In this follow-up to the holiday hit The Tree That’s Meant to Be, a fox and hare discover the magic of a first winter snowfall.
Fox and Hare were born in the spring, but the seasons are changing and they hear snow is on the way. “What is snow like?” they ask all the forest animals, and each gives a different answer (“Snow is white, like your fur.”). But their questions are soon answered when thick, fluffy flakes start to fall. SNOW! Young readers will share the magical feeling of a first snowfall as they see the two best friends marvel in nature’s beauty.
This is a charming holiday story that feels instantly classic and yet fresh and new at the same time. With heartfelt themes of friendship, curiosity, and the wonder of nature, it’s a story families will love cozying up with together.
From the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site series. More than two million copies have sold across the series!
Created for lovers of Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site, as well as fans of Sherri Duskey Rinker’s storytelling and AG Ford’s art, this beautiful holiday picture book shows Excavator, Bulldozer, Crane, Dump Truck and Cement Mixer building a new home for fire engines. As they finish their big, important job, they get their own Christmas surprises. Your kids will have fun discovering the special surprise awaiting each vehicle as much as they will love rhyming along with the story. This cute book is sure to be a classic!
The Little Red Sleigh has one big dream―to one day become Santa’s big red sleigh! But all her life, she’s been told she’s too small, she’s too young, she can’t fly, and she certainly can’t meet Santa. Well, this Christmas, with the help of some friends, she’s determined to do the impossible. Little Red Sleigh is a heartwarming children’s Christmas book you’ll want to read again and again. Full of winter joy and holiday magic, this charming Christmas story will remind readers of all ages that no dream is out of reach if you believe.
Budding builders learn through play how to measure, cut, hammer and more! Paper engineering that has been adapted to develop fine motor skills emphasizes realistic movements, allowing for safe and playful imitation of the real activity. Keeping little hands and minds busy, this first toolkit for the smallest builder is sure to please!
Have you ever wondered why there are so many books about bears?
No? Well consider this… every time you pick up a book about a bear, some poor grizzler has to jump up and perform the story for you – even if they were in the middle of something really good – like sleeping, snoozing, or napping.
And because there are so many books about bears, the bears are pooped! They’re always on call, they can never catch a break, and they’re tired of doing all the hard work. No wonder they’re grizzly.
Authored by my better half, Laura Bunting, Another Book About Bears follows one bear’s journey to break free from the anthropomorphic cycle, and uncover the grizzly truth.
Another Book About Bears is published in Australia by Scholastic Australia, in the USA by Kane Miller, in Brazil by Brinque, in France by Kaleidoscope, across Asia by Scholastic Asia, in Canada by Scholastic Canada, in Italy by Caissa Italia, in Taiwan by Grimm Press, and in the Netherlands by Condor.