Every Down Has an Up

Every Down Has an Up

0 Publishing


“Every arrive has a depart. Every near has a far.” Follow along with a little girl, her dad, and their pet Dachshund as they take an airplane ride to meet her mom. Their day starts at one airport and ends at another. Young readers will learn pairs of antonyms along the way in this fresh take on the...[more]


Every Stop Has a Go

Every Stop Has a Go

0 Publishing


“Every arrive has a depart. Every near has a far.” Follow along with a little girl, her dad, and their pet Dachshund as they take an airplane ride to meet her mom. Their day starts at one airport and ends at another. Young readers will learn pairs of antonyms along the way in this fresh take on the...[more]


Buckin' Billy, the Colt Who Wouldn't Wear a Saddle

Buckin' Billy, the Colt Who Wouldn't Wear a Saddle

0 Publishing


Cowboy Ed can’t seem to “gentle” his headstrong colt, Bill. With sage advice from Cowgirl Sue, Ed slowly gains Bill’s trust, getting him to wear a bit, blanket, saddle, and eventually Ed himself! This Western tale with the age-old moral “You catch more flies with honey than vinegar” will...[more]


Here Comes the Airplane

Here Comes the Airplane

0 Publishing


For breakfast, lunch, or any munch-time, the “here comes the airplane” classic baby- feeding tactic gets added mileage via a charming board book and spoon—with wings! A spoon fashioned into an airplane-utensil adds fun, visual appeal, and reinforcement to parents’ “here comes the airplane!” Accompanying...[more]


It's Time to Take a Nap

It's Time to Take a Nap

0 Publishing


Based loosely on the Comden & Green song “I Said Good Morning,” jaunty verse takes readers to different landscapes in which a small boy is saying so many “good mornings” that by the time he is done, it’s nap-time! All are rendered in Barroux’s signature droll and endearing style.


It's Time to Go to Sleep

It's Time to Go to Sleep

0 Publishing


Based loosely on the Comden & Green song “I Said Good Morning,” jaunty verse takes readers to different landscapes in which a small boy says “Good night!” to everyone and everything in sight. By the time he is done with his exhaustive list of “good nights,” he is asleep himself! All are rendered...[more]


Hey, Baby, It's Time to Come Out!

Hey, Baby, It's Time to Come Out!

Knockknock Publishing


Max does everything he can think of to encourage his new sibling to be born. Nothing seems to work, until . . . Expectant parents will want to read the delightful story about the anticipation of a new arrival with their children, and soon-to-be older siblings are sure to identify with Max.


101 Ways to Be a Good Granny

101 Ways to Be a Good Granny

Blueapple Publishing


This book presents a list of all the ways grandmas can be amazing, using directive verbs that are sure to elicit giggles from readers young and old. Examples include "be a chauffeur," "make macaroni and cheese from scratch," "go for manicures," and "dig for clams." There are so many kinds of good grandmas,...[more]


Where Does Kitty Go in the Rain? Expanded Version

Where Does Kitty Go in the Rain? Expanded Version

Blueapple Publishing


A little girl steps out into her rainy yard in search of her missing kitten. She discovers a series of charming garden denizens on the way to finding Kitty. After celebrating the glories of a rainy day, the book ends with a heartwarming reunion between girl and cat.


Does an Owl Wear Eye Glasses?

Does an Owl Wear Eye Glasses?

Blueapple Publishing


Each book in the 12-book Think About... series opens with a helpful letter to parents explaining ways to use the book\'s material. Does an Owl Wear Eyeglasses? explores the eyes and sight-abilities of various animals--and why most don\'t need or won\'t ever wear glasses. A funny, kid-like question (\"Does...[more]


Does a Hippo Go to the Doctor?

Does a Hippo Go to the Doctor?

Blueapple Publishing


Does a hippo go to the doctor? Does a cat? Do you? Let\'s think about it! Each title in the 12-book Think About... series opens with a helpful letter to parents explaining ways to use the material in the books with their kids. Does a Hippo Go to the Doctor? explores and explains why animals in the wild...[more]


Does a Seal Smile?

Does a Seal Smile?

Blueapple Publishing


Does a seal smile? Does a chimp give a high-five? Do you? Let\'s think about it! Each book in the 12-book Think About... series opens with a helpful letter to parents explaining ways to use the material in the books with their kids. Does a Seal Smile? explores the ways and meanings of body and facial...[more]


Does a Tiger Go to the Dentist?

Does a Tiger Go to the Dentist?

