Animals

Can You Cuddle Like a Koala? (by John Butler)

Can You Cuddle Like a Koala? invites youngsters to mimic the movements of baby animals.

Big Red Barn (by Margaret Wise Brown)

In the barnyard there are roosters and cows, horses and goats, and a pink piglet who is learning to squeal. Margaret Wise Brown's lulling story about a day in the life of a barnyard is now available as a sturdy board book. Felicia Bond's atmospheric illustrations add to the tranquil simplicity of this story.

Bear Snores On...(by Karma Wilson)

In a cave in the woods,vin his deep, dark lair, through the long, cold winter, sleeps a great brown bear.

Owl Babies (by Martin Waddell & Patrick Benson)

Reissued in a board book edition for the toddler set, Owl Babies reassures children as it enchants their parents, offering the gentle sure promise needed by every young child that Mommy will always come home. When three baby owls awake in the middle of the night to find their mother gone, they fret and worry and try to be brave until, at last, she returns.

The Little Mouse, the Red, Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear! (by Don Wood & Audrey Wood)

Who likes strawberries? The mouse does. The bear does, too, but the reader plays the key role!

Tumble Bumble (by Felicia Bond)

When a tiny bug decides to go for a walk, anything can happen He might meet a cat, a crocodile, a pig, or even a bee to dance and play with, and that means more friends for everyone This adorable story by renowned author and illustrator Felicia Bond is now available for the youngest set.

Mouse Paint (by Ellen Stoll Walsh)

The humor and beautifully simple design of this educational book will appeal to children who know the joy of splashing about in paint--and to their parents, who will appreciate the lighthearted presentation of a lesson in color.

Sheep in a Jeep (by Nancy Shaw)



What could be better than a misadventure in board book format from that rambunctious flock of sheep? In "Sheep in a Jeep", the hapless flock goes for a drive in the country.

Harry the Dirty Dog (by Gene Zion)

Harry the Dirty Dog


Harry is a white dog with black spots who loves everything . . . except baths. So one day before bath time, Harry runs away. He plays outside all day long, digging and sliding in everything from garden soil to pavement tar. By the time he returns home, Harry is so dirty he looks like a black dog with white spots. His family doesn't even recognize him.

I Kissed the Baby! (by Mary Murphy)

I Kissed the Baby

Finally -- the perfect first book for baby is available in board. "I saw the baby.  Did you see the baby?" "Yes I saw the baby, the teeny weeny thing."
It's so exciting. News of the baby is buzzing from animal to animal, with each one -- fish, bird, squirrel, insect, frog -- boasting of seeing, feeding, singing to, tickling, and kissing the tiny little thing. With bold, graphic black-and-white illustrations, Mary Murphy's simple, singsong story captures the giddy commotion that only a baby can bring.

Good Dog, Carl (by Alexandra Day)

Good Dog Carl

The original, bestselling Good Dog, Carl is now a board book. This classic, wordless story will find a new audience in a chunky board format which includes the complete story and the original full-color illustrations. Children follow with delight as Carl leads his infant mistress on a wild adventure--the instant after her mother has left the house.

Where's Spot? (by Eric Hill)

Where's Spot

Spot's mother searches for the irascable puppy at dinnertime. Where could he be?

Grow Up! (by Nina Laden)

Grow Up

From the author and illustrator of the best-selling "Peek-a-Who?" comes another irresistible board book that's sure to entertain curious babies and toddlers. With peek-a-boo windows featuring adorable baby animals, bright colors and a simple, playful text, "Grow Up " takes guessing games for toddlers to a new level.

The Runaway Bunny (by Margaret Wise Brown)

The Runaway Bunny

Clement Hurd redrew some of his pictures for this new edition of the profoundly comforting story of a bunny's imaginary game of hide-and-seek and the lovingly steadfast mother who finds him every time.

How Do Dinosaurs Love Their Dogs? (by Jane Yolen)

How Do Dinosaurs Love Their Dogs

Anyone who loves dogs will be highly entertained when America's favorite little dinosaurs learn how to take care of their muddy pups and handsome hounds. From bathing and feeding to walking and tossing balls, riotous fun ensues as youngsters learn patience and gentleness while sharing time with their beloved pets. From the bestselling duo, Yolen and Teague, this is the perfect gift for little dinosaurs (or big ones!) who cherish their dog or will soon have a furry new best friend in the house.

 

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