Preparing for the Mermaid Ballet, mermaid best friends Harmony and Echo practice their steps again and again, but when Echo gets stage fright, Harmony comes up with the perfect solution for Echo to overcome her shyness.
Perfect for returning students and first timers alike, this lively picture book celebrates the signs leading up to the start of school, such as cooler mornings and ripening apples, and the excitement of the first day.
When a few special pairs of sneakers get knocked down from telephone wires all over the city and imbue the kids who try them on with magical abilities, they wonder where these colorful kicks came from - and who would leave them behind.
In this touching story about the everyday objects that remind us of the ones we love, little Chino takes the colorful, silky scarf her mama ties around her hair at night on many daytime adventures along with her toy bunny.
Steeped in Etuaptmumk, the gift of multiple perspectives, and the Mi'kmaw concept of Netukulimk, protecting Mother Earth past, present and future, this inventive picture book follows a group of young children as they connect to nature as their teacher.
Rumi's family has moved to a new town and he is feeling lonely and left out at school because one of the other kids, Asher, is a bully - until Hans joins him, drawing in the dirt under the old willow tree.
It's the night before the big show-and-tell and Max isn't sure what to bring. He's shy and worried that it will all go all wrong. But when a space creature named Moonbean crashes into his room, Max discovers all he needed was a friend to help him find his confidence.
One day, down by the pond, Simon meets another dog just like him. And that dog has a bone just like his, only better! How will Simon ever get him to trade, when the other pup knows all the same tricks?
This lyrical picture book shows children the importance of making memories and cherishing life's most special moments, from celebrating the last day of school to blowing out birthday candles to gathering around a campfire.
Told from an autistic perspective, this adorable picture book stars Bitsy, a little bat with BIG dreams of making friends at her new school, but when things don't go as planned, she comes up with a new plan and discovers that being a good friend is just one of the ways she shines brightly. Simultaneous eBook. Illustrations.
When a kindergarten class arrives for the first day at school, they are greeted only by the words “Mr. S” on the chalkboard and a delicious-looking sandwich, resulting in merry mayhem as the kids wonder if the sandwich is their teacher.
To save his friend Bella, a beluga whale, who is stuck in an inlet, musk ox Cozy thinks of a new way to use his strong legs and tough horns to set her free, an act of kindness and cleverness that captures his crush's heart.
When Bruce the bear's family of mice and geese set out to get him excited about Halloween by telling a spooky story, the campfire tale attracts a ghostly visitor who helps Bruce get into the Halloween spirit.
The third book in the I WILL! series. Do you feel happy? Sad? Calm? Shy? Brave? Proud? This book provides a way for young readers and the adults in their lives to talk about their feelings and build emotional literacy together.
This visual narrative shows how names connect us to others and help create who we are and what makes us uniquely special, in this affirming story that will have readers reflecting on their names - and sharing them proudly.
Exuberant, gender-neutral rhyming verses and fun-filled, gender-bending images celebrate individuality, uniqueness and freedom of expression with the help of six children who, through play, explore the many ways they can be themselves.
Young readers can follow along as an excited group of trucks, diggers, dozers, and more wake up and have breakfast (but definitely NOT eggs and toast). The different trucks help to move dirt, smooth the roads, fill in the holes, and more on the construction site. But they don't learn their ABCs and 123s or use crayons or pencils - their important job is to build! Ideal for young fans of construction vehicles and things that go!
In this timely companion to the popular Facts vs. Opinions vs. Robots, children will learn the difference between wants and needs with the help of some robots, as they make trades to get things they really want but accidentally give away things they need.
In his newest eerie encounter, Jasper Rabbit, who is NOT doing well in school, stumbles upon a pointy, perfect purple crayon, who wants to help him, but things take a sinister turn when the purple fiend tries to take over his life.