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from Random House
The dad in this book plays horsey like no other! In fact, he was so good, bandits lassoed him and took him away. His kids set off to rescue him and find themselves on a chase that leads them through…
from Schwartz & Wade
Benny Penny bravely enters a mysterious storefront at the edge of town. Once inside, he discovers a world of outlandish happenings such as a toaster with wings and a rubber “band” that…
Instead of wanting to eat the pigs, the big bad wolf in this story (named Harry) just wants to eat the pigs' candy, but he learns a valuable lesson about sharing instead.
The scary giant from the original Jack and the Beanstalk becomes Jack's friend who helps Jack learn an important lesson in this picture book for ages birth–5.
Instead of eating people, the wolf in this version of Little Red Riding Hood (for ages 0–5) likes to eat cake.
from Alfred Knopf Publishing
Introduce children 2–5 to the concept of sharing with this picture-based board book about two children and a dog who learn that playing together is fun.
from Cartwheel Books
This picture book about not being afraid of the dark, for ages birth–3, features an integrated nightlight in the shape of a turtle that kids can press to watch it glow.
from Harper Collins
Kids 4–8 can follow along in this Eric Carle book as the mixed-up chameleon changes into different parts of different animals, only to realize that he likes being himself best.
from Henry Holt and Company
Kids 2–5 can discover all the colorful animals that Brown Bear sees in this children's book classic by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle.
from Henry Holt
Chester the Easter Bunny decorates his eggs in the colors of the rainbow. He then hides them for all of his friends to find, but he chooses tricky spots. For example, he decorates the red egg to look…