Book List:335 titles

  • Say hello to English (or Spanish ) in the latest addition to Blue Apple's bilingual series. Educators and parents can promote success in learning another language by starting with oral language development. Through shared storybook reading, the" Hola...


  • Teachers and parents of ESL students will cheer when they discover the ¡Hola, English! series, as will those seeking to expose English-speaking kids to Spanish. Each story in the series contains material that reflects children's daily lives. Sharing...


  • Based loosely on the Comden & Green song I Said Good Morning, jaunty verse takes readers to different landscapes in which a small boy says Good night! to everyone and everything in sight. By the time he is done with his exhaustive list of good nights...


  • Based loosely on the Comden & Green song I Said Good Morning, jaunty verse takes readers to different landscapes in which a small boy is saying so many good mornings that by the time he is done, it s nap-time All are rendered in Barroux s signature ...


  • The very youngest of babies will love this black-and-white board book. Flip the foam-filled, die-cut pages to turn one animal into another, from cat to dog to lamb to mouse, and finally to BABY! Babies will learn to associate the animal sounds with t...


  • Young readers are introduced to adjectives like big, bigger, and biggest; far, farther, and farthest; high, higher, and highest. The brightly colored fold-out illustrations make each concept easy to understand: by unfolding the page, you can see a ta...


  • The “here comes the airplane” classic baby-feeding tactic gets added mileage via a spoon fashioned into an airplane-utensil. Accompanying the spoon is a die-cut board book featuring baby animals who “open wide” to receive their own spoonfuls ...


  • In farmyards, jungles, and oceans, almost every animal has something to say! Roosters cock-a-doodle-do. Can you cock-a-doodle, too? Here's a book that invites kids to make some noise. Young readers will love the interactive experience of reading abou...






  • The ¡Hola, English! series provides children with reasons to talk and things they will want to talk about. In Sleepy Barker, Barker the dog is awakened by one sound after another (howl, hoot, boom) but finally falls asleep after being reassured that...


  • Everybody into the water From one to ten, and from "diez" to "uno," counting is featured in this swimmy, finny underwater concept book. With opposites, "short, long / corto, largo"; descriptions, "yellow, blue/amarillo, azul"; action words "swim, di...


  • A lilting kitty mystery combines with rain-centered facts to create an utterly charming fiction/nonfiction picture book. As kids are invited on the search for Kitty, they'll also discover what different animals do to enjoy, or avoid, a rainy day. Har...


  • A Whole Bunch of Fun!No capes or superpowers, nothing supernatural—just all the everyday-wonderful, so called ordinary stuff of growing up. This is what kids will find in the adventures of six kids and one dog, who are the Banana Bunch.The bunch is...


  • A Whole Bunch of Fun!No capes or superpowers, nothing supernatural—just all the everyday-wonderful, so called ordinary stuff of growing up. This is what kids will find in the adventures of six kids and one dog, who are the Banana Bunch.There are pic...


  • Max does everything he can think of to encourage his new sibling to be born. Nothing seems to work, until . . .Expectant parents will want to read the delightful story about the anticipation of a new arrival with their children, and soon-to-be older ...






  • The " Hola, English " bilingual books make each story personal, and being personal makes each story interesting to every child. "Are You My Brown Bear?" uses descriptive adjectives to differentiate between lots of bears ( I am hairy bear. I am scary ...


  • The bilingual books in the " Hola, English " series help teachers and parents guide young children into the back-and-forth of a conversation. "I Say Yes I Say No " is told entirely in simple dialogue between parents and children. It features familia...


  • This bilingual series will appeal both to Spanish-speaking ESL students and English-speaking kids who are learning Spanish. It’s Raining Cats and Frogs features plural words and idiomatic expressions. It explores the difference between real and p...


  • The books in the" Hola, English "series were written for Spanish-speaking children new to English and English-speaking children whose parents or teachers want to introduce a foreign language early on."Max and Sarah Build a Snowman"teaches numbers and...


  • The bestselling "Sleepy Dog" now has a sequel! In this Step 1 Step into Reading Reader, Sleepy Dog does not want to wake up! The sun is up, the cat is up -- wake up, Sleepy Dog! Every sleepy child will laugh with Sleepy Dog as he shakes off his snooz...


  • What language lesson doesn't seem like a lesson? The fun guessing game inside this book! Clever word groupings list three things that are alike and one that it is different. For example, there are living rooms, bedrooms, and bathrooms, but a mushroom...


  • Is that crab driving a cab? Will the pot stay hot? Flip a page and watch a crab turn into a dab Crab Cab features these word families: -ab, -ot, -it Nouns or verbs from a word family are shown. Single words progress into short phrases ("hot spot") a...


  • Is that frog out for a jog? In the fog? This title is just one in the eight-book, early-reading series featuring word families. Words progress into short phrases, then simple sentences, as a flip of the page reveals a new word in this acclaimed, inte...


