A donkey is curious about the book a monkey is reading, and wonders why it does not text, tweet, scroll, or blog, and why monkey enjoys the book so much even though it cannot do any of these things.
Follow a family and the youngest member's favorite sock monkey through all the inner and outer workings of an airport. In a book that is as intriguing as it is useful and entertaining, we follow a family on its way through the complexities of a modern-day airport. From checking bags and watching them disappear on the mysterious conveyor belt, to security clearance and a seemingly endless wait at the gate to finally being airborne. But wait! There's more! The youngest family member's sock monkey has gone missing. Follow it at the bottom of the page as it makes a journey as memorable as that of the humans above.
The Caldecott Medal-winning creator of The Way Things Work introduces youngsters to the mechanical science of jet planes that recreates an airplane ride while explaining how powerful engines, specially designed wings and cockpit controls work together to enable a jet's flight. Simultaneous.
Simple text reveals the anticipation of a boy who, having planted seeds while everything around is brown, fears that something has gone wrong until, at last, the world turns green.
When Jonathan's parents decide that he has gotten too old to have a stuffed animal, they trade his favorite bear, Frederick, for a toaster, so he sets off aboard a boat, looking for Frederick.