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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.
There are so many AMAZING moms in the world: the chefs, the singers, the athletes. But every mom does one special thing that makes her The Best Mom. What makes YOUR mom the BEST mom?
Bevan is a very old bear. His fur is rather patchy and tatty, but he's just as lovable as ever. Follow Bevan on his adventures from family to family from decade to decade, bringing comfort and love wherever he goes--and discover the life our stuffed friends have after they leave our homes.
In the middle of a Chinese forest, a little round panda munches on bamboo. Where is his place on the big, blue Earth? Perfect for inspiring young minds to think big, this picture book also includes maps, culture, and environment.
When a family of hyenas poses as a human family called the Bolds—living in a suburban house, going to work and school, concealing their animal features under strategic clothing—the whole neighbourhood is in for an adventure. Whether they're fooling the local police or helping other animals "pass" as human, hilarity inevitably ensues. Written by world renowned comedian Julian Clary and brought to laugh-out-loud life by illustrator David Roberts, each book involves more zany fun for the Bolds and
In this deeply moving nonfiction picture book, award-winning author Caren Stelson brings Sachiko Yasui's story of surviving the atomic bombing of Nagasaki and her message of peace to a young audience. Sachiko's family home was about half a mile from where the atomic bomb fell on August 9, 1945. Her family experienced devastating loss. When they returned to the rubble where their home once stood, her father miraculously found their serving bowl fully intact. This delicate, green, leaf-shaped bowl
Breathing, positive self talk, and calming down-mindfulness includes all this and more. Sesame Street characters present big emotions readers have likely faced alongside simple solutions like belly breathing to help kids cope with what they're feeling.
When a boy finds a cape (!!!) he knows it must mean he has a superpower, everyone with a cape has one. But dad is far too distracted to play, until the boy discovers he does have a superpower--a super powerful imagination!--far too powerful for dad to resist. This is a silly celebration of childhood, imagination, and the power of play.
A family of giants drop a crumb of chocolate yule log-but one crumb doesn't matter, does it? But while one little crumb may mean nothing to one person, it could mean everything to someone else.
When Al Rosen helps out at the local newsstand one Christmas Eve, he starts a tradition that spans 30 years of doing small jobs for friends and neighbours so they can enjoy their Christmas holiday.