A wordless book? Is a book a “real” book if it has no words?
Yes! Read More
Yes! Read More
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 emotions of love, loss, and recovery through pictures–you and your child bring the words to the story. Read More
Your 18-month old drops a book off in your lap, climbs up on the chair beside you, grabs the book and opens it to the middle, and wants you to read here. Not the first page–here. After you read that page, she finds another page. Now read there.
Does that sound familiar? Read More
Talking and reading work together toward the same goal: language learning. Read More
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 great kindness and later repays the lion by chewing through ropes that have made the lion a prisoner. Read More
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 since it was first published in 1947–perhaps adding up to billions of bedtime read alouds! Read More
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 job in only one day? Read More