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Room On The Broom
The witch and her cat are happily flying through the sky on a broomstick when the wind picks up and blows away the witch's hat, then her bow, and then her wand! Luckily, three helpful animals find the missing items, and all they want in return is a ride on the broom. But is there room on the broom for so many friends? And when disaster strikes, will they be able to save the witch from a hungry dragon?
Brief rhyming clues invite the reader to look through holes in the pages for a baby's view of the world from breakfast to bedtime.
The Piggy in the Puddle
Unable to persuade a young pig from frolicking in the mud, her family finally joins her for a mud party. SC.
Thanks A Million
In sixteen extraordinary poems that range in form from a haiku to a rebus to a riddle, Nikki Grimes reminds us how wonderful it is to feel thankful, and how powerful a simple "thank you" can be.
Hopkins, Lee Bennett
Inventions can be big, like roller coasters, or small, like crayons. And inventors can be scientists or athletes or even boys and girls! It's hard to imagine life without Popsicles, basketball, or Band-Aids, but they all started with just one person and a little imagination. With sixteen original poems selected by Lee Bennett Hopkins and Julia Sarcone-Roach's imaginative artwork, Incredible Inventions celebrates creativity that comes in all shapes and sizes.
The Littlest Family's Big Day
Martin, Emily Winfield
Who is only under 5 inches tall and has just moved to the woods? The cutest and littlest bear family you have ever seen--and their adopted teeny tiny fox tot! What happens when they venture out to explore their new world...?With an easy-to-read story and the careful brushstrokes of Emily Winfield Martin's illustrations, The Littlest Family's Big Day captures the mystery and magic of the woods. Inspired by classic children’s books such as The Littlest Fur Family and Dream Animals, this is a radiant treasure to be cherished for generations.
In her much-anticipated third collection of poetry, celebrated author Loris Lesynski explores the often frustrating ways in which our brains work. With her usual wit and irreverence, Loris presents jazzy, fun poems that speak to all of us. Who hasn't been perplexed by spelling or chased in the night by an idea that won't go away. Sometimes I'm a genius. Sometimes I'm a whiz. Sometimes I's a cabbagehead But even when I is, Dazzling dreams are going on, New ideas rock, My mind is always mine And knows I'll listen to it talk. Once again, Loris demonstrates how much fun poetry, and everyday life, can be! Her poetry begs to be read out loud, and children and adults will find themselves unable to resist snapping their fingers and chanting along!
Little Baby Buttercup
In this delightful love letter to a growing child, Linda Ashman and You Byun celebrate the magic of those fleeting days of early childhood. Their lively read-aloud shows the delight to be found in the world of a toddler. Every day brings new milestones and adventure - and little Buttercup is eager to reach out and experience it all, while her mother is always eager to reach out with a hug. Rhyming text captures a mother and baby's joy in their shared time, and charming paintings make all the moments - both quiet and boisterous - shine.
Up Verses Down: Poems, Paintings, and Serious Nonsense
This stupendous poetry collection is full of zany characters - from Sleepy LaFeete, who chooses to snooze in the busiest spots, to Mister Adam Hatter and the Lovely Lady Wigg, who had a fig banquet and danced a fancy jig, to a guy named Rexx who uses exxtra Xs every now and then. It’s an irresistible feast: whimsical, hilarious, and always inspired. Calef Brown - master of wordplay and whimsy - serves up a spectacular verbal and visual banquet!
Who hasn’t dreamed of flying? In this enchanting bedtime poem by Canada’s Father Goose, a crotchety wizard shares his secret spell for taking flight.
The Night Before the New Pet
It's the night before the adoption of a puppy and the whole family can hardly wait. Everyone helps prepare: they buy treats, set up a crate, and discuss what they should name the pet. When they get to the shelter, they see all kinds of dogs - until they spot the perfect one for them. But a last-minute surprise makes things twice as exciting!
