Going to School - Growing Up
Father and mother owl raise three chicks. Soft pastel illustrations link the chicks’ growth to their natural surroundings (3-6).
How do you dress to sing, hide, or make believe? Easy-to-read text with simple watercolors in a fold- out format (4-6).
A newborn baby discovers hands, feet, and nose. What will the future bring? Mixed-media illustrations (0-2).
A frantic morning rush to get to school on time ends with a surprise. Rhyming text and gouache and watercolor illustrations (4-6).
A book-loving sister learns to help baby brother Leo by sharing stories for every occasion. Acrylic illustrations sweetly enrich the narrative (3-6).
It’s so exciting to move into toddlerhood and exchange diapers for underpants! Simple, animated, colorful illustrations (3-5).
Is this story about exploring a jungle? No! Is it a whimsical view of a day in an early childhood classroom? Yes! Watercolor illustrations add to the fun (4-6).
All of babies’ favorite things are part of this playful look at one baby’s day. Digital illustrations with patterns and color support this lift-the-flap book (0-2).
With encouragement from his teacher, the little yellow bird, Rocket uses his new-found words to tell about his new friend. Simple, bold oil and colored- pencil illustrations (3-5).
After constantly teasing him about his Israeli accent, Tommy’s classmates are surprised when his knowledge of Hebrew makes him a hero. Cartoonish illustrations (4-8).
Will Stewart still be scary if he gets a haircut? Will he lose his identity? Monster-like watercolors (3-5).
Through diligent mastery of self-defense techniques, the third pig succeeds where her brothers failed and outrivals the wolf. Clever rhymed text and colorful engaging illustrations. Glossary (4-6).
Shiny and colorful illustrations waltz us through the adventurous fantasy life of a young boy (4-6).
People tell baby to stop before he gets hurt, until he finally does something that amazes everyone. Watercolor illustrations (0-3).
A whole range of thematically arranged scenarios, accompanied by bold, colorful illustrations, stimulate imagination and invite discussion (5-7).