An exciting full-color storybook featuring the DC Super Friends™ - plus an eye-catching lenticular cover!The Joker and Lex Luthor team up to take down Batman™, Superman™, and the rest of the high-flying DC Super Friends™! Boys and girls ages 3 to 7 will love this action-packed DC Super Friends™ storybook which features an eye-catching lenticular cover that makes it appear as though the heroes are really racing to the rescue! DC Super Friends™ is a unique brand that gives preschoolers their very own versions of the World's Greatest Super Heroes from DC Comics: Superman™, Batman™, Wonder Woman™, Aquaman™, The Flash™, Cyborg™, Hawkman™, and Green Lantern™.
Lola Gets a Cat
By Mcquinn, Anna
Lola wants a cat, but Mommy says taking care of a pet is a lot of work. So Lola does her homework. At the library she finds books about cats and pet care and she and Mommy learn as much as they can. She pretends her stuffed kitty is real and practices taking care of it. When the time comes, Lola is allowed to pick out her new friend at an animal shelter. With patience and care, her kitten settles in at home.
Lola is a book-loving favorite, and this delightful story is a new treasure in the series.
Jane Foster's Things That Go
By Foster, Jane
Introduce little ones to their favorite things that go in this bold and graphic board book by illustrator and textile designer Jane Foster.In this beautiful and sophisticated board book, children will be introduced to bold images of things that go, such as beeping buses, zooming rockets, and more! Praise for Jane Foster's ABC and Jane Foster's 123: "Both titles are stunningly simple, but Foster is able to create some truly arresting images here, making both books pleasurable repeat reads. A fetching and effective introduction to the world of numbers." -starred review, Kirkus Reviews "It's a book that style-minded parents and kids can appreciate equally." -starred review Publisher's Weekly "This unusually attractive counting board book from the British illustrator and textile designer Jane Foster shows off her style in a way that will catch - and hold - the eye of grown-ups and younger children alike.
LITTLE BEE BOOKS INC
Mary Had a Little Glam
By Sauer, Tammi
"[an] exuberant picture-book ode to the fun of fashion." - Shelf Awareness This little Mary has STYLE! In this fun take on Mother Goose, fashion-forward Mary helps some of childhood's most beloved characters go glam. From the kid who lives in a shoe (and dons some fab footwear, too) to Jack, who breaks his crown but gets a great new one, Mary's school friends look fantastic in their finery. But are they now too well dressed for recess? Not to worry - Mary always shows her flair for what to wear!
Sterling Children's Books
Hare and Tortoise
By Murray, Alison
Alison Murray offers an enchanting retelling of a much-loved Aesop's fable with a mischievous twist.Hare (Leapus swifticus) can barely stay still for a minute. He's the fastest on the farm. Tortoise (Slow and steadicus) can stay still for a very long time. She has occasionally been mistaken for a rock. So when they decide to have a race, Hare is certain to win . . . isn't he? Through the meadow, around the duck pond, and straight into the carrot field. Carrots? Oh, dear. Whether encountering the classic tale for the first time or tracing the racecourse map to relive it, children will be quick to realize Hare's folly and eager to join the cheering for easygoing, persistent Tortoise. She may be slow, but watch her go!
By Caswell, Deanna
"A witch, a bat, a skeleton, a jack-o'-lantern, a ghost, a black cat, a spider, an owl, and a scarecrow are all hiding in the pages of this clever Halloween-themed book. Deanna Caswell's playful haiku cleverly hint at the creatures revealed after each turn of the page while Bob Shea's bright illustrations capture the scary silliness"--
By Willems, Mo
Mo Willems' introductory guide for new arrivals welcomes readers to the world using bold, eye-catching graphics and clever text that is perfect for reading aloud. With a fun and heartwarming message, Welcome playfully interacts with the reader with its meta-humor, while addressing such topics such as injustice, cats, friendship, and family. This one-of-a-kind guide to the world is a must-have for infants and new parents alike.
Hyperion Books for Children
My First Book of Patterns
By George, Bobby
Have you learned your colors and shapes? Now it's time to learn patterns!Stripes, polka dots, plaid, chevron, and more are featured in this first-ever patterns concept book that provides readers with the vocabulary to name what they see in the world around them. The ten most prevalent patterns are presented first as a single element (This is a circle ...) , then as a pattern (... a lot of circles make polka dots!) . Conceived by educators and illustrated in vivid candy-colored hues, this pitch-perfect introduction to patterns will engage the artistic, mathematical, and linguistic parts of every young child's mind.
National Geographic Readers
By Evans, Shira
Trot, prance, and jump with ponies! Young readers will meet lots of different kinds of ponies and learn what they do. Through text features such as the vocabulary tree and the wrap-up activity, kids will be introduced to vocabulary in concept groups--helping them make connections between words and expand their understanding of the world.From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Best Days Are Dog Days
By Meshon, Aaron
A little girl and her pet French bulldog are the perfect playmates in this all-day outdoors adventure!When his family sets out to explore the neighborhood, one puppy is eager to join in the fun! He gets to do everything his sister does - with his own added flair, of course. Together they eat (pancakes for her, kibble for him) , bathe (tub for her, sink for him) , and play (chasing squirrels for both) . Side by side, they enjoy the same things, each in their own way. And when the long day comes to an end, both settle down for a restful sleep - that is, until tomorrow comes. Because when every day's a dog's day, every day is the best day . . . especially when you can spend it with the person you love.A little girl and her pet French bulldog are the perfect playmates in this all-day outdoors adventure!.
Herbert is deeply doubtful about his first Halloween - but with a little help from his dad and a special tiger costume, Herbert might just find confidence on Halloween night. Together, father and son practice roaring, carve a pumpkin, and venture out in search of candy. And by the end of the night, Herbert finds his doubts have melted away. A sweet introduction to Halloween and to being brave, this book is sure to delight the youngest of trick-or-treaters.
By Swanson, Matthew
In this heartfelt picture book, readers are taken on a stunning journey into the imagination of a young boy -- who explores everything from the pyramids of Egypt to a dusty footprint on the moon -- and then back out again to the wonderful world right in front of him. From a lost balloon to an endless road, there are stories to discover, to dream about, and to share.
Everywhere, Wonder explores the wonder in the world, while encouraging young minds to discover the extraordinary in the ordinary, and creatively share their stories with others.
"Open your eyes and open your window and let your story out into the world. It is a little gift from you to me."
An Imprint Book
Hank's Big Day
By Kuhlman, Evan
Perfect for reading aloud, this spare, charming picture book about a day in the life of a pill bug in suburbia is also about an unusual friendship.
Hank is a pill bug with a busy life - for a pill bug, that is. His daily routine involves nibbling a dead leaf, climbing up a long stick, avoiding a skateboarder, and playing pretend with his best friend, a human girl named Amelia, in her backyard. And when day is done, Hank likes nothing better than returning home to his cozy rock.
Schwartz & Wade Books
By Murguia, Bethanie Deeney
Who can can-can? Find out in this hilarious book that features cockatoos, two more cockatoos, and tutued toucans too!
Two cockatoos, too?
Two cockatoos meet two more cockatoos in tutus and two tutued toucans. And then two more! Can they all can-can? They can! The cockatoos and toucans join together for a dance and ask the reader: "Can you can-can too?" Bethanie Deeney Murguia's fabulous book combines fantastically funny wordplay with lush, vibrant illustrations that will make readers want to can-can along!