My Heart Is Like a Zoo
10 best books like My Heart Is Like a Zoo (Michael Hall): Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?, Planting a Rainbow, Lemons Are Not Red, Butterfly Butterfly: A Book of Colors, Dancing Feet!, Cloudette, Little White Rabbit, Tap the Magic Tree, Hooray for Birds!, Jump!
Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?
|Author||Bill Martin Jr.|
What will you hear when you read this book to a preschool child?
Lots of noise!
Children will chant the rhythmic words. They'll make the sounds the animals make. And they'll pretend to be the zoo animals featured in the book-- look at the last page!
Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle...
Every year Mom and I plant a rainbow.
Each letter in the word 'rainbow' is a different color.
In the fall we buy some bulbs and plant them in the ground.
This book is a good book if you want to teach a child about plant names. Although the text is extremely simple, We have some red...
|Author||Laura Vaccaro Seeger|
Lemons are not Red. Apples are red. Lemons are yellow. . . .
Clever cutouts in the pages make a simple, original, and utterly beguiling introduction to color.
Laura Vaccaro Seeger, whose The Hidden Alphabet dazzled critics and readers alike, introduces young children to color in...
Butterfly Butterfly: A Book of Colors
Little ones will hover over this colorful look at insect critters as they peek through die-cuts and enjoy a final pop-up surprise.
Lucy sees a beautiful butterfly in the garden, along with a bright green beetle, a brilliant blue dragonfly, some red ladybugs, and many more flying and crawling...
Clickity! Clickity! Long green feet!
Who is dancing that clickity beat?
Lizard is dancing on clickity feet.
Clickity! Clickity! Happy feet!
Introducing a get-up-and-dance toddler book-so catchy and rhythmic, you'll almost want to sing it.
Sometimes being small can have its advantages. If you're a little cloud like Cloudette, people call you cute nicknames, and you can always find a good spot to watch the fireworks. But what about when you want to do something big, like help a giant garden grow, or make a brook babble?
Little White Rabbit set off filled with imagination. As he hopped through the grass, he wondered what it would be like to be green. When he went by the fir trees, he wondered what being tall was like. When he hopped over the rock, he wondered about how it would feel not to be able to move. When he saw the butterflies,...
The acclaimed interactive picture book about the changing seasons. “Like Hervé Tullet’s Press Here, Matheson’s Tap the Magic Tree proves you don’t need apps for interactivity,” praised the New York Times.
Every book needs you to turn the pages. But not every book needs you to...
In an exuberant display of color, Lucy Cousins invites little ones to imagine themselves as brilliant birds.
Birds of all feathers flock together in a fun, rhyme-filled offering by the creator of Maisy. From the rooster s "cock-a-doodle-doo" at dawn to the owl s nighttime "tuwit, tuwoo," the cheeps...
|Author||Scott M. Fischer|
When a bug sleeping on a jug is chased by a frog, he has to jump to get away. But then that frog (who’s sleeping on a log) is in for a similar surprise! He’s attacked by a cat…who needs to jump away from a dog…and on it goes, until not even a shark is free from getting a little fright! Building on repetition...
My, oh my! An elusive fly stirs up some mighty beasts in this witty tale for the very young, from a British Children’s Laureate and a talented new Irish illustrator.
When Tiny Little Fly sees great big toes (and lands on a great big nose), the poor elephant tries—tramp, crush, tramp—but...
How do you make a garden grow? In this companion to Tap the Magic Tree and Touch the Brightest Star, you will see how tiny seeds bloom into beautiful flowers.
Follows the seed through its entire life cycle, as it grows into a zinnia in a garden full of buzzing bees, curious hummingbirds, and colorful...
Fall has come, the wind is gusting, and Leaf Man is on the move. Is he drifting east, over the marsh and ducks and geese? Or is he heading west, above the orchards, prairie meadows, and spotted cows? No one's quite sure, but this much is certain: A Leaf Man's got to go where the wind blows.