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Annotation:A kiss means I love you, a wave means hello, a smile means I'm happy, a tug means, let's go! Featuring engaging photographs of real children and sweet rhyming text, this fun read-aloud teaches little ones about nonverbal communication.
Annotation:With its menagerie of frolicking kittens, ducklings, and baby creatures of all kinds, this picture book is an enchanting exploration of the delight of being small, and a perfect way of introducing young children to animals.
Annotation:Kevin uses his eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and fingers to experience his world. With vivid pictures and fun rhymes, this book invites toddlers to join Kevin in celebrating sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.
Annotation:Falling out of his nest and bumping his head, Little Owl is unable to find his mother and receives help from a kind squirrel who introduces him to animals that possess some of Little Owl's mother's features, a search that happily ends when mother and owlet are reunited.
Annotation:Small Bunny's Blue Blanket helps him paint the best pictures, go the highest on the swings, and read the hardest words, but when his mother insists Blue Blanket needs to be washed, he wonders if his friend will ever be the same.
Baby Rudy tries to find a gift for his mother that she will call wonderful, but instead he hears such words as “yikes” and “fiddlesticks” as various family members encourage him to keep trying.