Hide-and-seek is a great game, but Nick always finds where Sally is hiding. And that's no fun! Enter the Cat in the Hat. His friend Gecko is an expert at hiding. Maybe Gecko can share some tips with the kids? So off they go to the jungle, where Gecko teaches them how to hide in plain sight—using camouflage! Kids won't be able to hide their delight in this rhymed Step 2 book based on an episode from the hit PBS Kids TV show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! (Step 2 is a Step into Reading title for children who recognize familiar words and sound out new words with aural and visual cues. Step 2 books have simple stories, basic vocabulary, and short sentences.)
Sally's stuffed bear Pammy the Panda is turning two, and Sally wants to give her a gift. But what kind of things do pandas like? Enter the Cat in the Hat. His friend Zhu Zhu is a real panda—he's bound to have some suggestions! So off the gang goes to Bamwamabooboo, where Zhu Zhu teaches them about his favorite thing in the world: bamboo! Turns out that bamboo is not only a panda's favorite food, but it's an amazingly strong, lightweight, and flexible kind of grass—like the stuff on your lawn—that's good for building all sorts of things that humans like, too. Almost as much as they like a bargain—like a $3.99 Little Golden Book!
Featuring three Little Golden Books based on the hit PBS Kids' TV show The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, this omnibus makes an ideal gift for holidays, birthdays, and happy occasions of all kinds. In The Thinga-ma-jigger Is Coming Today!, readers are introduced to the cast of the TV show; in Bamboozled, the Cat and Co. visit with a panda and learn about its favorite food (bamboo); and in Born to Run, the gang go swimming upstream with a spawning salmon. Perfect for new viewers of the show—as well as die-hard fans—this is a seasonless gift that will keep on giving!
When Sally and Nick need to learn about babysitting, the Cat in the Hat takes them to meet an expert: King Cecil the Seahorse! That's because when it comes to having babies, seahorses give birth in a very special way. The mom seahorse puts her eggs into a pouch on the dad, and he carries them there until the babies hatch (in his pouch) and swim out! Perfect for summer reading, nights with the babysitter, Father's Day—any day, really. This Little Golden Book based on an episode of the hit PBS Kids' TV show The Cat in the Hat Know a Lot About That! will keep kids laughing, teach them about a very unique animal, and even inspire conversations about gender roles!
What's a dreidel? Elmo wants to know! He finds out as he celebrates the first night of Hanukkah with a friend's family. He watches Gil, Susie, and their parents light the menorah and joins in as they sing Hanukkah songs. After supper he learns to play dreidel, the traditional Hanukkah spin-the-top game. And, at the end of the evening, Elmo gets his first Hanukkah gift—his very own little dreidel! This sturdy board book introduces toddlers to the traditions of the Jewish Festival of Lights and even teaches them how to play dreidel themselves!
About naptime and sweet cuddlies—2 Sesame Street board books in 1!
Toddlers will love learning about naptime and about lovable comfort objects to cuddle along with Elmo, Cookie Monster, Grover, Big Bird, Bert, Ernie, Zoe, Abby Cadabby, Prairie Dawn, and Baby Bear.
Sesame Street first harnessed the power of media to educate children more than four decades ago, changing children’s television forever. Populated with furry creatures and a diverse cast, it was the first show of its kind and provided a blueprint for educational media for generations. There are more than 90 million Sesame Street “graduates” in the United States alone, and fans old and young can find their favorite fuzzy friends on PBS, HBO, Sesame’s award-winning website and chart-topping YouTube channels, as well as in books, toys, apps, healthy foods, and other products that benefit preschoolers and their families.
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