Five animal friends set out in a raft, and there's plenty of space. Then a voice pleads "Move over! Move over! Make room for me." So they all move over--and no one falls out. But then another pal begs to come in. And another. Yet even with Hippo aboard, all is well. But sometimes it's the tiniest creature that makes the biggest difference of all.
Where are we going? Not around or over, but through and across until we find a BIG surprise! Not only is this delightful story (based on the song, We’re Going on a Bear Hunt) full of fun and cool sound effects, it also teaches children basic concepts and prepositions.
If Jack Sprat and his wife had better table manners, maybe they would have used knives and forks instead of licking the platter clean. And the littlest pig would have been more helpful if he'd helped carry his brother's packages instead of crying wee-wee-wee all the way home.
The classic tale of Hansel and Gretel is retold with accessible text and inviting illustrations.
This book retells the classic tale of Snow White with accessible text and charming illustrations.
Set to the rollicking rhythm of The House That Jack Built, this cumulative book in rhyme describes the many delights that a large, extended family will enjoy for Thanksgiving.
“And the spring grass grew all around, all around. And the spring grass grew all around.” The classic children’s song gets an entertaining interpretation by artist Emily Bolam.
This simple and effective retelling of the traditional fable teaches kids a valuable lesson: always tell the truth. A young shepherd pretends not once, but twice that a wolf is after his flock. But he learns a hard lesson when a wolf really appears…and no one heeds his cries.
Two retellings (one modern, one traditional) of the classic fable in which hardworking ants prepare for the winter while a lazy grasshopper plays all year long. Includes discussion questions and examines the moral of the fable.
How could a big, bad wolf blow down a house? With science! Read along with Professor Everafter as he explains the STEM behind this favorite fairy tale.
Jack climbed up a giant beanstalk that shot straight to the sky. But what would it take for a beanstalk to grow so tall? And how does it stay standing? Professor Everafter and STEM have the answers!
Have you ever wondered how that gingerbread house Hansel and Gretel munched on in the middle of the woods stood up in the first place? Learn the STEM behind the fairy tale with the help of Professor Everafter.
As in the classic tale our Snow White falls under the spell of the evil Queen. But who gets left behind when her Prince arrives?
In the classic Grimm's tale told to children for centuries, our heroine is wise to the Wolf in granda's clothing. But did the story really end there?
Jack and his poor mother follow all the rules of this classic tale. But can they escape the raging Giant?
Poor Hansel and Gretel, cast out on their own by a wicked stepmother. You may think you know how the story ends, but think again!
Goldilocks may have escaped the wrath of the 3 bears, but her luck runs out when this busy-body stumbles into a haunted house.
You may know the story of the downtrodden girl who meets her Prince Charming. But our Cinder-Ella rules the dark night with her new Prince.
Rapunzel with the long dark hair, was the most beautiful girl in the land. But after a deal is made with the witch, Rapunzel is sent to the tower. When a Prince wanders by, the two soon fall in love. Can they outwit the witch or must they suffer from her curse?
When the King asks a soldier to solve a mystery, he has no idea of the mysteries that will be discovered. Follow along and see for yourself, as the princesses dance the night away.
The King and evil Queen are looking for a proper Princess to marry their Prince. When a Princess is found, will they all live happily ever after? Or will they live at all?
Off to Bremen Town go Donkey, Cat, Dog, and Rooster. But music is not on their minds. They’re tired of their cruel masters and set out in search of a better life. Is fate kind to the gang?
Set sail in this edition of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic children's verse.
Make sure you don't stop and talk to strangers! The classic story of Little Red Riding Hood has been retold with simple, rhythmic sentences for beginning readers and fairy tale lovers alike.
Someone has been eating my porridge! The classic fairy tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears has been retold with simple, rhythmic sentences for beginning readers. Discover Fairy Tales are familiar stories with cute illustrations, perfect for early readers and fairy tale lovers alike.