Babushka finds an injured goose while she prepares her special eggs for the Easter Festival. Unfortunately, while she is nursing the goose, her beautiful eggs are destroyed. Babushka sadly resigns that she will not attend the festival, until an exquisite egg appears in the goose's bed.
Gilbert decides to make mean and nasty Valentine's Day cards for two classmates who hurt his feelings in the past. Worried about their reactions, he signs them with other classmates' names. When a fight breaks out, will Gilbert confess what he has done?
Young presidential hopefuls learn about the hobbies and habits of our nation's past 41 presidents in this Caldecott Medal winner. Share this book with your children and learn many funny and unique facts, as well as important historical information about each president's term in office.
Sound the Shofar: A Story for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
by Leslie Kimmelman
This simple book describes how one family celebrates both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Bright illustrations and brief text take the reader through the beginning of the Jewish New Year of Rosh Hashanah and the ten days following, leading up to Yom Kippur.
In true Gail Gibbons style, information about Saint Patrick's Day is shared through simple text and bright illustrations. Saint Patrick's life, traditional Irish symbols, and past and present ways of celebrating the holiday are carefully presented in this book.
The first Thanksgiving comes to life in this beautifully illustrated history of the Pilgrim settlement in Pymouth, MA. The story begins with the formation of Plymouth Rock and takes readers through the kidnapping of Squanto by the English. This book provides a detailed and well-researched account of the many hardships that the Pilgrims faced.
One day a lonely little bunny finds a mysterious egg. Curious to find out whatâs inside, he jumps on it and rolls it down the hill. Eventually the egg cracks open, revealing a fuzzy, yellow duck who becomes his friend.
In this shivery tale, a little old woman is followed home by various pieces of clothing and a big pumpkin head. Will she run and hide or remain brave? Your child will want to chime in with the refrains and act out the different parts.
Using cumulative, rhyming text from the familiar rhyme, "The House That Jack Built," a family's Passover sedar is shared. Elegant and expressive paintings adorn each page, bringing warmth to this family celebration.