Based on the classic Freight Train, Donald Crews provides a close look inside each freight train car with this innovative board book. Each page contains a special sliding door so children can actually open the car and see what's inside. The text describes how the cattle car transports livestock and the refrigerator car holds fruits and vegetables.
Kitten thinks the full moon is a big bowl of milk just for her. She chases after it, climbs a tree to reach it, and finally falls into the pond where she sees its reflection. Children and parents alike will enjoy kitten's tenacity as well as the stunning black and white illustrations in this Caldecott Award winner.
Young Trixie has a grand time with her daddy on a trip to the Laundromat. All is well on the walk home until she realizes that they left her beloved Knuffle Bunny behind. Using a mixture of cartoon drawings and photographs of Brooklyn, New York, author Mo Willems tells the all too familiar tale about leaving a dearly loved toy behind.
Like most young children, Little Pea does not want to eat his dinner. He only wants dessert. Little Pea however, must eat five pieces of candy for dinner and spinach for his tasty dessert. Picky eaters and parents will love the creative twist on this common dinnertime conflict.
Baby llama cannot go to sleep without his mama. He worries and frets when she does not come right away. This delightful rhyming story is perfect for any family who has struggled to get a little one to sleep at night.
Bold colored pictures and simple text show a variety of construction vehicles at work. Dump trucks work hard to unload their rubble, cranes lift beams into place, and workers take a break to eat their lunch. Other titles by the author include Airplanes, Trucks, and Wheels.
Your child will love this creative spin on the nursery rhyme classic âLittle Piggies.â Stunning, full-page illustrations depict a group of silly little pigs dancing, skipping, and playing on top of a child's little piggies.
A family tries to get to the lake in their old rattletrap car. As they motor along, parts of the car fall off. Join them on their adventure as they discover creative ways to patch their car back together. Catchy, rhyming text with loads of silly nonsense words makes this a great read aloud book.
Shelia Rae has a delicious peppermint stick that she plans to eat all by herself. However, Shelia Rae also has a sister who would like a lick of the tasty treat. Like a typical big sister, Shelia Rae puts her sister through a series of tests before she can have a taste. Using simple text and bright, appealing pictures, Kevin Henkes produces another delightful masterpiece for youngsters.