Picture books are often the first books enjoyed by young children, and are an important source of new language, concepts, and lessons for them. They form the basis for introducing young children to a love of stories, books, and reading. Perhaps most importantly, the experience offers a beautiful bonding opportunity for a parent/ grandparent/ older sibling with a child. And, of course, they are often very beautiful to look at - classics to be enjoyed by all ages.
Peter Donnelly, author of the award-winning President picture book series, is back with a new character, Mr Gray: a very serious man in charge of a very old museum filled with stuffed animals. When a real live mouse decides to move into the Dead Zoo, chaos ensues ...
The Board Book edition of this much-loved classic. Sometimes, when you love someone very, very much, you want to find a way of describing how much you treasure them. But, as Little Nutbrown Hare and Big Nutbrown Hare discover, love is not always an easy thing to measure.
When a lion visits the library, no one knows what to do: there are no rules about lions in the library. But soon he's indispensable - "What a helpful lion," people say. "How did we ever get along without him?" But one day the head librarian falls and breaks her arm, and the only way the lion can get help is to roar. And that is breaking the rules.
Hedgehog and Tortoise were the best of friends. So the two friends wave to each other, blow kisses, sing songs, dance around and write letters. And even though they can't hug and they can't touch, they both know that they are loved. A gorgeous, uplifting, inspiring picture book that makes social distancing fun!