The Twelve Pets of Christmas
By Taylor Garland
This Christmas, Santa brings readers a different pet for every day of the holiday season. Featuring festive animal photography and a sweet, sing-along text based on the classic carol, this board book is perfect for reading, counting, and laughing with baby.
Thank You and Good Night
By Patrick McDonnell
Patrick McDonnell's first ever bedtime book is a gentle homage to classic bedtime stories and celebrated children's book creators.
The Thankful Book
By Todd Parr
I am thankful for music because it makes me want to dance.I am thankful for my feet because they help me run and play.I am thankful for kisses because they make me feel loved.The perfect book to treasure and share around the holidays and throughout the year is now available as a board book! Todd Parr's bestselling books have celebrated Valentine's Day, Earth Day, and Halloween, teaching kids about unconditional love, respecting the earth, and facing fears, all with his signature blend of playfulness and sensitivity. The Thankful Book celebrates all the little things children can give thanks for. From everyday activities like reading and bathtime to big family meals together and special alone time between parent and child, Todd inspires readers to remember all of life's special moments.
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
By Florence Weiser
Adapted from the classic lullaby, Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star captures the gentle magic of bedtime. With a brand new ending, the song encourages children to fall asleep peacefully beneath the stars. Florence Weiser's soft, soothing illustrations depict an array of animal babies at their bedtimes, inspiring a calming nighttime atmosphere. This board book is complete with twinkling lights that make each page glow while parents and children settle in for their nightly routine. Families will delight in this adorable new take on a familiar lullaby and enjoy the tranquility of its sleepy, rhyming verse.
This is What a Librarian Looks Like
By Kyle Cassidy
In 2014, author and photographer Kyle Cassidy published a photo essay on Slate.com called "This is What A Librarian Looks Like," a montage of portraits and a tribute to librarians. Since then, Cassidy has made it his mission to remind us of how essential librarians and libraries are to our communities. His subjects are men and women of all ages, backgrounds, and personal style-from pink hair and leather jackets to button-downs and blazers. In short, notnecessarily what one thinks a librarian looks like. The nearly 220 librarians photographed also share their personal thoughts on what it means to be a librarian. This is What A Librarian Looks Like also includes original essay by some of our most beloved writers, journalists, and commentators including Neil Gaiman, George R.R. Martin, Nancy Pearl, Cory Doctorow, Paula Poundstone, Amanda Palmer, Peter Sagal, Jeff VanderMeer, John Scalzi, Sara Farizan, Amy Dickinson, and others. Cassidy also profiles a handful of especially influential librarians and libraries
Tiny Blessings: For All Seasons
By Amy Parker, Sarah Walsh
Tiny Blessings: For All Seasons is a sweet, simple book for teaching babies and toddlers how to count their blessings every day. The soothing and minimal text and beautiful illustrations will fill young children's minds with positive thoughts and will encourage them to appreciate life's special gifts no matter if it be winter, spring, summer, or fall. Babies and toddlers will see the importance of counting their blessings during each season and will learn to give thanks all year round. Parents and little ones will love sitting down together with this warm, joyful book, which is sure to become a perennial favorite in many homes.
Tiny Blessings: For My Family
By Amy Parker, Sarah Walsh
Tiny Blessings: For My Family is a sweet, simple book for teaching babies and toddlers how to count their blessings every day. The soothing and minimal text and beautiful illustrations will fill young children's minds with positive thoughts and will encourage them to appreciate life's special gifts - especially the gift of family. Whether it be Mom, Dad, aunts, uncles, grandparents, or siblings, babies and toddlers will see the importance of having family around them and will learn to give thanks for those who are integral in their lives. Parents and little ones will love sitting down together with this warm, joyful book, which is sure to become a perennial favorite in many homes.
Ten Tiny Toes
By Todd Tarpley, Marc Brown
Into the world came ten tiny toes,a hundred times sweeter than one could suppose....Ten Tiny Toes is a celebration of the tremendous joy of a new baby entering the world. Sweet rhyming text follows the unbreakable bond of love that guides a child throughout each big "step" in his or her life. From little toes you want to eat right up to bigger feet that like to run around and play, and eventually to grown children raising little ones of their own, each page gives readers a heartfelt glimpse into the future or down memory lane. A perfect way for parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles to celebrate new babies, growing toddlers, and children who aren't quite so little anymore. Beloved illustrator Marc Brown's adorable collage illustrations bring Todd Tarpley's sweet rhyming text to life in this book that's the perfect gift for baby showers, graduation, Mother's and Father's Day, and anyone eager to celebrate all the wonderful moments in their child's life.
Time To Help Your Parents
By Jacky Hyams
For the first time, pensioners outnumber children in the UK. With limited support for carers and no formal training, this book provides everything you need to know about caring for ageing parentsWe're all living longer than ever. But there is, inevitably, a point when most of us have to face the fact that Mum or Dad - or both - really do need more help. For many, the responsibility of supporting their parents and aiding them to make the right decisions at the right time can be challenging. This book covers the key issues surrounding caring for ageing parents:* What are the main health issues you need to be aware of? * What is really involved in moving into sheltered or residential care?* What happens if it's clear a parent can't cope at home but wants to stay there? This book enables you to tackle the small, practical, problems that crop up daily such as shopping, nutrition, cleaning and reduced mobility, as well at the bigger, more complex issues such as independence, health, changing roles, accommodation and financial issues. The invaluable insights contained in TIME TO HELP YOUR PARENTS will enable you to understand your parents' perspectives and enjoy your relationships with them as they grow older.
The Treasure Hunter's Handbook
By Brian Grove
Who hasn't dreamed of discovering some immensely valuable piece of buried treasure in a field - and thereby perhaps making a fortune? Brian Grove describes the many different types of treasure that can be found, and where they can be found. There are chapters on: . Metal Detecting. Prospecting for Gold. Dump Hunting. Beachcombing. Fossil Hunting. Wreck Diving. Uniquely, the book combines essential information on the practicalities of treasure hunting with inspiring stories of people who have found valuable hoards - like Eric Lawes who in 1992 discovered the Hoxne Treasure in Suffolk, and received 1.75 million from the British Museum!
Touch And Feel: Baby Animals
By Rachael Hale
Baby animals,sweet and huggable.Bundles of joy,so soft and loveable.In this newest Paw Pals board book, little ones will happily explore different touch-and-feel materials on each spread, which feature photos of adorable puppies and kittens as they play, cuddle, and frolic in the world around them. A die-cut on the front cover offers readers a sneak peak to the 5 fun-to-feel textures inside, which include: a puppy's soft fur, a terry bath towel, a kitten's fluffy fur, and more! With heart-warming photographs, sweet rhyming text, and a variety of touch-and-feel materials, Baby Animals is sure get babies - and the loved ones who cherish them - giggling with delight.
This Year You Write Your Novel
By Walter Mosley
Is that great novel still a seed in your mind, waiting for just the right time to emerge? When school is finished? When the kids have graduated? When you retire? No more excuses! You can write a novel and in this essential book of tips and practical advice for the aspiring writer, bestselling athor Walter Mosley promises you can write a novel in one year. Intended as both inspiration and instruction, Mosley discusses in very simple terms elements of fiction writing, a writer's discipline and the nuances of editing and rewriting.THIS YEAR YOU WRITE YOUR NOVEL incorporates useful examples and valuable insights from the author of 24 books.