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The Elephants and the Chocolate Cake
But they just cannot seem to find a cake that's big enough for elephants. The elephants need to find a way out to arrange a cake for their friend's birthday.'The Elephants and the Chocolate Cake' is the story of three lovable characters that solve a problem by thinking out of the box. The story is easy to follow and the lovely, bright illustrations keep children engaged to the story. The book has all the right elements that children love - a birthday, a huge chocolate cake, and some cute elephants!The book also starts off with a subtle hint to the readers that while everybody is slightly different from one another, they can be great friends and care for one another.Perfect for children aged 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.
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.
Junie B., First Grader: Shipwrecked & Junie B., First Grader: BOO...and I MEAN it
Barbara Park - 2004
Junie B. Jones has a new class, a new teacher, and even some new friends. She also has a new problem—she might need to get glasses! Will Junie B. manage to convince her parents that her eyes are just fine the way they are? How important could that blurry stuff on the chalkboard be, anyway?
Short or tall doesn't matter at all: A story about being different and what's important in life (Mindful Mia #1)
Asaf Rozanes - 2018
Every child goes through struggles to fit in or find their place in a world that is often confusing and sometimes cruel. In this insightful and inspiring book, children will learn what is really important in life: Kindness Acceptance Learning to be themselves This lesson is universal and applies to both children and parents alike.
Who's There, Little Hoo?
Brenda Ponnay - 2012
Your little ones will love Little Hoo in this Halloween picture book. This book features fixed-layout tap to zoom and works on Kindle Fire and Android devices.Based on the little owl and other woodland creatures from Brenda Ponnay's bestselling Valentine book, BE MINE.
The Bath Time Book
Michael Yu - 2012
Alfie doesn't want a bath. He just wants to play.Read along as Alfie turns this nightly chore into a fun, imaginary adventure. From safari hunts to slaying dragons, bath time will never be the same.This is the perfect book to read before bed or bath!
A Dog in the Fog: Sight Word Fun for Beginner Readers
Tanja Russita - 2015
Written and illustrated by Tanja Russita, mother, teacher, artist and psychologist. The idea for the series came from Tanja's daughter wanting to read childrens' stories "from a Kindle, like my mum." Now the books are enjoyed worldwide by kids who are learning how to read. Watch and listen to your child's reading skills grow. Prepare to have to share your e-reader!
Sari Barel - 2013
Bravo, Daddy!How does Dad change the rules? Read our humorous, fun story to find out!*** Don't forget to take the Free gift *** true-or-false games: This Children's book includes wonderful and delightful free gift with suggestions for entertaining true-or-false games for family activities, for developing imagination and improving communication. a template for a Certificate of Excellence: This Children's book also offers as a free gift - a template for a Certificate of Excellence with suggestions for small gestures of communication between family members, for example: a Certificate of Excellence for telling the truth, for being a good friend...a Certificate of Appreciation for Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, siblings, the dog, the cat...a Certificate of Apology if I've offended you or hurt your feelings, and more...and more...It's a must for all children and parents, preschool teachers, therapists and coaches. This Children's book gives unique and creative tools for dealing with the issue of truth-telling among young children, a matter that comes up in almost every family. It raises the problem -- How to deal with telling the truth -- and offers a creative, unexpected solution that leaves both children and their parents surprised. Words from the author: As an expert in the development of creative thinking, a coach and a mediator, what I hope my readers will get from this book is the concept of creativity as a state of mind; when they face a problem, they'll put their inventor hats on and invent brilliant ideas and solutions; they'll be surprising and bring about real change. So here is to future successes!This children's book it's a great read for kids at bedtime or any time and going to sleep with a big smile...