George has absolutely no interest in exploring the world. None at all.
He’s far too busy enjoying his home life and baking delicious pastries. Or so he tells all his friends when they invite him along on their wonderful adventures.
But when George’s friend Pascal digs a little deeper, the real reason George refuses to travel away from home is finally revealed . . . From the children’s book author of the acclaimed Herman and Rosie comes Gus Gordon’s Somewhere Else.
“When I grow up I want to be clever and funny, wild and free.” One little bear shares his hopes and dreams in this picture book treasure from the ever-popular Emma Dodd. Featuring rhyming texts and delightful artwork embellished with foiling throughout, this much-loved title is now available in paperback.
What does a mother love most about her baby? Everything.
Parents love each and every thing about their child, as demonstrated by the charming mother and baby koala in Emma Dodd’s Everything. Featuring heartwarming illustrations embellished with foil, this cozy bedtime read is a handsome addition to any nursery bookshelf.
Thêm một em thích lý sự, bằng “văn bản” hẳn hoi, để đòi LẠI cho mình căn phòng, với “tuyên ngôn”: “Why do I, the oldest and most important kid, have to suffer just because YOU and Mom had another baby?” sau rất nhiều mềm mỏng năn nỉ, hứa hẹn, kể công, …
“Anh” bố trong câu chuyện này kiên trì thư đi thư lại, giải quyết rất khéo. Và rất vui.
Ever since their baby sister came along, Alex has been forced to share a room with his little brother, Ethan, and it’s a nightmare. Ethan always breaks stuff, snores like a walrus, and sticks crayons up his nose. No hardworking, well-behaved, practically grown-up boy like Alex should have to put up with that!
Writing letters to his mom convinced her to let him get his pet iguana, so Alex puts pencil to paper again, this time determined to get his own room. Though all of his powers of persuasion can’t get his dad to expand the house, he does come through with a fun alternative to give Alex some space of his own.
Tắm đã phức tạp thì KHÔNG muốn đi tắm cũng có 101 lý do”:
I’m not dirty
I don’t have bird poop on me
I don’t smell bad
I can’t take a bath on an empty stomach
Khổ 19×26, bìa cứng, một món quà hoàn hảo để cười lăn cười bò với những em bé hay “lý sự” (mà em bé nào chả hay “lý sự”); cũng hoàn hảo để dạy… “lý sự” (không phải ai cũng biết lý sự).
No one likes baths. What a waste of time! There’s so much more important stuff to do! Plus, baths are super dangerous for a number of reasons. You want me to list a few? Most household accidents happen in the bathroom. Scientific fact! A kid in Texas turned into a prune after taking a bath. Scientific fact!
If you need more evidence, allow me to point you to an excellent book called 101 Reasons Why I’m Not Taking a Bath. It’s full of insightful and logical reasons why you should definitely not be subjected to this useless ritual. Joy Ang and Stacy McAnulty really understand how dumb baths are, and have done a top-notch job of demonstrating why.