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My Mother is the Most Beautiful Woman in the World,by Reyher, Becky
You Can Write Chineseby Wiese, Kurt
A prayer full of the intimate gentleness for familiar things, the love of friends and family, and the kindly protection of God.
In the Forestby Ets, Marie Hall
Yonie Wondernoseby Angeli, Marguerite De
The Christmas Anna Angel,by Sawyer, Ruth
This Caldecott award winner includes seventy-six traditional nursery rhymes.
Though many try, only the court jester is able to fulfill Princess Lenore's wish for the moon.
Small Rain: Verses From The Bible,by Jones, Jessie Orton
Pierre Pidgeon,by Kingman, Lee
Good-Luck Horse,by Chan, Chih-Yi
Sleepy bunnies, sleepy kangaroos, and sleepy children snuggle down as night approaches. Originally published in 1943, this cozy story is a welcome addition to the classic board book line.
Virginia Lee Burton won the Caldecott Medal in 1943 for her memorable picture book The Little House, a poignant story of a cute country cottage that becomes engulfed by the city that grows up around it.
A Caldecott Honor Book. Oliver is a tabby cat and Marshmallow is a baby rabbit who moves into Oliver's home. At first Oliver does not welcome Marshmallow, but the little bunny's charms are impossible to resist.
This classic tale of the famous Mallard ducks of Boston was awarded the Caldecott Medal in 1941. Make Way for Ducklings has been described as 'one of the merriest picture books ever' (The New York Times). Images and image descriptions available.
In My Mother's House, illustratingby Clark, Ann Nolan
"Nothing at All" is the name of an orphaned puppy living with his two brothers until two children come to adopt them. Unfortunately, Noting at All is left behind--not out of cruelty, but because he is invisible! A Caldecott Honor book.
A young Indian boy carves a little canoe with a figure inside and names him Paddle-to-the-Sea.