Rosemary Wells

Rosemary Wells

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One of four board books featuring the bunny-toddler, Max, and his ever-patient sister, Ruby....

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It’s fall, and Ruby is making a leaf-collection book for school. Ruby is certain that after she finds her last three leaves she’ll have the best book in the whole class! As Ruby works on her project, Max has some fun of his own by creating a giant leaf pile. At first Ruby thinks Max is trying to help her, but Ruby soon realizes that Max’s leaves aren’t for collecting—they’re for jumping in!...

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An illustrated version of the children's song about a dog named Bingo....

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Yoko is so excited for the first day of school. She's just learned to write her name. But when Mrs. Jenkins asks Yoko to show everyone, Olive and Sylvia make fun of her Japanese writing. "Yoko can't write. She's only scribbling!" The teasing continues as Yoko shares her favorite book at show and tell, and reads it back to front.

That evening, Yoko declares that she can't go back to school. "How can I when my reading and writing are a failure?" she asks. Luckily a little wisdom from her Mama, a little cooperation from Mrs. Jenkins, and a lot of enthusiasm from her classmates teach Yoko the most important lesson of the year: that friendship can bridge cultural differences.

Not only does Yoko learn to read and write in English and graduate Kindergarten with her classmates, but everyone's name appears in two languages on their diploma--even Olive's and Sylvia's!...


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The popular bunny siblings now appear in a brand-new board book series—but as their baby selves. Baby Max is mischievous as ever while he plays peekaboo.

With lift-the-flaps novelty elements as well as eye-catching accents of foil or glitter, this irresistible board book will introduce the very youngest readers to the beloved bunny pair, who star in their own show on Nick Jr. and Noggin....


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Imagine being carried away to a happy planet where life can be exactly as you want it to be. Join Rosemary Wells on a voyage that can make that dream come true!

Now, for the first time ever, the original Bunny Planet stories are available in a single volume gift edition with magnetic closure and ribbon place marker. This delightful collection includes Island Light, First Tomato, and Moss Pillows, with full-color illustrations, and a new poem introducing Janet the Bunny Queen. It’s a must-have for anyone who occasionally needs to be transported from mundane reality to “the day that should have been.”...


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Max's old blue overalls are disgusting, and Ruby has exactly enough money to buy him a new pair of pants. But what Max really wants is a ferocious, green dragon shirt. When the two get separated in the clothing store, the antics begin. Children will cheer as Max unwittingly outwits his bossy, older sister once again.

"Another gleeful romp with a pair of unforgettable hares."--Publishers Weekly

Awards:
( An ALA Notable Book
( A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year...

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Rosemary Wells shares ten proven principles sure to help any child succeed in school and in life. These principles (Listening, Honesty, Patience, etc.) guide parents to build a home that's harmonious and supportive, fostering self-esteem and good habits in children. The message is timely and direct -- and absolutely essential for every family and every classroom.
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Everybody's favorite bunnies celebrate Christmas and Valentine's Day in two adorable shaped board books just right for toddlers. When Santa mixes up their stockings, Max and Ruby are in for a big surprise on Christmas morning! And when Ruby uses all the candy to make her Valentine cards, Grandma makes sure Max gets a very special treat. Sturdy pages, simple stories, and colorful illustrations make these two books a perfect introduction to the world of Max and Ruby....

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When Hazel and her beloved doll Eleanor are set upon by bullies, Hazel's mother comes to the rescue in a surprising way....

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Getting ready to read is lots of fun with Timothy, Yoko, and their friends! Children can learn about letter/sound relationships, upper and lower case letters, and rhyming with this interactive picture activity book. Also included are activities on writing, initial consonants, and context clues. Learning to read is a true milestone in a child's life-Timothy can help children achieve this goal....

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Read to your bunny often / It's twenty minutes of fun.It's twenty minutes of moonlight / And twenty minutes of sun.Twenty old-favorite minutes / Twenty minutes brand-new,Read to you bunny often / and...your bunny will read to you.Scholastic is celebrating the fifth anniversary of READ TO YOUR BUNNY, a book that kicked off a literacy campaign at the White House. It is reformatted in a big lap-sized board book for parents to read to their little ones. Wells' sweet, rhyming text encourages parents to read to their children for twenty minutes every day and see the magic of reading begin.
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Everybody’s favorite bunnies, Max and Ruby, are back, starring in their very own ABC concept book. Max’s ants have escaped from their farm, and now they’re searching for food. The ants start with Max’s sandwich, and soon they’re everywhere! Fortunately, Ruby comes to the rescue.

