Gerald is tired and cranky and wants to take a nap, but Piggie is not helping.
"Piggie really likes slop. She likes it so much, she wants Gerald to try some! But can Gerald find the courage to do it? Or will the smell alone be too much to handle?"--Provided by publisher.
Gerald the elephant discovers that there is something worse than a bird on your head-- two birds on your head! Piggie will try to help her best friend.
Triceratops, Pterodactyl, Brontosaurus, and T-Rex each have an itch, but Dino-Mo reminds them of the sign with a very important rule: Dinosaurs do not scratch.
The pigeon must go to school, but frets about math, learning the alphabet, heavy backpacks, and what the teacher and other birds will think of him.
"The Pigeon is dirty and he needs a bath, but he won't go willingly"--Provided by publisher.
This is an unflinching and hilarious look at a child's potential for mischief. In a plain palette, with childishly elemental line drawings, Willems has captured the essence of unreasonableness in the very young.
"Piggie is determined to thank everyone she knows, but Gerald thinks she will forget someone important"--Provided by publisher.
"There are only three cookies and four hungry friends to share them with. This is not good. This is not equal!"-- Provided by publisher.
If you choose to wear unmatched shoes, can they still be a pair?
Friends search for Zoom Squirrel's missing baby tooth. Includes "acorn-y jokes" and "cool facts."
Gerald the elephant tries to tell Piggie that ball-throwing is serious business, but Piggie just wants to have fun.
Her daddy in tow, Trixie hurries to school to show off her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny. But an awful surprise awaits her: someone else has the exact same bunny!
When three hungry dinosaurs lay a trap hoping to catch something to eat, Goldilocks who never listens to warnings, walks into their house and springs the trap.
Leonardo is a terrible monster -- he can't seem to frighten anyone. When he discovers the perfect nervous little boy, will he scare the lunch out of him? Or will he think of something better?
When two fearful children are terrified of each other, their respective monsters try to help.
A series of events, some seemingly very insignificant, lead to a young girl attending a life-changing concert.