Blueapple Publishing


Does a crocodile go to the dentist? Do giraffes get cavities? Do you? Let's think about it! Each book in the 12-book Think About... series opens with a helpful letter to parents explaining ways to use the material in the books with their kids. Does a Tiger Go to the Dentist? explores and explains why...[more]


The Banana Bunch and the Birthday Party

The Banana Bunch and the Birthday Party

Blueapple Publishing


The kid-club called the Banana Bunch offers early-chapter readers a fun group of pals and classic childhood escapades. In this Banana Bunch installation, the club-buddies decide to put together a surprise birthday party for their dog club-member, Scruffy. They divvie up the party preparations--decorating...[more]


The Banana Bunch and the Magic Show

The Banana Bunch and the Magic Show

Blueapple Publishing


In this Banana Bunch installation, the club-buddies play hide-and-go-seek, share a picnic, come up with a secret club password, and decide to raise some revenue by putting on a magic show. At 50-cents per ticket, they know that their acts better be good! Mindreading Molly and coin and card tricks all...[more]


You Can\'t Ride a Bycicle to the Moon!

You Can\'t Ride a Bycicle to the Moon!

Blueapple Publishing


This fun and informative book looks at space and how it work. It is sure to intrigue young readers.


Posey Plans a Party

Posey Plans a Party

Blueapple Publishing


Think Pink! Think Party! Think Posey! \"Posey Plans a Party\" has a lot of \"p-word\" alliteration and asks kids to count how many \"p\" words are in the story. The plot portrays Posey and her family planning, assembling, and enjoying a tea party. It\'s a perfectly pink primer on party planning--the...[more]


Happy Day

Happy Day

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


I Say Yes, I Say No

I Say Yes, I Say No

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


Greenie Grows a Garden

Greenie Grows a Garden

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


Are You my Brown Bear?

Are You my Brown Bear?

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


Where Does Kitty Go in the Rain?

Where Does Kitty Go in the Rain?

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an overview...[more]


Stop and Go!

Stop and Go!

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


Shopping with Daddy

Shopping with Daddy

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


Zoom Zoom

Zoom Zoom

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


Why Do Flowers Grow?

Why Do Flowers Grow?

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


Sleepy Barker

Sleepy Barker

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


It's Raining Cats and Frogs!

It's Raining Cats and Frogs!

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


One Kiss for Grandpa

One Kiss for Grandpa

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


Just Like Mommy! Just Like Daddy!

Just Like Mommy! Just Like Daddy!

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


Max and Sarah Build a Snowman

Max and Sarah Build a Snowman

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


Little Princess Makes a Splash

Little Princess Makes a Splash

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


I See You

I See You

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an...[more]


Ding Ding: Can you Hear a Bell Ring

Ding Ding: Can you Hear a Bell Ring

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an overview...[more]


Chocolate Mud Cake

Chocolate Mud Cake

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an overview...[more]


Can Whoo Too?

Can Whoo Too?

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an overview...[more]


10 Littles Fish

10 Littles Fish

Blueapple Publishing


Discover this great new collection from Blue Apple Books destined to non English speakers learning how to read in the tongue of Shakespeare! --Simple, colorful stories have been created and adapted to the reading skills of young students. --A glossary with all the words used in the book allow an overview...[more]


You Can't Taste a Pickle with your Ear

You Can't Taste a Pickle with your Ear

Blueapple Publishing


You Can\'t Taste a Pickle with your Ear, but you can with your mouth! Clear explanations (fact-checked and approved by a pediatrician), colorful illustrations and humorous analogies make for a fresh look at a familiar topic, sure to have young readers learning one minute and laughing the next. From...[more]


Does a Beaver Sleep in a Bed?

Does a Beaver Sleep in a Bed?

Blueapple Publishing


Who sleeps in a bed? Does a polar bear? Does a beaver? Does a bumblebee? Do you? Bedtime is one of the most important times of the day for young children, and this latest addition to the informative Early Experiences series explains to children why only some animals have beds, but everybody goes to sleep....[more]


Does a Bear Wear Books

Does a Bear Wear Books

Blueapple Publishing


Getting dressed is one of a young child's first "grown-up" experiences. Filled with fascinating facts about animals, this book explains why people need clothes to protect them and to keep them warm and healthy! This collection counting 14 titles and addressed to preschool children, provided a humorous...[more]


Does a Woodpecker Use a Hammer?

Does a Woodpecker Use a Hammer?

