Your newborn is comforted by the sounds and rhythms of this special lullaby. Tips for reading and sharing: read this poem while rocking your child to sleep. Try reading this book before bedtime to establish a ritual. Talk about various animals in the story and what sounds they make.
Soon there will be a new baby in Little Bunny’s family. Little Bunny asks all sorts of questions and helps Mama and Papa get ready for the baby.
Curtis, a young frog and a wrestling fan, is thrilled when his father Big Daddy returns to his wrestling career.
From the team of “Dry Days, Wet Nights,” “Little Bunny’s Preschool Countdown” and “Little Bunny’s Cool Tool Set” comes a new Little Bunny story about letting go of something you love.
LB finally saves enough money for a tool set complete with hammer, screwdriver, and a level. He is excited to show his tools to his classmates, but finds it hard to let anyone else touch them. When Patrick grabs the level, LB gives Patrick a push. With the help of their teacher, LB and Patrick come to understand more about sharing and friendship.
Little Bear wants to stop wetting his bed at night, and his mother patiently helps him realize that that will happen when the time is right.
Little Bunny, hero of Dry Days, Wet Nights, will soon be starting preschool. After Cousin Maxine tells him that preschool is scary, LB buries his schoolbag in the strawberry patch. When Mama finds them, she tells LB that although it is scary to try something new, preschool will be fun!
Animal mothers sing lullabies to their babies in a language all their own.
Jill has had a wonderful summer, a summer of baseball and swimming lessons and camping. But summer’s almost over and Jill is about to start second grade. She’s not quite sure she’s ready.
A preschooler finds a friend in her neighborhood mail carrier.