Book List in Order:28 titles

  • "It's time for bed, Princess " A little girl, whose mother tells her it's time for bed, imagines what it would be like if she were really Princess and the grownups were throwing a big party in her honor. Her fantasies include a midnight swim, dress-u...



  • An old woman was cooking, stirring a big pot hanging over an open fire. She was making Kanahena, a cornmeal dish and the oldest old Cherokee food, and it reminded her of a story. It's an old-time story. The animals could talk then, she said to the li...





  • It is a sunny day, and Mama and Leo are going to the park. Or they will, if Mama can convince Leo to wear his sunhat! A pair of charming stories about the power of play and imagination in helping little kids to find the fun in doing what is good for ...


  • Ed the Dinosaur wakes up and gets his socks on, eats some rocks, and puts on his green shorts. He would like to ride his red sled, but there is no snow. Ed adds wheels to his sled, and now he can ride it when it's hot or cold! Promotes self-sufficien...







  • If you can read musical notes, you can sing any song or play any piece. But musical notes have not always been here. Long ago, songs were memorized. If songs were forgotten, they were lost forever.Thanks to one man, Guido d’Arezzo, music now can la...


  • Did you know that once upon a time, about 8 million years ago, guinea pigs weren't sweet, cute, or little?We all know about the enormous dinosaurs that used to roam the earth, but millions of years ago, there were GREAT BIG GUINEA PIGS, too!During a ...


  • Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah, come light the menorah . . . Come and join this lovable family of mice at their Hanukkah party! Everyone will enjoy the festival of lights as they sing, dance the hora, play with dreidels, and eat latkes. And the musical score ...


  • A unique day-in-the-life look at a real girl named Kristen who works as an ironworkers apprentice on some of New York City's tallest buildings. Following Kristen around the construction site, readers will learn what tools the workers use, how they us...



  • In this parable of childhood bereavement, Pepper and Rover, two New York dogs, are miserable after the tragedy of September 11, 2001. Pepper feels overwhelmed with sadness and fear and anger. But in a tour of New York City, his friend Rover shows him...


  • Youngsters can follow Pepper, a dog who has just moved to New York City and who is sad in his new unfamiliar surroundings, as he encounters Rover, who takes him on an imaginary journey through the city where they swim in the fountain in front of the ...



  • Once, in the Dreamtime, the biggest frog in Australia woke up thirsty. So thirsty that he drinks up all the water from the oceans, lakes, rivers, billabongs, puddles, and even from the clouds. When he is done, the earth is parched, and the other anim...


  • Over 50,000 copies sold and their love continues to grow In this wildly popular board book edition of Susan Roth's successful counting book, two mice walk together--and find that their love is bigger than 1 bear, taller than 2 giraffes, and larger t...



  • From the author-artist of My Love for You comes a delightful new book illustrated in her trademark bright collages and starring one of the most popular pets for children today. When a busy gerbil called Cinnamon chews its way up to the sky one mornin...




  • Long ago the people of Dahomey told a tale of the days when the world was new, and the only Earth people were animals. They lived in cold and darkness because Mawu, the selfish Moon god, kept all the fire to herself. At last, little Chameleon and slo...