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Illustrations and simple, rhyming text remind the reader that any achievement may be preceded by mistakes, and learning from them makes accomplishments sweeter.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text celebrate the seasons of the year and the joy each one brings.
Two siblings, along with their grandmother and mother, spend a day taking in the sights at the park.
Summer, Fall, Winter, or Spring the Weather Girls are ready for whatever the seasons might bring! Follow these busy girls as they climb mountains, fly hot-air balloons, and soak in a rainbow-sky sunset. Charming rhyming verse and adorable art make this picture book irresistible and perfect for sharing!
Izzy Gizmo loves to invent but gets frustrated when her inventions fail to work properly, so when she finds a crow with a broken wing her grandfather urges her to persist until she finds a way to help.
A boy and girl find and count 100 different bugs in their backyard in increments of ten.
Lucy is having a terrible day. She's falling down a mountain. As she passes various characters--a mountain man, a bungeeing duck, and a pile of shuffling bears--she tries to ask for help. But everyone misinterprets her requests. As Lucy gains velocity, the story grows in silliness. Ending eventually in a giant, rolling snowball that lands Lucy safely at a hot-chocolate chalet. No harm done!
When Doug's friend Claire takes Otto to school, the rhyming parrot, whose words are magic, sends the two children to a fair where they end up with two baby bears.
Lottie secretly knows there is a shark in the pool waiting to eat her, until her new walrus friend, Walter, helps her to conquer her fear.
". . . a lively and bouncy story about what to do when you make a mistake." -- Publisher description from front flap