When the turtles discover that Shredder has been stealing cars around the city, they chase him to a location only to find that it is an ambush and require the help of Michelangelo's nacho cheese cannon to foil the evildoer's plot.
Thomas becomes a substitute scarecrow when the local farmer needs some extra help.
Wally the sheep does not want to get the haircut he really needs, even after all the other farm animals get new hairdos, but when his shaggy wool gets him in trouble, he has no choice but to ask for a trim.
Little Angus wakes up angry, and decides to run away from home when his mother scolds him for being rude--but he is very soon lost, hungry, and more than a little frightened.
Follows the antics of a happy little girl who explains how sucking her thumb is comforting and that her parents do not need to worry about it.
A young boy who thinks baths are dumb, dangerous, and a complete waste of time changes his mind after finally getting into the tub with his toy boat.
In this version of Little Red Riding Hood, set on the African plains, Little Red realizes what the Very Hungry Lion is up to, and teaches him a lesson before generously sharing her donuts with him.
Max's big sister Ruby and her best friend Louise play school with their younger siblings--
Penny knows that her mother works for somebody called the POTUS, but she does not know what that means, and the odd name seems to her to imply some kind of friendly monster.
A little boy makes his bedtime an exciting adventure, as he imagines Batman preparing to fight crime in Gotham City.
Scarlett uses adjectives to describe the animal she sees to Arjun and William as they take a walk through the woods. Just how big is that animal?--
Nora, William, and Arjun use adverbs to describe their actions while getting a boat ride from Arjun's dad. How fast can the boat go?--
Scarlett, Ping, and Arjun have fun with nouns as they play outside on a snow day--
Scarlett, Nora, and Bernard use interjections while they learn about spiders after one bites Scarlett. Ouch!--
Arjun, Nora, and Ping use conjunctions to join up parts of their sentences while they make pizza. Will they have anchovies or jalapeños?--
When her parents take her on exotic vacations, Princess Easy Pleasy is impossible to please, but when she sees that the alternative is being bored at home, she changes her behavior.
Ping uses verbs to explain to William what the bear outside Bernard's cabin is doing. Readers learn the different jobs of verbs in a sentence--
William and Ping use pronouns as they get ready for Bernard's surprise birthday party. Someone ate the cake! But who ate it? They need to find out!--
Scarlett, Ping, Bernard, and William use prepositions as they play hide-and-seek at the farm. Scarlett finds everyone, but there is a noise in the loft. Who is up there?--
There doesn't seem to be anything going on in this book right now. You see, everybody's asleep. The monsters are making an awful lot of noise--snoring and grumbling, tapping and chattering. After such a long sleep, what happens if they wake up and are feeling hungry? Any little monsters around better watch out!--
On the way to grandmother's house, a young child's constant refrain of Are we there yet? turns a boring car trip into an imaginative adventure.
Barbie is a cosmic princess who flies high on her hoverboard through a far-off universe with her adorable and devoted pet sidekick, Pupcorn. One day, everything changes when the twinkling stars start to dim and slow their dance in the sky. Barbie travels to a beautiful new planet to join a special rescue team on a mission to save the stars.
Based on the upcoming Thomas & Friends movie, this paperback storybook features two stories.
Expecting a dog for her birthday, a girl is upset and furious when she gets a tortoise instead, but soon learns that even a tortoise can be a good pet.
A boy tells us all the amazing things that happen on Saturday--
A nonfiction picture book about coyotes hunting in suburban neighborhoods at night.--
Two grandmas. Two delicious recipes. Sophie loves Bubbe's Jewish chicken soup, made with kreplach. She also loves Nai Nai's Chinese chicken soup, with wonton. But don't tell Bubbe and Nai Nai that their soups are the same!--
In this playful, interactive introduction to ideas of perspective, you're invited to guess the seven animals that hide in the book's pages. It may sound easy but, at first, you can only see the animals right up close...and things look so different from up close and faraway! What looks like an elephant's trunk might actually be a little birdie's tail ...and those two googly eyes? Well, when we zoom out, they don't really look like eyes at all!
A beautifully illustrated, graphic ABC book featuring all things that go!--Provided by publisher.
This ABC has special power. It will make you fall asleep. Fast asleep. It never fails. Look! Even the title of the book has fallen asleep, ABZzz ...--
Presents a device that looks like a book that can reveal the monsters all around, two of whom provide advice and suggestions for using it.
When asked about his summer vacation, a boy spins a wild tale of globe-spanning adventures.
A reluctant monster allows the reader to play with his book.
Doctor Nice spends a busy morning helping his patients with various winter ailments, including Moose, who caught cold after falling through the ice, and the goat kids, who have headaches from head-butting while playing hockey.
When the Mystical Crystals of Life are stolen from the Super Happy Magic Forest--where everybody parties all the time--five unlikely heroes are chosen to go on a quest to retrieve them.
Oskar and and his bear Theodore must save the day when an angry monster barges into the library ... and thinks it's an all-you-can-eat buffet!--
Sometimes Toby likes being a cat more than a boy, so when it is time to go to school he becomes a timid kitten, but after gathering his courage, he soon learns that everything is more fun with friends.
Read about the Sith, dark warriors who crave power.
A spunky, bilingual, multiracial girl finds her own way to conquer her fear of the nighttime monster that mysteriously appears in her home. Includes author's note and glossary--
Maggi's mother persuades her to go to the park and make new friends, even though her best friend, Milo, cannot join her because he is a dog.
Mitzi Tulane uses her detective skills to discover her own birthday cake.
Zander is a monster. And monsters don't have friends. But one day Zander meets Bird, and a strange thing happens. They start to spend some time together. Zander even tells Bird a secret no one else knows about. When another monster asks, Is that your friend? Zander says no ... but is that true?--
A terrifying Tyrannosaurus rex spends his days raging through the jungle and scaring all the other dinosaurs until one night a tiny dinosaur hatches from an abandoned egg and decides that the big dinosaur is his father.
Show and Tell in Mrs. Mueller's classroom is full of wordplay--though not intentionally.
Freddy is nervous about his first day of school since it's big, it's far away, and it's full of strangers, but luckily, he remembers that he has work to do in space and Freddy's space adventures just may get him ready for his big day back on Earth.
After a noisy summer, Freckleface Strawberry and her friends return to school where the only time they should be loud is at recess, but Windy Pants Patrick cannot remember to use his indoor voice, and that comes in handy before the day is through.
Doc finds a cute toy kitten that needs a new home. When Lambie meets the kitty, it's love at first sight. But anytime Lambie or the toys get close, the kitten runs away! Can Doc help?
Spider-Man teams up with Ms. Marvel, Rocket and Groot, Ant-Man, and Falcon, among others, in this collection of stories.