  • Is that a quack shack? Will the ball stay on the wall? Flip a page and watch a sack turn into quacks with sack and then sack on jack! Quack Shack features these word families: -ack, -ick, -ock Nouns or verbs from a word family are shown. Single words...


  • This interactive early reading book invites children to flip the pages to reveal a different word and picture. The use of word families helps children to recognise similarities between words that rhyme, and creates connections between words with simi...







  • Flip a page, find a rhyme!It's learning through fun—every time!Even kids who can’t read a sentence can read one word, or a two-word phrase. By putting their hands on the pages, kids are pulled into the learning dynamic. They make the page turn, an...


  • FLIP a page, find a rhyme!It’s learning through fun—every time!Even kids who can’t read a sentence can read one word, or a two-word phrase. By putting their hands on the pages, kids are pulled into the learning dynamic. They make the page turn, ...


  • Based loosely on the Comden & Green song "I Say Good Morning to the Sun," jaunty verse takes readers to different landscapes in which a small boy is saying so many "good morning"'s that by the time he is done, it's time to say "goodnight " All are re...


  • Can you dig a pig in a wig? How'd that pet get so wet? Will Pop stop or will he hop? Flip a page and watch a bun and a a kid on a run turn into a sun and a kid having fun! With bright art done in the Japanese anime style, each of these early reading ...


  • Can you dig a pig in a wig? How'd that pet get so wet? Will Pop stop or will he hop? Flip a page and watch a bun and a a kid on a run turn into a sun and a kid having fun! With bright art done in the Japanese anime style, each of these interactive ea...


  • Song-like rhyming text invites readers to guess what different components add up to. For example, a secret's part whisper, part keeping mum, and a certain kind of fruit is part peach and part plum (a nectarine). When you're on the equator you're part...


  • Once upon a time there was a Bear who found a forest clearing where... there were seven mats to serve as beds, for seven friends to rest their heads. An outdoor sleepover with treats and songs! Such a beautiful night! What could possibly go wrong? It...


  • A runaway kitty named Simon introduces kids to what it takes to put on a show and have a moment in the spotlight. It's a kid-pleasing peek at a fascinating world the draws both stardom-seekers and those who prefer to remain behind the scenes. With il...



  • The re-issue of this strong-selling gift book (a companion to 41 Uses for a Grandma) will get a smile of recognition from both grandfathers and grandkids. From dance partner to handyman, the fun and functions of grandfathers are inventively explored....


  • Seven anxious mother animals ask the title question, "Where is my baby?" The babies are revealed beneath each flap, as are their particular baby animal names (piglet, kid, chick, lamb, etc.), and each makes its signature sound (an oink, moo, meow, qu...


  • This classic Ziefert Taback board book was named one of the "10 Best Books for Babies" by "Beginning with Books." The fun begins when a rooster's "cock-a-doodle-doo " is answered with a "moo " This enduring favorite combines interactivity with Caldec...


  • Wha-ooo-ooo-roo " Lucy is having a little trouble adjusting to her new home. Droll illustrations pair with a charming and insightful text to offer a relatable portrait of what it's like to get to know someone new, and to take on their concerns as if ...


  • Max's dog, Puppy, is lost She was here, and now she's gone. Where can Puppy be? Max can't sleep Max can't eat He calls for her, plasters posters all over town, and searches everywhere for his beloved pet. It's not until both Max and Puppy have the...


  • Louie loves watching his young master paint, and when the boy puts his finishing touches on a particularly good self-portrait, Louie barks enthusiastically. One day, when the boy is at school, Louie tries his own paw at painting a still life. Is this...


  • In this story about the relationship between a boy and his father, Edward yearns to be big like his dad and fast like a fire truck. He and his dad go to the park, then walk home, play, and have dinner before Edward has a bath and is tucked into bed. ...


  • Using every means of transportation possiblea bicycle build for two, a bus, a helicopter, a camel, even a whaleMillie and Mike let their imaginations run wild, livening up an otherwise dull afternoon with a trip around the world. This amazing travelo...


  • A boisterous parade of farm animals on their way to the barn certainly can cause quite a stir. With the cow mooing, the piglet oinking, the duck quacking, the chickens pecking and the cat meowing, it's a wonder they arrive at all. When they all get t...


  • A cat turns into a bat, turns into a rat, turns into a hat! Just flip the pages and—presto-change-o!—a different word and picture appear. This bright, bold, friendly book uses phonics to teach word recognition and rhyming patterns. Learning to re...






  • ""If we are late and miss the bus, Grandpa will drive us to schooleven if he hasn't shaved. That's what grandpas are for." "If my arms are empty, my grandchildren will fill them. That's what grandchildren are for."" What makes a grandfather special t...


  • Set to the rollicking rhythm of The House That Jack Built and similar in format to the highly popular This is Passover and It's Hanukkah!, this cumulative book in rhyme describes the many delights that a large, extended family will enjoy for Thanksgi...


