A dog's teeth are hard. His fur is soft. See some animals at the zoo that have hard and soft parts, too!
Some pets can fly and some pets can swim. Some have four legs and some have two. What pet do you like best?
Meet my cat! Find out what she likes to do.
Meet animals that live in the rain forest. Find out what they like to eat and how they get their food.
Baby animals get bigger with their mothers' help. Soon they will be all grown up!
How much do you know about animals? In this book, the animals give you clues and you guess who they are.
Can you tell which things are bigger or smaller? Read to compare and classify at home and in nature.
If a spider has eight legs, how many legs do two spiders have? Practice counting and adding all kinds of animal legs.
Learn to count with animals from around the world.
Fox is hungry and wants to eat Rooster! Will Rooster be safe?
There are many different kinds of birds. How many birds have you seen?
How many animal babies can you count?
What animals do you see on a farm?
Animals have different patterns. Read this book to see who has stripes!
Some pets are big. Some pets are little. Can you compare the pets in this book?
People have different types of pets. Do you have a pet?
This delightful book teaches readers about the world of baby animals by identifying animals that share the same names. Adorable photos feature pups (baby dogs and foxes), cubs (baby wolves and bears), and kids (baby goats and human children).
Sammy the Tree Sloth is very, very slow. The monkeys in the trees breeze right by him. Sammy doesn't mind--but when a big storm hits, will he be fast enough to save himself? Or will Sammy save someone else?
This title is set on a farm where all the animals and even the farmer's son are afraid to get their coats or hooves, or hair trimmed. One by one they comply and are amazed at how much better they feel and how there was never a need to be afraid in the first place.
A fanciful adaptation of a Turkish folktale that tells the story of a poor villager, a donkey, and a wise man whose clever plan outwits a tyrannical Mongol ruler.
From A to Z--from alligator to zebra--young readers will learn the alphabet while they learn the names and a few facts about the animals.
Children will take a trip to Mr. Conway’s farm to see all of his animals and learn what sounds they make! From cows and horses, to buzzing mosquitoes, Mr. Conway’s place is busy and noisy. Next, is a trip to Old MacDonald’s Farm where this classic song becomes a favorite story. Repetitive lyrics help children read and sing along with each page. Finally, clap and dance and meet the Farmer’s favorite dog, BINGO. This cute, friendly dog will become your favorite pet, too! Rhyming text, repetitive lyrics and simple sentences will reinforce early literacy skills. Titles in the Favorite Collections Series includes: Alphabet, Numbers & Counting, Farm Animals, Nursery Rhymes, Bedtime Songs, Bible Stories, The Early Reader Bible Stories Collection, My First New Testament Bible Stories and My First Old Testament Bible Stories.
Louie loves watching his young master paint, and when the boy puts his finishing touches on a particularly good self-portrait, Louie barks enthusiastically. One day, when the boy is at school, Louie tries his own paw at painting a still life. Is this purely an accident, or is Louie a "genius," just like his master? Children will delight in Barroux's whimsical illustrations of Louie dipping his nose and paws into colorful paint and creating a canine masterpiece.
Donkeys, boars, geese, and even elephants! These are some of the fascinating animals that decorate the buildings in our cities. Introduced by simple rhyming text, vibrant photographs and playful illustrations, this book invites children (and adults) to look up and around and discover the urban zoo that shares their city.
A condensed version of a classic Aesop fable with the moral: Slow and steady wins the race.