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Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus is pure entertainment for children! An award-winning, laugh-out-loud picture book about a demanding pigeon who doesn’t get his own way. Any adult who has spent time with a preschooler can relate to this book.
Stack the Cats is ideal for new readers, with a perfect amount of simple and repetitive words, plus a few additional to challenge. It introduces not only counting, but expands a child’s mind to begin thinking about simple addition. This book is a great addition for any child’s bookshelf!
In this modern world where both children and adults are increasingly becoming disconnected, Breath Like a Bear helps kids connect to themselves, whether it’s to find their own inner calm or strong energy. A beautifully illustrated, age appropriate guide to mindfulness.
With flawless rhythmic verse making it perfect to read out-loud, The Snail and the Whale is a gem of a story and in my opinion, one of the best created by the award-winning team of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Told through rhyme and vivid illustrations, When God Made You is the perfect book for any family wanting to help their children discover their place in the world as they grow and feel deeply loved.
Your Baby’s First Word Will Be Dada, is a great sit-in-your-lap read out loud book for ages 1 – 3 years. The animal sounds and cute pictures make this one perfect for very young children.
The Pout-Pout Fish is a wonderfully illustrated story about changing one’s attitude and turning that frown upside-down. It’s a thoroughly enjoyable read and a welcome edition to any child’s book shelf.
The Angry Dragon helps young children manage their anger and is a great starting point to begin talking about emotions and learning to understand how anger feels and affects them.
If I Built a School is a joyful, enthusiastic book that is sure to intrigue even the most reluctant readers and lead to some interesting discussions. Everything about this book is a winner!
Make Way for Ducklings has stood the test of time and this book is a fantastic reminder that new doesn’t necessarily mean better. This is an adorable classic book with family as the central theme. It’s a beautiful and charming edition to any children’s book collection.