Birth to 5 Months
Peekaboo Bedtime illustrates a toddler’s game of peekaboo with everyone he sees on his way to bed. Beautiful and large illustrations of smiling faces will engage even the youngest eyes. As your baby grows into a toddler, she will enjoy the predictable text and visual clues that hint as to what is coming next. Bedtime stories are a great way to help your baby relax and build beginning reading skills.
12 to 17 Months
This book's predictable text and colorful artwork will captivate your toddler as he reads about Little Owl’s journey to find his mommy. When you encourage your child to explore the book with you, you're helping him develop beginning writing and other early reading skills.
In this delightful and relatable tale, Llama Llama is excited for the holidays, but grows overwhelmed by all the festivities and the endless wait for presents! Mama Llama, quick to calm and soothe Llama Llama, reminds him of the true gifts of the season.
24 to 35 Months
This simple book about a little boy and his unusual pet will keep your child engaged with colorful pictures and a surprise ending. The story is bilingual, so it provides rich vocabulary-building opportunities.
12 to 17 Months
Join Baby Owl in this entertaining bedtime story and find out how Dad finally gets Baby Owl to sleep. This may become one of your toddler’s bedtime favorites.
When a dog falls in love with the cat next door, he does all he can to express how he feels. Despite the dog's best efforts, the cat just doesn’t understand him, and thinks he's like any other dog who dislikes cats. But when the dog expresses himself through the universal language of music, the cat finally understands -- and their friendship blossoms.
How do we know what animals say when they say what they say with their sounds every day? Your little one will enjoy the colorful illustrations and rhythmic patterns in this adorable story.