Were at the station. Were off to explore shapes, playtime and so much more. All aboard everyone! This fun-filled story introduces shape recognition, a key early learning skill. With lots of things to spot and describe on every page, it is perfect to share again and again with young children.
Were at the station. Were off to explore numbers and counting and so much more. All aboard everyone! This fun-filled story, which explores early learning concepts, is great to share with very young children. With lots of things to spot and describe on every page, this brilliant train ride is a trip worth taking again and again.
Princess Poppy is back, as junior conservationist. In this book, she becomes concerned about plastic waste when her puppy chews on a plastic bag on the beach. Poppy springs into action, no more one use plastic!
In this big format book, children will be asked to stand up to a double sided challenge: they will have to find their way through exciting mazes and put to the test their observation skills to find all the hidden characters!
Have you ever seen a wolf in glasses before? Poor old Bernard the Wolf, he really cant see a thing! Would you engage onto wonderful adventures and help him? These series of search and find games will entertain children for hours of fun, while stimulating their visual and logic skills.
From Caldecott Medalist and Newbery Honor author Kevin Henkes and acclaimed painter Laura Dronzek, the bestselling and award-winning creators of seasonal favorites When Spring Comes and In the Middle of Fall.Snow falls, animals burrow, and children prepare for the wonders winter brings.
The first book in the internationally beloved Little Wombat series about a playful little wombat exploring and adventuring through the world around him.\r\nSometimes I like to curl up in a ball, so no one can see me, because Im so small. Little Wombat spends a day doing his favourite things: strutting around and around like a pigeon until he falls down, sticking out his tongue and pulling funny faces. And then he jumps as high as he can and sees how much noise he can make when he lands. But when the sun sets and the day ends he does the thing he likes best of all: going back home to his mother and curling into a ball. Goodnight!
When the storm subsides and the sun comes out, don’t forget to look for the rainbow!\r\n\r\nInspired by kids across the country displaying rainbows in their windows, acclaimed illustrators come together to imagine everything these rainbows represent: caring for one another, and our hopes for the future. In this collection of eighteen scenes, readers will lick an ice cream cone, swim in the ocean, cuddle close with cousins, and celebrate a birthday with a party full of friends and family. Each spread has a hidden rainbow for kids to find!\r\n\r\nAn introduction by R. J. Palacio, New York Times bestselling author of Wonder, reminds us that rainbows have always been symbols of hope, and that as fleeting as a rainbow may seem, we can always look for the next one–in the sky, on the sidewalk, and in a window.\r\n\r\n100% of net proceeds from the sale of this book will go to World Central Kitchen, using the power of food to help our communities weather this storm.\r\n\r\n