Sam and the firefly
When Sam, the owl, teaches Gus, the firefly, to write words in the sky, cars crash, movies are free, and hot dogs are cold.
Santa's toy shop (Golden Book)
Scratches and scrapes
Alexander P. Yam loves bandages. Lots and lots of bandages! Every day of the week he gets a scratch or a scrape, a bump or a bruise. And every day, a bandage is what makes him feel better! Includes 7 bandages - one for each day of the week!  
Sheila Rae, the brave
When brave Sheila Rae, who usually looks out for her sister, Louise, becomes lost and scared one day, Louise comes to the rescue.  
There are shoes to buckle, shoes to tie, shoes too low, and shoes too high. Which pair of shoes fits you best? Now in a sturdy board book format, this toe-tapping, foot-stamping romp about shoes is just the right fit for the youngest child.  
Sleep out
Eager to try out his camping equipment, young Christopher sleeps out alone in the woods for the first time.  
Spot goes to the circus
Spot goes behind the scenes at a circus to find his ball and learns a clever trick. Movable flaps conceal portions of the illustrations.  
Spot looks at opposites
Simple words and pictures describe some opposites.  
Spot visits his grandparents
Spot the dog goes to spend the day with his grandparents.  
Spot's birthday book
Spot's first Easter
Go on an Easter egg hunt with Spot!  
Spot's first words
Simple words describe a playful pup's day of activities.  
Spot's magical Christmas
It's Christmas Eve, and Santa's sleigh is missing! If the reindeer don't find it in time, Christmas will be ruined! Spot is sure he can find the sleigh, with a little help from his friends. Before the night is through, Spot is treated to a magical sleigh ride through the sky, a tour of Santa's workshop, and an extra-special present from Santa's reindeer. This is one Christmas Spot will never forget!  
Strega Nona
Award-winning story about Strega Nona, the beloved Italian "Grandma Witch, " and her magic pasta-making pot.  
A boy, a girl, and a dog share the joys of summer by swimming, fishing, gardening, watching fireworks, chasing butterflies, and toasting marshmallows.  
10 minutes till bedtime
the child's pet hamster, dressed as a tour guide, shouts, directing them to his bus. It's off to the kitchen for a snack, to the bathroom for toothbrushing, and to the bedroom for a story. And just as the child begins to read, the tour guide looks out the window and shouts, "More coming! Busloads and carloads of vacationing hamsters stream through the front door, and the escapades accelerate from one action-packed page to the next, as the countdown continues.  
The adventure of Momotaro, the peach boy
Found floating on the river inside a peach by an old couple, Momotaro grows up and fights the terrible demons who have terrorized the village for years.  
The Bear Scouts - the Berenstain bears
In rollicking rhyme Papa Bear shows the cubs the ins and outs of camping.  
The bears' picnic - the Berenstain bears
With the forces of nature conspiring against them, Papa Bear perseveres and finds the perfect spot for the Bear family picnic.
The Berenstain bears meet Santa Bear
Sister Bear enjoys Christmas preparations, especially getting her list ready--but on Christmas morning she realizes what Christmas is really all about.  
The best nest
Mr. and Mrs. Bird's search for a "better" nest leads them to some peculiar spots.  
The big honey hunt - the Berenstain bears
According to Papa Bear, a bear must use his “smarts” to search for honey. When he brings Brother Bear along on a hunt for honey, it takes more than a few missteps to outsmart the Bears.  
The bike lesson - the Berenstain bears
When Brother Bear gets a brand-new bike, he’s all set to ride it, that is, after Papa Bear shows him the rules of the road.  
The carrot seed
A persistent little boy plants, waters, weeds, and cares for a carrot seed, which his family says, will not grow.  
The cat in the hat
The Cat in the Hat came to play one rainy, nothing-to-do afternoon.  
The Cut-ups crack up
When Spud and Joe get behind the wheel of Principal Lamar J. Spurgle's prized sports car, things soon get out of control.  
