Wednesday, November 20, 2013

We have great gift picks for every kid of every age. 

Here are some of our favorites, and we'll be adding to the list! 

Richard Scarry’s Best Storybook Ever: 82 wonderful stories for boys and girls

A treasury of Scarry’s best work. Includes samplings from favorite Golden Books, “I am a Bunny” in its entirety, Mother Goose rhymes, the months of the year, trains, planes, colors, letters – 288 pages jam-packed with Richard Scarry’s lovable characters.  

Pirateria: The Wonderful Plunderful Pirate Emporium by Calef Brown

Ahoy there, Mateys! Here is a rollicking rhyming book about an emporium that sells everything a buccaneer (or mutineer) could possibly need for adventures on the high seas. 


The latest in the "-ology" books, this one is all about dinosaurs! 

Elephant & Piggie by Mo Willems 

These books are sure to be a hit with beginning readers. Grown-ups will also appreciate Mr. Willems' humor and often wry drawings. Also deals with sharing, compromise, feeling good about yourself, and other issues that pop up between friends. 

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore by William Joyce 

A wonderful story, beautifully illustrated, about a boy's lifelong love of books, and how it is passed on to others. 

Bread and Jam for Frances by Russell Hoban; illustrated by Lillian Hoban

Frances loves bread and jam so much, she could eat it for every meal! But for how long? Will Frances ever eat spaghetti, scrambled eggs, or peanut butter again?

I am a Bunny by Richard Scarry 

One of our all-time favorites. Nicholas the Bunny introduces young readers to his world and to the seasons, in this richly illustrated board book. 

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