A young boy rides the bus across town with his grandmother and learns to appreciate the beauty in everyday things. By the author of the celebrated picture book A Nation's Hope: The Story of Boxing Legend Joe Louis.
Three children and their parents visit their pediatricians for a typical checkup, in a book with rhymed text where readers can learn about the different tools that doctors and nurses use, as well as learn not to fear a trip to the doctor.
Designed for particular appeal to young vehicle enthusiasts, a story told in almost entirely onomatopoeic sound words traces a day in the life of firefighters and features high-action depictions of a colorful fire truck responding to a series of emergencies.
A mild-mannered little garbage truck sets aside his spectacles and becomes the mysterious snow-plowing Supertruck when a colossal blizzard hits the city. By the award-winning creator of Polar Bear Night.
A celebration of the countless ways that teachers shape the world combines the author's signature kid-friendly illustrations with reflections on how teachers introduce ideas, motivate goals and foster creativity, in a tribute that is complemented by a Back-to-School poster.
A companion to the best-selling Miss Brooks Loves Books! (and I don't) finds Missy's efforts to attend story time at the library challenged by a teasing bully until librarian Miss Brooks encourages her to use made-up stories to manage real-life problems.