  • You really can't see your bones with binoculars...but you can see them with X-rays! Actual X-rays of real bones overlay the quirky illustrations and an engaging, interactive text take kids through the skeletal system, inviting them to find and feel t...


  • Two children look through their grandparents' wedding album with their grandmother, and discover how she met and fell in love with their grandfather, and what their wedding was like. The story is capped off with a universal wish of grandparents--to b...


  • Bunny, Charlie's favorite toy, learns about life from the boy who takes him everywhere. When Charlie plays the tuba, Bunny learns about LOUD; when they play doctor, Bunny learns about OUCH; when they eat dinner, Bunny learns about MESSY. Harriet Zief...


  • Caldecott Medal winner Simms Taback's vibrant illustrations and Harriet Ziefert's rhythmic text will have young readers prancing and dancing with delight. Swing! features animals on a jaunty walk to the zoo. This sturdy board book with lenticular art...


  • Caldecott Medal winner Simms Taback's vibrant illustrations and Harriet Ziefert's rhythmic text will have young readers waddling, wiggling, swaying, and swooping with delight. Wiggle!s animals are ready for a dip in the sea. This sturdy board book wi...


  • How can you take care of me? Let me count the ways. Photographs of whimsical, handmade dolls accompany a lively text featuring all the ways children want to be taken care of. From the timeless "Play with Me" to the contemporary "E-mail Me," this book...


  • Butterfly Birthday completes a quartet of booksSnow Party, Mermaid Dance and By the Light of the Harvest Moonthat celebrates the many and miraculous wonders of the changing seasons. On the first day of spring, bugs—dressed in their finest attire—...


  • The National Jewish Book Award finalists for Hanukkah Haiku return with Passover: Celebrating Now, Remembering Then, a celebration of Passover's past and present, its meanings, its history, and its traditions. Karla Gudeon's folk-inspired artwork ser...


  • As the harvest moon shines down, the wind picks up, sending orange, yellow, and crimson leaves dancing, until they settle in a pumpkin patch. One-by-one, leaf people emerge to celebrate the autumnal equinox.Mark Jones's rich pastel illustrations brin...



  • A story about sewing and sharing, recycling and remembering, this book follows a special party dress a grandmother makes for her granddaughter. When her granddaughter grows taller, new fabric is added. The next year, the dress is ingeniously turned i...


  • In this lighthearted opposites book, the toucan wants to let the anteater know which one of them is up and which is down. The flamingo thinks she's nice . . . and that the gorilla is grouchy. And the giraffe is peering over the fence to let the pengu...


  • Think Pink Think Party Think Posey "Posey Plans a Party" has a lot of "p-word" alliteration and asks kids to count how many "p" words are in the story. The plot portrays Posey and her family planning, assembling, and enjoying a tea party. It's a p...


  • If the first snow falls on the first day of winter, the snow men, snow women, and snow children come out for a special party. The festivities include food, dancing, singing, and some surprises With breathtaking pastel illustrations and an understate...


  • All Max wants to do is fly . . . and climb . . . and be a hero. But when he tries to do something heroic, his mom and dad prefer him to sit still and be quiet. When will Max get his chance to shine? Mighty Max captures that phase when many little boy...


  • Posey is back and learning how to paint! In this charming story, the heroine of Posey Prefers Pink gets a lesson in painting from her mom. While mopping up spills and mixing colors, Posey learns how to turn a mistake into a work of art!...


  • It's never any useto argue with . . .. . . a moose!A moose, an owl, and an elephant are just a few of the animals that show up in this stylish picture book. Todd McKie's art perfectly compliments Harriet Ziefert's and Fred Ehrlich's clever, silly rhy...


  • Behold the power of pink! Posey knows what little girls everywhere understand—there's never too much pink. This first book presents Posey's picks and preferences in clothes, décor, and what to eat and play with. Is it all pink? Possibly . . . not!...




  • "Bold illustrations depict Halloween s splendor in this counting book. . . . Simple word repetition will sustain the tension for very young listeners." THE HORN BOOK Now with more than 40 colorful stickers. If one little witch meets one little witch,...


  • Who’s the big kid in the family? It’s Max, and he explains all the things he can do that Baby can’t. But, both older and younger siblings will appreciate Max’s wish: that Baby could talk to him and tell him how much she cares about her big br...


  • Bessie is trying to get ready for school, but her room is so messy she can't find anything! Will she locate her keys, her books, and her permission slip, and still get to school on time? Finding the missing objects amidst all the clutter of Bessie's ...


  • How can a little donkey replace a lost toy?And it's a balloona balloon that Buzzy can talk to, play games with, and have as a constant companion. Buzzy gets a little help from his mother when the balloon deflates, but has to find his own replacement ...


  • Mommy, I Want to Sleep in Your Bed! is back in a new miniature format, complete with Charlie's stuffed dog, Fuzzy, tucked into his very own bed. Young children can pull back the covers and put Fuzzy to bed before drifting off to sleep themselves. Inc...


