Book List in Order: 11 titles


  • Meet Rhoobart. He's tarnished and tattered and, worst of all, his heart's broken. He'll have to go to the Spare Parts Mart, dig through their parts, and find a new heart. Meet Poptart, the robot. She's energetic and smart and has her own ideas a...



  • It's hard to make friends when you're always stinging or biting someone... Down by the great big, brilliant blue river, a not-so-bright crocodile and an equally pea-brained scorpion lived peacefully by themselves. One day, the scorpion realized he...



  • This oft-loved nursery rhyme benefits from the collaboration between author/illustrators Rebecca Emberley and her father, Caldecott award winner Ed Emberley. The Emberleys have created 10 books together, and like their previous work, "The Itsy Bitsy ...



  • While hard at work on her chores, an ant hears the wonderful clickety click chirrup of music coming from the distance. Although she knows she should focus on the task at hand, she can't help but explore the joyful noise! Award-winning team Rebecc...



  • Thought-provoking visual illusions and characters that are bright, bold, and original accompany a text that is pleasing to the ear yet just right for the newest reader. Mice skate on ice. As they skate, their blades leave lines that depict a cat. ...



  • In this rendition of Aesop's fable, a mouse finds herself trapped by a caged lion in the city zoo. When the lion sets her free, she promises to return the favor. ...



  • If there's one thing beasties love to do, it's dance! When one little beastie is joined by two little, three little, and more little beasties, we count UP until there's a party on the page. But when one of the little beastie starts trouble, it's time...



  • In this sparkling version of a classic tale, Red Hen finds a recipe for a Simply Splendid Cake and asks her friends the cat, the rat, and the frog to help with the preparations. But it seems as though her friends want no part in the cake until it’s...



  • A brand-new monster twist on a classic song by Caldecott Medalist Ed Emberley and his daughter, Rebecca Emberley. Children will stomp their paws, twitch their tails, snort and growl, and wiggle and wriggle along with this bright and bold picture b...







  • A brand-new monster twist--by a Caldecott medalist and his daughter!There was an old monster who swallowed a tickI don't know why he swallowed that tick'Cause it made him feel sick!When he swallowed some ants, he danced in his pants. He swallowed a l...



  • Hop into bed,Turn over thrice,And whisper this softly:Night's nice, night's nice, night's nice.Good Night.NIGHT'S NICE will lull little ones to sleep with its soothing, sing-song text and picturesque, stunning nightscapes throughout. From moonlit tre...