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Chief Rhino to the Rescue!
Sam Lloyd - 2008
If anyone can save the day, Chief Rhino can!In this new adventure from Whoops-a-Daisy World, children can spot their old friends from Doctor Meow's Big Emergency in the background and make new friends, too.Sam Lloyd's humorous, brightly colored art is thoroughly kid-friendly and will appeal to fans of Curious George and Richard Scarry's Busytown books.
Steve Pilcher - 2014
There must be something more, he thinks. So when he sees a "silver line twinkling in the distance," he decides to find out what it is. He discovers a beautiful stream, but then he gets caught up in the current! Luckily, a mole named Nosey saves him. As they explore, Shredder begins to miss the forest, so he and Nosey return together, and Shredder realizes that all he really needed was a friend.
Counting with Barefoot Critters
Teagan White - 2016
What is a day of counting with Barefoot Critters?ReadingMaking pancakesHelping friendsExploringSwimmingPlaying piratesLearning about numbers!Join this adorable cast of animal characters as they explore numbers and counting over the course of a day, having fun at all stops along the way.
Ruth Galloway - 2005
His huge claws always get in the way! When he tries to play catch-the-bubble with his friends, he accidentally pops the bubble. When everyone plays tag, Nipper trips on one of his claws. And when Nipper and his pals play hide-and-seek, Nipper's big claws smash his hiding place! So Nipper looks for his friends. He finds Turtle and Jellyfish, but there's no sign of Octopus. Finally, they find him tangled in seaweed. It's up to Nipper and his claws to set Octopus free!
Maisy Goes on Vacation: A Maisy First Experience Book
Lucy Cousins - 2010
They’re headed for the seashore, but getting there is only half the fun. Coloring and snacks help pass the time on the ride to the beach, where Maisy can’t wait to swim, collect seashells, build sandcastles, and lots more. At nighttime it feels special to go to bed in a hotel—knowing that tomorrow another vacation day awaits!
The Noisy Counting Book
Susan Schade - 1987
Toddlers love to count along and imitate the animals as they count. The big frog's trademark GA-DUNK becomes more fun to say with every page.Thanks to this new board book edition, parents, teachers, and librarians who have searched in vain for an affordable used copy will finally be able to share this gem with a whole new generation of GA-DUNKing toddlers at story time.
Jane Foster's Black and White
Jane Foster - 2016
A fetching and effective introduction to the world of numbers.” —Starred Kirkus Review “It’s a book that style-minded parents and kids can appreciate equally.” — Starred Publisher’s Weekly Review“This unusually attractive counting board book from the British illustrator and textile designer Jane Foster shows off her style in a way that will catch – and hold – the eye of grown-ups and younger children alike.” —New York Times Children’s Board Book roundup review
Silly Goose's Big Story
Keiko Kasza - 2012
Except one thing - Goose is always the hero. And when they ask to take turns leading the fun, Goose doesn't agree. While they argue about it, no one notices the hungry wolf sneaking up on them until he shouts, "Hello, Lunch!" This real-life danger shows Goose how silly he's been and that his friends make terrific heroes! Always a surefire hit on laps or at storytime, Keiko Kasza's latest shows how imagination can come in handy in an unexpected way.