Max’s ABC teaches the alphabet by featuring a different letter on each page, large and colorful so they’re easy to spot. The very youngest readers will love practicing their letters with Max and Ruby....


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When Fred and Lucy bring home a new baby, McDuff is worried! It’s been just the three of them ever since McDuff moved in! Is there really room for one more in their family?...

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Writing in a scrapbook in 1927, a young girl tells the fascinating story of her family's mail-order house arriving from Sears, Roebuck. Moving out of the little house they share with their grandparents, Emily and her brother, Homer, have a lot of changes in store for them: an electric refrigerator, electric lights, a washing machine, a gas stove, and running water indoors. Luminous illustrations show, in great detail, the process of clearing the land, building a foundation, and creating a house from a kit. Hand-written captions from Emily give the illustrations a cozy, personal feel, showing the reader just how exciting a house in the mail can be....

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THIS EDITION IS INTENDED FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Max and his sister Ruby go on an egg hunt and vie with each other for the prize--a chocolate chicken....

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Welcome to Ruby’s Beauty Shop! "Guess what, Max!" says Max’s sister Ruby. "Louise is coming over, and she’s bringing her Deluxe Beauty Kit." Ruby and Louise have everything they need to make Max gorgeous, including wigs, makeup, and instant stick-on nails. But when Max decides to play beauty shop his way, everyone is in for a real makeover surprise!...

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Everybody loves Max and Ruby-and what toddler could resist these adorable shaped board books? Cut in the shape of Rosemary Wells's beloved bunny siblings and filled with simple text and colorful illustrations on every page, these two books are guaranteed to delight the very youngest Max and Ruby fans, who can now follow the bunnies' adventures on daily television. ...

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THIS EDITION IS INTENDED FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Max and his sister Ruby go on an egg hunt and vie with each other for the prize--a chocolate chicken....

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In one modest volume, a kindergartner can experience--and re-experiance--a whole year's worth of new skills and exciting school adventures with Emily and her friends, including learning the alphabet, drawing a map, counting to ten, telling the time and temperature, visiting the library for the first time, voting and more. Even better, young eager students will enjoy bringing the thrills of their classroom home to share with the family.
 
Organized into monthly segments, and accompanied by bright, appealing artwork, this one-of-a-kind complete kindergarten book offers parents, teachers, and children a special way to share the most important school year in a child's life.

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Max and Ruby, everyone’s favorite bunnies, are back in a unique largeformat counting book sure to tickle the funny bone of very young readers. When the Easter Bunny decides to hide the contents of their Easter baskets, Max and Ruby set out on a hunt for the missing marshmallow chicks which are here, there, and everywhere. It seems that Ruby is finding all the chicks, but count on Max to have the last laugh! Max and Ruby currently appear in their own television series on Nickelodeon....

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This familiar children's song will get the youngest children turning pages and remembering the words. What better way to set your child on the road...

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Every toddler knows the words to this song, so this sturdy, sunny board book is perfect for the very young. Full color. Age 3 and under....

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This brightly illustrated board-book version of a popular preschool song launched the ‘Bunny Reads Back’ program....

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It's Grandma's birthday, and Ruby knows exactly what Grandma would love-a beautiful ballerina box. Max also knows what she'd love-a scary pair of ooey-gooey vampire teeth. Ruby has saved up a walletful of bills, but as unexpected mishap after mishap occurs, money starts running through the bunnies' fingers.... Will they have enough left for the perfect present? Wells' adorable story is also a fun and lively introduction to early math.

"Wells' droll humor is right on the money." -School Library Journal, starred review
"A very funny birthday story." -Booklist, starred review...

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Max's room is a mess. There is sand from his toy dump truck, a swarm of escaped ant farm ants, a rotten Easter egg, and a stray piece of gum-on-a-string. It's definitely time to clean up. Max's always-efficient sister, Ruby, is quick to take charge--and of course Max wants to help. But since Max has ideas of his own, the clean up doesn't turn out exactly as Ruby has planned.......

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When Ruby discovers wiggly worms in her flower garden, she tosses them aside. They’re too icky for her beautiful garden! But Max loves worms and uses them to make a worm cake. Ruby thinks Max’s worm cake is gross, but it might be just what Ruby’s garden needs!...

