Little Choo wants to be just like his father Papa Pufferbelly, but pulling a line of freight cars up a steep mountain might be a little too much for the small engine.
New Kids' Picture Books
Rhyming text celebrates the everyday things that make people happy, from gingersnaps and big-kid bikes to mud puddles and peek-a-boo.
A twist on the classic tale of "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly" takes the story even further as the lady goes about swallowing up a variety of items related to Easter, including an egg, a basket, and jellybeans.
Amos McGee, a friendly zoo keeper, always makes time to visit his animal friends, but when he becomes sick and cannot come in to work, the animals pay him a visit instead.
Rhyming text and illustrations invite young readers to join a group of friends for a fun-filled day of play, including riding bicycles, running a race, and playing hide-and-seek.
Batman is reliable, always working to protect Gotham City. He is loyal to his friends like Robin, always watching his back. He is courageous when he fights against villains like the Joker. Batman is trustworthy! Using terms and ideas from the Six Pillars of Character framework, this book on trustworthiness supports school character education programs, while exciting readers with vivid illustrations of one of their favorite super heroes.
Little Pezzettino is so small he is convinced he must be a piece of somebody else. A wise man helps him discover the truth.
Caillou at the sugar shack / adaptation from the animated series: Carine Laforest ; illustrations taken from the animated series and adapted by Mario Allard.
Caillou and his family visit a sugar shack, where they learn how to make maple syrup and discover the many wonderful ways to enjoy it.
Little Truck goes on big adventure.
From "Peter Pan" to "The Wind in the Willows," a chimpanzee finds himself inside a different classic tale each time he visits the library.
Jerome by heart / words by Thomas Scotto ; illustrations by Olivier Tallec ; translated from the French by Claudia Zoe Bedrick & Karin Snelson.
"A young boy expresses his love for his friend Jerome"-- Provided by publisher.
From the moment Donovan wakes in the morning, he painstakingly prepares for his special role in the wedding ceremony of his two mothers.
When one of the ducks eats the directions, Bernie has to figure out who ordered the truck full of ducks and where to deliver them.
"When The Flash and Superman decide to race each other around the world, they don't let the super-villains creating mayhem along the way slow them down. Because the rest of the Justice League is there to help! From Metropolis to China and everywhere in between, this Super Hero team is always quick to come to the rescue""--Page  of cover.
Little Bunny is going on a trip. Follow along as he imagines all of the ways they might travel.
Introduces the vocabulary words for certain foods accompanied by illustrations of each food.
Each truck and big machine in these enticing rhyming poems is different and little readers are invited to find a vehicle that s like them.
My bedtime / Learn First Words With Super-shiny Pictures illustrated by Maxine Davenport and Cindy Roberts.
Introduces the vocabulary words for objects associated with bedtime, including pajamas, pillows, teddy bears, and the moon.
Introduces different animals using characters from Rudyard Kipling's "The jungle book."
Introduces the vocabulary words for certain toys accompanied by illustrations of each toy.
Little Master Carroll : Alice in Wonderland : a colors primer / by Jennifer Adams ; art by Alison Oliver.
Introduces colors using characters, places, and events from Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." On board pages.
"A little boy builds a ship to honor his late grandfather and sets sail for the magical place where ocean meets sky from his grandfather's stories"-- Provided by publisher.
Jacob, who likes to wear dresses at home, convinces his parents to let him wear a dress to school, too.
After a day at the park, Sofia discovers that her best friend Maddi has no food in her refrigerator and decides to try to help, eventually enlisting her mother.
Rhyming text invites readers to guess what breed of cat is in the close-up picture.