This classic counting story was the first Sandra Boynton book ever published and is now being rereleased in hardcover to celebrate its 45th anniversary!
The story begins quite simply, with no hint of the chaos ahead:
One hippo, all alone, calls two hippos on the phone…
Exuberant hippopotamus guests show up in ever-increasing numbers, until an all-night party
Discover an exploration of BIG feelings that is perfect for fans of social-emotional bestsellers When Sophie Gets Angry -- Really, Really Angry and My Mouth Is a Volcano, from the bestselling author of Beautiful Oops!, Barney Saltzberg!
Sometimes it helps when we talk.
Sometimes there's nothing to say.
I just need a little alone tim
In this sweet story about facing fears, Little Pup has to call up all his courage—and the help of a friend—to go down the playground slide.
A stunningly illustrated picture book debut about a dog's fantastical moonlit adventure and wild new friendship.
Irresistible fun for the littlest readers, who will love getting to boop each snoot!
How many of these snoots could a baby boop?
A cheerful book full of fun quests about animals eating, playing, and sleeping in the woods. For toddlers ages 30 months and up, with a focus on the world around the child.
In the forest live all kinds of cute animals. They feast on nuts and berries, play hide-and-seek, or lie sound asleep on a bed of twigs and leaves.
National Book Award–winning and New York Times bestselling author Ibram X. Kendi (How to Be an Antiracist, Antiracist Baby) returns with a new picture book that serves as a modern bedtime classic.
A confident little Black girl has a fantastic first day of school in this companion to the New York Times bestseller The King of Kindergarten.
A charming, heartfelt picture book debut from Su Youn Lee, Have You Eaten? celebrates one of the many ways we show love, by sharing food.
Coco loved sweet potatoes, and she loved to share them with everyone around her.
Willa Whale is full of worries! Will the party be too loud?
Will she find someone to talk to? Will she get lost in the crowd?
Mr. Fish is Willa's friend, and he'd like to help her out.
Can some of his suggestions help Willa with her doubt?
From the author and illustrator of Pink Is for Boys comes an empowering board book that teaches kids and adults alike that gender cannot define who you are or want to become.
Dolls and trucks are for boys and girls and everyone, as are fabric and wood, flutes and drums, hockey and figure skating, and many more.
From the creator of Maisy, a joyful picture book with a gentle environmental message finds four insect friends in search of a good place to live.