What happens when a dinosaur gets the flu? He whines and whimpers and throws his tissues on the floor. Your child will laugh out loud as he reads this hilarious rhyming tale about a group of cranky, sick dinosaurs. Eye-catching, full-page illustrations add to the silliness of this lovable book. Parents' Choice Award, 2003
Did you ever wonder how the forest grew? This beautifully illustrated narrative presents the 200-year transformation of an old farm field into a dense forest. Your child will learn details about the three stages of forest growth and the different plants and animals that thrive during each time period. This compelling and informative book will give your young naturalist new things to look for in the woods.
How to Be a Friend: A Guide to Making Friends and Keeping Them
by Laurie Kransy Brown and Marc Brown
Fun dinosaur characters explain important facts about friendship. Through silly illustrations, the authors explore different ways to make friends and appropriate ways cope with difficult situations and emotions such as arguments, bullying, and rejection.
Ten-year-old Billy has a problem. He has agreed to eat 15 worms in 15 days in exchange for 50 dollars to buy a new minibike. He and his friends must come up with recipes for making the worms edible. This is a hilarious book full of humorous rhymes and chants.
This book offers advice on how to make friends with a humorous twist. By describing all the ways children can lose friends, such as whining, not sharing, bullying and frowning, a valuable message about friendship is emphasized.
In a photographic essay format, the birthing process is explained for the young child. Using simple, straightforward text, facts about conception, fetal development and birth are presented. This is a good book to help answer your child's questions about how a baby is born.
When Cora is sent to stay with the family next door, she finds an enemy in the young daughter and an ally in the elderly grandmother, Ma Potter. During their time together, Ma Potter teaches her valuable lessons about tolerating life's little challenges.
How can baby go to sleep when the village animals are so noisy? This book tells the story of a mother who quiets all the animals--from mosquito to lizard to water buffalo. But what will happen next? Rich, bold cut-paper-and-ink illustrations and rhyming text make this a book children love to hear time and again. Caldecott Honor, 1997
This book is part of a series of board books featuring adorable illustrated babies. I See shows babies spying interesting objects. Each double-page spread contains just one word. The other books in this series, I Can, I Touch, and I Hear, follow a similar format.