Can You Find My Shoe?: A Zoo Adventure for Ages 3-7

Patty Lennox - 2019
    After committing the story to memory as a child, life went on. Years were filled with work, children, and sushi; memories were made from adventuring, hobbies, and sailing.An animal lover from way back, Patty has never lost a shoe in the zoo! Have you?

Children's Book: How to Be a Superhero (A Fun Illustrated Children's Picture Book; Perfect Bedtime Story)

Rachel Yu - 2011
    It’s the perfect bedtime story for the entire family to enjoy. Teen author, Rachel Yu, is residing happily ever after, in her own Castle of Brilliance. Another quality children picture book from the father and daughter team of Michael and Rachel Yu.


Dina Gregory
    Running away to the forest, she encounters a woodsman with a secret passion...for baking.A mashup of Cinderella and The Gingerbread Man, this funny and fast-paced fairytale features a medieval baking contest, a ravenous queen and a ginger-bottomed prince!

When Turtle Grew Feathers: A Tale from the Choctaw Nation

Tim Tingle - 2006
    A Native American version of the big race between the turtle and the hare shows that it was not being slow and steady that won turtle the big race.

How The Camel Got His Hump (Just So Stories)

Rudyard Kipling - 1897

Puppy Pickup Day: The Little Labradoodle (Book 1)

April M. Cox - 2018
    "A fun, beautifully illustrated, and heartfelt animal tale." -- Kirkus ReviewFormer Disney illustrator captures the emotions of the characters perfectly. Preschoolers will love the colorful illustrations and adventure while the simple rhyme will build confidence for early readers. Could this new family love a clumsy pup, whose legs had trouble keeping up; who needed help after too many falls, failed at tug and couldn t catch balls? Underlying themes of perseverance, courage, and acceptance of self and others from this magical story. The book is well suited for those who love illustrations from Disney, the fun rhyming of Dr. Seuss and silly antics of Curious George. About the Illustrator Len Smith has spent his entire career in children s entertainment, from Hanna-Barbera studio to Disney Feature and TV animation to Mattel Toys. Len designed Toontown in the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit and designed the main characters for the Disney Afternoon series Talespin and Bonkers . He also worked on the four-time Emmy winning series The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and was very proud to do the illustration for The Little Labradoodle: Puppy Pickup Day . Ages: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9; Grade: Preschool, 1, 2,3,4

How Did That Mouse Get In Our House

Reid Kaplan - 2020
    But How?The farm animals watch as he scampers across the barnyard. But look out for the cat! Can our little friend make it all the way to the house?Join along in the fun, and find out how that mouse got in our house!

You Have to Fucking Eat

Adam Mansbach - 2014
    Profane, loving, and deeply cathartic, You Have to Fucking Eat breaks the code of child-rearing silence, giving moms and dads new, old, grand-, and expectant a much-needed chance to laugh about a universal problem.A perfect gift book like the smash hit Go the Fuck to Sleep (over 1.5 million copies sold worldwide!), You Have to Fucking Eat perfectly captures Adam Mansbach's trademark humor, which is simultaneously affectionate and radically honest. You probably shouldn't read it to your kids.Adam Mansbach is the author of the #1 international bestseller Go the Fuck to Sleep, as well as the novels Rage Is Back, Angry Black White Boy, The Dead Run, and The End of the Jews, winner of the California Book Award. He has written for the New Yorker, the New York Times, Esquire, the Believer, and National Public Radio’s All Things Considered. His daughter Vivien is six.Owen Brozman has illustrated for National Geographic, Time Out New York, Scholastic, Ninja Tune, Definitive Jux, and numerous other clients. He and Mansbach recently collaborated on the acclaimed graphic novel Nature of the Beast, and his work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, Creative Quarterly, 3x3 magazine, and many more. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and daughter, whose favorite food is bananas.

How Andrew Got His Spots

Louise Lintvelt - 2014
    He does not have any spots, you see! He keeps seeing spots wherever he goes… One spot, two spots, three spots, Four! And many, many, many more. “Where did you get your spots?” he asks. Join Andrew as he discovers how the ladybug, the leopard and the owl came to have spots and discovers that spots often appear when you are least expecting them! This is a wonderful rhyming picture book for children of all ages.

The Boy Who Cried Over Everything

Betsy Childs - 2011
    An experience with a slingshot and a sparrow helps him realize that it's okay to cry when you are sad, but it's best not to cry when you're mad.

Woody saves the day

Harvey Storm - 2018
    He’s different to what you might imagine a little mouse to be, because Woody is the most respected of all the forest animals. Even the lion and the elephant come to Woody’s cave to bear him gifts.But Woody has a secret that none of the animals know about. He has secretly been fooling them into believing he eats the most powerful animals, the ones of which he leaves bones scattered at the entrance to his cave.A chance encounter with a fox, who takes shelter in his cave one evening, reveals Woody’s deceit to the other animals and he is soon presented at the animal court to decide a fitting punishment for his lies.But there is danger looming for all the animals and Woody is given one last chance to redeem himself. Can he save the forest dwellers and win back their trust? Or will he face a punishment that he could see him lose it forever?

Pigtastic (Accept people for who they are!)

Scott Gordon - 2011
    Introduce your children to a great message about accepting people for who they are. Great for bedtime!Bestseller Rankings:#1 in Kindle eBooks > Children's eBooks > Animals > Pigs (01/11/12)#1 in Books > Children's Books > Animals > Pigs (01/11/12)

Who Swallowed Harold?: And Other Poems About Pets

Susan Pearson - 2005
    With expertly crafted poems and hilarious illustrations, this adorable companion to Squeal and Squawk: Barnyard Talk has something to offer every pet owner—and even those wistful readers who are only dreaming of having a pet.

I Love My Dad

Shelley Admont - 2015
    In fact, sometimes he gets teased for it. When Dad shows Jimmy how not to be afraid to try something new, that’s when the fun begins. Pick up your copy of this wonderful bedtime story today!

Rexy the Dinosaur and a New Bike

Ellie J. Woods - 2017
    These morals are all about to be tested as Rexy meets his neighbor Trixie. Rexy is a dinosaur who’s very friendly and easily gets excited. His excitement reached an all-time high after his parents bought him a new gift – a shiny red bicycle. Eager to try it out, Rexy put on his helmet and rode around his yard enjoying himself to the fullest. While riding, Rexy encountered his neighbor Trixie. Rexy’s shiny bike immediately caught Trixie’s attention and wanted to ride it for herself. Overly protective with his brand new bike, Rexy refused. He didn’t want to share! Find out exactly how Trixie handled Rexy’s attitude and what influenced him to open up to his neighbor. Did Rexy realize his selfishness shortly after? Did his parents have anything to do with it? What surprise awaited Rexy for showing that sharing is caring? Rexy the Dinosaur and a New Bike is a terrific story that highlights the value of sharing. Tell it in front of a class or read it as a nice bedtime story to your children. Witness Rexy, his bicycle, and his lush yard in detailed, hand-drawn watercolor illustrations by notable picture books artist Nadin Solntseva. The story and dialogue are written for kids ages 3-5 in mind. Add Rexy’s story to your dinosaur books collection right now for access to Rexy’s coloring book. This completely FREE coloring book comes with 5 full-sized printable pages featuring Rexy, Trixie, and the shiny red bicycle. Sharing is a very important trait to have and is best to teach them while they are young. You are sure to win friends like Rexy did and more. You can only have more for yourself by giving it away to others.