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Read-it! Readers: Gus the Hedgehog - Doug Cushman’s adorable illustrations of Gus the Hedgehog and his animal friends bring these fun adventures to life. Readers can follow Gus through different holidays, celebrations, and sticky situations!
In preparation for the Halloween parade, Gus must do two things create the best costume and learn to march.
Gus doesn't know very much about fishing. Good thing Grandpa is along to teach him! Ride along in the boat with Gus and Grandpa as they catch all kinds of ...
Bean makes a new friend in the neighborhood … and she's a girl! Will Gus lose Bean as a friend? Or will they all find a way to be friends together? ...
Gus wants to be sure that Santa Claus will remember him and what he wants for Christmas, but wearing huge antlers while waiting in line at Santaland draws more ...
Every year, Gus asks his mom for the same birthday present: a pet. But he never gets one … until this year. Go shopping with Gus to pick the perfect pet - and ...
"Jacklyn Williams is an experienced educator and children's book author with more than twenty titles to her credit. Doug Cushman is a professional and award-winning children's book illustrator with more than 100 titles to his credit. Together they have created a series of ten 32-page early readers recommended for children ages 5 to 9 and students from kindergarten to the third grade. Each book features delightful, anthropomorphic and entertaining adventures of Gus the Hedgehog and his animal friends that revolve around various holidays, celebrations, and problematic situations. In addition to practicing their reading skills, children will find that these whimsical, fun stories will also instill a love of reading for pleasure and prepare them to expand their literary horizons. Although each individual book is available separately, community library and elementary schools are recommended to acquire the entire set for the edification of their young patrons and students." - The Midwest Book Review
February 1, 2007
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