A little girl convinces her dad to be a tree all day long, no matter what, even in the rain, in this imaginative picture book that encourages playing pretend and pays tribute to parents who will do just about anything for their kids.
A day in the life of a dog - told from the dog's point of view! A funny rhyming picture book from Peter Bently and Chris Chatterton. Have you ever wondered just what goes on in a dog's head? Now you can find out in this funny rhyming story!
Celebrating its 21st anniversary and accompanied by a full-length, fully orchestrated CD of original songs, this full-color songbook of 17 ½ illustrated story poems has been redrawn and redesigned for a new generation of readers, singers and musicians.
In this imaginative and interactive book, Ploof, a friendly, puffy cloud full of feelings, helps little readers learn social-emotional skills like empathy, encouragement and kindness - and how to be a fantastic friend.
This stunning new picture book by the presidential inaugural poet and a Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator shows how even the smallest gesture can have a lasting impact - and how, with a little faith and friendship, we can find beauty and create change.
In this follow up to I'm Sticking with You, Bear and Squirrel are back, and they're perfectly in tune. They make merry music, they sing the same song - it's all going great, until Chicken comes along. Chicken knows she could add something to Bear and Squirrel's band of two, but the duo is certain that three is a crowd! Fed up, Chicken leaves--and lands herself in hot water. Will Bear and Squirrel come to the rescue?
Appearing for the first time in a series of children's books, Rabbit, a black-silhouetted bunny constantly on the go, knows life comes with its share of ups and downs, from seesaws and diving boards to ski jumps and slides.
Taking a shortcut home through the spooky Hollow, young mouse Hubert is guided on his journey by another mouse, but when he reaches his destination, he turns to find his guide gone and races home to tell his family about his wild adventure.
In this celebration of the Lunar New Year, preschoolers can learn about the zodiac animals, the delicious food, the exciting parades and all the fun traditions that are part of this joyous celebration!
This fun-filled exploration of the many ways a year can be broken down, such as 52 Friday night movie nights, 365 “good mornings,” and 12 calendar backgrounds, introduces numbers big and small in imaginative ways.
When Big Mouse eats the story in their book, Little Mouse, who is not ok with this, wants to hear a tale and will settle for nothing less, in this funny read-aloud that showcases both the patience required of true creativity and on-the-spot storytelling.
This thoughtful lullaby introduces young readers to the plants and animals of the Prairies and the Plains, and captures, through breathtaking artwork, the sacred, ancestral connections between Indigenous children and their Traditional Territories.
Divorce and separation can be hard on any family and a difficult topic for children to understand, including Tilly. Tilly lives in the mountains with her mummy and daddy. She loves it - there are beautiful views and lots of space to play. The only downside is that she lives some of the time with Mummy on one mountain and the rest of the time with Daddy on another. Even though their mountains are joined by a bridge, Tilly isn't allowed to use it. Instead, Tilly has to walk all the way down one mountain and trek up the next to get between the two houses, which makes her extremely tired and makes her wish that they all lived together. One day, when upset, Tilly decides to fix the old, wobbly bridge in the hope that it will fix her family. Will she succeed?
Ally Baby Can books introduce allyship to tiny change-makers! Perfect for shared reading with an adult. Ally Baby Can: Be Antiracist models how young kids can stand up for members of the BIPOC community in the fight against systemic racism. Extensive back matter includes important guidelines for allyship, a kid-friendly reading list, and other helpful resources for baby and you. It is never too early to learn about ways to change our world.
All the animals of the zodiac celebrate snake's long and happy life by preparing long noodles - a Chinese tradition for birthdays - in this colorful picture book that includes a kid-friendly Dragon Beard Noodles recipe as well as a note about the Chinese Zodiac.
When five furry creatures - Mouse, Hare, Fox, Deer and Bear - go after one shiny red apple, which has just fallen to the ground, they wonder what to do, in this uproarious picture book that celebrates sharing.
A small but mighty bird declares it is a dinosaur! But no one believes that dinosaurs still exist. How can it be a dinosaur when it is so little? Dinosaurs didn't have feathers...or did they? This tiny dino is here to explain to its animal friends that birds are, in fact, dinosaurs, and all creatures are connected to one big animal family.
This comical counting adventure follows 100 mighty dragons all named Broccoli as they each embark on their own journey until there's one dragon left, who retreats to a cave for the winter and reemerges in the spring with a special surprise!
In this original ABC book that encourages readers to sit up and move, kids and grownups use their bodies to make the shapes of each letter (and observant readers will notice details on each page that represent those letters). Gloriously illustrated by the acclaimed creator of The Book of Mistakes, this is a terrific new way to learn the alphabet.
This innovative picture book, filled with color, action and movement, encourages interactive thinking by inviting children to a very special dance - one in which their hand becomes the dancer and the book the dance floor.
When the Tooth Fairy is too tired to deliver a prize to a little girl with a wiggly tooth, Uni the unicorn is ready to help and, with a little magic, makes sure the little girl has something special to wake up to.
Lifting cargo from ships to dry land, Crane Jane must use all her skill to keep the crane under control when high winds send her load swinging, in this second book in the series that introduces women as leaders in unusual jobs.