Awesome insects decorate these eye-catching number wall cards. One side features an insect built from a number that reflects its numerical feat (e.g., 50 comprises the dragonfly because it catches and eats about 50 mosquitos each day). When the cards are flipped over, the numbers 1-25 are displayed for more counting games and simple arithmetic skills. It's an engaging and entertaining way to look at and learn about bugs and their many numbers.
The winsome art of Liz Murphy is presented in a new format: animal postcards that can be removed from the book and sent to friends, complete with sayings such as "Have a bow-wow birthday!" All the pages are perforated so that after the postcards have been sent, a mini-book remains, complete with art and fact-filled text about each animal.
Posey doesn't just love pink (and purple) and painting; she loves to throw a party! Will Posey serve pink or purple treats? Will the decorations be pink or purple? What will Posey wear, and whom will she invite? Hard decisions . . . but whatever Posey decides, there are sure to be plenty of P words—pizza, pasta, and piano performances—and the end result will be perfect!
Meet Posey. She wears pink clothes, has a pink room, rides a pink bike, and prefers pink desserts. Everything in her pink world is just the way she likes it . . . but what if another color catches her eye? With adorable anime-like illustrations from Yukiko Kido, this book is sure to strike a chord with opinionated little girls and their parents.
Posey is back and learning how to paint! In this charming story, the heroine of Posey Prefers Pink gets a lesson in painting from her mom. While mopping up spills and mixing colors, Posey learns how to turn a mistake into a work of art!
It turns out that a skunk wants a big bottle of French perfume . . . and a spider hopes to find a spinning wheel waiting for her on Christmas morning! Deborah Zemke's cheerful, expressive artwork is always a hit, and it's on full display in this fun Christmas wish list for the animal kingdom.
Around the neighborhood with DwellStudio:
DwellStudio’s newest lift-the-flap board book takes a stylish tour of five different neighborhood locations: firehouse, grocery store, library, pizzeria, and hardware store. Young readers will lift the flaps and discover what’s inside each building: from a fire truck and hose in the firehouse to books and chairs in the library to pizza pies and napkins at the pizzeria.
Learn the ABCs with style!
DwellStudio lends its inimitable design sensibility to these oversize A-to-Z wall cards. Toddlers and preschool-age children will love the charming images drawn from DwellStudio’s best-selling children’s lines, and parents will appreciate the clean lines and modern design aesthetic. These stylish cards will look equally at home on the playroom floor and the living room coffee table.
Beet on the street? Learn about long vowel sounds in this new Flip-a-Word book. This bright and bold book uses phonics and die-cut pages to teach word recognition and rhyming patterns. Playful illustrations in a Japanese style will appeal to kids and help make learning to read fun!
A cat turns into a bat, turns into a rat, turns into a hat! Just flip the pages and—presto-change-o!—a different word and picture appear. This bright, bold, friendly book uses phonics to teach word recognition and rhyming patterns. Learning to read has never been so much fun!