This board book features a father helping his son explore the unique features of his own face. As the father talks about each feature, he describes each vividly. The poetic text and the brightly colored illustrations will delight parents and children. A mirror on the last page of the book is a surprise element that allows babies and toddlers to explore their own faces.
Your child will love hearing how one girl's early morning grouchy mood is romped and stomped away in the rain. This is the perfect book for any child who has ever had a morning when she just wouldn't get out of bed.
This simple book celebrates the joys and benefits of reading to your child for twenty minutes a day. Each page shows a different place that you can read together. This straightfoward, yet important message is sure to inspire reading in your family.
Snowflakes fall one by one, slowly covering the city in a beautiful white blanket. Your child will enjoy this story as one boy celebrates the joys of a new snowfall. Simple text and wonderful illustrations make this award-winner perfect for a young audience. Caldecott Honor, 1999
When Katie gets upset she makes noises, scrunches up her face and throws her toys all over the room--she bombaloos. This book illustrates how one child deals with this universal emotion. Try reading and talking to your little one about what she does when she gets angry.
Through rhyming couplets, readers learn about all the things that Susan can do. She swims, grins, hugs, and paints, just like any other young girl. Not until the end of this little tale does the reader discover that Susan is in a wheelchair. This story highlights what someone with special needs can accomplish rather than her limitations.
It takes all the animals in the zoo to teach the tiny beebee bird that nighttime is for sleeping. Your child will enjoy finding out how each animal in the zoo finds a way to keep the beebee bird quiet at night. Full-page illustrations and bold colored text will make this story a bedtime favorite.
Despite everyone's predictions that his carrot will not grow, a little boy tends to his seed with great care and attention. In the end, he is rewarded with an enormous harvest. Your child will enjoy this classic with simple text and eye-catching black and white illustrations.