Blueapple Publishing


Who uses tools. A woodpecker? With a friendly and funny question-and-answer format that compares people and animals, this book provides the perfect vehicle for introducing children to experiences they all encounter as they grow and develop. This collection is addressed to preschool children, provides...[more]


You Can't See Your Bones with Binoculars

You Can't See Your Bones with Binoculars

Blueapple Publishing


You really can\'t see your bones with binoculars...but you can see them with X-rays! Actual X-rays of real bones overlay the quirky illustrations and an engaging, interactive text take kids through the skeletal system, inviting them to find and feel their own bones. Clear explanations (fact-checked and...[more]


You Can't Lay an Egg if You're an Elephant

You Can't Lay an Egg if You're an Elephant

Blueapple Publishing


You can\'t lay an egg if you\'re an elephant! So how are baby elephants born? What about baby penguins or baby chickens? Do they come from eggs? What about humans? This informative text examines the difference between animals that lay eggs and animals that give birth to live babies. Each chapter describes...[more]


You Can't Take Your Body to a Repair Shop

You Can't Take Your Body to a Repair Shop

Blueapple Publishing


Jam-packed with information -- grown-ups will learn from this book, too! It\'s written by a doctor with more than thirty years experience treating children and families. The latest addition to the popular You Can\'t... series focuses on common illnesses that affect children. Fred Ehrlich explains what...[more]


You Can't Use your Brain If you're a Jelly Fish

You Can't Use your Brain If you're a Jelly Fish

Blueapple Publishing


This fun and informative look at brains--insect brains, bird brains, monkey brains, human brains-- and how they work is sure to intrigue young readers. Clear explanations (fact-checked and approved by a pediatrician), colorful illustrations and humorous analogies make for a fresh look at a familiar...[more]


You Can't See a Dodo at the Zoo

You Can't See a Dodo at the Zoo

Blueapple Publishing


You Can\'t See a Dodo at the Zoo looks at the world of extinct and endangered species. In easy-to-understand language, Fred Ehrlich covers dinosaurs, extinct birds and mammals, and endangered animals, giving clear and concise explanations of what happened to them. Punctuated with humorous verse to emphasize...[more]


You Can't Buy a Dinosaur With a Dime

You Can't Buy a Dinosaur With a Dime

Blueapple Publishing


Clink, clink, clink, clink...Clink, clink, clinkity... Money saved in a bank makes your brain think-thinkity! Children are fascinated by moneyhow it looks, feels, smells, and most of all, what it buys. And Pete is no exception. The rhymed verse describes how Pete saves his allowance, spends too much...[more]


It's Time to Say Goodnight

It's Time to Say Goodnight

Blueapple Publishing


The charming text for this book was inspired by the witty lyrics to the Comden & Green song “I Say Good Morning to the Sun.” Kids will delight in saying good morning to the animals, toys, and nature that make up their world. In fact, by the time they’re finished saying good morning to everything,...[more]


Posey Prefers Pink

Posey Prefers Pink

Blueapple Publishing


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?   Selling Points Very girly: Both pink-obsessed little girls and those who prefer other hues...[more]


Posey Paints Princess

Posey Paints Princess

Blueapple Publishing


Posey is back and learning how to paint. In this charming story, the heroine of Posey Prefers Pink gets an art lesson from her mom. While mopping up spills and mixing colors, Posey learns how to turn a mistake into a work of art! Selling Points Very girly: All three pink, glittery titles in this...[more]


Goodnight Underwear

Goodnight Underwear

Blueapple Publishing


A Very Bear-y Underwear-y Bedtime Story Once upon a time there was a Bear Who found a forest clearing where… There were seven mats to serve as beds For seven friends to rest their heads An outdoor sleepover with treats and songs! Such a beautiful night! What could possibly go wrong? It’s all...[more]


Quack Like a Duck

Quack Like a Duck

Blueapple Publishing


What kid wouldn’t like being encouraged to Swing Like a Monkey, Wiggle Like an Octopus, and now Quack Like a Duck!? This lively little series encourages younger kids to recognize, say, and act out sounds and movements. Amid all the fun, little minds will be picking up pre-reading and language skills. MEOW...[more]


You and Me: We're Opposites

You and Me: We're Opposites

Blueapple Publishing


In this lighthearted opposites book, the toucan wants to let the anteater know which one of them is up and which is down. The flamingo thinks that she\'s nice . . . and that the gorilla is grouchy. And the giraffe is peering over the fence to let the penguins know he\'s tall and they\'re short. $12.99


What is Part This, Part That?

What is Part This, Part That?

