Included in this book are more than a dozen of Charles R. Knight! every outing with toppy -- from visits to the American Museum of Natural History and the Central Park Zoo to tea parties at The Plaza Hotel -- is filled with fun and adventure. Lovers of animals, art, natural history, and New York Citywill relish this vivacious and winsomely depicted true story.
Tigers & Tea With Toppy #ad - A powerful story of following one's dreams and passions, despite life's challenges. School library Journal, starred reviewRhoda loves spending time with Toppy.
How to Be a LionDoubleday Books for Young Readers #ad - Leonard soon learns there are many ways to be a lion, and many ways to be a friend, and that sometimes finding just the right words can change the world. Thoughtful and provocative words to live by. School library journal "A gentle, Ferdinand-like soul. Leonard and marianne have a happy life together—talking, playing, writing poems, and making wishes—until one day a pack of bullies questions whether it's right for a lion and a duck to be pals.
. This marvelous book triumphs in that essential job. Kirkus, starred review "Children will feel empowered after reading such a deliberate story of unyielding strength and self-awareness. Duck. It's an empowering tale about connecting with others and choosing kindness over bullying, and shows children how angry and provocative words can be overcome by empathy and inner courage.
How to Be a Lion #ad - An amazon best children's book of the year selection From the New York Times bestselling author/illustrator of Max the Brave comes an inspiring and adorable picture book about a pair of unlikely friends who face down a pack of bullies. Vere's fable makes a watertight—and charming—case for ignoring the pressures of conformity.
Everything You Need for a Treehouse: Children’s Treehouse Book, Story Book for Kids, Nature Book for KidsChronicle Books #ad - Treehouses are for everyone. This magical work of art from acclaimed picture book creators Carter Higgins and Emily Hughes celebrates the universal wonder of treehouses and all the adventure that live among branches. Treehouses are for snacks. Treehouses are for whispers and snickers and echoes. Delightful!" —bookRiot"One magical, impossible treehouse after another.
The wall street JournalTreehouses are for wonder.
Do Not Lick This BookRoaring Brook Press #ad - She is small. Very small. In fact, so small that you’d need to look through a microscope to see her. Written by idan ben-barak, with illustrations from Julian Frost, Do Not Lick This Book is perfect for anyone who wants to take a closer look at the world. Min is a microbe. Or you can simply open this book and take Min on an adventure to amazing places she’s never seen before―like the icy glaciers of your tooth or the twisted, tangled jungle of your shirt.
The Cloud BookHoliday House #ad - Some people see animals and pictures in clouds. The ancient greeks believed that Hermes, once stole the sun's cattle, the messenger of the gods, which were clouds. The cloud book By dePaola Tomie. Tomie depaola—best-selling author of Strega Nona, Quiet, and many others—knows a lot about clouds. You see, silly, clouds are fun, and very interesting.
A reading Rainbow book. In this unique picture book, Tomie introduces some of the most common types of clouds, as well as the myths and legends inspired by their shapes. Simple, whimsical illustrations show the variations in shape and color that herald changes in the weather. This book will tell you many things about clouds we bet you didn't know.
The Cloud Book #ad - . Filled with his signature humor and gentle illustrations, Tomie dePaola's approach to nonfiction is like no other. He also knows a lot about what people think of them.
Fox & Chick: The Party: and Other Stories Learn to Read Books, Chapter Books, Story Books for Kids, Children's Book Series, Children's Friendship Books Fox & Chick 1Chronicle Books #ad - A 2019 theodore seuss geisel award honoreenpr best books of the year, boston globe best book of the Year Join the dynamic, yet opposite duo as they learn to appreciate differences among friends: Fox and Chick don't always agree, New York Times Notable Children's Book, but Fox and Chick are always friends.
With sly humor and companionable warmth, Sergio Ruzzier deftly captures the adventures of these seemingly opposite friends. With spare text and airy images, this early chapter book is also accessible to a picture book audience. Book teaches a lesson about accepting and cherishing our differences through sweet and funny characters as they embark on silly adventures• Luminous watercolor images showcased in comic-book panel form will entice emerging readers, and the Society of Publication Designers"A subtle lesson, Communication Arts, keeping them engaged and wanting more• Sergio Ruzzier is a Sendak Fellow whose work has been lauded by the Society of Illustrators, couched in humor: We can be friends with people who aren't just like us.
Fox & Chick: The Party: and Other Stories Learn to Read Books, Chapter Books, Story Books for Kids, Children's Book Series, Children's Friendship Books Fox & Chick 1 #ad - The new york times• great family and classroom read-aloud book• Books for kids ages 5-8 • Books for early and emergent readers The cloud book By dePaola Tomie.
