"Celebrating the versatility, popularity, and ubiquity of noodles, this board book gives hungry readers a delicious tour of pasta dishes from a variety of cultures and countries." —Kirkus Reviews
A bold celebration of what it takes to be a cat, from acclaimed author-illustrator Galia Bernstein—now in board book!
A simple housecat named Simon encounters some bigger cats: Lion, Puma, Panther, Tiger, and Cheetah. Each of the big cats has something to say about Simon not being “cat” enough. According to them, he just doesn’t measure up.
Who better than Elmo and his Sesame Street friends to teach us that though we may all look different on the outside—deep down, we are all very much alike?
Introducing the third title in Terra Babies at Home, a board book series that presents plants, animals, and the environment to early readers from the intimacy of their home and helps them connect to the natural world.
All Season’s Greetings and Happy ALL-idays!
Count to twelve with the zodiac animals as they get ready to celebrate Chinese New Year! Sweet, colorful illustrations introduce each of the zodiac animals as they bring special items to the celebration.
Xīn Nián Kuài Lè! Happy Chinese New Year!
Named one of the Top 10 Native American Books for Elementary Schools by American Indians in Children's Literature
Little Zoo Sap and his family are moving from their summer home on the coast to their winter home in the deep woods. Unnoticed, the youngster tumbles off the end of the sled.
A playful, informative introduction to dinosaurs for the youngest readers, by the team behind the bestselling Book of Bones
Set up as a guessing game with visual and narrative clues, Who's That Dinosaur? invites readers to examine seven skeletons and guess to whom they belong.
Within the pages of this beautiful board book, illustrated by Caldecott-winning artist Chris Raschka, learn and celebrate terms of endearment in fourteen different languages.
Eisner Award Winner for Best Publication for Early Readers
STARRED REVIEW *“Visually brilliant. . . . Convey[s] the power of thrift, collective action, and community-building.” —Publishers Weekly
Tie on your apron! Roll up your sleeves! Pans are out, oven is hot, the kitchen’s all ready!
This joyous board book celebrates the different ways we can say thank you to those around us—from hugging a friend to thanking a teacher, to showing gratitude in even bigger ways!
Thanking is easy.