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An introduction to the alphabet written in Gilbertese and English.
An introduction to numbers written in Gilbertese and English.
An introduction to colours written in Gilbertese and English.
Explores the concept of dressing "like a girl," in which girls dress in space suits, police officer uniforms, and laboratory coats to prove that girls can be anything they want to be.
"When a young girl is asked where she's from--where she's really from--she's no longer as she was. She decides to turn to her dear abuelo for some help with this ever-persistent question. But he doesn't quite give her the answer she expects."--Page ...
"A boy describes the building, people, weather, games, and activities he can observe from his window in a favela, a neighborhood in Rio de Janiero. Includes notes about favelas and the author's experiences growing up in one." --
"Even Olympians have to start somewhere. And in this charming illustrated book, Laurie Hernandez tells the story of Zoe, a little girl who dreams of flying--and becoming a gymnast. When Zoe sees a gymnast on TV, she realizes that gymnastics is just l...
Pete shares some groovy words on kindness in this fun collection of all his favorite famous quotes about having compassion for others and making the world brighter one kind word, act, or gesture at a time. Pete adds his own take on well-known classics,...
After Cow's bad mood spreads to the whole farm, Dog starts a new chain reaction by showing kindness.
When Lulu graduates to a bicycle with training wheels, rusty, old Trike feels lonely in the garage and worries about Lulu's safety on her shiny, new bike.--
Tameika is excited to audition for the school's Snow White musical, but when she overhears her classmates say she is too tall, chubby, and brown to play Snow White, she questions whether she is right for the part.
Wemberly worried about everything. Big things. Little things. And things in between. Then it was time for school to start.And Wemberly worried even more.If you ever worry (or know someone who does), this is the book for you.
A father tells his child about his love, fear, and joy in being her parent.
"From the New York Times bestselling creators of I Am Enough comes an empowering follow-up that celebrates every child's limitless potential. I Believe I Can is an affirmation for boys and girls of every background to love and believe in...
#1 New York Times bestseller James Dean puts a groovy spinto the classic children's song "The Ants Go Marching" with everyone's favorite cool cat. Join Pete the Cat as he rocks out to this classic tune with a supercool twist in this paper-over-board ...
Pete the Cat wakes up feeling grumpy-nothing seems to be going his way. But with the help of some magic sunglasses, Pete learns that a good mood has been inside him all along.
Harvey likes to laugh, run, and play. Harvey can be stubborn when he wants his way. Mommy and Daddy say that sometimes Harvey is a monster!
Learn the alphabet and journey through Tashi's world filled with mythical creatures, wild adventures and magic in a story especially created by Anna and Barbara Fienberg with original artwork by the late illustrator Kim Gamble, beautiful restored and...
When their family takes a beach vacation, Piper and Mabel are left at the Happy Tails Ranch, but run away after seeing it is not a real ranch.
Invites readers to imagine if all their wishes would come true, would they choose fun and games, or, perhaps, to make the world a better place.
When a classmate insists a family must have a mother and a father, Riley fears she will have to choose between Papa and Daddy until her fathers assure her that love makes a family.
Nolan the Narwhal is trying to go to sleep, he really is! But he's thirsty and hungry. There might be a giant sea horse sneaking around, his eyes won't stay shut, and his horn is achy. Maybe just one more playful story filled with deep sea silliness will...
Humpty Dumpty waiting to play. Humpty Dumpty waiting ALL DAY. Poor Humpty Dumpty can't catch a break! He tries to join in but makes a few mistakes. Can Humpty make friends with all the king's horses and all the king's men?
Our poor counter just wants to count her ten elephants, but - POOF! - her magician friend is making it impossible. Ten, nine, eight... each time we get back to counting, one of the elephants has been changed into something unexpected. Puppies, frogs,...
Can you crunch numbers with Shark? Dive into the deep with this animal-shaped board book and join the sea creatures in counting capers all the way up to ten.
Bees buzz, birds sing, and children roll in the grass and feel the heat of the summer sun. With striking verbal imagery, repetition, and alliteration, Kevin Henkes introduces basic concepts of language and the summer season.
Lu and her friends spot patterns in their daily activities, including patterns found in music, weather, time, play, shapes, nature, math, and language.
When old enough to fly alone, Kaiana is given a plane ticket by her family to visit her grandmother, Teiti, who lives on a Pacific Island. There, beside a beach full of creatures, her adventures begin, as does her close relationship with Teiti. It's ...
A children's picture book about a Samoan family set in New Zealand from the perspective of a pakeha girl. A normal event in one culture may seem odd to another culture. But when pakeha Rachel goes with her new Samoan friend Luisa to visit her grandmother,...
Lift the flaps to discover what goes on in the house during one wild week.
Lift the flaps to discover how these animals help each other both night and day.
Both Froggy and Frogilina are running for class president, and both have compelling platforms--but which candidate will voters choose?
Illustrations and easy-to-read text reveal ways nature affects our everyday lives, such as providing food and clothing, and showing when to go to bed and when to get up.
Yoomi loves studying taekwondo and wants to earn a yellow belt, but she is afraid to break a board until Grandma comes to the rescue. Includes facts about taekwondo and glossary of basic Korean terms.
Say hello to Scotland's most famous animals! From leaping red squirrels and hungry highland coos, to jumping dolphins and playful otters, children will love the fun and friendly illustrations. But what's that splash, splash, splashing in Loch Ness?
"Presents a humorous song about a donkey, who is wonky."--Cataloguer.
A stinkingly funny story, featuring a whole range of REAL stinky animals! Lenny the Lemur is on holiday in the Amazon rainforest. He's just settling down for a nice snooze, when a very yucky smell wafts past... Poo-ie! What or who could it be? Lenny sets...
Mother and Father Koala are suspicious of the "other bears." They don't like the panda bears' looks and they don't trust the polar bears. The black bears are too noisy and the brown bears have big teeth. But all their grumpiness melts away as they watch...
In a question and answer game, a teacher and her group see a variety of animals, each one a different colour.
As time goes on, 'Cartwheel' begins to weave a 'new' blanket, one of friendship and a renewed sense of belonging. It is different from the old blanket, but it is eventually just as warm and familiar.
Follows the progress of a hungry little caterpillar as he eats his way through a varied and very large quantity of food until, full at last, he forms a cocoon around himself and goes to sleep and wakes up a butterfly.
A long time ago in Arabia, on the night of the full moon, Ali Baba noticed something very strange as he gathered firewood. A rumbling sound, like thunder, came not from the sky but from beneath the earth..
Noisy Nora is learning to play the violin, but her family isn't sure they can survive it! The lovable heroine of Noisy Nora returns in a new book that will charm parents and children alike. Nora is determined to play the violin, but her parents, sister...
"Alfie wants to be an angel more than anything in the world, but first he has to convince his teacher and class mates that boys as well as girls can be angels.".
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