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Ned's New Home

By: Kevin Tseng

When Ned's apple begins to rot, he must search for a new house.A pear isn't quite right.A watermelon isn't perfect either.A pile of blueberries? All wrong!Will any other fruit make Ned feel at home again?Little...

What Should I Make?

By: Nandini Nayar

Neeraj's mother is making chapatis and she's given him a handful of the dough. What should he make with it? A snake? A mouse? A cat? But what if his creations come to life? "Roll it up, quick! "...

Oooh! Picasso

By: Mil Niepold

Crisp close-ups of the everyday objects that Pablo Picasso transformed into sculpture offer a fresh look at the artist's work. With each page turn, the reader's imagination unfolds as the moon...


Oooh! Matisse

By: Mil Niepold

Bright and playful close-ups of some of Henri Matisse's most celebrated collages encourage children to find the whale in Matisse's dove, the splash of milk in his star, and the rays of sunshine in a blue...

Wild Fibonacci

By: Joy N. Hulme

1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34. . . Look carefully. Do you see the pattern? Each number above is the sum of the two numbers before it. Though most of us are unfamiliar with it, this numerical series, called...

Shark in the Park!

By: Nick Sharratt

Award-winning children’s illustrator Nick Sharratt has done it again! Young children will love doing the actions, sticking their fingers through the holes, joining in with the repeated phrases, and...


Bear in the Big Blue House: Bear's Shape Book

By: Kiki Thorpe
illustrated by: Joe Ewers

From circles and squares to roses, noses, and curvy garden hoses, the cast of Disney Channel's Emmy Award-nominated television series Bear in the Big Blue House introduces beginning readers to the wide...

The Berenstain Bears' House of Mirrors

By: Stan & Jan Berenstain, illustrated by Stan & Jan Berenstain

Fat looks thin. Happy looks sad. A house of mirrors is be a very confusing place. But there's nothing confusing about this Early Step into Reading™ Book in which words and pictures are so super-simple...

The Berenstain Bears' Big Bear, Small Bear

By: Stan & Jan Berenstain
illustrated by: the authors

Small hat, big head.  Big hat, small head.  Can a bear find a hat that is not too small and not too big, but just right?