Filled with planes, trains, and automobiles, Away We Go! teaches basic shapes through bold designs and inventive die-cuts on every page.
What does Baby see? Lift the flaps to see the activities of summer.
This book explores different colors using simple, raised die-cut shapes on a left-hand page mirrored in the scooped-out forms of the right.
Come to the construction site and read about the eight construction vehicles that rumble and boom their way through this book.
Introduce babies to the animal residents of a farm in a bright, graphic, nearly wordless board book that will grab their attention as it fosters developing visual skills. Each right-hand page features a simple white shape of a pig, sheep, dog, horse, goose, or cow against a vivid background, while the facing page features the same shape in a charming, folk-art-style pattern.
Pictures and rhyming text present some of the many extraordinary things bears can do. Includes facts about bears as well as related websites.
Little Acorn proves that great things come in small packages as it grows from a tiny nut to a big tree that shelters its forest friends.
Count from one to ten with Splosh the Duck and his fluffy friends in this hilarious adventure by the bestselling creator of Hugless Douglas!
A collection of nursery rhymes, most original but some from Mother Goose, divided into sections celebrating all of the special moments in a baby's day, from wake-up time to bedtime.
This fun-filled guess-who story with lovable animals and large gatefold flaps introduces young readers to an innovative and entertaining novelty format that will foster a love of animals.
Invites the reader to put fingers through die-cut holes, completing each illustration of an animal or bird.
Delightful rhyming text makes this board book the perfect read aloud to show little ones just how much they are loved.