Join a brave group of mice as they enter the dark woods and creep into a spooky house. As they sneak through the house, they find a yellow-eyed beast hiding in a bottle. Is it a real beast or just a trick? Share this rhyming tale with your child and find out.
Susie takes her dad out for the perfect Father's Day. They go to his favorite restaurant, which is actually her favorite place. Then they go to the park to do what Susie thinks are his favorites activities--climbing and riding the merry-go-round.
Mother's Day is just around the corner, and Stanley doesn't have a gift for his mom. He tries to make a mud cake like the one his sister baked, but it collapses. In the end, he finds the best gift of all--a huge box of kisses that last forever.
A Chinese-American girl frets that no one will eat at her parent's restaurant on the Fourth of July. "No one wants Chinese food on the Fourth of July," she tells them. Much to her surprise, however, a crowd develops.
A family celebrates the arrival of autumn with a visit to Mr. Comstock's farm. They stock up on apples and pumpkins for Halloween. Simple text and bright, bold illustrations make this book a winner for the youngest audience.
Skeleton bones are for shaking and monster feet are for stomping. Celebrate Halloween with this delightful, interactive picture book. Encourage your child to act out the different monster movements as you read aloud.
Follow Ibraheem, a fourth-grader, as he celebrates the month-long Islamic holiday of Ramadan in this book. Readers will learn how this important holiday is celebrated and learn about the Islamic religion and way of life.
Celebrations of Light: A Year of Holidays Around the World
by Nancy Luenn
Learn about different holidays from around the world with this informational book. From Brazil to Luxembourg, through all the seasons, various celebrations of light are described and illustrated with exquisite drawings.
Fireworks, Picnics and Flags: The Story of the Fourth of July Symbols
by James Cross Giblin
This book offers a detailed, engaging account of how our country began and how various symbols came to be associated with the Fourth of July. Share this book with your child and learn about the symbol of the bald eagle and the Liberty Bell.