Books by Theme
It's fun to read and do lots of different stuff full of silliness and imagination. In these recommended books for kids ages 0-9, you'll read about silly characters and learn to make green gooey goop and art you can eat. It's fun to play and goof around with books!
When Clorinda sees a ballet, she decides to follow her dream of becoming a ballerina and so leaves her comfortable farm life for the big city. At last, the charming cow-ballerina gets her big chance and though she performs only once, her talent is welcomed back on the farm. The rhyming story is illustrated in a lighthearted, comical style.
Cooking Art: Easy Edible Art for Young Children
Art is meant to be enjoyed, and sometimes even eaten! Create, then consume, the attractive, tasty, and nutritious treats featured in this fun recipe book.
Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book
Make a thumbprint, add a few lines, and voila! you get an instant cartoon! This easy-to-follow book helps even the youngest make fascinating, funny creatures.
Emeril's There's a Chef in My Soup! Recipes for the Kid in Everyone
The renowned chef and television host demonstrates his characteristic verve in this presentation of recipes and cooking information for kids. With attention to safety and nutrition, Emeril shows that cooking can be a family affair!
Kids Cooking: A Very Slightly Messy Manual
Dr. Seuss could have come up with the names of these lip-smacking delights! Frozen Bananoids, Soap Bubbles Supreme – the recipes may have peculiar names, but they are familiar to and enjoyed by children and adults alike.
Lotions, Potions, and Slime: Mudpies and More
This collection of creative activities involve science, art, cooking, and more. Concocting these concoctions will provide hours of ooey, gooey fun.
When rude roosters continue to disturb the other farm animals, only Clarissa the cow and Sophie the pig take action to stop the raucous fowl. Their tale creates lots of laughs for readers.
Read-Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young
What better way to introduce children to things fantastic or real than through these 200 short poems? Engagingly illustrated, this classic book features a variety of rhymes both old and new.
Ole Scamp learns to like himself better once he’s changed by a peculiar witch. This wacky story uses comic illustrations to convey a positive message in a lighthearted, Seussian way.
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Book?
Though Herb enjoys reading, he doesn’t appreciate how important it is to treat books with care. Then he falls asleep and finds himself in a book of fairy tales that he has changed. Readers who are familiar with the standard tales will delight in this fresh, funny, and fractured book.
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