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The Secret Garden (Minalima Classics) by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Category: CHILDREN'S CLASSICS
Frances Hodgson Burnett's beloved novel is now 100 years old And, to celebrate this special occasion, Sterling presents a gorgeous new edition of The Secret Garden, illustrated by the acclaimed Robert Ingpen. After her parents' death, Mary Lennox-a plain, sickly, and unloved little girl-leaves her home ...Show more
The Merry Shipwreck (Little Golden Book) by Georges Duplaix
On peaceful days on his barge in New York Harbor, Captain Barnacle loves to spin salty yarns about his life on the Seven Seas and the shipwrecks he's been in. But his animal friends are sure there's no such thing as a shipwreck . . . until one fateful night when the barge gets loose . . . in a storm! A ...Show more
LGB Little Golden Book - I Love You, Grandma! by Tish Rabe
For the first time in Little Golden Books, a grandma story! A four-year-old boy narrates this sweet rhyming story about how fun it is to visit his grandma. Together they walk on the beach, garden, wave at trains, and bake! At the end of the day, they watch the stars twinkling in the sky until it s time ...Show more
Blue Book of Fairy Tales (Little Golden Book) by Golden Books
"Three favorite fairy tales- Rapunzel, Beauty and the Beast,and Toads and Diamondsare brought beautifully to life in this classic Little Golden Book from 1959, with breathtaking illustrations by the inimitable Gordon Laite."
The Sailor Dog (Little Golden Book) by Margaret Wise Brown
Scuppers the Dog wants to be a sailor. He was born at sea and he wants nothing more than to return to water. Finally, after a long time, Scuppers gets the chance to go out into the deep blue ocean--but his ship gets wrecked Oh no But Scuppers won't let that bother him. He fixes his boat and gets right b ...Show more
LGB My Little Golden Book About God (Little Golden Book) by Jane Werner Watson
This poetic book illustrates how even the tiniest things that we might take for granted, like the "jewels on the insect's back," are part of God's great plan. A comforting, gentle introduction to the concept of God, it is one of the most beautifully written and illustrated books on the Golden list.
LGB Baby Farm Animals (Little Golden Book) by Garth Williams
No one has illustrated animals with as much warmth, humor, and realism as Garth Williams. This classic- full of piglets, kittens, calves, and bunnies- is one of his best. Simple, humorous text identifies each fuzzy, furry, or feathery farm animal capering about the farm. This longtime favorite has been ...Show more
Old MacDonald Had a Farm (Little Golden Book) by Anne Kennedy (Illustrator); Golden Books Staff
"Here's a fresh new Little Golden Book edition of the classic children's singalong song, brought to life by a popular illustrator! "
Baby's House (Little Golden Book) by Gelolo McHugh
""Here is Baby's door. Let's open it." "Preschoolers will enjoy taking a tour of every room in Baby's house, where they will recognize colorful objects they know from their own homes. Brightly illustrated by Disney Legend Mary Blair, who also illustrated the popular Little Golden Book "I Can Fly," this ...Show more
Baby Shark! (Little Golden Book) by Mike Jackson; Golden Books Staff
Doo doo doo doo doo doo! Join Baby Shark, Mama Shark, Daddy Shark, Grandma Shark, Grandpa Shark, and some special underwater friends in this fun Little Golden Book based on the interactive song. The youngest Baby Shark fans will love the bright, colorful illustrations and engaging, repetitive text!
The Gingerbread Man (LGB Little Golden Book) by Richard Scarry
" Run, run, as fast as you can! Catch Richard Scarry s gingerbread man as he returns to Little Golden Books after a decades-long hiatus. Originally published in 1953, The Gingerbread Manmakes a perfect Christmas gift, ready to delight any child who loves this favorite funny folk tale."
Animal Gym (Little Golden Book) by Beth Greiner Hoffman
"The latest Little Golden Book Classic--with a funny, timeless school theme! "This rollicking story explores just what would happen at school if elephants walked the balance beam, monkeys climbed all over the monkey bars, and tigers went up the rope! Some of the funniest scenes show the animals hitting ...Show more