  • It’s a situation kids know all too well: the food they have to eat is BORING! What’s the answer? Trade and share! Three friends see how fair they can be as they distribute and redistribute the food they brought. The lively, appealing art comes fr...


  • Polly Go Lightly has an invitation for ballet-loving children: come dance! She’s the budding ballerina who’s the twirling, swirling star of her class. From pliés and jetés to pirouettes and arabesques, the movement-filled illustrations capture ...


  • A flea kicking a tree, a rat wearing a hat (sitting on a baseball bat) and a moose drinking juice in a big red caboose: what strange and wonderful things are happening here? Maybe it’s all a little boy’s dream… Irresistibly rhythmic verse and i...


  • Nomi, Ken, and Kira, the stars of Who’s at the Movies?, are at the amusement park—riding the roller coaster, driving bumper cars, and snacking on cotton candy. Illustrated with cool Manga-style art, this is sure to become a favorite. ...


  • Tanya Roitman’s I’m Going to Read titles have already transported children to Boston and New York City. Now, she takes them on a tour of America’s capital, where they’ll visit the White House, look for past presidents, and learn fun facts abo...


  • Training for a dog show is never easy, but Murphy and Cheryl are determined to be ready for the agility contest in the big show. To get through the competition, Murphy must go across the plank, down the A-frame, in and out of the poles, through the t...


  • No! No! And no! A little boy wants no shower, no eggs at breakfast, no scarf or hat or gloves to wear. But he gives a big, firm “YES” to taking his backpack, having his homework done, and listening in class. And in the end, no and yes come togeth...


  • A tumble, a gash, and blood everywhere: Jon’s fallen off his bike and hurt his head. Now he has to be brave as the doctor stitches and fixes him up. Realistically portraying a child’s fear, this reassuring tale explains just what happens at the d...


  • Juice, cookies, flowers, and presents on a tray—that’s a surprise any mom would love! Young readers will enjoy this charming story about three siblings who combine forces to do something wonderful for their Mom. It’s perfect for celebrating a b...


  • This tale of two kitties who like fun and games is the cat’s meow! Just like children, Tic and Tac play hide and seek and chase each other around and around. But when Rover joins in, does that mean trouble? Elliot Kreloff’s (Fish Wish) colorful, ...


  • Which rule will kids like best? There are so many to choose from, whether they’re at home, in school, or out in public. Maybe…Don’t eat spaghetti through your nose. Or, Always tie your shoelaces—but not together. With its sublime sense of the...



  • Buzzy will not put his toys away. He will not take a bath. He will not brush his teeth. So Buzzy gets a time-out in his bedroom. First he sulks. Then he gets bored. And then he begins to play. He gives his trucks a time-out, and his bear a time-out, ...



  • Lulu wants to make her grandmother a really good present. A big present. A beautiful present. The best hat her grandmother has ever had. She decorates it with flowers and leaves and feathersall of Grandma's favorite things. But it's not special enoug...


  • Buzzy is going to the beach! The ocean is big and he's a little frightened.In "Brave Buzzy," he takes his first steps into a brand-new experience. In "Busy Buzzy," he is upset when his sand castle washes away. But he starts all over again with a litt...


  • Watch out for the whale! 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? Exciting images capture all the action in this true tale of a whale that got lost...


  • A group of demanding dolls act out an ABC of action words.Buckle me!Dance with me!Follow me!Kiss me!This 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...



  • Every child who s ever been told "Be quiet " will relate to this story about too much noise. Andy wants to blow his horn, but his family thinks his tooting is just too loud. Will he find a place to play? You can almost hear the music with every turn ...



  • With Easter on its way, Little Mouse has the Easter Bunny on her mind. More than anything, she wants to meet him. But what does he look like? And where can he be? Even Daddy isn't sure--although he knows the fellow will have long ears, a fluffy tail,...


  • Laura Rader's charming art, reusable colorful vinyl stickers, and an enjoyably interactive story make this board book a perfect Valentine's Day gift for that special child. By just picking the stickers they like best, kids can join Rosie Rabbit's cel...


  • A little girl finds out about the true meaning of Christmas, from the story of Jesus's birth to the joys of family--and young children will happily celebrate and learn with her. Every cheery and colorful page features a flap to lift that answers one ...


  • When Lulu grows up, she wants "a really, really big job." She doesn't want to wash elephantsshe'd get all wet. She doesn't want to be a doctorshe doesn't like shots. She doesn't want to drive a big righard hats itch. She wants the biggest, most impor...


  • A mysterious dragon arrives on a distant planet, and it's up to William to convince the people of his town that, even though he might look frightening, the dragon means no harm. Defending the dragon, William courageously stands up for what he knows i...


  • Who doesn't love a parade? And what parade could ever be more exciting than a circus parade? From clowns to elephants, jugglers to acrobats, dancing dogs to prancing ponies, excitement fills the air. So catch the beat of the big bass drum here comes ...


