What are those yummy smells at Butterbean's Café? Nickelodeon Butterbean's Café: Sweet as Pie follows the Bean Team as they bake a fairy special dessert! With five scents to scratch and sniff, this sweet-smelling story follows the fairies as they work together to bake a delicious pie. After reading the story, kids can foldout the easy-to-follow recipe at the end of the book to learn how to bake a pie just like Butterbean and her friends!--Amazon.
Ladies and Gentlemen, it's Friday night, and these kids are ready to wrestle! Join Dangerous Daddoo as he dishes out some serious moves to get the kids ready for bed. But what happens when Flying Mom Bomb gets home from work? Are the kids toast?
The students of Stanton Elementary School, which is a polling place, find out all they can about voting and then encourage everyone in their neighborhoods to cast their ballots. Creative nonfiction picture book: includes additional facts and historical details.
Carol Olivia Clementine lives with Mama Rose. Mama Rose is tender and sweet. She is also as stern and demanding as any good parent should be. Though Carol Olivia misses her mother and father, Mama Rose becomes her home. And Carol Olivia concludes that she loves her just like a mama.
In simple text, a young boy watches how nature changes from winter into spring.
From famous monuments to family homes, it's lights out for everyone around the world who participates in Earth Hour--the annual event that honors energy conservation and addresses climate change by encouraging everyone to turn off their lights for one hour on a specific date each March.--
When a lizard appears in the neighborhood of Chiado, in Lisbon, it surprises passers-by, and mobilizes firefighters and the army--
A powerful look at the evolution of voting rights in the United States, from our nation's founding to the present day--
This heartwarming picture book (based on a true story) depicts a day in the life of Hosea Taylor, a musician who--with his charm, talent, and generosity--brought joy to everyone he met. Includes author's note.
Frederick Douglass knew that learning to read and write would be the first step in his quest for freedom. Told from first-person perspective and using some of Douglass's own words, this biography draws from his experiences as a young boy and his attempts to learn how to read and write.--
The beautiful story of diversity follows a young girl named Kanzi whose most treasured reminder of her old home provides a pathway for acceptance in her new one.
Lost Doggy Drama is the perfect book for anyone who has ever lost a beloved friend. Poor Riley is old and sick. Her little sister Lucy tells the story of the awful day that Riley wandered away. Lucy and the family search and search, but finally realize that maybe Riley doesn t want to be found. Lost Doggy Drama is the story of an old friend who ends things her way, and teaches her family to focus on the happy times they shared.--Amazon.
Discover all the bright colors and shades of love with the crayons.
Lola Dutch loves all of her animal friends, so when three of them are having a bad day she sets out to help them feel better.
Discover the true meaning of being brave in this tender and whimsical picture book from Daniel Bernstrom (One Day in the Eucalytus, Eucalyptus Tree) and Shane Evans (Chocolate Me!) that follows a grandfather and grandson who travel through time in a beloved 1952 Ford.
Shailey loves bedtime until her father gets distracted by a new job, so she advertises for a replacement Bedtime Storyteller and finds herself interviewing her favorite fairytale characters.
A girl named Ruth Anne tells the story of her family's train journey from North Carolina to New York City as part of the Great Migration--
Paul Cézanne longs to be a great painter, but even with the advice of his friends Monet and Pissarro, no one, not even his parrot, is impressed with his work.
After his brothers and sisters ruin his favorite alphabet book, Teetu the bunny has had enough of his big bunny family! When he sneaks off into the night, what he discovers is more marvelous than he ever dreamed. He sees animals and trees and beauty and moonlight, and puts his adventures into a new book he creates all by himself. But soon Teetu tires of being alone, and just as it gets to be too much...a big fluffy surprise comes to save the day!--
The world comes to life on a snow-melting day.
Helps children consider the colors of their everyday lives . . . and imagine how others around the world experience the very same things--
An illustrated, joyful celebration of African-American boys' hairstyles--
When a little girl has doubts about the color of her skin, her mother shows her all the wonderful, beautiful things brown can be! This message of self-love and acceptance uses rich, dreamy illustrations to celebrate the color using all the senses: sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing --
Lu and her friends spot patterns in their daily activities, including patterns found in music, weather, time, play, shapes, nature, math, and language.
An astonishingly disagreeable ant meets his match in this pitch-perfect picture book comedy from Arthur Yorinks and Sergio Ruzzier. Was there ever an ant as mean as this mean ant? Not likely. This ant is so mean that leaves fall off trees when he walks by. This ant is so mean that grapes shrivel when he looks at them. But when this mean ant finds himself lost in the desert and meets a fly that defies explanation . . . well, nothing is the same again. With this first in a planned trilogy, celebrated picture book creators Arthur Yorinks and Sergio Ruzzier team up for a hilariously slapstick tale that will make a raucous read-aloud for any storytime.
Siblings Bonnie and Ben impress Skinny Doug with their ability to recite nursery rhymes.--
Meg goes to Maker School to hone her talent for building with boxes, but when Simone, another boxitect, arrives they become so competitive they nearly fail in the annual Maker Match.