Author Event: Sue Fliess - CGLR Reception
The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading is hosting Sue Fliess at the Book Gallery all afternoon! Meet the author, pick up signed books and support CGLR. Sue Fliess is the author of dozens of children's books including the Beatrice Bly's Rules for Spies series, Sadie Sprocket Builds a Rocket, Goldilocks and the Three Engineers, the Kid Scientist series, many Little Golden Books and more.
A rhyming Little Golden Book introducing young readers to the sport of gymnastics.
Classes start this afternoon . . .
I’ll become a gymnast soon!
Mommy helps me brush my hair
and find a leotard to wear.
Babble / Swoosh / Roar and WHOOSH
The roar of a waterfall, the chirp of insects, the thump of a heartbeat--sound is all around us Rhyming text and atmospheric illustrations present four children in different parts of the world who encounter all sorts of sounds.
Valentine's Day is all about showing kindness to the most important people in your life—and if you're caring and thoughtful, you can help Cupid spread love and happiness, too!
Will you spot a Cupid this Valentine's day? If you do, will you be ready to help him spread love and kindness?
A rhyming Little Golden Book introducing young readers to the joy of figure skating.
First I wobble, hold the wall.
Coach says it's okay to fall.
Though I'm still a bit unsteady,
I let go. I'm feeling ready.
Un libro en rima, entre los más vendidos de los Little Golden Books, acerca de una pequeña niña que estudia ballet — ¡ahora en español!
Christmas comes to life in this cheerful counting story with die-cut pages perfect for little hands!Special night, magic flight. Christmas Eve . . . we believe! One star shines, moonlit pines. Two awake, cookies bake.Kids will love this rhyming romp about two adorable siblings on Christmas Eve, who are eagerly preparing for Santa to arrive!
The soft glow of a candle, the blink of a firefly, a burst of fireworks--light is everywhere in our world
Rhyming text and luminous illustrations follow four children as they experience many different forms of light.
There’s an age-old tale that magic unicorns exist . . . wandering where orchids grow within the mountain mist.
Legend has it that the only way to find a unicorn is to know where to look and how to craft a beautiful gift that shows her you are a friend.