Good Night, Gorilla is a humorous wordless storybook. You and your child are sure to be amused by the mischievous antics of these zoo animals!
This book combines a routine that your child can relate to with an adventure to the moon and back! There are so many things to see and many opportunities to engage your child in conversation.
This children’s book is the classic story of a lonely little bear named Corduroy whose dream is to be adopted by his very own family. Published in 1968, the book continues to be a favorite.
Published in 1960, this classic children’s book has truly passed the test of time. If you loved this book as a kid, you can relive great childhood memories as you read it to your child or grandchild.
Children often learn to recognize common environmental signs long before they learn to read. This book uses bright color photographs of familiar signs and can be used to introduce concepts of print.
Many young children are fascinated by vehicles and ways to travel. On the Go will take your child around the globe to Peru, India, Hong Kong, Egypt, and Australia.
This is a charming bedtime story for little ones about a little tiger who is afraid to fall asleep. His mother reminds him that he can enter a world of magical dreams when he falls asleep. She assures him that she will be waiting for him when he wakes up.
In this creative Mother Goose book, the author uses both text and pictures in his nursery rhymes that your child can follow along with and use the picture clues to help read the rhymes.
This charming picture book by Jane Yolen with John Schoenherr’s beautiful watercolor illustrations is an engaging and touching story about the companionship of a young child and her father. The book is truly a verbal and visual treasure.
This book describes how a little girl named Sophie handles her anger at her sister. Through discussions of this book, you can help your child begin to answer the question: How can I express anger with causing harm to myself or others?