The famous nineteenth-century nursery rhyme about the school-going lamb is accompanied by the music later written for it.
An illustrated collection of Mother Goose nursery rhymes, including well-known ones such as "Little Boy Blue" and less familiar ones such as "Six little mice sat down to spin."
When Benny blows a big bubble the wind carries it past a number of people and animals.
A young boy who loves the countryside determines to find the source of the black cloud that hovers above it.
Tells how the first Persian carpet was created to replace King Balash's lost treasure.
Illustrations and simple text describe the ways various animals communicate, such as "Owls hoot," "Pigs squeal," and "Bees buzz."
Introduces some of the objects and activities associated with the celebration of Easter. On board pages.
Bossy Moffie and her quiet twin brother Morgie both enjoy starting school, especially getting gold stars and making new friends.
On a particularly brilliant starlit night, an old man finds his sleep interrupted several times by the unusual activity outside his window.
A small boy enjoys his relationship with his grandmother and his great-grandmother, but he learns to face their inevitable death.
When the moon gets stuck between two hills, the unicorn tries to free it with help from a griffin and an alchemist.
An illustrated collection of poems, fables, and stories for the nursery, with an emphasis on traditional tales.
A houseful of relatives turns "Mrs. C." and Santa's Christmas into a string of surprises, from the arrival of a pet polar bear to Cousin James B.'s flaming plum pudding.
An illustrated collection of poems by such authors as Dorothy Aldis, Carl Sandburg, Langston Hughes, and Federico Garcia Lorica.
Old Mother Hubbard runs errand after errand for her remarkable dog.
His classmate's taunts don't stop Oliver from doing what he likes best.