When Owen’s parents bring home a bear named Gary to complete their family, Owen is not happy at all. Though it takes Owen time to get used to Gary, he grows to love him.
Written by a mother whose children have multiple food allergies, Mangos for Max is a fun, colorful, educational book that follows cheerful Max as he goes about his day.
This appealing childhood classic is a sequel to the original tale, Corduroy. The adventure begins as Corduroy gets lost in a laundromat while searching for pockets of his own.
Jamberry tells about the lively escapades of a bear and a little boy as they go off searching for berries. The rhythmic text will entertain your child as she is exposed to rhyming words and compound words.
Children never tire of being told how much they are loved. This book tells the story of a parent’s powerful love for a child using beautiful and imaginative examples.
This relatable book helps children identify feelings and emotions and learn how to use words to say what they want and need. The author portrays a little girl’s impulsive responses to her day’s disappointments and fears.
This book is about feelings and emotions such as silly, confused, excited and sad. The book discusses everyday events, which makes it very relatable.
The simple text in this story is great for identifying rhyming words and certainly a great starting place for encouraging conversations on feelings and getting along.
This story is about a little mouse named Lilly who experiences the arrival of a new little brother. Her parents constantly rave about how adorable and wonderful he is. However, Lilly feels otherwise.
The detailed illustrations and captivating storyline in The Umbrella will take you and your child on an imaginary journey through a rainforest.