Be on the lookout on each page for the little inchworm who loves to measure things. But what will happen when a nightingale comes along and wants to eat him? The surprise solution will keep your kids coming back to this book over and over.
Follow ice cream through its history from its humble start to the store-bought concoction we can get today! Gail Gibbons takes you along on an exciting and delicious adventure that starts at a farm and ends with the freezer.
Alex really wants an iguana. All he has to do is convince his skeptical mom. Readers of all ages (including parents!) will enjoy Alex's letter writing campaign along with his mom's responses as both of their dreams of what owning a pet iguana looks like comes alive with fun illustrations.
Discover a myriad of insects, their feeding habits, how they are born, and more in this wonderful book filled with National Geographic, up-close pictures. The simple text is perfect for young readers and the pictures will get kids of all ages excited to get outside and find some insects in their natural habitats.
A fun, Mexican twist on the story of the Little Red Hen, join Iguana as she plans a fiesta and tries to get her friends to help. This is a great tool for helping kids understand friendship and the importance of doing your part.
What would you do if you woke up with giant antlers one morning? Join Imogene as she finds out! You'll get to see her family's reaction and how others help her find helpful uses for the antlers. A great story about finding the positive in every situation and learning to adapt.
Discover seasonal changes both year to year and over long periods of time in this Caldecott Medal-Winner. Your little ones will be enamored with the lyrical text and the magical side of nature depicted in this beautiful book.
Another definite win from author Andrea Beaty, this is a fantastic story about a kid who finds out he's a little different than his classmates but manages to find his voice in a unique way. Discover how Aaron decides to communicate in a way that doesn't allow his learning disability to define who he is.
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