Ride a Purple Pelican
A collection of short nonsense verses and nursery rhymes introducing such characters as Cincinnati Patty, Justin Austin and Pennington Poe
American Wild Flowers Coloring Book
Displaying the beauty and variety of America's most popular wildflowers, naming and locating each of the species, this most unusual book is intended for coloring. Redrawn from the original Smithsonian Rickett plates by Paul Kennedy, well-known illustrator of children's books, each of the 46 renderings is ready to be colored as realistically — like the cover illustrations — or as imaginatively as you may choose. Includes 46 illustrations: lady's slipper, black-eyed susan, bird's foot violet, cardinal flower, pitcher plant, trout lily, and others. Botanical identifications, common names, and information on habitats are also included.
If You Traveled West in a Covered Wagon
A provocative question-and-answer format teaches young readers a multitude of facts about a small slice of American history--life on the Oregon Trail in the 1840s. Reissue.
A Guide for Changing Families
Dinosaur characters discuss the subject of divorce in a way that very young children can understand, dealing with such specific issues as why parents divorce and living in two homes
On the Day You Were Born
School & Library
The earth celebrates the birth of a newborn baby, as around the planet the moon pulls, the tides rise and the rain falls
The Yucky Reptile Alphabet Book
Introduces the characteristics and activities of snakes and reptiles from A to Z, from the armadillo lizard to the yellow-headed gecko and the zillions of years ago dinosaurs lived on the earth
Spanish for Beginners
Explains what to say in Spanish in a variety of everyday situations and discusses the fundamentals of Spanish grammar
I Want to Be Somebody New!
Spot, the magical polka-dot leopard, becomes bored with his "spot" tricks and uses his magic to transform himself into somebody new
A Coloring Book of Tutankhamun
Five True Stories
Examines the accomplishments of Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Jackie Robinson, Roberto Clemente, and Hank Aaron, all of whom were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame