Learn letters, words, and activities with this alphabet book. Illustrations feature a diverse group of kids with Down syndrome.
Baby / Toddler
Loud or quiet. Busy or slow. A baby's life is always filled with lots of love. Celebrate the love in your baby's life with these six verses.
A baby and big brother figure out how to communicate and get along without using words.
Lulu, Andrew and Zuzu all fall down, get boo-boos, and learn how to make them better.
Illustrations and rhyming text describe babies in terms of different sweet and tasty brown treats.
V is for the view through the kaliedascope and S is for a quick swim in the pool! Learn the alphabet by exploring a child's day through the gorgeous illustrations of Ida Pearle.
For young Jay Jay, Sunday dinner at Gran's house is full of hugs and kisses, tasty dishes, all kinds of fishes, happy faces, and love.
Supported by her family, an African American girl is self confident about what she can do and in turn supports a younger family member.
Snap! Clap! Tap! Jazz baby and his family make music before baby takes a well deserved nap!
A little girl celebrates the joys of jumping from the moment she wakes up until it's time to jump back in bed.
Three babies are caught up in the air and given loving attention by a father, grandmother, and mother. They can't get enough love!
A little girl contrasts all of the amazing things she can do for herself that had to be done for her when she was a baby, from dressing herself to reading to her baby sister.
A toddler plays peekaboo with parents, grandparents, toys, and the moon while getting ready for bed.
A toddler plays peek-a-boo throughout the day. Help him find his mommy, daddy, and puppy too!
Relatives arriving in succession give in to their desire to squeeze and kiss and play with the baby.
In rhyming verse with Mexican imagery and a Spanish refrain, a mother tells her baby how much she loves them.
Rhyming text compares babies born in different places and in different circumstances, but they all share the commonality of ten little fingers and ten little toes.
Numbers from ten to one are part of this lullaby which observes the room of a little girl going to bed.
Two twin girls, who have always shared everything, sleep in separate beds with their own blankets for the first time. Learning how not to share might be even harder than learning to share!
As a toddler keeps getting into mischief throughout the day, the reader is invited to discover what the trouble is with each page-turn and to say "uh-oh."
A mother and father welcome their new baby by introducing them to all the different parts of the world.