An alphabet book about words used by the United States military.
"A child goes on an adventure in a national park, learns how to track moose in the wild, and learns not to bother a baby moose with its mother"-- Provided by publisher.
Three eggs hatch, resulting in an unusual but happy family.
"Young readers are fascinated with birds in their world. Every Day Birds helps children identify and learn about common birds. After reading Every Day Birds, families can look out their windows with curiosity--recognizing birds and nests and celebrating the beauty of these creatures!"-- Provided by publisher.
Everyone in the Ellis family is excellent, except Ed the dog, who is determined to find something at which he, too, can excel.
"A boy and his dog embark on what is clearly not an ordinary day of fishing." -- Front jacket flap.
In this wordless book with interactive flaps, a little girl named Flora forms a friendship with two peacocks as the three learn to dance together.
After guessing the identity of each animal before turning the page, the reader pretends to be a porcupine, bear, crocodile, and bumblebee.
"Monster play. Monster 'Yay!' Monster Park is fun all day."-- Back cover.
Familiar tunes are given new words relating to summer camp, including "Whose Idea Was This Dumb Hike" sung to the tune of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star."
Raybot doesn't have a best friend. He doesn't have any friends. So, after reading that puppies make good friends, he sets off to find one. Raybot travels the world through forests, seas, farms, and fields meeting all types of animals before he finds his new best friend.
Pirates Blackbeard Johnson and his brothers, Eyepatch Sue, and others sail over to Peg Leg Jones' for a happily chaotic pirate jamboree--until the S.S. Clean Your Room (otherwise known as Mrs. Jones) arrives and playtime is definitely over.