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Pooh Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (A Little Golden Book)
Mary Packard - 1998
Winnie the Pooh, the honey loving silly old bear attempts to get honey from a bee tree, so after climbing the tree didn't work, he borrows Christopher Robin's balloon, dunks himself in mud and floats to the top of the honey tree incognito as a little black rain cloud.
Jennifer Quasha - 1999
One of a series of Touch and Feel books, Baby Animals features full-colour photographs of a range of animals accompanied by tactile patches to encourage the child to feel explore and touch all their different textures. Tough and sturdy for little hands to hold the simple text and bright pictures make the books ideal for a parent and child to share.
Emma: A BabyLit® Emotions Primer
Jennifer Adams - 2015
Your little one will learn about the meddling Emma Woodhouse, who takes it upon herself to become the village matchmaker, creating all sorts of feelings in others. Her friend’s emotions include Mr. Elton being angry, Miss Taylor becoming happy, while Jane Fairfax is tired.JENNIFER ADAMS is the author of a dozen books including Remarkably Jane: Notable Quotations on Jane Austen and the popular Y Is for Yorick: A Slightly Irreverent ABC Book for Grown-Ups. Jennifer works as a writer and editor in Salt Lake City, Utah.ALISON OLIVER runs Sugar design studio. Alison's design portfolio includes everything from logos to packaging and product design for clients such as Chronicle Books, Citibabes, and Aerie, as well as Gibbs Smith. She lives in New York.
I Know An Old Woman Who Swallowed A Fly
Nikki Smith - 2006
The original author is unknown, but it has been sung and retold many times and many ways. This picture book beautifully illustrates the original version. Nikki Smith combines watercolor, collage, and graphic design to illustrate the animal chase. Children will love to read and sing along with this book, but will we ever find out "why she swallowed the fly?" FULL INTERIOR PREVIEWS AVAILABLE AT www.NikkiSmithBooks.com
Franklin Rides A Bike
Paulette Bourgeois - 1997
But soon Franklin is the only one who can't ride without them. Every time he tries he falls down, and he's beginning to get discouraged. His mom finally convinces him to keep with it, and Franklin finally rides on his own.
Never Talk to Strangers (Family Storytime)
Irma Joyce - 1967
Colorful, ’60s-style “psychedelic” artwork and witty, lively rhyme clearly spell out a message about safety that empowers kids, and that has never been more relevant.Irma Joyce wrote many Golden Books during the 1960s.George Buckett was a popular children’s book illustrator during the 1960s.