Where do the animals go when nighttime falls over the forest and the city? This simple story with soothing, repetitive verses and moonlit illustrations will lull your child to sleep. Where Does the Brown Bear Go? is the perfect book to help settle your little one in for bedtime.
Max creates a terrible ruckus in the house and is sent off to bed without any supper. He doesn't stay long in his room, however, and soon sails away to where the Wild Things live. Here, he is the king of all Wild Things and leads them in a wild rumpus. This wonderful, imaginative tale is one that all children can relate to.
Young children love this book's colorful illustrations and lift-up flaps for interactive exploration as they go on a search for Spot with his mother dog, Sally. The book encourages young children to interact with the book and "predict" what will happen in the story, thus encouraging critical thinking. Other titles in the Spot series include Spot's First Walk, Spot's First Christmas, and Spot Goes to School.
Who owns the shoes that little mouse is wearing? Whom do the high-heeled shoes belong to? What about the squeaky sneakers? Fun rhymes and fold-out pages will get children involved in this engaging story, as they try to guess whose shoes mouse is wearing.
Widget, a homeless dog, wanders into a delightful house filled with food and warm beds. The only problem is that the food and beds belong to six hostile cats. Widget, a clever dog, convinces the cats that he fits in by learning to meow and purr. If your child loves animals, he is sure to enjoy this delightful tale.
This unique book uses only 34 words to show how a friendship between two boys develops. After reading this book to your child, discuss the feelings each of the boys experiences after meeting for the first time. Caldecott Honor Book, 1994
Ideal for toddlers and young children, this charming rhyming book tells the story of baby animals on their way to Grandma's house. On each two-page spread a new animal joins the journey in its unique way. Your child will join in as you read about how the mouse sings "tip-toe, tippity toe" and the mole sings "dig-deep, diggity-deep."
A young llama wants to know if his friends' mothers are also llamas. Using repetitive rhyming text, each animal friend describes his own mama. Using the descriptive clues and beautiful illustrations, children will love trying to guess the animal. Available in English and Spanish.
Una llama joven quiere saber si las madres de sus amigos son llamas también. '¿Tu mamáes una llama?' pregunta. Usando texto animado y repetitivo cada animal amigo describe su propia mamá. A los niños les encantarátratar de adivinar el animal siguiendo las pistas descriptivas y las bellas ilustraciones. También disponible en inglés.