This empowering title in the Big Bright Feelings series is about embracing and celebrating what makes you unique.
Norman had always been perfectly normal . . . until one day, he grows a pair of wings! Afraid of what people will think, Norman covers them up with a big coat. Can Norman find the courage to be himself?
This engaging book in the Big Bright Feelings series is a clever take on temper tantrums.
Ravi never minded being the smallest in his family. Until one day, his short arms can't reach the monkey bars, he can't find anyone during hide-and-seek, AND he's too little to ride the big slide. Ravi is so mad--so furious--that he can't control his temper anymore . . .
What fun! A playful pack of dogs chase a ball and find new friends! This Level C book is perfect for kindergarteners and rising first graders.
I see a ball. The bird has the ball. The whale has the ball. The lion has the ball. Gulp! No more ball!
Quicksand bringing you down? Try this very funny science book.
When Jungle Girl falls into some quicksand and starts slowly sinking, Jungle Boy arrives quickly-- and takes the opportunity to tell her how it is formed, what it is made of, and how to get out of it, demonstrating with charts and graphs. Meanwhile, Jungle Girl sinks lower... and lower...
A full-color storybook based on the all-new Disney+ short starring Olaf, the summer-loving snowman from Disney's Frozen and Frozen 2--plus press-out ornaments!
Awesome Man can shoot positronic rays out of his eyeballs, fly as straight as an arrow, and hug mutant Jell-O! Even villains like Professor Von Evil and the Flaming Eyeball are no match for this caped crusader.
But Awesome Man also has a secret. . . . Can you guess what it is?
Have you ever wanted to play when no one else did? On the night of the full moon, Bear wants to celebrate, but none of his friends are interested. The birds want to sleep. Porcupine doesn't get the point. Moose thinks it just won't work. But their lack of interest doesn't stop Bear.
“With familiar bold acrylic backdrops and strong black outlines, Patricelli uses minimalist illustrations to depict the cartoonish little one tackling this rite of passage.” —School Library Journal
“An amusing friendship story that's just right for reading aloud.” —Publishers Weekly
“Everyone’s indeed a winner here.” —Kirkus Reviews
“A sure bet for read-aloud fun.” —Booklist
Toy Story meets Cars in this sweet and relatable story that explores universal themes