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Don't Move!

By Anne-Sophie Tilly
Illustrated by Julien Chung
Categories: Children's Fiction

A colorful introduction to animal names—in three languages!

Introduce young children to the names of animals with these bright and lively trilingual—English, French, Spanish—board books. Don’t ...

Angela's Airplane

By Robert Munsch
Illustrated by Michael Martchenko
Categories: Children's Fiction

When Angela goes to the airport with her father, he gets Òlost.Ó As she wanders around looking for him, she sees an empty airplane. Once inside, she presses one button, then another, until the plane ...

Animachines

By Deborah Pearson
Illustrated by Nora Hilb
Categories: Children's Nonfiction

Stretch! Fly! Dive!

What are two things that small children love? Animals and big machines, of course. In this energetic board book, the two are combined to show how the actions of seven animals mirror ...

Murmel, Murmel, Murmel

What in the world is Robin going to do with the baby she finds in her sandbox?

“Murmel, murmel, murmel,” is all Robin hears coming from a hole in her sandbox. When she reaches down and out pops a baby, ...

Big or Little?

By Kathy Stinson
Illustrated by Jennifer A. Bell
Categories: Children's Fiction

A big favorite about being little, now available as a board book.

It can be tough sometimes, trying to figure out if you’re a little kid or a big one. Putting your shoes on all by yourself means you’re ...

Pigs

Pigs are smarter than you think!

When Megan’s dad tells her not to let the pigs out of their pen, curiosity gets the better of her. Why not? Pigs are too dumb to do anything anyway … or are they? Before ...

50 Below Zero

Jason’s dad falls asleep everywhere … except in his own bed.

All night long, Jason gets woken up by strange noises that lead him to find his dad in the most unexpected places—from on top of the ...

Cat Comes Too

By Hazel Hutchins
Illustrated by Gosia Mosz
Categories: Children's Fiction

Antics in the attic with little cat.

When its owner goes up to the attic, this curious little cat follows right behind. There, it has to maneuver itself in, up, and around the jumble of stored items. Too ...