What is that, is it the sun? Here's a tree, and that's a bird. Introduce your baby to their first words with this Day and Night Book from Petit Collage.
The hardcover book features rounded corners and sturdy accordion pages that fold out to reveal first words and bold graphics. It also features daytime activities on one side and bedtime routine on the other.
From baby's tummy time to toddler's first words, this little book is perfect for small hands and grows with your child.
A great companion for daily routines from morning to night.
Teaches baby first words with colorful illustrations
Printed with vegetable inks
Makes a great baby shower gift
Perfect for ages 0+
Teddy's Travels Picture Book
Join Teddy as he takes trips via bicycle, car, boat, and plane in this timeless reproduction of a classic mid-century modern children's tale. A valuable lesson that travel is fun but doesn't always go your way and ultimately... there is no place like home!
This book is a happy story about the activities of one of halloween's most iconic figures: the black cat.
this book shows how fully black cats enter into the spirit of halloween. We see black cats with jack-o-lanterns, witches of all varieties, and owls. They join children in trick-or-treating and do their best to be "scary ". Some wear costumes in the spirit of the holiday, and some frolic and dance. Black kittens join the celebration with their feline elders. We have illustrated this charming book with a variety of vintage halloween images, including rare postcards, and featuring iconic halloween symbology. Like a cat, the book’s shape is fun and pleasing, a charming first step into the world of halloween through laughter and curiosity. this book will delight old and young alike with its charm and holiday spirit. It is the perfect way to introduce young children to halloween with fun and style.
Hello Numbers! What Can You Do?
An adventure beyond counting
Hello Numbers! What Can You Do? is not like any other counting book. As each “new One” appears on the scene, the numbers’ antics hint at ever-deeper math. Young readers ages 3 to 6 will not only count along, but begin to wonder about symmetry, angles, shapes, and more.
Written by the mathematician-and-poet team Edmund Harriss and Houston Hughes, and illustrated by longstanding New York Times artist Brian Rea, this rollicking, rhyming book will take you to a whole new world of numbers.
Can We Talk About Consent?
What exactly is consent? Why does it matter? How can you respect other people’s boundaries, and have them respect yours?
Can We Talk About Consent?breaks down the basics of how togive and get consentin every aspect of life for early teens and older (or whenever you want to begin these conversations!). It's a powerful word, but not everyone understands exactly what it means. This stylish guide explains clearly why consent matters—for all of us.
With honest explanations by experienced sex and relationships educator Justin Hancock, you'll learn how consent is a vital part of how we connect with ourselves and our self-esteem, the people close to us, and the wider world.
The book covers a broad range of topics, including:
how we greet each other
how to choose things for ourselves
how we say no to things
communicating and respecting choices in sexual relationships
the factors that can affect a person's ability to choose
how to empower other people by giving them consent
And—there's a whole lot of pizza.
This guide to consent gives you all the tools you need to build consensual relationships.
Scratch and Learn : Human Body
Scratch and Learn: Human Body reveals the human body in a unique scratch-and-uncover format. Every page focuses on a different topic, helping kids to learn about our bones, brains, muscles, and more. Interactive activities are included to assist their understanding of how our bodies function.
The Van Gogh Activity Book
Discover and try his techniques for yourself!
Van Gogh is one of the most famous artist in history, but what is it that makes him stand out from the crowd? Discover the distinctive techniques that if shaped modern art can practice them yourself with fun creative activities. Great for ages 4 to 100
Wings: Birds, Bees, Biplanes, and Other Things With Wings
Wings takes readers on a fact-packed flight over a fascinating subject.
Written by Tracey Turner, it offers a bird’s-eye view of the first airplanes, the fastest jet planes, beetles, birds, winged horses, flying dragons―even winged unicorns. There's fun, easy-to-read information on wings of all kinds, including plenty of STEM material, presented in a mixture of text and speech bubbles that's perfect for readers aged 6 plus.
With Fatti Burke’s stylish and colorful illustrations, Wings is a wonderful journey of discovery.
Developed in consultation with parents, teachers, and a highly respected child psychologist, Bedtime Centering cards are an invaluable resource to ease a child into bedtime, making it an enjoyable winding-down time. 36 illustrated cards offer exercises involving imagination, relaxation, and visualization. Delightful illustrations by Kevin Hawkes. Thoughtful instructions included.
Contains 36 cards, a 3-minute sand timer, a fabric bag, and an instruction booklet.
What could be more exciting than a trip to the beach? Paddling in the shallows, building sandcastles, exploring rock pools and playing games on the sands are just some of the adventures that await the inquisitive mind in this charming book. Brought to life by Alain Grée’s superb nostalgic illustrations from the 1960s and 70s, the book will delight children and grown-ups alike.
Part of a delightful series of books under GMC’s exciting children's imprint, Button Books, Seashore features Alain Grée’s stunning vintage artworks on every page.
Recommended for ages 2-5
Little Legends : Exceptional Men in Black History
Meet the little leaders. They're brave. They're exceptional. They changed the world. Did you know that the father of African cinema was originally a bricklayer? Or that Vogue's editor-at-large read his first Vogue magazine in his local library? Learn all about the exceptional black men who broke barriers and fought injustice to realize their dreams and make the world a better place.
