Outstanding photographs introduce young children to the natural world in this informative and interactive book. Each picture is coupled with simple descriptive labels that will help children learn new vocabulary and concepts. The text even invites youngsters to count, match, and find opposites.
From farm tractors to dump trucks, bright and bold photographs bring a variety of big trucks to life. Any child who is interested in transportation will love pouring over the pages of this educational book. Each vehicle is clearly labeled and described with simple, easy to understand text.
The barnyard is full of noisy animals. The hens are clucking in the henhouse and the pigs are mucking in the wallow. The melodic text and beautiful collage illustrations will invite young children to chime in with each exhilarating verse.
Share this unique wordless board book with your baby or toddler. Several shiny black images of familiar objects such as keys and a bib are presented on a bright white background. The stark color contrast will stimulate your child's senses and inspire conversation. If your child enjoys this book, you may also want to try White on Black.
This unique book provides a close look at bread from around the world. Spectacular photographs show various types of bread and depict how bread is eaten in different countries. An index and map are included to provide information about where each photograph was taken. Other Ann Morris titles include Tools, Play, and Houses and Homes.
When daddy returns home from work everyone is sound asleep except for the baby. He takes the baby into his arms and sings a lullaby until they both fall asleep. Stunning, realistic pictures bring this tender story to life.
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.