The primordial soup of childhood is called to mind in this classic about calendar months and actual soup.
Mem Fox is fantastic, and so are these sheep. Perfect for bedtime or anytime.
I love a good mystery.
If I were a fish, I would be the pout-pout fish. The epiphany in this book gives me hope for humanity.
Yet to encounter any work that so lucidly illuminates the idyllic isolation of the happy infant in the world.
One of my all-time favorite books for tiny people. This book has it all: truck sounds AND animal sounds.
Haven't we all had that moment when we went in for a kiss and accidentally stomped the other person flat instead?
The most fun I've had reading a book aloud since "Fox in Socks." Also, read it once, and you'll never be caught off guard again. Forgot dinner? Your homework? Your mom's birthday? Shh, you have a plan.* (*note: plan not included.)
My pet train was a stray on our street until I lured it home with a handful of burned toast (I didn't have any coal on hand). Its name is Annabella Choochoopants-Smythe.
In this book, there are adorable cats in a stack. There are adorable cats falling out of a stack. Why anyone buys any other counting book is a mystery to me.
The weight of knowing just how wrong they were must be crushing all the fools who thought life couldn't get better after Vegetables in Underwear.
A nice reminder that even when life seems to be at its worst (you're being attacked by sharks, you're being attacked by tigers, etc etc) the machinations of fate might always change in your favor.— Laurel
Be the metamorphosis you wish to see in the world.