Principal Squires is shaping up to be the worst principal ever. Little is known about her, which makes her all the more weird and creepy. She is grumpy, mean, and carries a megaphone throughout the school yelling at everyone. She runs her school with an iron-fist and you would most likely want to avoid being a student at Seaside Elementary School at all costs. Her defining moment comes when her pants are caught on fire and she truly needs help. After this horrible ordeal, she learns to soften up which occasionally shines through when students encounter her now. Grade Level 3-5
Bella Boo Rescues Seaside School is a must-read for anyone who has ever experienced the love of a dog. The story is a masterpiece on conveying the meaning and joy that comes from helping a once-homeless animal feel secure, loved, and part of the family. Every dog deserves a forever home. Find out how Bella Boo finds his! Grade Level 3-5
Ady Pooh Pooh Mind Magic
Ady Pooh Pooh is a 7-year-old girl who uses her mysterious, magical mind power to help the staff and students at Seaside School. She is often found sitting alone during lunch time as she watches and reads the thoughts of others, so that she can assist them. Find out who needs Ady Pooh Pooh’s help! Grade Level: K-2
The second, third and fourth grade students of Seaside School find themselves facing all kinds of trouble during their stay at Camp Pillow. What will their final pillow projects look like if that are unable to get along, make new friends, and stand up to the school bully? Find out! Grade Level: 5th & 6th
There always comes that time of day, when the students at Seaside School want to nap their lives away. They are tired, and they can’t wait to rest. Once they are rested, they will do their best. The students gather their blankets, special toys and stuffed animals as they find their special spots. Their teacher reminds them to use their imaginations and dream big dreams. Journey with the students into their world of dreams in this funny & delightful offbeat read. Grade Level K-2
This is a story about a beautiful little girl named Roxanne. Many call her Roxie. While at school, Roxie is often teased about how she looks and about her stuttering.
The story was created to help children find their spark within, become loving of themselves, and learn how to be the best person they can be. Purchase your copy to read and learn how Roxie finds her happiness. Grade Level: 3rd & 4th
Shelby Lee is always looking for ways to stop going to school. He enjoys sleeping and hates getting up early to attend school. He is always up to something, whether routinely conning people, framing his teachers, or convincing individuals that attending school is unnecessary. Besides, Shelby plans to be a rapper just like the famous rapper, Jay-Z. Find out what shenanigan Shelby is up to now. Grade Level: 4th & 5th
The Celebrated Food Fight at Seaside School
Brian’s proudest middle school moment wasn’t an academic or sporting achievement. He failed several classes and was never part of any sports teams. No, Brian’s proudest achievement was a celebrated food fight in the history of Seaside School. Still today, many ponder how many of Brian’s friends knew who started the ordeal. Who threw the first fistful of food? What will happen to them? Find out who the real scallywags are. Grade Level: 5-7
Yes! My Life Does Matter
Protests have been sweeping across the United States and spreading around the globe, rallying cries of “Black Lives Matter.” Race and racism are a reality that so many of us grew up learning to just deal with. But if we ever hope to move past it, it can’t just be on people of color to deal with it. It’s up to all of us. Let’s start by examining ourselves and listening to those whose lives are different from our own. It ends with justice, compassion, and empathy that manifests in our lives and on our streets. I pray we all have the strength for a journey lies ahead.
Our children’s lives matter more! This book of images is to inspire youth of color to live and share their TRUTH! It is my prayer that all will continue to reach for the highest aspirations. Social justice is core to who we are as Americans. The racial inequality, violence and oppression against the Black community must stop! I am committed to doing my part. Will you? RIH George Floyd. Appropriate for all.
Ten Large Crayons: Out of the Box
Kindergarten through second-grade students at Seaside School are starting a new school year. They were told to not have any fears as a brand-new box of crayons would be waiting for them. The crayons are ready to help them all year long. All the students will need to do is open their boxes and color strong!
Grade Level: K-2
The coronavirus pandemic changed everyone’s lives, but some more than others. Here, Peanut shares his very own perspective. Offering an amusing account of life during the pandemic, Peanut guides readers through the events, thoughts, and feelings of weeks of the coronavirus lockdown. For future generations, Peanut shares an inside look at his family’s experience, writing at the moment as he witnessed history in the making. Grade Level: 6-8
Jake is the class clown in Mrs. Carter’s third-grade class. His funny sayings disrupt his class every day. Mrs. Carter decides on a way in which Jake’s comical words can help. She decides to teach a lesson on idioms and lets Jake help his classmates figure out a list of common idioms. Use these pages to help your child(ren) do the same. Each page has a picture of an idiom and a space for writing what the idiom means. These idioms are more SILLY than educational so,
allow children to bring color, humor, creativity, and wisdom to an otherwise dry spell of words. Grade Level: 3rd & 4th
Brennyn’s parents reassure her that she will have a great first day in first grade and will make many friends. Much to Brennyn’s surprise she is quickly befriended by Amy, who helps smooth her first day of first grade jitters. Find out how the day goes for Brennyn. Grade Level: K-2
Learning to cook wasn’t the only recipe the student chefs learned to follow. They had to think quick on their feet during a final cookoff, stuffing a dilly dog. While learning to cook had to start somewhere, the fourth-grade cooking class became a disaster.
This madcap story of a wiener will delight any reader who has a love for hot dogs. After all, there is no party until the wieners come out. Grade Level: 4-6