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.
Would you let pigeon drive the bus? In this simple yet hilarious tale, pigeon pleads with the reader to let him drive the bus. Your child will love telling pigeon âNoâ after each request. A 2003 Caldecott Honor book.
Embark on a game of âI Spyâ with this rhyming classic. Each page invites the reader to find a hidden nursery rhyme character. Gorgeous illustrations and fun, interactive text have made this book a family favorite over the years.
Ears, Nose, Fingers, and Toes: A First Book All About You
by Judy Hindley
This exuberant and interactive book is bound to get children moving and grooving. Spirited rhymes invite youngsters to explore the wonders of their own bodies, such as leaping with their legs and bending at their knees.
Ella Sarah is determined to pick out her own clothes despite some negative feedback from her family. Her sister thinks her outfit will look silly and her father thinks it will be too fancy. Ella Sarah knows it will look just perfect because she picked it out herself.
This wonderful book presents a typical day at school for eight youngsters. Full of bright photographs, the children, some with disabilities, are shown as active, competent members of the classroom community.
Little Nutbrown Hare loves his father as far as he can reach with his arms and as high as he can hop. His father shows him just how much he loves him too with an even bigger reach and higher hop. This endearing story of love is perfect for settling in at bedtime.
Animal babies spanning the globe are put to sleep by their parents. Through soothing, repetitive text, little animals are tucked in for the night in their natural habitats. This is the perfect bedtime story for any young child.
A little girl uses all her senses to describe her mom's cooking. She smells honey in the sweet potato pie and feels the wet leaves of collard greens. Once the delicious meal is finished, they join together as a family to feast.
When a little mouse is taken to the movies, he asks for some popcorn, which sparks a whole chain of additional requests. The predictable text of this cheerful holiday tale is perfect for the emerging reader.