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Beach Ball - Left, Right by
Publication Date: 1992-03-01
This simple concept book focuses on a beach ball and the meaning of left and right.
In, over and on the Farm by
Publication Date: 2015-08-18
It’s time for fun on the farm with the Geisel Award-winning author of Up, Tall, and High! Why is Pig inside Chicken’s coop? How many animal friends can fit on top of a tractor? Lift the flaps to find out in three easy-to-read stories that will take readers all over the farm!
Joey and Jet by
Publication Date: 2004-08-24
A boy, his dog, and their ball lead very young readers on a citywide chase. Jet the pup tracks the ball to a series of amusing places, then revisits each one as he returns with the ball to his boy, Joey. Full color.
Left or Right? by
Publication Date: 1991-09-23
Introduces the concept of left and right through a series of photographs, in which locating the objects becomes increasingly challenging.
What's up, What's Down? by
Publication Date: 2002-08-06
Pretend you're a toad. Look up. What do you see? Imagine you're a whale. Look down. What do you see? Now, come along on a picture book journey that invites you to see the world from many different perspectives. Look up, down, and everywhere in between. What do you see?
Where Is Jumper? by
Publication Date: 2015-10-13
Take a peek at prepositions while searching for a missing mouse in this clever concept book from the author of Balancing Act. The mice can’t find their friend Jumper! They look over branches and under leaves. They look between the weeds and down into Mole’s tunnel. But still no Jumper. Where, oh where, could their sneaky pal be? In the tradition of Ellen Stoll Walsh’s beloved concept books Balancing Act, Mouse Paint, and Mouse Shapes, this story explores prepositions through the antics of charming, fun-loving mice.