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Baaad Sheep

Written and illustrated by Dosh Archer

Three sheep arrive at City Hospital with upset tummies. Have they had too much fun and soda pop at Old MacDonald's farm? The gas inside their bellies is building up quickly! Can Doctor Glenda and Nurse Percy save the day once again? With brightly colored illustrations on every page, minimal easy-to-read text, and a brilliantly fast-paced plot, this animal hospital adventure based on the Little Bo Peep and Old MacDonald nursery rhymes will have young readers gulping up the pages!

Babar's Little Girl

Written and illustrated by Laurent de Brunhoff

The arrival of new baby Isabelle creates much excitement in Babar's family, particularly after she learns to walk and gets lost in the mountains, in a reissue of a delightful story in the Babar series.

Babies Can Sleep Anywhere

Written by Lisa Wheeler and illustrated by Carolina Búzio

What better way to encourage a little one to sleep than with a soothing rhyme and image after image of sleeping animals! This gentle picture book introduces the sleeping habits of many animals—from puppies to whales—and compares them to the sometimes-unusual habits of human babies. In backpacks, on knees, in cradles or trees, sweet babies can sleep anywhere!

Babies Don't Eat Pizza

Written by Dianne Danzig and illustrated by Debbie Tilley

With kid-friendly honesty and humor, Babies Don’t Eat Pizza informs and reassures children experiencing babies joining their families. Debbie Tilley’s fun, whimsical illustrations highlight the book’s lighthearted, yet sensitive, tone. To encourage family discussions, Babies Don’t Eat Pizza is best read over time.

Babies in the Forest

Written by Ginger Swift and illustrated by Olivia Chin Mueller

Meet forest animals with Rusty and Ruby! This sturdy board book has especially thick flaps for baby to lift and grasp.Illustrations include lots of details to hold baby’s attention.

Baby Animal Farm

Written and illustrated by Karen Blair

Five babies spend the day at a baby animal farm.

Baby Animals Black and White

Written and illustrated by Phyllis Limbacher Tildes

Presents a series of simple illustrations in black and white of the faces of baby animals, including both domestic animals and such wild creatures as a zebra and a panda.

Baby Animals Day and Night

Written and illustrated by Phyllis Limbacher Tildes

Sleepy babies and wide-awake babies day and night. A companion to Pyllis Limbacher Tildes's Baby Animals Black and White and Baby Animals Spots and Stripes, Baby Animals Day and Night introduces diurnal and nocturnal animals in pretty black and white images, perfect for developing eyes. Sweet and simple, introducing the love of books to even the very youngest babies is fun and easy with this adorable board book.

Baby Animals Spots & Stripes

Written and illustrated by Phyllis Limbacher Tildes

Featuring black and white art, Baby Animals includes four sets of baby animals (mammal, amphibian, bird, and insect), one striped and one spotted. The final full-color spread features human babies and reveals all eight animals as toys.

Baby Animals Take a Bath

Written by Marsha Diane Arnold and illustrated by Phyllis Limbacher Tildes

Sometimes bath time means a roll in the mud, and sometimes it’s a plunge in the snow. Little ones learn how baby animals friends clean up.

Baby Animals Take a Nap

Written by Marsha Diane Arnold and illustrated by Phyllis Limbacher Tildes

Some baby animals get rest standing up, and others get sleepy while swimming. Sleepy little humans will be lulled by animal friends getting cozy.

Baby Bear's Book of Tiny Tales

Written and illustrated by David McPhail

Great for fans of the Little Bear series, this collection of four sweet stories of friendship and discovery makes a perfect new baby gift. This collection of simple, short, and irresistibly sweet stories about Baby Bear finding things--and figuring out what to do with them--includes "Baby Bear Finds a Book," "Baby Bear Finds a Flower," "Baby Bear Finds a Baby Bird," and "Baby Bear Finds a Friend." Charmingly written and illustrated by celebrated artist David McPhail, the impeccably classic feel of the text and art will take readers back to Sendak's Little Bear and Lobel's Frog and Toad books.