The favorite original story about Carl the responsible rottweiler is presented in a sturdy board book edition and follows the adventures shared by the babysitting dog and his infant mistress.
Best Board Books
All kitten wants is a bowl of milk. But why is that round, white bowl of milk so hard to get to? Stunning black-and-white illustrations will entrance your small readers.
Takes a loving look at knees from the vantage point of a mother's lap.
It's time for bed, but not a moment before we absolutely have to go. A wonderful bedtime book.
This board book is a silly good time...and kids will love the “oops!” moments.
Who is peeking through the pages of this book? Die-cut windows and rhyming texts will help kids figure it out.
A particularly fun story to act out, making noises and sounds as you read.
Fun and catchy, monkeys will explain hands, fingers and thumbs to kids.
A fun combination of Mother Goose and I Spy, this book is one your child won't tire of hearing you read time and time again.
An absolute delight to read aloud, this rollicking tale of that sleepy bear and his friends is sure to please your small reader. Karma Wilson's text is just perfect!
Funny and down-to-earth, your child may very likely read this one to you after you've read it together once or twice!
Perhaps Eric Carle’s best-known picture book, a very hungry caterpillar eats his way through the pages and makes the grandest transformation of all.
How will a hungry little mouse manage to guard his strawberry from the big, hungry bear? From the wonderful husband/wife team, Don and Audrey Wood.
Soothing words and charming illustrations have made this Margaret Wise Brown book a classic. Say goodnight with Bunny to the great green room, the light and the red balloon
Follow the zoo’s night watchman as he tucks in all the animals for the night. But, uh-oh...did that gorilla just nab his keys?
A silly, lighthearted board book this is sure to get your little one giggling.
When a child asks the zoo for a pet, they keep sending animals, but none of them seem just right. Well, maybe until the end? Kids love lifting the flaps to reveal the animals!
A timeless classic told in sing-style rhyme, illustrated with Eric Carle’s famous flat collage artwork. My toddlers love chanting along while we read.