In this Spanish translation of Leo Loves Baby Time, Leo loves to go to Baby Time with his mommy on Wednesdays. They sing songs. They play peekaboo. They wiggle and clap and kick their little legs. They zooooom to the moon! And, Leo's favorite thing: playing with the animals. Then everyone shares a cuddle and a story.
Old King Cole has been working hard planning for his Annual Cole Ball, to which all the usual suspects are invited: Little Bo Peep, Baa Baa Black Sheep, The Girl with a Curl, Humpty Dumpty, and more. But he's so tired after all that work, he falls asleep as the ball begins and nobody can wake him, no matter what they try. Will he wake up in time to enjoy his own party?
Everyone knows the "Itsy Bitsy Spider" song, but Trapani has re-written it, adding some bells and whistles. This all-new itsy bitsy spider has exciting encounters with a fan, a mouse, a rocking chair, a cat and a big maple tree.
In this wordless story, a library book tries desperately to evade the destructive clutches of a little boy. What drives the Boy, however, is enthusiasm and love—not malice—and the Book eventually responds in kind, accepting his rough but worthy fate.
In this enchanting peek-a-boo book from Newbery Medal winner Linda Sue Park, babies can imitate animal sounds in 19 languages. What kind of animal says GAV-GAV in Russian, Bo-Bo in Hindi, and WOW-WOW in Spanish? Make a guess, then lift the flap. Awards: Book Sense Spring/Summer 2004 Children's Picks List; Child Magazine Best Children's Book Award
After a fight with her best friend, Lizzy, Hanna learns how to see things from another person's perspective.
A lyrical celebration of island life.
A poetic board book that takes parents and caregivers through the familiar ritual of kissing baby from head to toe.
A rhyming board book illustrating the love between parent and child, set against the backdrop of one full calendar year.
Young twins can't get enough of their favorite fruit in this rhyming board book.
A heartwarming story of the relationship between grandfather and grandaughter.
A traveling artist takes the reader through a collection of illustrations of fantastical hybrid creatures.
One of the most beloved children's songs gets a rollicking picture book treatment by the beloved trio Peter, Paul and Mary. Featuring witty and whimsical art by the renowned illustrator Christine Davenier, this stunning new book offers plenty of fun, whether it's raining or not.
I'm in Love with a Big Blue Frog was recorded by Peter, Paul, and Mary in 1967 and was a huge hit. The playful song has been a favorite in classrooms, camps, and sing-alongs ever since. Up-and coming artist Joshua S. Brunet creates an amusing and lively world in which being a little unconventional can be a beautiful thing.
A blue oyster shows the Royal Blue Crab what it takes to be a king and learns the hard way that the world is not his oyster.
Mr. Martinelli, a good-natured pizza man, is amazed to see twelve green parrots tropical birds on the electrical wires outside of his pizzeria in January. He feeds the birds a scattering of breadcrumbs, but the parrots snub his offerings: they want rice balls!