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My First Peek-a-Boo Animals

Eric Carle - 2017
    It’s a must-have for every Eric Carle collection!

Will Bear Share?

Hilary Leung - 2018
    Bear has so much to give. . . but will she share? Find out in this surprising and memorable storybook all about friendship, compromise, and of course, sharing.A fresh and funny book in a new series of animal question stories by creative talent Hilary Leung that will keep little ones laughing. . . and sharing (when it's appropriate!).

Honk, Honk! Baa, Baa!

Petr Horáček - 2014
    "Heehaw," says the donkey! "Meow," says the cat! Babies are invited to turn the sturdy pages and learn the many sounds that animals make. In a lively board book, multi-award-winning author-illustrator Petr Horác ? ek’s vibrant illustrations depict charming animals that babies will love — along with a fun novelty surprise.


Taro Gomi - 1993
    And young readers will squeal in surprise to find that when this board book is opened, the eye-sized die-cuts allow each spread to become a mask! Kids will have a blast posing as a fly-eating frog or a mouse-chasing cat. Sure to be a hit during both story time and playtime!

There's a Cow in the Cabbage Patch

Clare Beaton - 2001
    The children want to know what to do, and of course there's an easy answer. The playful text in this book is accompanied by collage art in felt, stitched with antique fabrics, buttons and other bric-a-brac.

Who Can Jump?

Sebastien Braun - 2012
    With sweet pictures from a favourite children's book illustrator, this simple guessing game will provide hours of fun for babies.

The Gobble Gobble Moooooo Tractor Book

Jez Alborough - 2010
    But what if their loud honks, moos and squeaks wake the farmer? Children will love copying noises in this joyful story from the internationally renowned creator of The Duck in the Truck.

Counting Ovejas

Sarah Weeks - 2006
    / One white sheep. ¡Adiós, oveja blanca! / Good-bye, white sheep! What do you do when you can't sleep? Count sheep in Spanish and English, of course! But what happens when those rascally sheep get a little too close for comfort? Well, if you're anything like the sleepy little hero in this clever tale, you might just tire yourself out trying to get rid of them! From the talented duo of Sarah Weeks and Caldecott Medalist David Diaz, Counting Ovejas is the perfect way to say good night (and learn colors and numbers) in English and in Spanish.

The Noisy Counting Book

Susan Schade - 1987
    Toddlers love to count along and imitate the animals as they count. The big frog's trademark GA-DUNK becomes more fun to say with every page.Thanks to this new board book edition, parents, teachers, and librarians who have searched in vain for an affordable used copy will finally be able to share this gem with a whole new generation of GA-DUNKing toddlers at story time.

Jane Foster's Black and White

Jane Foster - 2016
    A fetching and effective introduction to the world of numbers.” —Starred Kirkus Review “It’s a book that style-minded parents and kids can appreciate equally.” — Starred Publisher’s Weekly Review“This unusually attractive counting board book from the British illustrator and textile designer Jane Foster shows off her style in a way that will catch – and hold – the eye of grown-ups and younger children alike.” —New York Times Children’s Board Book roundup review

That's Not My Bear...

Fiona Watt - 2002
    The bright pictures, with their patches of different textures, are designed to develop sensory and language awareness. Babies and toddlers will love turning the pages and touching the feely patches.

From 1 to 10

Mies van Hout - 2019
    A bright and vivacious counting book for the very young featuring the paintings of renowned Dutch artist and author Mies van Hout

Alligator Alphabet

Stella Blackstone - 2005
    Can you think of an animal for every letter of the alphabet? In this delightful ABC book, young children will learn the upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet as they meet a parade of exotic and familiar creatures - from alligators to zebras, and impalas to quails.

Walking Through the Jungle Big Book

Julie Lacome - 1993
    And what does he see? Wild animals! A snake, a tiger, and an elephant—to name a few— each hissing, growling, or trumpeting. Could they be following him? Hope they’re not hungry! Full of thrilling exotic noises and bright tropical colors, Julie Lacome’s jungle makes an inviting setting for playing an imaginary game of tag.

Little Bee

Edward Gibbs - 2011
    It's simple, it's fun, it's thought provoking, and the surprise ending brings it right back to the beginning - to be enjoyed all over again! Graphic designer and illustrator Edward Gibbs has always sought to communicate meaningful ideas in the simplest way. With a seemingly effortless touch, in this book and its companion The Acorn, he introduces educational themes and concepts (food chains, fear, ecosystems) in a visual, fun, and satisfying romp for the very young.