When a driver, who is not paying attention to where he is going, crashes into a trash can, he sets off a series of accidents with unexpected outcomes.
A fearless little boy ignores Grandma's warning about nighttime monsters until he runs away and meets the two-headed giant's three-headed brother.
An easy-to-read book about a globe-trotting cat that crosses paths with a vacationing family in the great cities of Europe. Includes facts about the cities.
When Cat tries to replace the Easter Bunny, he soon learns that the job is much harder than he expected--and does not allow time for naps.
Explores imaginative and whimsical ways of doing things, such as how to wonder, how to see the breeze, and how to be brave.
While the library that Sam and his adventurous friend Sarah live in is being renovated, the two mice try to make new homes for themselves in the attic, constructing everything from a yurt to a geodesic dome. Includes photographs of real house styles discussed and a brief glossary of terms.
Sloth hurries to make it to the store to claim his free shopping spree, but the notoriously slow-moving animal faces challenges in reaching his destination before time runs out.
With a stomp of her foot and tears in her eyes, Holly declares that she does not want to go to school but her mother, aided by a favorite puppet, helps Holly find ways to solve her kindergarten problems.
After planning for months to have the perfect school picture taken, a boy's moment of weakness ruins everything.
Monsters celebrate their individuality.
The world's wackiest toy chest features toys of all shapes and sizes, plus the best toy of all, one's imagination.
Traces the history of the inspiring anthem and explains how it has come to represents the right for equality and freedom around the world.