When Daisy Ramona zooms around her neighborhood with her papi on his motorcycle, she sees the people and places she's always known. She also sees a community that is rapidly changing around her. But as the sun sets purple-blue-gold behind Daisy Ramona and her papi, she knows that the love she feels will always be there. With vivid illustrations and text bursting with heart, My Papi Has a Motorcycle is a young girl's love letter to her hardworking dad and to memories of home that we hold close in the midst of change.--
Nelly and her beagle Bagel set out on a tour of their home, New York City, in search of the Big Apple.
Invites young readers to follow along as Puppy tries to build a bed for himself using different-shaped blocks.
When his neighbors give a variety of answers to the question What is a good day? Daniel writes a poem about the everyday activities that give them joy.
A little girl's daddy steps in to help her arrange her curly, coiling, wild hair into styles that allow her to be her natural, beautiful self.
Abner the duck and Ian the prairie dog are stuck sideways on the book's pages, and they will need the reader's help to set things right for storytime.--
Woody's new kid, Bonnie, creates Forky out of some art supplies, and to the surprise of the toys, Forky came to life. When Forky runs away, Woody goes after him and along the way meets up with an old friend.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text celebrate babies as they play, make trouble, think, and nap.
In this version of the classic tale, a girl climbs to the top of a giant beanstalk, where she uses her quick wits to outsmart a giant and make her and her mother's fortune.
A wordless picture book in which a fisherman finds a whale caught in fishing nets and sets it free. Includes author's note about the environmental impact of contemporary commercial fishing practices.
Two children looking up at the night sky wonder what kind of creatures and planets exist in other parts of the universe.
A boy named Thomas finds pieces of sea glass on the beach and dreams of where they came from.
Every year, I stay in the same cabin at the beach with my family, and every year Chicken Smith's here too, with his Dad and his dog, Jelly. But this year, something's different. As we hang on the words of the narrator, we learn of the legendary Chicken Smith and the beachside town that has been the backdrop to their school-holiday adventures for years. But will Chicken Smith turn up this year? Or will a friendship of a different kind blossom. A story about childhood friendship, the inevitability of change and the magic of anticipation.
As a little boy gets ready for bed, the sounds of a wild storm echo around him, lulling him to sleep. From the crash of thunder to the pitter-patter of raindrops to the beat of passing cars, the music of the city creates a cozy bedtime soundtrack--
Two young Ojibwe brothers, Niigaanii and Bineshiinh, look to the stars and spin stories, some inspired by Uncle and some of their own making, as they remember their grandmother.
Daisy Ramona takes a trip around the neighborhood with her father on his motorcycle and sees familiar people and places but also a community that is rapidly changing around her.
A father tells his child about his love, fear, and joy in being her parent.
A young girl enjoys taking care of her father through a day of ordinary activities, and encouraging him to be anything he wants when he grows up--as long as she can be part of it.
A little racoon recounts the wonderful times he has growing up with his father.~A young raccoon dreams of growing up to be just like his dad, who can climb to the top of the tallest mountain and is brave enough to deal with scary monsters, but also knows how to have fun like a little kid.
All moms are amazing, and the mom in this story is no exception. She doesn't wear a cape or fly around, but she runs for the bus so fast it feels like flying; uses her superstrength to carry her daughter's boots, coat, bag, and scooter; and can make bumps and bruises better with just a kiss. Maybe moms really do have superpowers!
A young boy and his family celebrate his favorite day, Independence Day, by seeing a parade, having a picnic, watching a talent show, and enjoying fireworks.
Throughout the animal kingdom and within snug houses, fathers express love for their children in their own unique ways. Includes facts about the animals featured.
Pug dad Diego fills many roles in his puppies' lives, from comforter to example-setter.
A heartwarming sea otter rescue story. Washed ashore alone, a tiny sea otter pup needs help! Soon, a rescuer is there, to take her in and keep her warm and fed. The pup faces challenges in her new life without her sea otter family. But with the love and care of her rescuer, she flourishes in her new home. Inspired by a true story, this is a heartwarming and hopeful tale about family and love.--Amazon.
Flick's dog, Benson, is a very good boy. He waits for her at home and he never chases anything . . . or so Flick thinks. One day, when Flick leaves for school, Benson chases a cat into the back garden, over the fence, and into the park, where he pursues a squirrel. A ball catches his eye and he follows it into the pond--and then he runs, dripping wet, through the middle of a picnic lunch, stealing a sausage. As the picnickers shout, Go home, Benson!, he races back across town, darting through the back door just as Flick arrives home from school. Have you been a good boy, Benson? Did you stay? Flick asks. Only the reader really knows what Benson has been doing all day--Publisher.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text explore the nature of connection and relationships.
