American Baby Company Organic Terry Hooded Towel Set-Pink This cozy organic terry hooded towel is ideal after your baby's bath. It's great for drying off baby and it will envelop your little one with comfort and warmth. 100% organic cotton terry. Includes one 30" x 30" hooded towel and one 10" x 10" washcloth. Machine wash.
Bebe au Lait Baby Hooded Towel - Mint Chocolate Bebe au Lait’s new hooded towel is an innovatively chic twist on a hard-working standard. Crafted in ultra soft, 100% cotton terry, these luxe hooded towels are machine washable. Our Baby Hooded Towel is generously sized for swaddling infants. Each lush, cozy towel is edged in signature Bebe au Lait fabric in a variety of fabulous prints and colors. This is a baby sized towel, suitable for children aged 0-24 months.Size: Baby Hooded Towel (0-24 months).Body: 100% Cotton Terry.Trim: 100% Cotton.Machine Washable.
Since its publication in 2005, The Gift of Nothing has become an instant classic--the perfect gift for "the person who has everything." In this appealing picture book, Mooch the cat--star of the nationally-syndicated comic strip Mutts--searches for a present for his friend, Earl the dog. Earl already has everything he needs: a bowl, a bed, a chewy toy...What else could Mooch get him? Then it dawns on him: NOTHING! This timeless tale has a heart-warming message about the most valuable gift of all--friendship--that appeals to readers of all ages. Great for a last minute gift, this special edition includes an elegant paper slipcase designed to look like gift wrap with foil accents and an embossed bow and faux hang tag.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 10/7/2009Pages: 56Reading Level: Age 5 and Up
The world is becoming more diverse, and so are the daily lives of our children. Accepting and valuing people and groups who are different from oneself and one's immediate family is a critical social skill. Accept and Value Each Person introduces diversity and related concepts: respecting differences, being inclusive, and appreciating people just the way they are. Includes questions, activities, and games that reinforce the ideas being taught.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 4/15/2006Pages: 40Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
Is it possible? Can an ordinary human being really become a perfect person in three short days?Milo Crinkley thought so. What gave him the idea was a bookthat fell on his head one day at the library--a book with the impressive title Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days! The author, Dr. K. Pinkerton Silverfish, did look kind of weird, but he claimed to be theworld's leading authority on perfection.Milo took the book home and followed its instructions. He likedthe idea of being perfect. Perfect people never had their parents nag at them. Perfect people never had to take the blame for rotten trickstheir sisters played. Perfect people never needed erasers. Perfect wasobviously the perfect thing to be!Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 7/1/1996Pages: 80Reading Level: Age 5 and Up
What could be better than having a job you really love? This girl is lucky enough to babysit a cute black and white pinto foal and her Beagle and cat friends. Caring for these animals takes a responsible person, but she is up the job with your help! The set includes a 1:12 scale foal, 6" articulated and fully clothed doll, Beagle dog, cat, foal blanket, water bowl, brush and ball.Recommended Ages: 4 years - 12 years
Each page in this pad features a figure of a body and is ready for your imagination to design people by adding facial features, hairstyles and outfits for every occasion. With four different skin tones, you may cut them out and make fashion models or characters for a show! The heavy weight paper is ideal for pencils, crayons or markers and can be used for collage, too.Product Measures: 17.2" x 11.5" x 0.3"Recommended Ages: 0 years & Up
A quiltmaker helps a selfish king learn that giving is the true secret to happiness. The heartwarming, strongly moral tale supports important values, and the detailed illustrations, featuring dozens of lovingly rendered quilt patterns offer hours of delight.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 3/1/2001Pages: 56Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
What can Mooch the cat give Earl the dog when Earl has everything? The answer, of course, is nothing. This simple picture book story features characters from McDonnell's popular comic strip, "Mutts." Illustrations.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 10/5/2005Pages: 56Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
One morning the people of Wemmicksville wake up to discover that they've all received gifts. Punchinello opens his gift to find a hammer; Lucia receives a paintbrush and set of paints; and Hans, the baker, gets a spoon. Nobody knows who sent the gifts, but each Wemmick receives the perfect gift: Punchinello likes to build, Lucia loves to paint, and Hans enjoys cooking. When a family of Wemmicks needs help to reach Eli the woodcarver, Punchinello and his friends try to come to their aid. Unfortunately, nothing they do seems to work. Only when they realize that Eli gave them each a special gift are they able to use those gifts to make a difference. This story will show kids how God has given them a special gift they can use to serve Him.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 4/4/2006Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
A little boy’s attempts to give Jesus a gift teaches him the truth that what he does for others, he does for Jesus. When Ronnie Wilson learns of Jesus’ sacrifice, he wants to give Jesus a gift in return. But how can he get it to heaven? With each attempt he performs a simple act of service for someone in need, and eventually learns that what is done for the least in God’s kingdom is done for Jesus himself. In the delightfully illustrated book Ronnie Wilson’s Gift, bestselling author and prolific speaker Francis Chan continues the series of children’s parables he began with Halfway Herbert and The Big Red Tractor. Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 3/1/2011Pages: 36Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
Roland can't wait for Christmas Day, and when the morning finally arrives he races downstairs to see what is waiting for him. What he sees stops him in his tracks. Could that tiny present really be what he had waited all year for? It has to be the smallest gift he had ever seen! So Roland wishes for something bigger . . . and bigger . . . and bigger. But he's still convinced there must be a bigger gift somewhere in the universe. Will he know it when he sees it? Peter H. Reynolds's spare, free-spirited illustrations and heartwarming text make this be-carefulwhat-you-wish-for
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