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There's a Bear on My Chair

by Ross Collins

Poor Mouse! A bear has settled in his favorite chair, and that chair just isn’t big enough for two. Mouse tries all kinds of tactics to move pesky Bear, but nothing works. Once Mouse has gone, Bear gets up and walks home. But what’s that? Is that a mouse in Bear’s house?

Tibi dice una mentira (Edificando el reino de Dios)

by Andy Holmes

Edificando el reino de Dios. Tibi dice una mentira¡Es tiempo de ponerse a trabajar! ¡Los camiones tienen su tarea y están listos para construir! Pero cuando se preparan para dirigirse al lugar de construcción, Tibi dice una mentira. Y la mentira de Tibi le alcanza... ¿Cómo harán sus trabajos y aprenderán sobre por qué Dios dice que es tan importante ser sinceros? Dozer, Diggit, Stretch y Tibi deben usar sus características especiales y trabajar juntos para hacer su trabajo y dar gloria a Dios.A los padres y madres les encantará esta divertida historia que ayuda a los niños a aprender sobre la sinceridad y decir la verdad.Hay pocos libros animados y basados en la fe para varones. Esta nueva marca inspiracional para niños se hace eco de la fuerte tendencia a la construcción, como Where Do Diggers Sleep At Night? y Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site. La construcción y los camiones son siempre temas interesantes para los niños, haciendo de estos libros destacados títulos por sí solos.Andy Holmes es un autor de best sellers infantiles, con más de 500.000 libros vendidos.

To the Sea: An eBook with Audio

by Cale Atkinson

Sometimes Tim feels invisible at school-until one day, when Tim meets Sam. But Sam isn't just any new friend: he's a blue whale, and he can't find his way home! Returning Sam to the sea is hard work, but Tim is determined to help. After all, it's not every day you meet a new friend! This picture book about the power of friendship by new talent Cale Atkinson is brought to life by charming, dynamic illustrations.

A Tower of Giraffes: Animal Bunches

by Anna Wright

A drove of pigs, a romp of otters, an ostentation of peacocks, and a tower of giraffes. . . . This clever book introduces young readers to some of the words we use to refer to animals in a group. The ink, watercolor, and fabric collage art is brightly colored and uniquely sets this fun book apart from the crowd. Each page presents information about an animal and its group behavior, such as how geese fly in a V-shape and honk to encourage the leaders, and that sometimes tens of thousand of flamingos meet up in one location. <P><P>Lexile Measure: AD940L

Tucky Jo and Little Heart

by Patricia Polacco

Friendship, loyalty, and kindness stand the test of time in this heartwarming World War II–era picture book based on a true story from the beloved author-illustrator of Pink and Say and The Keeping Quilt. <P><P>Tucky Jo was known as the “kid from Kentucky” when he enlisted in the army at age fifteen. Being the youngest recruit in the Pacific during World War II was tough. But he finds a friend in a little girl who helps him soothe his bug bites, and he gets to know her family and gives them some of his rations. Although the little girl doesn’t speak English, Tucky Jo and Little Heart share the language of kindness. Many years later, Tucky Jo and Little Heart meet again, and an act of kindness is returned when it’s needed the most in this touching picture book based on a true story. <P><P>Lexile Measure: AD670L

Two White Rabbits

by Jairo Buitrago Rafael Yockteng

<p>In this moving and timely story, a young child describes what it is like to be a migrant as she and her father travel north toward the U.S. border. <p>They travel mostly on the roof of a train known as The Beast, but the little girl doesn’t know where they are going. She counts the animals by the road, the clouds in the sky, the stars. Sometimes she sees soldiers. She sleeps, dreaming that she is always on the move, although sometimes they are forced to stop and her father has to earn more money before they can continue their journey. <p>As many thousands of people, especially children, in Mexico and Central America continue to make the arduous journey to the U.S. border in search of a better life, this is an important book that shows a young migrant’s perspective.</p>

We Forgot Brock!

by Carter Goodrich

The importance of imaginary friends is very real in this picture book adventure from the author of Say Hello to Zorro! and lead character designer for Despicable Me, Finding Nemo, and Monsters, Inc. Phillip and Brock are best friends. Everyone can see Phillip, but only Phillip can see Brock. A night at the Big Fair is all fun and games until Phillip gets sleepy, heads home, and forgets Brock! Brock misses Phillip. And Phillip misses Brock. Will they reunite? With the help of another pair of pals, they just might. Because even imaginary friends get lost sometimes. Finding them is part of the adventure.

