What could be worse than misplacing something really important to you? Your toddler will be captivated and may even relate to the desperation this toddler feels as he looks for his lost binky.
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.
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.
In Shubert’s Choice, Shubert (a lightning bug) discovers the power of choices to help him stay focused while getting ready for school.
Based loosely on a historic event from the 1800s, this rhyming tale will take your child back in time. The pages are filled with natural conversation starters, the illustrations are colorful and the attention to detail is fantastic for boosting oral language and vocabulary skills.
A cranky, crying and sleepy little baby is about to go to bed. To make her feel better, she is showered with kisses and she is finally able to fall peacefully into a deep sleep. Simple text and art offer gentle, fun-filled opportunities for counting, patterns and vocabulary for different body parts.
This book is about feelings and emotions such as silly, confused, excited and sad. The book discusses everyday events, which makes it very relatable.
Your child will enjoy this beautifully descriptive story, learning new vocabulary words on every page. The detailed illustrations will take you through each of the four seasons.
Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site is a book that your child will enjoy, especially if they love playing with toy vehicles. Its rhythmic and soothing rhymes help teach your child that even the toughest and roughest of them all wants to rest and drift off to sleep.
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.