The family cat destroys everything in his path, and the two girls who love him worry that he may be sick or blind in this story of unconditional pet love--
A young spider named Walter tries to weave a very sturdy web. Can you pick out the different shapes that are formed while he is working?
When a branch from her beloved tree snaps off in an icy storm, a plucky girl refuses to let it be hauled away. Her neighbor, Mr. Frank, says it's full of potential. So with imagination and spirit (and Mr. Frank's help), the girl creates something whole and new out of the broken branch, to be enjoyed again and again!--Cover flap.
Tito admires the circus magician Rando who, with magical words and his wand, takes a great variety of things out of his hat. Tito would like to do the same.
A young inventor accidentally creates a group of tiny robots that employ their unique abilities and teamwork to become incredibly useful--and maybe even change the world. Includes author's note on the science and uses of nano-robotics.
In this story that incorporates Spanish words, Marta explores the world of opposites and animals.
When a dragon has a temper tantrum, no one can tame him, except for a little boy with a good book.
A mother takes her son to the zoo to answer his science question.
The whimsical story a man who has spent his life delivering the messages found in ocean bottles and the day he receives a message that turns out to be a party invitation--
Ned is a pirate whose fondness for knitting annoys his captain--until one of Ned's knitted blankets saves the ship from a sea monster.
At the pet show, there are so many different types of pets! With dogs and cats, horses and chickens, hamsters and chinchillas--and many, many more--this book celebrates animal companions of all shapes and sizes--
When the gingerbread man gets separated from his class during a field trip to the zoo, he uses his teacher's animal scavenger hunt clues to find his way back to them.
Henry McHenry is trying his best to keep clean for his class photo, but his attempts to stay spotless get his classmates messy instead.
Mom is very angry. Her very favorite teapot is broken, and no one is 'fessing up. Was it Dad, sitting in his underwear reading the paper? Was it Cat, who was all tangled up in a ball of yarn? Was it Baby perched in his highchair? Or is there a surprising twist to this mystery that teaches Mom a little lesson in anger management? Bill Slavin takes a sly poke at parents in their less-than-finer moments in this funny and energetic story. --Amazon.
The Berenstain Bears imagine themselves as pirates and take to the seas.
A long time ago a mouse learned to fly... and crossed the Atlantic. But what happened next? Torben Kuhlmann's book transports readers to the moon and beyond! On the heels of Lindbergh: The Tale of a Flying Mouse comes Armstrong: A Mouse on the Moon--where dreams are determined only by the size of your imagination and the biggest innovators are the smallest of all. The book ends with a brief non-fiction history of human space travel--from Galileo's observations concerning the nature of the universe to man's first steps on the moon.
When his mother sends Herbie the young hedgehog out on his first big foraging adventure, a big wind sweeps him far from home.
Fluttershy is not a fan of the Nightmare Night celebrations, but when she feels like she may have alienated her friends, she finds a way to join in the festivities.
In rhyming text, a little girl learns the importance of saying please when she asks for anything.
Busy babies never stop moving in this joyful celebration of babyhood on the go!
Beloved children's icon Good Dog, Carl has his paws full with a mischievous baby elephant who likes backyard wading pools, playgrounds and fruit stands!
Dorothy and her dog Toto travel to the Emerald City to ask the famous Wizard of Oz for his help. Adaptation of the original novel with modern illustrations.
When the days begin to cool and the leaves change color, the magic of fall is in the air. Features gatefolds.
A bossy girl meets her match.
Poppy has the most extraordinary imagination. When she is sent upstairs to tidy her room, she just can't help imagining and suddenly ... her imagination literally comes alive. Soon her room is jam-packed with all kinds of weird and wonderful creatures. There's a problem, though - the mammoth puts his foot through the floor and the hungry crocodile thinks Poppy would make a tasty snack. Poppy needs to get rid of all these creatures fast - but how?
After watching a baseball game at Yankee Stadium, Gideon wants to get an autograph from his favorite player, Derek Jeter, but he becomes separated from his family, and ends up in a magical adventure.
One day in art class, the teacher asks Lucy and her classmates to draw pictures of what they did last weekend. Lucy draws her adventures with a pink elephant named Lila! Her classmates think she's making the whole thing up. But is she?--
A young monster resents being called a monster.
It seems that giraffes will misbehave whether attending a birthday party, going to the movies, playing in the park, or just about anything else.
Sequel to Bad pirate. The sea pup Augusta is still under pressure to fit in with the pirate ship, this time by abandoning her love for fancy things. When the rest of the crew is captured by Captain Fishmonger's mangy pirate cats, Augusta gets the chance to show just what a well-dressed, sweet-smelling, clever pup can do.
Bear likes to stare because he is curious, but it soon gets him into trouble among other animals until a goggly-eyed frog sets him straight and Bear is soon able to make lots of friends.
Told through the perspective of Mariana, a real child who knew Frida Kahlo, this story features seven paintings from the famous artist. Frida tells Mariana about her life and the accident that almost killed her. Mariana discovers how love, creativity, determination, and courage can give you wings to fly.
A little boy can't choose which instrument to play, so he decides to try them all--
Takes readers through the bedtime rituals of seven friendly monsters while making each step of the routine a guessing game!--
In a simple, evocative conversation with nature, a young girl witnesses how the season changes from summer to autumn--