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Lucy goes to the beach with her parents one breezy day. After lots of digging and rolling down dunes, the day has flown by, and it's time to go home and go to bed. Lucy yawns and as her mom reads a story, she closes her eyes. But then all of a sudden, she wakes up and is all alone and a little bit scared. She has to figure out a way to get back to sleep. With a story that travels from the boisterous beach to the still of a moonlit room, this debut picture book by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jane Smiley and imaginative illustrator Lauren Castillo is guaranteed to have kids yawning their way to bed.
A young boy is frightened by how busy and noisy the city is when he goes there to visit his Nana, but she makes him a fancy red cape that keeps him from being scared as she shows him how wonderful a place it is.
Here is a celebration of our world, of all that we already know, and of all that we will discover. A rabbit and bird set off on an adventure. They choose a path, explore the unknown, pretend and play and imagine—and finally return, wiser than before. Their journey has taught us that both a hum and a cry will bring comfort when we’re lost, that we should keep curiosity and adventure in our pocket, that the sky is always above us, and that all the paths we take will join to lead us home. Perfect for anyone embarking on a new chapter in their lives, this tribute to all that is important in the world around us encourages readers to live life to the fullest.
A plucky stray cat takes a Grand Tour in Kate Banks' story of a family on a European vacation. As the family travels from one city to the next, the cat finds its own means--by bus, boat, train, truck, and bike--to tag along on the trip, visiting historic landmarks like Buckingham Palace and the Cathedral of Notre Dame along the way. Readers will pore over the spreads to find where City Cat is hiding in each city, and detailed backmatter explains the history behind the sites in each locale.
Once, a long, long ago, buffalo roamed the West, filling the plains and canyons with the music of their thundering hooves and huffing breath. Then hunters came and destroyed nearly all of them. But buffalo are stubborn, ornery creatures, and though the herds were gone, a few lone calves lingered. If the buffalo were to survive as a species, however, they needed the help of someone just as feisty as they were. Inspired by the work of Mary Ann Goodnight, a pioneer credited with forming one of the first captive buffalo herds in the 1800s, this is the beautifully told and warmly illustrated tale of one woman's quest to save what otherwise would have been lost forever.
When a father and his daughter go fishing together, each does certain things his own way, and both have a wonderful day that ends with a perfect feast.
"Yawning Yoga helps relax your child before bed by relieving children's worry, stress, anxiety, fears and energy. Yawning Yoga helps quiet the noise and shifts children's focus from outside stimuli and daily stressors to attention of yoga, stretching, posture and breath work. The ultimate result is relaxation, a timeout from stress, and a restful good night's sleep...for both parent and child."--from the publisher.

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