It's nap time, but Cheera is having so much fun chasing butterflies. How will Cheera get some rest? Bold and bright, the Simply Small books are perfect for little ones with growing minds. Meet all these cute baby animals that find clever ways to solve their not-so-small problems.
It's bedtime for baby ptarmigan, but he will not go to sleep. So his grandmother decides to tell him a bedtime story that he will never forget. With delightful illustrations by Qin Leng, this book is a simple, nursery-rhyme inspired rendition of a traditional Inuit origin tale.
Published for the first time as a board book under the Inhabit Junior im …
A sweet story about embracing change, the excitement of discovery and the wonder of nature and new friends.
A young boy moves from the city to a new home in the country. He misses his friends, but at least it’s summertime — flowers are blooming, baby birds are hatching, and caterpillars are transforming into butterflies. Enraptured by the natura …
An introduction to the world of animal friends! This book pairs irresistible photographs of the cuddliest and most lovable farm animals with fun facts about them. Babies and toddlers will be captivated by the images of chicks, piglets, lambs and more playing, sleeping and being downright adorable. Makes a perfect gift for Easter!
Touch-and-feel textures bring to life a thoughtful story for babies and toddlers with a sweet surprise ending.
The toad feels bumpy, like a gnarly tree. The duckling feels fuzzy, like grass reaching for the sun. One by one the hedgehog discovers the textures of his animal friends. But how does the hedgehog feel himself?
Award-winning author/illustrat …
Trilingual, thick-stock paperback edition of bestselling baby book from author of Mabel Murple and There Were Monkeys in My Kitchen.
Kisses Kisses Baby-O! is a story for newborns told from the point of view of a parent or caregiver, but with high interaction with baby's world and tuned to events in baby's day.
Beloved Canadian children's author She …
On a sunny day, Little Peeper breaks out of his shell. The baby chick is barely born that already he goes looking for his father. Little Peeper asks the cow, the llama, the horse... Peep-peep, who could possibly be his dad? When finally they find each other, Little Peeper learns to cock-a-doodle-doo, and do it well too!
It's time to find a place to sleep. Rokko the baby raccoon is sure he can find the perfect spot. He doesn’t need help from anyone, especially not his mommy. But when he finally does find the perfect spot, something is missing... what could it be? Perhaps someone to snuggle with?