You might think a book with no pictures seems boring and serious. Except . . . here’s how books work. Everything written on the page has to be said by the person reading it aloud. Even if the words are a preposterous song about eating ants for breakfast, or just a list of astonishingly goofy sounds like BLAGGITY BLAGGITY and GLIBBITY GLOBBITY!
From award-winning author and illustrator Kadir Nelson, comes a beautiful picture book in the tradition of Margaret Wise Brown about a lost little bear searching for home. Along the way he meets many friends who offer him comfort, but not necessarily good advice.
Unable to decide which outfit will make him look cool at school, Pete the Cat considers the many colorful choices in his wardrobe before discovering that it is not what he wears, but how he wears his clothes that makes him cool.
Join Pete as he rides on the bus to school with his friends and hears all the different sounds a bus makes as it drives. Fans of Pete the Cat will sing along with Pete in this rendition of a classic favorite children's song.
In this original version of the traditional tale, the three little pigs are in their usual trouble with the somewhat bad wolf--who is really just very hungry and frustrated that the pizza parlor will not serve him.
The dream train pulls into the station, and one by one the train cars are loaded: polar bears pack the reefer car with ice cream, elephants fill the tanker cars with paints, tortoises stock the auto rack with race cars, bouncy kangaroos stuff the hopper car with balls. Guaranteed to send us off into dreamland!
"When migratory birds fail to return to Gotham and a rash of very strange crimes hits, Batman is able to determine a single culprit: the Penguin. The villain has been training birds in his underground aviary and sending them out to do his bidding. The Dark Knight must fight off and free the feathered flunkies before he can capture the turkey behind it all"
Cleverly shows how Leonardo's ideas foreshadowed modern inventions. At once an artist, inventor, engineer, and scientist, Leonardo da Vinci wrote and drew detailed descriptions of what would later become hang gliders, automobiles, robots, and much more.
Have you ever wondered how the tallest buildings in the world are constructed? What makes them safe? Extreme Structures is a fascinating look at how the coolest buildings and structures in the world were built and what structures will come in the future. Beautiful color images and digital illustrations explain what the future of the designed world will look like.
When a box containing a penguin arrives anonymously on New Year's Day, a family of four is puzzled, but as they continue to receive one penguin each day their problems--and food budget, and storage issues--are multiplied.