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Wake up, Bunny, move those legs, You've not much time to hide those eggs! By dawn the kids will want to search. Please, please don't leave them in the lurch. The adorable kids from the New York Times bestseller 10 Trick-or-Treaters are back and they're counting their way to Easter! Can you help them find all of the eggs the Easter Bunny has hidden in time for the Easter Parade?
10 trick-or-treaterson a dark and spooky nightout to get some candyor give someone a fright.Little do these ten trick-or-treaters know that they are the ones who will be frightened on Halloween night when a toad hops near, a skeleton tries to join their dance party, and a monster asks to share their candy.This not-too-scary Halloween counting book features the bright, bold artwork of Linda Davick and the comforting, lively rhythms of Janet Schulman's story, making it the perfect gift for young trick-or-treaters everywhere!From the Hardcover edition.
It's Valentine's Day and the 10 little neighbors in this book are busy making Valentines for their closest friends.A dinosaur card, thinks little Pete,My pal Max would find really neat.Will everyone get a Valentine at the big Valentine's Day party? You can count on it!With its fun counting element, bouncy text, and adorable illustrations, this book is the perfect gift for young lovebugs.From the Hardcover edition.
A collection of picture-book stories by such authors as Ludwig Bemelmans, Ezra Jack Keats, and Maurice Sendak.
One summer day a bunny hops out of the woods and into a garden. "What a wonderful garden someone has made just for me," she thinks. All summer she feasts there. In the fall, she hides from the mean old cat behind big orange pumpkins. Then, just before the snows of winter, another bunny hops into her garden. Now during the cold winter, she has a friend. And when the first flowers of spring pop up in the garden, the two bunnies are there-and so are their three little baby bunnies! This gentle story with vibrant watercolor paintings captures the essence of the four seasons.
Jack the bum decides to settle down and takes up residence in a haunted house which he finds isn't haunted by ghosts. Other books by this author are available in this library.
THERE IS NO better way to introduce children to classical music than with Prokofiev's musical fairy tale of the little boy (played by all the strings of the orchestra) who, with the help of a bird (played by the flute), outsmarted the big, bad wolf (played by the French horns). And now with this book and CD package, children can look and listen all at the same time. A new retelling by Janet Schulman follows the basic story, but with a kinder ending for both the big bad wolf and the argumentative duck. Peter Malone's paintings have the luminous quality of old Russian masters. The CD, with music performed by the Cincinnati Pops and word-for-word narration by Peter A. Thomas, was made exclusively for this book and CD package.From the Hardcover edition.