Monsters A to Z

A.J. Cosmo - 2012
    Cosmo describes the monsters that lurk in your neighborhood! Discover 26 fantastic and whimsical creations in this fully illustrated trip through the alphabet.

Max and the Won't Go to Bed Show

Mark Sperring - 2013
    He can make cookies disappear, make animals appear, and even tame savage beasts! Cheer as he makes a cookie disappear (very slowly)! Gasp as he asks for ten (yes, ten) bedtime stories! Will he be able to accomplish the most difficult trick and put off bedtime?

The Day My Mommy QUIT!

Kally Mayer - 2013
    Funny Rhyming Picture Book for Beginner ReadersSuitable for ages 2-8Beautifully Illustrated Story that will have both parents and children laughing out loud!Find out what happened to this family when Mom gets fed up and decides to stop doing all the chores.How will the family cope when they are so used to Mom doing so much for them?What happens next is hilarious, but also includes a valuable lesson for the entire family, even the cat and dog!What would you do if your Mommy quit on you?You and your children will love how the family resolves the issue in this adorable and humorous tale.

Elmo Says Achoo!

Sarah Albee - 2000
    But the mysterious wrapped gift has a curious effect--it's making Elmo sneeze! And every time Elmo sneezes, something funny happens. Toddlers will love following along when Elmo's sneezes cause laundry to fall off its line and much more in this Early Step into Reading™ story.

Go West, Amelia Bedelia!

Herman Parish - 2011
    . . Amelia Bedelia!Amelia Bedelia visits her uncle's dude ranch and makes herself at home on the range, getting all tied up (by her own lasso) and stopping a stampede (with only her own two hands)!The West sure is wild when Amelia Bedelia comes to town!

Urban Babies Wear Black

Michelle Sinclair Colman - 2005
    Infantus urbanus love nights at the opera, modern architecture, and fine cuisine. Difficult to spot at night due to their penchant for black clothing. See also URBAN BABIES.

Don't Be Horrid, Henry!

Francesca Simon - 2000
    Horrid Henry reaches a younger generation of readers in a new picture storybook.

I Am NOT a Unicorn! (Sammy Bird Series)

V. Moua - 2019
    This little bird does NOT want to be an enchanting creature. Will Sammy come to accept that he is a unicorn? Read the book to find out! About the Sammy Bird Series This is a picture book series about a quirky bird named Sammy and his amusing misadventures. Readers will discover that Sammy is a little red bird who has a BIG personality. The books in this series are humorous, engaging and sometimes deal with common childhood issues like bullying, fear of the dark, patience and friendship. The books are interactive and engages young readers to participate in the story. There are over 90 Books in the series and counting! From the Author I like to think of myself as a storyteller who brings families together through the medium of picture books. Whether it is between a parent or child or a grandparent and child. These stories are intended to be light-hearted and funny and most importantly the stories engage young readers to be a part of the story itself. My hope is that these books will help build upon a child's love for reading and allow families to laugh and enjoy spending time together. As a reader, you can look forward to many more adventures with this silly and fun-loving red bird! -V. Moua About the book: I Am NOT a Unicorn! This is a read aloud kids book. The target age range audience is appropriate for preschool and young children who are at the following stages of reading: I can read level 1, I can read level 2, I can read level 3 and I can read level 4. This is a book that any child will love, especially at bedtime. It is suitable for parents to read to their children. Also, grandparents will enjoy reading this book to their grandchildren. This series is part of the short bedtime stories for kids. Read this children's book FREE as part of your PRIME or Kindle Unlimited membership!

Village In The Snow

Roderick Hunt - 2001
    It contains a free resources website with downloadable photocopy masters and a Teacher's Handbook and special edition for Scotland. This work also contains 3 added stories.

