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Tovi the Penguin Goes Camping
Janina Rossiter - 2014
Tovi books are designed in a simple animated way to give young readers the impression of watching a short film where Tovi and his friends play out their adventures. The books are aimed at children aged 2-6 (picturebooks), who hopefully will join Tovi in his mini-adventures, and learn something about life and the world around them. As the lovable characters in these books share a whole range of experiences, they learn about sharing, about helping each other, and most important, they learn the value of friendship. You'll be surprised what an exciting time little penguins can have! Tovi the Penguin is a children's book series also available to buy on Amazon: Tovi the Penguin - goes away for Christmas (Volume 2) and Tovi the Penguin - goes to London (Volume 3). A great book for toddlers or children up to 6 years old. www.tovithepenguin.com
Star Wars: I Am a Princess
Courtney Carbone - 2016
Read all about brave Princess Leia, hero of the Rebel Alliance, as she joins forces with Luke Skywalker and Han Solo to battle Darth Vader and the evil Galactic Empire! Featuring stunning retro illustrations, this book is perfect for Star Wars--and Little Golden Book--fans of all ages.
JoJo and Daddy Bake a Cake
Jane O'Connor - 2017
They’ve mixed the batter, put the cake in the oven, and frosted it—but who is the cake for? Shh . . . it’s a surprise!Beginning readers will love this My First I Can Read that is carefully crafted using basic language, word repetition, sight words, and gorgeous illustrationsFrom the beloved New York Times bestselling author-illustrator team Jane O’Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser, JoJo and Daddy Bake a Cake is a My First I Can Read, perfect for shared reading with a child.
Nuts in Space
Elys Dolan - 2014
They have found the Lost Nuts of Legend and according to the myth, the bearer of this mythical snack will be immortal, invincible and never will it be past their bedtime – now all they have to do is go home. But – oh dear – if only it were that simple. Everyone is starving, the Star Nav is broken, the neighbours are distinctly unfriendly and it was a really, REALLY bad idea to stop at the Death Banana and ask for directions. Will they EVER find their way home? And, most importantly will they get home before something happens to the Nuts?’From the hugely talented creator of Weasels, this stellar story is full of humour and action-packed pages to pore over.
Curious George Goes to an Ice Cream Shop
Margret Rey - 1989
Herb's store. Which should George try? Why not a scoop of everything? It doesn't take long for a mischievous monkey to make a mountain of a mess, but Curious George manages to turn chaos into triumph as only he can.
Chase's Space Case
Nickelodeon Publishing - 2016
Boys and girls ages 4 to 6 will love this leveled reader.Leveled readers feature big type and easy words. Rhymes and rhythmic text paired with picture clues help children decode the story. This book is for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. This Nickelodeon Read-Along contains audio narration.
Tom Sullivan - 2019
Yellow and I Used to Be a Fish.Do you ever look up at the night sky and wonder if there is anybody else out there?Are there evil robots or cool aliens?Do they fly in UFOs or live in futuristic cities?Or maybe . . . they are just like us.Out There is a wonder-filled, surprising journey of imagination and empathy, a book that will inspire readers of all ages to reflect on how much we all have in common, despite our differences.
Star Wars ABC
Scholastic Inc. - 2010
With artistic alliterative text that describes each image and emphasizes each letter, Star Wars: ABC is a completely new way to learn about the legendary story of Star Wars. Book Details: Format: Board Book Publication Date: 7/1/2010 Pages: 26 Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
Harry and Horsie
Katie Van Camp - 2009
When a boy named Harry sneaks out of bed one night with his best friend, Horsie, to play with his Super Duper Bubble Blooper—an out-of-this-world adventure begins! Illustrated with retro-comic art, this is a charming story about the power of friendship and imagination.
What This Story Needs Is a Munch and a Crunch
Emma J. Virjan - 2016
. . another place to eat!The "What This Story Needs..." books are bright and lively and inspire giggles. "A story with echoes of Seuss and Willems," School Library Journal said in a starred review of What This Story Needs Is a Hush and a Shush.
The Cheerios Play Book
Lee Wade - 1998
(No milk, please!) Teddies need Cheerios buttons, mice need Cheerios glasses, and fish need Cheerios bubbles. Pages are recessed to help children successfully place their own dry cereal pieces within the scenes. Tasty, interactive fun that toddlers will love!