"Slowly, slowly, slowly," said the sloth "Slowly, slowly, slowly," said the sloth / Eric Carle
Challenged by the other jungle animals for its seemingly lazy ways, a sloth living in a tree explains the many advantages of his slow and peaceful existence.
10 little rubber ducks 10 little rubber ducks / Eric Carle
When a storm strikes a cargo ship, ten rubber ducks are tossed overboard and swept off in ten different directions. Based on a factual incident.
The artist who painted a blue horse The artist who painted a blue horse / Eric Carle
Rather than use the same old colors, a child paints animals and objects in a variety of different hues. Includes biographical information about the German painter Franz Marc, who created unconventional animal paintings in the early 1900s.
Can a cat do that? Can a cat do that? / Eric Carle
Shows different animals behaving as they normally do, such as running or pinching, and asks if a cat can do the same. Includes word list and follow-up questions.
Do you want to be my friend? Do you want to be my friend? / Eric Carle
"Do you want to be my friend?" asks a little mouse of a horse, a peacock, an alligator, and others, as it searches everywhere for a friend.
Dream snow Dream snow / Eric Carle
In this musical and sound effects book, a farmer celebrates Christmas after the first snowfall.
Eric Carle's animals, animals Eric Carle's animals, animals
An illustrated collection of poems by a variety of authors describing the peculiarities of pets and wild and domestic animals.
From head to toe From head to toe / Eric Carle
Encourages the reader to exercise by following the movements of various animals; presented in a question and answer format. What does an elephant do? It stomps its foot. Can you? From the creator of such beloved classics as The Grouchy Ladybug and The Mixed-Up Chameleon comes this interactive story that invites kids to imitate animal movements. Watching giraffes bend their necks or monkeys wave their arms is fun, but nothing could be better than joining in. From their heads down to their toes, kids will be wriggling, jiggling, and giggling as they try to keep up with these animals!Alligators wiggle, elephants stop, gorillas thump, and giraffes bend. Can you do it? I can do it!' is the confidence-building message of this fun-filled interactive picture book. A variety of familiar animals invite young children to copy their antics, and as they play, they will learn such important skills as careful listening, focusing attention, and following instructions. Just as alphabet books introduce the very young child to letters and simple words, From Head to Toe introduces the basic body parts and simple body movements. And in the same way that children progress from understanding simple words to reading and writing sentences and stories, so they will progress from simple body movements to dancing, gymnastics, and other sports and activities, with confidence and pleasure. Eric Carle's colorful collages have delighted children for more than a generation. Each book provides hours of fun while encouraging them to stretch their imaginations. His matchless words and illustrations now send out a new challenge: Are you ready? Here we go! Move yourself From Head to Toe.
The grouchy ladybug The grouchy ladybug / Eric Carle
A grouchy ladybug, looking for a fight, challenges everyone she meets regardless of their size or strength. It's the Grouchy Ladybug's 20th birthday. To celebrate, we are introducing a new, larger format edition with brighter, more colorful pages created from Eric Carle's original artwork using the latest reproduction technology. The Grouchy Ladybug is bigger and brighter, as irascible but irresistable as ever and will surely delight new generations of readers, as well as her devoted fans of all ages. Happy Birthday, Grouchy Ladybug!
A house for hermit crab A house for hermit crab / Eric Carle
Little cloud Little cloud / Eric Carle
A little cloud becomes all sorts of things--sheep, an airplane, trees, a hat--before joining other clouds and raining.
Mister Seahorse Mister Seahorse / Eric Carle
After Mrs. Seahorse lays her eggs on Mr. Seahorse's belly, he drifts through the water, greeting other fish fathers who are taking care of their eggs.
The mixed-up chameleon The mixed-up chameleon / Eric Carle
A bored chameleon wishes it could be more like all the other animals it sees, but soon decides it would rather just be itself. Cutouts along the edges of the pages display various animals and colors.
My very first book of colors My very first book of colors / Eric Carle
Objects and colors, each on half pages, can be matched up.
The Nonsense Show The Nonsense Show / Eric Carle
"Ducks growing out of bananas? A mouse catching a cat? What's wrong with this book? Yes, there's something strange, something funny, and even downright preposterous on every page of this book. But it's not a mistake--it's nonsense! And it's also surrealism"--
Papa, please get the moon for me Papa, please get the moon for me / Eric Carle
Monica's father fulfills her request for the moon by taking it down after it is small enough to carry, but it continues to change in size. Some pages fold out to display particularly large pictures.
Sleep tight with the very hungry caterpillar Sleep tight with the very hungry caterpillar / Eric Carle
"Can you find the animals who need to go to sleep? This lift-the-flap book is perfect for bedtime"--
The very busy spider The very busy spider / Eric Carle
The farm animals try to divert a busy little spider from spinning her web, but she persists and produces a thing of both beauty and usefulness. The pictures may be felt as well as seen.
The very clumsy click beetle The very clumsy click beetle / Eric Carle
A clumsy young click beetle learns to land on its feet with encouragement from various animals and a wise old beetle. An electronic chip with a built-in battery creates clicking sounds to accompany the story.
The very hungry caterpillar The very hungry caterpillar / Eric Carle
Follows the progress of a hungry little caterpillar as he eats his way through a varied and very large quantity of food until, full at last, he forms a cocoon around himself and goes to sleep. Die-cut pages illustrate what the caterpillar ate on successive days.
The very quiet cricket The very quiet cricket / Eric Carle
A very quiet cricket who wants to rub his wings together and make a sound as do so many other animals finally achieves his wish. The cricket's sound is reproduced at the end of the book.
You are ready! You are ready! / Eric Carle
Bold illustrations and easy-to-read text encourage children who are going out into the world to spread their wings, knowing they have everything they need inside them.
You're my little baby You're my little baby / [Eric Carle]
Celebrate baby animals with flaps, mirrors, and soft touch-and-feels.
Poudre Poudre River Public Library District
Including the collection of Front Range Community College, Larimer Campus
Poudre River Public Library District
Including the collection of
Front Range Community College, Larimer Campus