  • Having a bad day? You'll feel better after reading this book! Kids and grown-ups alike are sure to relate to the many miseries that fill these pages. Misery Is a Smell In Your Backpack is the perfect pick-me-up for the less-than-perfect day!As they d...


  • "Ten little monkeys swinging on a bar; two let go and didn't fall far. "It's a jungle gym in here, for 10 sock monkeys having a swinging time. Two by two, these increasingly popular and adorable creatures drop away, while all the rest continue to pla...


  • Grandma is much more than just the matriarch of the family. Whether she's keeping time during a race, building the perfect toy, turning the pages while you play your music, or just warming your hands, there are many reasons why a grandmother is great...



  • A must read that will bring comfort and reassurance for every child who has a favorite toy. Buzzy had a Little Lamb gently helps children understand that going to school means growing up and saying good-bye, if only for a few hours, to old "comfort" ...


  • Daughter see, daughter do. Mommy's so elegant, and she will be too. How lovely they look, both adorned in earrings and necklaces, well-groomed with lipstick and polish, and with their hair done in curls. Slip on those stockings, snatch up those pocke...


  • "This old man""He plays one...""That makes reading lots of fun..." A favorite children's song gets bright new art that captures all its "knick-knack, paddywhack, give a dog a bone" rhythm and rhyme. Every child loves "This Old Man." Every child sings...


  • From the terrific illustrator of Who Built the Ark? and Oh, What a Noisy Farm! comes another hilarious cumulative tale, full of joy and action: a topsy-turvy version of Old Macdonald. With fuzzy flocking throughout and on the cover, this bright pictu...


  • A rollicking, rhyming description of the ins and outs, and ups and downs of every family. The upbeat text is certain to bring smiles and chuckles to everyone, because everybody has family, and everybody likes to moan and groan about family life, and ...



  • It's like a game of hide-and-seek. Little Hippo is looking up and down, all around, trying to find Grandma. Could she be behind the door, somewhere in the garden, relaxing in the bath? Open all the nice, big flaps and see what Grandma's doing. And wh...


  • When Little Hippo wakes, he knows just what he wants to do. Grandpa, can you play with me? But Grandpa has to say, "Not yet." Lift the flaps and there you'll see all the things that keep him busy. But soon the time comes when Grandpa's free, and tog...



  • What fun! Scooter the pig and his grandparents are dining in a real restaurant tonight. That means Scooter wants to show off his good manners. But what should he do? Lift the flaps and find out exactly what it means to be polite. At the table, Scoote...


  • It's two books in one as Buzzy and his gentle humor triumph over anxieties so many children experience: the bathtub (will Buzzy run the risk of being sucked down into the drain?) and bedtime (just who is really lurking in the dark corners of Buzzy's ...


  • In this contest, which asks students to protect an egg and then drop it from a specified height so that it lands on the ground intact, it's all or nothing. If Hank's egg falls to the ground without breaking, he wins. If it breaks or smashes, he loses...


  • A young boy has all sorts of wishes for Santa, but what would Christmas really be like if Santa marched to a different drummer? Endearing pictures and a fanciful story suggest the delightful possibilities.Christmas is coming, and Maxie has wishes. ...


  • Every summer Emma spends a month in the country with Grandpa. Emma enjoys her grandpa and the big tree that lives on his farm. She plays under it, swings from its branches, and climbs up high. One day the tree is struck by lightning and is badly dama...


  • It’s the most irresistible, the noisiest, the wildest farm caper ever—and a great way to share animal names and sounds with young ones. The lively rhymes and bright, vivid illustrations will make this a classic favorite with kids.The game i...


  • When Rebecca the skunk moves out, it really raises a stink.Rebecca the skunk, who lives under a deck in the suburbs, tolerates the owner's dog and eludes all the traps he sets to ensnare her. But when three big scoopfuls of mothballs are flung into h...


  • Back-to-school is worth celebrating every bit as much as Halloween -- and readers who remember Halloween has Boo! will chortle and smile when Harriet Ziefert casts her sharp eye on the details that make school so special. From bells that ring to kids...


  • A fun twist on a favorite holiday song, and a truly dazzling countdown to Christmas. On the first day of Christmas, my mommy gave to me, A puppy under the tree. Kids will be singing with joy. What a magnificent Christmas present this beautiful book w...


  • Just by pretending, Scooter can be anything or do anything he wants. That’s the great thing about make-believe. But Scooter’s pal has never heard of “let’s pretend,” so the friendly pig plans to show him exactly what it means. Together, the...


  • This zany counting book introduces a number of concepts from counting and basic addition to different words for quantities (a trio is made of three) to the number of participants required for certain activities (eleven are needed for a soccer team). ...


  • The first book in the Buzzy series introduces us to this lovable little donkey. Buzzy gets a boo-boo, Daddy helps to clean it, Mommy soothes his tears, and his sister helps him choose a Band-Aid, which all help to make Buzzy feel much better.The Buzz...


