Family and Friends
Bank Street Children's Book Committee's Best Books of 2014 for Children Under Five
Simple daily routines of baby care provide an interactive touch-and-feel experience.
Babies ride, crawl, stand, and walk with their families in this happy parade.
Sometimes it's hard to share Mom, especially with a sibling.
A family that loves reading discovers that they don't need to own books in order to love them.
There's an exciting world beyond the comfort of home - but it is too big and is mom too far away to keep cub safe?
When she tags along with her daughter, Mom learns that kindergarten is hard work, but worth it.
Will Hannah be able to find herself or will she remain dominated by her big sister's bossy personality?
Tom's new baby brother is "cute enough to eat," but that is exactly what Tom is afraid of.
A father and a daughter choose a bike, try training wheels, and then risk a few spills.
Slipper's long journey to find a new family after she is lost is an immensely satisfying story.
Loula decides to leave her super-annoying brothers behind and sets out on a surprising adventure.
A mother enfolds her baby in a song of the night and the stars.
The barest of pastel drawings convey the emotional range of a young child processing his mother's death.
Clementine Brown uses her new first-aid kit to bandage her parents and her dog, but her brother resists until he really needs her help.
Although she cannot entice Peanut to share her special toy, Fifi's imaginative ideas spark an extraordinary adventure for both siblings.
Hansie Bear knows just what to do when his dad gets a thorn in his foot.
Trixie, the tenth sister in a noisy collection of siblings, craves silence. When she finds it, she is not so sure it's the perfection she expected.
Big brother is certain that his baby sister - who chomps everything in sight - must be a vampire, so he tries to find the right home for her.
When a toddler's encounters with creatures in the outside world elude her reach, her father's presence provides reassuring constancy.
The facts of pregnancy and birth are presented clearly and simply.
In many words and actions, fathers demonstrate their love.
Henry wants Grandpa to meet and like his new puppy, Charley.
Xander Panda plans a party, and the guest list keeps expanding...and expanding...and expanding.
A determined alligator wants to win a race but needs some help from a friend.