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Spring Is Here

By: Lois Lenski

Laughing, playing, dancing, see the children gay—Hear them singing, “Spring is here, Spring is here today.” Could there be a more cheerful time of year than spring? Winter is over, birds...

On a Summer Day

By: Lois Lenski

Play, play, on a summer day. Summer means the outdoors to kids everywhere. The days are long and full of summertime fun such as swimming and afternoon picnics. This classic 1953 picture book is back with...

Hello School!

By: Dee Lillegard
illustrated by: Don Carter

Hi, new shoes. Howdy, cubbies. Hey there, crayon. Hello School!This collection of 38 vivid poems brings the classroom to life and sets the scene for a first school experience. From the eager anticipation...

Now It's Fall

By: Lois Lenski
illustrated by: the author

School bells and apples and big ripe pumpkins-all the pleasures of fall come alive in this newly reissued classic by award winner Lois Lenski. First published in 1948, Now It's Fall is a timeless celebration...

New Tricks I Can Do!

By: Robert Lopshire
illustrated by: the author

Spot, the talented trickster from Put Me in the Zoo and I Want to Be Somebody New!, is back in this classic Beginner Book. When the circus tells Spot that it’s time for him to go, Spot thinks of...

The Arnold Lobel Book of Mother Goose

By: Illustrated by Arnold Lobel

Knopf is proud to reissue the complete and unabridged Arnold Lobel-illustrated treasury of Mother Goose rhymes, originally published in 1986 as The Random House Book of Mother Goose and unavailable for...

Ocean Wide, Ocean Deep

By: Susan Lendroth

Nineteenth-century Cape Cod is the backdrop for this lyrical picturebook about a young girl waiting for her father to return from an ocean journey. As the seasons pass, her baby brother learns to walk,...

I Want to Be Somebody New!

By: Robert Lopshire

Spot, the beloved hero of Put Me in the Zoo, is back in another Beginner Book classic. When Spot grows tired of doing tricks in the circus, he decides to turn into another animal. But what kind? An elephant?...

Who Will Sing a Lullaby?

By: Dee Lillegard
illustrated by: Dan Yaccarino

BABY IS CRYING and Crow and Goose and Owl and Swan all think they have the perfect antidote - "I'll take baby flying, that will stop the crying." And as baby floats on wings of love above fields...