The Peace Book
By Todd Parr
Peace is making new friends.Peace is helping your neighbor.Peace is a growing a garden.Peace is having enough pizza in the world for everyone.The Peace Book delivers positive and hopeful messages of peace in an accessible, child-friendly format featuring Todd Parr's trademark bold, bright colors and silly scenes. Perfect for the youngest readers, this book delivers a timely and timeless message about the importance of friendship, caring, and acceptance.
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.
Love the World
By Todd Parr
Love your grin. Love your skin. Love the bees. Love the trees.Love giving a hand. Love taking a stand.LOVE THE WORLD!If there's one thing Todd Parr is known for, it's broadcasting a message of love and acceptance and helping readers do the same. With nods to themes including self-esteem, respecting the earth, and appreciating others, LOVE THE WORLD is a simple, meaningful celebration of the joy of spreading goodwill and positivity.Todd's collection of work occupies a unique space in the children's book market, addressing topics in a way that feels necessary, inclusive, and appropriate with a sensibility that's wacky, kid-friendly, and fun. The time is right for a wholly positive and encouraging book about spreading love all around, and we have no doubt this will resonate with many fans new and old.
Fingers for Halloween
By Brandt Lewis, Cori Doerrfeld
In this Halloween-themed follow-up to Fingers for Lunch, young readers will burst into giggles as they fit their fingers through die-cut holes and a hungry little monster (played by a parent) tries to gobble up every last one! The monster is dressed in classic Halloween costumes on each spread and is ready for a night of devilish trick-or-treating. But no amount of candy will satisfy its craving for delicious, juicy fingers! As the pages turn and the monster eats its fill, the finger holes disappear one by one until there are no wigglers left and it's time to drift off to sleep.Little readers will be drawn to the bold, colorful illustrations and kid-friendly rhyming text, each page ending with the fun sound word "chomp!" And once all the fingers are gone, it's easy to start back at the beginning and count down all over again!
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.
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.
By John Churchman, Jennifer Churchman
One cold winter night, Sweet Pea becomes very sick. Everyone at the farm is worried about her! Under the watchful care of Farmer John, Laddie the sheepdog, and Dr. Alison the veterinarian, she slowly recovers. When Sweet Pea is better again, she's ready for a fun and imaginative "SheepOver" celebration!Now in a toddler-friendly board book format, this New York Times bestselling story of caring and friendship by farm owners John and Jennifer Churchman is brought to life with entrancing photo-illustrations and will enchant readers and make them fall in love with Sweet Pea and her friends.
The Secret Life of Squirrels
By Nancy Rose
You may think you know what squirrels do all day... but Mr. Peanuts is no ordinary squirrel. Instead of climbing trees, he plays the piano. ("Moonlight Sonutta" is his favorite.) Instead of scurrying through the woods, he reads books (such as A Tail of Two Cities). But everything is more fun with company, so Mr. Peanuts writes a letter to Cousin Squirrel and invites him for a visit! This sleeper hit picture book is now available in a toddler-friendly board book format.
The Very Fairy Princess: A Spooky, Sparkly Halloween
By Julie Andrews, Emma Walton Hamilton, Christine Davenier
Gerry is in search of the PERFECT costume - one that will look just right with her wings and crown. Her imagination runs wild, and she decides on a flowing angel outfit (complete with a sparkly halo, of course). Gerry and her friends are so excited for the big day... until an accidental spill threatens to ruin EVERYTHING! What is a fairy princess to do? Thankfully, Gerry knows just how to save Halloween, and also shows what it means to be a good friend. From the mother-daughter team of Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton comes another heartwarming story in the #1 New York Times bestselling Very Fairy Princess series.
The Mommy Book
By Todd Parr
Some mommies sing you songs.Some mommies read you stories.All mommies want you to be who you are!With his trademark childlike art, Todd Parr celebrates all different kinds of mothers. Whether mommies work far away or at home, cook or order pizza, they are all lots of fun and filled with love.For the first time in board book format, this is the perfect book for celebrating mommies on Mother's Day, and all year round.
Rory the Dinosaur Wants a Pet
By Liz Climo
In Rory's second picture book, he learns sometimes the things you look for are looking for you!
If You Ever Want To Bring A Piano To the Beach, Don't!
By Elise Parsley
Elise Parsley's tale of the charismatic and willful Magnolia's disastrous trip to the beach follows up her New York Times bestselling debut, If You Ever Want to Bring an Alligator to School, Don't!If your mom says to get ready to play at the beach, she means with a boat, or a Frisbee, or a shovel. She is NOT talking about the piano. But Magnolia is a little girl with a big idea, determination, and one very heavy upright piano that, she insists, she needs to take with her. What's the worst that can happen? In a riotous series of mishaps, Magnolia quickly learns that--not surprisingly--a piano doesn't mix well with sand, sun, and seagulls!
Fingers For Lunch
By Brandt Lewis, Cori Doerrfeld
For lunch today I have a fine treat: five little fingers for Monster to eat!In this silly playtime rhyme, young readers will burst into giggles as they fit their fingers through die-cut holes and make them wiggle and squirm while a hungry little monster tries to gobble up every last bite! Parents play the part of the monster and "eat up" their laughing little ones fingers, turning the pages to make the finger holes disappear one by one until there are no wigglers left! There likely isn't a mom or dad on the planet who hasn't pretended to eat their toddler's fingers and toes, and Fingers for Lunch makes good, clean, but devilish fun of this favorite game. Little readers will be drawn to the bold, colorful illustrations and kid-friendly rhyming text, each page ending with fun sound words like "nibble" or "chomp" or "burp." And once all the fingers are gone, it's easy to start back at the beginning, this time with mom or dad's fingers in the holes--if they're willing to risk it!