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Brief rhyming text and colorful illustrations tell what happens when parents and children share twenty minutes a day reading....

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Max can’t wait to go sledding! But before he and Ruby can play in the snow, they’ll have to put on their winter clothes. Max and Ruby fans will practice recognizing colors and articles of clothing in this concept storybook....

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It's election time at Barkadelphia School, and popular kids Tiffany and Charles are already in the running. Unfortunately, they care a bit more about winning than they do about their voters. Before long, little Otto thows his hat in the ring; he doesn't have a flashy campaign, but he does have a big heart and a great idea -- he polls the students and asks them what THEY want for the school. When the ballots are finally counted, Otto wins by a landslide -- but he learns that while it's hard work running for president, it's even harder work BEING president.

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In this first counting book, Max trades his house with 2 chimneys, 3 soldiers, 4 bears, and all the rest of his toys for Ruby's 1 lovely doll, Emily. A fair exchange! Rosemary Wells's original four Max Board Books, published in 1979 by Dial and followed by an additional four in 1985, were the first high-quality board books in the U.S. and became immediate classics. Total sales of the eight books were over 1.2 million! But more important, they have been loved by millions of children. For the next generation Rosemary Wells has now completely re-illustrated all eight delightful Max books in her bold, new full-color style. These wonderful stories with real characters are funnier than ever. They are terrific first books, especially with the increased focus on the importance of reading to babies and toddlers, a cause that Mrs. Wells has been wholeheartedly promoting for several years with her The Most Important 20 Minutes of Your Day reading program and now the Prescription for Reading Initiative. ...

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Bunny business? Funny business!

MaxÂ’s sister, Ruby, and her best friend, Louise, are in business. They have big plans for the profits from their lemonade stand, and they definitely donÂ’t want Max to help or share. But trust Max to have plans of his own. He just might show Ruby that he has a better way to run a bunny business.

EveryoneÂ’s favorite bunnies, Max and Ruby, appear in a popular television series on Nickelodeon....


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The popular bunny siblings are back in two more board books—but as their baby selves.

In Love, readers find out who Max loves best. Is it the one who wakes him? The one who takes him for a ride? The one who plays with him? The one who stays with him?

In Counting Peas, an ill-timed sneeze sends Max’s peas in all directions. Max helps out by picking them up: five, two, seven.

With eye-catching novelty elements, these irresistible board books will introduce the very youngest readers to the beloved bunny pair, who star in their own show on Nick Jr. and Noggin....


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Everybody loves Max and Ruby-and what toddler could resist these adorable shaped board books? Cut in the shape of Rosemary Wells's beloved bunny siblings and filled with simple text and colorful illustrations on every page, these two books are guaranteed to delight the very youngest Max and Ruby fans, who can now follow the bunnies' adventures on daily television. ...

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One of four board books featuring the bunny-toddler, Max, and his ever-patient sister, Ruby....

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Every toddler knows the words to this song, so this sturdy, sunny board book is perfect for the very young. Full color. Age 3 and under....

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It's tough being the middle mouse. No one's paying any attention to Nora, so she decides to do something her family can't ignore: make noise. Nora slams windows, bangs doors, and upsets furniture, to no avail. It's not until she crashes out the door--and the house goes strangely silent--that her family realizes: a noisy Nora is much better than no Nora at all.

"A wonderful story." --Booklist

Awards:
( An ALA Notable Book
( A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year...

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In his most hilarious escapade yet, Max learns a invaluable lesson--in his irresistible way! For Grandma's birthday, Max wants to make her an earthworm birthday cake. His sister Ruby is going to make an angel surprise cake with raspberry-fluff icing. When Grandma ends up with two cakes, guess which one she'll eat first? Full color....

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It's election time at Canine Country Day School, and popular kids Tiffany and Charles are already in the running. Unfortunately, they care a bit more about winning than they do about their voters. Before long, little Otto thows his hat in the ring; he doesn't have a flashy campaign, but he does have a big heart and a great idea -- he polls the students and asks them what THEY want for the school. When the ballots are finally counted, Otto wins by a landslide -- but he learns that while it's hard work running for president, it's even harder work BEING president.

Es la epoca de las elecciones en la Escuela Ladradelfia y los chicos mas populares, Tiffany y Charles, estan listos para presentarse. El problema es que estan mas preocupados por ganar que por sus votantes. Entonces, Otto, que no tiene una campana tan rimbombante, pero tiene grandes ideas, les pregunta a sus companeros que quieren en la escuela. Cuando cuentan los votos, Otto gana la mayoria absoluta, pero aprende que presentarse a presidente no es tan duro como ser presidente....


