Mother Hen tries one silly thing after another to try to make her egg hatch.
Elmo from Sesame Srtreet is the star of this book. Using repetition and imitation the book ends with a triumphant finale in which parent and child answer the question "how big is the baby?" Sooooooo big!
Different kinds of animals say hello in their own way.This is an ideal read-a loud for the very youngest listeners.
A penguin made a friend who was a spectacular dancer, but now he con't find him anywhere. Waddle. Waddle. Belly Slide! along as his search takes him high and low.
Dergio is a penguin that loves water, but not the deep kind. His class is taking a swimming trip and Segio is scared. Will he learn to love the deep water too?
Pony eats a lot, and after he eats he always brushes his teeth just like dad.
A baby dragon is in this book and her sneeze has set it on fire! You must put out the flames. An interactive read-aloud that have the kids blowing, flapping, and waving.
Join your freinds from Sesame Street and discover all the forms that love can take!
It's Baby's birthday, and he looks everywhere for his birthday cake. Is it in the fridge? Nope. Is it under Mommy's bed? Nope. Where could it be?
The kangaroo, swan, and many other animals have mothers. This repetitive story is great for getting young ones to repeat the refrain.