Blueapple Publishing


What kind of song is part talk and part sing? Rap! And can you guess what’s part buzz and—ouch!—part sting? Songlike rhyme inspires kids to think about the parts that make up the sum of various things, actions, and concepts. Behind a flap, young readers will discover what is part whisper and part...[more]


That's What Grandmas Are For

That's What Grandmas Are For

Blueapple Publishing


Grandparents and grandkids both have their say in these newly-reissued favorites. Grandmas can make a sleepover amazing, listen to things it’s hard to tell other grown-ups, and see you a little differently than anyone else does. Grandma’s grandkids teach her about computers, keep her busy, and...[more]


That's What Grandpas Are For

That's What Grandpas Are For

Blueapple Publishing


Grandparents and grandkids both have their say in these newly-reissued favorites. Grandmas can make a sleepover amazing, listen to things it’s hard to tell other grown-ups, and see you a little differently than anyone else does. Grandma’s grandkids teach her about computers, keep her busy, and...[more]


Backstage Cat

Backstage Cat

Blueapple Publishing


A runaway kitty named Simon introduces kids to what it takes to put on a show and have a moment in the spotlight. It’s a kid-pleasing peek at a fascinating world that draws both stardom-seekers and those who prefer to remain behind the scenes. With illustrations by a bright new star on the Blue Apple...[more]


Faces Everywhere

Faces Everywhere

Blueapple Publishing


Harriet Ziefert illustrated by Yukiko Kido $9.99 US/$10.99 CAN 978-1-60905-339-0 Grab a crayon—it’s time to make faces! No kid wants to pick up a book that promises to “develop important learning skills.” Have no fear! Kids will be too busy coloring a face on an ice cream cone, or a face...[more]


Mommy, I want to Sleep in your Bed

Mommy, I want to Sleep in your Bed

Blueapple Publishing


Good night, sleepy parakeet. Good night, sleepy dog. Good night, sleepy Charlie. But wait! Charlie doesn\'t want to go to sleepnot all by himself in his own bed. With the help of his patient mom, Charlie works through a problem all young children faceputting their busy days to rest. Mommy, I Want...[more]


List-O-Mania

List-O-Mania

Blueapple Publishing


A write-it-yourself book of lists! What kid wouldn\'t be interested in a book that\'s all about everything they like, wish for, think about, dream, fear, aspire to, etc.? Includes a cardstock cover and an attached elastic band for keeping the book closed (and private) and holding interior pages open...[more]


Puppy Is Lost

Puppy Is Lost

Blueapple Publishing


Max’s dog, Puppy, is lost! She was here, and now she’s gone. Where can Puppy be? Max can’t sleep! Max can’t eat! He calls for her, plasters posters all over town, and searches everywhere for his beloved pet. It’s not until both Max and Puppy have the same idea that they finally find each other....[more]


My Dog Thinks I\'m a Genius

My Dog Thinks I\'m a Genius

Blueapple Publishing


Not every dog can paint a masterpiece! Louie loves watching his young master paint, and when the boy puts his finishing touches on a particularly good self-portrait, Louie barks enthusiastically. One day, when the boy is at school, Louie tries his own paw at painting a still life. Is this purely an...[more]


41 Uses for a Grandma

41 Uses for a Grandma

Blueapple Publishing


Grandma is much more than just the matriarch of the family. Whether she\'s keeping time during a race, building the perfect toy, turning the pages while you play your music, or just warming your hands, there are many reasons why a grandmother is great. Breaking traditional stereotypes, this book encourages...[more]


Bunny\'s Lesson

Bunny\'s Lesson

Blueapple Publishing


Bunny, Charlie\'s favorite toy, learns about life from the boy who takes him everywhere. When Charlie plays the tuba, Bunny learns about LOUD; when they play doctor, Bunny learns about OUCH; when they eat dinner, Bunny learns about MESSY. Harriet Ziefert and Barroux charmingly tell the tale of the...[more]


40 Uses for Grandpa

40 Uses for Grandpa

Blueapple Publishing


Grandpa is much more than just the patriarch of the family. Whether he\'s keeping time during a race, building the perfect toy, turning the pages while you play your music, or just warming your hands, there are many reasons why a grandfather is great. Breaking traditional stereotypes, this book encourages...[more]


Swing Like a Monkey

Swing Like a Monkey

Blueapple Publishing


Caldecott Medal winner Simms Taback\'s vibrant illustrations and Harriet Ziefert\'s rhythmic text will have young readers prancing and dancing with delight. Swing Like a Monkey features animals on a jaunty walk to the zoo. This sturdy board book with lenticular artwork on the cover will get kids on their...[more]


