Guess what happens when cows eat grass? Naturally.
Snuggle up with a warm blanket and your little one to enjoy this soothing Bedtime Songs Collection. Young readers will be captivated by the reassuring illustrations and over 20 comforting rhymes including: Golden Slumbers, Brahms’ Lullaby, Dance To Your Daddy, All the Pretty Little Horses, The Clouds, Raisins and Almonds, Slumber Song,It’s Night-Night Time, Sleep, Baby Sleep, This Little Pig Went To Market, Fingers and Toes, All Through The Night, Wee Willie Winkie, Mother Goose Lullaby, Mammy Loves and Pappy Loves, Hey Diddle Diddle, Welsh Lullaby, Are You Sleeping?, Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, Winkum, Winkum, German Cradle Song, Go to Sleep, Mozart’s Lullaby, Sleep, Sleep, Little One, Sleep, Raindrops, Rock-a-Bye, Baby, and Hush, Little Baby. 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.
Listen to the story! Read the story! Sing the Story! “I Like Colors,” includes the Read-along version of the story followed by the same story sung in an adorable song. What colors do you like? This bright and colorful photographic book will teach young readers about all of the different colors through catchy rhymes. Each color is shown with a photograph to help children associate colors to things they see in real life, like a green frog and green leaves. “A yellow duck. A yellow spoon. A yellow cup. A yellow balloon. I like yellow. Yes, I do. Do you like yellow, too?” Repetitive text, simple word patterns, and bright photographs teach children about colors and color words.
A short poem about the different things kids might grow up to be.
When a lion finds a gypsy sleeping in the desert, something very unexpected happens.
Learn who Dinah is at long last in the condensed version of this classic song.
A whole heap of fish in this song; good music; nice animation. Sing it!
Wait for it... wait... Yes! A toe-tapper to sing again (probably often) after watching it through.
A series of lighthearted limericks about the grim reaper and other somber characters.