This beautifully illustratedNew York Timesbestseller introduces readers of all ages to 40 women who changed the world.
An important book for all ages, Little Leaders educates and inspires as it relates true stories of forty trailblazing black women in American history.
Illuminating text paired with irresistible illustrations bring to life both iconic and lesser-known female figures of Black history such as abolitionist Sojourner Truth, pilot Bessie Coleman, chemist Alice Ball, politician Shirley Chisholm, mathematician Katherine Johnson, poet Maya Angelou, and filmmaker Julie Dash.
E. B. White Read-Aloud winner Mac Barnett celebrates individuality in a story told with tenderness and subtlety.
It’s John’s big day at school today—a performance for Sharing Gifts time. His bag is carefully packed and prepared, his classmates are ready, and the curtain is waiting to open. John is nervous, looking out at all the other children staring back at him. But he takes a big breath and begins.
Mac Barnett’s compassionate text and Kate Berube’s understated and expressive art tell the story of a kid who finds the courage to show others his talent for dancing.
A lyrical road trip through the Mississippi Delta, exploring the landmarks that shaped one of America’s most beloved musical traditions.One morning Bo Willie finds the doghouse empty and the gate wide open! Farmer Fred says Yellow Dog hit Highway 61 and started running.
One morning Bo Willie finds the doghouse empty and the gate wide open! Farmer Fred says Yellow Dog hit Highway 61 and started running. Aunt Jessie picks up Bo Willie in her pink Cadillac, and together they look for his missing puppy love. Their search leads them from juke joints to tamale stands to streets ringing with the music of B.B. King and Muddy Waters. Where, where did that Yellow Dog go?
Acclaimed creators Alice Faye Duncan and Chris Raschka present a boogie-woogie journey along the Mississippi Blues Trail. With swinging free verse and stunning hand-stitched art, Yellow Dog Blues is a soulful fable about what happens when the blues grabs you and holds on tight.
Love in the Library
Set in an incarceration camp where the United States cruelly detained Japanese Americans during WWII and based on true events, this moving love story finds hope in heartbreak.
To fall in love is already a gift. But to fall in love in a place like Minidoka, a place built to make people feel like they weren’t human—that was miraculous. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Tama is sent to live in a War Relocation Center in the desert. All Japanese Americans from the West Coast—elderly people, children, babies—now live in prison camps like Minidoka. To be who she is has become a crime, it seems, and Tama doesn’t know when or if she will ever leave. Trying not to think of the life she once had, she works in the camp’s tiny library, taking solace in pages bursting with color and light, love and fairness. And she isn’t the only one. George waits each morning by the door, his arms piled with books checked out the day before. As their friendship grows, Tama wonders: Can anyone possibly read so much? Is she the reason George comes to the library every day? Maggie Tokuda-Hall’s beautifully illustrated, elegant love story features a photo of the real Tama and George—the author’s grandparents—along with an afterword and other back matter for readers to learn more about a time in our history that continues to resonate.
This glorious new picture book from two-time Caldecott Medalist Sophie Blackall is as lavish and moving a tribute to a storied, beloved place as Hello Lighthouse.
Over a hill, at the end of a road, by a glittering stream that twists and turns stands a farmhouse.
Step inside the dollhouse-like interior of Farmhouse and relish in the daily life of the family that lives there, rendered in impeccable, thrilling detail. Based on a real family and an actual farmhouse where Sophie salvaged facts and artifacts for the making of this spectacular work, page after page bursts with luminous detail and joy. Join the award-winning, best-selling Sophie Blackall as she takes readers on an enchanting visit to a farmhouse across time, to a place that echoes with stories.
The Ninth Night of Hanukkah
Hanukkah is here, which means eight nights of eating latkes, spinning dreidels and lighting the menorah. Well, a new picture book makes a radical suggestion — a ninth night.
In Erica Perl's new children's book The Ninth Night of Hanukkah, Rachel and Max move into a new apartment with their parents. It's Hanukkah and they can't find the box that contains the family's menorah, dreidel and other supplies.
The Year We Learned to Fly
On a dreary, stuck-inside kind of day, a brother and sister heed their grandmother’s advice: “Use those beautiful and brilliant minds of yours. Lift your arms, close your eyes, take a deep breath, and believe in a thing. Somebody somewhere at some point was just as bored you are now.” And before they know it, their imaginations lift them up and out of their boredom.
Jacqueline Woodson’s lyrical text and Rafael Lopez’s dazzling art celebrate the extraordinary ability to lift ourselves up and imagine a better world.
32 pages, hardcover. Best for ages 5-8.
Ditto Kids Issue 3: Respect
Precio de oferta
We are honored to have Grace Lin join us as the guest editor and special guest writer for issue 3!
Issue three explores the unique culture of Taiwan. In this issue, we learn about respect for ourselves and others! We also explore how to better listen to and respect diverse voices and experiences, especially those of the Asian diaspora.
This issue is 80 pages in length, 8.5"x11" in size, and features a perfect bound, matte soft-touch cover.
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