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Use active story reading to grow your child’s language. Add an explanation, point out details in the pictures, or make a connection from the book to your child’s experience or knowledge.

Hot Dog, Cold Dog

Story Summary This board book with a child-friendly rhyme creates fun, new ways to think about dogs with big, bright pictures that bring the short phrases to life. 

A Ball for Daisy

Story Summary A  dog and her favorite red ball are inseparable. Daisy loves her ball–she plays with it and sleeps with it.  But what happens when Daisy’s beloved toy is accidentally broken? This wordless book shares the universal...

Jump, Frog, Jump!

Story Summary Full of animals, action, and colorful pictures, Jump, Frog, Jump! is for listening, talking, and moving. A simple repeated phrase keeps toddlers and preschoolers  involved in the action of this story.

The Lion & the Mouse

Story Summary This wordless book retells the classic Aesop’s fable, but with an African setting. A mouse accidentally disturbs the quiet of a lion and expects to get eaten, but is released unharmed by the lion. The mouse remembers this...

Goodnight Moon

Goodnight Moon

Story Summary Goodnight Moon is the story of a child (a small rabbit in the illustrations) who is settling down for the night and is lulled to sleep with the rhythmic words of the story. Millions of copies of this bedtime story have been sold...

Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel

Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel

Story Summary In this classic story from 1939 Mike Mulligan and his steam shovel, Mary Anne, take on a big challenge with determination to work hard and dig the cellar for the new town hall in Popperville. But how can they possibly finish the...


Story Summary Bearymore is a performing circus bear with a problem. After the last show of the season the ringmaster tells Bearymore he must have a new act when the circus opens again in the spring, but how can he think of an idea for his new...