Rhymed text and illustrations invite the reader to play "I Spy" with a variety of Mother Goose and other folklore characters.
Little green peas : a big book of colors
Baker, Keith, 1953- author.
Little green peas make their way into collections of objects of many different colors, from blue boats, seas, and flags, to orange balloons, umbrellas, and fizzy drinks.
The runaway bunny
Brown, Margaret Wise, 1910-1952.
A little rabbit who wants to run away tells his mother how he will escape, but she is always right behind him.
Does a kangaroo have a mother, too?
Presents the names of animal babies, parents, and groups, for example, a baby kangaroo is a joey, its mother is a flyer, its father is a boomer, and a group of kangaroos is a troop, mob, or herd
Fischer, Scott M.
From bugs and frogs to alligators and whales, frightened animals always move out of the way of a larger opponent.
The folk tale classics treasury : six cherished stories in one keepsake volume
Galdone, Paul, author, illustrator.
Collects six classic folk tales, including "The Three Billy Goats Gruff," "Little Red Riding Hood," and "The Gingerbread Boy.
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.
Little Owl lost
While his mother is away finding food, a newborn owl falls out of his nest and anxiously tries to find her, receiving help from various forest animals.
Ones and twos
Introduces readers to counting animals and objects in the park as two friends play together there.
My very first Mother Goose
A collection of more than sixty nursery rhymes including "Hey Diddle, Diddle," "Pat-a-Cake," "Little Jack Horner," and "Pussycat, Pussycat"
Not a box
To an imaginative bunny, a box is not always just a box.
Richard Scarry's cars and trucks and things that go.
On their way to the beach for a picnic the Pig family encounters almost every kind of transportation vehicle imaginable--and imaginary.
Little blue truck
A small blue truck finds his way out of a jam, with a little help from his friends.
Hands say love
Shannon, George, author.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text reveal that hands, as they carry out ordinary tasks, are also showing love.
It looked like spilt milk
Shaw, Charles Green
A mystery book for young children presents a continuously changing white shape silhouetted against a blue background that challenges them to guess what it is
Dinosaur vs. the potty
Dinosaur doesn't need to use the potty--even when he's making lemonade, running through the sprinkler, having a three-juice-box lunch and splashing in rain puddles--but wait, is that a victory dance he's doing or a potty dance?
Do you know which ones will grow?
Shea, Susan A.
Poses rhyming questions about what grows and what does not.
Little Owl's night
Little Owl enjoys a lovely night in the forest visiting his friend the raccoon, listening to the frogs croak and the crickets chirp, and watching the fog that hovers overhead.
Stein, David Ezra.
A baby kangaroo takes his first tentative hops outside of his mama's pouch, meeting other creatures and growing bolder each time.
The house in the night
Swanson, Susan Marie.
Illustrations and easy-to-read text explore the light that makes a house in the night a home filled with light, in a bedtime book for youngsters that names nighttime things, such as a bed and the moon.
Instructs the reader on how to interact with the illustrations to create imaginative images.
It's time to say goodnight.
By the time a young boy finishes saying "good morning" to everything in sight, it is time to say "good night."