Beginning with Books
Best Books for Babies 2008
From the creator of the Caldecott Honor Book "Have You Seen My Duckling?" comes this new picture book. Just minutes after hatching, a fluffy little chick is found sitting in a big nest. But to whom does he belong?
The Caldecott Medal-winning artist ("Kitten's First Full Moon") returns with a masterful new picture book that looks at a single day from five points of view.
A parade of colorful construction vehicles doing its work means plenty of joyful noise. Kids will love the irresistibly rhythmic text and the adorable, personality-filled vehicles with headlights that look like eyes.
Maisey's Amazing Big Book of Words by Lucy Cousins
This mega-Maisy book is bursting with pictures and first words perfectly suited to a preschooler's brand-new interests. More than 300 wonderful words and 25 fabulous flaps to lift combine in a colorful, can't-put-down collection.
Peek-A-Baby: A Lift the Flap book by Karen Katz
Who's under the hat? Is that you? PEEK-A-BOO! I see you!This adorable book with fun, interactive flaps begs the youngest and eldest of readers to play along! The sturdy format and easy-to-lift flaps are perfect for parents and children to share.
board book, $6.99
Trucks Roll! by George Lyon , illustrated by Craig Frazier
With clear, vivid black and white illustrations that focus on familiar animals engaged in everyday activities, this board book is perfect for the very youngest listeners.
It is not true that toddlers don't like fruits at least, it won't be true after leafing through this delectable board book. Faster than the pages are turned, youngsters will gobble their kiwi and apples! In her uniquely graphic drawings, Sara Anderson conveys through her brilliant use of color the tang of a lemon. Exactly matching the kinds of fruits to be found in the kitchen and on the table, these books will inspire young children to count, classify, identify, add to their vocabularies, and enlarge their repertoires of favorite foods.
board book, $8.95
In her uniquely graphic drawings, Sara Anderson conveys through her brilliant use of color the ripeness of a tomato, the elegance of an eggplant. Exactly matching the kinds vegetables to be found in the kitchen and on the table, this book will inspire young children to count, classify, identify, add to their vocabularies, and enlarge their repertoires of favorite foods. .
board book, $8.95
Global Babies by the Global Fund for Children
The Global Fund For Children develops innovative titles that help young readers expand their appreciation of the multicultural world in which they live. Each book depicts positive images of children, promotes multiculturalism, and integrates the child's perspective into the text. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these books helps support The Global Fund For Children's grantmaking toward community-based projects benefiting children around the world.
board book, $6.95
Whether read straight through or enjoyed a few pages at a time, this charming board book offers plenty of opportunities for parents and babies to enjoy reading together.
board book, $7.99