New Beginner Books!
Red, Blue, and Yellow, too!- Bright balloon animals introduce the colors of the rainbow.
3-2-1 School is Fun!- Preschool students describe the playful activities
and learning experiences they engage in at school every day, including
stacking blocks, playing music, and listening to story time.
Go, Go, Go!- Lightning McQueen, Mater, Sally, and the rest of
the gang from Disney/Pixar's Cars are back! This super-simple Step 1
reader is perfect for little boys who love cars, trucks, trains, planes,
and everything that goes.
Fred and Ted's Road Trip- Dogs Fred and Ted pack up their cars and go on a road trip, and their different ways of doing things have interesting results.
New Picture Books!
Chalk- A wordless picture book about three children who
go to a park on a rainy day, find some chalk, and draw pictures that
come to life. Also a Young Hoosier Book Nominee.
He Was There From the Day We Moved In- When a family moves into a new house they find a
sheep dog in the backyard that seems to want something, but
four-year-old Ogden, his older brother, and their parents are unable to
discover what it is.
Ten Black Dots- A counting book which shows what can be done with
ten black dots--one can make a sun, two a fox's eyes, or eight the
wheels of a train.
Goodnight Moon ABC: An Alphabet Book- This comforting alphabet book links words and
phrases with familiar images from everyone's favorite bedtime book,
Goodnight Moon. From kittens to stars to yarn, there are so many things
that can be found in the great green room. Search for them all as you
learn your ABC's.
Click, Clack, Quackity-Quack- An assortment of animals gathers for a picnic.
Frisky Brisky Hippity Hop- Photographs and rhyming text follow lively squirrels through the trees and across the ground.
Apple Countdown- Rhyming text describes a school field trip to an
apple orchard, where the students count down all the things they see,
from twenty nametags to one apple pie.
The Construction Alphabet Book- Learn words used in construction and buildings.
One Frog Sang- Introduces the numbers one through ten as more and
more frogs join in the evening song. Count on these frogs for a
luminous read-aloud bursting with lyrical sound play and visual
Rocket Writes A Story- Rocket writes a story about a new friend, the owl.
The Monster Who Did My Math- When a monster offers to help a boy who is afraid
of numbers by doing his math homework, the boy eagerly signs a contract
and agrees to pay later, but the first time he is asked to solve a
problem in class and cannot, he realizes he has gotten no bargain.
Lost and Found- Justin has lost the hat his grandmother made for
him, and if he is to find it in time for her visit he will have to go
talk to Mr. Rumkowsky, the gruff old school custodian in charge of the
Lost and Found.