Rainbow Fish to the Rescue!


Marcus Pfister - 1992
    When a dangerous and hungry shark suddenly appears, Rainbow Fish must decide: Should he risk losing his new friends - maybe even his life - for the little stranger?

The Three Billy-goats Gruff: A Norwegian Folktale


Ellen Appleby - 1992
    A charming illustrated folktale about three billy goats, who outwit a menacing troll.

A First Book of Fairy Tales


Mary Hoffman - 2006
    From Brothers Grimm to Hans Christian Andersen, this beautifully illustrated anthology contains a range of the classic fairy tale stories any child would love to grow up reading.As well as favourites such as Cinderella, The Snow Queen and Jack and the Beanstalk, DK's A First Book of Fairy Tales also includes some wonderful stories that you might not know, such as The Fisherman and his Wife and Diamonds and Toads.Introduce your little one to the characters that enchanted you as a child and the nostalgic stories you could not put down! Mary Hoffman's charming retellings use simple language, ideal for reading or hearing aloud, while Julie Downing's stunning illustrations bring the characters to life, so children can follow and enjoy the fairy tales through the pictures.If your child loves disney and their princesses such as Rapunzel and Sleeping Beauty, or if they love stories about giants and spells, this children's book would make the perfect gift for them! Step inside this fairy tale kingdom and get ready for some magic!

Richard Scarry's Please and Thank You Book


Richard Scarry - 1973
    From how to behave at school, to sharing, to important safety rules - and featuring bright and fun illustrations - young children will gain an understanding of the right ways to behave in a variety of situations. Now includes a sticker sheet!

Goldilocks and the Three Bears


Jim Aylesworth - 2003
    Yes she did... " But worse is when she forget's not to do what she is told not to do. For sometimes that can lead to much more serious trouble....like what happened the day of this story. McClintock's art, that is reminscent of 19th Century children's book art, perfectly compliments Aylesworth's playful, original, and very involving rendition of the classic Three Bears story.

The Berenstain Bears Count Their Blessings


Stan Berenstain - 1995
    Mama Bear is tired of hearing how many Bearbie dolls Lizzy Bruin has and how many Game Bear video games Cousin Freddy just got. During a thunderstorm, Mama gets her cubs to realize that love and a good home are much more valuable than material possessions.

William Shakespeare’s: Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare Retellings, #4)


Bruce Coville - 1999
    The tender story of the young star-crossed lovers from warring families, Romeo and Juliet has moved audiences to tears for four hundred years. And Coville tells it in a way that will surely whet the appetite of young audiences, who will then find even greater enjoyment in the original. As with his earlier adaptations, Coville expertly combines his own dramatic language with key lines from the play. Dennis Nolan, who illustrated Coville's version of A Midsummer Night's Dream, contributes stunning paintings, including a gatefold of the famous balcony scene. In addition to A Midsummer Night's Dream, which Publishers Weekly called "A first rate entree to the Bard," Coville also retold The Tempest and Macbeth. Of the latter, School Library Journal said, "Coville's muscular sentences, full of dramatic word choices, make this a good read-aloud." Both Macbeth and A Midsummer Night's Dream were honored as ALA Quick Picks for Young Adults.

Aesop's Fables


Ann McGovern - 1963
    Santore'sanimals leap off the page in explosions of color, giving messages to ponder andphysical beauty to savor. "School Library Journal" called thisinterpretation of the classic morality tales" a delight to the eye and ear."

A Treasury of Bunny Stories


Beatrix Potter - 1995
    It's a delightful celebration of the bunny and includes Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny, The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit, The Tale of the Bunnies, and The Tale of Mr. Tod. More than 130 full-color illustrations.

The Alphabet Book


P.D. Eastman - 1974
    D. Eastman alphabet book.

Clifford Collection


Norman Bridwell - 2012
    Also included in the book is an original letter from Norman Bridwell to the reader, information about the creation of Clifford--including an image of Norman's 1962 painting that inspired the Clifford series, the story behind the real Emily Elizabeth, and more!

The Complete Adventures of Curious George


Margret Rey - 1969
    He lived in Africa. He was a good little monkey, and always very curious.” With these words, H. A. and Margret Rey introduced the world to Curious George in 1941, and the world has loved him ever since. The tales of this cheerful and resilient little hero have kept generations of readers enthralled and entertained. Now, in recognition of the sixtieth anniversary of his debut, Houghton Mifflin proudly presents a special edition of George’s best-loved adventures.With an introduction by critic Leonard Marcus, a retrospective note by publisher Anita Silvey, and a cataloged history of the Reys by curator Dee Jones, this collection offers a fun and fascinating portrait of a classic character and his unique creators.

The Classic Treasury of Aesop's Fables


Aesop - 2007
    These famous tales tickle the imagination and teach simple truths, ones that children and adults face every day. Inside are twenty classic fables, including The Tortoise and the Hare, The Goose Who Laid the Golden Eggs, and The City Mouse and the Country Mouse. Passed from generation to generation, Aesop's best-loved fables are presented here with beautiful illustrations that bring these naughty, bold, brave, and lovable creatures to life.

Christopher Robin Gives Pooh a Party (Winnie-the-Pooh story books)


A.A. Milne - 1990
    Eeyore thinks the party must be for him, and the present too, but nobody listens to poor Eeyore. This book is part of a series of "Winnie-the-Pooh" story books.

The Ugly Duckling


Hans Christian Andersen - 1843
    With keen emotion and fresh vision, the acclaimed artist captures the essence of the tale's timeless appeal: The journey of the awkward little bird -- marching bravely through hecklers, hunters, and cruel seasons -- is an unforgettable survival story; this blooming into a graceful swan is a reminder of the patience often necessary to discover true happiness. Splendid watercolors set in the lush countryside bring drama to life.