Set in the wilds of Africa, Caldecott Honor winner Rachel Isadora's stunning interpretation of the beloved Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale portrays African animals and landscapes with beautiful detail. As the ugly duckling searches for a place where he can fit in, Isadora's vibrant collages capture the beauty in everything from glistening feathers to shimmering sunsets.
This little chick can make more than just a peep -- he can make some big animal noises! Most little chicks barely make a peep, but not this little chick! While his brothers and sisters nestle close to their mother hen, this little chick struts off on his own to make some new friends in the farmyard. And he has a wonderful time of it - sliding off the back of a shiny pink pig, hopping along with frogs, skipping with a flock of frisky sheep, and imitating all the sounds these animals make.
A brilliantly original picture book about seeking acceptance offers a cleverly hidden image on every page. Meet the Nose, a simple fellow who just wants to belong. It;s easy enough for the Nose to stick out, but will he ever be able to fit in? The Nose's search for a place where he can be happy sends him wandering high and low, far and wide, until he makes a remarkable and reassuring discovery.
InThe Twins' Little Sister by award-winning picture book author Hyewon Yum, being twins means having two of almost everything: two twin beds, two polka-dot dresses, two dolls. But these two little girls have only one mom. This is a big problem. Soon there will be an even bigger problem: Mom is having a baby, and the twins will have a little sister. But Mom has only two arms. Who's going to hold the baby's hand? Luckily, once the baby arrives, the twins discover the pleasures of being big sisters. They also learn thatthere is more than enough love to go around.A Frances Foster Book