It’s Halloween and the whole family has their favorite traditions for celebrating the big day, from pumpkin carving and making autumn soup to trick-or-treating and singing scary songs. (Ages 2-4 / 4-6)
The rooster, the chickens, the cows, the sheepdog and all the other barnyard animals do their part to keep the farm in tip top shape, but what can one eager but very small puppy do to lend a helping paw? (Ages 2-4)
A feisty little duckling tries to befriend a cat, but this sourpuss doesn’t want to be bothered. A quick catnap puts the cranky not-a-duck in a better mood and an unlikely friendship blossoms amid the flowers. (Ages 2-4)
Dancing, leaping, cartwheeling, stretching your toes and scrunching your nose can be so energizing! Get moving and have some fun with an invigorating picture book from the author of the Little Quack series. (Ages 2-4)
Most dogs and cats are made to be cuddled. Hugging a horse is doable, of course, but how do you hug a porcupine? Find out in this catchy rhyming read-aloud from the winner of the Cheerios® New Author Contest. (Ages 2-4)
This beautifully illustrated bedtime tale will send sleepyheads to dreamland with visions of woodland creatures, cozy kittens curled up by the fire and magical moonlit boat rides dancing in their heads. (Ages 2-4)
As nighttime falls, each precious little animal tells its parents how many kisses are needed to get them to drift off to sleep. You and your little one will delight in this sweet bedtime story. Illustrated. Ages 2-4.
Want to know what it’s like to be a storybook character? This interactive retelling of a classic fairy tale pits readers in the middle of the action. Kids huff and puff through little holes cut into the pages. (Ages 2-4)
Humphrey the camel is delighted to see Jesus, now a grown man, and remembers the Child to whom he gave his coveted blanket years ago in Bethlehem.
And then he spots something familiar. A blanket. Could it be…?
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