When Little Owl falls out of his nest, Squirrel is determined to reunite him with his mommy. Little Owl says Mommy is very big, has pointy ears, and big eyes, but it takes Squirrel several tries to find the right grown-up animal. And wouldn't you know it? Of course Mommy has been looking everywhere for Little Owl!
Get your scary face ready before you start reading this book, because you're going to need it to escape the giant hungry frog! This interactive picture book is just one of many silly stories by Jan Thomas.
Sam and Mrs. Bear wake up super-early to bake cakes for their neighbors. When it's time to deliver them, Mrs. Bear encourages Sam to walk from the truck up to each house all by himself! He's nervous, but he does it!! And when the two of them get home, there are two cakes left, for two charming bears.
Only Mo Willems could pull off penning a manners book that's both on-point and hilarious. We love to use this one at storytime and encourage you to take it home for some extra practice!
No matter where Mr. Snore goes at the busy Sharemore Hotel, there's something that keeps him awake. First it's too noisy. Then it's too crowded. Then it's too damp! Why is it so hard to get some peace and quiet? Perhaps the thirteenth floor of the hotel will be the spot for better luck!
Solomon wants to get dressed all by himself, but a little help from Dad is in order.
Elmo wakes up on World Kindness Day to discover that he's been in someone's thoughts, and that someone has left him a very thoughtful package! Mommy has given him a camera and has challenged him to capture images of kindness all over Sesame Street. With that, Elmo is visiting with Big Bird and Oscar, Rosita and Julia, Snuffy and Grover; and he learns that "Kindness take practice, but when you deliver, you may be surprised -- it's great being the GIVER!"
Would it surprise you to come home with your family one night and discover that all the veggies in your fridge were party animals, uhm, vegetables? Really, you can imagine a string bean showing off some rad hip-hop moves, right? Or a band comprised of a tomato, eggplant, basil, and Swiss chard? Families with even the pickiest eaters are guaranteed to enjoy these dance floor antics, and perhaps some young skeptics will even be convinced to try a nibble of asparagus.