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If Animals Kissed Good Night by Ann Whitford Paul
Rhyming text explores what would happen if animals kissed like humans do, from a slow kiss between a sloth and her cub to a mud-happy kiss from a hippo calf to his father.
If Animals Said I Love You by Ann Whitford Paul
Don't miss the other books in this adorable series: If Animals Kissed Good Night, If Animals Celebrated Christmas, and If Animals Went to School! What if animals did what YOU do? This delightful story, the follow-up to If Animals Kissed Good Night, imagines how animals would say “I love you!" If animals said “I love you” like we do...how would they say it? Ostrich would boom it with wings spread wide. Impala would speak with a leapity-leap. Gorilla would add a loud chest, slap-slap. And across the animal kingdom, every creature would show love in a unique way.
If Animals Gave Thanks by Ann Whitford Paul
What if animals did what YOU do? This sweet picture book story, a follow-up to If Animals Kissed Good Night, describes how animals might show their gratitude! If animals gave thanks . . .what would they do? Raccoon would chir-chirrrr thanks for her cub. Crow would loop and swoop in the sky. And Bear would invite his friends to a bountiful feast. Across the animal kingdom, every creature would be grateful for food, family, and being together. This is another winner from Ann Whitford Paul and David Walker, perfect for the fall season.
If Animals Went To School by Ann Whitford Paul
Don't miss the other books in this adorable series: If Animals Kissed Good Night, If Animals Said I Love You, and If Animals Celebrated Christmas! What if animals did what YOU do? This sweet story describes what animals might do in the classroom! If animals went to school...what would they do? Beaver would practice counting with sticks. Goat would snack on the storybooks. And at recess, Goose would glide down Giraffe’s neck slide! Across the animal kingdom, every creature would learn, play, and make new friends.
If Animals Celebrated Christmas by Ann Whitford Paul
Don't miss the other books in this adorable series: If Animals Kissed Good Night, If Animals Said I Love You, and If Animals Went to School! What if animals did what YOU do? This charming story describes how animals might celebrate the holidays! If animals celebrated Christmas...how would they do it? Tortoise would hiss a holiday wish, Crane would croon joyful carols, and mama and Papa Buffalo would kiss beneath the mistletoe. Across the animal kingdom, every creature would deck the halls for this magical season.
Kiss Good Night by Amy Hest
Even after a story, being tucked in, and warm milk, Sam is not ready to go to sleep until his mother kisses him good-night.
Kiss Kiss Good Night by Kenn Nesbitt
Bunnies, kittens, lambs, bear cubs, and chicks are all comforted by their mothers at bedtime.
Little Monkey Says Goodnight by Ann Whitford Paul
Cheeky Little Monkey isn't ready for bed yet - he wants to say Good night to everyone first Come, Little Monkey, Daddy Monkey says. It's time for bed. But Little Monkey shakes his head, First I need to say good night. Ages 3-7
How Do You Say Good Night by Thomas Nelson
A fun, new bedtime story to read to your kids! Join Zoey the zebra as she searches across Africa for the best way to say good night. She sees the bedtime routine of lions, warthogs, monkeys, and more—but which one is the very best? Teaching little ones to celebrate differences while appreciating the blessing of their own unique family, How Do You Say Good Night? is a great way to introduce the concept of diversity in a fun and respectful way while also fostering an attitude of gratitude. Watch your little ones reach for this book night after night!
Good Night Little Bunny by Emily Hawkins
It is late when Little Bunny leaves his friend Dusty's house and he becomes afraid when he sees something moving in the dark forest. Includes lift-up-flaps.