A child describes the many layers of clothing needed to brave the winter weather.
A cat answers a young child's questions about such things as how much and where it sleeps, and whether or not it likes living with people.
On the first night of Hanukkah, a mother tells her family and a young guest the story of the holiday's origin.
Questions in verse about the many things you could be if you were square or soft or loud or red or small or fat or fierce or dark.
After a boy's mother buys him a hat, she buys him a mouse, shoes, boots, skis, mask, cello, and an elephant--none of which he is ever without.
A collection of poems about discovering the world.
Looks at the traces left behind by a turtle on the sand, a jet in the sky, and even a long-gone dinosaur in loose soil.
The 105 members of the Philharmonic Orchestra get ready for a performance.
James puts on his yellow slicker and goes out into the rain to play rainy day games with an ever-increasing number of different animals.
The fights between a mean, old cat and a lean, young cat always end in a draw and result in a waste of energy which proves the futility of war.
Brief text and illustrations depict the approach of night and the ritual of going to bed.
A rhyming tale of a city dog's first outing in the country.
A representative collection of Karla Kuskin's poetry with introductory notes on poetry writing and appreciation.
Includes poems chosen by the author from previously published collections, including "Soap Soup," "Near the Window Tree," and "Something Sleeping in the Hall."
A bear introduces a little dog to the seasons, telling him about the weather and the woods in short verses.