Pearl and her trusty rust-proof robot, Pascal, need to build a sandcastle before summer vacation is over, and they're going to do it using code--
Whenever Simon gets angry, wild beasts appear to help scare off those who upset him, but he becomes lonely, calms himself, and conjures a new kind of animal friend.
Although many things go wrong when Froggy decides to make money by setting up a lemonade stand, he still has fun with his friends.
Sights and sounds of a summer twilight mingle with recollections of a lovely day at the beach as a household settles in for the night.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text provide young children with tools for dealing with feelings of anger, such as pretending the anger is a baseball that can be batted away or breathing deeply.
Gilbert has everything a goldfish could want except a pet of his own, but none of the animals who come near his fishbowl seem quite right until Fluffy, with his long tail and whiskers, appears.
Introduces reluctant sleepers to the many fantastical warriors who protect them while they sleep.
Bird wants to play, but all his animal friends tell him that it is bedtime, and only when they tuck him in and sing a lullaby does he finally fall asleep--briefly.
A boy who enjoys being different due to his love of punk-rock music, the way he dresses, and more, discovers other one-of-a-kind people who take away his loneliness.
A rhyming picture book about a lazy old dog and a playful baby--
Jim Panzee wakes up in a bad mood one beautiful day, but he keeps denying he is grumpy even as his friends give advice for feeling better.
A little boy builds a ship to honor his late grandfather and sets sail for the magical place where ocean meets sky from his grandfather's stories--
A young music lover steps onto the school talent show stage determined to be herself and sing her own unique song.
In this book, young children are introduced to a ravenous monster that eats everything in its path. Apples, leaves, trees, and even cows don't stand a chance as he ploughs his way through the woods satisfying his enormous appetite. Who will his next victim be? Be careful! His favourite dish is little children! But don't worry. The surprise ending will make children sigh with relief--and laugh out loud.--
Presents a variety of sisters, with long hair and no hair, helping in the kitchen and helping in the garage, living with you and living far away.
Presents a variety of brothers, some quiet and some wild, some who study bugs and some who eat them, some who look like you and some who do not.
Introduces different shapes, depicting a forest full of animals created out of tasty confections and pastries.
Bear, Fox, Chipmunk and Marmot are all very good friends. They think it would be wonderful if they all lived in one grat big house. Beat, Chipmunk and Marmot, however, forgot to tell Fox one small thing which makes for a very lonely winter indeed.
A beautifully lyrical and inspirational picture book about being present and loving who you are, from Jessica Olien, the author/illustrator of Adrift, The Blobfish Book, and Shark Detective. What are you? You're big and small and loud and quiet. You are right now. And you are perfect. -- Publisher annotation.
Hero at Home was inspired by the author's personal family journey: having three young daughters and a catastrophically wounded Veteran husband. Grace's dad is an inspiration to so many, but he is not the only one in his family who deals with scars of war. This book is dedicated to the brave men of Bravo Company, 2-508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne, who fought alongside Grace's dad-the ones who came home, and in loving memory of the ones who did not. An important read for those wishing to embrace the Wounded Heroes in their community and better understand that for these Heroes, the fight doesn't end when they return home. The mission continues and is a family affair. Injuries from military service can be both visible and invisible. Hero at Home celebrates the contribution that our Veterans have made, and shines a light on how vital it is to embrace these special families.
An excited Duck wants to hang out with Bear. But Bear's gone fishing for a whole week and is happy to finally get a second alone.
Bitty Bot is initially unhappy while on vacation at the beach with his family until he makes two new friends and they build a submarine, setting off for adventure under the ocean.
A small Western town lives in fear of another visit from a known outlaw, but a while after the outlaw mysteriously disappears, a stranger rides into town to make repairs to the dilapidated village.
A group of children says goodbye to a beloved pet turtle who has died.--Colophon.
Introduces the alphabet using a vehicle for each letter, from airplane to zeppelin.
As a narrator begins telling the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Papa develops Page Fright, is unable to say his lines, and runs away through other books.
Splat the Cat can't wait to be a big brother. So when his mom brings home a special little guest, Splat races from his room, slides down the banister, and skids across the hall, only to find his mom holding . . . a crocodile?! It's not the baby Splat was expecting, but he's determined, no matter how messy, smelly, and tricky it gets, to be the best big brother he can be!
Simple text and collage illustrations remind the reader that we are stronger together than alone.
Poppy the puppy meets three other pups while out for a run, but a surprise they find in a quiet alley sends them scrambling for home in this rhyming tale.
Penguin and Tiny Shrimp DO NOT have a bedtime story to share with you. There are no soft beds or cozy covers here. There are fireworks! And shark-infested waters!! This book will never make you sleepy! Not at all. Not even a little...--book jacket.
Ayobami sueña con ir a la escuela, pero para llegar debe tomar un camino peligroso: el de la selva. Una historia sobre la importancia de la educación, la dificultad que tienen muchos niños para acceder a ella y la perserverancia e ilusión de quien desea aprender.
When Detective Dog Nell puts her nose to the task, there's no mystery she can't solve. Whether she's tracking the missing shoe of her human, Peter, or locating some lost honeycomb, all Nell has to do is sniff, sniff, sniff and she's hot on the trail. Besides solving mysteries, there's something else Nell loves--listening to children read. Every Monday, Peter takes her to school where children tell her stories. One day, Nell and Peter arrive to find that all the books are gone. Who could have taken them? And why? There's only one dog for the job, and Detective Dog Nell is ready to sniff out the thief!
Putting on her construction hat, a young girl uses her imagination as she builds a doghouse, a bridge, and a skyscraper.
When his friend Circle asks him to do her portrait after praising him as a sculptor and genius, Square struggles to carve her likeness from a stone block.
Build, balance, count - question, estimate, measure - predict, crash, and build again with Elephant and a bucket full of blocks. Follow along as Elephant goes through the ups and downs of creating something new and finally celebrates the job of pride and success. -- Jacket.
Newly-arrived at boarding school, a boy finds an invitation and goes on an adventure that may lead to friendship.--Provided by Publisher.
Follow the creation of a family meal from the farm to the picnic table on a warm sunny day. Told entirely in words beginning with S, this lively book will help children appreciate where their food comes from. -- Publisher description.
The Incredibles 2 brings back everyone's favorite family of superheroes in an exciting, hilarious, and heartfelt super-sequel [...] [T]his new chapter sees Mr. & Mrs. Incredible, Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack encounter a brand-new nemesis who puts their powers--and their family--to the ultimate test!--Amazon website.
Illustrations and rhyming text follow endangered honeybees through the year as they forage for pollen and nectar, communicate with others at their hive, and make honey.--Provided by Publisher.
A young girl, still reeling from her dog's death, finds solace while picking up stones on the beach during her family's vacation.
A child celebrates a close connection with her father, from how they play together and teach each other new things to how he protects her and always makes time for her--