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Julie Fogliano's tender story of anticipation is brought to life by the distinctive illustrations Erin E. Stead, recipient of the 2011 Caldecott Medal.
This is the story of Alice Rumphius, a woman who longed to travel the world, live in a house by the sea, and do something to make the world more beautiful. By Barbara Cooney.
The If I Were A Bunny Book allows little imaginations to leap up high with dreams of bobtails and waggly ears! With a different texture on each page and a cheeky bunny tail popping out from the top of the book, it’s a wonderful world of bunny pondering!
Join these forest friends as they learn that a helpful friend is the best friend of all, no matter their size. A charming Hareytale board book with beautiful illustrations featuring the woodland character Bruce the Moose.
Albee and the Big Seed is a bright, bold adventure in hardback! Curious Albee discovers a seed and plants it, only to grow an amazing flower! Even the Queen wants to visit! But will it be ready for the Grand Hive Ball?
From nests in treetops to dark underground burrows, there are lots of animal homes to discover in this fascinating book. Lift the flaps to see how animals build homes in extreme temperatures, shelter in a warm coral reef, and lots more.
This simple book is filled with beautiful illustrations and facts about bees and beehives. It's perfect for young children, by Anna Milbourne and illustrated by Stephanie Fizer Coleman.
Take a journey through the season of spring with the Little Blue Truck! Discover the different baby animals hidden behind the flaps on each page with this fun story, written by Alice Schertle and illustrated by McElmurry.
Learn about different colors and types of flowers with this new edition of a popular title!
A touch and feel educational book to keep your little one engaged and learning.
This honest school story is about teasing, self-esteem, and acceptance to help encourage kids to be themselves and accept others as well. By Kevin Henkes.
P.J. Funnybunny is just sick of being a bunny! He takes off to try to become a bear, a bird, beaver, pig, and so on and so forth until he eventually realizes bunnyhood is for him after all.