Various young woodland animals describe, in their own unique ways, what they love most about hugs from their fathers. Includes a list of creatures hidden in the pictures for readers to find.
Bird comes to feel less shy when Bunny helps her rebuild her ruined nest, showing her what a good friend can be.
As a mother duck leads her ducklings home, one dawdles and is left behind but, luckily, a friend is there to help the little duckling back to his nest in time for bed.
A mother duck leads her brood around the pond as she searches for one missing duckling.
When Farmer Gray goes away for the day, Blue Goose, Red Hen, Yellow Chick, and White Duck get together and paint their black and white farm.
Billy and his parents discuss how big he is getting.
Ten animals find shelter in a hill hollow one by one, but when the storm is over, a rumbling tells them there is still danger afoot.
Five chicks and their mother peck in the corn patch in search of breakfast.
Goose, Duck, Hen, Bird and the little chick, itself, cannot tell to whom a new hatchling belongs, but its mother knows.
Squirrel is too busy getting ready for winter to nibble a pumpkin with Mouse, run in the field with Dog, or otherwise play with any of the other animals.
Goose, Duck, Hen, Bird, and the little chick itself cannot tell to whom a new hatchling belongs, but its mother knows.
Questions and answers highlight some outstanding characteristics of farm animals, such as a chicken's feathers and a horse's mane.
A little boy falls asleep after reading a book about animals in a jungle, and then he meets them all in his dream.
A child counts the days to Christmas, from one to twenty-five, preparing a surprise for the woodland animals as she waits.
Forest animals come out after a fresh snow to eat the seeds a thoughtful child has scattered on the ground.
Mama animals tell their little ones all the ways they are loved, forever and always.
Bird cannot find Bunny during a game of hide-and-seek and worries that Bunny has run away.