What Pet Should I Get?

by Dr Seuss

This never-ever-before-seen picture book by Dr. Seuss about making up one's mind is the literary equivalent of buried treasure! What happens when a brother and sister visit a pet store to pick a pet? Naturally, they can't choose just one! <P><P> The tale captures a classic childhood moment--choosing a pet--and uses it to illuminate a life lesson: that it is hard to make up your mind, but sometimes you just have to do it! <P> Told in Dr. Seuss's signature rhyming style, this is a must-have for Seuss fans and book collectors, and a perfect choice for the holidays, birthdays, and happy occasions of all kinds. <P> An Editor's Note at the end discusses Dr. Seuss's pets, his creative process, and the discovery of the manuscript and illustrations for What Pet Should I Get?

101 Things for Kids to do Outside

by Dawn Isaac

Packed with games, projects, crafts, experiments and gardening inspiration, 101 Things for Kids to do Outside will have your children racing out to try something new. The huge selection of ideas covers all four seasons and ranges from quick 10-minute activities to a full day of fun. From party games and treasure hunts to simple gardening projects, each idea is simple to follow and illustrated with colour photography, so you can't go wrong! Activities include building a human sundial, creating an outdoor collage, setting up a wormery, planting a potato tower, making natural inks, flying a homemade kite and playing torch tag. This hands-on guide will help children get the most from being outdoors, and you don't need a big garden - a local park or small area will suffice. 101 Things for Kids to do Outside is sure to get your kids away from the computer and provide hours of entertainment for the entire family.

Beach Baby

by Laurie Elmquist

A gentle, poetic lullaby for baby, filled with memories from a perfect day playing on the beach. Castles, sand dollars, seals peering out of the waves and the beat of the ocean become sweet reminders of all the magical things that await baby tomorrow. A lyrical celebration of natural beauty and a soft, reassuring reminder for little ones being tucked into bed that fun and adventure will return with a new day. Elly MacKay’s paper-theater worlds are a delight to behold and infuse the story with a sense of magic and wonder. Beautiful verse from Laurie Elmquist sets a calm and serene tone. A breathtaking board book that will be treasured and make a wonderful gift.

The Berenstain Bears and the Little Lost Cub: Level 1 (I Can Read! #Level 1)

by Jan Berenstain

Helping a lost cub find his mother is a perfect good deed for the Scouts. After all, if they are living by God’s example, they cannot let even the smallest go astray! Will they find the cub’s mother and bring them back together?

Buddy And Earl And The Great Big Baby

by Maureen Fergus Carey Sookocheff

Mom's friend Mrs. Cunningham is coming for a visit, and she's bringing her baby! While Buddy tries to explain the ins and outs of babydom to Earl, neither of them is prepared for the chaos the small and adorable creature brings with it.

Explorers of the Wild: An eBook with Audio

by Cale Atkinson

Boy and Bear both love to explore the outdoors. There are so many neat things to see, and so many strange things to find. These explorers are prepared for anything . . . except each other! When Bear and Boy meet in the woods, they're scared at first. Really scared. But soon these kings of the wild realize that no mountain is too big to conquer if you have a friend to climb it by your side. Praise for Explorers of the Wild "[An] exquisite book . . . [with] ravishing art." -USA Today Praise for To the Sea"A whale's tale that dives deep and surfaces with useful lessons about making, keeping, and helping friends." -Kirkus Reviews "An unusual and appealing story about friendship." -School Library Journal

Good Night Owl: 2 Funny Tales! (World Of Reading Level 1 Ser.)

