Oliver and Dad have spent a fun summer together but when it comes time for the first day of school, Dad discovers that he is not ready and does everything he can to postpone the big day.
When Sam catches the Jampires who've been sucking his jelly doughnuts dry, they invite him to fly with them to their dessert-filled faraway land.
When little Seth the snake is born he cannot bear the noises that all the jungle animals make, and when his mother urges him to speak, the only thing he wants to say is Shhh.
I'm not a baby anymore, believe me. I can walk backwards without falling over...almost! The latest book from award-winning illustrator Beatrice Alemagna is a tender and humorous reflection on toddlerhood that will strike a chord with parents and toddlers alike. Boubo is eager to show that he's not a baby anymore - he knows he is on his way to being a 'big kid' and is proud to demonstrate his new-found abilities to prove his case. Little Big Boubo portrays a unique stage of child development with empathy and humour, and is a delightful celebration of a parent's love from one of the most prominent and exciting illustrators working today.
All Sophie wants for her birthday is a pet giraffe, but as she tries to convince different members of her rather complicated family to support her cause, each tells her she is using too many words until she finally hits on the perfect one. Includes glossary.
A black dog and a white dog play together all day, and at night the black dog dreams of the jungle and its animals, and the white dog dreams of the arctic. Ipcar's artwork in this new edition has been restored and remastered.
Two sisters, Cadence and Emi, show great persistence and ingenuity in trying to persuade their father they are ready to adopt a puppy.
A visit to the state fair cements the friendship between a boy and a goat who are very different from one another.
When the power goes off one night, Nina conquers her fear of the dark by going out and trapping one of the fireflies lighting up the sky, and she has fun playing with him until she realizes his light is growing ever dimmer and she must set him free.
Stick and Stone are both lonely until Pinecone's teasing causes one to stick up for the other, and a solid friendship is formed.
Oliver the elephant loves playing hide-and-seek but cannot tag his friends, Lulu and Charlie, when they hide in trees--their favorite spots--so they work together to find a tree where all three can play together.
Wordless picture book about a boy who loses his paper boat in the rain--
Polar Bear has lost his underwear and he asks his friend, Mouse, to help him find it.
Bulldozer wants to invite all of his coworkers to a party to celebrate his special day, but to them it's just another day for scooping, sifting, stirring, and more.
A story about a rude cake who never says please or thank you or listens to its parents, and a Giant Cyclops who is polite.
In this modern-day parody of Kay Thompson's Eloise, a six-year-old girl named Ella charms and terrorizes the very hip city hotel where she lives--
Rhyming text tells of a boy's birthday at Coney Island, while each turn of the page reveals a new meaning for an oronym--a pair of words or phrases which sound the same but have different spellings and meanings.
Edmond the squirrel shares a tree with George, an owl who loves costumes, and Harry the bear, who throws wonderful parties that turn out even better when Edmond overcomes his shyness and joins in.
Peanut Butter sets out with his soccer ball to find a friend after moving to a new town, but everyone from Hamburger to Soup seems to be too busy to play.
Sadie, who is about to start second grade, decides it is up to her to make sure her little sister, Eva, is ready for kindergarten.
Let's make this mystery history. Pipsie loves everything wild--from dragonflies to oceans to tall, tall trees. She also loves solving mysteries. That's why she and her turtle Alfred notice that their new friend Frannie the caterpillar has vanished. Pipsie is on the case. She grabs her magnifying glass, goes to her treehouse headquarters, and begins to search for clues.
Surfer Indi's playground is the beach and she never gives up.
Goose follows Sophie to school.--
Meet Yak and Gnu. Two best friends who love to row and sing. But who will they meet on their journey down the river? This hilarious rhyming tale is full of adventurous animals and boats galore.