This delightful children's folk song asks the Birdie a question: "Where is your nest?" As we wait to find out, we see the Birdie fly over hills and towns to his home in a hollow tree. Hiding in the pictures for children to discover are some birds flying high and low to match the melody, while the music notation is there for the singing. As they enjoy listening to the song, children can begin to make a connection between the sounds they hear and the symbols on the page.
Softcover Bumble has no sense of direction. How is he going to learn to fly without bumping into branches? Take the journey with Bumble as he finds his wings.The Music Box Series brings classical music to life through captivating stories.
Softcover Frog's courtship of Miss Mouse has been sung for centuries in more than one hundred variations. One tradition of this beloved folk song is traced back to seventeenth-century Scotland, which serves as the setting for Dominic Catalano's exquisitely illustrated retelling.
Incy Wincy Spider Book - By the creator of BOB THE BUILDER and the best-selling illustrator of THE CRUNCHING MUNCHING CATERPILLAR. Follow Incy Wincy Spider as he is blown from animal to animal in this hilarious rhyming storybook and CD Set
Nothing drives a family crazy faster than an old black fly on a hot summer day, especially when the family's a little crazy already. And this fly is as bad as they come. He knows every low-down trick in the book--and won't rest until he's gone through them all.
Hardback A one to ten counting book set in a lively garden. This playful counting book introduces readers to a garden and the animals that live there. Sing and clap to the tune of Over in the Meadow, while searching for the hidden numbers on each page!
All children love this traditional rhyme and singing along will help to develop number skills. Bouncy illustrations, innovative die cutting and popular rhymes make Books with Holes a must for every child. Available in three formats, suitable for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and the nursery or classroom.
The spirited and irresistible itsy bitsy spider has captured the hearts of generations of children by climbing up that water spout. Now she's back—on a new magical journey! This all-new itsy bitsy spider has exciting encounters with a fan, a mouse, a rocking chair, a cat and a big maple tree. Finally, the itsy bitsy spider finds a lovely spot to rest and spin a new silky web. Children will enjoy time and again the delightful adventures of the energetic itsy bitsy spider.
This beautiful Russian song paints a picture of the birch forest as a girl dances and dreams of the music. What can the brand of a tree become? A flute? A balailaika? The wind blows the leaves into the pattern of the melody that is showin in the music notation below. Through hearing the song and seeing it in written form, children naturally develop their own msuci literary skills.
A catchy song with endearing illustrations that will have you buzzing! And as Willbee flew away, he did not stop, his jersey unravelled from the bottom to the top, and when he realised this, he lost his hum... He was showing the whole garden his bare bum! Well, with no jersey and being late in the day, Willbee was so cold he couldn't fly away. Willbee the bumblebee is so embarrassed when he realises his stripy jumper has caught on a rose thorn and completely unravelled...