How do animals carry their babies? Not in backpacks or strollers, but tucked in pouches . . . Gripped in teeth . . . Propped on backs . . . Even underneath! Marianne Berkes' rhyming verses present some of the many ways that animals carry their young. Cathy Morrison's magical illustrations capture the intimate moments of mother and baby.
Adventures in Outer Space Book Summary: Two tiny space-tots are planning to go on a treasure hunt and little brother wants to tag along. They don’t want to take him because he throws fits when he doesn’t get his way. Reluctantly, they take him and he winds up throwing tantrums because he can’t take a dinosaur home. Recommended for ages 4-9
Cleanliness/La Limpieza A little pig named Jiggles does not like to get dirty and panics every time his parents try to get him to play in the mud with his siblings. He considers mud gross and full of germs. Can he overcome his phobia? (A read-aloud story for children 4-9 years of age)
A village hunter is really having a bad time; he goes for many days without any prey in sight and everyday he returns home, downcast, to the murmurs of the villagers and the mockery of the village kids. Then one day, he finds a wounded eaglet left alone in the bushes. Is he to claim it as a prize or to leave it alone to die? The hunter, however, has other plans. What he does with the eaglet surprises everyone, including his own family. This story would be told and retold by the villagers for generations after the passing of the hunter.
Lost in the woods, Lucy meets a fawn, squirrels, a turtle, and even a trout who all invite her to stay with them. But a kitten can't eat acorns or live in a river. What Lucy wants most of all is a family to call her own.
Share a day in the life of a little girl whose tiny guardian angel named Angela sits on her shoulder to keep the child safe and guide her through the day.
Her activities include getting ready for school, crossing the street, being polite and kind to friends, learning her lessons, fastening her seatbelt while traveling, being aware of stranger-danger, praying for her pets, and reminding her constantly that she is loved.
Once again social values are emphasized in this latest illustrated children's story by award-winning author Sherrill S. Cannon. Meet many classroom friends from the author's previous books, as My Little Angel Angela guides this child throughout her day.
Many, many years ago... Before there were cars and planes, There was a village in Portugal The country that sits next to Spain.
There, deep in the Montado Forest, A tiny seed fell to the ground. His parents searched and searched for him, But he rolled too far to be found.
Find out how the Montado Forest wildlife creatures, and a special little child begin their life’s amazing journey with Whistler, as they teach Whistler about their purpose in life, and Diogo the Bull tells Whistler:
"All of God's creatures have a purpose, Diogo said with a grin. I have no doubt you will find it, It's just a question of when."
Learn about Whistler, the world’s oldest Cork Oak Tree and his God-given gifts. Also learn about how Whistler discovers his special purpose in life (giving to others what God has given to him).
After defeating the mad Maestro, and saving her dream of dancing, Desdemona is once again presented with a challenge. A mysterious figure in her dreams tells her that she must right the wrongs in the Land of Mar. To accomplish this task, Desdemona must stop the dread pirate Moren and his wicked crew from destroying dreams. A jovial faerie by the name of Puck joins her on her adventures in Mar, as they seek out the court of the King. But, as always, nothing is quite as easy as it seems, and Desdemona must use her courage and wit to face the problems that lie ahead.
This is the second volume in the fully illustrated series, Desdemona’s Dreams – A tale of high adventure, illustrating the beauty of dreams, and exploring how imagination may be the key to discovering who we’re meant to be.
When Jilly, a happy little kangaroo, has a series of Terrible Temper Tantrums, her parents lovingly help her through them. Children will be very familiar with the frustrations that trigger Jilly's upset feelings, and will applaud her dawning understanding that seeking help and a hug is far superior to the misery of a temper tantrum. Winner of a Gold Mom's Choice Award.
A pup named Bear, blueberries, and a whole lot of bubba-baloo-ba trouble. Bear, how did you get so BLUE! Meet a rambunctious blueberry craving flat-coated retriever puppy named Bear who doesn't follow in her siblings paw prints. Instead, Bear follows her nose which gets her into a blueberry mess of bubba-ballo-ba trouble. Hold onto your knickers while Bear takes you spinning and laughing on her unruly day down on Farmer Bubba's blueberry farm. A pawsitively fun, down-on-the farm story with the cutest blue puppy imaginable!
What if you treated others the way you'd like to be treated? What if everyone did that? What kind of world could there be?Robert and Kait decide to look for the golden ruler that their Mom has told them about, only to find out that she meant RULE instead of ruler.What is this "Golden Rule" and what does it mean?
Join in the children's quest to discover how to follow the Golden Rule and share it with others, as you meet many classroom friends from the author's previous books.
This is the eighth rhyming children's book by award-winning author Sherrill S. Cannon, whose other bestselling books include Mice & Spiders & Webs...Oh My!, My Fingerpaint Masterpiece, Manner-Man, Gimme-Jimmy, The Magic Word, Peter and the Whimper-Whineys and Santa's Birthday Gift.
Former teacher Sherrill S. Cannon has won forty awards for her rhyming books and is also the author of seven published and internationally performed plays for elementary school children.
B. Bear (formerly known as Baby Bear) and Lolly (short for Goldilocks) are best friends. After all, they like all the same things. With a bear-and-girl friendship that fits just right, this duo is ready for any adventure—even going to school for the first time.
New York Times bestselling author A. A. Livingston celebrates the power of friendship to overcome first-time jitters, and illustrator Joey Chou's bright, bold art playfully complements this fun twist on a fairytale classic. Kids who may be a little nervous about their own first day of school will be inspired by B. Bear and Lolly's story.
This colorful children’s picture book it is well suited for anytime but especially nice for a quiet bedtime reading. When Little Bear asks Mother Bear where the stars have come from, she begins her answer with these lines:
“Deep in the forest where the wind never blows, In a far away cave where the sun never shines, Lives a man made of stars And the branches of pines.”
If you are especially alert, you will see a small surprise in the sky on the last page of this beautiful book.
Ginger Nielson is a full time children’s book author/illustrator who lives at the top of a hill near the edge of a forest in semi-rural New Hampshire.There is a magic wand on her desk, a dragon in her basement and a tiny elephant in her studio. Everything else is nearly normal.