Invites the reader to solve the riddle of why Silly Milly likes certain things and dislikes others.
As one animal sits on another in an accumulating progression, the reader learns the sounds each animal makes.
Clifford is anxious for his loose tooth to fall out because he is hoping for a treat from the Tooth Fairy.
Simple rhyming text tells the story of a mouse in the house.
A young girl and her dog find many things to count on a rainy day, both as they play outside and after they come home to a warm, dry house.
When everything fails to persuade the princess to use her potty, the king and queen consult the royal advisor who gives them valuable advice.
When everything fails to persuade the princess to use her potty,the king and queen consult the royal advisor who gives them valuable advice.
When the young prince refuses to use his potty, the king and queen are afraid he will wear diapers all his life, until the Royal Wise Man suggests an unlikely solution.
Spring is here, and the Flower Princesses are having a party, but where is Princess Buttercup?
Provides photographs and descriptions in rhyme of careers, asking the reader to guess the name of the described career.
A father describes for his son how each animal on the farm goes to sleep.
Rhyming text explores the number two, especially as it relates to twins, who are "just as two as two can be." On board pages.