Little Sea Otter tries everything to avoid going to sleep, including saying good night to all of the creatures above and below the ocean's surface.
New Kids' Picture Books
"A heartwarming story about embracing who you are. A child's first words of confidence and pride. You are wonderfully made. You are amazing. Your skin is the perfect shade of brown!"--Back cover.
"This book is filled with all the things Little Brown Boys Love"--Back cover.
"Little Blue Truck is spreading cheer by delivering Christmas trees to his animal friends. Can you help count each green tree?"-- Provided by publisher.
A country truck feels out of place in the speedy, noisy city until he comes to the rescue during a giant traffic jam.
Peter disobeys his mother by going into Mr. McGregor's garden and almost gets caught.
Although Mo's parents insist he eat zombie cuisine, Mo craves vegetables and strives to get them to taste recipes made from his hidden garden. Includes recipes.
Photographs depict babies from different families engaged in a variety of activities.
"Sloth wants to nap. Rabbit doesn't. Who will win in the end, and who will nod?"--Back cover.
"Accurate enough to satisfy an expert, yet simple enough for baby, this clever board book explores the science of global warming and shows how we can use green energy to help combat climate change."-- Provided by publisher.
Presents a simple illustrated introduction to astrophysics, describing how different combinations of atoms have created everything in the universe.
Spring arrives and birds everywhere are calling out to each other, but when one young bird forgets which sound to make to find a bird friend, a group of animals come together to help.
While waiting for a red light to change, some extraordinary things appear, including a green lion, a green lightning bolt, and green library books.
"A narrator describes all the ways in which her cat and father are--or are not--alike. They both love milk (we see them with milk mustaches) and sardines (ew!). They both start their mornings with stretches (yoga routine) and their afternoons with naps. What starts out as a humorous series of comparisons and visual gags takes a more meaningful turn when we realize the narrator may not be much like her parents at all. In the end, the narrator proclaims, "My cat is like my dad. But me? I'm like my mom." We see the same blue eyes, the same poofy hair--and then two pairs of dancing feet, but one belongs to a bird! It turns out the narrator is a pet parrot that readers will have glimpsed in the earlier spreads. Family, writes Thao, is what you make it. This is Thao's first picture book with text. Illustrations will still be done in cut-paper collage."-- Provided by publisher.
Henry Bear's unusual parents encourage him to stay up all night, eat chocolate cake at every meal, and get into trouble with his teacher. But what happens when Henry Bear grows tired of indulging in childish things?
Goliath is much bigger than everyone around him and because he does not fit in at home he heads out into the world to find people as large as he is.
Throughout the animal kingdom and within snug houses, fathers express love for their children in their own unique ways. Includes facts about the animals featured.
Summer / written by Cao Wenxuan ; illustrated by Yu Rong ; translation by Yan Ding ; adapted by Erin Stein.
Under a burning sun on the dry grassland, animals ranging from a tiny field mouse to a large elephant fight over bit of shade until they learn a better way.
Presents an adaptation of the "Itsy Bitsy Spider," in which Pete and his friends know just how to help succeed.
Presents the true story of a young short-eared owl who became lost in the North Sea and landed on an oil rig, where it was cared for by the riggers and handed over to the Scottish SPCA, who later returned it to the wild.
"When Daisy Ramona zooms around her neighborhood with her papi on his motorcycle, she sees the people and places she's always known. She also sees a community that is rapidly changing around her"-- Provided by publisher.
Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text follow a construction worker and her crew through a day of drilling, digging, crawling, and clanging.
A group of children demonstrate all the silly, imaginative, and interesting things that readers can do with this book.
Rhyming text and colorful illustrations combine animals and colors to form unique creatures.