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The Little Golden Book of Hymns by Elsa Jane Werner
Prayers for Children
Eloise Wilkin - 1952
This treasured classic is filled with carefully selected, beautiful prayers, flanked by watercolor illustrations that soar off the page, or inspire quiet contemplation. Illustrated by the renowned Eloise Wilkin, it features her realistic artwork of cherubic young children and babies.
Dr. Seuss's Gertrude McFuzz: Vocal Score
Robert Kapilow - 2000
The classic Dr. Seuss story of the girl-bird who learns to like herself just as she is, presented in a delightfully lively musical style combining jazz, pop and classical influences. Perfect for young and family audiences, and a great companion piece to Kapilow's previously published Green Eggs and Ham . Also available: Green Eggs and Ham 50482453 Vocal Score $14.95
A Piñata in a Pine Tree: A Latino Twelve Days of Christmas
Pat Mora - 2009
In this version a little girl receives gifts from a secret amiga, whose identity is a sweet surprise at the book's conclusion. There are things to find and count in Spanish on every page, with pronunciations provided right in the pictures and a glossary and music following the story. This joyous fiesta will warm even the coldest of hearts.
Julie Andrews' Collection of Poems, Songs, and Lullabies
Julie Andrews Edwards - 2009
Julie and Emma additionally contribute a number of their own poems and reveal the stories behind some of their family favorites. James McMullan's stunning watercolor paintings bring each page to glorious life with his spectacular vision and artistic point of view. The Collection, now featuring a brand-new cover design, is packaged with a special CD featuring mother and daughter alternately recording twenty-one poems, some of which are recited together. This special keepsake anthology is one that readers of all ages will return to and treasure.
The Story of Christmas
Pamela Dalton - 2011
Deeply reverent, richly detailed, and teeming with life, Dalton's images follow the story of the Nativity from the appearance of the Angel, to the shepherds who came from the fields, and to the three wise men who followed the star to pay respect for their new king. Working in a Pennsylvania-German folk-art tradition, rich with lovingly rendered animals and figures, Pamela Dalton has created a book that takes a deserved place among the finest celebrations of Christmas.
The World of Peter Rabbit 1-12 Gift Box
Beatrix Potter - 1909
This set of books contains the tales of all of Beatrix's lovable characters, from naughty Peter Rabbit himself, to tidy Mrs. Tittlemouse and unlucky Mr. Jeremy Fisher. These tales have charmed and enchanted children for generation and are essential for every nursery bookshelf.Beatrix Potter is regarded as one of the world's best-loved children's authors of all time. From her first book, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, published by Frederick Warne in 1902, she went on to create a series of stories based around animal characters including Mrs. Tiggy-winkle, Benjamin Bunny, Jemima Puddle-duck, Mr. Jeremy Fisher and Tom Kitten.
Maurice Sendak's Really Rosie Starring the Nutshell Kids
Maurice Sendak - 1975
This sturdily bound paperback contains the script of the TV special Really Rosie, the text of the four Nutshell Library volumes], and music arranged for easy piano and guitar chords for the seven Carole King songs from the program].A delight for TV fans of all ages.' 'Language Arts.
One Wintry Night
Ruth Bell Graham - 1994
While he waits out the storm, the woman who lives there tells him the Christmas story. Starting with the very creation of the world and ending with the resurrection, the boy discovers the big picture of God's plan for his people and situates the nativity within the scope of history. Breathtakingly illustrated by renowned artist and author Richard Jesse Watson, One Wintry Night is the perfect gift for the young and the young-at-heart.
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.
My Book about Me by Me Myself
Dr. Seuss - 1969
Seuss in this DIY dream activity book that's all about YOU!How tall are YOU? How many teeth do YOU have? Where do YOU live? What do YOU like to eat?Kids will answer these questions and more, celebrating their unique selves while creating their very own biographies in this classic activity book from Dr. Seuss, illustrated by Roy Mckie. With fill-in-the-blanks, lists, check boxes, and drawing prompts, this book allows readers to write and draw right on the fun-filled pages! From the number of freckles you have, to the kind of house you live in, to the silly animal sounds you can make, Dr. Seuss guides kids through an interactive reading experience with a creative spark. The perfect gift for special birthdays or for year-round fun, this book will hold special memories long after it's filled in.