A boy imagines himself living in various animals' homes, then decides his own warm house and cozy bed are just right for him.
Animal parents describe how much they love their children by comparing them to food.
Includes fifteen familiar folk tales and fables, such as "The Gingerbread Boy," "The Hare and the Turtle," "The Little Red Hen," and "The Lion and the Mouse."
A selection of poems and rhymes by a variety of English and American poets.
Chester Chipmunk can't seem to find anybody to share his Thanksgiving dinner.
A child, on the verge of being left behind by parents who are going out for the evening, comes up with a variety of pleas and excuses.
Although his behavior sometimes seems naughty, Sam the dog is a very good boy who helps his family and friends.
An anthology of familiar nursery rhymes.
When the sun sets on a quiet country town, the nighttime sounds and scents begin.
A young boy has unusual experiences after leaving the doctor's office with a balloon full of medicine and a head full of helium.
An infant's mother gives him many loving nicknames until he surprises her by saying "Mama".
If his mother has made other important mistakes, can Nick trust her word that there are no goblins and such lurking around in the night?
Jason Bear thinks he's terrific and even awards himself gold stars for superior performance in his chores. His friends don't like to be around him.
A young monster is afraid of the dark because he believes that a person may be lurking under the bed or in a corner.
Responding to the anonymous valentine he receives, Cousin Archie sets off a whole chain of valentine giving.
A collection of wake-me-up songs and good morning poems, from a variety of sources, set to music.
None of the animals' explanations for the origin of thunder seems reassuring to the frightened T. Tyler Toad as he hides in a hole waiting for the storm to pass.