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The Shape of Me and Other Stuff

By: Dr. Seuss

Even in silhouette, the fun and fanciful art of Dr. Seuss is instantly recognizable in this Bright and Early Book classic: "a bug, a balloon, a bed, a bike. No shapes are ever quite alike." Looking at...

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

By: Roald Dahl
illustrated by: Quentin Blake

Celebrate fifty years of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with this gorgeous, full-color gift edition.   Brimming with Quentin Blake’s vibrant full-color artwork, this wonderful anniversary...

The Cat in the Hat

By: Dr. Seuss, Carlos Rivera (Translator)

Translated by Carlos Rivera.


Babar and Father Christmas

By: Jean de Brunhoff

Babar returns in this unusual and heartwarming Christmas story by Jean de Brunhoff. Babar’s children have caught wind of a fellow in Man’s country named Father Christmas who brings joy and...

One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish: Read & Listen Edition

By: Dr. Seuss

“From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere” . . . So begins this classic Beginner Book by Dr. Seuss. Beginning with just five fish and continuing into flights of fancy,...

The Cat's Quizzer

By: Dr. Seuss

Are you smarter than Ziggy and Zizzy Zozzfozzel? Get quizzed by the Cat in the Hat in this classic Beginner Book by Dr. Seuss! Do fish sleep with one eye open? What do they call one-eyed eyeglasses? Are...


Fantastic Mr. Fox

By: Roald Dahl
illustrated by: Quentin Blake

Fantastic Mr. Fox is on the run! The three meanest farmers around are out to get him. Fat Boggis, squat Bunce, and skinny Bean have joined forces, and they have Mr. Fox and his family surrounded. What...

Fox in Socks

By: Dr. Seuss

This classic Dr. Seuss Beginner Book features silly tongue twisters that will have readers of all ages giggling with glee. When a fox in socks meets Knox in a box, you know that hilarity will ensue. Add...

My Many Colored Days

By: Dr. Seuss

Accompanying a manuscript Dr. Seuss wrote in 1973, was a letter outlining his hopes of finding "a great color artist who will not be dominated by me." The late Dr. Seuss saw his original text about feelings...