Roly Poly the polar bear never wanted a brother, but then little Monty arrives and Roly Poly has to adjust to his new sibling.
One by one five little ducklings tumble off the bridge into the river below--and mother duck follows them.
Rhyming text compares babies born in different places and in different circumstances, but they all share the commonality of ten little fingers and ten little toes.
As darkness falls parents everywhere try to get their children ready for sleep.
A story about many different sheep, and one that seems to be missing.
In this book with rhyming text, Bonnie and Ben's favorite babysitter reads them nursery rhymes before putting them to bed.
Despite the differences between people around the world, there are similarities that join us together, such as pain, joy, and love.
In rhyming text Mother mouse tells her child stories at bedtime.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text reveal how all of our lives are enriched by the vibrant cultural diversity immigrants bring to their new communities.
A young koala, longing to hear her mother speak lovingly to her as she did before other children came along, plans to win her distracted parent's attention.
Siblings Bonnie and Ben impress Skinny Doug with their ability to recite nursery rhymes.
Although he is a very tough pirate, Boris von der Borch cries when his parrots dies.
Hattie the hen discovers a fox in the bushes, which creates varying reactions in the other barnyard animals.
When a young girl has a series of mishaps at home one day, her mother tries not to lose her temper--and does not quite succeed.