Silly Tilly Mole can't remember why today is special. Is it because it's snowing and the wind is swirling colored snowflakes all around her? Or maybe it's the bright red something special in her mailbox that makes this a special day.
Arthur and his sister, Violet, are selling all their old toys in a tag sale. Even Arthur's Honey Bear! But Arthur finds there's more than one way to say good-bye to an old friend.
Arthur decides to make Mother and Father special Christmas cookies as a present. But when the cookies are finally finished, they are hard as rocks! Can Arthur think of a way to turn this disaster into the best Christmas present ever?
Here's an hilarious account of Arthur's attempts to earn enough money to buy a T-shirt and cap, assisted by his sister, Violet. Simple business concepts are ingeniously woven into the story. This marvelous book will capture the interest of eager learners and creative teachers.
Lillian Hoban's classic Arthur tales are now available in one audio collection! This collection includes: Arthur's Honey Bear, Arthur's Pen Pal, Arthur's Christmas Cookies, Arthur's Prize Reader, Arthur's Camp-Out, and Arthur's Funny Money.
One morning Silly Tilly Mole wakes up and smells jelly beans. She thinks she forgot to remember Easter. She wants to ask the Easter Bunny in for a cup of tea, but where are her glasses and Easter bonnet? Tilly is so silly she forgets what she's looking for - and almost misses Easter!
Violet's camping out, but her friends don't want Arthur around. So Arthur decides to collect slimy things he knows Violet wouldn't like. But he doesn't count on slippery rocks and swooping bats, or hunger pangs. Then he smells hot dogs roasting over a warm fire.
Arthur thinks his pen pal is more fun than his little sister. Little sisters don't do things like karate and wrestling: or do they? It takes a surprise letter to show Arthur that sometimes there's more to sisters, and pen pals, than meets the eye!
Arthur is sure he will win the Super Chimp Comics contest. He's also sure his sister Violet can't read. But Violet can read, maybe even better than Arthur.