  • Dad can be there to coach your soccer team, feed your pet, lend you money, or just hold your hand when you need support. His resume is sure to include: dancing partner, bug catcher, jar opener, and campfire builder. But what is Dad the best at? Being...


  • Hank and Irma are back in another funny and original portrayal of a boy and his not-so-ordinary dog. Hank doesn't know what to get his mom for Mother's Day. he asks all of his friends for ideas. One suggests a pony, another recommends a butterfly, bu...


  • Rosa is ten years old, and she lives with her grandmother, her little brother, and her uncle in a small town in Mexico. But her mother lives in the United States, trying to earn much-needed money to send home to her family. So Rosa has not seen her m...



  • 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 f...


  • At Christmastime, Nicky just can't decide what to give his mother. After asking a dog, a bear, a horse, a pig, a sheep, and some birds for gift-giving advice, he decides to give his mom EVERYTHING suggested, including the worm! Toddlers will find ans...


  • Mother Duck wants to show off her twelve newly hatched ducklings, so she parades them up the hill, across the road, and along the edge of the pasture. But when Mother Duck finally turns around, eight of her little ducklings are gone! She counts up, a...


  • Moms are great at so many things Mom is the one you go to if you need a knee patched or an elbow bandaged, if you want to hear the best story or eat the best cookies. Telling time is her forte, and surely her resume includes titles like Party Planne...


  • Jessica’s grandpa is an artist, and she loves to visit him in his studio. On this visit, Jessica and her grandpa paint a picture together, and he teaches her a little about color and composition along the way. Readers will enjoy watching the painti...



  • It's almost Valentine's Day, and James puts a very special Valentine in the mail. The little card has to travel a long way. It rides in a truck, in a van, and even in an airplane. When it finally arrives at 4 Crestwood Drive, a little girl runs outsi...


  • Nicky, the sweet young cat, is back in an adorable, small-size board book with large flapsperfectly designed for little hands.At Easter, Nicky must answer the perennial questionwhere is my Easter egg? Toddlers, who love to ponder large issues such as...


  • Nicky, that kitten with a heart of gold, is back in a bright, new lift-the-flap board-book format. WHERES NICKY'S VALENTINE? will have readers guessing whether the friendly kitten will get the valentines to his friends on time...and have one waiting ...


  • Sly rhymes, quirky illustrations plus die-cut covers with holographic foil result in this holiday board book with an extra-special sparkle. Doors have holly and grown-ups have jolly; Santas have wrinkles and presents have crinkles. In verse guarantee...



  • Sly rhymes, quirky illustrations plus die-cut covers with holographic foil result in this holiday board book with an extra-special sparkle. Spiders have spin and pumpkins have grin; Brooms have witches and witches have glitches. In verse guaranteed t...


  • Children will delight in seeing all of the exciting things they can do with their cousins--such as go to the beach, have sleepovers, and be in weddings together--in an adorable lift-the-flap book. Original....


  • Spectators in Chatham wait to see what will come next as they watch the town's Fourth of July parade, and although they are sad when it is over, they still have one more treat waiting for them. Reprint....



  • Children will love lifting the flaps of this bright and cheerful book to see all of the wonderful things that teachers do, such as giving juice and cookies when it is snack time and leading trips to the museum. Original....


  • His brother might be tired, but Little Gator sure isn’t. He wants to go exploring. So while his brother rests on the banks of the mangrove swamp, Little Gator swims off in search of new friends. On his journey he encounters all kinds of creatures, ...




  • Although others participate by driving, riding, and making music, Amanda Dade--with baton in hand--leads the parade of one-of-a-kind, humorously-clad characters to welcome the arrival of the New Year. Reprint....


  • Many creatures—from wasps, to messy chipmunks, to a family of chickadees—take shelter in the birdhouse. As the months and seasons pass, the birdhouse tells the story of each of its dwellers: their comings and goings, the nests they build, and the...


  • Murphy is a simple dog with simple pleasures. He’s happy just to lie on the porch and watch the people go by, especially if they have treats for him to eat! All those treats add up, though, and even Murphy has to admit that maybe he’s not such a ...


  • It s fun to play hide-and-seek with a brother, or build a fort, or jump in puddles. You can make a brother laugh, play baseball together, and keep each other company when Mom and Dad go out. A brother is a lifelong friend. Sisters and brothers alike ...




  • You can climb a tree with a sister, or have a pillow fight, or ride the see-saw. A sister can keep you company in the back of the car, play dress-up with you, and help you when it’s time to clean up. A sister is a special someone to love. This swee...



  • Nighttime on Sigmund's farm brings dreams to both the people and animals. And just what might the creatures be dreaming of? There's hay and apples, climbing and running, of course-but sailing away and bike-riding? Like all the best dreams these conta...


  • Young George has a square head. He is a squarehead, and, being so, prefers square to any other shape. He particularly can’t seem to get his mind around the idea of shapes without right angles — circles, ovals, and spheres. George finds wheels anno...


