Plenty of books tell parents what’s in store when a new baby arrives. But this one lets a new baby in on what he or she might expect. Styled as a sweet and simple letter to a newborn, this picture book introduces Baby to several first-year splendors, such as feeling warm sunlight, watching the movements of clouds, hearing birdsong and experiencing a loving embrace.
A delightful picnic between friends is made even sweeter by the ‘magic word’. Learning how to say please was never so much fun.
Ollie loves to sing. He loves to sing in his bed or in the park. He loves to sing with his dog, Fred. In this sweet, engaging picture book, Ollie celebrates singing, friendship and fun.
Ollie loves to dance. He loves to dance in his room and in the leaves. He loves to dance with his dog, Fred. In this sweet, engaging picture book, Ollie celebrates dancing, friendship and fun.
I Can Say Thank You follows the same group of friends as together they combine the joys of play with the various joys that nature provides.
Readers may accompany Maisy the mouse as she counts chicks, makes noisy noises, jumps like a kangaroo, and identifies animals, colors, shapes, and sizes.
“What is a kiss like?” That’s what a teddy bear asks a little boy in this sweet and enchanting picture book. From Grandmother’s noisy kisses, to Father’s prickly kisses, to Little Brother’s chocolate kisses, Teddy learns there are many different kinds of kisses—but the best kisses are from the ones you love!
Lola loves to hear Daddy read a new library book each night, an activity that spurs her imagination and results in inventive play the next day.
An anteater, an elephant, a turtle, and a flamingo break out of City Zoo and, disguised as people, try to make a life for themselves on the outside.
Easy-to-read text celebrates the many kinds of bugs that can be found in a backyard.