The Curious Garden by Peter Brown Ages 3—6 While exploring his city neighborhood, Liam notices some flowering plants by an old railway track.
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He teaches himself to care for the plants, and the energetic plants respond by spreading though the formerly bleak neighborhood. My Teacher Is a Monster! Kirby, is a monster. She shouts, gnashes her teeth, stomps, and roars. On weekends Bobby relaxes by playing in his favorite spot in the park by the pond. One day he is horrified to find that Ms. Kirby is there. A wind carries off Ms. As she thanks him, Ms. Tiger lives in a polite and well-behaved world where animals wear proper outfits and stand upright.
One day Mr. He drops to all fours, sheds his clothing, and goes wild! Soar, Elinor! Details of Elinor studying each bridge and plotting her route builds the suspense in this exciting story of determination and daring. Me and You by Anthony Browne Ages 4—8 Two parallel storylines tell the story of a lost little girl and a contented bear family. While the little blond girl becomes separated from her mother on a busy city street, the small bear and his parents visit a neighborhood park while waiting for their porridge to cool.
The lost girl enters their cozy house, but flees when the bears return. Luckily her mother is right outside, and both families end up safe and sound and together.
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One Gorilla: A Counting Book by Anthony Browne Ages 3—up Beautifully detailed portraits of primates proceed through the counting sequence from one to ten, beginning with the larger rarer animals and moving on to groups of smaller primates. The personality portrayed in each face throughout the book makes this counting book something special, encouraging readers to recognize kinship between the primates.
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The trust between the boy and his mother eventually calms his fears, and it is the mother who has a moment of panic when they finally arrive at the party. Aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, grandkids, and neighbors arrive with treats for a family feast are counted in groups of 1 through The little house is so full that no one can sit down to eat, but luckily one clever grandchild knows exactly how to solve the problem. A Wonderful Year by Nick Bruel Ages 2—6 Four linked stories follow a young girl experiencing each of the four seasons.
In winter, everyone and everything reminds her to dress warmly. In spring the girl and her dog try to involve the cat in a game of make-believe.
In summer the girl literally melts in the heat and her purple hippo reconstructs her in the freezer, and in the fall the girl and a tree consider the ramifications of losing leaves. A nice balance between humor and reflection make this a perfect read-aloud. Bad Kitty is so scared that she cowers beneath the couch with a comforting alphabetical collection of Halloween treats including bubble gum and candy corn before emerging to take on the trick-or-treaters with an alphabetical series of actions including kicking and lambasting.
Beautiful illustrations capture his lonely search and his joy when the two friends are finally reunited. Each puppet is beautifully photographed and accompanied with its name, motto, and poem. Illustrations and memories show a boy finding art materials during the Depression, storing art supplies in his gas mask during WWII, losing an art scholarship because of his race, and an award-winning art career. A book for parents and children to enjoy together, this book will inspire artists of all ages.
After his father died, the family moved frequently, a trial for the shy young boy. To satisfy his need for order, Peter began making lists of words. As he arranged the words into long neat rows, he felt comforted. When he began to organize his ideas into written form, Peter found that his lists helped him find just the right word to express himself. This accessible biography celebrates the man who invented the thesaurus and the joy of learning.
Louis was disheartend to discover that each word in the books for the blind was as big as his hand, and a sentence took up half a page, making each book enormous and very expensive. Louis was determined to come up with a more efficient method, eventually adapting a military coding technique. Jimmy the Greatest! Don Apolinar, the owner of the local boxing gym, gives Jimmy a box of old books and newspaper clippings about Muhammad Ali, and suggests that Jimmy learn to box.
Two White Rabbits by Jairo Buitrago, Rafael Yockteng Ages 4—7 This little girl and her father are refugees from an unnamed country south of the United States, heading north in search of a better life. The girl is curious about where they will end up, but content on the journey with her father and her two white rabbits, amusing herself by counting whatever she sees, chickens on the side of the road, people camped by the train tracks. This engaging book is a great introduction to the topic of immigration. His friends whose names rhyme with socks offer helpful advice about places that also rhyme with socks to look.
Young readers will enjoy the gentle humor and the resolution to the mystery of the misplaced blue socks. This funny read-aloud keeps the object of Mr.
Inspired by the Los Angeles riots, this book delivers a message about racism with a light touch supported by dazzling mixed-media collage illustrations. This stylish board book is the perfect gift for new parents. Cartoon-like pen and ink illustrations and a variety of typefaces add to the exaggerated tall tale style of this delightful book. This stunning picture book biography presents an artist fascinated by light and shadow, a loner whose works reflect his own isolation.
As the seasons change and his mother expands, they wonder together what the baby will do in each new scenario.
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Finally a woman rescues the house by moving it back to the country. The whimsical drawings are delightful. He prefers to dress in tuxedos, unlike his absentminded and slightly messy father. On a visit to the aquarium, Elliot finally discovers the perfect pet—a Magellanic penguin. This clever and silly book has a delightful surprise ending.
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Brave Chicken Little by Robert Byrd Ages 4—up In this version of the classic folktale, Chicken Little is sent of to the market to buy honey, flour, and milk. When an acorn hitting his head convinces him that the sky is falling, he gathers a group of friends included Henny Penny, Roly and Poly Moley, and Froggy Wogg and sets off to warn the king.
Captured by a clever Fox, they are imprisoned but make their escape by throwing apples at the Fox, convincing him that the sky is falling.
go Musk Ox Counts by Erin Cabatingan, Matthew Myers Ages 5—7 Zebra is determined to proceed in an orderly fashion through the counting numbers while the irrepressible Musk Ox wrecks havoc on every page. Visual jokes join the textual ones to create a very funny exploration of counting and addition. Chased by the villages, the fox hides in a greenhouse. A small boy brings the fox a basket of food and and discovers that the fox has just given birth to four tiny kits. So her parents hire Percival J.
Whamsford III, a magical cat, to help her learn to keep her powers under control. Salem and Whammy make a delightful odd couple in this graphic novel series opener. Campbell Ages 5—7 This elegant book simply explains the concepts of fractals with pictures from nature illustrating that every fractal shape has smaller parts that look like the whole shape.
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