  • Despite knowing all the rules to behaving in a proper manner, these lively kids decide not to follow them for fear that they may become grown-up too soon, in a lively picture book with full-color illustrations....


  • There once lived an old man and an old woman who wanted a child, so they made a little girl out of snow. When the old woman kissed her, she came to life! The old couple was very happy until the warm weather came, and the snow child had to go. But whe...


  • Clara Ann Cookie has to go to bed, but she doesn’t want to. Mom insists. Clara shouts, “No.” She puts up a fight, but eventually finds herself alone in her room. She can’t go to sleep until her dolls and bears go to bed, so she glares at her ...


  • Pumpkin Pie is a very special goat, so special that his owner, Donald, picks him to compete for a blue ribbon at the Fourth of July fair. Pumpkin Pie tells all about the preparations for the fair. Even how a special goat like him can have trouble get...



  • When you need worms for fishing, Grandpa knows just where to look. Grandpas are great at making things, like bookshelves, burgers, and funny faces. Some grandpas like to sing old songs, some like to play baseball, and all grandpas make you feel speci...


  • Spending time with Grandma is so much fun! She knows all about butterflies, snails, and computers. And she has great ideas for new adventures. Grandma will play dress-up with you, and she'll show you pictures of your mom when she was a little girl. T...







  • Most of all what Max wanted to know was:When will she talk?Max is thrilled with his new baby sister. He can't wait to talk and play with her! But all the baby seems to do is eat, sleep, and cry. Though Max feels a little impatient, he never stops tal...


  • Daddies do so many terrific things. A daddy always gives you the best seat at the parade, he reads you bedtime stories, and he tries his best to fix your toys when they break (even if he doesn't always succeed). Filled with soft, beautiful watercolor...


  • A mommy is a special person. She knows just how to kiss a boo-boo to make it feel better and how to do hair-dos. When you need an audience for your puppet show, a mommy will always watch. Lift the flaps and see all the ways a mommy is wonderful. This...


  • "When Clara Ann Cookie had to get dressed, she got grumpy and grouchy and very distressed." Getting dressed in the morning is simply too much for Clara Ann to face. Lucky for her she has a resourceful mother who comes up with a clever face-making gam...



  • Bob and Shirley are two huge lobsters who live in the ocean near Maine. One day they are caught in a net. Will they end up as someone's dinner? This amazing true story includes Science Fun activities to encourage children to observe and learn....


  • "If you send a valentine, you'll receive one," Margery's mother tells her. So Margery sends a valentine to her grandpa, and she waits and waits. Will she ever get one? Lift the flaps to find the sweet surprise in Margery's mailbox...


  • Max does everything he can think of to encourage his new sibling to be born. He talks to his mommy's tummy, sings to it, plays his drum for it, but nothing seems to work. Max is convinced that this baby will never arrive ... until the day finally com...


  • baby's christmas is a soft, padded cloth book filled with simple activities for baby squeak the reindeer's nose touch Santa's fuzzy beard play with the cuddly teddy bear lift the snowman's hat open the Christmas gift ...and more!...


  • Introducing the charming and lovable Elomenopeo--no ordinary cat. Elomenopeo has a strict daily routine. First he goes outside to play in the garden and to wistfully observe the flying birds, then he curls up for a nap and his favorite dream. But one...





  • In cumulative verse based on a popular folk poem and zany full-color pictures, a celebratory look at immigration features a young man who arrives in America with nothing but a strong back, a good heart, and a sense of humor. Reissue....






  • From the spicy aroma of a bayberry candle to the sweet smell of vanilla, the glorious scents of Christmas come to life in a scratch-and-sniff holiday treat, along with a cast of mischievous mice who lead children on a nose-tickling adventure. Childre...



  • A simple, lively text and bright cut-paper collages bring the holiday of Hanukkah to life as a candle is lit on every page, dreidels are spun, and stories are told, in an educational, fun-to-read introduction to the Jewish holiday....





  • What'll we do with this baby-o, If she won't go to sleepy-o? Rock her soft, rock her hard; Rock her into the chicken yard! Nothing will appease baby-o. No amount of soothing, singing, dancing, or sheer craziness will get baby-o to stop crying and go ...




  • As she sets off to meet the king, Henny-Penny encounters Cocky-Locky, Ducky-Lucky, and other friends who decide to come along with her on her adventure, but when Foxy-Loxy appears, he has other plans in mind and tries to steer her away. Simultaneous....


  • Using a magic word, a little girl can have her fill of porridge anytime as the magic pot will simply fill up for her, but when her mother tries to do the same thing without the use of the magic word, her results are very different. Simultaneous....


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  • Benji Bear has to prepare for Christmas, and young readers are invited to join him in decorating his home through the use of thirty reusable vinyl stickers that can be placed on brilliantly illustrated background designs....


