In looking at the list, the common themes seem to be naughtiness and humor—especially of the silly, slapstick variety. So here goes:
Ace Alligator loves apples. Whether he’s picking them, driving home with them, baking a pie, or even just eating them slice by slice.
The Lately Lily books and activity sets, bought together or separately, are beautifully designed items that not only tell an interesting story about travel and adventure, but also encourage children to be storytellers and chroniclers themselves.
This unique and charming alphabet book uses rhymes and fact snippets to introduce Chinese words to a pre-schooler. The words are written in Pinyin, a sound system using Roman letters to write Chinese sounds. Words introduced are significant in Chinese culture, but relatable in any culture.
A fresh and funny twist on alphabet books that will have parents and children laughing.
By Nina Schuyler, The Children’s Book Review Published: July 12, 2013 If you have a kid, there’s a good chance you know the difference between a stegosaurus and a velociraptor. If the passion runs deep, you probably know all about the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods and have a three-year-old who, when asked, says he wants to […]
It’s an E-mergency! The letter E took a tumble and the only way to get her back on her foot is for people to stop using her. But who can take her place? The other letters have to make a decision ASAP.