Where could the little duckling be? Your child will love this reassuring take about how a mother duck finds her missing duckling. The lovely pictures have certainly made this book a winner. Caldecott Honor Book, 1985
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.
The author uses repeating text and colorful watercolor illustrations to describe the relationship between a young boy and his new baby brother. Although the boy helps take care of his brother, he is reassured that he is still his mother's baby at the end of the day.
Bright illustrations and catchy, rhyming text will make this tale about a baby and his toy train a favorite. Your child will chime in with the repetitive refrain, "Jiggle, Joggle, Jee," as you read to her.
Help build your child's vocabulary with this fun and interactive sticker book about Maisy's colorful garden. As you read aloud, your child can complete the story by adding bright and inviting stickers.