In a high tree fork, a gray ball unfurls. Koala seeks his mother’s milk, but for the first time, she won’t let him into her pouch. It’s time for Koala to make his own way in the world. Rival koalas, fierce storms, and frightening snakes force Koala to keep moving—until he finds a safe place to call his own. In this dramatic nonfiction account, two renowned Australian picture-book creators bring us a surprising and authentic look at the ever-popular koala.
Even though the new baby of Mr. and Mrs. Brains is very intelligent, they realize that he is still just a baby.
As she’s passed from one family member to another, Baby enjoys a rollicking ride.
Pulled from the pages of the wildly popular ZooBorns blog, this picture book presents the most charming critters ever: baby animals, ranging from the adorable to the zany! Featuring full-color photographs on every page and a cozy text perfect for reading aloud, this book is bound to become a must-have for animal lovers of all ages.
Mr. and Mrs. Deer have alwats wanted a baby, so they are delighted when a little antlered bundle appears on their doorstep one day. But the babywon’t stop roaring! Family and friends come to help, sending Mr. and Mrs. Deer in search of what the baby needs. But it’s very particular: everytime Mr. and Mrs. Deer return, someone is missing–and the baby is still roaring! Where did everybody go–and just what kind of baby is this?
This young, lyrical picture book reveals the adventure and natural wonders that Lewis and Clark encountered on their Western expedition in the early 1800s. Told from the point of view of Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, the baby on Sacagawea’s back, this story offers a fresh perspective of a young country and gives voice to a character readers will already be familiar with–at least visually (the baby is shown on the golden Sacagawea dollar).
After many futile attempts to plant a tree in honor of his new baby sister, a young Haitian boy discovers the perfect solution.
A baby finally finds something to do that does not make everyone in the family tell him “No.”
After harvesting an especially large “tear” of a resin known as myrrh, a young boy and his father visit a spice merchant whose three customers are seeking a special gift to bring to a baby. Includes biblical references and historical information about the Magi and myrrh.