A brand-new adventure for everyone’s favorite sneezing panda, from the New York Times bestselling team of Neil Gaiman and Adam Rex
A brand-new nonfiction photo essay picture book from the renowned Seymour Simon
Look out below! Let your creativity soar as toys of all shapes and sizes squeak, zip, and whirl across the page.
Splish! Splash! Sploosh! The adorable stars of Bears on Chairs and Bears in Beds are back, and they’re ready for bath time. Or are they?
A young girl shares her observations about the mallards near her house in an engaging, informative story sure to make a splash with duck lovers.
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called the sons of God.”
In this new Berenstain Bears 8×8 book, Blessed are the Peacemakers, Brother and Sister have a wide circle of friends at Bear Country School and they get along with pretty much everyone. But not all their friends get along with each other. Too Tall and his bullying gang, for instance, are often in conflict with Cousin Fred, Ferdy Factual, and their friends. So what happens when the cubs all need to work together on the annual school play? Brother and Sister have to decide whether they should “mind their own business” or get involved as peacemakers and try to calm the troubled waters.
*Originally reviewed in September 2008* Mary’s First Thanksgiving by Kathy-jo Wargin Illustrated by Robert Papp Genre: Christian Children’s Book Suggested Reading Ages: 4-7 Pages: 32 Jacketed Hardcover 9.3 wide x 11.1 high x 0.4 deep in. Date Published: August 2008 Publisher: Zondervan Mary is a modern pilgrim girl whose family came to this country for religious freedom. Her family faces hardships, but through the story of the first Thanksgiving, Mary recognizes her blessings. Most days, Mary loves her new home in America. But now it’s Thanksgiving time, and her family has little food. Mary begins to wish she could go back to Ireland. Life isn’t fair. Even the gift of a pumpkin pie from a kind neighbor doesn’t cheer her. So, Father tells Mary a story of how the Pilgrims struggled when they first came to America. The seeds they brought with them wouldn’t grow. Native Americans showed the new. . .
“For God made the Earth—He made everything! He makes all the wonders each season will bring. He changes the colors on leaves big and small, red, brown and yellow to tell us it’s Fall. He turns the fields into ribbons of Gold, sparkling with frost as the autumn grows cold.” Destined to become a family keepsake, this unique, jacketed hardcover celebrates the wonders of an entire season. With help from the alphabet, preschoolers journey through God’s harvest blessings—in the process discovering just how much there is to be thankful for! The fun is infectious as they learn to appreciate autumn for its beauty and bounty, opportunities to celebrate with friends and family, and traditions like barn dances, corn mazes, pumpkin carving, and more.