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
"Mr. Pine lived on Vine Street in a little white house." That's all fine and dandy, but there are 50 white houses on Vine Street, all in a line, and Mr. Pine
This board book describes this well known story from the Bible with a few simple and easily understood words. Watercolor painting are delightfully bright and kid-tested for interest.
Sixteen full-color peel-and-apply illustrations of cowboys and desperadoes in action promise young broncobusters lots of Western-style sticker fun.
Meow! Meow! When Biscuit meets two little kittens, he wants to be friends. He wants to play ball and run around. But the kittens are having too much fun with their
It's the first day outside the nest for Mother rabbit's five babies, and all sorts of new creatures and adventures await them. But when a sudden rain shower sends the rabbits scurrying
Henry and his 180-pound dog Mudge are best friends forever. And in this ninth book of their adventures, they spend a scary night together at Henry's grandmother's house in the country.
A fantastic introduction to non-fiction, which gives the child a glimpse of the life of an animal parent in their natural habitat together with the experiences of the animal baby growing up
Eric Carle. With a few easy-to-read words and brilliantly colored collages, Eric Carle leads young readers on an around-the-world tour with a little boy who is looking for his cat. Through Africa,
That mischievous cat! As soon as Cleo is finished winking, blinking, and yawning after a catnap, she's off slipping and sliding, skipping and hopping, chasing and pouncing. The open window invites her
Feeling good about yourself is as easy as A B C! Nancy Carlson's cheerful pig is back in this vibrant ABC companion book to the best-selling I Like Me!--and she's brought
"When his family nemesis, the evil trapper George Burton, suddenly reappears after a long absence, young Ben Macdonald runs off in fright and soon finds himself being whisked down the Red River