"Everywhere Bailey goes, Blanket goes too. They love to adventure together. Until an uninvited guest joins the family picnic, and . . . disaster strikes. What will life be like without Blanket? Determined to keep the duo on their path of adventure, Dad crafts a plan."--
"After a day of roly-poly fun and shenanigans, it's bedtime for maziks, the Yiddish word for pranksters or little mischief-makers, a name Jewish parents may lovingly call their rambunctious little ones"--
Presents a series of rules the reader must follow to avoid being eaten by Dennis the monster, including sitting on the floor crisscross-applesauce, making a fish face, and preparing to listen mindfully.
Adopting a large egg when her busy family does not have time to listen to all she has to say, a chatty baby Chick misses the egg's good listening qualities before discovering that it has hatched into a brand-new friend.
In this hilarious sequel to Frog on a Log?, frog decides that he does not want to sit on a log, and he definitely does not want a dog to sit on a frog! So he changes the rules. Now, dogs sit on logs, and cats sit on gnats! But what will frog decide to sit on now?
A modern retelling of Little Red Riding Hood in which Federico rides his bicycle to the market for Abuelo's groceries, then stands up to a hungry wolf. Includes a recipe for pico de gallo and glossary of Spanish terms.