The Knee Book
In the tradition of other body part books such as The Foot Book and Hand, Hand, Finger, Thumb, comes this wonderful Bright and Early storybook by Graham Tether that celebrates knees!
The Nose Book
Having a nose is nothing to sneeze at and Al Perkins playful classic helps young readers understand why.
The Shape of Me and Other Stuff
This wonderful story by Dr. Seuss rejoices in the uniqueness of all things, because everything has a different shape.
The Tooth Book
Who has teeth? The Tooth Book looks around to find out who has them and what you can and can’t use them for.
The Worst Helper Ever!
Charlie Cat is happy to lend a hand, but his mistakes seem to make more work for poor Farmer Pig.
Theres a Wocket in My Pocket
You and your child will have a rib-splitting time reading There’s a Wocket in My Pocket! together.
Wings On Things
Though perhaps best known for his beloved Arthur series, author/illustrator Marc Brown stretches his wings with an amusing look at all kinds of things that canand cantsoar through the air.