In this rhyming story in honor of the victims of the 2012 shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, falling snowflakes celebrate the uniqueness of life, its precious, simple moments, and the strength of memory.
A Jolly Postman delivers letters to several famous fairy-tale characters such as the Big Bad Wolf, Cinderella, and the Three Bears, in a story in which each letter may be removed from its envelope page and read separately.
When the People go to the beach, Albert the mouse decides to make a beach of his own in the backyard sandbox, but first he must figure out how to fill a big bowl with water for swimming, using the concept of volume/capacity.
Mango the bird has a 'ginormous' bear friend named Blue. To Mango's annoyance, Blue copies everything Mango does. One day, Mango has had enough of Blue's copying and flies off in a huff. But once she's on her own, she finds herself thinking only of Blue.
These board books are bursting with the enthusiasm of a toddler exploring the world for the first time. Engaging text and adorable artwork and photos introduce toddlers to familiar first experiences in these playful die-cut board books. •Die-cut tabs…
Litter Critter loves being first, even if it hurts his family and friends, but after several missteps, Little Critter learns that the secret to getting along is treating others the way he wants to be treated, which means letting someone else go first.
Looking forward to hearing her father's childhood toy bear ringing its bell on Christmas morning, Doc searches for a fix when the bear's bell is broken, while Lambie, Stuffy, and the rest of the toys prepare a heartfelt gift to express their love for Doc.
An illustrated, interactive introduction to opposites features transparent acetate pages that enable children to transform a boy's bow tie into a girl's hair bow, shift an arrow from left to right, and release an owl from its cage.
"With this story of a boy who learns about the miracles of plant life and the pleasures of drinking blended vegetables and fruits, Victoria Boutenko imparts to young children her enthusiasm for raw foods and healthy eating"--Provided by publisher.
"Ellie has everything, but she wants more. She wants an elephant. And she won't eat or sleep or brush her hair until she gets one! But when she finally gets her wish, the elephant decides to teach Ellie a thing or two about manners"-- Provided by publishe…
When Python challenges all who would eat from a magical fruit tree to tell him the tree's name, they all run off to the King of the Jungle to get the answer, but then forget it on their way back, until slow, tiny Tortoise gives it a try.
"One night, a monster stomps into Harry's dreams. The next day, Harry is scared to go to sleep. 'If he comes back, just imagine him with pink pants on his head,' suggests Mom. 'He won't be scary then!' But can Mom's clever plan possibly work?"--Provided b…
Alex, whose birthday it is, hijacks a story about Birthday Bunny on his special day and turns it into a battle between a supervillain and his enemies in the forest--who, in the original story, are simply planning a surprise party.
Just as Lewis the mouse is settling into his near-perfect home for the winter, still wondering what is missing, he hears noises and must roar to scare away whatever horrid creature is scratching and tapping at his tree.
After carrying a bowl of milk on her head across dunes and the River Niger, and even up a mountain, without spilling a drop despite many distractions, Penda gets a surprise when she arrives at the grasslands to give her father his lunch.
Strawberry Shortcake and her friends compete in the Berry Bitty City Princess Pageant, where the winner is crowned princess for a day, and even though all the girls want to win, they decide to work together.
Delightedly waking up to a snow-covered world, Charlie the intrepid basset hound ventures outdoors and takes a break from patrol duty to share a sled ride with his buddy Walter, whose disappearance prompts a determined search-and-rescue mission.