This adaptation of a traditional children’s song features a little boy singing as he searches the house for his dog, in order to give him a walk. (The boy, with his orange hair and circular glasses frames, reminds me a bit of Sherman of “Mr.
A traditional nursery rhyme is given a cute Christmas twist with a little help from Santa Claus, and a lot from de Las Casas and Stone-Barker. Based on “The House that Jack Built,” and similar to the team's Halloween version, The House that Witchy Built, The House that Santa Built is a rollicking romp of rhythm, with elves and reindeer and snow and—of course—children taking part of the arctic antics in and out of Santa’s castle. The cut-paper collage illustrations are fun and fanciful. There are plenty of sound effects that make this a p
Part of the Touch, Look, and Learn! series, Animals Talk features wonderful single, textured illustrations of animals that make noise. Very young children will enjoy cuddling up to share this book while they feel the raised surfaces in the illustrations and make the fun animals sounds on each page. Try others in this series including Animals Go, Colors, and Counting.