The Berenstain Bears and the Tooth Fairy

Jan Berenstain - 2012
    The Tooth Fairy will come and leave a quarter under her pillow! But then Sister finds out that her friend Lizzy Bruin got a whole dollar for the last tooth she lost. Sister wonders how much the Tooth Fairy will leave her this time. Full color.

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!

Night-Night, Little Pookie

Sandra Boynton - 2009
    Pookie cooperates (mostly)—though with that particular Pookie flair. And imagine who gets the last word.Told in Boynton’s signature rhyme and illustrations, this humorous and gentle story will delight toddlers and those that love them.

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.


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

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.

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!.

Franklin's Bad Day

Paulette Bourgeois - 1996
    His father discovers the reason for Franklin's crankiness--Otter has moved away and nothing seems right without her. Comforted by a hug from Dad, Franklin cheers up and makes a special present to mail to Otter, who is only a letter or phone call away. Full color.

Lambert the Sheepish Lion

Bill Peet - 1970
    Sheep, Lambert finds growing up difficult.

The Aminal

Lorna Balian - 1972
    When Patrick tells a friend about the wild creature he is bringing home as a pet, the "animal" becomes an increasingly larger and more fearful monster as different children pass on what they have heard.

Frog is Frightened

Max Velthuijs - 1994
    They huddle together for comfort in Pig’s bed. In the morning, it is Hare who gets a real fright when he finds Frog’s house empty and gets no answer at Pig’s. That’s because the three friends are now fast asleep!

The Selfish Crocodile

Faustin Charles - 2000
    They are frightened of the crocodile. Even the fish, tadpoles, frogs, crabs and crayfish stay out of the water. Until one day the creatures are woken by a loud groaning sound which turns out to be the selfish crocodile in a lot of pain, and the smallest of them all, a little mouse, finds a way to solve their snappy dilemma! Astoundingly bright, bold illustrations bring to life all the wonderful creatures of the forest in a rainbow of colours. The Author: Faustin Charles is a renowned poet and story-teller. His collection of Afro-Caribbean rhymes was published to great success by Puffin. This is his first picture book text. Bloomsbury Children's Books are also publishing his first poetry collection in October 1998, establishing Faustin as a Bloomsbury author across the board. Faustin spends much time in schools and libraries story-telling, and is also Library Buyer for Enfield. He lives in North London. The Illustrator: Mike Terry is most well-known for his wonderful cover illustrations for Dick King-Smith, including The Hodgeheg and The Sheep-Pig (the basis for the successful film Babe). This is his first picture book. Mike lives in Hythe, Kent.

One Kitten for Kim

Adelaide Holl - 1969
    He follows their orders exactly, finding new owners for six kittens - and picking up a whole new pile of pets along the way!

Alphabears: An ABC Book

Kathleen Hague - 1984
    Michael Hague's warm, detailed paintings complement Kathleen Hague's happy, rhyming texts. Even the youngest of readers will treasure and learn from these two charming concept books.

Llama Llama Zippity-Zoom

Anna Dewdney - 2012
    Llama Llama ZIP!Llama Llama ZOOM!Llama Llama Red PajamaVROOM, VROOM, VROOM!On the playground, Llama goes fast! Llama zips by on his scooter and swishes down the slide--whoosh! These board books are more than great read-alouds--they're great act-alongs, too! Younger audiences will love doing as Llama does in these supremely adorable, incredibly engaging new board books.