A beautiful feast for a big king cat
A little mouse who habitually teases a cat must use his wits to avoid being eaten.  
A boy, a dog, and a frog
First came a boy and his dog. Then they found a frog. Can a new turtle be a good friend too?  
A fish out of water
Comic pictures show how the fish rapidly outgrows its bowl, a vase, a cook pot, a bathtub.  
A little excitement
Winter seems boring to Willie, who tires of the isolation and unchanging chores that characterize farm life in winter. He longs for excitement and doesn't understand his grandmother's warning to be careful, lest he get what he wishes for. Excitement comes one night by way of a threatening chimney fire.  
A Very Merry Mouse Country Christmas: An Advent Calendar
Count the days until Christmas! Step inside Cyndy Szekeres' woodland village and help the tiny mice celebrate the joys of the season. This sturdy Advent calendar opens to a full 32 inches and includes 24 lift-the-flap doors and windows that reveal happy holiday thoughts.  
A whale's tale
About smelling
Amy said
A young boy and his older sister visit their grandmother and have a wonderful time getting into all sorts of mischief.
And the Winner Is
A young basketball player learns the importance of both winning and losing gracefully. By exploring themes of good sportsmanship, humility, and belief in oneself, LL Cool J's story reveals the invaluable lessons that apply both on and off the court. Includes CD.  
And to think that I saw it on Mulberry Street
A boy imagines a series of incredible sights on his way home from school so that he will have an interesting report to give his father.  
Are you my mother?
A baby bird is hatched while his mother is away. Fallen from his nest, he sets out to look for her and asks everyone he meets -- including a dog, a cow, and a plane -- "Are you my mother?"  
Arthur's birthday
Their friends must decide which party to attend when Francine schedules her birthday party for the same day as Arthur's birthday party.  
A little girl puts on costumes of different colors and imagines herself dancing on stage.  
Bark, George
And George goes: "Quack-quack.What's going on with George?  
Barney's Book of Colors
Barney teaches young children about colors in this early learning concept board book.  
Barney's C Is for Christmas
Barney's Easter basket
Children join Barney on an Easter egg hunt in this delightful book.  
Barney's Halloween Party
It's Halloween night and Barney is having a party for Baby Bop, BJ, and other costumed friends. Children can join Barney and his friends as they carve a pumpkin, go trick or treating, and make tasty Halloween treats. This simple, rhyming story features colorful, friendly illustrations and fun-to-do activities that are appropriate for even the youngest children.  
Bearsie bear and the sleepover party
In a cumulative story, one animal after another asks to come in out of the winter cold to sleep in Bearsie Bear's big bed.  
Ben's dream
On a terrifically rainy day, Ben has a dream in which he and his house float by the monuments of the world, half submerged in flood-water.  
Big bad Bruce
Bruce, a bear bully, never picks on anyone his own size until he is diminished in more ways than one by a small but very independent witch.  
Big Bird and Little Bird's big and little book
As one would guess from the title, this book compares big and little things. Big Bird likes big things, like mountains, whales and tubas, and Little Bird likes little things like molehills, goldfish and the piccolo.  
Big squeak, little squeak
Two mice pals, Big Squeak and Little Squeak, take a humorous trip into town to visit a cheese store where the feline salesclerk pays a little too much attention to them.  
Bigger (by Kirk Daniel)
Once there was a boy. At first, he was so small he didn't even have a name. But as soon as he was born, the boy began to grow. He kept growing, even though he could not walk, talk or feed himself. When people said, My, what a big boy you are, he knew they were right. Before long, the boy could see on top of the table instead of just underneath. He took big steps, ate big meals and used big words. He even slept in a big bed, went to a big school, and played with bigger boys. Soon the boy got so big that his world began to grow too--and as it did, so did the promise of everything he was and everything he would be! Bold drawings and childlike text come together in a universally appealing book that celebrates the one thing every child can do--get bigger!  
Bloomer: the dog you can play with
Youngsters can take the star of Bloomer by Mandy Stanley, attached by a red string and Velcro spots, and move the pooch into different scenes throughout this oversize board book. Each activity, whether it be breakfast or bath time, offers accessories (e.g., a bone, a sponge and a scrub brush), also attached by ribbons and Velcro, for children to remove and work with.  
Blue sea (Robert Kalan)
Boo! A Halloween sticker book and story
Young children will enjoy Halloween long after the candy is gone with this interactive sticker book and story featuring 150 full-color reusable stickers and sixteen pages of autumn scenes.  
Borreguita and the coyote
What's a little lamb to do about a fierce coyote that wants to eat her? Why, trick him, of course...and and trick him again...and trick him one more time! A lively retelling of a Mexican folk tale.  
Brother Eagle, Sister Sky
"How can you buy the sky? How can you own the rain and the wind?" So begin the moving words attributed to a great American Indian chief--Chief Seattle--over 100 years ago. They are words that eloquently capture the central belief of Native Americans: that this earth and every creature on it is sacred.  
Bunya the witch
Strange things occur when the old lady living on the edge of town discovers her magical powers.  
Call me Ahnighito
A huge meteorite describes how it lay half-buried in Greenland for centuries until it was finally excavated by members of a Peary expedition.  
Cats and robbers
which does. As the cats start "yowling and meowling, several bumbling robbers (cat burglars?) break in and cause more chaos. A militant Mrs. Mudge sweeps out the entire gaggle of kits and caboodlers with her broom. To Mrs. Mudge's surprise-if no one else's-the house is now so quiet she can't sleep.  
Chimp and Zee
Chimp and Zee can't stop monkeying around, but one day they get carried away on a wild and wonderful adventure. Meet the most rambunctious, mischievous, and lovable twins in the whole of Jungletown.  
Clifford and the grouchy neighbors
Emily Elizabeth's neighbors don't like Clifford at all--until he helps them in a way that only the biggest dog in America can.  
Clifford takes a trip
Clifford gets lonely when Emily Elizabeth and her family go on vacation, so he sets out after them.  
Clifford's first Easter
In the tradition of Clifford's Happy Easter, an adorable lift-a-flap book especially for the Easter holiday is packed with hidden surprises and tells the story of Clifford's first Easter with Emily Elizabeth.  
Clifford's first Halloween
It's a brand new Clifford book for Halloween! Little ones will love the big red dog as a tiny puppy full of surprises too small for masks, too small to be a really scary ghost, but just the right size to sneak into a pumpkin and turn it into a barking jack-o-lantern.  
Colors - sticker activity books
This sticker book is specially designed to help young children learn all about recognizing and matching colors. A wide range of puzzles introduces essential early learning concepts such as pairs, shapes, numbers, and sets. As you work through the book with your child, you will find that the puzzles gradually become more challenging - from matching primary colors, to using color creatively to design a picture. Adult help will ensure that children get the most from this book.  
Come back snoopy
When Charlie Brown decides to make Snoopy earn his keep by giving him a job, Snoopy packs his bag and heads out west to live with Brother Spike in the desert.  
Come over to my house
Company's coming
Chaos erupts when Moe and Shirley invite some visitors from outer space to stay for dinner with the relatives.