"Animals and children alike watch as the world transforms from the dark and dead of winter to a full and blooming spring"--Provided by publisher.
After helping her mother weed, water, and chase the rabbits from their garden, a young girl imagines her dream garden complete with jellybean bushes, chocolate rabbits, and tomatoes the size of beach balls.
Chrysanthemum loves her name, until she starts going to school and the other children make fun of it.
Illustrations and easy-to-read text introduce the colors, songs, and activities of summer.
As he hops along a little rabbit wonders what it would be like to be green as grass, tall as fir trees, hard as rocks, and flutter like butterflies.
Three little birds crack their way out of eggs and fly away, leaving one egg sitting all alone until the three chicks come back and discover a friendly baby alligator has finally hatched.
An owl, puppy, bear, bunny, and pig wait for marvelous things to happen.
Invites the reader to see the sun, bright as a flower, a flower on a hill that looks like a lion, a lion that dreams of flowers as big as the sun, and more.
Illustrations and easy-to-read text introduce such basic concepts as adjectives, adverbs, daytime, and nighttime as they follow five elephants marching from dawn to dusk.
When Kitten mistakes the full moon for a bowl of milk, she ends up tired, wet, and hungry trying to reach it.
"Animals and children alike watch as the world transforms from the dark and dead of winter to a full and blooming spring."--Provided by publisher.
"For the first time, all nine of Caldecott Medalist Kevin Henkes's bestselling, award-winning mouse picture books are available together in a jacketed hardcover treasury."
Penny instantly loves the doll her grandmother sends her, but finding the perfect name for her is a challenge.
Lilly loves everything about school, especially her teacher, but when he asks her to wait a while before showing her new purse, she does something for which she is very sorry later.
Penny feels guilty after taking a beautiful blue marble that she sees in Mrs. Goodwin's grass, but gets a pleasant surprise when she goes to return it the next day.
A mouse named Wemberly, who worries about everything, finds that she has a whole list of things to worry about when she faces the first day of nursery school.
Penny has a new sled, but will it ever snow?
Chester and Wilson share the same exact way of doing things, until Lilly moves into the neighborhood and shows them that new ways can be just as good.
Penny comes home from school eager to share her very own song, but must wait until the time is right to teach it to her parents and the babies.
When Old Bear falls asleep for the winter, he has a dream that he is a cub again, enjoying each of the four seasons.