Book List in Order: 15 titles


  • The gentle beasts of sky and earthprepare their stable for Christ's birth. With a beautiful narrative by author and poet Carole Gerber and stunning and intricate art by renowned Japanese artist Yumi Shimokawara comes one of the most anticipated Chri...



  • If you're scary and you know it, moan and groan . . .Set to the tune of "If You're Happy and You Know It," this festive holiday book is perfect for all of the boys and gouls roaming around on Halloween night! Ghosts moan and groan, while pirates yo h...



  • New York Times bestselling illustrator Jane Dyer teams up with award-winning author Carole Gerber to lead a band of marching babies all through town. It was just an ordinary day at play group until Benny arrived. With flute in hand and drums in t...



  • This vibrant poem celebrates the beauty of autumn while inviting us all to go ahead and jump in that big, colorful, pile of fall leaves. Leslie Evan’s bold artwork brings together gold, orange, yellow, red, and brown leaves into a literary pile cre...



  • Did you know that stingrays are cousins of sharks? This Step 3 Step into Reading Science Reader is full of exciting photographs, illustrations, and facts about these magnificent sea creatures. Follow a stingray as she chomps her prey, escapes a hungr...



  • Have a Buckeye State Christmas with cousins Molly and Michael. Go snowshoeing and hiking near the Appalachians, enjoy a family sleepover at Cleveland's Great Lakes Science Center, eat sweet snickerdoodles, and have fun at EnterTRAINment Junction, “...



  • When I tuck you in, what do I see? Two little eyes shining at me. I see two little ears that I want you to tweak and a round little nose. Can you push it? Beep! Beep! So begins this naptime or bedtime romp that eventually has the child all t...



  • Spring is in the air—and in the trees! Spring is here, and with the new season come trees full of life, color. . .and blossoms! From the creators of Leaf Jumpers and Winter Trees, Spring Blossoms introduces readers to a variety of different floweri...



  • Red bats can hibernate or migrate to warmer regions during the winter. Should this solitary little bat stay or should she go? That's the question the little red bat ponders as the leaves fall and the nights get colder! The squirrel tells her to stay....







  • "Trees that once had leaves are bare.They're dressed instead in lacy white.Snow dusts their trunks and coats their limbswith flakes that outline them with light."Join a boy and his dog as they use their senses of sight and touch to identify seven com...



  • Jessica hates that the boys in her third grade class make fun of her for being skinny and taking tap dancing. Jessica isn't sure she can take another minute of teasing. Then Ms. Starr, Jessica's teacher, announces that her class will put on a talent ...





  • This charming lullaby contrasts the fierceness of a coastal storm with the warmth and comfort of a baby's home. Family members prepare for the weather and then gather around, soothing the baby with their loving presence....



  • After listening to this peaceful lullaby, children will drift gently off to sleep with visions of the nighttime forest. A young Chippawa girl asks her glowing friend, Wah-wah-taysee, the firefly, to guide her through the darkened forest to her cradle...



  • "Close your eyes, my little one. Close your eyes."So begins the tale of an Inuit mother whose gentle words take her sleepy child on a journey through the Arctic. Her vivid descriptions prompt the child to imagine that he is part of every scene. As th...