You Be You


Linda Kranz - 2011
    When Adri sets out to explore the ocean, he has no idea how colorful the world is. He quickly discovers that there are all kinds of fish in the deep blue sea--big and tiny, smooth and spiny, colorful and plain, different and the same. Join Adri as he travels the ever changing currents of the ocean and see if you can find your favorite rockfish among the waves!

Cycle City: (City Books for Kids, Find and Seek Books)


Alison Farrell - 2018
    Detail-rich illustrations in this fun seek-and-find book paint the colors of this unusual town where everyone rides some kind of bike—whether a penny-farthing, a two-wheeled unicycle, or a conference bike, everyone is on wheels! Packed with prompts and lots to see on every page, this is a sweet story for the sharpest of eyes.

Sea Monster and the Bossy Fish


Kate Messner - 2013
    Not even taking on the new fish in school, who's great...except when he's pushing people around. This funny, charming twist on dealing with a bully will reassure and delight the smallest children and the biggest sea monsters alike.

Hedgehog Needs a Hug


Jen Betton - 2018
    But none of his friends are eager to wrap their arms around Hedgehog's prickles, and he's too smart to fall for Fox's sly offer.Then Hedgehog gets a surprise: Another animal in the forest is feeling exactly the same way.Luckily, both are kind and brave enough for the perfect hug.

Abc, I Like Me!


Nancy Carlson - 2015
    The letters of the alphabet are illustrated with brightly-colored, action-packed pictures and are accompanied by read-along text. Introduce children to the alphabet and reinforce positive self-esteem with the lovable characters of ABC I Like Me!.

Curious George and the Hot Air Balloon


Margret Rey - 1998
    Rushmore. There's no time to take a helicopter ride for a close-up view - the hot air balloon races are about to start! Whisked up and away at the races, a surprised George gets a close-up view of the presidents after all. The adventures of Curious George continue in an all-new series beginning in fall 1998 with eight new stories. Written and illustrated in the style of Margret and H. A. Rey, the books will appear in paperback (8 x 8") and hardcover editions and will feature the art of Vipah Interactive, the animators of HMI's Curious George CD-ROMs.

Dreams


Ezra Jack Keats - 1974
    Before long his apartment building is quiet, but Roberto can't fall asleep. So he gets up to look out the window and sees Archie's cat being chased by a big, snarling dog! Roberto doesn't know what to do, but fate steps in and an unlikely hero comes to the cat's rescue. "The artist's skillful use of a combination of acrylic painting and collage has never been more effectively employed than in this quiet tale." -The Horn Book

The Berenstain Bears Down on the Farm


Stan Berenstain - 1987
    Brother and Sister have so many questions about how the farm works, and Farmer Ben has a lot to teach them. They never knew hard work could be so much fun!

Lambslide


Ann Patchett - 2019
    When they can’t spot one, there’s only one thing to do: take a vote!Ann Patchett and Robin Preiss Glasser have collaborated for the first time to create a book that is an absolute riot! Children and adults will enjoy this sidesplitting play on words as they too anxiously wait to hear the election results: Will the lambs ever get to slide down a lambslide?

Fly!


Karl Newsom Edwards - 2015
    He can't jump like a grasshopper. And he can't swing like a spider. Don't give up, Fly! Keep trying, and with a little help from your garden friends, you'll find your own special talent. From acclaimed illustrator Karl Newsom Edwards, this is a story about self-discovery through perseverance that encourages toddlers to get up and move to their own buggy groove!

Goodnight Max


Rosemary Wells - 1998
    But Max can't get comfortable. First he spills a glass of water. Then there are all those itchy cookie crumbs in his bed?and the moon shining through his window. Will poor Max ever fall asleep? Rosemary Wells's beloved Max and Ruby are back in an irresistibly touchable book that is also a satisfying bedtime story. Toddlers won't be able to resist all the tactile elements--fourteen tempting things to touch, move, even smell--while a gently humorous story makes this the perfect book for bedtime, naptime, or anytime!

Rhymoceros


Janik Coat - 2015
    His ability to appear “stinky” and “inky,” or “caring” and “daring,” oftentimes lands him in compromising contexts. Fortunately, he doesn’t seem to mind. Surprising novelty features such as gold foil stamping and flocking enhance this unique, gifty, high-design concept board book.

Cowie


Elizabeth Rose Stanton - 2020
    Will his friends help him make his dream come true? Find out in this sweetly told story about discovering your true self.Cowie was born a donkey but he knows he’s meant to be a cow. He wants to be a cow. Cows can graze in the meadow all day long and no one asks them to carry heavy packages. So, he stands with the cows in the barn but nothing happens. Will his dream ever come true, he wonders. Can Mousie and Duckie help Cowie feel happy in his own skin?

Olivia's Opposites


Ian Falconer - 2002
    Come and go with Olivia! In this enchanting board book, toddlers will join everyone's favorite piglet as they learn about opposites.

Crash! Boom!


Robie H. Harris - 2018
    Harris.Elephant has a bucket of blocks and wants to build something tall. Something as tall as Elephant. But will it stay up? CRASH! BOOM! Not this time. Build it again? One block. Two blocks? Four blocks? It's still not as tall as Elephant. More blocks! Now will it stay up? Now will it be as tall as Elephant? Build, balance, count -- question, estimate, measure -- predict, crash, and build again! Young children will happily follow along as Elephant goes through the ups and downs of creating something new and finally celebrates the joy and pride of success.