Guess whose shoe! Ballet dancers, hockey players, clowns, babies, and horses are just some of the people (and animals) who wear distinctive footgear. Babies (and their older siblings) will have a wonderful time figuring out who wears the various shoes -- and why?
An original take on some favorite nursery rhymes - this is one search for a new house that's bound to be more pleasure than trouble. There was an old woman who lived in a shoe. She had so many children, she didn't know what to do. She gave them some broth without any bread, Then took them to live in a new home instead. Too messy, too woolly, too noisy, too small. Whether it's Humpty Dumpty's wall or Mother Hubbard's cupboard, the old woman (who once lived in a shoe) and her children (who once lived there, too) just can't seem to find a new home big enough for their growing needs. So where will they turn for a cozy night's rest?
Count up from 1 to 10.... turn the book around, and then count down. It's two books in one! Children will learn to count from one to ten with this inventive, entertaining novelty book from Caldecott Honor winner Suse MacDonald! As the die-cut pages are turned, they create a lively, vibrant scene. And when little ones reach the end of the book, they'll find that they can flip it around and then count down--from ten to one!