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I Spy Little Bunnies (with foil): A Book of Picture Riddles
Jean Marzollo - 2001
Search-and-find riddles paired with amazing photographs will captivate kids of all ages in the bestselling I Spy series.Filled with fun photos from the original I Spy series, the I Spy little board books build reading and recognition skills.Preschoolers can search for bunnies galore, as well as other intriguing toys and trinkets! Picture clues and rhyming riddles guide the youngest readers through the delightful puzzles.
Hop, Hop, Jump!
Lauren Thompson - 2012
Wiggling, waggling, stomping, and clomping—there are so many different ways to do it! Go ahead—try them all. Each page has a big, bold toddler face, minimal rhyming text, and a corresponding label for the body part that’s moving, making this bright, rhythmic book perfect for the youngest movers and shakers.
The Kindness Book
Todd Parr - 2019
With his trademark bright colors and bold lines, Todd Parr takes on a topic more important than ever: being kind to each other. This idea is both a perfect fit for Todd's cheerful, child-friendly positivity and incredibly close to Todd's own heart. No matter what other people choose to do, you can always choose to be kind -- and what a wonderful thing to be! Today's parents and teachers are looking for ways to instill empathy and kindness in children at a young age -- this book is the perfect introduction to a timely and timeless topic.
I Love Planes!
Philemon Sturges - 2003
Some carry people around the world.Some land on water.Some can loop around the sky.What does your favorite plane do?Blast off into the world of biplanes and gliders, seaplanes and dive bombers, and find out the special jobs of every kind of plane.
Ellie Sandall - 2018
Ready or not, here we come! The search for fox has just begun. Everybunny count to ONE! Bunnies play hide-and-seek and count together in this bright, colorful picture book that explores the natural world and celebrates friendship and one of the most beloved early childhood games. But that’s not all. There’s a special surprise awaiting the bunnies when they take a peek inside fox’s den!
Annie Bach - 2014
There's spinning and pinning, high-fiving and jiving, and munching, crunching, and buggy-food lunching. But when it all ends, Monster must leave his fun-loving friends. There's crying and sighing—until Monster discovers a happy surprise waiting for him at home. This wacky celebration will be a hit with kids!
Julia Donaldson - 2020
With rhyming text, lift-the-flaps and peekaboo holes, and a surprise search-and-find element, this is a read-aloud delight and preschool must-have.* Engaging, rewarding, and utterly delightful.--Kirkus, starred reviewWinter 2020-21 Kids' Indie Next List pick!
Good Night, Little Rainbow Fish
Marcus Pfister - 2012
When Little Rainbow Fish can’t fall asleep, there’s only one thing that can help—his Mommy! Little Rainbow Fish’s mom promises to watch over him, no matter if he is in the ink cloud of an octopus, lost in the deep blue sea, or simply having a bad dream. It works. Little Rainbow Fish is soon sound asleep.
Sarah Weeks - 2008
And after the pillow fights and cooking projects and hide-and-seek games and drawing on the bathroom mirrors and zooming and zipping and jumping and running inside, there’s more fun to be had outside. Because when the rain stops, the mud puddles beckon. Splat! The delightful bunny and mouse duo from Overboard! are back in a mischievous and messy romp that toddlers will adore.
Tinyville Town: Gets to Work!
Brian Biggs - 2016
The series is set in a cozy community where the people are kind, everyone says hello when they’re walking down the street, the bus is always on time, and all the townsfolk do their part to keep things running smoothly. Everyone has a job to do in Tinyville Town. With a nod to the busy world of Richard Scarry and the neighborhood feel of Sesame Street, this new series will become a favorite read for preschoolers and is ideal for story time and class discussions about occupations and community helpers. Tinyville Town is a growing, thriving city full of interesting people. The townsfolk can’t wait to show readers around! In Tinyville Town Gets to Work!, we see the evolution of a construction project to solve a problem. When there is a traffic jam on the Tinyville Town bridge, the residents decide to work together to build a new one. By following the hard work of the engineers and construction workers, readers will get to meet many different people in the town while watching the exciting new bridge take shape. The large picture book format and Biggs’s bright art brilliantly show the bridge, which was extensively researched to make it authentic for readers. Every town has a bridge, and a trip over Tinyville’s new one will be fun for kids time and time again.
Look at You!: A Baby Body Book
Kathy Henderson - 2007
. . and giggle! From learning to crawl to clapping their hands, babies are always doing something new. Kathy Henderson's lively poems, filled with action and sound words, are guaranteed to grab young children's attention. And Paul Howard's adorable, large-scale illustrations aptly capture babies' and toddlers' delight at exploring their own abilities and the world around them. Wow, what a body can do!
Those Pesky Rabbits
Ciara Flood - 2014
Bear's grumpy heart?All Mr. Bear wants is to be left alone, but his rabbit neighbors just don't get it! They keep asking annoying things--like if they can they borrow honey, or does he want to swap books? When grumpy refusals don't work, Mr. Bear decides to scare away those pesky rabbits. Can kindness make Mr. Bear see that it's time for a change?
Spots, Feathers, and Curly Tails
Nancy Tafuri - 1988
What has feathers? A chicken has feathers. Nancy Tafuri, a Caldecott Honor artist and the award-winning creator of many books for young children, including Have You Seen My Duckling?, knows just what questions preschoolers will love to hear—and answer!This barnyard tour will have its audience crowing with delight (and discovering interesting information about animals) as they study the big, bold paintings of the animals and birds. "An ideal book for the beginning reader to entertain a younger sibling in a game they'll both enjoy. A natural for toddler story-hour collections."—The Horn BookSupports the Common Core State Standards
Smile, Pout-Pout Fish
Deborah Diesen - 2014
No need to be worried! No need to be sad! Toddlers will love swimming along with the Pout-Pout Fish as he turns little frowns into big smiles. Debbie Diesen and Dan Hanna's much loved Pout-Pout Fish comes flippering and swishing into the hearts and minds of very young children with this compact and comic new tale sure to delight.