Buzzy the donkey has fun playing with a balloon until it pops and he must find another way to entertain himself.
Count on big entertainment as kids discover dozens of ways to reach the number twelve—from six apple pies plus six peach pies to half a dozen acrobats with twelve legs in the air.
Rusty and his Grandma Margo--who's an author--like to write stories together. But when Rusty discovers that she sometimes suffers from writer's block, he worries, and wonders what he can do to help her.
Ms. Vanilla is back and ready to celebrate Valentine's Day. Her whole class makes cards and enjoys a big party. Then the kids read their valentines to the class--but the last one is for someone special!
In farmyards, jungles, and oceans, almost every animal has something to say! And as kids say honk, squawk, moo, and whoo—they’ll be learning, too! Why do whales sing? What does a rooster want us to know? This unique combination of language arts, science, and noisy fun is a dynamic duet with cacophonous kid-appeal.
Mike and Tony do everything together--including a sleepover each Friday. But this week they started a small pillow fight that grew...and grew...and grew. Will this be the end of a beautiful friendship?
Buzzy paints with red paint, blue paint, and yellow paint...but what happens when the colors start to run together?
Buzzy and his friends are learning what it means to have one, some, many, or lots and lots—an important first math experience.
This title features plural words and idiomatic expressions. It explores the difference between real and pretend and engages young children in selecting appropriate clothing for wet weather.
Using the cumulative format of This Is the House That Jack Built, this story follows a family as it maintains a handcrafted bee box in their yard and uses the products that come from it.
Jake should be asleep, but he's decided to stay up all night long. Will he make it until morning?
Henry, a humpback whale, took a wrong turn—and swam right into busy, noisy New York Harbor. Can he leave town safely and return to the sea?
When Milo the cat loses his favorite ball of yarn, Mouse offers to help him find it. But Mouse does not seem to understand that a ball is round like a circle--or maybe he is just not letting on? Just as Milo fears that his ball/circle is forever lost, the sneaky mouse rolls it out for him to discover.
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.
Don't count your chickens ... but do count your eggs, fish, and elephants! Distinctive Flensted Mobiles are featured in this innovative counting book. Young readers can count from one to ten and back again, by twos or threes, and can even find solutions to simple word problems.
A moose, an owl, and an elephant are just a few of the animals that show up in this fun foray into rhyming.
Smudge the dog is busy. He has a secret errand to run, and it isn't anybody's business. But not one of his friends listen to his pleas. This charming and disarming story, about a curmudgeon who is loved in spite of himself by his faithful flock of friends, will win over readers of all ages.
A unique set of big-eyed, handmade, vinyl characters animate an action alphabet. Follow all seven characters in a variety of activities from A to Z.
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.
Lots of fun, lots of science: when Sophie and Hank fill up a bowl with rainwater on a gloomy day, they have a great time seeing what happens when the water freezes, when it’s mixed with food coloring, and when it’s left out in the sun.
Mouse hears scary noises in her new home. Who could it be? Join along as Mouse solves the mystery and makes a new friend.
What makes a mouse house a home? When Mouse moves into her new house, friend after friend come by to bring gifts and make for a cozy home.
In this delightful tale, based on a true story, a suburban family adopts a wild turkey and raises it by hand. Joanne Ingis takes readers on an unbelievable journey, from the hatching of the egg, to the naming of the turkey, to its incorporation into the family's daily life.
Meet Hank and his dog, Irma. Irma is no ordinary dog. She thinks she's a real person. And so, on Halloween it seems only fair that Irma gets to dress up, too. As Hank gets ready to go trick-or-treating, Irma is not happy about being left out of the festivities...and she makes her feelings oh-so-clear.