Each day, Papa Duck goes out with his ducklings but on Monday only four come back, on Tuesday only three, but on Saturday all return when he calls them and on Sunday, they stay home and rest.
A young girl has curly hair which is much bigger than that of other kids at her school, but she tells anyone who listens how much she loves her hair. Designed to boost self-esteem and build confidence, this book is aimed at boys and girls who may need a reminder that it's okay to look different from the other kids at their school.
Leads readers through the day in the life of a construction worker building with bricks.
A mysterious soldier appears at the door, hands Gabriel a tarnished horn, and disappears. As the years go by, Gabriel's family prospers and they, in turn, help their neighbors. Could their good luck have something to do with the horn?
Instructed to get rid of all her broken toys, Kenya, with the help of her father, recycles them into art for her class project.
With the help of friendly spider Webster, aspiring violinists Patience Muffet and Little Bo-Peep find personal fulfillment in the court of Old King Cole.
Have you ever seen a zebra wearing pink polka dots? Or a penguin with bright yellow boots? These black and white animals are not all quite black and white!
Perfect is a story of anticipation, disappointment, acceptance, and ultimately, love. Suffused with natural imagery, "Perfect" is an ideal way to open up the subject of disability with children, as well as being a great story in its own right. This beautifully illustrated, truly remarkable book is guaranteed to bring a lump to the throat.
Pen pals Elliott and Kailash discover that even though they live in different countries -- America and India -- they both love to climb trees, own pets, and ride school buses.
Did you know that flowers, insects, and birds can help predict the weather? Near her lighthouse home, Sophie reads the signs and sounds a warning : storm's coming!
Meet Joshua James, the fix-it man. If he can't fix it, no one can! When a stinky problem arises, Joshua James takes matters into his own hands with a little help from his younger sister, Sophie.
A little girl falls asleep, her book in hand, and as she dreams an astonishing adventure unfolds. This wordless picture book celebrates the joy and freedom that can be found in stories, dreams and the imagination.