by Greg Pizzoli

Owl is ready for bed. But as soon as he settles in, he hears a strange noise. He'll never get to sleep unless he can figure out what's going on! He looks everywhere-in his cupboard, underneath the floorboards-even in his walls. But while he's busy tearing his house apart, he doesn't notice one tiny, squeaky, mouse-shaped detail. . . . Will Owl ever get a good night's sleep? Praise for Templeton Gets His Wish"Cheerful entertainment, with just a touch of snark." -Publishers Weekly "Templeton...conveys intense emotion with a few simple lines and very bright colors, as his tale reflects the endearing aspects of a small child's struggles to behave." -Booklist "Templeton is a celebration of independence, and of our complex feelings about those we love." -Horn Book Praise for Number One Sam "Pizzoli's zingy ice-pop colors and dramatically varied page compositions take home the blue ribbon." -New York Times * "[A] class act." -Kirkus Reviews, starred review * "[A]nother winner from Pizzoli." -Publishers Weekly, starred review * "'[A] popular choice at storytimes." -School Library Journal "Pizzoli's talent with color, easy-to-read words, and humor is something to behold . . . This one does it all." -Horn Book "[T]his will zoom off shelves." -Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books Praise for The Watermelon Seed Winner of the 2014 Theodor Seuss Geisel Award "Pizzoli legitimizes childish anxieties but also slyly exaggerates each worry to highlight the humor." -New York Times* "It's an expert debut..." -Publishers Weekly, starred review * "Children will love this hilarious book...The story has broad appeal, making it a great first purchase." -School Library Journal, starred review"The illustrations, done in a graphic, flat-color style with simple linework, recall the cheerful stylings of Ed Emberley and Roger Hargreaves. While Pizzoli uses the computer to arrange his compositions, he takes extra care to hand print the pieces. Done in a three-color printing, the silk screen offers a toothiness to the page, giving fruit, animal and emotions more substance." -Kirkus Reviews"With a sharp graphic sensibility, vibrant design, and adept characterization, Pizzoli spins the simple premise into a sweet confection, ripe with broad humor."-Booklist Online

Good Night Owl: An eBook with Audio (World Of Reading Level 1 Ser.)

by Greg Pizzoli

Owl is ready for bed. But as soon as he settles in, he hears a strange noise. He'll never get to sleep unless he can figure out what's going on! He looks everywhere-in his cupboard, underneath the floorboards-even in his walls. But while he's busy tearing his house apart, he doesn't notice one tiny, squeaky, mouse-shaped detail. . . . Will Owl ever get a good night's sleep? Praise for Templeton Gets His Wish"Cheerful entertainment, with just a touch of snark." -Publishers Weekly "Templeton...conveys intense emotion with a few simple lines and very bright colors, as his tale reflects the endearing aspects of a small child's struggles to behave." -Booklist "Templeton is a celebration of independence, and of our complex feelings about those we love." -Horn Book Praise for Number One Sam "Pizzoli's zingy ice-pop colors and dramatically varied page compositions take home the blue ribbon." -New York Times * "[A] class act." -Kirkus Reviews, starred review * "[A]nother winner from Pizzoli." -Publishers Weekly, starred review * "'[A] popular choice at storytimes." -School Library Journal "Pizzoli's talent with color, easy-to-read words, and humor is something to behold . . . This one does it all." -Horn Book "[T]his will zoom off shelves." -Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books Praise for The Watermelon Seed Winner of the 2014 Theodor Seuss Geisel Award "Pizzoli legitimizes childish anxieties but also slyly exaggerates each worry to highlight the humor." -New York Times* "It's an expert debut..." -Publishers Weekly, starred review * "Children will love this hilarious book...The story has broad appeal, making it a great first purchase." -School Library Journal, starred review"The illustrations, done in a graphic, flat-color style with simple linework, recall the cheerful stylings of Ed Emberley and Roger Hargreaves. While Pizzoli uses the computer to arrange his compositions, he takes extra care to hand print the pieces. Done in a three-color printing, the silk screen offers a toothiness to the page, giving fruit, animal and emotions more substance." -Kirkus Reviews"With a sharp graphic sensibility, vibrant design, and adept characterization, Pizzoli spins the simple premise into a sweet confection, ripe with broad humor."-Booklist Online

Leaps and Bounce

by Susan Hood

Change comes to all who grow. Even tiny tadpoles. Follow them as they start out as small, rounded eggs, and then sprout wiggly tails, before leaping their way into the big wide world!

