Little feet are so busy! From playtime to bath time and everything in between, it's so much fun for feet to move! Jump, spin, and march along as busy feet explore the world. Playful opposites--tiptoe soft, stomp loud--make movement irresistible in this fun, wiggly read-aloud.
Baby is finally asleep, and Mama is trying to shush the rest of the family; but when they are all finally quiet baby wakes up--and it is up to big brother Dante to find the right book to read so everyone can get some rest.
In this rhyming adaptation for children of "Why a Son Needs a Dad: 100 Reasons" by Gregory E. Lang, a father holds his newborn son and lists all the ways he will help him grow, reminding him to be independent, upstanding, humble, and, most important, true to himself.
In this rhyming adaptation for children of "Why a Daughter Needs a Dad: 100 Reasons" by Gregory E. Lang and Susanna Leonard Hill, a father holds his newborn daughter and lists all the ways he will help her grow, reminding her to be artistic, thougthful, honest, and smart, and, most important, true to herself.
When Monkey claims to be different animals, a group of his friends demonstrates that, although Monkey cannot do what they can, such as fly like a bird or roar like a lion, they cannot do what he can, either.
One child. One swing. An obliging dad. The inevitable plea to go "Higher! Higher!" Add Leslie Patricellis wildly expressive illustrations, and an everyday pastime reaches new heights of humor and whimsy. How high can it go? Higher than a giraffe? Taller than a mountain? Is Earth the final frontier? The creator of a popular series of board books rises to the occasion with an ingenious picture book of very few words that expresses the giddy...