Introduce your child to the wonderful world of Edgar Degas' ballerinas with this creative board book. Rhyming text accompanies various paintings by the artist, showing how ballerinas spin and twirl across the stage.
Join David and his friend Georgie as they learn karate. Photographs take you through each part of their class, from warm-up to sparring. In the end, they finally pass the test and earn their green belts.
As a young boy runs through a city park, he imagines that he is running as fast as animals in the wild. Later, he is glad to be back in his own home--to rest.
Read to Self
by Matt Tavares
Oliver finds a Chicago Cubs uniform in his grandfather's closet and his grandfather tells him how his dream of playing for the Chicago Cubs was interrupted by the onset of World War II. Unable to play when he returned from the war, the grandfather came to realize that the baseball experience is about more than just the players on the field.
In rural New Hampshire, ten-year-old Willard meets the young Babe Ruth. As World War I and the Depression pass by, three generations of Willard's family follow Babe's stellar baseball career until his very last season.
Read Aloud, Read to Self
by Lewis Carroll
Christopher Myers radically reinterprets Lewis Carroll's famous nonsense poem, using vivid, strong colors to create a battle of one-on-one on the basketball court.