The Ernie and Bert book
The house across the street
The boy in the house across the street leads a fantastic life! He can sleep as late as he wants and doesn't have to go to school if it's raining. He's got a swimming pool in his bedroom and a piranha for a pet. So the little boy who watches his every move from the smaller house across the way wants desperately to be his friend. But how is this possible? With imagination, everything is possible!  
The kissing monster
Beware of the kissing monster! If it finds you, you will be showered with kisses and hugs! Lift the flaps to see where it is lurking, and watch out for a very special pop-up surprise!  
The little old lady who was not afraid of anything
A little old lady who is not afraid of anything must deal with a pumpkin head, a tall black hat, and other spooky objects that follow her through the dark woods trying to scare her.  
The Lorax
In this cautionary tale of greed and environmental destruction, the lovable Lorax tries to save the Truffula Forest and its inhabitants from disaster at the hands of the cantankerous Once-ler.  
The midnight circus
The night before Christmas (Golden Book)
The pied piper of Hamelin
The Pied Piper pipes the village free of rats, and when the villagers refuse to pay him for the service he exacts a terrible revenge.  
The poppy seeds
In Pablo's small Mexican village, the only source of fresh water is jealously guarded by a bitter old man. His high walls keep out everyone--except Pablo, who bravely goes there one day to plant some poppy seeds. The flowers that bloom beside his stream bring beauty to the old man, and the precious gift of water to the village.  
The principal's new clothes
Mr. Bundy, the principal of P.S. 88, is the sharpest dresser in school. In fact, he's the sharpest dresser in the whole town! But when two tricksters come to town and design a suit of magic cloth for Mr. Bundy, everyone is in for a big surprise!  
The secret shortcut
Since they have trouble getting to school on time, Wendell and Floyd take a secret shortcut. But instead of getting to school, they wind up in a wild jungle full of quicksand, monkeys, and crocodiles.  
The silver pony
A wordless picture book filled with black and white pictures of a boy and his winged-horse.  
The snowman
A wordless story. The pictures have "the hazy softness of air in snow. A little boy rushes out into the wintry day to build a snowman, which comes alive in his dreams that night.  
The story of little Babaji
Helen Bannerman, who was born in Edinburgh in 1863, lived in India for thirty years. As a gift for her two little girls, she wrote and illustrated The Story of Little Black Sambo (1899), a story that clearly takes place in India, even though the names she gave her characters belie that setting. For this new edition of Bannerman's much beloved tale, the little boy, his mother, and his father have all been given authentic Indian names: Babaji, Mamaji, and Papaji. And Fred Marcellino's high-spirited illustrations lovingly, memorably transform this old favorite. He gives a classic story new life. まず、きれいな水彩調のフレッド マルチェリーノの絵に私がひかれ、5歳の息子は次々あらわれるトラたちのコミカルないでたちを見て「へんなの〜」と言っては毎回くすくす笑っています。やさしい言葉づかいで翻訳されていて読みやすく、子供の好きなパンケーキも登場し、本当に最後のページまで楽しい気分を持続させてくれる本でした。
The strawberry Mother Goose
The strawberry word book
The toy maker
The train to Timbuctoo
The story follows the travels of two trains - one big, one little - as they head down the tracks for Timbuctoo.  
The very hungry caterpillar
As a tiny green caterpillar eats his way through the book, he is transformed into a beautiful butterfly.  
The wedding
Daisy describes the preparations leading up to her older sister's wedding and the joyous and bittersweet feelings surrounding the event itself.  
The wheels on the bus
While a grandmother and grandchildren wait for the bus, they sing the title song with such gusto they miss their bus.  
The whingdingdilly
Scamp learns to be content with his dog's life when Zildy the kooky witch turns him into a whing-dingdilly.  
The wretched stone
A strange glowing stone picked up on a sea voyage captivates a ship's crew and has a terrible transforming effect on them.  
Things that go
This is the way we eat our lunch
Introducing young readers to the typical dishes that children around the world eat every day, a fact-filled culinary tour covers everything from Coney Island hot dogs to Japanese tempura.  
TV rex
Missing his grandfather, Rex watches too much television and soon finds himself in a fantastical adventure where he stars in all his favorite shows.