Random House Manners Can Be Fun
This fun guide to manners does indeed put a lighthearted twist on the subject, and is a great way to get kids talking about an important subject. Part of the acclaimed "Fun" series by Munro Leaf, this book was originally published in 1936, ...and the lessons are just as relevant today as ever. Read More
The Ultimate Organizer for Moms is perfect for every mother to be. Guaranteed to make her life easier, this charming but hard-working journal has room for her to record everything she wont want to forget, such as her childs medical records,... Read More
This new classic Christmas gift book brings together two great traditions: the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree and the neighbor-helping-neighbor program of Habitat for Humanity. Opening in Depression-era New York City, The Carpenters Gift... Read More
An alphabet book with zany drawings and nonsensical verse provides an entertaining way for small children to learn the letters and their sounds.--Booklist. Book Details: Format: Paperback Publication Date: 1/1/1991 Pages: 63 Reading Leve... Read More
Help Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose solve their first four mysteries! A is for AUTHOR . . .Dink writes to his favorite author, mystery writer Wallis Wallace, and invites him to visit Green Lawn. Wonder of wonders, Wallace says yes! In fact, the ... Read More
Its been ten years since Richard Bickerstaff sat down to breakfast and an alien climbed out of his cereal bowl! Join Richard and Aric, a tiny, wisecracking creature from the planet Ganoob, as they battle to save the world from evil aliens i... Read More
Hit the road reading with Dr. Seuss! Tucked inside this cute little blue box topped with a plastic handle and secured by a tuck closure are board book editions of the classic Dr. Seuss titles Hop on Pop; Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!; Ten A... Read More
Oh, the wonderful things that summer brings?swimming at the beach, making sand castles, catching butterflies, eating watermelon, toasting marshmallows, watching fireworks! The simple, timeless activities featured in this abridged, board-boo... Read More
Fox and Crow can agree on two things: their love of cheese and loathing of each other. These cagey animals will do whatever they can to outwit their sworn enemy and claim sole possession of the prized cheese they keep finding. But they are ... Read More
Young girls will love joining Barbie as she leaps, twirls, and pirouettes in this Step 2 reader, I Can Be a Ballerina. Book Details: Format: Paperback Publication Date: 1/11/2011 Pages: 32 Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
Gift Wrap Not Available Elmo and his Sesame Street friends are in a band! Rhyming text introduces Elmos guitar, Ernies drums, Grovers harmonica, Cookie Monster and Zoes keyboard, and Big Birds singing?even though he sometimes misses a note... Read More
With its sweet, simple style, this nova print mini dress from Tea Collection leaves lots of room for dancing, jumping, and being a kid. Whether she?s off to a play date or a party, she?ll be right on-trend in this modern ensemble.
If you love your smartphone, trust us, you'll love this monitor. Its unique touch screen lets you easily pan and zoom remotely with your fingertips and a talk-back feature lets you speak right to your child through the monitor -- so you can... Read More
Click your infant car seat right into your Baby Jogger City Mini single stroller quickly and easily with this handy car seat adapter. It?s even compatible with many popular car seats, like the Maxi-Cosi Mico, Cybex Aton, Chicco KeyFit 30, a... Read More
This colorful striped play suit from Splendid is totally ready for summer. It sports a notch neck style, comfy hood, and kangaroo pockets. Plus, it has convenient diaper snaps for quick changes!
Nothing beats a Boppy! Simple, smart and practical, it wraps around your waist and makes nursing and feeding more comfortable by supporting your baby in your lap. Add a slipcover (sold separately) to dress it up and protect it from everyday use.
This contoured seat and five-point harness lets you use your Tripp Trapp as a highchair starting at six months, until your child can sit unsupported. Best of all, the chair can be pulled right up to the dinner table for family dinners together.