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Mama Loves You Always
Lindsey Coker Luckey - 2020
Take your child on a journey about a mother’s love in this sweet, touching children’s picture book filled with beautiful watercolor illustrations and warm and engaging rhymes that speak to the power of a mother’s love and explain to children in terms that they understand just how immense that love is.Written for children of any age, this beautifully illustrated book will inspire, comfort, and make a young heart sing with joy and love.
A House for a Mouse
Lisette Starr - 2019
Oscar the mouse wants somewhere warm to stay for the night!"One thundery night I was cosy and warm,under the covers and safe from the storm.I was lying awake counting sheep in my headWhen I heard something moving under my bed.Suddenly I was trembling with fear.Could there be a monster about to appear?Then I heard it again, that scuttling sound.It was so scary it made my heart pound!"A delightful story with bright, fun illustrations and a great positive message!"A House for a Mouse" is a bright, fun way for younger children to learn about friendship, kindness and generosity.When a young boy hears a noise under his bed, he fears there may be a monster about to appear. But it isn't a monster, it is a little mouse looking for somewhere warm and dry to spend the night. Combining wonderfully vibrant illustrations with the power of rhythm and rhyme,"A House for a Mouse" is a perfect bedtime story and a must read for kids starting their reading journey."RED BEETLE BOOKS"Following in the great tradition of moral tales, Red Beetle Books are designed to teach important life lessons in a fun and entertaining way.Exploring subjects like sharing, kindness, friendship, understanding differences, facing challenges and adapting to change, Red Beetle Books will help your child develop their emotional intelligence, while fostering a life long love of books and reading.
The Berenstain Bears: The Bear Detectives
Stan Berenstain - 1975
in full color. "Papa Bear tries to solve the mystery of Farmer Ben's missing pumpkin. Will keep beginning readers in stitches and prove enticing even to reluctant readers." School Library Journal.
The One and Only Wolfgang: From pet rescue to one big happy family
Steve Greig - 2019
Greig looked for the most “unadoptable” animals and gave them a home—his home! Strange and unique, The One and Only Wolfgang will remind readers that no matter how old or how odd, everyone has a place where they belong. Families will enjoy the unique, whimsical art from Nadja Sarell combined with comical photographs of the Wolfgang.Perfect for children, ages 4-8Kids will love reading about the loveable animals featured on Steve Greig’s Instagram, @Wolfgang2242 - over 900k followersChildren will learn about love, friendship and family
Dr. Seuss's Second Beginner Book Collection
Dr. Seuss - 2011
Seuss--The Cat in the Hat Comes Back, Dr. Seuss's ABC, Oh Say Can You Say?, Oh the Thinks You Can Think , and I Can Read with My Eyes Shut --is perfect for new parents, birthday celebrations, and happy occaisions of all kinds. Ideal for reading aloud or reading alone, it will be cherished by young and old alike. Begin a child on the adventure of a lifetime--with Beginner Books by Dr. Seuss And if you want to make a REALLY BIG impression, consider gifting this along with a copy of our first boxed set of Beginner Books, Dr. Seuss's Beginner Book Collection. The two sets combined include all ten Beginner Books by Dr. Seuss
How Oakley Lost His Spots (Oakley and Bella Book 1)
D.C. Swain - 2013
Convinced by his friend Rover that he has lost them, he sets off to find his spots, only to find out that Dalmatians aren’t born with spots and that they all develop at different times. A vividly illustrated picture book, this story is perfect for showing children how everyone develops at different rates. ***Check out the other books in the "Oakley and Bella" series: -When Oakley Met Bella -Oakley and Bella Meet Puss -Oakley and Bella on Holiday