Coco Chanel is a fashion version of Cinderella—minus the Prince Charming since she had so many Prince Charmings.
“What are you saying—that my kid has bad manners?”
Although this slim and petite volume is supposedly aimed at the juvenile crowd, it must be said that the book possesses a great deal of charm and charisma for those of us of more advanced age.
Young children love asking “how” and “why” questions almost as much as they love flipping through lively and colorful picture books.
Suffice to say National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Who is amply illustrated.
Catalan architect Anotni Gaudí may have been laughed at by many for his whimsical creations, but he went on to become one of the most important architects of the 19th century.
“Kadir Nelson has created a beautiful, heartfelt tribute to an icon of social justice.”
“Who knew that buildings had so much to say? All we had to do was listen—and Isabel Hill absolutely speaks the mysterious language of buildings.”
The April release of this colorful and interesting guide to renewable energy and broader environmental concerns coincides with Earth celebrations around the world, the annual international focus on
A book about Einstein for preschoolers? How scary, right? Not at all!
How would a five-year-old boy experience the birth of Jesus?
My Penguin Osbert In Love is a delightful story filled with friendship, devotion, and love. My Penguin Osbert In Love is the second book in this series.
National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Animals is a wonderful animal reference that will delight children and will entertain them for years to come.
This historically accurate book, a real gift to children, explains the effective and admirable life of Effa Manley, the first important female baseball clubowner.