In this stunningly illustrated introduction to the world's most beautiful birds, Jean Roussen and Emmanuelle Walker pay homage to an alphabet of birds in all their feathery fancies. From Warblers to Blue-tits and Kakapos to Owls, Roussen's playful, melodic poem is complemented beautifully by Walker's delicate illustrations.
Seaver is an orb spider with a sky full of inspiration. His siblings prefer traditional round webs and aren't afraid to let him know. But Seaver doesn't mind! He loves his new shapes and isn't afraid to stand out--
When Max learns that his mother is going to have a baby, he talks and sings to his unborn sibling but he cannot seem to make the baby come out sooner.
A host of animals portrays all kinds of non-traditional families--~A story presented as a series of framed portraits features animals in dozens of combinations that represent and celebrate all kinds of non-traditional families.
Two siblings provide instructions for how to surprise one's dad, including surprises you can make, do, or find--and how to plan a Special Day surprise party for him--
A young fly imitates his garden insect friends to try to figure out what he's best at--
Mr. and Mrs. Dullard move their family to a boring town to avoid any excitment in their lives--
All the orangutans are ready for a nap in the sleepy depths of the afternoon--all except one. Written in a series of linked poems in the tanka style, an ancient Japanese form of poetry.
When Goldie gets sick and can't make the cholent, her neighbors bring dishes they made to share with each other.
During a family camp-out, a young girl asks many questions about what they will do, how she can help, and what they see and hear.
Dinosaur spends a day helping his mother, from the time he roars to awaken her until their final contest at bedtime.
Congratulations! You have a new baby in your family. Just follow our simple tips and you'll all be very happy... Don't send your baby to play with an elephant, lend him to a kangaroo, or give the baby to an octopus to cuddle. And never let your baby take the dog for a walk! This funny, warm-hearted picture book is perfect for the whole family to share--Page  of cover.
Lots of people practice a religion. What is similar about people's religious beliefs? How are people's religions different? A curious kid explores these questions within his/her family and among neighbors and friends--
How do fat monkeys get thin? Chakrapani the monkey chieftain decides that the only way for his tribe of monkeys to lose weight is by going on a fast. But can hungry monkeys really stop eating for a day?--Back cover.
A little girl collects wildflowers while on a walk with her distracted father. Each flower becomes a gift, and whether the gift is noticed or ignored, both giver and recipient are transformed by their encounter. This wordless picture book, conceived by award-winning poet JonArno Lawson and beautifully brought to life by illustrator Sydney Smith, is an ode to the importance of small things, small people and small gestures.
Illuminated by exquisite photographs of eleven species of birds, a spare poem inspires readers to open their wings and soar--Publisher's website.
It's a sweet, juicy peach! A big round peach has fallen to the ground. Six animal friends are eager to gobble it up, but which one will be the first to take a bite? Each animal wants to eat first--but there's a delicious surprise ahead for all! Elementary math concepts that relate to comparing, sorting, ordering, and measuring expand the lighthearted story about friendship--and competition--Page  of cover.
At the beach, Pinkalicious and her brother help a tiny mermaid, a merminnie, to go back home.
When Sophie's new sister won't stop crying, only two-year-old Sophie can communicate with her, even if she isn't using her words as her parents want her to--
Very strange noises that keep awakening the Wimbledon family one night have an even stranger source.
All of the chickens in the farmyard lay eggs regularly-- all except for P. Zonka, that is. She's too busy looking at the colors of the world around her. The other chickens think P. Zonka's just lazy...until she lays the most beautiful egg they've ever seen--