Cat starts reading "Little Red Riding Hood" and explains, "It's a story about a little girl who always wears a red cape with a hood."
Dog says, "COOL! I love stories about superheroes. What's her special power?"
When David Shannon was five years old, he wrote and illustrated his first book. On every page were these words: NO, DAVID! . . . and a picture of David doing things he was not supposed to do. All he hears from his mother as he breaks his mother's rules is "No, David!", "That's enough, David!", and "Settle down!"
Ferocious pirate Captain Firebeard THINKS that he and the ruthless crew of the "Horrible Haddock" rule the high seas. But Firebeard and his band meet their match when they kidnap a small but feisty girl named Molly.
"A fly was flying. He was looking for something to eat. Something tasty. Something slimy. A boy was walking. He was looking for something to catch. Something smart. Something for The Amazing Pet Show."
Funny and sweet, this rhyming ode to dogs reminds us to show our love every day — in small ways, in silly ways, in soft and warm and cuddly ways. With active, playful art that captures the fuzz and the motion in equal measure, this offering is sure to please children and puppies alike!
A family drives through the snow to visit their beloved bubbe, who spreads out a Chanukah supper for everyone to enjoy. But one dish goes a little wrong:
Sam-I-Am mounts a determined campaign to convince another Seuss character to eat a plate of green eggs and ham.
Dr. Seuss turns 50 easy words into magic in this time-honored classic.
"Limited vocabulary but unlimited exuberance of illustration." — School Library Journal
The bus driver has to leave for a while, and he makes one request of readers: "Don't let the pigeon drive the bus." It's the height of common sense, but the driver clearly knows this determined pigeon and readers do not — yet.
Follow mechanical cats up, down, and all around in Robot Kitties!
Robot kitties everywhere!
They're on the ground. They're in the air.
They're flying low. They're flying high,
In Where's My Fnurgle, kids will search the book for a mysterious creature called a fnurgle that the narrator just can't seem to keep track of!
I have a fnurgle but I can't find him.
Where's my fnurgle?
In Five Stinky Socks, one silly monster searches his house for his five super stinky socks!
1 stinky sock. I'll tell you why it stinks.
I used it to wash dirty dishes in the kitchen sink.
Patiently and politely, Mr. Panda asks the animals he comes across if they would like a doughnut. A penguin, a skunk, and a whale all say yes, but they do not remember to say "please" and "thank you." Is anyone worthy of Mr. Panda's doughnuts?