This book series has been designed for children between the ages of 2-8 years old. They are intended for helping Children shape good behavior, as well as being happily entertained while reading them. Children enjoy reading and seeing these illustrations. They learn values, and are good character builders as well. The words in these books are encoded within the pictures. So each picture has the story in it, this creates an easy and fun read on any device or format. There are over 500 words and 20 pictures including the cover, all hand drawn by an artist and then computer edited.
Celebrate the season with one of the most beloved holiday stories of all-time, The Story of the Nutcracker Ballet. Featuring glorious illustrations by Caldecott Honor-winner, Diane Goode, this beautiful and adventurous classic tale will dance its way into your family’s holiday traditions for years to come.
This bestselling companion to Snowmen at Night and Snowmen All Year is perfect for little ones, especially now that it's available in a festive board book edition.
From the Board edition.
In this picture book, a little boy builds a snow puppy—in hopes of getting a real one for Christmas—next to his snowman. That night the Snowman comes to life and takes the boy and the Snowdog on an adventure to the world of Snow People. But the best is yet to come on Christmas morning, when a real live puppy is waiting under the tree.
Based on the original classic by Raymond Briggs, which has sold over 8.5 million copies and is available in 15 languages, the illustrations and text are from the creators of the animated special that will appear on Channel 4 in England during the 2013 holiday season.
The Nutcracker is back in print as a Little Golden Book, with all-new illustrations by Sheilah Beckett, who started illustrating Golden Books in the 1950s. This lovely retelling of the famous ballet will be a perfect holiday gift for any child who loves the ballet, Christmas stories, and fairy tales!
In this holiday picture book, a companion to Raymond Briggs’s The Snowman, a little boy builds a snow puppy next to his snowman—in hopes of getting a real puppy for Christmas. That night the Snowman comes to life and takes the boy and the Snowdog on an adventure to the world of Snow People. But the best is yet to come on Christmas morning, when a real, live puppy is waiting under the tree.
Based on the original classic by Raymond Briggs, which has sold over 8.5 million copies and is available in fifteen languages, the story and illustrations are by the creators of the animated special by the same name.