Grab your child's favorite snugly blanket, rev up your imagination, and get ready for a bedtime story where anything is possible and nothing at all is unusual! This colorful book allows us to enter the creative mind of a little boy who tries to delay his bedtime each night by playing a special game called: What If?
Ready for fun and adventure? Then join us in our magic tree house, where imagination takes flight as we blast off on the trip of a lifetime. Just Imagine soaring in a supersonic jet, riding on a dolphin, sailing the seven seas, or exploring a deep, dark swamp. How about painting a rainbow, hosting a garden party for all our animal friends, or boarding a rocket ship bound for the moon? <p>Who knows what might happen and what we'll become as we set our minds free. After all, anything is possible when we Just Imagine. This oversized, lavishly illustrated book offers delightful surprises for readers of all ages. Wodin's inspiring paintings will be treasured for generations to come.</p>
A lifetime of sharing between mother and child begins with A Mother's Promise, the sacred vow a woman makes as she prepares to bring life into the world.
Mrs. Murphy's snobbish neighbors see her unusual home as a blemish in their otherwise perfect neighborhood. As they wander through Mrs. Murphy's Marvelous Mansion, each one learns the error of making judgments based on outward appearances.
A curious little frog finds a mysterious gift outside his home. It's Something Special... What can it be? Fascinating possibilities pop into his imagination as he searches high and low for the answer to this enticing riddle. It can say "hello" and it can say "goodbye." It can come as a surprise and warm you to your toes. It can be planted or blown. And it's no good until it's given away.
Roonie B. Moonie yearns to be a great explorer like his hero, Christopher Columblebee. But, while exploring one day, he wanders into a dark, unfamiliar place and finds himself in one scary situation after another. Approached by a suspicious stranger offering to help, Roonie must rely on his mother's guidance and on his instincts to keep himself safe. Will he be lured away by a stranger? Will he find his way back home? How does he decide who can be trusted? Janan Cain's delightfully illustrated story helps children understand the importance of following safety rules, staying calm, and trusting their feelings.
A brave knight sets out to serve the young king, but his quest is continually delayed as he cannot turn away from people in distress. Will the king consider him an errant knight, or be grateful for his service to the people?
Children are sure to enjoy this lively new rendition of an age-old classic. Little Ruth Reddingford loves visiting her grandmother. So when Grandma can't pick her up for their weekly visit, Red packs a basketful of goodies and sets off on her own. Taking a shortcut through the woods, she is confronted by menacing bullies. The ensuing adventure takes a surprising twist, as Red discovers the power of her Native American heritage and makes an unusual new friend. Hank Wesselman's imaginative storytelling and Raquel Abreu's striking illustrations bring this familiar tale vibrantly to life.