Do friends always look the same or act the same? No! Friendships can be formed no matter what a person looks like or where they live. Your child will enjoy this book, which shows photographs of real life unlikely friends.
While making a birthday cake for Grandma, Max makes several trips to the store with lists from his sister, Ruby, but the grocer only understands Ruby’s handwriting -- until Max draws a picture to show what he wants.
Two young children fall in love with a stray dog that joins them during a family picnic at the park. They play with him all day and even give him a name - Willy. The children want to take Willy home, but their mom and dad say no. What will happen to Willy?
A little bunny decides he is going to run away, but no matter what outlandish scheme he creates, mother bunny will be there to find him. A great book to read to discuss feelings, or use as a “settling down for the day” book.
Meet the animals, whose day has started off in an unhappy way. Simple drawings depict sad expressions on faces. See how things turn around for these little animals as they see things from another perspective and end up having A Good Day.
The rhythm and rhyme of this story will delight young children, especially three-year-olds. Be prepared to read this preschool book again and again!
Mama Llama puts Baby Llama to bed. Baby Llama calls for his mama. When she doesn’t come immediately, his cries become louder and more frantic. There’s lots of llama drama until Mama Llama arrives to make everything better.
Lola Loves Stories, and in this delightful book it is easy to see that she not only loves when they are read to her, but she also loves to bring the stories to life through dramatic play.
Have you ever wondered what animals think? When Farmer Brown’s cows get a typewriter, he finds out what they are thinking, and he is not happy about it. Will the typewritten letters help the cows, hens and ducks get what they want?