Little Six is an active and endearing girl who loves to count to six. Readers learn about the concept of the number six as they follow Little Six on her daily walk.
Little Seven is a lovable and curious boy who enjoys counting to seven. Readers learn about the concept of the number seven as they follow Little Seven on his eventful day counting seven of numerous animals and objects.
Little ten plays with her ten robot dolls and manipulates other toys and items for the reader to see what numbers can be put together to make ten.
Mike enlists the help of a variety of animals to find Mama Kangaroo's baby, but they all get so sleepy they hop in Mama's pouch for a nap
Melissa helps a circus clown find the animals that have escaped from his train.
Little Bear makes a tiny snowball that she puts on the end of her nose, but it falls off and rolls down the hill, becoming a very big snowball in the process.
David visits a farm and finds out what each of the animals does to make our lives better.
Peter opens a word window and plays hide-and-seek with the animals he finds there.
Mousekin's mommy reminds her it is a special day, but the little mouse cannot seem to figure out why.
Two children playing dress-up pretend to be firemen, police officers, and other helpers.
Three little rabbits exhibit both good and bad habits regarding their attitudes toward new experiences, taking care of their things, behaving with others, getting enough rest, and eating healthy.
Katie plays with her toy bears using chairs and later serves them pears.
Nanny goat gets a sore throat when she falls in the water when her boat does not float, but her friends help her recover.
A little girl finds a caterpillar in the field one day and brings it home where she watches it undergo an amazing transformation.
Twelve little bears describe the weather and activities associated with each month of the year.
The reader is asked to help a clown pick the correct colors to paint a fire engine, truck, and steam shovel.
An astronaut in a magic moon machine agrees to take Kim with him on his journey, but Kim has so much baggage the machine will not fly
Even though he has not quite mastered the skill of barking, Mr. Doodle's poodle performs many tricks. Includes a vocabulary list.
Andy learns that he can swing and sway, stretch and swim, gallop, sing, jump, skip, and wiggle, just like the animals do at the zoo. Includes a lesson on counting one to ten.
A little crocodile gives advice on how to have a happy, snappy smile by developing healthy habits.
Little Hippo learns safe ways to play after having a series of accidents.
Megan goes for a ride with a dragon in a wagon and they continue traveling by a great variety of transportation modes and greet a great variety of creatures along the way.
Four funny apes help Tracy find shapes in the objects around her, including the circle in a doughnut, the triangle in a kite, and the rectangle in a door.
The farmer's hat blows away and is used by many animals on and around the farm until it once again comes to rest back on the farmer's head.
Little a fills his box with things beginning with the letter "a" and is treated to a ride by an astronaut.
Little b goes for a walk and finds many things that begin with the letter "b" to put in her box.
he "My First Steps to Reading" series is based on a teaching activity that helps children learn to recognize letters and their sounds. The use of predictable language patterns and repetition of familiar words will also help your child build a basic sight vocabulary. Your child will enjoy watching the characters in the books place imaginative objects in "letter boxes." You and your child can even create and fill your own letter box, using stuffed animals, cut-out pictures, or other objects beginning with the same letter. This book concentrates on the hard "c" sound in the story line. Blends are included. Words beginning with the soft "c" sound are included at the end of the book.
Little d plays with many things beginning with the letter d.
Little "e" fills his box with eggs, elves, and other things beginning with the short letter "e".
Little g goes into the garden and finds many things that begin with hard "g" to put in her box
Little h has adventures with things beginning with the letter h
Little "i" fills her box with inchworms and other things beginning with the short letter "i."
Little j fills his box with many things beginning with the letter "j."
Little k goes for a walk dressed up like a king and finds many items beginning with "k" to put in his box.
The things Little l chooses to put in his box do not wish to stay there--the lambs, lizards, lion, lobster, and leopard all leap out.
Little m finds things beginning with the letter m to put in his box, including a magician who takes them all to the moon.
Little n fills her box with many things that begin with the letter "n."
Little "o" fills his box with otters, an octopus, an ostrich, and other things beginning with the short letter "o."
Educational book about the sound 'q' makes
Little r finds a variety of animals and things beginning with the letter r to put in his box.
Little s goes for a walk along the sea and finds many things that begin with the letter "s" to put in his box.
Little t looks for toys beginning with the letter t to put in his box.
Little "u" fills her box with umbrellas and many other things that begin with the short letter "u".
After putting violets, velvet, and a veil in her box, Little v makes valentines with them and gives a party
Little w fills her box with a variety of items that begin with the letter "w."
Книги для малышей
- Baby Einstein
- Учим цифры и счёт
- Стишки для малышей
- Учим цвета
- Сказки, рассказы, истории
- Песенки для малышей
- Изучаем части тела
- Знакомимся с животными
- Учим алфавит
- Учим первые слова
- Учим формы и фигуры
- Touch and feel (тактильные)
- Спокойной ночи, малыши
- Книги о праздниках
- Другие книги для малышей
- Обучающие книги
- Книги для дошкольников
- Коллекции книг
- Художественная литература
- Все книги
- Книги для малышей