From waking up to eating up and washing up to dressing up, the fun never stops for babies and toddlers in this photo-filled adventure of exciting day-long activities. Descriptive words will help build vocabulary and language skills while young children discover all the "ups" their day can hold.
Featuring bright photos of children in their daily activities, Show Me Your Day is a simple communication tool providing children visual support for communicating. Pointing to a featured activity-such as the child eating-your child can let adults know that he is hungry. Vetted by an early intervention expert, Show Me How You Feel includes easy instructions for caregivers on how to use the book.
Point to happy, point to sad, point to what you feel. Pointing is a key skill in learning to communicate. Some children have a hard time acquiring this skill but adults can help children learn to point, a valuable communication skill. Featuring children expressing various emotions, Show Me How You Feel helps children communicate how they feel. Vetted by an early intervention expert, Show Me How You Feel includes easy instructions for caregivers on how to use the book.
With step-by-step photos of children illustrating events from acknowledging the need to use the toilet to washing hands, Show Me How To Use The Potty is a great tool for introducing potty training and good hygiene.
What do friends do? Featuring exuberant photos of young children playing, sharing, and taking turns, Show Me How to Be a Friend helps provide children with examples of how to be a good friend.
Babies love looking at other babies and these charming baby faces...smiling, frowning, and being silly or serious are sure to captivate and delight toddlers and babies of all ages. Parents and caretakers will enjoy sharing their baby's reactions to the book as they begin this visual journey of self-discovery! Self-expression has never been more adorable!
Whether it is a gentle kiss from mom, a hug from dad, a playful romp with an older brother, or reading with grandpa, babies and toddlers will discover the importance of family relationships in these charming photographs of Native American families. Loving Me features multi-generational family members loving and caring for a child, as they caress and tenderly show their babies and young children how much they are loved.
A little girl is happy to go on a walk with Grandma, but Grandma is a such a slowpoke! She stops to listen and point out the different creatures they see, sharing her knowledge with her grandchild. At the river, it is the little girl who spots a little muskrat Grandma didn’t see. Grandma Is a Slowpoke is a simple story that delivers a joyous message about how much fun it can be if we take time to be present with the world around us. The story encourages children to observe nature. Michele Coxon’s beautiful fine color brush brings life to the creatures on each page and makes the animals so endearing.
Children will learn the names and colors of healthy, delectable foods from the large, bright photographs in this board book. It's nutritious and educational! Part of the Babies Everywhere® series.
Adorable cats introduce spatial concepts to young readers. Above and under. Front and back. Top and bottom. Near and far. These are just a few examples of the spatial relationships that children will discover as they explore Cat Up, Cat Down.
Ben's ordinary big box enables him and Wags, his dog, to take off on some extraordinary, imaginary adventures. Ben's imagination turns his box into a variety of vehicles for great adventures where he discovers the sky's the limit...and young readers will be encouraged to do the same.
What is more fun than a day at the beach when the tug of gentle waves leaves your feet covered with sand? With minimal text and engaging illustrations, Beach Socks captures all the wonder, awe, and excitement of a young child’s day at the beach. No more shoes! No more socks! is just the beginning of an exhilarating day-long romp at the water’s edge. Children will take delight in recalling how much fun it is to wear beach socks!
Backpack Baby shares a secret with his neighbors - he has a new sibling! Part of the Backpack Baby® series.
Babies show just how adorable they are in this photo-filled book featuring all the lovely smiles, frowns, and giggles they make as they discover and react to their day-to-day world.
Everywhere you look, babies are on the go! They are unstoppable! Exploring their world and everything in it whether in a stroller, a car seat, riding on dad’s shoulders, or taking a walk with mom. Babies On the Go! will confirm for little explorers all the ways they can get around to discover the day-to-day wonders of their world!
The reissue of Edith Baer's classic poem is a celebration of the power of kind words.
Prepare to set sail for the adventure of a lifetime with fierce Captain Jack when he discovers a treasure map that leads him, his crew (and a parrot, too) right to the library. Mrs. Benitez, the libarian, welcomes them - as long as they behave! The pirates' search is on!
Mama’s Right Here is a delicate, affectionately written reminder that a mother’s love never disappears. Even when a mother is absent, her presence is constant in a child’s heart. With comforting rhyme and gentle illustrations, Mama’s Right Here brings the important message to children that a mother’s love is always with them— in the way they look, and in everything they do. A companion book, Always By My Side, tells of a father’s ever-present love, also written by Susan Kerner.
The rich Native American tradition of carrying babies safely, comfortably and close to their mothers in cradle boards endures to this day. Cradle Me celebrates Native American families and shows how they carry their babies and, with a fill-in-the-line feature, enbables readers to translate the words to write their own language.
City Birds is a witty, upbeat story about two falcon hatchlings named Stars and Stripes atop a skyscraper in Cleveland, Ohio. The two young birds are introduced to the life of a bird of prey in a big city. With their parents’ guidance, the young birds learn to catch pigeons (and not the “fowl” balls that come from the nearby baseball stadium), how to interact with humans (who are kind enough to feed the local pigeon “livestock”), and finally, how to fly, the final skill that will allow them to leave their concrete home to hunt for food and start their own homes and families. Told with tongue in cheek humor that will keep readers chuckling from cover to cover.
An inspiring collection that details the achievements of fifteen people with learning differences who faced the challenges of school while pursuing amazing personal goals.
The children in the first grade must take a test and they are worried. When the results come back, some children feel bad. Their gentle, understading teacher assures the children that a test doesn't tell any of the important things about them--if they are creative, kind, or are a good friend.
Lyle goes to outlandish extremes to try to get his pet mouse to smile, but it is his little sister who understands that all that is needed is CHEESE.
Humans and animals care for their young in many ways. They share food, go swimming, cuddle, and of course, give plenty of hugs and kisses. See the similarities in this charming photographic book. Vibrant images of loving families make this book perfect for families everywhere! Part of the Babies Everywhere? series.
Brian Wildsmith knows that small children love looking at and naming farm animals. In this delightful book children can also learn the sounds that each animal makes as they have fun imitating the sounds. As always, Wildsmith's joyful depiction of animals conveys his affection for all living things