A hat belongs on the head. But then a gust of wind comes and carries it away. The hat wanders to a duck, a dog, the monkey steals it from the girl, a man loses it to the goat. Until the boy discovers him on a snowman and puts him back on. A lucky hat! A masterful picture book without words to discover, tell and fly along.
Olive’s best friend, Joe, has bought her a special hat. The only problem is that it’s hideously, cringe-inducingly embarrassing! Their whole gang of friends is giggling about it. She tries all kinds of excuses to avoid wearing the hat, then all kinds of ways to get rid of it, until Joe catches her stuffing it into the trash. He’s totally heartbroken.
When Mr. Zinger’s hat flies in and interrupts Leo’s playing, the two of them construct a story as to how exactly the hat took off.
An African version of the familiar story of a man who sets off to sell his hats, only to have them stolen by a treeful of mischievous monkeys.
Introduces a variety of hats, from soft and hard hats to snuggly and hooded hats.
One fine day, from out of town–and without any warning at all–a magic hat appears in the sky. It tumbles and bounces through the air and makes magic wherever it lands. Everyone is delighted as, one by one, the townspeople are transformed into giant playful animals. And then a wizard arrives.