Tomorrow Is Waiting
A touching, timeless book about a parent's everlasting love for their child--and all of the potential their child has within.Tonight as you sleepA new day stirsEach kiss goodnightIs a wish for tomorrow...As a child dreams, their parent imagines everything they will someday be: independent and imaginative, kind and courageous, a listener and a leader. And each hopeful, heartfelt wish is paired with a promise of love.Tender and moving, Tomorrow Is Waiting is a modern celebration of the dreams we have for our children for finding their place in the world, and for how they will make it a better world. A perfect gift for baby showers, birthdays, and graduation, it's a book that will be treasured, passed down, read and loved--again, and again, and again.
Mice Squeak, We Speak
Three children lead us through a menagerie of animals and the sounds they make. Young children won't be able to resist roaring, hooting, and neighing along! Ages 2 to 6.
You Read To Me, I'll Read To You
Hoberman, Mary Ann
This unique book "in two voices" uses traditional reading techniques - rhyme, rhythm, and repetition - to invite young children to read along with an adult. Featuring childlike themes such as friendship, family, and pets, and full of clever wordplay and humor, this book is a unique celebration of the joys of reading together.
Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear?
Carlstrom, Nancy White
What does a little bear wear while he romps through a bright and sunny day? In the morning, his pants that dance, and the sun on his legs that run. At lunchtime, celery crunch and sprouts in a bunch, and juice from a pear and rice in his hair. And at night, his pjs with feet and face on the seat, and sleep in his eyes and stars in the skies, as he dreams of the fun he'll have tomorrow. In lilting verse and exuberant paintings, the first of Nancy White Carlstrom's and Bruce Degen's celebrated Jesse Bear books creates a special day not only for Jesse Bear, but for young children everywhere.
Boom Chicka Rock
From the co-author of the bestselling Chicka Chicka Boom Boom comes this adorable counting adventure for children of all ages! Suzanne Tanner Chitwood's colorful collage artwork features mischievous mice dancing through the story. Readers can count down the Congo Line and tally up the Tangoing, Tip-Toeing mice on every page, and learn about time, too!
Now I Am One
Snuggle up with your favorite little one to share this sweet offering. Includes traditional rhymes, such as "Monday's Child," as well as original poems. A die-cut, flocked number "one" graces the cover of this sweetly illustrated title perfect for one year olds!
Cats Are a Liquid
Celebrate cats in all their flowing, furry glory! This charming picture book examines the unusual physical properties of felines. Inspired by an Ig Nobel Prize-winning investigation of how cats behave like liquids, it introduces some of the physical properties of liquids - they adapt to fit a container, they flow smoothly - and is just pure fun. This book will make you laugh, then think.
I've Lost My Hippopotamus
Some of the animals in this book are real. They include: the hippopotamus (she's missing) the elephant (he's artistically talented) the octopus (it's great at multitasking). Others may not be quite so real. These include: the wiguana (very hairy, for a lizard) the halibutterfly (there's something fishy about it) the gludu (quite clingy). In the tradition of Jack Prelutsky's classic poetry collections The New Kid on the Block, It's Raining Pigs & Noodles, and A Pizza the Size of the Sun, here is a book packed with more than 100 funny poems and silly pictures. Most of the poems are about animals—some are big and some are small, some have unusual interests, and some are just plain unusual.
In dynamic words and dramatic pictures, Earthdance invites young readers to become not just part of the earth, but Earth itself.
Pony Poems for Little Pony Lovers
Calling all pony lovers! This poetry collection, chock full of horses, is sure to delight young readers, whether they dream of being a cowgirl or a knight, becoming an equestrian, or simply making a pony friend of their own. These short, rhyming poems are perfect for read-aloud sharing.
Rappy the Raptor
Meet Rappy the Raptor, a velociraptor who speaks in rhymes all of the time, whether it's morning or noon, October or June. Now, how did it happen that he started rappin'? Well, here's Rappy's story in all its glory!
Love You Always (Shiny Shapes)
A heart-warming book about love and friendship to share with your special one.
Dinothesaurus: Prehistoric Poems and Paintings
Step back in time in this fossil-filled collection that explores the prehistoric era with Douglas Florian's singular wit and style. In twenty funny and factual poems, he brings dinosaurs to life - illuminating the natural history of these amazing creatures as well as their unique and quirky characteristics.
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