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Meet Herbert, the rabbit who knows he was born to be a fox. When his mommy isn't looking, he puts on pointy fox ears, makes himself a bushy tail, and asks his sister to paint him orange, just like a fox. But Mommy doesn't understand; why can't he just be a good rabbit? This delightful picture book is a true celebration of being ourselves and supporting our loved ones. Let this joyful tale inspire you to be who you are and follow your dreams.
Even before little ones learn to read, they can learn to love books with Active Minds Graphic Novels. The graphic novel style teaches narrative structure, while animal pals and busy Seek and Find scenes keep kids engaged. It's perfect for reluctant readers and book lovers alike!
Inspire little ones to explore and appreciate nature with these cozy board books. Short expressive lines with repeated words and warm, friendly illustrations make these perfect for sharing with babies and toddlers at storytime or bedtime.
Amira's Suitcase is a gentle, thoughtful story about a little girl who arrives at a settlement camp with her family and a few suitcases. Before long, she finds a sprouting seed growing inside her suitcase and lovingly begins to nurture and look after the seed, like a new friend. This story encourages children to think about the process of nurturing something and helping it to grow. Exploring the key themes of friendship and inclusivity, this story ultimately shows that kindness can flourish even
Ana & Andrew are always on an adventure! They live in Washington, DC with their parents, but with family in Savannah, Georgia and Trinidad, there's always something exciting and new to learn about African American history and culture.
As a trio of tired tots settles into bed for the night, the sheep who should be helping them count down to slumber kick up their hooves instead in an energetic dance performance. Starting with one little lamb and counting up to 10, these "sleep" sheep tap, waltz, tango, and even boogie as they get their nighttime groove on. But finally, after their energy is danced out, nap sheep lull everyone to sleep.
Rhyming verse describes different ways in which readers can ""be a bridge,"" from welcoming a new student and listening respectfully when someone else is talking to standing up to a bully and comforting a classmate who is upset.
Play soccer, take turns on the playground, count for hide-and-seek, and more in this fiction series about good sportsmanship. Each story features carefully levelled text to support emergent readers while tackling key topics.
A laugh-out-loud book about an inventive, proactive little girl who decides she needs a new friend. This is an adorable, heartwarming story about an unusual friendship. The book teaches children to understand and appreciate each other's differences and that best friends don’t always need to like the same things.
Otis is afraid of bees. Grandpa tells Otis, "Bees are amazing insects," and together they visit a bee farm, where Otis learns that while "bee love" can be hard, it is also important.