In this classic book about friendship, Peter has a falling-out with his friend Amy. Peter fears the worst--that Amy will not come to his birthday party. Children will relate to this story's themes, and Ezra Jack Keats's collage illustrations will intrigue children and parents alike.
Your child will love this collection of four short stories about Alfie, a lovable little boy and his family. Parents and young ones are bound to connect with this family as they shop for new shoes, get locked out of their house and spend an evening with a babysitter.
A little boy zips through his day, demonstrating all the tasks he can do all by himself. He can go to the bathroom, get himself dressed, and even write independently. A great book to share with your child to celebrate her growing independence.
The rhyming text and vibrant illustrations will make this one of your child's favorite books. He will want to see the laughable things a group of babies do from singing to bouncing on the bed over and over again.
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.
What would it feel like to be a butterfly? What would you eat? These are just a few questions that are explored in this playful yet informative text that will surely spark inquiry in your young nature lover. This series also offers books on ladybugs, bees, spiders, and dragonflies.
The simple, repetitive language and lovely pencil drawings will make this book one of your child's favorites. Older siblings will also enjoy listening to this tale about the tricks a little brother plays to get his older brother's attention.
This classic shows childen what happens during a typical day on a farm from dawn to night. It is a wonderful book for young children who are learning about animals and animal sounds. The rhyming text is appealing to young children also.