From bear hugs to kitty cat hugs, little Daniel is good at giving all sorts of animal hugs to his family. But can you guess his mom's favorite type of hug? A fun, imaginative and interactive picture book designed to be read with preschool children, "What Kind Of Hug Was That?" will help your child learn about animals, animal sounds and the joy of giving hugs to family members. Praise for What Kind Of Hug Was That?"Hugs in all shapes and sizes for everyone! You will to family members. Praise for What Kind Of Hug Was That?"Hugs in all shapes and sizes for everyone! You will read this time and again!"--Jan Allio"A delightful book for children! What kind of hug will be your favorite?"--Wendy Klohr… read more
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The Balloon who was afraid of heights tells the story of Rosie, a balloon that always wanted to be safe so she never left home…unt...il the day she meets Ribbon, a world traveler who shows Rosie the world is meant to be explored. read more
This fresh, visually sophisticated follow-up to Who Done It? and Who What Where? tackles the topic of memory, as each page asks th...e reader to remember a detail about the characters featured on the page before. With die-cuts, clever folds, and imaginative illustrations, this book requires the sharpest readers' keen attention! The call to action on every page makes this a wonderful lap read or read-aloud, and kids of all ages will love the memory games. read more
Endless Games' That Was Awkward is a fun game of absurdity. Players take turns doing something ridiculous while saying something e...qually absurd. However, points are only awarded if your opponents think you've earned it. Great for your next dinner party. read more
How awkward are you willing to look in front of your friends to win the game? Will you pretend you are hula hooping while talking ...like you're drunk? Keep periodically sniffing your finger while describing the boldest thing you've ever done while you were naked? Players take turns doing something ridiculous while saying something equally absurd. But you'll only get points if your opponents think you've earned it! read more
A heartwarming magical tale about a little bat who decides he will never let darkness take over the world again... Full color, com...ic-like picture book for children and adults alike. read more
Snowflakes are one of a kind―and so are these foil-edged stickers that reflect and shine when you move them from side to side. Per...fect for Christmas or winter parties, they also help teach boys and girls that they are special and unique. Largest stickers are 1¼" x 1¼". Six sheets, 13 stickers per sheet; 78 stickers per package. read more
This That's What Domo Said button measures 1.25 inches in diameter.
Vividly illustrated children's book about loving who you are. Just like people, dragons come in all shapes and sizes...what kind o...f dragon would you be? read more
Nothing could make Bud happier than to stay in his tree forever, but his friends Chip, and Third-Leaf-From-The-End, decide it woul...d be even more fun to be on the ground and go anywhere the wind would carry them.Bud hangs on alone in the big maple tree and watches as his friends below are raked into piles by the children who sat in his leafy shadows last summer. He longingly watches as the wind scoots them laughing all the way across the street.Soon the snow flakes of winter bolt into Bud with such force he can't hang on any longer and lets go. He swirls down and lands on top of a snowman. A small girl takes Bud because he is still so beautiful and places him between none other than Chip and Third-Leaf-From-The-End; and now they all can be together for ever. read more
Another classic from the author of the internationally bestselling The OutsidersContinue celebrating 50 years of The Outsiders by ...reading this companion novel. That Was Then, This is Now is S. E. Hinton's moving portrait of the bond between best friends Bryon and Mark and the tensions that develop between them as they begin to grow up and grow apart. "A mature, disciplined novel which excites a response in the reader . . . Hard to forget."—The New York Times read more
Zoe is the youngest of the hatchlings and unlike her siblings is afraid to leave the nest. Her fear of flying is so great that it ...has the potential to be life threatening. If she can't leave the nest and find food and shelter of her own, she will be left all alone. Can Zoe overcome her fear and find her independence? Can Zoe rely on God to guide her from the nest? When faced with the ultimate ledge of life, we must trust in a power greater than ourselves that we'll either learn to ﬂy or a way will be provided for us to cross to the other side. Will Zoe find this hope, courage, and reliance on something much bigger than she is? As those who love her most find themselves helpless, can they, too, find the hope, courage, and reliance on something much bigger to see Zoe through? Can they all take that first step of helplessness to accepting the full control of God's divine power and grace? read more
Have you ever felt a little different from others? This magical story will make you realize just how special you really are. Come ...and meet Uni, a very special unicorn. Uni doesn't like to do the things that most other unicorns her age like to do. When Uni discovers she is different, her mama helps her understand why being "different, not less" is a beautiful thing. read more
Take a field trip with Ms. Gwinn's class and discover how fun and educational being in the outside world can be. More than 25 beau...tiful illustrations take you to each place the students visit along their nature walk. Meet the various animals they encounter, from squirrels, to rabbits, and the dreaded rat, and learn identifying characteristics of each. Learn about the environment and what can be done to help protect it. Adults and children alike will be laughing out loud at the humorous ending. A great read for at home and in the classroom. Grades 3-5. read more
There are three things that all respectable dragons need: strong wings for flying, strong lungs for breathing fire, and strong, sh...iny scales to guard them from the dragon slayers. But Bluey the Dragon has none of these things. Even so, Bluey has other abilities, some of them truly wonderful—if only he can work out what they are! That's What Wings Are For is a touching fable about discovering that thing that you do the best, and finding a way to do it. read more
Archie Bear is a hero! No blackberry bush is too prickly and no tree too tall to stop him helping a friend in need. But all this h...elping Rabbit, Moley and Mouse is a messy business! Soon icky juice and sticky mud have covered the new jumper Archie's mummy knitted for him. Oh no! Whatever will he do? A reassuring tale of friendship for all brave little heroes! This sweet, funny tale is written by Julia Hubery (A Friend Like You, Who Loves Baby) and illustrated by Caroline Pedler (Don't Wake the Bear, Hare! and There's No Such Thing As Monsters). read more
Badger, Hedgehog, and the rest of their friends are enjoying a beautiful, hot summer day. Suddenly, Mouse runs up to them. “The st...ream has run out of water”, she cries. The friends set off to see for themselves. Badger knows they need to fix things, and quickly. But how? read more
Intended for ages 5-9, this informative book introduces young readers to the defining characteristics of the various groups of ani...mals that make up the animal kingdom. The bodies of many animals, including several types of mammals, fish, reptiles, birds, and arthropods, are described in simple, easy-to-understand text. Children will learn about: invertebrate and vertebrate animals; warm-blooded and cold-blooded animals; how animals move; the habitats of different animals; and how various animals find food. read more