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Perfect for back-to-school McDuff and his friend, Marie-Antoinette, are going to obedience training school. But unless Fred and Lucy help McDuff practice his commands, how will he ever be good enough pass his test?...

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The popular bunny siblings now appear in a brand-new board book series—but as their baby selves. Baby Max is mischievous as ever while he helps Baby Ruby fill the shopping cart with good things to eat. With lift-the-flaps novelty elements as well as eye-catching accents of foil or glitter, this irresistible board book will introduce the very youngest readers to the beloved bunny pair, who star in their own show on Nick Jr. and Noggin....

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Max's room is a mess! There's a Popsicle melting in the closet, a tube of opened Miracle Bubbles on the floor, and the ant farm ants have escaped under the bed! It's definitely time to clean up. Max's sister, Ruby, is quick to take charge, and of course Max wants to help. But Max has his own ideas about picking up his room, so things don't turn out exactly as Ruby planned. Children will cheer as Max innocently and humorously outsmarts his older sister once again.

"Sure to draw plenty of giggles from the burgeoning Max and Ruby fan club." (Kirkus Reviews)...

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A warm, moving portrait of Abraham Lincoln told through the eyes of his children and captured in exquisite full-color illustrations.

Historians claim him as one of America’s most revered presidents. But to his rambunctious sons, Abraham Lincoln was above all a playful and loving father. Here is Lincoln as seen by two of his boys: Willie, thrilled to be on his first train trip when Lincoln was deciding to run for president; Willie and Tad barging into Cabinet meetings to lift Lincoln’s spirits in the early days of the Civil War, Tad accompanying him to Richmond just after the South’s defeat. With the war raging and the Union under siege, we see history unfolding through Willie’s eyes and then through Tad’s -- and we see Lincoln rising above his own inborn sadness and personal tragedy through his devotion to his sons. With evocative and engaging illustrations by P.J. Lynch, Rosemary Wells offers a carefully researched biography that gives us a Lincoln not frozen in time but accessible and utterly real.

Celebrate the bicentennial of Lincoln’s birth, February 2009...

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Max and his big sister Ruby disagree about which of their toys to invite to Grandma's birthday party....

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It's Halloween, and Max and Ruby are going trick-or-treating. Max wants to carry his candy, but Ruby says no and carries it for him. Will Max ever get his own treats&150or will he have to trick Ruby? Sturdy shaped pages and candy-colored illustrations make this an ideal book for the littlest trick-or-treaters....

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When Hazel and her beloved doll Eleanor are set upon by bullies, Hazel's mother comes to the rescue in a surprising way....

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Ruby helps Max get dressed in his new sailor suit, but he prefers to start over by himself. He puts on his shirt--one leg at a time--and his jacket--one ear at a time! Full color ....

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It's a busy week for Max and Ruby: there's shopping to do, tea parties to throw, and cakes to bake for Grandma's birthday. From Monday to Sunday and every day in between, the fun never stops when you're hanging out with these two funny bunny siblings. ...

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One of four board books featuring the bunny-toddler, Max, and his ever-patient sister, Ruby....

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Ruby wants to teach Max all the things a wise big sister knows, such as the alphabet, numbers, and colors. But first she has to teach him to pay attention!...

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Charles is a mouse of few words. He doesn't like to talk, and he's perfectly happy playing by himself. But his parents are not happy. "It's time he played football or joined the ballet," says Charles's father. So off Charles goes to ballet class, where he curls up and pretends to be asleep. Football proves even less successful. Will anything bring Charles out of his shell?

"A nicely told fable as helpful for their parents as for shy children in need of respect."
-The New York Times Book Review
"Wells has a time-tested talent for taking a keenly felt emotion-in this case shyness-and exploring it in a manner that is reassuring to young listeners."
Booklist...

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Learn the alphabet Max and Ruby style!

EverybodyÂ’s favorite bunnies, Max and Ruby, are back, starring in their very own ABC concept book. MaxÂ’s ants have escaped from their farm, and now theyÂ’re searching for food. The ants start with MaxÂ’s sandwich, and soon theyÂ’re everywhere! Fortunately, Ruby comes to the rescue. MaxÂ’s ABC teaches the alphabet by featuring a different letter on each page, large and colorful so theyÂ’re easy to spot....


