In this take-off on the familiar nursery rhyme, black sheep graciously offers bag after bag of wool to Miss, who handcrafts mittens, a tea cosy, and more for her friends, then produces a sweater for the shivering sheep when all the wool is gone. Includes music for piano and guitar.
Although Pepe achieves fame and fortune as a movie star dog, much to the chagrin of a jealous movie star cat, Pepe longs for a family.
After an embarrassing incident, a young boy decides to quit school.
The New York Times bestselling Cat is back just in time for Valentine's Day--but he's not interested in giving a valentine to any old dog. This homage to classic comic strips is perfect for fans of Pete the Cat, Bad Kitty, Mo Willems's Pigeon books, and of course, Cat's two previous capers, Here Comes the Easter Cat and Here Comes Santa Cat.
A new and exciting page-turning, lift-the-flap, search-and-find extravaganza by Walter Wick!
"Julia instructs her little brother and their dog Rexie how to prepare for and perform at the local kennel club dog show, but must improvise when things don't go according to plan"-- Provided by publisher.
"When the ice is full of cuts and ruts, only one machine has the GUTS to clean it up. But can this slow-movin' ice fixer smooth the grooves before the next period? Or will he lose his COOL? The timer's ticking! BUZZZZZZ!"--Publisher.
Loula tries to teach her clumsy, messy dog Mister how to behave.
Every Thursday, as a break from mowing Big Island, McToad and his tractor make their way to Tiny Island, using various modes of transportation and types of machinery to get there and back.
"Zulay is a blind girl who longs to be able to run in the race on field and track day at her school"-- Provided by publisher.
"Harriet Powers learned to sew and quilt as a young slave girl on a Georgia plantation. She lived through the Civil War and Reconstruction, and eventually owned a cotton farm with her family, all the while relying on her skills with the needle to clothe and feed her children. Later she began making pictorial quilts, using each square to illustrate Bible stories and local legends. She exhibited her quilts at local cotton fairs, and though she never traveled outside of Georgia, her quilts are now priceless examples of African American folk art."--Amazon.com.
Hailing from the Tremé neighborhood in New Orleans, Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews got his nickname by wielding a trombone twice as long as he was high. A prodigy, he was leading his own band by age six, and today this Grammy-nominated artist headlines the legendary New Orleans Jazz Fest.