"Oh, No," Said Elephant

by A. H. Benjamin

All the animals want to play hide-and-seek, but– “oh, no!” –Elephant isn't very good at that. He's too easy to find. What about leap-frog? He's not good at that, either. What about hopscotch, or skipping, or tag? No, no and no. Poor Elephant isn't very good at many games, and the animals are starting to get frustrated with him. Luckily there is one game Elephant loves to play, and the animals oblige him, though they may have to say "oh, no!" themselves when he wants to play it again. This rollicking, silly, repetitive text will have young readers laughing out loud and asking to read it again.

Once I Was Very Very Scared

by Jr Chandra Ghosh Ippen Erich Ippen

“Once I was very very scared”, declared squirrel. The other animals chime in to share that they were also once scared. Through the story we learn what scared the little animals, ways they each respond when scared, and things that help them feel safe and calm. This book was designed to help young children who have experienced stressful or traumatic events.

Part-time Mermaid

by Deborah Underwood

Girl by day. Mermaid by night.This part-time mermaid is ready for adventure! Jump into the sea to play hide-and-seek in coral caves, explore sunken pirate ships, and meet new underwater friends. At the sea palace, it's almost time for the Midsummer Sea Festival! But . . . where is the merboy and his turtle? Can the Part-time Mermaid find him in time?

Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes (Pete The Cat)

by Kimberly Dean James Dean

Pete the Cat and his friends are baking cupcakes for a cupcake party. Some of the cupcakes have gone missing! Who could have taken them? Help Pete and the gang solve the mystery of the missing cupcakes and learn that it's cool to be kind.

The Princess Twins and the Puppy: Level 1 (I Can Read! #Level 1)

by Mona Hodgson

In this level-one story, Princess Abby shoos away their Puppy at tea time, but when she tries to find the pup at play time, the pup is gone. Princess Emma helps her search, but Abby is on her own when she has to go into the dark cellar to rescue the stuck puppy. Abby prays for Jesus to be with her as she bravely steps down the dark steps. This level-one story teaches girls what it means to be a princess for the true King. A lesson in trusting in Jesus when you are afraid.

The Princess Twins and the Tea Party (I Can Read! #Level 1)

by Mona Hodgson

In this level-one story, Princess Emma runs around the castle making sure everything is perfect for the Spring Tea. She tries to tell the baker how to make the cake. She refolds the napkins. And she shoos Kitty out of the way. When her friends arrive, she learns that only God is perfect, and the point of the day is to enjoy her friends. This level-one story teaches girls what it means to be a princess for the true King. A lesson in humility.

The Princess Twins Play in the Garden (I Can Read! #Level 1)

by Mona Hodgson

On a lovely day, two princess twins play with their friends in the castle garden. Princess Emma is concerned about looking pretty and stays out of the fun. When her concern about her looks hurts a friend, Emma must decide what is more important, looking good on the outside or having a kind heart. This level-one story teaches girls what it means to be a princess for the true King. A lesson in the importance of inner beauty.

Splat the Cat and the Quick Chicks (I Can Read #Level 1)

by Rob Scotton

Splat's class project is taking care of chicken eggs in this I Can Read book from New York Times bestselling author-artist Rob Scotton. When Splat takes the chicks home overnight, they hatch and run loose around his house! They pop up in the bathroom, hide inside his socks, and fall asleep in the paint box! Will Splat be able to round them all up?

The Summer Nick Taught His Cats to Read

by Curtis Manley

<p>It’s not easy to teach a cat to read, but one boy tries to anyway in this sweet and silly picture book debut that captures the challenges and rewards of learning to read. <p>Nick loves to read books—and he loves to play with his cats, Verne and Stevenson. So naturally Nick decides it’s a great idea to teach his cats to read. But Verne and Stevenson don’t appreciate when Nick wakes them up with a flashcard that says NAP. Nick finally piques Verne’s interest with words like MOUSE and FISH. But not Stevenson’s. While Nick and Verne go to the library, Stevenson hides under the porch. Will Nick ever find a way to share his love of reading with his feline friends?</p>

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