomes her fear is to fall asleep and meet the big, fluffy, blue monster, Magoo, in person.
Conozcan a Ashton. Tiene cuatro años. Siempre gana en su escuela. A él le gusta ser el más rápido y el más listo. ¡Ama GANAR de una forma u otra! Pero no esta vez; cuando trata de ganar en casa, hiere los sentimientos de su hermana menor y la hace llorar. Ashton aprende una valiosa lección de TRABAJO EN EQUIPO y lo que significa GANAR en equipo. También aprende que si no gana todo el equipo, él no puede ganar solo.
Conozcan a Mansi. Ella tiene seis años. Vive en una casa de madera en un bosque lejano. Su miedo más profundo es conciliar el sueño por las noches porque cree que un malvado monstruo está esperando para llevársela. La mamá, el papá y el hermano de Mansi hacen todo lo posible para protegerla, pero la única manera real de superar su miedo es caer dormida y conocer al gran monstruo azul, suave y esponjoso Magoo en persona.
Meet Connor. He's four years old. He's a teaser at school. He thinks it is cool to copy others. But when someone plays the same game with him, he realizes how it feels to be copied. Connor learns a valuable lesson of respect and what it means to have self-control.
"the 3 and 6-year-old digs!"
A classical collection of recitations by the master narrator Zia Mohyeddin. Volume 4 includes the following: "Chala Aa Raha Hoon Mein" by N M Rashid; Syed Ghous Ali Shah Qalander (Aap Beti); "Mian Beevi" by Krishen Chander; Wajid Ali Shah Akhter (Aap Beti); "Beevi Kaisi Hoone Chaheay" by Mohammad Ali Rodolvi and "Shakespeare Air Mein" by Zia Mohyeddin.