Pinkalicious and her family go on a trip to the beach for a day of sun, fun, and sand castles! The day gets even more exciting when Pinkalicious finds a mini-mermaid named Aqua while she’s collecting shells. Aqua wants to find her way home, and Pinkalicious and Peter decide to help—after they show her all of the pinkamazing things to do at the seashore!
The book is full of beautiful illustrations between Pinkalicious and her family and Aqua the Merminnie. Pinkalicious finds Aqua and shows her around and has an adventure of a day with her.
Charlie the Ranch Dog’ series at first attracted me with their illustrations that remind me of the picture books from my childhood with its slightly retro style. And though the stories brought in each particular edition are not difficult to understand and usually do not have some profound message, these are still the books with which children will have a great time with regard to the authors style and appealing artwork.
Though Drummond became known because of her cooking website and bestselling cookbook ‘The Pioneer Woman Cooks’ with this series of children’s books she showed her versatility, that quickly secured Charlie own popularity among children and their parents. Another cute book that can be read to your child and they will love it.
It was a hot day, and cute young panda Chu together with his family went to the beach. And like all the pandas Chu loves the beach with all the entertaining things the seaside offers – lot of sun, sea and sand.
There could be nothing that can spoil a perfect day at the beach for Chu. Or is there?
‘Chu’s Day at the Beach’ is the third book in popular series for children that in previous two installments delivered nicely illustrated and beautifully told stories with which was not difficult for kids to identify with. And this time the artwork is great and the book is a real delight to browse through. And this book is great for my son, we are heading to the beach this week, and we are getting him into the beach mood. Hes a water baby and loves to be in the water.
Florabelle just can’t seem to pay attention. And although her family can be a bit serious at times, she knows that life is always more fun when you use your imagination.
Although Florabelle is little, her dreams are big, and colorful. She prefers to live in her imagination, where everything is in flowery shades of pink. Her more serious family however, would prefer that she keep her feet on the ground and pay more attention to her surroundings. When Florabelle’s overactive imagination causes her to ruin dinner, her parents have had enough and warn they will cancel a planned beach trip if she can’t be more conscientious. Determined to make it to the outing, Florabelle decides to be serious. Once at the beach, she is frightened of the ocean. It isn’t until she uses her imagination, again, to pretend that she is a mermaid, that she enjoys the day. Back at home she gets ready for bed and gently drifts into her dreams.
She reminds me of me when I was growing up , I loved to pretend to be other places and doing other things.
Splat and his class go on a field trip to an ice cream factory in this delectable I Can Read book from New York Times bestselling author-artist Rob Scotton. Splat can barely sit still during the bus ride. He’s imagining the mountain of ice cream he thinks he’ll get to eat! But when Splat gets there, that mountain becomes more of an avalanche. It’s up to Splat and his classmates to save the day!
Splat’s class is going on a field trip to the ice cream factory. He thinks he’s going to eat a mountain of ice cream! But when that mountain turns into an avalanche, it’s up to Splat and his classmates to save the day!
Grab your ol’ flip-flops and your sunblock, too, for this fun-in-the-sun story told to the tune of the debut original song by Lennon and Maisy Stella, stars of the hit ABC show Nashville.
With a sweet surprise ending, this story will delight readers young and old, and with photos of the girls from years past, this picture book keepsake is the perfect present for any Lennon and Maisy fan. These books are all cute and my son has taken the ones he wanted, he has them sitting on his bed and he will look at them.
What happens while you’re sleeping? With lush, beautiful watercolors and cut-paper collage, Christie Matheson reveals the magic of the nighttime sky, using the same kinds of toddler-perfect interactive elements as her acclaimed Tap the Magic Tree. Wave good-bye to the sun, gently press the firefly, make a wish on a star, rub the owls on their heads, and . . . shhhh.
First fireflies, a deer, stars, and constellations appear, then a full moon and owls take their turn. All is finally still until the first light of dawn, when the magic of the day returns. The simple text is engaging and conversational and little ones responding to each prompt are not likely to be distracted by the occasional faulty rhyme. The mixed-media collage art features a palette of blues as gentle and warm as a summer evening. Full-page illustrations evoke the expanse of space while the nearly transparent earthly creatures enhance the peaceful ambiance of this magical reading experience. Those who are interested in the science behind the magic will enjoy the final page, which provides some basic information about the nocturnal world depicted.