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
Bob is a pirate. With his gold earring and long scar on his nose, he sails the seas on the ship Black Bird, serving his captain by robbing ships of gold and other treasure. In spare, compelling prose, Kathryn Lasky crafts the story of Pirate Bob, his friend Yellow Jack, and their life of plunder and loot on the high seas.
When Scratch Murphy's flea bag full of dough goes missing, Ace Lacwing is on the case. With friends Xerces and Zito at his side, Ace searches Six Legs Park for clues. From the Termite Tower of Terror to Queenie Bee's Hive Rise Honey Stand, the place is crawling with suspects. A hilarious, witty tribute to the classic detective story.
Oliver is mad. A new baby is coming and taking over everything-his old crib, his toys, even his mother's lap. The baby takes up all the room, and it isn't even born yet! World-class author/illustrator Martha Alexander takes a funny and honest look at sibling rivalry in this reissue of the 1979 classic.
A young boy promises to protect his teddy bear as they walk through the woods. As the path becomes unclear, the woods become scarier and the boy starts to worry. Now it's teddy's turn to provide protection.
More than anything, Poppy wants to be a verrrry famous writer. She's sure Mrs. Rose will pick her paper to read to the whole class! Trouble is, she has tall ambitions but is short on effort, and her jealousy takes over when her best friend's paper is chosen instead. In the end, Poppy discovers that she has to get out of her own way if her big dreams are going to come true.
Miss Brindle Cow is going to have a baby! One by one her friends, Chipmunk, Rabbit, Turtle, Pig, and Duck, join the trip to visit her. They each bring a special gift for the joyous celebration, but it's Brindle who has the biggest surprise of all for her friends.
Disaster strikes at a street market when a dog overturns a spice cart and showers everyone's ice cream with pepper - Yuck! As the story unfolds in pictures, readers explore the emotions and sounds that children make in different languages. By the end, everyone is yelling -- "Hurray!"
Sam is a super brother. He can run. He can leap. He can climb tall cliffs! But when his baby brother gets hurt, Super Sam must try his hardest to save the day.
Clyde is the new rooster at Sunrise Farm. But he’s having trouble fitting in and replacing Larry—the beloved rooster whose wake-up calls were legendary. The cow, the gaggle of hens, and the sheep reminisce about Larry while poor Clyde fails to croon the farmyard awake with the same finesse. Clyde attempts to win over the farm by wearing an elaborate costume and putting on a show like Larry was known to do, but in the end, Clyde realizes that imitating Larry is not the way to succeed.
Young April is excited about visiting Grammie, but she has a whole week before she can go. The week goes by quickly, however, as April encounters new and diverse people while she runs errands with her mother. A little girl who talks with her hands, a woman who reads with her fingers, a grown-up who draws pictures for a living, and so many others fascinate her. April wonders why and how these people are different from her and learns how they are also very much alike. This celebration of a world of difference is sure to make every reader appreciate the distinctive qualities in themselves and everyone around them. Awards: Early Childhood News Directors' Choice Award; Children's Books Mean Business; Kids' Pick of the Lists (ABA); Parent Council, Selected as Outstanding; Read, America! Collection; San Diego Book Awards - Children's Picture Book.
A retelling of "The Little Red Hen" with an Easter Bunny theme.