New releases for August
Doesn’t the tail of a little fish look like the tail of a big whale? And the face of a little mouse like the face of a hedgehog? Take a closer look at these fun books about animals!
A lot of animals live in my neighborhood. The cow, the pig, the sheep and the chicken live on the farm. In my garden, I can see a bird,a squirrel and a mole. I also have pets: a dog, a cat, a rabbit, a goldfish. And then there are small animals like the bee, the snail and the ladybird!
A little book filled with recognizable illustrations of the many animals a child commonly encounters.
A lot of animal faces look alike. The face of a little mouse looks a lot like the face of a hedgehog. And doesn’t the head of the rooster look like the head of a chicken? And what about the rabbit’s and the sheep’s little face?
Take a close look, then you’ll see for yourself!
A fun little book with half pages, that will make animals appear in a surprising way.
Many animals have similar tails.
The donkey’s tail waves just as cheerfully as a zebra’s.
And doesn’t the tail of a little fish look like the tail of a big whale?
And who has a tail that looks a lot like a horse’s tail?
Take a close look, and you’ll see for yourself!
A fun book with split pages that make animals appear in a surprising way.
For toddlers ages 18 months and up, with a focus on the child’s world.
This is Ducky. Ducky is on his way home. Cheerfully he walks to the forest. But hey, he has to go through the big monster forest! What will Ducky do? Do you think he is afraid of monsters?
Have a look!
On every page you can discover a color and recognize a part of the body. And with the monsters you learn how to count from one to ten! Can you spot the blue beetle on every page? An instructive book about funny monsters and a brave little duck for hours of fun.
Does little giraffe eat all alone? Of course not, mommy giraffe is around too. They are eating together. All animals -- elephants, kangaroos, zebras and more -- in this book are busy. All alone? Have a look!
A cheerful book with flaps about small animals in their environment
Does mouse squeak all alone? Oh no, his little brothers and sisters are there too. They all squeak together. A lot of animals -- goats, pigs, chickens, roosters, birds and more -- in this book make sounds. All alone? Take a look!
A lively book with flaps about small animals and animal sounds.
It’s time for bed! The kitten yawns. Look. I think it is tired. All the little animals yawn. And the little kid? Does the little kid yawn too? You’ll find out as you lift-the-flaps in this surprising book.
A sleepytime book filled with tired animals and friendly flaps from the author-illustrator of the Oppenheim Gold Award winner Whose Hat is That?
Little White Fish is a very playful fish.
Luckily, he has many friends to play with.
They play all sorts of games together: tag, hide-and-seek, blowing bubbles….
Yes, Little White Fish and his friends have a lot of fun together!
A simple book about friendship and games. For playful children ages 2 and up.
"A must-add for individual collections and storytime rotations." -- Larisa Martin, Youth Librarian, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
"A lot of actions that parents and tots could act out together as well as reinforcing the colors. A cute little story that would be quick to read, but with a lot of follow up and rereading possibilities." -- Carolyn Johnson-Hicks, elementary educator