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My Dad Is Amazing
A joyful tribute to dads, featuring a mythical yeti.
Calling Dr. Zaza (Zaza)
Zaza's animal friends aren't feeling well today. What do they need? A visit from Dr. Zaza!
In his eagerly anticipated debut as author-illustrator, Caldecott and Coretta Scott King honoree Christian Robinson brings young readers on a playful, imaginative journey into another world.What if you . . .Encountered another perspective?Discovered another world?Met another you?What might you do?
Meet Grandude - an intrepid explorer with some amazing tricks up his sleeve. . . .With his magic compass, Grandude whisks his four grandchildren away on whirlwind adventures. Join them as they ride flying fish, dodge stampedes, and escape avalanches!A magical rollercoster ride for the whole family from beloved music legend Paul McCartney, taking readers around the world and back in time for bed! The story is brought to life with glorious illustrations from artist Kathryn Durst.
Snuggle the Baby
This interactive novelty board book plays like a doll and reads as a gentle "How to Care for Baby" manual for young kids. From swaddling to shushing, Gillingham has incorporated real tactics for newborn care, giving the text an authenticity and purpose. Interactivities include tickling, feeding, diapering, swaddling, rocking, and tucking in the baby, all accompanied by tender, instructive narration. Perfect for soon-to-be older siblings or doll-crazy toddlers, this book encourages children to read while they play, and practice empathy and care.Note: Baby cut-out from the next to last page should be taken out and placed in that last spot.
There's a Monster in Your Book
Even though it's adorably cute, a little monster is chomping through the book you hold i your very hands! You MUST get it out! Just follow the instructions, and that monster will be gone in no time.Author and musician Tom Fletcher has penned an irresistible interactive read-aloud that will have kids tilting, spinning, and shaking this book to get rid of the monster, so beguilingly illustrated by Greg Abbott.
The Sandcastle That Lola Built
A modern, summery spin on the classic The House That Jack Built, in which Lola's day at the beach leads to new friends and a giant sandcastle.
Buildablock (An Abrams Block Book)
In this companion to Alphablock, Countablock, Dinoblock, and Cityblock, readers are introduced to more than 24 construction machines. As in the previous books, Buildablock features die-cut shapes on every other spread and the charming art of British design team Peskimo.
Based on The Fresh Prince created by Will Smith, Destiny is the Fresh Princess.Meet Destiny - a cool, energetic, and strong-willed young girl who approaches every day with her own signature style! That is, until she moves to a brand-new neighborhood, where nothing looks quite the same as it did at her old house.Even with new challenges and new friends to make, Destiny always has a plan. With a few reminders from her loving family and after remembering what being the Fresh Princess is all about, she may just take the leap and jump right in!Written by celebrated author, blogger, and editor Denene Millner and illustrated by Gladys Jose, Fresh Princess is the perfect book to encourage kids to proudly stand out and be themselves!
Ted is a sweet but willful toddler. In Bedtime, Ted! his parent tells him it’s time for bed, but Ted’s not ready yet! First he has to take a bath, have a snack, brush his teeth, and get all the wiggles out.In this book, each spread has a gatefold with big flaps perfect for little hands. When the gatefold is closed, Ted tells his parent that he can’t go to bed just yet because he has something to do first. When the gatefold opens, readers can see what that something really is.
Gator, Gator, Gator!
Put on your life jacket, hop in the boat, and raise your binoculars - it’s time to go on an adventure!In Daniel Bernstrom’s follow-up to the critically acclaimed One Day in the Eucalyptus, Eucalyptus Tree, a fearless little girl takes off in search of a giant gator - but she’s not going into that swamp alone! No way! She wants YOU, the reader, to come along.Off you go, peering through the lush landscapes, looking for that gator! But each time you think you see it? Oops! Just a fox. Or some ducks! Or a snake. Maybe you’ll never find the gator, gator, gator . . .With stunning illustrations from Sendak Fellow Frann Preston-Gannon, readers experience the feeling of being on a real adventure deep in the swamp. Rhyming, repeating, and exhilarating, the text is a delightful read-aloud romp that will entertain and make everyone’s heart skip a beat!
Brave As Can Be: A Book of Courage (Growing Hearts)
The life of a toddler can be full of frightening things: the dark, the neighbor’s dog, and thunderstorms, just to name a few. As children get older, they begin to feel braver around these everyday events, but how do they build this newfound confidence? In this lyrical, insightful picture book, an older sister explains to her younger sister all the things she used to be afraid of, along with some tricks to help, whether it’s a special blanket for bedtime or singing during a storm. Now, big sister assures little sister, the fears that once felt as big as a mountain feel as minuscule as a speck of dust.This playful portrait of fear and bravery empowers young readers to confront once-scary situations and, with charming illustrations and die-cuts throughout, is also beautifully packaged.