An interactive picture-book story features a little mouse host who invites readers to help prepare for a visit from an unlikely tiger friend.
Through the changing seasons, a couple waits for their baby while the animals in the forest and ocean near their home welcome their own young. The rhyming text describes the parents' emotions and dreams as they wait to welcome their new baby and tells the child, as it grows, how much they were loved and wanted even before they were born.--
A flock of lambs mishears the word landslide as lambslide and begins a campaign to have one built for them on the farm.
A couple celebrates their new roles as parents by spending the first days of their baby's life alone in their home, where a new dynamic of cuddling, connecting, and learning unfolds.
Oscar the Grouch shares all of his grouchy secrets on being a grouch!--Amazon.
Every spring, birds small enough to fit in the palm of your hand fly two thousand miles north to lay their eggs. This is the story of one tiny hummingbird's amazing journey.
Although she does not want to leave her mother's warm bed, Annie decides to visit the store under her bed, run by a little white goat, and meets fellow shoppers along the way. Includes notes about the original folk song.
Two dogs--one big, and one little--approach the same outdoor adventure in very different ways--
Playful text and cozy illustrations explore the unavoidable stages of dealing with a cold.--
When Jake, the best athlete in his class, breaks his leg just before the Color Day contest, he contributes by coaching his teammates and baking them cupcakes. Includes tips about baking.
How do you picture the sky?--
As the seasons turn, Maisie rides her bull in and out of Dada's tall tales. Her Mama wears linen and plays the viola. Her Dada wears kente cloth and plays the marimba. They come from different places, but they hug her in the same way. And most of all, they love her just the same. A joyful celebration of a mixed-race family and the love that binds us all together.--
Under a burning sun on the dry grassland, animals ranging from a tiny field mouse to a large elephant fight over bit of shade until they learn a better way.
Felix brings the same lunch to school every day: sprouts on buttered oat bread. He will also eat pasta with butter. And he loves macaroni and cheese. No need to try anything new. Then, on the night of Fiona's half-birthday celebration, Felix finds himself in a pickle. Will he leave the restaurant hungry, or can Fiona finally persuade him to widen his food horizons? -- jacket.
In this introduction to the concept of earning money, an exuberant bunny learns that fame and fortune must be earned--
Who wouldn't want to be just like mommy, when she is loving and silly, creative and practical? She also knows how to have fun, and even if she messes up, it's never a big deal. Mum can deal with any situation, turning disaster into joy, and tears into laughter.
A hungry but finicky king wants Wobbly Bob as his new cook, but must pitch in to do everything the cook is afraid to do, from fishing to frying.
An introduction to the alphabet that features make-believe animals, including the Anonymouse, Kangarude, and Rocktopus.
Where, oh where, could Bessie be? When Bessie hears the farmer counting his cows, she thinks he's starting a game of hide-and-seek. She hurries off to hide, determined to be the winner--but she's the only one playing! When her hiding spot walks away, she follows it...right off the farm! Ready or not, here comes the farmer! Will Bessie find the perfect place to hide?
In this DC Comics picture book, the heroic adventures of the Justice League mirror the extraordinary lives of real-life children and their diverse families. With bold illustrations and poetic text, this story makes all families--no matter how big or how small--feel out of this world!--Jacket.
Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text follow a construction worker and her crew through a day of drilling, digging, crawling, and clanging.
Forky, a toy created by Bonnie, gets new friends at Bonnie's school when the teacher announces that all the kids will be making craft buddies.
There are so many many things to discover in every season of the year! Hidden in Philip Giordano's detailed and lavish scenes are many creatures, plants, and things that are iconic elements of each season, just waiting to be uncovered by young children. Get ready to turn the wheels, seek, and find!--Back cover.
A little rhino charges around his house and school. Everyone reminds him to be more careful, but his clumsiness continues. Will he remember to be gentle when it's most important?
View a mother through the eyes of her son as they play, cook, and imagine together.
Read along and lift the flaps to see how a host of characters from Disney and Pixar stories work together.
Asha travels with her parents from America to India to mourn her grandmother's passing. Asha's grief and anger are compounded by the empty yellow suitcase usually reserved for gifts to and from Grandma. What memories will Asha's yellow suitcase hold now that grandmother is gone?--
Gia and her father's camping trip is nearly ruined by his forgetfulness, but her sewing skills help to save the day.
When Arun and Keya find a beehive that is caving in, they ask their neighbor, Dr. Chen, who is a beekeeper, for help.
