This board book set includes:
1. Froggy Gets Dressed:
Rambunctious Froggy hops out into the snow for a winter frolic but is called back by his mother to put on some necessary articles of clothing.
2. Five Little Monkeys:
As soon as they say good night to Mama, the five little monkeys start to jump on their bed. But trouble lies ahead as, one by one, they fall off and hurt themselves. "Whether sublimely happy or ridiculously goofy, Christelow's expressive monkeys pack a lot of appeal." -- School Library Journal.
3. Mouse Paint:
Mouse Paint is a lighthearted introduction to color concepts for young children. Three white mice find three jars of paint - red, blue, and yellow. They jump in and out, dance in the puddles, and discover some amazing things - things like green...and orange...and purple
Yet they never forget about the cat.
Ellen Stoll Walsh's mice are enchanting. Their antics will delight children learning colors - and their parents as well.
4. Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
With more than two million copies sold, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? has opened up a world of learning to a generation of children. For this edition, created for the twenty-fifth anniversay in 1992, Bill Martin, Jr., restored his text to its original wording. And Eric Carle created all new pictures—based on the originals, but clearer, brighter, and truer to the colors they represent.
5. Bear Snores On:
One by one, a whole host of different animals and birds find their way out of the cold and into Bear's cave to warm up. But even after the tea has been brewed and the corn has been popped, Bear just snores on!
See what happens when he finally wakes up and finds his cave full of uninvited guests — all of them having a party without him!
6. The Three Bears:
Who's been sleeping in Baby Bear's bed? In a rhythmic text with striking pictures, Byron Barton retells the classic fairytale of the three bears and a little girl named Goldilocks. This sturdy board book edition is not too big, not too small, but just right for toddlers.
Accompanied by bold and vibrant colored paintings, Barton's story includes the rhythmic refrain children love to hear.
Supports the Common Core State Standards
7. Chicka Chicka ABC:
A told B,
and B told C,
“I’ll meet you at the top of
the coconut tree.”
So begins the lively alphabet rhyme that children and their parents love to recite. Bill Martin Jr and John Archambault’s rhythmic chant and Lois Ehlert’s bold, cheerful art have made Chicka Chicka Boom Boom a favorite for twenty years!
8. Quick as a Cricket:
A celebration of a child's growing self awareness, and a prime example of how books can contribute to this. Whether brave or shy, strong or weak, in the end the young boy celebrates all different, apparently contradictory parts of himself.
Don Freeman's classic character, Corduroy, is even more popular today then he was when he first came on the scene in 1968. This story of a small teddy bear waiting on a department store shelf for a child’s friendship has appealed to young readers generation after generation.
10. Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?
Children will chant the rhythmic words. They'll make the sounds the animals make. And they'll pretend to be the zoo animals featured in the book-- look at the last page!
Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle are two of the most respected names in children's education and children's illustrations. This collaboration, their first since the classic Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?(published more than thirty years ago and still a best-seller) shows two masters at their best.
A Redbook Children's Picture Book Award winner
The rollicking companion to Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?