An innovative introduction to animal characteristics invites youngsters to guess which part of an animal looks like a paint brush, branches or other everyday objects, providing interactive lift-flaps that reveal a lively array of creatures from a chameleon and crocodile to a bat and toucan. By the best-selling author of Because I Love You So Much
Vibrant, cheerful illustrations accompany riddles and lift-the-flap features in this delightful book for toddlers that poses engaging questions to encourage children to find similarities amongst different sorts of animals, showing young learners that some animals might be more alike than they think.
Wanting to throw Lily the rabbit a birthday party, mischievous mouse Milo puts up decorations, searches for a perfect party hat and selects festive music before offering his friend a yummy birthday cake. By the author of Going to the Beach with Lily and Milo
Nina recounts her feelings about her parents' divorce and describes what it is like to live in two households, in an honest account of divorce from a child's point of view that will reassure readers who are experiencing a similar family change
Bumping his head while playing, little Kevin is brought to the hospital by his mom and receives visits from Grandma and his friend, Rose, while being attended by doctors and nurses and waiting to improve enough to go home, in a comforting story that explains what can be expected during a hospital stay. By the creator of Funny Feet
An imaginative rabbit daydreams under his favorite oak tree about the glories of being a knight of the Middle Ages and pretends to fight dragons and save damsels in distress. By the Reader's Digest Award for Best Children's Books Illustrator-winning author of Flop Ear and His Friends.
Unable to find its mommy, a bereft Little White Fish asks for help from a colorful assortment of undersea friends who produce an ocean rainbow when the fish and his mommy are reunited. By the award-winning author of No Ghost Under My Bed