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Ruby wants Max to stay out of her room, but Max wants in. He just has to see what's inside of her jewelry box. When the sign on her door fails to keep him out, Ruby tells Max her own version of the Greek myth Pandora's Box. Will the story of one overly curious bunny who learned her lesson about snooping teach Max his? A perfect offering for those who enjoy the skewed tales of James Marshall and Jon Scieszka. -- School Library Journal Clever and great funfans of the droll, mischievous bunny will welcome him back. -- Booklist Rosemary Wells is the acclaimed author and illustrator of many books for children, including Max's Christmas, Max's Dragon Shirt, and Noisy Nora (Dial and Puffin). She is also the author of the McDuff picture books, illustrated by Susan Jeffers (Hyperion). She lives in Westchester County, New York. ...

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It's the first day of school, and Emily and her friends are welcomed into the exciting world of kindergarten by Miss Cribbage. The first day marks the beginning of a whole year's worth of new experiences and discoveries: learning the alphabet, drawing a map, counting to ten, telling the time and temperature, and more. It's also about sharing happy holidays, noticing the changing seasons, taking a class trip to the local library, learning about the community beyond the classroom, and bringing all the new skills home to share with family. Organized into monthly segments and chock-full of stunning artwork, this one-of-a-kind complete kindergarten book offers parents, teachers, and children a special way to share the most important school year in a child's life....

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It's Christmas Day and Morris is missing. He was there to open his present-a teddy bear-and to watch his older sisters and brother open their gifts. His siblings went off to play with each other's new toys, but nobody wanted to play with Morris's bear. So Morris found something new to play with-a disappearing bag. He jumped right in and became invisible! Now he has something everybody wants to try. But they have to find him first. This warm and humorous story proves that sometimes the littlest bunny gets the last laugh.

H "Irresistible . . . The author-artist does some wonderful things with Morris's ears and eyes, expressing exactly the sentiments of a put-out preschool rabbit....

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Max is eating too many cupcakes, and his big sister, Ruby, decides to cure him of his sweet tooth. Ruby reads Max a Greek myth about young Prince Midas who uses magic to turn healthy food into ice-cream sundaes, Popsicles, and birthday cake. But when Midas accidentally changes his family into delicious desserts, he realizes that there can be too much of a good thing. Will Max learn a lesson from Midas and resist eating one more cupcake?...

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This charming collection is perfectly suited to helping parents instill in their young children a lifetime love of learning. The slip-cased set includes three of Rosemary Wells' best-loved board books -- THE ITSY-BITSY SPIDER; OLD MACDONALD; and THE BEAR WENT OVER THE MOUNTAIN -- as well as an all-new board book, TWINKLE, TWINKLE, LITTLE STAR. The set also includes a frieze of illustrations from Wells' bestselling READ TO YOUR BUNNY, and helpful tips for parents about successfully setting their babies on the road to reading
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The popular bunny siblings are back in two more board books—but as their baby selves.

In Love, readers find out who Max loves best. Is it the one who wakes him? The one who takes him for a ride? The one who plays with him? The one who stays with him?

In Counting Peas, an ill-timed sneeze sends Max’s peas in all directions. Max helps out by picking them up: five, two, seven.

With eye-catching novelty elements, these irresistible board books will introduce the very youngest readers to the beloved bunny pair, who star in their own show on Nick Jr. and Noggin....


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Max and Ruby are back in a counting book sure to tickle the funny bone of very young readers. When the Easter Bunny decides to hide the contents of their Easter baskets, Max and Ruby set out on a hunt for the missing marshmallow chicks, which are here, there, and everywhere. Ruby is finding all the chicks, but count on Max to have the last laugh!...

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In his most hilarious escapade yet, Max learns a invaluable lesson--in his irresistible way! For Grandma's birthday, Max wants to make her an earthworm birthday cake. His sister Ruby is going to make an angel surprise cake with raspberry-fluff icing. When Grandma ends up with two cakes, guess which one she'll eat first? Full color....

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"Goodnight, Max," says Max's sister Ruby. But Max can't get comfortable. First he spills a glass of water. Then there are all those itchy cookie crumbs in his bed...and the moon shining through his window. Will poor Max ever fall asleep? Rosemary Wells' beloved Max and Ruby are back in an irresistibly touchable book that is also a satisfying bedtime story. Toddlers won't be able to resist all the tactile elements--fourteen tempting things to touch, move, even smell--while a gently humorous story makes this the perfect book for bedtime, naptime, or anytime!...

