What baby wants
A hilarious tall tale featuring a loving extended family, What Baby Wants offers an opportunity for children to see cause-and-effect in action and try out their own problem-solving skills. Packed with rhythmic, patterned language and lively wordplay - as well as delightful illustrations that mirror the action in the story - What Baby Wants will appeal as much to beginning readers as to their younger siblings.  
When I get bigger
Little Critter dreams of the day when he will be big enough to go to first grade, dial phone numbers by himself, camp out in the backyard, or walk to the corner store. By the end of his energetic daydreaming, Little Critter is so tired he has to go to bed. As he himself admits, "I'm not bigger yet."  
When the wind blows
Where the wild things are
A boy named Max imagines a forest of wild things and becomes their king until he longs to go home.  
Who will you meet on scary street?
Monsters pop up everywhere in Who Will You Meet on Scary Street?  
Winnie the witch
Because Winnie the Witch lives in a house where everything is black, she can not see her black cat--until she comes up with a brilliant, and colorful, idea.