Learn to count from 1 to 10 with this captivating collection of illustrations featuring different kinds of amazing trees found across the united states. Have fun reading—and finding—with your child as you search for trees such as 1 mangrove tree, 5 giant sequoia trees, and 8 quaking aspen trees. One you’re finished counting, the last spread contains 10 more objects hidden throughout the book for you to find next, as well as a page dedicated to explaining fun facts all about the trees you just read about.
Board book 24pgs science & nature/trees & forests/counting & numbers
One night, when Ethan reaches under his bed for a toy truck, he finds this note instead: "Monsters! Meet here for final test." Ethan is sure his parents are trying to trick him into staying under the covers, until he sees five colorful sets of eyes blinking at him from beneath the bed. Soon, a colorful parade of quirky, squeaky little monsters compete to become Ethan's monster. But only the little green monster, Gabe, has the perfect blend of stomach-rumbling and snorting needed to get Ethan into bed and keep him there so he falls asleep‚ as everyone knows, is the real reason for monsters under beds. With its perfect balance of giggles and shivers, this silly-spooky prequel to the award-winning I Need My Monster and Hey, That's MY Monster! will keep young readers¬†entertained.
D is for Drool- Amanda Noll & Shari Dash Greenspan
When Ethan can't sleep, he doesn't count sheep—he says his ABCs! But in monster-loving Ethan's alphabet, A is for Arms, B is for Belly, C is for Claws, and D is for Drool. Soon, silly slobbery monsters parade across his room, displaying attributes that begin with each letter. Where are they going and will Ethan ever fall asleep? Kids will love pointing out earlobes, noses, spikes, and wings on this horde of hilarious monsters—and discovering that they're heading under Ethan's bed! Like Ethan and the Y monster, kids will soon be yawning. And by Z, they'll be ready to sleep, as Ethan does, with tails and tentacles sticking out beneath his bed. ZZzzzzz. D is for Drool is the perfect balance of giggles and shivers.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar: 50th Anniversary Golden Edition- Eric Carle
A new, limited golden anniversary edition in honor of 50 wonderful years, including rare bonus content. Happy birthday, Very Hungry Caterpillar!
The Very Hungry Caterpillar has been crawling its way into kids’ hearts for 50 years, and what better way to celebrate than by giving him a brand new cocoon! With a beautiful golden anniversary jacket (with an oversized “50” logo), along with a new introduction letter from Eric Carle himself, this anniversary edition will be sure to delight Caterpillar fans of all ages. Bonus content features an appreciation by prominent children’s literacy advocate Dolly Parton, as well as an essay on the history and significance of the Caterpillar, including rare images of the original sketches and historic photos.
A stunning, full-color illustrated edition of the classic novel about the magical nanny who has delighted children and adults the world over
Experience the fantastical adventures of the magical nanny who inspired the classic film, stage show, and young imaginations the world over in a whole new way. This illustrated gift edition features silver foil on the cover and beautiful artwork by Júlia Sardà that reimagines Mary's London in rich, full color. Ideal for the lifelong Mary Poppins fan or serious collector, this edition also makes for a lovely family read-aloud.
It’s your day to be wild and fearless and free. It’s your day for becoming the next thing you’ll be. Though today is your party, it doesn’t stop here, it should keep right on going and last you all year. Roll out the streamers, blow up the balloons, and celebrate all the great things that are coming your way! With its colorful cast of characters, delightfully detailed illustrations, and playful rhymes, this festive book will ignite good feelings for birthdays and any occasion where cake is appropriate. (And cake is always appropriate!)
Written by Brynne Barnes / Illustrated by Annika M. Nelson
Intriguing collage illustrations frame this timeless story of a young child who questions the significance of color. Speaking in verse, the child wonders if the natural world believes any particular color to be more important than another. Does the rain think I'm a color when it falls on my head? I wonder if the clouds think I'm a color... maybe they think I'm green or blue or red. The child comes to see the importance of a world filled with and accepting of all colors. Do I have to choose one color? I want to be them all - black, blue, purple, brown, pink, orange, yellow, red, white, and green. The whole world is full of colors - just like me.