Penguin and Pinecone form an unlikely friendship, even when they live far apart.
Brave Cowboy tries to sing his young calf pals to sleep on a dark, dark night, with humorous results.
Illustrations and rhyming text show the enormous and powerful machines that are used to demolish a building so that a playground can be built.
On the drive to Grandma's house, a boy and his mother encounter work crews using machinery and tools to perform roadwork.
Rhythmic text depicts astronauts exploring outer space.
Livi imagines herself as a snake, a gymnast, a rock star, and more as she tries to avoid taking a bath.
Simple, rhyming text celebrates what is nice about mice.
For children who love to dress and those who fight it comes a book that encourages all to find their own style.
Follows a pair of birds on a snowflake-filled journey through a winter landscape, where everything everywhere, from branches and leaves to forests full of trees, is unique.
Little Owl enjoys a lovely night in the forest visiting his friend the raccoon, listening to the frogs croak and the crickets chirp, and watching the fog that hovers overhead.
While other animals migrate, hibernate, or stay busy all winter, a little white rabbit watches.
Douglas--a big, brown, lovable bear--wakes up one morning in need of a hug.
"The lonely chameleon is blue. Even though he tries to fit in by changing color and shape, neither the swirly snail, the green grasshopper, nor the spotty ball wants to be his friend. But there must be someone just like him..."--Jacket.
Fergus is afraid to go in the water, but he and his baby brother Dink find a surfboard while collecting treasures along the seashore.
Lerch the fish is lonely, and after trying to befriend some unreceptive--and inanimate--objects, he finally succeeds in finding a friend.
A captain sails his ship through a strange sea where ducks squeak, bears blow bubbles, there is an odd ship called "Soap," and his voyages always end with the sea's water slowly draining away.
When Duck hears a noise under her bed and runs to fetch help, each animal that hears about it imagines a more dangerous beast in Duck's room.
Excited that spring has finally arrived, Mole tries--unsuccessfully--to wake up Bear, but then he comes up with the perfect plan.
As he hops along a little rabbit wonders what it would be like to be green as grass, tall as fir trees, hard as rocks, and flutter like butterflies.
A flock of doves that has always done everything in exactly the same way endures disruption, and eventutally finds enlightenment, from an outsider.
A small but effervescent overnight guest tries the patience of a curmudgeonly bear who needs absolute quiet to fall asleep.
A shark and a train compete in a series of contests on a seesaw, in hot air balloons, bowling, shooting baskets, playing hide-and-seek, and more.
Little Oink is a neat little pig, but his parents will not allow him to play until he is messy, as pigs should be.
Frankie and Sal have run out of things to do: "We've played every sport ever invented" and "baked enough cookies to feed a small country--" Then Sal hits upon a solution: "Let's do nothing!" How hard could that be?
In this variation on the traditional cumulative rhyme, a monster swallows ants, a lizard, a bat, and other creatures to try to cure a stomach ache than began when he swallowed a tick.