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The Berenstain Bears' Nursery Tales by Stan Berenstain
Sandra Boynton - 2007
From the irrepressible Sandra Boynton, an irresistible storybook for bath time. It’s a classic tale of pig meets paint. Spattered with colors from a long day at the easel, the pig takes to the tub, washcloth in hoof, determined to get all pink and clean. On the last page, the snout has a bound-in squeaker. Get it? Squeaky clean?Bath Time! is waterproof, nontoxic, completely baby-safe—and it floats!
Who Are You, Sue Snue? (Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss)
Louise Gikow - 1997
Will she be a farmer and grow things to eat? Will she be a foot doctor and take care of feet? Will she be president? Hail to the chief? What Sue winds up telling us is that she's got plenty of time to decide, but in the meantime, the best thing she san be is -- you guessed it -- herself! Who Are You, Sue Snue? is written in catchy, easy-to-read rhyme that's just right for Beginner Books®.
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.
Garbage! Monster! Burp!
Tom Watson - 2010
This provides two important benefits: The monster is happy with plenty to eat and the town stays nice and clean. Unfortunately, as the town grows, so does the amount of garbage the monster must consume. He gets bigger - and he starts burping. This is, as you can probably guess, a bit unsightly and stinky. In the end, the kids figure out how to solve the problem - despite the nasty mayor's doubts and objections.
Pinkalicious: Story Time
Victoria Kann - 2016
Readers can watch Pinkalicious and Peterrific on the funtastic PBS Kids TV series Pinkalicious & Peterrific!Pinkalicious is surprised when the author of her favorite series, the Princess Plum books, turns out to be a man and not a princess! But after talking to him, she is inspired to write her own stories—and when she finds herself daydreaming about her ideas in class, Pinkalicious’s teacher decides to have a writing festival.Beginning readers will love seeing how Pinkalicious uses her imagination to write a pinkamazing story in this I Can Read adventure from #1 New York Times bestselling author Victoria Kann.This is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences. Whether shared at home or in a classroom, the short sentences, familiar words, and simple concepts of Level One books support success for children eager to start reading on their own.
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!
Richard Scarry's Best Mother Goose Ever
Richard Scarry - 1964
Richard Scarry introduces toddlers to the nursery rhymes of Mother Goose! Featuring his unmistakable art (now restored to its original glory) and fifty of Mother Goose's most beloved rhymes, Scarry's timeless collection, now celebrating its fiftieth anniversary, is a must-have for readers of all ages.