All the Animals Where I LiveRoaring Brook Press #ad - The author used to live in the busy city where there were buses and trains, and people waiting for buses and trains. Now he lives in the country and jubilantly takes us on a tour of his home, pointing out all the animals that share his space. His dog wednesday watches cranes, frogs, and dragonflies live their lives.
The cloud book By dePaola Tomie. Coyotes and chipmunks come and go, until winter comes, and the world around where he lives is full of life, and there is nothing but snow. Uniquely structured, all the Animals Where I Live is a picture book from Philip C. Stead, one of our most innovative author-illustrators, that is a meditation on life and moments big and small that shape our individual worlds.
All the Animals Where I Live #ad - There are stuffed bears and quilted chickens.
They Say BlueHarry N. Abrams #ad - They Say Blue #ad - The cloud book By dePaola Tomie. Egg yolks are sunny orange as expected, yet water cupped in her hands isn’t blue like they say. But maybe a blue whale is blue. This first picture book from celebrated illustrator Jillian Tamaki will find equal appreciation among kids and collectors. A 2018 boston globe-horn book picture book award winner and a 2018 parent's choice Picture Book Gold Award Winner! In captivating paintings full of movement and transformation, Tamaki follows a young girl through a year or a day as she examines the colors in the world around her.
She doesn’t know, she hasn’t seen one. Playful and philosophical, they say Blue is a book about color as well as perspective, about the things we can see and the things we can only wonder at.
The Assassination of Brangwain SpurgeCandlewick #ad - . The cloud book By dePaola Tomie. T. Witty mixed media illustrations show Brangwain’s furtive missives back to the elf kingdom, while Werfel’s determinedly unbiased narrative tells an entirely different story. Anderson and newbery honoree Eugene Yelchin, this tale is rife with thrilling action and visual humor.
Subverting convention, award-winning creators M. T. A hilarious and biting social commentary that could only come from the likes of National Book Award winner M. And a comic disparity that suggests the ultimate victor in a war is perhaps not who won the battles, but who gets to write the history. Anderson and eugene yelchin pair up for an anarchic, outlandish, and deeply political saga of warring elf and goblin kingdoms.
The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge #ad - Uptight elfin historian brangwain spurge is on a mission: survive being catapulted across the mountains into goblin territory, deliver a priceless peace offering to their mysterious dark lord, and spy on the goblin kingdom — from which no elf has returned alive in more than a hundred years. Brangwain’s host, the goblin archivist Werfel, is delighted to show Brangwain around.
They should be the best of friends, blunders, but a series of extraordinary double crosses, and cultural misunderstandings throws these two bumbling scholars into the middle of an international crisis that may spell death for them — and war for their nations.
Forever or a Day: Children's Picture Book for Babies and Toddlers, Preschool BookChronicle Books #ad - This contemplative, almost meditative, book makes for a good read with the children in your life for whom you like to give your own time. Kirkus reviewssimple, profound, this imaginative book is for everyone: parents who treasure each second with their child, and truly beautiful, even the longest ones; children learning to navigate the world and its strangeness; designers and librarians looking for a lyrical story time book that leaves kids wondering.
Forever or a Day: Children's Picture Book for Babies and Toddlers, Preschool Book #ad - Gather around on the couch or have some one-on-one time with this incredible story. Thought-provoking themes for readers of any age• beautiful picture book with illustrations by award-winning artist Sarah Jacoby If you liked Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak or What Do You Do With an Idea by Kobi Yamada and Mae Besom, you'll love Forever or a Day.
This book is a great read for:• the whole family• Kids learning about the concept of time• Parents• Librarians The cloud book By dePaola Tomie. Forever or a Day is a great read for the whole family.
Dragons in a BagRandom House Books for Young Readers #ad - Before he knows it, jax and his friends vikram and kavita have broken both rules! will jax get the baby dragons delivered safe and sound? or will they be lost in brooklyn forever? AN NPR BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR A CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR A KIRKUS REVIEWS BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR The cloud book By dePaola Tomie.
Dragons in a Bag #ad - There are two rules when it comes to the dragons: don't let them out of the bag, and don't feed them anything sweet. A magical chapter book fantasy that touches on important themes of differences and diversity using dragons and a refreshing urban setting. Seira wilson, amazon editor ★ an amazon best children's book of the year selection the dragon's out of the bag in this diverse, young urban fantasy from an award-winning author! When Jaxon is sent to spend the day with a mean old lady his mother calls Ma, he finds out she's not his grandmother--but she is a witch! She needs his help delivering baby dragons to a magical world where they'll be safe.