The lyrical text, funny illustrations and upbeat friendship message make this a great gift and a wonderful introduction to manners. How to Win Friends and Influence Creatures - Presents humorous advice on maintaining friendships with animals, including not hogging a mudbath, howling along with a pack, and learning to listen to small voices. Goat's Coat - This charmingly illustrated rhyming picture book about Alfonzo, a goat with a very special coat, celebrates the power of kindness and friendship.
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Let me tell you the tale of Alfonzo the goat, who was terribly proud of his lovely new coat. Alfonzo was happy; he pranced and he skipped. Then he heard a sad noise, croaking out of a ditch. He just got an amazing new coat, and he feels like a million dollars. But when he discovers some creatures in need of help, will Alfonzo be able to give up his treasured possession to save the day? This great big hug of a book shows that kindness is definitely the best recipe. Want to see 8 more children's books about animals and friendship?
Over the snow, the world is hushed and white, but under the snow is a secret world of squirrels and snowshoe hares, bears and bullfrogs, and many others who live outside in the woods during the winter. A lilting read-aloud text and stunning pictures combine to make an irresistibly appealing picture book that follows these fascinating animal friends through the cycle of the year.
The cares of bears are curious indeed, as you will discover, if you care to read. Join a family of bears as they have all kinds of fun throughout the seasons!
From climbing up trees and stealing honey to giving bear hugs and lazing in lakes, these bears have many curious cares. Can the cares of these bears wait until spring? The rhyming text makes this story a perfect read-along book for storytime! But when his friends come by to check on him, they realize that Bear is still awake!
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They brew him hot tea and sing him lullabies, but nothing seems to work. Can Bear get to bed? Or will he be up all winter? A Loud Winter's Nap - Mr. Staccato - Tortoise does not like winter and as such is adamant about going to sleep. With each thwarted attempt at sleep, he grows grumpier and grumpier, but then something happens that changes his mind about the snow and cold. Hibernation Station - B is for Bookworm - This story of the hibernation train station is a fun, imaginative way for kids to learn about hibernation by seeing all the animals that come aboard the train.
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One sunny day, a little boy heads outside for a swim, but his pool is already taken. The boy tries everything to get the whale to leave.
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Nothing seems to work. Not fetch. Not tag. Not even offering his allowance. This colorful whale of a tale from the talented Joyce Wan is sure to inspire giggles from little guppies! Oliver, Charlie, and Lulu love to play outside together. So the friends set off to find a tree that Oliver can play in.
Henry's Bright Idea - Deep in the shade of a walnut grove stands a tall tree house. A delightful group of friends gathers here. They call themselves the Walnut Animal Society. Their mission is to create and to always remain curious. Henry the Fox is a knowledgeable fellow, known for his unique inventions. Ruthie the Deer loves to dance like the butterflies that flutter outside. The collection of ropes and fishing poles belongs to adventurous Chester the Raccoon. And Eleanor the Bear gathers flowers and plants to make tea for her friends. Henry is a founding member of the Walnut Animal Society, an inventor and a tinkerer.
Today Henry is not inventing or tinkering. Henry has lost his idea. On top of a hill, inside an old and very fruitful apple tree, lives Little Green Hen. But soon the work proves too much, and Little Green Hen seeks some help. Dog who loves sticks , Sparrow who loves bugs , and Squirrel who loves burying things are glad to pitch in.
But Peacock, Fox, and Cat have far more important things to do — until the storms roll in, the rain comes down, and the waters rise. So Light, So Heavy - Elephant is so heavy, and all the other animals are so light. How will the seesaw ever go up and down? Then what happens when a child swoops in with other plans? Short, simple, and memorable, this board book offers a satisfying story arc. What Does an Anteater Eat? Baffled, and with his tummy rumbling, he consults the other animals. Sloth is too busy, Toucan is clueless, and Crocodile has his own mouth full. Whatever will Anteater do?
A delightfully silly tale that little ones will return to again and again. Want to see more children's books about problem solving? The funny illustrations, unique animals—get ready to explain what a shrew is! Discover animal opposites in this playful board book by award-winning author Douglas Florian.
Bears are big. Bees are small.
Shrews are short. Giraffes are tall. Such a fun book to learn opposites with, especially because of the fun mini book that fits into the bigger book! The mini book has pages with the baby animals related to the animal on the page in the bigger part of the book, and the opposites are in the big book and the corresponding page in the little book. Invites young readers to match the sentences on each page with similar sentences featuring opposing terms that appear in a corner of the book that has pages that move independently.
Serious silliness for all ages. Artist Sandra Boynton is back and better than ever with completely redrawn versions of her multi-million selling board books.
These whimsical and hilarious books, featuring nontraditional texts and her famous animal characters, have been printed on thick board pages, and are sure to educate and entertain children of all ages. Big or small, Furry or not, Here or there, Inside or out, Everyone hugs all over the world. Little ones can learn about opposites and about animals and their habitats in this story too.
Mega-selling author and artist Felicia Bond has crafted a charming book filled with animals hugging across the globe that celebrates the universality of love. Time to explore.
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Follow the monkey as he visits all the animals in the zoo: fast and slow, big and small, noisy and quiet, soft and prickly! Filled with energetic illustrations, friendly animals, and a simple text, The Opposite Zoo is a fun and lively introduction to animals and opposites. Filled with energetic illustrations, friendly animals, and a clear, simple text—all wrapped up in a gorgeous package—The Opposite Zoo is a fun and lively introduction to animals and opposites for the youngest picture-book audience.
Will his friends be able to help? A cast of friendly animals—who are all so far down—try to help bear reach the desired cake. But what happens when a child swoops in with other plans? The illustrations in this book are beautiful with a unique touch.
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Each page appears only half-illustrated a creative use of solid white shapes. The cadence is calming and makes for a great going-to-bed book. With the help of hugs and lullabies, a young girl tucks her stuffed animals into bed, one by one, in this cuddly good-night read. The illustrations are really cute and the interactive activity of matching animals to their homes, with the raised textures on each illustrations to add interest, makes this an enjoyable read.
Introduce little ones to all sorts of different homes for animals! In Animal Homes, little ones will be asked which homes belong to which animals. The pages of this book are filled with familiar, kid-friendly animals such as cats, fish, dogs, birds, and more, rendered in soft colors that make this an even more enjoyable experience for babies. Each page includes an embossed animal home, creating a tactile experience for tiny hands. And on the last spread, all the animals appear with their correct homes!