Marcel was a monster of medium size with crotchety horns and googly eyes. He was lumpy and grumpy and suitably hairy. But Marcel had a problem ... he just wasn't scary. But one day, Marcel discovers that his cooking can give kids a real fright. Has he finally found the perfect job...as a Monster Chef? (3 to 8 years)
Mimi loves her cousin Momo but he teases her all the time and she doesn't like it (4 + years).
Beth has a new baby brother. He cries, he poos, he gets all the attention. Silly, silly Baby! But grandma shows Beth that he is small and soft and can smile at his big sister – and Beth thinks that maybe he isn't so silly after all. This story is about a child learning to cope with a new baby in the family (4 to 7 years).
A funny and touching story of a duckling who embraces his identity. Elmer is not like the other boy ducklings. While they like to build forts, he loves to bake cakes. While they like to play baseball, he wants to put on the halftime show. Elmer is a great big sissy. But when his father is wounded by a hunter’s shot, Elmer proves that the biggest sissy can also be the greatest hero (5-8 years).
In the Jingle Jangle Jungle on a wet and windy day, four little friends meet a very cranky bear. Can they cheer him up? (for ages 3 and older)
An illustrated account with brief text of twelve things that make children feel good, like bubble baths and bedtime stories, and twelve things that don’t feel so good, like chicken pox and mosquito bites (for ages 2 and older).
The original Winnie the Pooh story book. An introduction to the characters of Pooh Corner, including Piglet, Eeyore, Christopher Robin and Kanga.