In this book, the author uses beautiful vocabulary that will bring vivid visual images to your child’s mind. Through words and beautiful illustrations, your child will experience the oppressive heat of a hot, summer day and the glorious rain that finally comes to provide relief.
Jay Jay is going to one of his favorite places, where there are lots of hugs, cuddles and good food! Join Jay Jay and his family for Sunday dinner at Grannie’s house.
In this witty book, friends, Piggie and Gerald the Elephant, realize that someone is looking at them. They soon realize that “someone” is the “reader” and that they are being read!
Make Way for Ducklings is a classic award-winning book about a mother duck looking after her babies. After listening to this story, your child will wish this friendly family of ducks lived close by!
Buddy receives a note and five colorful bags in the mail from his grandfather. There’s a surprise in each bag that leads Buddy to learn about different kinds of seeds and all the things that can be done with them.
This bilingual collection of traditional rhymes, passed down from generation to generation, celebrates childhood and Spanish and Latin American heritage.
In this recommended children's book, a little girl takes Biscuit, the little yellow puppy, to the veterinarian for a checkup. It's a perfect read-along story for four-year-olds.
The Snowy Day takes the reader through Peter’s quiet adventure in his snow-covered neighborhood.
This beautifully illustrated story is about a boy who begged his grandmother to knit him snow-white mittens. Find out what happens when he drops his mitten in the snow! Your child will want you to read this adventure again and again.
If your child is a nature and science lover, this is the book for her! It is a rhyming and counting book with beautiful illustrations, packed with facts about animals that live in the forest and what their footprints look like.