Lola is an extremely picky eater. She won't eat carrots and peas or even rice and cheese. However, her brother Charlie has a plan to trick her into eating a healthy dinner. If you have a fussy eater, you will enjoy this clever story.
A young boy describes what happens when he and his younger brother spend the year on his grandparents' farm in Sweden. Even though the farm is located in a quiet, rural town, he finds new adventures around every bend in the road.
In this photographic essay, a young girl describes what life is like living with asthma. She discusses how she copes with medications, doctor visits, and resting when she gets sick. She sends a positive message about how to lead an active, normal life.
Follow Cammy and William through the woods on a beautiful autumn day as they look for wildlife. Along the way they find clues left by various critters--an empty nest, feathers, a cocoon, and some gnawed bark. They wonder, "Who's been here?" In the end they find the biggest surprise of all.
These creative poems and colorful paintings about spiders, worms, and other creepy crawly critters will delight and inform both young and old readers. If your child enjoys this poetry collection by Douglas Florian, she might also like Beast Feast and In the Swim.
Any child who has a special blanket or stuffed animal will relate to this story. Ira can't wait to spend the night at Reggie's house--until he worries that Reggie will make fun of him for sleeping with his beloved teddy bear. Your child will enjoy finding out how Ira's first sleepover turns out.
Watch Jack's garden grow from seed to blossom in this cumulative story. This visually pleasing book will teach your child about the entire growth cycle. Each page, including the borders, is filled with beautiful illustrations that will delight and educate the youngest reader.