La ovejita que vino a cenar es un delicioso cuento repleto de valores como la amistad, la generosidad y la aceptación de las diferencias. En casa del viejo lobo hambriento siempre hay para cenar una miserable sopa de verduras. Pero una noche llaman a la puerta de su pequeña cabaña y resulta ser ni más ni menos que una pobre ovejita que se ha perdido. El lobo, entonces, empieza a pensar que esa noche va a poder llenarse el estómago con un delicioso estofado... Pero la ovejita no quiere ser la cena del lobo, ¡quiere ser su amiga! Una entrañable historia de amistad.
Elmer the elephant is bright-colored patchwork all over. No wonder the other elephants laugh at him! If he were ordinary elephant color, the others might stop laughing. That would make Elmer feel better, wouldn't it? The surprising conclusion of David McKee's comical fable is a celebration of individuality and the power of laughter. Elmer the elephant, a colorful character because of his patchwork hide and sense of humor, tries to blend in with the herd, but soon realizes that he's happiest just being himself. "McKee's gentle humor and love of irony are in full force in this celebration of individuality and laughter." -- Publisher's Weekly.
Peter, who is green from eating only peas, is spotted by aliens from the planet Krell who make him their king, but Krell has no peas and Peter soon turns back to his old self, falling out of favor with his new alien friends.
Once there was a girl who lived in a castle. The castle was inside a museum. When children visited, they’d press against the glass globe in which the castle sat, to glimpse the tiny girl. But when they went home, the girl was lonely. Then one day, she had an idea! What if you hung a picture of yourself inside the castle inside the museum, inside this book? Then you’d able to keep the girl company. Reminiscent of “The Lady of Shalot,” here is an original fairy tale that feels like a dream—haunting, beautiful, and completely unforgettable.
Bold, friendly, and appealing illustrations with interactive transparent pages make this book ideal for young animal enthusiasts This is a book in which you become a rescue hero. Simply turn the transparent page and rescue the animals! It's fun, it's simple, and it's a gentle introduction to the importance of animal welfare. This is a book without words which enables the reader to choose the appropriate level of input for the child. Which animals would you rescue? Great for enriching vocabulary, encourage awareness, and learning about our environment, this is the perfect gift book, and a fun learning tool. A percentage of the royalties from this book will be donated to the Born Free Foundation.
Jeffers' first picture book, "How to Catch a Star, " featured an unnamed boy in a red-and-white striped shirt. That same boy went on to star in "Lost and Found" and "The Way Back Home." Now these three quirky picture books are available together for the first time, as mini, unjacketed hardcover editions, enclosed within a die-cut slipcase. Full color.