Mr. Jay is having a very bad day! His faucet breaks, and his car won't start, so he calls a plumber and a mechanic for help.
Carlos delivers meals for Meals on Wheels. He also helps the people he meets, except for one man who soon needs his help.
Monica learns about local government as someone she knows runs for mayor - her mom!
Spring! Or so little duck thinks but the ice and frosty cold tell her that winter is still on her pond. Can little duck bring it back? Go, little duck, wish little duck, dream little duck, duck, duck.
Lee has her own tree! She watches it grow and change from season to season - until one spring something surprising happens.
A crossing guard and community workers are the focus of this story with a funny ending.
Two boys help their father show tourists the changing fall leaves. They make fun of the tourists until they realize that their town really is beautiful.
Messy Bessey cleans up her room and gives away her old toys and things.
The power goes out in the city. See how people react and the role that the police and firefighters take to help keep the city safe until the power is back on.
Anna and her family learn all about their relatives' journey to America at the Immigration Museum when they find their family name, Kolokov, on the American Immigrant Wall of Honor.
People in a city come and go, and you see people that you may never meet. This picture book version of Lois Lenski's poem celebrates the many people who live in cities.