  • In an interactive tale featuring reusable stickers, young readers help Benjy Bear get prepared for Halloween by carving the jack-o'-lantern, putting up the seasonal decorations, getting his costume on, and more....


  • Provides a colorful easy-to-read retelling of the classic tale about a princess who comes in from the rain and is given shelter by the queen, who then, unbeknownst to the princess, gives her guest a test to determine if the princess is truly who she ...


  • Presents the amusing tale of an old man who is not able to pull a stubborn turnip out of the ground and goes in search of assistance from others, young and old, who come to his aid but are not able to help him either. Simultaneous....



  • A word-and-picture flap book features appealing illustrations that are enhanced by visual and verbal interplay, and toddlers are invited to help transform a boad into a goat, a bear into a pear, and a carrot into a parrot....








  • The first little pig builds a house of straw, but the hungry wolf blows it down. The second little pig builds a house of sticks, but the hungry wolf blows that down too. What will happen to the third little pig? A familiar story line, brief sentences...


  • Level Two Based on a classic tale, this story is about a teeny-tiny woman who goes for a teeny-tiny walk. She finds a teeny-tiny bone and takes it home to make some teeny-tiny soup. She may be teeny-tiny, but she's in for a big surprise!...


  • In this full-color lift-the-flap story, Little Mouse goes to the mall with her mother and searches for Santa Claus behind wrapping paper and colorful store displays. By the author of What is Hanukkah? ...




  • A sturdy lift-the-flap book follows Little Mouse on her trip to the mall where the Easter Bunny is supposed to be visiting, and of her search through doorways, around corners, and behind newspapers to find him. Original....


  • A lively kitten is introduced to a variety of baby animals and learns to count along the way, and is accompanied by interactive flaps to lift that reveal surprises and familiar images to young readers. Original....


  • Why do we light candles? Whatis a dreidel? Josh learns the answers to these questions and the story of Hanukkah as he celebrates this special holiday with his family.Why do we light the menorah? What do the letters on the dreidel mean? Josh learns a...


  • A pop-up book perfect for an amusing Halloween provides scratch-and-sniffs, flaps, and even a mylar mirror, along with witches George and Griselda daring readers throughout to have a creepy good time....









  • Jason is riding the bus when a dog sits down right in the middle of the road. He will not get out of the way! A lady tries to move him and a policeman tries, too. But only Jason knows how to get that dog to move . . ....













  • Nicky may be young, but he's one careful cat! On each spread, Nicky demonstrates the difference between what's potentially dangerous and what's perfectly safe. Toddlers will find answers under ingenious flaps that reveal new scenes with every flip....


  • Little Mouse is fascinated by her very first Halloween. From making a costume with her mother to greeting trick-or-treaters at the door, Little Mouse discovers the wonders of this spirited holiday in an inventive lift-the-flap book—just right for b...


  • By helping her parents prepare a huge Thanksgiving feast for a large and loving extended family, Little Mouse gets a hands-on introduction to the holiday -- and so will young readers as they lift the flaps to join in the fun of the mouse family's Tha...










  • When Kara's sister, brother, and father are too busy to play with her, she finds a big, red blanket and plays with it by herself, in a simple story that includes stickers that contain each of the words...

























  • A fun-filled hide-and-seek game book that poses questions and then reveals the answers when children lift the flap. The bright, cheerful art and simple text will delight young children and teach simple concepts about the everyday world. Full-color il...


  • Although Sarah's visit with her grandmother is cut short before her special woolly afghan is finished, Grandma comes to Sarah's home for a visit months later and brings the afghan--plus an extra surprise...














  • Discovering that their beloved former teacher Miss Applebaum is terminally ill, fifteen-year-old Henry and his friend Zelda accompany her on her excursions to the colorful parts of New York City and join her in confronting death with quiet courage....













  • Illus. in full color. "A fresh and moving story of a mother's dedication to acquire a coat for her daughter in post-World War II hard times. Anna's mother decides to trade the few valuables she has left for wool and for the services of a spinner, a w...



  • Nicky the cat helps a lady dig in her garden, shares in the polishing of a man's car, picks up a dropped scarf, and engages in other helpful acts of kindness. Movable flaps conceal portions of the illustrations....


  • Using their cache of already published easy-to-read books, Puffin launched their Easy-to-Read program. Favorite stories by such beloved authors as James Marshall, Jean Van Leeuwen, and Harriet Ziefert are certain to attract readers to this series. Th...





















  • Illus. in full color. This "is a read-and-count story featuring dogs of varying size, shape and color who weave a story of canine adventure at the beach. Each colorfully illustrated page is brimming with dogs just crying to be counted as they swim, f...



  • A dog and his pet cat share good-night kisses and playful dreams until morning wakes them, in this bedtime story for youngest beginning readers. Step 1 Readers feature big type and easy words for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin...




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    Although others participate by driving, riding, and making music, Amanda Dade--with baton in hand--leads the parade of one-of-a-kind, humorously-clad characters to welcome the arrival of the New Year....