New Kids' Picture Books
Be a good sport, Charlie Brown! / by Charles M. Schulz ; adapted by Jason Cooper ; illustrated by Vicki Scott.
It's the beginning of the baseball season, and Charlie Brown's team is losing 63-0. Good grief! Linus reminds Charlie Brown that he can't always win, but that doesn't make Charlie Brown feel any better. Is there really something better in baseball than winning?
Children's tales based on incidents in life of goddess Kali.
"The WellieWishers have just one coin to toss into a wishing well. What should they wish for? Wings? Roller skates? A pony? The friends can't decide! Emerson tries to be patient, but she wants that pony more than anything! She tosses the coin in when the others aren't looking--and then her wish actually comes true! How will Emerson explain this pony surprise to her friends?--Page  of cover.
Pete the Cat and his groovy band tour the world and try to get the best of what the planet has to offer, from sipping mango lassis in India to taking a dip in Iceland's blue lagoon.
Nancy is using her grandmother's special teapot for her party when a charm from her bracelet falls into it, and when she reaches for it, her hand gets stuck inside--and she does not want her mother to find out.
Mr. Fish and his friends have a St. Patrick's Day adventure searching for his missing golden treasure.
Mr. Fish and his friends go on an Easter egg hunt, and the pout-pout fish hopes this will be the year he comes home with an egg of his own.
Pete the Cat takes a visit to the library, where he checks out all the fun books, reads a few stories, and goes on groovy adventures.
An adaptation of the classic ryhme introduces young readers to the numbers one to ten.
Illustrations introduce young readers to the letters of the alphabet by pairing each letter with something that begins with it, from A for apple to Z for zebra.
Simple text and illustrations introduce young readers to the Easter holiday.
Simple text and illustrations introduce what children do at a birthday party.
The construction crew is counting on Excavator, as he and Dump Truck count off the ten tasks they need to do on their construction site.
In rhyming text, Bulldozer and Crane work at the construction site circling around the dirt, clearing away triangles of rocks until the perfect building spot has been squared off.
Invites young readers to dance along with animals doing the "animal pokey."
A Valentine for Linus! / by Charles M. Schulz ; adapted by Jason Cooper ; illustrated by Scott Jeralds.
Linus likes his classmate Lydia, but does not know if he should make her a Valentine or not.
Track that monkey! / adapted by Casey Neumann ; based on the teleplay "Pups save Big Hairy" by James Backshall and Jeff Sweeney ; illustrated by MJ Illustrations.
The pups of PAW Patrol must stop a runaway monkey named Big Hairy from causing trouble in the city.
"It's a sleepover party! Peg and Cat and four Pirates (plus the parrot) are happily drawing, playing games, and watching a video. But when the Pirates start feeling sad and homesick, it's a really big problem. Four sleeping bags (plus a sleeping sock), four pillows (plus a beanbag), and four blankets (plus a hankie) help them all feel cozy enough to go to sleep. But when the parrot's "AWK!" wakes them up again, what can they count on to return to dreamland?"--Publisher.