Always Mom, Forever Dad
by Joanna Rowland
Children whose parents no longer live together discover that although much has changed, and time spent with Mom is different than time spent with Dad, love is there no matter what.
by Angela Dominguez
A little girl who loves to draw but cannot knit, and her mother who loves to knit but cannot draw, collaborate on a special project neither of them could have done alone.
Little Bird, Be Quiet!
by Kirsten Hall
Little Bird loves to talk, but his constant questions, jokes, and facts exhaust his family and friends so he flies until his tiny wings will carry him no further and, in a brook, spies a little bird that listens to his every word without a peep.
Meet the Parents
by Peter Bently
Although it sometimes seems that parents are just there to boss their children around, they are also good for many other things, from mending toys, kneecaps, and clothing to telling bedtime stories.
by Ken Krug
As their mothers and fathers listen, preschoolers describe favorite things to do.
by David Elliot
A young boy reflects on the idea that nobody is perfect, including the other members of his family, but decides that, on the whole, with a little patience, they come close.
The New Small Person
by Lauren Child
Elmore Green likes being an only child, so when his parents bring a new small person, his baby brother, into the house he is not pleased and does his best to keep the new small person out of his life.
You Are My Heart
by Marianne Richmond
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text reveal the hopes and dreams of a parent which begin even before a child is born, and are demonstrated through shared giggles, wonderment, grumpiness, and, especially, love.