The narrator of this story idolizes his older brother. But when big brother leaves for the army, the narrator tries his best to fill big brother's shoes for his younger brother.
Many families have rules at home in order to keep each other happy and safe. This nonfiction title gives early readers examples of rules that families might have through straightforward text, vibrant images, and an accompanying glossary and index.
This book shows young readers that, like a community, a family has members who perform roles. Parents teach and care for their children; children have rules to follow and household jobs to perform. Questions throughout the book encourage children to relate the information to their own families.
Explains what family manners are, how they should be used, and in what situations they should be used.
Rules, rules, rules! Sometimes rules just seem silly! But when things in the castle get topsy turvy, will Princess Tilly learn why castle rules are cool? This award-winning book teaches young readers that there's usually a very good reason why there are rules to obey. AWARD WINNER: Mom's Choice Award for Best in Children's Books for the Family.
When Dan and Dad go out for pizza they learn that just because it smells so good doesn't mean you should eat too much. It's much better if you share.
Life is messy. And sometimes, the person making the mess will surprise you! Sparse text and family scenes from a diverse group of people break expected stereotypes and celebrate the messiness of life in this board book.