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.
How to Hug is a complete hugging manual for children. It includes instructions on how to properly hug both humans and animals in a comical approach. It is the perfect story for those that hug too long, those that hug too tight, or even those that try to hug the cat! Christy’s humorous illustrations supplement proper hugging techniques on each page. So prepare children for the many impending hugs they will receive this holiday season by sharing How to Hug.
This picture book explores the many types of quiet a child may encounter in their everyday lives. Quiet can be cozy and nice, shameful and remorseful, or shocking and scary. Liwska portrays these different types of quiet experiences with furry woodland friends that are drawn with a beautifully detailed hand. Children will relate to many of the examples of quiet, especially “bedtime kiss quiet.” A great story for bedtime.