When Mia wins a one-of-a-kind dolphin statue at the fair, her twin brother Mason wants it for his collection.
Friends play hide-and-seek in the meadow on a beautiful summer day.
Presents an adaptation of the Itsy Bitsy Spider, in which Pete and his friends know just how to help the spider succeed.
A sensitive girl imagines transforming herself into different animals to help manage her intense emotions during difficult situations at school.
A wordless picture book that shows what the figures on road signs do when no one is around to see them.
Rhyming text and appealing illustrations highlight children from various places around the world engaging in many of the same activities as they get ready for bed. Young readers will learn how to say good night in eleven different languages including Mandarin, Russian, Italian, Finnish, Swahili, Spanish, Arabic, Hindi, German, French, and Korean.
Follow a sad little fact who is locked away for telling the truth. In its underground prison, it meets other facts, all hidden away because they could not lie. Finally, with the help of a few skillful fact-finders, the facts are set free--
A small dog named Baked Potato is lost and searching for his lady owner, but neither the grumpy dog or the fox are helpful, and his strange name creates confusion--until owl explains that, whatever he is called, he is really a dog.
Lottie secretly knows there is a shark in the pool waiting to eat her, until her new walrus friend, Walter, helps her to conquer her fear.
Every day is filled with opportunities to wonder... what if? It explores scenarios that span the spectrum from silly to serious, gently examining both the anxieties and curiosities of everyday life. Wondering what might happen helps expand our imaginations, whether the options are humorous or thought-provoking-- or both!
The author meditates on the search for an idea, and the wonderful feeling when the right idea comes along, unleashing the creative process.
When Isabella has a day off from school, her parents suggest going somewhere special. Isabella knows that home is special, but she humors them anyway and begins to imagine places they could go, turning to some of history's most famous artists for inspiration. Perhaps they could go to The Boating Party, see Dancers In Blue, or admire The Starry Night. But can Isabella paint pictures inspiring enough to show her parents that home is actually the most wondrous place of all?--Amazon.
Children from different kinds of families demonstrate the original meanings of the colors in the rainbow flag, and then come together at a Pride parade.
On Friday, Llama will destroy the world.--Page  of cover.
When Princess Jasmine leaves her palace, she meets Aladdin. With the help from a wish-granting genie, can Aladdin and Jasmine save the kingdom from a power-hungry sorcerer?~Cuando la princesa Jasmín deja su palacio, se encuentra con Aladdín. Con la ayuda de un genio que concede los deseos ¿podrán Aladdín y Jasmín salvar el reino de un hechicero hambriento de poder?
Daniel gets his first haircut from Nana Platypus.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text invite the reader to make everything from a tower to a charitable donation, alone or with neighbors.
One magical day, Ollie's stuffed bunny comes to life and they share an adventure.
Follows a busy mouse as he drives a delivery car, enjoys Cake Day with friends, goes for a cab ride around town, and shares popcorn with his brother at the movies.
Told in rhyme, a little boy, tucked into his bed, thinks of all the wonderful and ordinary things he will see and do tomorrow. --
Greta wants to go on an overnight trip with her mother and her friend, but first she must find a way to make their plant-watering robot feed the cat while they are away.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text follow Mrs. Garcia's class on a hunt in and around school for examples onomatopoeia--words that imitate the sound of what they name.
Yum Guacamole! That's what Little Red Hen craves, and she could use some help gathering and mashing the ingredients. So she asks Armadillo, Iguana, Coati, and Snake to lend a hand, but they all refuse. Of course, after Little Red Hen works hard to make the scrumptious fresh guac, all the animals want a taste. She gives her friends what they asked for, but with a spicy surprise they'll never forget!--
Busy observing the world, Queenie Quail is often admonished to keep up with her parents and nine siblings. When Queenie's watchful eye spots a cat in the grass, she rescues her family from danger and teaches them the value of slowing down.--
Hansel and Gretel will not listen to their storyteller. For one thing, who leaves a trail of bread crumbs lying around, when there are people starving? Not Hansel, that's for sure! And that sweet old lady who lives in a house made of cookies and candy? There's no way she's an evil witch! As for Gretel, well, she's about to set the record straight--after all, who says the story can't be called Gretel and Hansel? It's time for these wacky siblings to take their fairy tale into their own hands. So sit back and enjoy the gingerbread!
A retelling of Bryant's classic story depicts a little pink Rosebud whose determined friends encourage her to leave her home deep under the ground and blossom into the beautiful rose she was always meant to be--Amazon.com.