Rosco the dog is the undisputed heavyweight champ of his home, with something to say--loudly--about everything until the baby arrives, making at least as much noise and getting all of the attention that was once Rosco's, and the championship bout begins.
Invites young readers to discover the concepts of visibility and camouflage on spreads depicting a menagerie of colorful animals who seem to "disappear" as the background color changes on sequential pages.
Mole's best friend, the Lumpy-Bumpy Thing, has found a hat. On it there's a label that reads Warning! Do Not Touch! The Lumpy-Bumpy Thing picks up the hat and puts it on his head. But Mole is worried. "Quick! Take it off!" he cries. "It could be dangerous!" Suddenly, a bunny hops out of the hat, and then another, and another! Soon, there are too many bunnies to count! What can Mole and the Lumpy-Bumpy Thing do now?
Danny would sit anywhere and everywhere: a comfy couch, a bean bag chair, his mom's lap, a playground swing. The one place Danny wouldn't sit? The toilet. When the pain of rejection becomes too much, the toilet does what any self-respecting toilet would do: He leaves home. In Sam Apple's rollicking children's book debut, with illustrations by Sam Ricks, it's boy vs. bowl in a hilarious contest of wills.
Pirates Blackbeard Johnson and his brothers, Eyepatch Sue, and others sail over to Peg Leg Jones' for a happily chaotic pirate jamboree--until the S.S. Clean Your Room (otherwise known as Mrs. Jones) arrives and playtime is definitely over.