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Max has a toy house with two chimneys, three soldiers, four bears, five airplanes, six cars, seven bugs, a lobster with eight legs, nine blocks, and ten train cars. So many toys to play with, but all Max wants is the one thing he can't have-Ruby's doll!...

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It's Grandma's birthday, and Ruby knows exactly what Grandma would love-a beautiful ballerina box. Max also knows what she'd love-a scary pair of ooey-gooey vampire teeth. Ruby has saved up a walletful of bills, but as unexpected mishap after mishap occurs, money starts running through the bunnies' fingers.... Will they have enough left for the perfect present? Wells' adorable story is also a fun and lively introduction to early math.

"Wells' droll humor is right on the money." -School Library Journal, starred review
"A very funny birthday story." -Booklist, starred review...

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It's Grandma's birthday, and Ruby knows exactly what Grandma would love-a beautiful ballerina box. Max also knows what she'd love-a scary pair of ooey-gooey vampire teeth. Ruby has saved up a walletful of bills, but as unexpected mishap after mishap occurs, money starts running through the bunnies' fingers.... Will they have enough left for the perfect present? Wells' adorable story is also a fun and lively introduction to early math.

"Wells' droll humor is right on the money." -School Library Journal, starred review
"A very funny birthday story." -Booklist, starred review...

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It’s show-and-tell day at Ruby’s school, and Ruby is going to show off her cake. Max wants to come, but Ruby says that he can’t—he is too young for school! Find out what happens when Max goes anyway in this sweet and funny All Aboard Picture Reader....

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From best-selling author/illustrator Rosemary Wells comes a charming, rhyming story that children will want to hear again and again. An invitation for parents and children to read together every day, this picture book promises: Read to your bunny often, and your bunny will read to you....

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It’s show-and-tell day at Ruby’s school, and Ruby is going to show off her cake. Max wants to come, but Ruby says that he can’t—he is too young for school! Find out what happens when Max goes anyway in this sweet and funny All Aboard Picture Reader....

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It’s fall, and Ruby is making a leaf-collection book for school. Ruby is certain that after she finds her last three leaves she’ll have the best book in the whole class! As Ruby works on her project, Max has some fun of his own by creating a giant leaf pile. At first Ruby thinks Max is trying to help her, but Ruby soon realizes that Max’s leaves aren’t for collecting—they’re for jumping in!...

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Learn the alphabet Max and Ruby style!

EverybodyÂ’s favorite bunnies, Max and Ruby, are back, starring in their very own ABC concept book. MaxÂ’s ants have escaped from their farm, and now theyÂ’re searching for food. The ants start with MaxÂ’s sandwich, and soon theyÂ’re everywhere! Fortunately, Ruby comes to the rescue. MaxÂ’s ABC teaches the alphabet by featuring a different letter on each page, large and colorful so theyÂ’re easy to spot....


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With their trademark wit and wisdom, Rosemary Wells and Marc Brown present a groundbreaking?and side-splittingly slapstick!?story which introduces the importance of healthy habits. When a fast-food fanatic family of bunnies set out vacation, they pack their RV full of TVs, Jiffy Chips, and Winky Twinks. But when the weighed-down vehicle wheezes to a halt in the middle of nowhere, Farmer Spratt saves the day by showing the Gulps the value of a fresh, home-cooked meal and the lasting benefits of physical activity. The Gulps' transformation is sure to inspire a generation of super-sized kids?and parents?to turn over a new leaf!...

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Ruby wants Max to stay out of her room, but Max wants in. He just has to see what's inside of her jewelry box. When the sign on her door fails to keep him out, Ruby tells Max her own version of the Greek myth Pandora's Box. Will the story of one overly curious bunny who learned her lesson about snooping teach Max his? A perfect offering for those who enjoy the skewed tales of James Marshall and Jon Scieszka. -- School Library Journal Clever and great funfans of the droll, mischievous bunny will welcome him back. -- Booklist Rosemary Wells is the acclaimed author and illustrator of many books for children, including Max's Christmas, Max's Dragon Shirt, and Noisy Nora (Dial and Puffin). She is also the author of the McDuff picture books, illustrated by Susan Jeffers (Hyperion). She lives in Westchester County, New York. ...






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