by Greg Ruth
Follows the emotions of a young boy as he waits at an airport for a family member to return home from serving in the military.
by Bill Cotter
Illustrations and easy-to-read text follow an airplane as it says good-bye to the ground and hello to the sky, where it flies over a town, mountains, clouds, and people.
Here Is the Baby
by Polly Kanevsky
Follows a day in the life of a baby as he wakes up to the morning sun, has breakfast, goes with his father to the library and the grocery store, plays, has dinner, and finally goes to bed.
How To Bake a Book
by Ella Burfoot
A young girl shares her recipe for baking the perfect book, from breaking ideas into a cup to adding periods and capital letters, with a pinch of good, a dash of bad, and carefully cut out characters mixed in.
Rhoda's Rock Hunt
by Molly Beth Griffin
On a backpacking trip with her aunt and uncle, a young girl collects rocks while hiking in the forest, by the river, and at the lake, but when her pack becomes too heavy too carry, she finds the perfect solution.
The Rhino Who Swallowed a Storm
by LeVar Burton
It's a tactic Mica Mouse's father uses, too. He tells Mica the story of a brave little rhino who discovers that, with the help of friends and family, compassion and love, he can get through anything.
Where's My Tushy?
by Deborah Aronson
Late one night, all of the tushes leave their small town and set out for parts unknown, so the townspeople awaken to ill-fitting clothes and no way to sit.