Whose Baby Am I?
Explore the world of cubs, chicks and pups as you turn the pages and see each baby with its mama.
The Little Dump Truck
Hard Hat Pete and his little dump truck are ready for action as they haul rocks and carry loads to the landfill.
Roly Poly Pangolin
When Roly Poly is confronted with new things like bugs for dinner or playing with strange animals, he curls into a ball. One day, a ball peeks back at him and he makes an important discovery.
Dayle Ann Dodds
Where’s Pup? He’s running around the circus, but who knows where he might be? Is he with Jo feeding Mo or helping Claire catch Pierre? Follow this rhyming trail to find him.
Tilly is playing with her toy telephone, but who could she be talking to? Teddy, Rabbit and Puppy Dog are all busy playing. See if you can figure it out.
The Everything Book
Pots, pans, crocodile eggs and ladybugs, you can find almost everything in here. Have fun with numbers, colors, body parts, and seasons in this brightly colored book for toddlers.
With the roosters crowing, the pigeons cooing, the mice squeaking and the hens clucking, it’s another average day in the barnyard.
Rhonda Gowler Greene
The barnyard choir sounds wonderful until an unexpected sneeze chimes in. Will the barnyard sounds ever be normal again?
Tuck Me In!
Tuck in a hedgehog, an alligator, a moose and more as you turn the bright, half-page “blankets.”
Ursula K. Le Guin
Wander into a cat’s cozy dreamland full of raining mice, fountains of cream, and catnip trees.
A Book of Sleep
Il Sung Na
A watchful owl observes various animals as they rest throughout the night.
Bear Flies High
When Bear wishes he could fly, four children spend the day at an amusement park showing him how he can do just that.
Falling in the toilet, getting stuck in drawers, Cookie is having a very busy week.
How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?
See how well-behaved dinosaurs set a good example with their bedtime routines.
About Birds: A Guide for Children
A first guide to birds, written for the youngest bird watchers. Each page contains a fact about birds as well as the name of the bird shown in the watercolor illustrations. More detailed facts can be found in the Afterword.
Bring on the Birds
Simple text and illustrations show a variety of birds and their habitats. An additional information section has enough details to answer a curious toddler’s questions.
It’s man vs. rabbits when three bunnies knock on Mr. McGreely’s door. It’s cold out and they want to be warm, but Mr. McGreely won’t let them in.
How About a Kiss for Me?
A fearless baby puckers up to deliver kisses to a variety of animals throughout his day.
I Can Help
A poor little duck is lost and needs help. Fortunately, he is surrounded by monkeys, giraffes, elephants, and other friends who are willing to help as much as they are able.