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A humorous story of a stubborn little girl, a patient older brother, and the magical workings of the local library. Beatrice doesn't like books or reading--and she especially doesn't like accompanying big brother Henry to the library three days in a row. But that's where he has to take her while he works on his dinosaur report. Naturally, Beatrice doesn't want to get books from the shelf. Beatrice doesn't want to let Henry work. And Beatrice certainly doesn't want to sit in a room full of boys and girls during story hour. Is there anything that could possibly change her mind? Meet Beatrice, a little girl who knows exactly what she doesn't want. Or does she?
That lovable mouse from the book "If You Give A Mouse A Cookie" is back and he is baking yummy treats for himself. Will he share his treats or eat them all himself?
The team that created the daffy "Dogs Don't Wear Sneakers" returns with another silly selection of preposterous predicaments for animals. Camels don't sing and pandas don't pole vault--unless, of course, you close your eyes and draw with your mind. Picture descriptions on picture only pages.
This is a poetry book that explains what would happen if different animals learned how to play sports, teach school and shaved like people do.
Join Mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie as he celebrates Valentine's Day with all the friends he loves. Picture descriptions added.
The lovable cat who first appeared in "If You Give a Pig a Party" now stars in his very own book--the newest story in the "New York Times"-bestselling series.
If you give a moose a muffin, chances are he'll want some jam ... and another muffin ... and another ... Will it ever end?
If a hungry traveler shows up at your house, you might want to give him a cookie. If you give him a cookie, he's going to ask for a glass of milk. And there, the story begins. There are many, funny consequences of giving this mouse a cookie; read and play along!
If you give a pig a pancake, she'll want some syrup to go with it. You'll give her some of your favourite maple syrup, and she'll probably get all sticky, so she'll want to take a bath. She'll ask you for some bubbles. When you give her the bubbles... Ages 0-5. Picture descriptions present.
If you take a mouse to school, he'll ask you for your lunch box. When you give him your lunch box, he'll want a sandwich to go in it. Then he'll need a notebook and some pencils. He'll probably want to share your backpack, too ... The famous mouse from the New York Times #1 best-seller If You Take a Mouse to the Movies and If You give a Mouse a Cookie is back for his first day of school. Only Laura Numeroff and Felicia Bond could make school this much fun! Picture descriptions present.
If you take a mouse to the movies, he'll ask you for some popcorn. When you give him the popcorn, he'll want to string it all together. Then he'll want to hang it on a Christmas tree. You'll have to buy him one. . . . The energetic little mouse from If You Give A Mouse A Cookie is back again, this time with a host of holiday antics. Laura Numeroff and Felicia Bond have created yet another irresistible tale in the tradition of the best-selling If You Give A Mouse A Cookie, If You Give A Moose A Muffin, and If You Give A Pig A Pancake.
The Jellybeans are back, this time in the library stacks to discover the varied and wonderful world of reading. When the Jellybeans go to the library to do research for book reports on the things they enjoy, Bitsy, who loves books more than anyone, is excited to bring her friends to her favorite place. Emily, who loves to dance, finds a book on ballet, Nicole, who loves sports, finds a book on soccer, and Bitsy, who loves art, finds a book on famous painters. But what about Anna? Can she find the perfect book too? This engaging book promotes a love of reading by proving that there is the perfect book for everyone. Just as jellybeans are all different flavors but go great together, the girls again use their different strengths and talents to work as a team and make their school Book Bonanza a success. PICTURE DESCRIPTIONS INCLUDED.
The Jellybeans are off to summer camp to enjoy ghost stories around the campfire, roasting marshmallows, and swimming in the lake. Each girl finds her own favorite activity: Emily goes to the dance studio, Bitsy does arts and crafts, and Anna reads about nature. But Nicole can't find anything that's just right for her. So she decides to start a soccer team and teach her friends her favorite game. Will the Jellybeans be able to win the big match against a neighboring camp? Once again, the girls use their different strengths and talents to work together and have the best summer ever. This third book in the successfulNew York Timesbestselling series shows that, whether readers are girly girls, bookworms, artists, or tomboys, there is a Jellybean for everyone.
"Stew for two" seems like such a simple request, but in this wacky restaurant romp, that order is anything but simple. A busload of tourists from Spain ate up every drop; and so a woman, her poodle, and the waiter set out on a quest for that chunky yet creamy, ever so dreamy, world-famous stew. There's nothing these two hungry customers like better -- except perhaps just one thing. . . . Along the way to becoming a bestselling children's book writer and illustrator, Laura Numroff walked dogs, worked at a jazz radio station, and ran a carousel. She is best known for her popular books "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" and "If You Give a Moose a Muffin. " Ms. Numeroff lives in Los Angeles. A writer and illustrator with more than a dozen children's books to his credit, Barney Saltzberg is also a composer of music for children. His original songs, such as "Where, Oh, Where's My Underwear?," show the same delightful humor that inspires "Two for Stew. " A native Californian, Mr. Saltzberg was born and raised in Los Angeles, where he lives with his wife and two children.
Uncles can do lots of things, like win prizes for you at the amusement park, play the piano with you, and help you draw. There are so many things that uncles can do, but what do they do best? You'll find out in this delightful celebration of the everyday things that uncles do best. Aunts can do lots of things, like take you on rides at the amusement park, tell silly jokes, and help you pick out new shoes at the mall. There are so many things that aunts do, but what do they do best? You'll find out in this delightful celebration of the everyday things that aunts do best.
The bestselling author of "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" shows the many ways there are to enjoy being someone different, and reminds us that it's nice to know we're still ourselves at the end of the day. Picture descriptions present.
Full of fun, whimsical details and a relatable cast of characters, "Would I Trade My Parents?" is sure to resonate with parents and kids alike, as readers remember why they would never trade their parents for the world.