Two little letters tell a big tale in this lively read-aloud full of drama, surprise, and loads of fun.
Easy-to-read couplets about 26 amazing animals, most real, two imaginary.
Behind each colorful flap, discover the dynamic pop-up animals that are in contrast to the visible ones.
Expressive, humorous illustrations and just one repeated word convey a dog's single-minded devotion and a young girl's adoration.
Follow a little girl and her stuffed bunny from morning light to sleepy time.
A little bull who has been bullied finds out that he is also acting like a bully. Can he change?
Little Chick's work ethic rivals Little Red Hen's. While his family feasts, he makes them a new home.
Although she is a wonderful ballet student, Catty Jane isn't a good friend to Froggy when she rejects his vaults and somersaults.
Beautiful watercolors depict mouse's concerned friends who go to great lengths to make him smile.
Construction kitties are hard at work building a playground with their loaders, excavators, dump trucks, and back hoes.
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 Daisy chases a squirrel deep into the woods, she doesn't know how to get home. Will the dog and her distraught owner reunite?
What happens when dinosaurs are involved in a transportation emergency? Discover the delightful, action-packed solution.
Dog couldn't fall asleep until he started counting with his creature friends.
Poetic text and colorful cut and torn-paper collages portray the activities of a brown bear from the time she emerges from hibernation until it is time to settle in again.
Chubby Flora and a tall flamingo - unlikely dance partners - glide, sway, and splash together in this wordless book.
A wily jackal gobbles up any animal that approaches him until he bursts. Does he learn his lesson?
Duck looks everywhere for his new blue socks. Can his friends help him find them?
Interesting facts about a kind of kangaroo are revealed in a question-answer format.
A small bird encounters many other kinds of birds on her search for friends.
Iris has trouble hiding her large newfound friend, who frightens the townspeople.
Look through the spy holes to guess the identity of some noisy animals.
If you want to see a whale, you must wait patiently and try not to get distracted by other beautiful things.
Simple rhymes and bold gouache illustrations present eight different kinds of bears.
When a visitor plays with her toys and eats her food, Katie discovers that sharing is very hard.
A protected lamb and an independent butterfly discuss their different ways of living.
Little Dino learns what to push and when not to push.
Compare how a preschooler and a chick spend their action-packed day!
Slipper's long journey to find a new family after she is lost is an immensely satisfying story.
Out for a walk in town, Mama Duck takes her babies across a storm drain with wide openings.
In this bilingual version of the nursery rhyme, Mary lives in Peru and has a different kind of pet!
A young duck always wants to be first...until he gets an unwelcome surprise.
Captivating watercolor and ink drawings accompany this gentle tale of Bear and Chipmunk's snowy day adventures.
Can a gentle monkey and a fierce alligator ever be friends? Playful action and imaginative sounds answer this question with surprising results.
A series of silly animals form a chaotic zoo created by an inventive young girl.
From the Emperor Penguin to Darwin's Frog, each of the twenty-one species described here adapt differently on their birth day.
Every bug makes a distinct sound, and you can make those sounds too!
An introduction to a chorus of noisy frogs (and one silent salamander) is enhanced by activities and brightly colored illustrations.
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.
"Chook! Chook! Chook!" Mama Squirrel would say, and danger would usually go away. But what will it take to make the threatening bear flee?
Oliver is nervous, but his "bravery" gets in the way of his first day of school.
A hungry crocodile "invades" a copy of The Ugly Duckling and begins to gobble up the words. Getting rid of him is not easy.
Ten United States rivers and the animals that inhabit them are described in this variation on the classic "Over in the Meadow".
A young boy describes three amusing adventures with his beloved dog.
A woodpecker's daddy teaches him how to peck a tree.
Colorful black-lined illustrations depict the joy of going somewhere new and making new friends.
Bold, energetic art helps tell a simple tale of friendship between two polar bear cubs.
Duck waddles out, under, around, down, through, and over to catch up with mother and siblings.
Humorous mixed-media drawings capture this imaginative tale of a scared rabbit, which may inspire readers to draw their own creations.
Old MacDonald and Señor Pancho both have a lot of noisy farm animals in this festive, bilingual sing-a-long.
Lilting rhythmic bedtime poems feature connections to the animal world.
Puppy has a nice stick but no one wants to play with him, until...Has puppy finally found a friend?
When Fish finds a new story, will Snail have the courage to follow him through it, or will this be the end of their friendship?
Hansie Bear knows just what to do when his dad gets a thorn in his foot.
Simple rhymes and engaging digitally colored drawings introduce colors.
Chant along as frisky cat eats ("lucky lick"), plays and naps ("snoozy snooze").
A young bird goes for a long walk with his mother, singing, collecting things, and meeting other animals.
Six imaginative rabbits consider what they might do with the carrot they have dug up.
A whale, with help from the plankton, manages to join the other sea animals in entering the annual art exhibition.
Guess what animal will hatch from eggs different in size, color, and shape.
A very simple rhyming text coupled with colorful digital illustrations comprises this seek-and-find book.