By Running Press, Lydia Nichols
A red crayon, an orange pumpkin, a purple cat, a black vampire, a white ghost and more are included in this adorable Halloween colors book for toddlers. With Lydia Nichols's fresh yet retro style illustrations and spot glitter making the cover extra festive, this board book is sure to be the perfect gift for young trick-or-treaters at Halloween.
Hands Say Love
By George Shannon, Taeeun Yoo
Hands touch, hold, and hug. Hands feed, give, and share. Hands create, mend, and heal. Hands say LOVE! Every day our hands show the most important people in our lives how we care about them, from parents helping children learn to walk, to families playing and working together, to friends waving hello and goodbye. This perfect read-aloud for toddlers celebrates the many hands-on moments we share, and reminds us that even the simplest gesture can be a profound expression of love.
By Karma Wilson, Jim McMullan
Those horses didn't sleep one bit.They frolicked on the loose.They joined in games like Hide-n-Seek,Leapfrog, and Duck, Duck, Goose. "So this is why you snooze all day. I thought I told you NO HORSEPLAY!"When his stubborn horses insist on playing games all night instead of sleeping, one determined farmer wears himself out trying to change their habits. Told in clever rhyming verse throughout, Horseplay will engage parents and kids alike as they follow mischievous horses who just won't go to bed!
How Many Kisses Do You Want Tonight?
By Varsha Bajaj
As the day comes to an end, each precious little animal nestles into its cosy place and waits to be tucked in by its parent. Bears, horses, bunnies, ducks and even snakes and spiders request the required number of goodnight kisses to egt them to drift off to sleep. From one to ten (and then some!) these tender kisses are part of a reassuring bedtime ritual for animals and people alike.Readers will delight in counting the kisses and naming the animals and the adorable illustrations and soothing text make this a perfect bedtime story, helping parents create a special ritual to get their little ones off to sleep.
By Patrick McDonnell
There was once a kitten so filled with love he wanted to give the whole world a hug!Jules the kitten (also known in the MUTTS cartoons as 'Shtinky Puddin'") knows that hugs can make the world a better place. So he makes a 'Hug To-Do List' - with the endangered species at the top - and travels the globe to show all of the animals that someone cares. From Africa to the North Pole to his own back yard, Jules proves a hug is the simplest - but kindest - gift we can give. With its gently environmental theme, this joyous story about sharing love is an ideal gift year-round.
Hugs And Kisses
By Rachael Hale
Combining both of Rachael Hale's most popular subjects, this delightful board book is a celebration of affection and love. Little ones will read along as irresistibly cute babies and their animal friends exchange tender hugs and kisses . The heartwarming photographs are presented alongside sweet rhyming text.Acclaimed photographer Rachael Hale uses her lens, her love of animals, and a great deal of patience, to create this enchanting perspective.
By Elizabeth Moon
Heris Serrano was an officer born of a long line of officers, and a life serving in the ranks of the Regular Space Service was all she had ever known and all she ever wanted - until a treacherous superior officer forced her to resign her commission. This was not just the end of a career path; it was the end of everything that gave her life meaning. But even ex-Fleet captains have to eat, and Heris finds employment as 'Captain' of an interstellar luxury yacht, working for the eccentric Lady Cecelia de Marktos. Being a rich old lady's chauffeur isn't quite the same as captaining a Fleet cruiser, but nothing Heris will ever do again will compare with that. Or so she thinks . . .For all is not as it seems aboard the Sweet Delight. The smuggling ring is only the start of it. For on a visit to a seemingly innocuous pleasure planet, Heris stumbles across a very sinister hunting club and finds herself fighting for her life - and for the lives of friends she thought she'd never see again.