Wiggle

Wiggle

Blueapple Publishing


Caldecott Medal winner Simms Taback\'s vibrant illustrations and Harriet Ziefert\'s rhythmic text will have young readers waddling, wiggling, swaying, and swooping with delight. The animals in Wiggle Like an Octopus are ready for a dip in the sea. This sturdy board book with lenticular artwork on the...[more]


The Princess and the Peas and Carrots

The Princess and the Peas and Carrots

Blueapple Publishing


Most of the time she is good Princess Rosebud. But when there’s a hole in her sock, or her sweater is itchy, or—ick!—the peas on her plate are smushed up right next to the carrots, this strong-willed little miss becomes the picky and prickly Princess Fussy. Sound familiar? This clever rendition...[more]


Robin Where Are You?

Robin Where Are You?

Blueapple Publishing


When it comes to birds, Lucy’s grandpa knows every beak and squeak. With binoculars in hand, Lucy and her grandpa begin to search for a robin redbreast. But the bird isn’t making it easy for them! A squawk-y, bossy bird? That’s a blue jay. Birds with round beaks good for scooping? Canadian geese....[more]


Draw + Learn: Places

Draw + Learn: Places

Blueapple Publishing


Bright, engaging activities for young artists! Just learned to hold a crayon or pencil? You can draw! First scribbles and drawings are important, necessary precursors to reading and writing. This activity book teaches and encourages without over-directing. For instance, a half-house on one page invites...[more]


Draw + Learn: Animals

Draw + Learn: Animals

Blueapple Publishing


Creative, imaginative, and engaging play for first-time artists In these first activity books, kids can complete and color all kinds of faces: boys, girls, tigers, monkeys, even ladybugs. At first, toddlers might only draw a circle for a face, not adding eyes, nose, or mouth. But in time, they will...[more]


Noisy Barn

Noisy Barn

Blueapple Publishing


A boisterous parade of farm animals on their way to the barn certainly can cause quite a stir. With the cow mooing, the piglet oinking, the duck quacking, the chickens pecking and the cat meowing, it\'s a wonder they arrive at all. When they all get to the barn, children will clamor to make their own...[more]


Noisy Forest

Noisy Forest

Blueapple Publishing


Children love to imitate animals, and this rhyming text invites them to join right in and squeal, hiss, and hoot along with all the noisy forest animals.


Zoo Parade

Zoo Parade

Blueapple Publishing


How many different ways of walking can you name? Join a parade of animals on their way to the zoo to find out! Can you prance like a lion? Dance like a gazelle? Can you saunter like a giraffe? Kangaroo jump? March like a camel with a bumpity hump? Simms Taback\'s big, bright, and bold illustrations make...[more]


Beach Party

Beach Party

Blueapple Publishing


The reader is asked: What kind of walking can you do today? This starts a promenade of sea creatures that scoot, slither, dash, or slide across the pages. A lobster dances, a penguin flaps, and an octopus twists. Once all 11 animals are introduced, readers are invited to join them as they head for a...[more]


Where is my Baby?

Where is my Baby?

Blueapple Publishing


This deceptively simple, excitingly illustrated board book is based on a telling theme — that baby animals are known by names quite different from their parents (cow and calf, goat and kid). The text is perfectly targeted to the youngest children, who will thoroughly enjoy lifting the flaps and matching...[more]


Who Said Moo?

Who Said Moo?

Blueapple Publishing


This deceptively simple, excitingly illustrated board book is based on a telling theme — that every animal has its own distinct sound. The text is perfectly targeted to the youngest children, who will thoroughly enjoy lifting the flaps and imitating the animals\' sounds. The sumptuously colorful illustrations...[more]


Lucie Rescued

Lucie Rescued

Blueapple Publishing


Lucy has been adopted by a nice family. “Wha-ooo-ooo-roo!” Lucy howls—all day, all night, and even in between. What does Lucy need? A comfy bed, special treats, lullabies? Lucy has a family, but helping her feel at home is a little trickier. This story portrays that growing-up-moment when a kid...[more]


Draw + Learn: People

Draw + Learn: People

Blueapple Publishing


Creative, imaginative play for first-time artists Far more than the usual coloring book, this bold, first activity book helps emerging artists develop a gradual and natural grasp of details, shapes, colors, scale and anatomy. At first, children might draw a person’s body as an undefined shape or blob....[more]