Book List in Order: 17 titles

  • Llamacorn saves the day by bravely leading his horned friends to work together to rescue Mousicorn and Squirrelcorn. Dive into this feel-good story as Llamacorn and his friends work to save Mousicorn and Squirrelcorn from the pink Lemonade River. G...


  • Introduce your brilliant baby to famous naturalist and photographer Ansel Adams. Ansel Adams was twelve years old when he received his first camera on a trip to Yosemite National Park. He spent the rest of his life taking photographs and advocati...


  • Introduce your brilliant baby to the American icon Johnny Appleseed. John Chapman, known as ''Johnny Appleseed,'' planted apple tree nurseries all over Pennsylvania, Ontario, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and West Virginia. He believed nobody should e...


  • Be silly! Lewis Carroll''s hilarious poetry will lead the way. Lewis Carroll, author of Alice''s Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass, ''Jabberwocky,'' and ''The Walrus and the Carpenter,'' was the king of silly. Kate Coombs'' writ...


  • Introduce brilliant babies to the world around them with Robert Frost''s ''The Road Not Taken.'' Little Poet Robert Frost: Two Roads introduces toddlers to Frost''s beloved poem, ''The Road Not Taken'' through Kate Coombs'' sweet story, the entir...


  • A fanciful cross between a llama and a unicorn, Llamacorns are cuddly, magical friends who are spreading kindness across the land. Llamacorn land is filled with special creatures. Meet the well-known and beautiful Unicorn, the clumsy Buffalocorn, a b...


  • Introduce your baby to the fascinating adventures of famous naturalist John Muir. John Muir was a Scottish-born American naturalist, author who became known as “Father of the National Parks.” Millions have read his letters, essays, and books of h...


  • Introduce clever babies to classic poets with Gibbs Smith’s new Little Poet series. “I do love nothing in the world so well as you.” Little Poet William Shakespeare: I Love You pairs loving lines from The Bard’s famous plays and sonnets with ...


  • Introduce clever babies to classic poets with Gibbs Smith’s new Little Poet series. Avid gardener and poet Emily Dickinson collected 424 pressed flower specimens and wrote nearly 1800 poems in her lifetime, with nature and plants inspiring many of ...






  • Introduce your baby to the stunning artwork of famous naturalist John James Audubon. John James Audubon was an ornithologist, naturalist, and painter. He is known for his stunning illustrations and paintings of North American birds in their natural h...


  • Twilight's here. The death bell rings. Everyone knows what the death bell brings -- it's time for class! You're in the place where goblins wail and zombies drool. (That's because they're kindergartners.) Welcome to Monster School. In this entertainin...


  • The adored children’s classic Goodnight Moon gets a classic lit makeover in this charming parody of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice novel. All of Austen’s much-loved characters are at the Netherfield Ball. In the great ballroom, there was a c...


  • It’s the Tooth Fairy against Nathan, a boy who’d rather keep his tooth than get the cash, thank you very much! Nathan’s lost his first tooth! And he’s thinking he’ll hold on to it, so thanks-but-no-thanks, Tooth Fairy. This is one tooth ...


  • A classic tale of love and acceptance from the Brothers Grimm is beautifully rendered in this magical retelling. Hans is an unusual boy. Born a hedgehog from the waist up, he knows what it’s like to truly be an outcast. Even his amazing fiddle p...


  • When Meg's dragon, Laddy, flies away from home, she knows she must go on a quest to find him. But she hasn't counted on her parents, the king and queen of Greeve, sending ten guardsmen along. Fortunately, she is also accompanied by her best friends: ...


  • "A dragon darkens our dells. A witch haunts our woods. Bandits roam our moors" . . . King Stromgard swept on. "In the tradition of so many monarchs, I offer my daughter's hand in marriage and half my kingdom to the prince who can rid us of these evil...


  • In the village of Maldinga, anyone troubled by a secret knows just where to take it -- by following the winding path through the woods to Kalli's cottage. Tailors and farmers, marriage-makers and bakers -- almost everyone comes to see Kalli, for she ...