See Tweet fly. Fly, Tweet, fly. Pip wants to fly too--flap, flap, flap! Can Otto help Pip find a way to soar in the sky?
When Zip's mother calls, Zip, who is busy playing, tries all sorts of methods to get away from her, but she is always ready to catch up.
Otto the robot builds a spaceship to take him home.
"Otto the robot and his friends contend with a storm."-- Provided by publisher.
Illustrations and simple text relate how Zip, the unlucky alien magician, zaps a bot and tells it what to do, but the bot does not listen.
Otto the robot and his jungle animal friends go for a ride on an elephant.
When Pip the mouse floats off with Otto the robot's balloon, Otto and Zee the Bee go to the rescue.
Otto the robot lands on Earth, where he confronts an angry rhino and befriends two artistic monkeys.
Illustrations and simple text introduce Zip, an unlucky alien magician, and his friend Bip. Includes note to parents, introduction to the books vocabulary, and reading comprehension questions.
Otto goes from sad to glad when his friend brings him a gift.
Bird is clearly different from the other birds in his nest. He feels like he doesn't belong. So Bird goes off in search of where he does belong. Will Cow want to be his friend?
Santa is exhausted from delivering presents all night, so Otto the robot helps him find a quiet place to take a nap.
From the New York Times-bestselling author of Goodnight iPad comes a new commentary on the perils of our tech-obsessed lives and a fully charged romp for readers of all ages.
Loved ones remind a little boy of how far he has come and how much he has learned and accomplished along the way.
A dog named Lucky demonstrates opposites such as slow and fast, dry and wet, cold and warm, and here and there.
Mom, Dad, and brother Pete all try to get Buddy to obey, but only one family member understands how to communicate with the mischievous canine.
While on a Thanksgiving Day errand for her mother, a girl says thank you to all the things around her.
"Do you ever feel as stubborn as a mule? Or as chicken as a chicken? Of course you do. Looks at the normal, natural feelings we all have"--Provided by publisher.
After drawing a picture of cows that is blown away by a breeze, a child tries to convince others that cows are flying through the air.