Surf's up! Not yet, Dude! Books are boring! Not this one! Bro and Dude have very different ideas about how to spend the day at the beach. But as Bro continues to gasp and cheer as he reads his book (Moby Dick), Dude can't help but get curious. Before you can shout 'Surf's up!' both frogs are sharing the same adventure, that is, until they get to the beach--Excerpt from Amazon.com.
Bo Peep's sheep have gotten away from her, and as she searches for them, the naughty sheep romp through other Mother Goose nursery rhymes, creating chaos wherever they go.
Snappsy's ordinary day is interrupted by a meddling narrator--
A granddaughter recounts the reasons why her grandmother is hard to love--and why she loves her anyway.
Rabbit has lots of carrots, and when he attempts take them with him when he moves in with friends--until he realizes that the best thing to do is share his carrots with all his friends.
Best friends Sophie and Goose go to the zoo to find a friend for Goose when Sophie goes to school.
Nancy and Jojo go on a sleepover, but since it's Jojo's first one, Nancy is determined to make it fun and put her at ease, but when it's time for bed, it's Nancy who grows nervous and needs the help of her sister.
A hungry hawk is outsmarted by the rabbit he hopes to have as a meal.
Ballet Cat and her friend Butter Bear have practiced a dance to perform for an audience, but Butter Bear will need a lot of encouragement to try the super high leaps.
A child plays in the snow and experiences the sensory joys of winter and independence.
Best friends Etho and Birt love going up Sudden Hill and sitting in simple cardboard boxes imagining they are kings, soldiers, astronauts, or pirates until Shu asks to join them, and their two-by-two rhythm is disturbed.
In the bustling city of Zootopia, police officer Judy Hopps loves to solve crimes. When a Jumbo-pop ends up missing, Judy jumps to help. As clues lead her across the city, can Judy solve the case, or will she end up in a sticky situation?--Page  cover.
Yetis love snow and all things winter, but sometimes they need a dose of summer as well.
Introduces in rhyming text the collective names used for various animal groups.
Whether spending time with Papa, singing songs with Grandma, playing games with Lucy, or racing with Charlie, toddler Henry wears his family out until bedtime, when Mama is the one who wants more.
Through a series of ingenious die-cut pages, the reader discovers things that are the opposite of what they seem: A black bat transformed into a white ghost, a sunny day that becomes a starry night.~Readers can see a word and its meaning expressed through a picture, then lift the flap to see the opposite word and its meaning.
When Bizzy, an admittedly strange bird, meets Dill, a self-professed ordinary duck, it is the start of a most unusual friendship.
If the crayons cannot stop the scribble monster, this picture book and the play Frankencrayon may have to be canceled.
Bo is lonely. So he sets out to find a new friend. And that new friend just happens to be . . . an egg!--
Girl and Gorilla are best friends. Girl and gorilla want to play at the park. But how will they get there? They can... hopscotch! Or jump rope! Maybe they can just close their eyes and wish they were there! But when they open their eyes... they are not at the park. Will Girl and gorilla ever get to play in the park?
A little boy dreams about jumping in puddles and has an adventure in the process--