Sally loved taking baths. It wasn't because the water was full of bubbles ... or because she had the bathroom all to herself ... and it was not because she always came out squeaky clean ... Sally loved taking baths because it was the only time she could talk to the little boy who lived down the drain. Sally found out about him when her mother sang to Sally's baby brother about Baa Baa Black Sheep and his three bags of wool ... one of which went to the little boy who lived down the drain. And thus a friendship was born. Every bath that Sally took was devoted to finding more out about her new friend.--Amazon.com.
After being dropped off at her grandmother's house, a young girl and her grandmother spend the evening dancing to rock and roll music.
Wolf lives alone in the forest. As spring approaches, he goes looking for love.
Celebrating thirty years of Where's Waldo?, this exclusive anniversary edition showcases Waldo's most amazing adventures. Journey with him as he revisits twelve terrific destinations, each one with a brand-new game and more searches. Wow! HAVE YOU FOUND WALDO YET? --back cover.
When Chewbacca and Rey travel to an island on the planet Ahch-To in search of Luke Skywalker, they meet the porgs, who must learn to share their island with the Wookie.
Finn and Rose go undercover in a secret operation for the Resistance.
What happens when a snake swallows a skink to catch the tick that made her tummy hop and kick? Will she be sick?
While other birds are seeing the world, George the duck is content to stay at home--or so it seems until he confesses the truth to Pascal, a visiting bear.
The sibling duo from Hat On, Hat Off are back in another household adventure, exploring and playing in the kitchen. These little ones know baking is hard work and messy work, but it sure is fun. Put on an apron, gather ingredients, measure the flour try to keep kitty off the counter! Wash sticky fingers, and let mommy put the cakes in the oven. Waiting is the hardest part, but time flies for these playmates whose patience is rewarded with more than just baby cakes.
Illustrations and rhyming text celebrate kisses received from all sorts of families over the course of a year.
Sheltering in a cavern, Chirri and Chirra enjoy sweet treats, a game of marbles, soaking in a hot spring, and a comfortable rest in an igloo that is just the right size. --
A young girl and her wheelchair-bound father share many special moments because she treasures all they can do together, although he apologizes for not being able to do more.
Snickerdoodle knows he should not touch Nana's birthday cake, but eating just a tiny crumb leads to a big problem.
Goat lives in a petting zoo--but doesn't like to be touched!--
A little boy who is disappointed by the seven steps in his Superhero Instruction Guide gets a glimpse of true heroism.~Tendría que haber un manual para esto. -- Back cover.
Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text celebrate the many things friends can enjoy doing together.
Poor Porcupine just cannot be hugged-his quills are too spikey! Each night, before settling down to sleep, all of Porcupine's forest friends hug each other goodnight. All except Porcupine, who feels left out--and grumpy! But when Armadillo shows him what a warm, fuzzy kiss is (even for a porcupine!), Porcupine is delighted and cannot wait to show his friends. With adorable art, Zoe Waring's story of making the most out of your physical limitations is sure to win hearts.