One, Two introduces the Bandimal characters and illustrates the danger of unsafe activities.
Three Four, I hope you're not sore.
Five, Six, it's hard to do tricks,
Seven Eight, Nine, Ten —
on a skateboard with friends.
If I Were King offers the reader some important reasons for avoiding laziness.
Friends promotes safety in numbers, and caution with strangers in unfamiliar places.
Someone there to lend a hand,
to keep you safe or yell real loud,
if a stranger looks a little stranger than they should.
Try not to be unkind,
but keep your distance. Don't be blind.
They may have an evil plan
just forming in their mind.
I Like offers varied and specific reasons to help the reader enjoy school.
Hold on — Do Right addresses self-destructive behavior of any kind. It offers some solid counsel on confronting dangerous influences.
Look out for a trap waiting for a bite.
There are so many snares laying just out of sight,
but you'll miss them if you just DO RIGHT.
If I Just Stay in School reinforces the value of education and the school experience.
I Guess I'm Ready For It All airs summer vacation plans that turn into work. It resolves and ends with a new appreciation for school and its activities.
Difficult words/concepts for the emerging reader are highlighted and shown with asterisk * and explanation.