A snowman comes alive as the child building it adds pieces during the first ten days of winter.
When Bear notices that winter is nearly here he hurries to tell Snail, after which each animal tells another until finally the already sleeping Bear is awakened in his den with the news.
Illustrations and rhyming text describe the activities of animals living in and near a small pond as spring progresses to autumn.
When a cow loses her moo, she searches to see if another animal in the barn has it.
Eric Carle and fourteen other beloved children's book artists illustrate their favorite bugs and explain why they love them.
A cumulative rhyme about the animals who help Robin build her nest.
Rhymed text (crunch, munch, caterpillars lunch) presents a toddler's view of creatures found in the grass from lunchtime till nightfall, such as bees, ants, and moles.
Each day, Papa Duck goes out with his ducklings but on Monday only four come back, on Tuesday only three, but on Saturday all return when he calls and on Sunday, they stay home and rest.
A mouse works his way through the alphabet as he folds the "F," measures the "M," and rolls the "R."
All the farm animals are where they should be, clucking and mucking, mewing and cooing, except for the missing goose.
It is time to get dressed and Michael counts on his dog, Maggie, for help as he places yellow socks, a brown hat, blue pants, and other colorful articles of clothing where they belong.
While two kittens copy everything their mother does, their brother naps.
A feisty mouse peeks out of his hole and spies a table laden with goodies and with every turn of the page he samples one colourful food after another.
Pulp paintings and rhyming text spotlight the underground world of burrowing, tunneling, and digging animals. Includes "Creature Identification" page.
A collection of simple works which introduce colors, shapes, numbers, animals, food, and nursery rhymes.
The antics of lively and colorful animals present the numbers one to ten, twenty, thirty, forty, and fifty.
Mouse invites the reader to shout out what he or she knows as they review numbers, letters, and easy words.
Examines the many forms of wildlife that can be displaced if their environment is destroyed by development and discusses how communities and schools can provide spaces for them to live.
Buster the dog thinks his perfect life is spoiled when Betty the cat comes to live with him, until he learns not to be afraid of cats.
Illustrations and rhyming text reveal the great variety of beetles and their swirling, humming, crashing activities.