Imagination, art, and science combine with a sumptuous autumn palette to tell the story of Leaf Man, who’s “got to go where the wind blows.” Actual leaf shapes create fanciful plants and animals that will entice children to give leaf-design a try.
Little llama is concerned when his llama mama (in pearls and apron) doesn’t answer his call for reassurance, but all’s well in the end. Rollicking repetition makes this bedtime story a fresh, fun, and sure-fire hit for the smallest story-timers.
In or out? Happy or sad? Dry or wet? Cleverly designed pull-tabs cause appropriate words to appear and disappear to demonstrate each concept. Clear, uncluttered images of recognizable objects make this book ideal for young learners.
"When the alligator came creeping… creeping…creeping up the stairs…were the children scared? YOU BET THEY WERE!" A rhythmic text and repeated refrain invites children to chant along in this not-too scary read-aloud.
Exuberant splashes of paint, a small boy wielding a paintbrush, and a playful, rhyming text will have readers and listeners giggling in anticipation of the next body part to be covered in bright colors.
“Flies can’t be pets! They are pests!” Buzz begs to differ in this fast-paced story of a budding friendship between a boy and a fly. The dazzling cover and cartoon art showcase a beginning reader text that is sure to please.