This sweet picture book celebrates the unbreakable bond of a parent’s support for a child though life’s milestones, from learning to walk to the first day of school and all the highs and lows in between.
From the night you arrive to your first night away,
from learning to crawl to healing a broken heart,
and for all the highs and lows in between. . .
through every season, every challenge, and every joy, you are loved.
With sweet, lyrical text from Maggie C. Rudd and stunning art by Elisa Chavarri, I’ll Hold Your Hand celebrates the unbreakable bond of family, and all the ways our actions can say “I love you” louder than words.
Bea is anxiously waiting for her friends to show up for her birthday party. The worries start to grow around her like tree branches. She asks herself questions like, “What if my friends don’t like the games?” Her stomach flip-flops and she feels shaky. She tries to run away from the thoughts in the worry tree, but it doesn’t work! Bea uses deep-breathing exercises and visualization techniques to calm herself down. Includes a Note to Parents and Caregivers by Ara Schmitt, PhD, about the ways in which kids can respond to their anxious thoughts.
“A laugh-out-loud tour de force.” —Kirkus, starred review
Ever wish you had a way to magically solve all of your problems? The kids at Hopewell Elementary School might have exactly what you’re searching for–just walk down the hall and stop at Locker 37. This highly illustrated series is a fun and accessible read, perfect for reluctant readers looking for a little magic!
In the first book of the Locker 37 series, Carson Cooper realizes that he has a very inconveniently located stain on his pants. That is NOT the way to start things off on the first day of school. Fortunately, Carson finds a letter written by last year’s fourth graders stuck to the bottom of his desk with some watermelon bubble gum. The note explains the existence of Locker 37, which will provide a solution to any problem! And when Carson sneaks off to the locker it does, indeed, provide a solution–an eraser! But the problem is that the eraser works a little too well, erasing anything it’s rubbed against three times. ANYTHING.
Dream big: the new Peanuts animated movie features Snoopy as the World War I Flying Ace―see where it all began in this all-ages gift book collection of Schulz’s newspaper strip!Snoopy Vs. the Red Baron collects all of Schulz’s beloved strips starring Snoopy as the famous World War I flying ace in his perennial battles with the infamous Red Baron of Germany.
“Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty or more / the bloody Red Baron was rollin’ up the score / Eighty men died tryin’ to end that spree / of the bloody Red Baron of Germany…In the nick of time, a hero arose / A funny-looking dog with a big black nose”
Including both dailies and Sundays, Snoopy Vs. the Red Baron follows the valiant and indefatigable Snoopy as, time after time in his doghouse/Sopwith Camel, he braves the wrath of his unseen aerial foe. The brave little beagle’s epic battles are brought to thrilling cartoon life.
“He flew into the sky to seek revenge / But the Baron shot him down / “Curses, foiled again!”
The Snoopy and Red Baron encounters were some of the most inspired―and most popular―episodes in all of Peanuts and among the stories most beloved by children and adults alike.