Story Time with Nate ("Horton Hears a Boo!" and "Autumn Peltier, Water Warrior")
Join Dr. Seuss's beloved character Horton the elephant and friends on a Halloween adventure as they try to overcome their fears and find the source of a spooky sound--includes two pages of colorful stickers! (Ages 4-8)
In the Jungle of Nool, near the Glowbug Lagoon,
In the hush of the night, 'neath the October moon,
He was counting the stars (there were more than a few),
When Horton the elephant heard a strange . . .
Horton the elephant is as kind and lovable as ever in this fun picture book about facing your fears and helping those in need.
At first, Horton, Kangaroo, and the Wickersham Brothers are terrified of the sound. What could it be: A Blurpp in the bog? A triple-eyed bat flying out of the fog?
Knowing that there's only one way to find out, Horton bravely leads the group toward the sound, and the animals are relieved to discover that their fears were unfounded. . . .
Written and illustrated in the iconic style of Dr. Seuss's Horton Hears a Who!, this perfect Halloween read-aloud includes two pages of stickers, ideal for decorating your own Seussian jack-o'-lantern!
From New York Times bestselling picture book author Carole Lindstrom and illustrator Bridget George comes Autumn Peltier, Water Warrior, an inspiring picture book biography about two Indigenous Rights Activists, Josephine Mandamin and Autumn Peltier. (Ages 4-8)
A sea of change.
It was a soft voice, at first.Like a ripple.
But with practice it grew louder.
Indigenous women have always worked tirelessly to protect our water--keeping it pure and clean for the generations to come. Yet there was a time when their voices and teachings were nearly drowned out, leaving entire communities and environments in danger and without clean water.
But then came Grandma Josephine and her great-niece, Autumn Peltier.
Featuring a foreword from water advocate and Indigenous Rights Activist Autumn Peltier herself, this stunning picture book from New York Times-bestselling author Carole Lindstrom and illustrator Bridget George gives voice to the water and asks young readers to join the tidal wave of change.