My Very First Book Of Colors (Eric Carle) - Boardbook 20 pages
Boats Board Book (Byron Barton) - Boardbook 16 pages
Byron Barton introduces young readers to all different kinds of boats in this bold and colorful board book. With simple text and vibrant illustrations, readers will learn about transportation by boat.
Winnie-the-Pooh's ABC (A.A. Milne) - Boardbook 26 pages
Learning the alphabet is more fun when the setting is the Hundred Acre Wood. Familiar scenes from the Milne and Shepard classics introduce not only the concepts of letters and words, but also Pooh and his friends. This sturdy board book with an elegant, timeless look has been designed to attract the most discerning Pooh fans and to delight their favorite toddlers.
Shapes That Roll (Karen Nagel) - Hardcover 40 pages
Some shapes roll . . . some don't. Some shapes stack . . . others won't. Some shapes lie down . . .while others stand tall. Circles, squares, and triangles, even ovals and diamonds, are endlessly and intriguingly entertaining in Steve Wilson's world. Karen Nagel's rhythmic text is brought to life by Wilson's troupe of uniquely-shaped characters.
Ten Tiny Tickles (Karen Katz) - Boardbook 32 pages
From one tiny tickle on a lovely little head to ten twirling tickles on tender tubby toes, this book counts up the number of tickles each member of the family gives from one to ten! This charming Karen Katz board book with a counting concept is perfect for sharing with even the youngest readers!
6. Clifford's Schoolhouse (Norman Bridwell) - Boardbook 10 pages
Clifford the big red dog is everyone's best friend. Now, when it's time to go to school, Clifford will be right there beside you, learning about colors, numbers, shapes, and the letters of the alphabet. Clifford's Schoolhouse is a big house-shaped board book with more than 60 flaps to lift. Peek behind the multicolored windows of the school to discover purple plums, green leaves, and orange pumpkins. Venture inside to find numbered cubbies with one lunchbox, two boots, three hats, and so on up to ten bones--Clifford's nose is parked right outside that cubby. Then it's time to learn the ABCs, explore shapes, and read some stories (lift the flap of a tiny book called "Rabbits" by Harold Hopper to see a picture of an ensconced bunny and the text: "A rabbit lives in a burrow").