Big Foot and Little Foot (Bk. 1)
Hugo is a young Sasquatch who longs for adventure. Boone is young boy who longs to see a Sasquatch. When their worlds collide, they become the unlikeliest pair of best friends.At the Academy for Curious Squidges, Hugo learns all manner of Sneaking—after all, the most important part of being a Sasquatch is staying hidden from humans. But Hugo dreams of roaming free in the Big Wide World rather than staying cooped up in caves. When he has an unexpected run-in with a young human boy, Hugo seizes the opportunity for a grand adventure. Soon, the two team up to search high and low for mythical beasts, like Ogopogos and Snoot-Nosed Gints. Through discovering these new creatures, together, Big Foot and Little Foot explore the ins and outs of each other’s very different worlds but learn that, deep down, maybe they’re not so different after all.
Heidi Heckelbeck and the Snoopy Spy (Heidi Heckelbeck, Bk. 23)
Heidi’s little brother, Henry, has turned into a snoopy, little spy and it is driving her crazy! He spies when her friends are over at their house. He spies on the school bus. He even spies on the playground! But when he almost tells one of Heidi’s secrets to Melanie Maplethorpe, it’s time to catch a spy! Will Heidi cast the perfect spell to stop her bothersome brother, or will her magic spill the biggest, Heidi secret ever?With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Heidi Heckelbeck chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.
Hi, Jack! (A Jack Book, Bk. 1)
From New York Times bestselling author Mac Barnett and Geisel Award-winning illustrator Greg Pizzoli, an uproarious early reader series about a mischievous rabbit, a cranky old lady, and a lovable dog.Meet Jack: He lives in a tree house. His interests include snacks, petty theft, and lipstick graffiti. Jack also loves his friends, he just has a funny way of showing it sometimes . . .A perfect read-aloud with snappy, rhythmic text, this series will bridge the gap between picture books and chapter books and fill the Elephant-and-Piggie-shaped hole in young readers' hearts.
Weekend With Chewy (Warren & Dragon)
With Calvin and Hobbes appeal, a boy and his "pet" dragon take the school hamster home, to hilarious results!Warren is a seven-year-old boy. Dragon is part stuffed animal, part fierce dragon, and part best friend--depending on what you believe most. And Chewy is the class hamster. So when it's Warren's turn to take Chewy home for the weekend, Warren isn't so sure it's the best idea. Do dragons and hamsters mix? Not so well, it turns out, especially when Warren and Dragon are more interested in making cool stuff with their new friends than taking care of a rodent--until Chewy disappears. Oh no!
A boy who loves to make noise gets to pick only one instrument (at his parents urging) in a music store, but there is too much to choose from! There’s triangles and sousaphones! There’s guitars and harpsichords! Bagpipes and cellos and trombones! How can he find the one that is just right for him out of all those options?
After passing a city museum many times, a boy finally decides to go in. He passes wall after wall of artwork until he sees a painting that makes him stop and ponder. Before long the painting comes to life and an afternoon of adventure and discovery unfolds, changing how he sees the world ever after.
Jack Blasts Off (Jack Book, Bk. 2)
From New York Times bestselling author Mac Barnett and Geisel Award-winning illustrator Greg Pizzoli, an uproarious early reader series about a mischievous rabbit, a cranky old lady, and a lovable dog.When the Lady is mad at Jack, she decides to send him and Rex on a one-way trip to outer space. While she enjoys some rare peace and quiet, Jack and Rex get into trouble, resulting in their exile to the dark side of the moon. After an alien chase and some snacks, Jack and Rex get blasted home to Earth. But will the Lady take naughty Jack back?
Rube Goldberg's Simple Normal Humdrum School Day
If Rube's inventions are any indication, "normal" means something very different in the Goldberg household. For Rube, up is down, in is out, and the simplest path to accomplishing an everyday task--like brushing his teeth or getting dressed--is a humorously complicated one. Follow Rube as he sets out on a typical school day, each and every step from the time he wakes up in the morning until the time he goes to bed at night.This book features fourteen inventions, each depicting an interactive sequence whose purpose is to help Rube accomplish mundane daily tasks: a simple way to get ready for school, to make breakfast, to do his homework, and so much more.
Today I Feel . . . : An Alphabet of Feelings
Beautifully illustrated by Madalena Moniz’s subtle watercolors, Today I Feel . . . follows a child through a whole range of emotions, from adored to curious to strong. Not all of the emotions are positive and not all of them are simple, but they are all honest and worthy of discussion with a young child.
Dream You'll Be
Garcia, Joseph T.
Imagine all the amazing things that you can someday be, a mountain climber brave or captain on the sea.A world of magic somedays is waiting in this book,just open up its pages and you can have a look.
Lloyd, Megan Wagner
Winter, spring, summer, fall. Each season brings new materials to make the perfect fort. From leaves to snow, from mud to sand, there is a different fort throughout the year. As a group of friends explore and build through the seasons, they find that every fort they make is a perfect fort.
Five Little Ducks (Pete the Cat)
Five little ducks went out to play,With one cool cat leading the way.Sing along with Pete the Cat in his groovy adaptation of the classic children's song "Five Little Ducks"
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