101 Knock Knock Jokes for Kids (Joke Books for Kids vol. 1)

I.P. Factly - 2013
    '101 Knock Knock Jokes for Kids', a fun, funny, and often cheesy joke book. </h2><br>101 Knock Knock Jokes for Kids is a wonderful, natural way for children to improve their reading. They are able to practice their reading skills whilst enjoying themselves.<br><br>Joke books for kids have the added benefit of improving memories, and importantly, instilling confidence. Children are given a great reason to talk in front of groups and with practice are able to feel comfortable doing it.<br><br>Joke books for kids on kindle are also a fun way for a family to interact, laughing - or moaning - at the jokes.<br><br><br><h2> Reviews for IP Factly joke books: </h2><br><b> Child appropriate jokes, April 24 By A-J (Australia) </b> Amazon Verified Purchase<br>This review is from: 101 Jokes for Kids (Joke Books for Kids) (Kindle Edition)<br>Got it for my son's 10th birthday, he loved it and I love the fact it gets him reading. I personally can't comment on the content as we have just spent 4 hours on the road, many of them listening to these jokes!<br><br><b> Substitute Teachers Take Note, March 29, 2013 By Donna Galloway </b> Amazon Verified Purchase<br>This review is from: 101 Knock Knock Jokes for Kids (Joke Books for Kids) (Kindle Edition)<br>This is fun and the elementary kids that I sub like to call it up and use it for our free time or great for indoor recess. I am afraid that I will need a new set of 101's before too long, the kids are learning these!<br><br><b> Happy grandkid, March 11, 2013 By Priscilla Branham </b> Amazon Verified Purchase<br>This review is from: 101 Jokes for Kids (Joke Books for Kids) (Kindle Edition)<br>I bought this for my grand child. He loved reading it on the kindle. He was trying the jokes out on all the family members.<br><br><b> My son loves 'em., February 22, 2013 By James Leonard </b> Amazon Verified Purchase<br>This review is from: 101 Knock Knock Jokes for Kids (Joke Books for Kids) (Kindle Edition)<br>My six year old gets a kick out of these corny little knock knock jokes. It entertains him, and makes him laugh.<br><br><h2> IP Factly 'Joke Books for Kids' series includes: </h2><br>'101 Doctor Doctor Jokes for Kids'<br>'101 Elephant Jokes for Kids'<br>'101 Jokes for Kids'<br>'101 More Jokes for Kids'<br>'101 Bird Jokes for Kids'<br>'101 Creepy Crawly Jokes for Kids'<br>'101 Knock Knock Jokes for Kids'<br>'101 More Knock Knock Jokes for Kids'<br>'101 Jokes for Kids DOUBLE PACK'<br>'101 Knock Knock Jokes for Kids DOUBLE PACK'<br><br><b> Scroll up and Buy this book now - your child will love going back to it again and again.</b>

Pinkalicious and the Perfect Present

Victoria Kann - 2014
    To find the most pinkeriffic treasure for herself, Pinkalicious sorts through piles and piles of fabulous dress-up clothes, sports gear, and more. Yet when she finally finds the perfect purchase, Pinkalicious realizes it's even more perfect for her mother!Beginning readers and parents will love this warm Pinkalicious I Can Read story, which shows that the best gifts aren't the ones you receive but the ones you give. This is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.


Leslie Patricelli - 2005
    Here, in her humorous, bold graphic style, Leslie Patricelli plays up a scenario near and dear to every toddler's heart, raising the plaintive question: can there be any peace in the house when a beloved binky is not to be found?

Fox on a Box

Phil Roxbee Cox - 2003
    and some pages have fold-out flaps!.

The Emperor's Cool Clothes

Lee Harper - 2011
    A funny, clever adaptation of the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale in an imaginary kingdom where emperor penguins, walruses, albatross, seals and polar bears all live - and shop - together.

Max's New Suit

Rosemary Wells - 1979
    Combined with the second four, published in 1985, total sales are over one million! And Mrs. Wells's followers are legion. Now she has completely reillustrated her eight delightful Max board books in her exciting and vibrant full-color style. The highly imaginative stories, loved by millions of young children, are even funnier with the new artwork. These are perfect first books, especially with the increased focus on the importance of reading to babies and toddlers, a cause that Mrs. Wells has been wholeheartedly promoting for several years with her "The Most Important 20 Minutes of Your Day" reading initiative.Ruby helps Max get dressed in his new sailor suit, but he prefers to start over by himself. He puts on his shirt -- one leg at a time -- and his jacket -- one ear at a time!