Critters Book Series
Would you like a Scarlet Stripled Schinkler
A Scarlet Striped Schinkler likes swimming, sailing, swinging, and sliding—but it never likes seesawing. Read along as the Scarlet Striped Schinkler figures out things he likes and dislikes with fun-sounding “s” words! The wacky and colorful illustrations will keep kids engaged as they learn new words, alliteration, and that it’s okay to like what they like!
Would You Like a Copper Colored Cajankler?
Follow along as a Copper Colored Cajankler tries new things and finds out what they like, and don't like, with fun-sounding "c" words! The wacky and colorful illustrations will keep kids engaged as they learn new words, alliteration, and that it’s okay to like what they like. This book is great for beginner readers, but it also teaches children that's it okay to be exactly who they are.
Would you like a Whiskered Wogler
A Whiskered Wogler likes water skiing, washboard-playing, wagon rides, and water polo. They even like wreath-making, woodwind playing, worm digging, and wool weaving. Read along as a Whiskered Wogler tries many things and shows you what they like and don’t like in this story filled with fun and hilarious alliteration!
Praise for Wogler
White's whimsical, wandering Whiskered Wogler seems devoted to all things beginning with the letter W. Kids will have a grand time following along as the Whiskered Wogler shares all the delightful foods that conform to his alliterative rules with them. The book teaches kids alliteration and shows them how to have fun exploring language. Gaspar Sabater's droll and funny Wogler fits the story perfectly. This is both fun and educational, and it's most highly recommended..
-Five star review by Jack Magnus for Readers' Choice
A fun Book for Children -- As the title asked, "Would You Like a Whiskered Wogler?" my answer would have to be a resounding yes. The alliterative text and colorful animated illustrations make this a fun book to share. Any child would be entertained without realizing that they are picking up some vocabulary along the way. -Fred Sternburg
Would you like a Giant Ginger Garbula?
A Giant Ginger Garbula likes globe-trotting, gondola riding, gargoyle searching and gem gathering. They even like to gallivant, gallop, guffaw, and guzzle! Read this fun tongue twister and laugh as a Giant Ginger Garbula shows you colorful places and tries different things.