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Too tired to hop. No zip, no zap . . . What time is it? TIME FOR A NAP! The perfect board book for tired toddlers. This charming and cozy entry in the Snuggle Time series is now in board format! Every day's a busy day, with places to go, people to see, and things to do. But sometimes all that activity leaves a toddler tired and cranky. What time is it then? NAP TIME! With plenty of humor and fun, Phillis Gershator and David Walker capture a child's resistance to some much-needed sleep--and the Illustrations show little bunny throughout the days of the week, adding a concept lesson to the great message about the necessity of rest.
What time is it? It's TIME FOR A TRIP! Little Bunny's all packed and ready to go--and imagining the many ways his family might travel. Will they board a bus or a choo-choo train? Sail on a ferry or blast off on a plane? In the end, everyone piles in the car and they visit the best place of all: Gramps and Granny's house! What fun.
Tiyoro is not interested in marrying any of the men in her village, and she won't change her mind. But her friend Bafou may be just as stubborn as she is.
In this Chinese folktale, an unhappy young bride named Shui-mu must do all the chores in her mother-in-law's household, until a gift from a mysterious old woman brings change. This Cinderella-like story of overcoming cruelty and rewarding generosity is the origin of the revered Water Mother legend.
Granny warns Tukama not be tricked by the duppies-or ghosts-of their Caribbean island.
When is it time for a hug? Anytime! This feel-good story-now in paperback-assures kids there's plenty of love to go around the clock. From the moment Little Bunny wakes up in the morning until the moon comes out and the stars shine, every hour includes a warm hug from Big Bunny. Whether they bake or build, bike or hike, a caring hug always feels just right. This is a book that is generous with love, and full of the sweetest illustrations you've ever seen.
A modern-day fable finds the incorrigibly lazy Sambalena showing off and getting his head stuck inside a pot with no solution in sight, and his dilemma makes him wish he had stuck to his chores.
Talmudic and midrashic folklore use the teachings of the ancient sages to answer questions and teach moral lessons, often with a dash of humour. In this delightful collection, Phillis Gershator takes spiritual and folkloric elements and weaves them together with her unique humour to create a special version of the wondrous tales that have captivated readers for centuries. Stories of flying rabbis, miraculous loaves of bread, wise women, muscle-bound angels, and goats that carry bears on their heads will enchant children of all ages and those who read to them.
Introduce young readers to the sights and sounds of the year - from summer's sizzling sun to winter's crackling snow. Featuring breathtaking illustrations by internationally renowned illustrator, Alison Jay, this book will open your child's eyes and ears to the world around them!