Google made this for us. The first photo is December 2017, the other photo is January 2010.
Even reluctant readers will enjoy this fun, zany holiday story about Fly Guy meeting Santa Claus, knocking over the Christmas tree, and showing off his ninja moves!
<b>A new generation of children love <i>Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood</i>, inspired by the classic series <i>Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood</i>!</b><BR> <BR>Daniel Tiger learns that practice makes perfect in this sweet Pre-level 1 Ready-to-Read based on a popular episode of <i>Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood</i>!<BR><BR>Daniel, Prince Wednesday, and Miss Elaina are playing at the park with Prince Tuesday. The group decides to play a game of animal ball, but Daniel can’t seem to catch the ball. With some encouragement from Prince Tuesday, Daniel discovers that if he keeps trying, he’ll get better!<BR> <BR>© 2014 The Fred Rogers Company.
From bestselling, award-winning author Fleming and beloved illustrator of the Maple books Nichols comes a giggle-inducing read-aloud starring a cast of comically grumpy barnyard animals. Sure to become a bedtime favorite.
This funny and irresistible picture book feels like a classic in the making. When Pig plops into his sty at bedtime, he finds Cow fast asleep in his spot. “Go sleep in your own bed!” he squeals, and sends her packing. But when Cow finally snuggles down into her stall, she finds Hen sleeping there. So begins a chain reaction of snoozing barnyard animals being awakened and sent off to their own beds, until every last one is in just the right place. Young children will delight in repeating the refrain “Go sleep in your own bed!” and laugh at the antics of these hilarious—and very sleepy—farm animals.
Praise for Oh, No! by Candace Fleming:
*”Reads like an instant classic. Oh, yes! This is a terrific new picture book.” —Kirkus Reviews, Starred
*”It’s a book with the feel of an old classic—and it may well become one.” —Publishers Weekly, Starred
“A winner for 3- and 4-year-olds.” —The New York Times
Praise for the Maple series by Lori Nichols:
*“Readers will fall in love with Maple.” —School Library Journal, Starred
“Utterly charming.” —The New York Times
Does a polka-dotted sock match a striped sock? Young children will learn about matching, an important early math skill, as a lonely striped sock searches the house for its mate. They will may even be inspired to practice this skill in their own sock drawers! <p> <awards> Best Children's Science Books 1997 (Science Books and Films)</awards>
Usually, my dad comes to school with me. But this day was great because mom came too!
Everything I find, I want to take apart. Dad’s electric razor, the remote controls, the label maker, the coffee maker, the garage door opener, our camera, and everything else. But pens, I love taking pens apart the most.
Mom took Oliver for an adventure at the Susan G Komen Breast Foundation Walk in Newport Beach.
I was hanging out with Oliver the other day, going through photos and doing stuff online. He wanted to be on my lap so I had him sit with me. As with all babies, he has shiny object syndrome and this time, it was my Olympus camera. He actually captured this (and about another 30 shots). I thought it would be fun to share this. Picture of Oliver taking a picture of us, captured on Photo Booth.