Follow the frog in and out of the small, small pond through the seasons. Along the way the frog runs into parading geese, dozing turtles and splashing raccoons. This book's vibrant illustrations and rhythmic text will surely captivate your young one.
A boy and a constantly-rhyming bear frolic through a world of berries. Delightful rhymes and rhythms help young listeners learn the sounds of our language, creating the building blocks for later reading. Parents will love this great rhyming book, while young children enjoy spotting the elephant on skates and lambs carrying strawberries.
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.
Lucy is excited about her grandfather's upcoming visit. She knows that she needs to make a special picture for him--one that he will be able to see with his hands because he is blind. Your child will enjoy finding out how Lucy uses her imagination and creativity to make a loving connection with her grandfather.
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.
This story about the unconditional love that an Inuit mother has for her child speaks to parents and children of all cultures. Children will enjoy talking about the objects shown in the enticing illustrations.
Mama zooms across the lawn like a racehorse and zooms through puddles like a ship. She zooms all around on her zooming machine-- her wheelchair. This simple, yet poignant story shows a mother and young child enjoying their time together.