Spot Loves His Mommy
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"Spot loves spending time with his mum, Sally. Each spread shows Sally and Spot having fun together in this brightly coloured board book. From playing hide-and-seek to eating Sally's cakes, every day is a fun day with Spot and Sally!"
Spot story books have been delighting children and parents for years with their gentle storylines and bright, colourful scenes. Spot is always the star of these books and his experiences with his family, friends and the wider world are those experienced by very young children. In this addition to the 'Spot Loves' titles, Spot is spending time with his Dad. They do lots of fun things together - from playing football to flying a kite to feeding ducks. Spot loves Dad, and Dad loves Spot. This book is delightful for father and son to share together. And will make an especially lovely gift - for Father's Day, a birthday - or any other celebration day!
Spot goes to school to see his teacher, Miss Bear, where he goes on a nature walk, sings songs, listens to storytime, and paints a picture. On board pages.
Join Spot for this classic story about all the fun things he does with Grandma. Baking cakes, making lemonade, and reading a story together! This fun, reassuring story makes a great gift and is perfect to share at bedtime.
For 25 years, children have been looking for Spot. Is he in the piano? Is he under the stairs? This special anniversary edition of Where's Spot? will introduce Spot to a new generation of readers. All dressed up with a shiny silver cover, this perennial favorite is likely to become a collector's item in addition to being a children's classic.
Spot and his friends are learning that being polite is a rewarding experience. This useful book will help children to begin to use those all-important words, 'please' and 'thank you', as they learn alongside the loveable puppy, Spot, and all his friends.
As her son grows up from little boy to adult man, a mother secretly rocks him each night as he sleeps.
In a companion book to Spot's Thanksgiving, Spot watches as everyone in the house has something to do to prepare for the holiday, and he is so excited over all the commotion that Spot almost forgets to leave milk and cookies for Santa.
Illustrations and simple, rhyming text introduce different kinds of birds' nests, from the scrapes that falcons build atop high, craggy ledges to the underground nests that burrowing owls dig. Includes brief facts about each kind of bird.
A small, but sturdy shaped board book which features a simple story about Spot. Children can discover the delights of bedtime as Spot takes them through his evening routine.
On the first day of school, Spot brings his new lunchbox, plays the drums, has fun outside, and listens to a story. On board pages.
Features the loveable puppy Spot who helps your toddler learn the alphabet. This book has lots of big and little flaps for your child to play with and use to discover another letter.
Allyssa was raised as royalty. Savenek had been trained as a spy. Allyssa grew up doted on by her parents. Savenek's adoptive father had often shown his love through strict training and discipline. Allyssa died too soon, loved and mourned by her kingdom. Savenek is supposed to take her place, but struggles to win the hearts of the people and parents who don't know him. When Savenek finally settles in to life at court, Allyssa shows up alive, in time for their seventeenth birthday celebration. Everything in Savenek's life feels like it’s exploding again. While Allyssa has managed to stop the war with Russek and form a powerful alliance, Savenek knows there is a greater danger surrounding them. As Emperion teeters on the brink of war, a much more personal battle plays out between twin siblings. If Allyssa and Savenek want to save their kingdom from being destroyed, they must learn to work together, trust one another, and rely on each other. When duty, loyalty, and family clash, can there be room for two royal heirs? Especially when one is being a royal pain?
Spot the puppy, his mother, and his animal friends have a fun-filled day playing in the park. Movable flaps conceal portions of the illustrations and text.
It's Halloween and time to dress up. What will Spot decide to wear? Join in the fun with Spot and his friends as they try on different costumes in this coloured board book.
A Harvard psychologist explains how our once-helpful instincts get hijacked in our garish modern world. Our instincts—for food, sex, or territorial protection— evolved for life on the savannahs 10,000 years ago, not in today’s world of densely populated cities, technological innovations, and pollution. We now have access to a glut of larger-than-life objects, from candy to pornography to atomic weapons—that gratify these gut instincts with often-dangerous results. Animal biologists coined the term “supernormal stimuli” to describe imitations that appeal to primitive instincts and exert a stronger pull than real things, such as soccer balls that geese prefer over eggs. Evolutionary psychologist Deirdre Barrett applies this concept to the alarming disconnect between human instinct and our created environment, demonstrating how supernormal stimuli are a major cause of today’s most pressing problems, including obesity and war. However, Barrett does more than show how unfettered instincts fuel dangerous excesses. She also reminds us that by exercising self-control we can rein them in, potentially saving ourselves and civilization.