Harold Snipperpot's Best Disaster Ever


Beatrice Alemagna - 2019
    He’s never had a real birthday party. That’s because his parents are too grumpy.But this year they feel bad for Harold. “We’ll call up Mr. Ponzio,” says Harold’s mother. So they do, and Mr. Ponzio agrees to help, “The party will be absolutely extraordinary, Mrs. Snipperpot.” When everyone arrives at the Snipperpots', everyone—especially Harold—is absolutely flabbergasted. It truly is a party like no other.

Back to School, Splat!


Rob Scotton - 2011
    But in the end, Splat may find that the best part of his summer wasn't an adventure at all. . . .

How Big Is A Million


Anna Milbourne - 2007
    So he sets off to find out, and along the way meets 100 penguins, sees 1,000 snowflakes and meets one new friend before being amazed to finally find out how big a million really is.

The Berenstain Bears and the Eager Beavers


Stan Berenstain - 1990
    After reading the engaging Bear family adventures, children can use their new cameras to record their own special family events. Full color.

Mr. Postmouse's Rounds


Marianne Dubuc - 2015
    Postmouse has loaded up his wagon and is ready to deliver the mail. From the lofty heights of the Birds' tree houses to the inky depths of Mrs. Octopus's ship, the intrepid letter carrier lets nothing stand in the way of his deliveries. Each spread features whimsically detailed interiors of creatures' homes, which readers will pore over for delightful surprises. This is a charming introduction to the postal system and an imaginative survey of different types of homes.

Miranda's Beach Day


Holly Keller - 2009
    A crab carrying his house. And Miranda and her friends, building a castle out of sand.But at the end of a day at the beach, the seagulls go back to their nests, the crab goes back to the sea, the castle goes back to the sand . . . and Miranda goes back to Mama, who wraps her up in a hug when it's time to go home. Because Miranda and Mama will always belong to each other.Perfect.

The Perfect Present for Mom & Dad


Annie Auerbach - 2012
    But so do his brother and sister! Is Splat up for the challenge?

Arthur's Thanksgiving


Marc Brown - 1983
    But not everyone can be the star, and someone has to be the turkey! Can Arthur find the perfect lead, the perfect turkey, and save the day?

I Don't Want to Be a Frog


Dev Petty - 2015
    A cat, perhaps. Or a rabbit. An owl? But when a hungry wolf arrives—a wolf who HATES eating frogs—our hero decides that maybe being himself isn’t so bad after all.

The Bear and the Piano


David Litchfield - 2015
    As time passes, he teaches himself how to play the strange instrument, and eventually the beautiful sounds are heard by a father and son who are picnicking in the woods. The bear goes with them on an incredible journey to New York, where his piano playing makes him a huge star. He has fame, fortune and all the music in the world, but he misses the friends and family he has left behind. A moving tale of exploration and belonging from an exciting debut author-illustrator.

Call Me Gorgeous!


Giles Milton - 2009
    Its spectacular collage illustrations and humorous text will have kids laughing and guessing all the way through.

I Love You, Little Monkey


Alan Durant - 2006
    So Big Monkey gets very angry and Little Monkey ends up very sad. But even though Big Monkey doesn't always like the naughty things Little Monkey does, one thing is clear: Big Monkey loves Little Monkey. Always.

Willy the Dreamer


Anthony Browne - 1997
    The author's stunning illustrations (look for a banana in every scene) pay homage to great painters, while exploring ordinary childhood fantasies with extraordinary flair. Full color. 32 pp. Ages 4 and up. Pub: 4/98.

Paul & Antoinette


Kerascoët - 2016
    Best known for illustrating the book Miss Don't Touch Me written by Hubert, as well as a couple of the Lewis Trondheim Dungeon books, their most recent book Beautiful Darkness broke out on the US scene in 2014, winning them wide recognition and high praise. It was a Publishers Weekly best book of the year.

A Weekend with Wendell


Kevin Henkes - 1986
    Playing house, Wendell was the father, the mother, and the children; Sophie was the dog. Playing bakery, Wendell was the baker; Sophie got to be the sweet roll. But when Wendell gave her a new hairdo with shaving cream, it was the last straw, and Sophie made up a game that left Wendell speechless for a time—and won the day for friendship.Written and illustrated by Kevin Henkes, the nationally bestselling and celebrated creator of Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse, Kitten's First Full Moon, and Chrysanthemum, this classic picture book is "a hilarious read-aloud" (The Bulletin).Whether shared at home or in the classroom, this picture book for ages 3-7 will make kids laugh in recognition.