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Ten Little Ladybugs
Melanie Gerth - 2000
Where did they all go? Young ones will love finding out as they feel their way through the sturdy, colorful pages of this innovative book. The cute critters provide a hands-on learning experience and the rhyming text reinforces the counting concept. Interactive, educational, adorable -- this magical countdown book adds up to a whole lot of fun.
Freddie Frog is Hungry
Kari Brimhall - 2011
Your child will delight in reading this funny tale over and over again as you learn different colors and sizes. The bright illustrations and easy to read words will have your child reading along and chanting "I'm still hungry!"
Five Silly Turkeys
Salina Yoon - 2005
The rhyming adventure makes for a fun read-aloud, and the tail feathers add a sensory element to the book as they crinkle when touched and are easy to grab for tiny hands turning pages. This shiny fabric-tabbed book is a holiday treat that is sure to be gobbled up quickly.
Two Monsters and Me - Everybody gets Angry: A Fun Picture Children’s Book about Anger Management. (Emotions & Feelings)
George Nesty - 2021
When they don't get what they want, they may express themselves by screaming at the top of their lungs, kicking anything they see or throwing things on the floor.As a parent, you want to help your child manage their anger. You want to teach them in a way that is subtle and easy to understand. The question is, how?Let Milo and his two monster friends help your child manage their anger!Milo is a cheerful young boy who loves to play. One day, he meets Zim and Ixy, two little monsters that also like to have fun. Together, they find themselves in different everyday situations that sometimes trigger feelings of anger. With the help of Milo’s parents, the trio learn how to cope with their negative emotions.Two Monsters and Me was written to help children better understand different emotions. All the characters are very relatable, making it easy for kids to put themselves in every single one’s shoes.This book will teach kids:5 simple and effective techniques for coping with angerThat it’s natural to get angryHow to avoid outburstsHealthy ways to channel their feelings of anger… “This book was perfect for my 4-year-old who has a pretty rough temper! It helped us find alternative options for him when he's feeling TOO angry.” – Amber…This anger management book will not only teach kids how to control their anger but also help parents understand how to deal with their little one’s feelings.More reasons to love this book:Beautiful and colorful illustrationsAdorable and relatable charactersEasy to understandHelp your little one manage their emotions. Add «Two Monsters and Me: Everybody Gets Angry» to your Cart TODAY!
Sharks (Our Amazing World)
Kay de Silva - 2012
Children are given a well-rounded understanding of this beautiful fish: its anatomy, feeding habits and behavior. The following Sharks are featured:* The swift Black Tip Reef Shark* The dangerous Bull Shark* The resourceful Hammerhead Shark* The feared Great White Shark* The stealthy Lemon Shark* The fanged Nurse Shark* The gentle Whale Shark* The deceptive Wobbegong
Silly Fluffy Barking Jumping Wet-Nosed Dog Book
Cheerful Pug, proud Greyhound, calm Great Dane, friendly Dalmatian, and many others. Each spread is a story about an extraordinary dog’s personality, written with humor and drawn with love, giving details that children love so much!But the most important part is the end of this story. It will make your heart beat faster and moisten your eyes.This is a short story in verse that your little dog lover will ask to read again and again at bedtime. Or maybe you will take it to the park and find each breed described?
1, 2, 3 to the Zoo
Eric Carle - 1968
A gate-fold spread at the back of the book, featuring the whole wonderful animal train, adds to the fun! Each car on the train has one more zoo animal than the one before, from the first car with an elephant to the last with ten birds.
How Oakley Lost His Spots (Oakley and Bella Book 1)
D.C. Swain - 2013
Convinced by his friend Rover that he has lost them, he sets off to find his spots, only to find out that Dalmatians aren’t born with spots and that they all develop at different times. A vividly illustrated picture book, this story is perfect for showing children how everyone develops at different rates. ***Check out the other books in the "Oakley and Bella" series: -When Oakley Met Bella -Oakley and Bella Meet Puss -Oakley and Bella on Holiday
Karma Wilson - 2015
Numbers and counting are so much fun with Bear in the second of a concept picture book series from the New York Times bestselling creators of Bear’s New Friend.Numbers, numbers everywhere.Can you count along with Bear? Karma Wilson’s spirited text and Jane Chapman’s inviting illustrations make for a delightful introduction to numbers, perfect for young Bear fans.
Benny's Boogers: A Silly Rhyming Children's Picture Book
Xavier Finkley - 2011
This is a fun rhyming picture book that is great to read with your child if he or she has a cold or the flu. Even if they are not under the weather, any 1 to 5 year old will thoroughly enjoy reading along with Benny's Boogers.
Little Blue Truck's Christmas
Alice Schertle - 2014
Can you help count each green tree from one to five and back again? Don’t forget to save one for Blue! Beep! Beep! With the gentle rhythm and signature illustration style that made Little Blue Truck a household name, Blue's new adventure is full of holiday warmth. Sturdy cardstock pages, a compact and child-friendly text, and flashing colored Christmas lights on the final page come together in a novelty gift book that’s sure to be the favorite treat of the season.
I Am NOT a Unicorn! (Sammy Bird Series)
V. Moua - 2019
This little bird does NOT want to be an enchanting creature. Will Sammy come to accept that he is a unicorn? Read the book to find out! About the Sammy Bird Series This is a picture book series about a quirky bird named Sammy and his amusing misadventures. Readers will discover that Sammy is a little red bird who has a BIG personality. The books in this series are humorous, engaging and sometimes deal with common childhood issues like bullying, fear of the dark, patience and friendship. The books are interactive and engages young readers to participate in the story. There are over 90 Books in the series and counting! From the Author I like to think of myself as a storyteller who brings families together through the medium of picture books. Whether it is between a parent or child or a grandparent and child. These stories are intended to be light-hearted and funny and most importantly the stories engage young readers to be a part of the story itself. My hope is that these books will help build upon a child's love for reading and allow families to laugh and enjoy spending time together. As a reader, you can look forward to many more adventures with this silly and fun-loving red bird! -V. Moua About the book: I Am NOT a Unicorn! This is a read aloud kids book. The target age range audience is appropriate for preschool and young children who are at the following stages of reading: I can read level 1, I can read level 2, I can read level 3 and I can read level 4. This is a book that any child will love, especially at bedtime. It is suitable for parents to read to their children. Also, grandparents will enjoy reading this book to their grandchildren. This series is part of the short bedtime stories for kids. Read this children's book FREE as part of your PRIME or Kindle Unlimited membership!
How Do Dinosaurs Count to Ten?
Jane Yolen - 2004
How do dinosaurs count to ten? Over and over and over again!This brand new board book format brings the gigantic humor of bestselling, award-winning team Jane Yolen and Mark Teague to the youngest readers, helping them learn to count from one to ten with a simple, rhyming text and laugh-out-loud illustrations! A perfect companion book to the other HOW DO DINOSAURS tales, and a great baby gift as well.