The author and illustrator of The Miracles of Passover have created another magnificent picture book to celebrate the miracles of the Hebrew scriptures. In this book, the stories of Daniel in the Lions' Den, Noah's Ark, Jonah and the Whale, and other tales are brought together and rendered in glorious images by award-winning illustrator Seymour Chwast.
Who can resist a gift of love? The chance to stay up late, a special dessert, a sleepover — there isn't a boy or girl who wouldn't want to receive a coupon for one of these special treats. Grown-ups will make forty memorable gifts available to the children in their lives when they easily remove the coupons from the book and address them to the recipients in the write-in space on the back of each coupon. Rebecca Doughty's warm and clever drawings highlight each gift of love.
In Coupons for Christmas, children of all ages welcome in the holiday season with gifts of love. Be they coupons for cookies, for mittens, for an ice-skating expedition, or even a visit to St. Nick himself, these books are for everyone searching for the perfect way to show they care.
Designed for the newest of newborns, this unique interactive book features black-and-white illustrations that, with a flip of a page, change from one face to another. Babies will associate the “sound” words with the faces they see. Meow – cat; Woof! Woof! – dog.
Coupons for Readers is the perfect gift to motivate the reader on your list. Filled with coupons for free books, trips to the library or movies, and rewards for achieving reading goals, this one-of-a-kind book is sure to be a hit with your "bookworm." The illustrations provide a delightful mix of energy and humor.
Coupons for Grandkids is positively bursting with special little gifts from grandparents. There are coupons for letter-writing, for sleep-overs, for new stuffed animals, even a coupon for a "build your own sundae."
Dance is not just an art, it's a whole different language! In A Dictionary of Dance, readers will learn about arabesques, break dancing, choreographers, and the zones of the body — everything that comes together to make a dance, whether it's ballet or the polka. Liz Murphy's dynamic and expressive artwork is sure to inspire readers of all ages to get up and dance!
A blue hat becomes a yellow hat, yellow hair becomes red hair, and a red costume becomes yellow. Babies are introduced to the concept of changing colors in this newest addition to the Flip-a-Face family. Researchers tell us that babies focus first on faces, making this book of large, smiling faces the perfect visual stimulation for babies. Playful die cuts and soft foam-filled pages make this award-winning format a baby-friendly book that's sure to engage even the youngest of readers.
A story about sewing and sharing, recycling and remembering, this book follows a special party dress a grandmother makes for her granddaughter. When her granddaughter grows taller, new fabric is added. The next year, the dress is ingeniously turned into a sleeveless jumper. Finally, when the little girl turns ten and is ready for a new outfit, she decides to give the dress to her little cousin so it can be her forever dress.
Liz Murphy's collage artwork is the perfect medium for this inventive story of sewing and altering, mixing and matching, and the rituals that connect generations.
All small children play peek-a-boo. In Peek-a-Boo, Papa!, he/she will find animals from the wild, including zebras, crocodiles, and wildebeests.