Potato Joe and his nine potato pals count to ten and back down to one in an amusing retelling of the classic nursery rhyme "One Potato, Two Potato" for preschoolers, from the author of <IT>Hickory Dickory Dock.<RO>
"Calling all animal enthusiasts! It's time to scamper through the alphabet with a herd of irresistible zoo babies. Featuring adorable animal photos, a zippy text, and a fact-filled glossary, this just might be the cutest ABC book ever to hit the shelves!"--
From head to toe
An interactive picture book encourages young readers to exercise and helps them develop such skills as listening, focusing attention, and following directions
Fischer, Scott M.
A sequential tale begins with a bug who escapes from a hungry frog that is pursued by a cat, which in turn is chased by a dog, in a whimsically illustrated story that features engaging repetitive text. 12,500 first printing.
Step gently out
Frost, Helen, 1949-
Simple, evocative poetic language and close-up photographs invite youngsters to make observations about the natural world while profiling such subjects as a katydid's eye, a spider on a silken web and a glowing firefly.
I spy with my little eye
Asks young readers to identify the animal based on their color, including blue for a blue whale, white for a polar bear, and green for a frog, in a text with a die-cut opening on the cover containing an eye.
Orange pear apple bear
Color, punctuation, rhyme, and rhythm are presented in a concept book about a talented bear with a fascination for fruit that uses only four simple words.
Monkey and me
Excited about their trip to the zoo, a young girl and her stuffed monkey delight in mimicking all the animals they see, such as a hopping kangaroo and stomping elephant, during their wonderful outing together.
When Old Bear falls asleep for the winter, he has a dream that he is a cub again, enjoying each of the four seasons.