Froggy is distracted. At home his mother has to remind him to do his homework, and at school his teacher chides him for not paying attention. But how can he? Halloween is
"In a dark, dark wood there is a dark, dark house..." So begins this tongue-in-cheek rodent tale of intrigue. Four brave and curious mice follow the trail of a big, scary beast,
Two-time Caldecott honor artist Tasha Tudor invites readers to celebrate the many joys of family life throughout the year. Although her verses and quaint ink and watercolor illustrations depict Tudor's signature idyllic
This best-selling novelty series for the youngest reader features a variety of intriguing and pleasing textures. The four new titles-ABC, 1-2-3, Animal Colors, and Shapes-are not only great fun, but also terrific
Although Elmer's friends are all different, they have one thing in common.
These two new titles will thrill and entertain the very young, bringing excitement to two important parts of a child's day. Packed with exciting textures, Touch & Feel: Bedtime and Touch &
Warm Sun Soft Sand is a delightful first concept board book that introduces children to color and sensation in a sunny seaside setting. Simple illustrations and easy words with rhyming phrases such
Leo's mum and dad are always very busy. They never have any time for Leo. But when Leo's mum even has to go to work on his birthday, it's the final straw.
Darkness is falling everywhere and little ones are getting sleepy, feeling cozy, and being tucked in. It’s time for a wide yawn, a big hug, and a snuggle under the covers--sleep tight!
Illus. in full color. "Two feet high, this board book is as tall as a toddler. Scarry packs countless pictures of his characters on the wide pages, each perky creature identified by
Sleepy Little Mouse is very tired, but she doesn't want to take a nap. When she begins to cry, her mother kisses her and tucks in the covers, reads her a story
Roses are red, violets are blue . . . and they're only two of the flowers in this book of bright colors and delightful information. Young readers will be fascinated to find
Illus. in full color. The letters on an alphabet tree, torn and tossed by the wind, find strength in banding together to form words. Then a clever caterpillar teaches the letters to
A is for apple, B is for ball, C is for cat...but not in this wacky alphabet book! In author/artist Mike Lester's slightly warped world, A is for salad , B is for
What else can be said about the fabulous Ferdinand? Published more than 50 years ago (and one of the bestselling children's books of all time), this simple story of peace and contentment