Mix anything together and who knows what you’ll get. You may create something wonderfully different! 13 fun and bouncy poems illustrates the concept of combining things.
Caramba's troublesome little brother Henry learns to fly and breaks free from the string Caramba has tied around his waist, and it is dark when Caramba and his friend Portia finally find the little boy.
After a baby is born to the happy couple, all is blissful until their bundle of joy begins crying. Only when the two are almost at wit's end does Miriam suddenly know, exactly what she must do.
When Harry and his best friend Horsie build a robot that can reach the cookie jar for them, it goes out of control and wreaks havoc around the city.
Explore numeracy, sorting, and pairing with familiar objects ranging from kites to socks, from one nest to the two birds sitting in it.
Picture a tree, from every season, and from every angle. These wondrous beings give shade and shelter. They protect, and bring beauty to, any landscape. Now look again. Look closer.
Before he leaves on his first day of school, Chepito plays outside and encounters many different people in his neighborhood who are all reading, and each person has a different response when Chepito asks them "Why?"
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Ages: 0-5 years