Baby searches for his turkey stuffed animal on Thanksgiving.
Simple text and illustrations celebrate moments shared by parents with a new baby, in a board book with interactive lift-flaps.
A little girl contrasts all of the amazing things she can do for herself that had to be done for her when she was a baby, from dressing herself to reading to her baby sister.
Book about construction trucks.
Rosie, a helpful preschooler, offers advice to children facing their first day of preschool.
A loving mother counts the hugs she gives her baby throughout the day.
A baby searches under and behind different objects in search of Easter eggs.
The day is ending and everyone in the neighborhood is taking a good night walk. But where is baby bird's home? And where is baby deer's home?
Every September 21 on the International Day of Peace, children around the world wish in many different languages for peace.
Young readers are invited to lift flaps to reveal such insects as ladybugs, caterpillars, ants, and bees.
Seven-year-old Lena and her mother observe the variations in the color of their friends' skin, viewed in terms of foods and things found in nature.
Fourteen children's book artists draw their favorite foods and explain why they love them, using short stories, statements, and poems.
By lifting the flaps, readers can help Baby as she looks all over the house for her special trick-or-treat pumpkin. On board pages.
How many kisses does a tired baby need to change her from crying into sleeping?