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Purple, Green and Yellow Early Reader

Beloved Robert Munsch stories with text adapted for beginner readers, including a note from the author, reading tips, and reading activities.

Brigid really, really loves markers. She convinces her mom ...

5 Tremendously Silly Munsch Stories

 

Five tremendously silly and utterly timeless Munsch stories—all in one hilarious collection!

This affordable treasury is a valuable resource for any shelf, full of empowering stories where kids rule ...

Pigs Early Reader

Favorite stories from Robert Munsch in an early reader format kids will love! Adapted from the originals so beginner readers can proudly say “I read this myself!”

Pigs are smarter than you think! When ...

The Paper Bag Princess Early Reader

Favorite stories from Robert Munsch in an early reader format kids will love! Adapted from the originals so beginner readers can proudly say “I read this myself!”

Colorful and fun, Robert Munsch’s ...

Angela's Airplane (Classic Munsch Audio)

When Angela's father gets lost at the airport, she looks for him everywhere, even inside an airplane. But when Angela's love of button-pressing proves too great, she finds herself in charge of flying the ...

The Paper Bag Princess (Classic Munsch Audio)

Over seven million copies in print!

When the fiercest dragon in the whole world smashes Princess Elizabeth’s castle, burns all her clothes, and captures her fiancé, Prince Ronald, Elizabeth takes matters ...

Pigs (Classic Munsch Audio)

Another laugh-out-loud book from the author of The Paper Bag Princess!

“Hey you dumb pigs!” When Megan lets all of the pigs out of the pen, they start to take over, and show her that they may not be ...

Show and Tell (Classic Munsch Audio)

Ben wants to take something really neat to school for show and tell. What could be neater than his new baby sister? But his sister doesn’t want to co-operate. She cries in his backpack. She cries at ...

Stephanie's Ponytail (Classic Munsch Audio)

None of the kids in her class wear a ponytail, so Stephanie decides she must have one. The loud, unanimous comment from her classmates is: “Ugly, ugly, very ugly. ” Steadfast, when all the girls have ...

The Boy in the Drawer (Classic Munsch Audio)

Shelley has to pick up the socks she’s left all over her room. But when she opens her sock drawer, a tiny troublemaking boy appears. She has to make her bed, but there he is again, underneath the sheets ...