Every night at half past seven, Michael and his stuffed monkey go hippity-hop, hippity-hop, up the stairs to bed. But one night when Michael calls out for Monkey Moon, he's not in any of his favorite places. Dad thinks he must still be at the park, so he and Michael bundle up and head outside, into the dark street, to retrace their steps.
Bruce is a grumpy bear who likes no one and nothing but cooked eggs, but when some eggs he was planning to boil hatch and the goslings believe he is their mother, he must try to make the best of the situation.
A retelling of a fairy tale follows a young man who becomes a princess' unlikely suitor when the king and queen issue a decree that whoever presents them with the most wonderful thing in the world will win their daughter's hand in marriage.
Young Whistling Willie doesn't look like much of a cowboy. He's smiley and jolly, not tough and lean. Just the same, he always wanted to be a Texas Ranger. Too bad they're not interested in having him--until they find out that his powerful whistle can blow even the meanest ice-cream rustlers into a hole!--
This is the only picture book on the market to reassure kids that their parents can handle a date night. In this book, two children brew up increasingly wild adventures that befall mom and dad in an evening. From runaway hot air balloons to vampire movie ushers, the kids reveal that when they are nervous, their imaginative prowess kicks into high gear. For the fortunate babysitter, The Night Our Parents Went Out is the perfect way to lighten the atmosphere and make the kids feel comfortable when their parents depart.--publisher's description