A beautiful, retro-esque edition of that Play School classic, THE USEFUL BOOK, published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of this iconic Australian show. The perfect rainy-day book! Packed with activities, recipes, songs and so much more. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Australia's most iconic sh ...Show more
Discover the spellbinding magic of Swan Lake in this musical retelling of the ballet - push the button on each beautiful scene to hear the vivid sound of an orchestra playing from Tchaikovsky's score. This tale of a prince, a beautiful swan princess and an evil sorcerer begins in a woodland clearing far ...Show more
Time for bed, Little Tex. Rio Rosie, goodnight. Jump in your bunkbedsAnd close your eyes tight. So begins this dreamy, soothing poem that takes Tex and Rosie into the starry night.
Tootle, a young train in training, begins leaving the tracks to cavort in the meadow until engineer Bill figures out a way to lure him back.
Holly's not a baby anymore. She can dress, eat, and clean up all by herself . . . almost! Holly's eager to dress herself and brush her own hair--and she almost, kind of, nearly succeeds. When her clothes end up mismatched or her hair is sticking up, her family is always ready to step in and help. But th ...Show more
Alice and Martin Provensen’s illustrations are so delightful that children will want to join the fuzzy duckling on his stroll through the countryside, meeting animals along the way. This adorable counting story by Jane Werner Watson is as fresh today as it was in 1949.
This playful rhyming Little Golden Book asks, "How do penguins play?" Children will delight in watching bear cubs, seals, penguins, monkeys, and other animal friends frolicking joyfully with each other. Adorable pastel illustrations show these animals playing king-of-the-hill, keep away, and other fun a ...Show more
Chipmunk lives under the apple tree, in a burrow. He likes to eat cake and pick daffodils.This cheerful book features appealing animal characters, bright artwork in Scarry's early painterly style, and simple sentences that teach the alphabet.
No one has illustrated animals with as much warmth, humor, and realism as Garth Williams. This classic- full of piglets, kittens, calves, and bunnies- is one of his best. Simple, humorous text identifies each fuzzy, furry, or feathery farm animal capering about the farm. This longtime favorite has been ...Show more
This poetic book illustrates how even the tiniest things that we might take for granted, like the "jewels on the insect's back," are part of God's great plan. A comforting, gentle introduction to the concept of God, it is one of the most beautifully written and illustrated books on the Golden list.
Once there were two color kittens with green eyes, Brush and Hush . . .So goes the rollicking tale of two pouncy kittens who make all the colors in the world. First published more than 50 years ago, this much-requested title is now available as a Little Golden Book Classic, with its original cover!