The Scooby Snacks are lost Scooby-Doo and Shaggy must use their counting skills to solve the mystery in this bright board book.
Someone has stolen the keys to the zoo Scooby-Doo and Shaggy work their way through the alphabet to solve the case in this charming board book mystery.
Scooby-Doo is forgetting something for his trip. His search for shapes will help him remember in this train-themed board book.
When Scooby-Doo can't find the gang, he'll follow colorful clues in this board book birthday mystery.
Midas wants everything to be his favorite color--yellow He chooses yellow clothes, eats yellow foods, and uses only the yellow paint at his easel. But when he impulsively paints his beloved green Dinoboo, Midas discovers that too much of a good thing is a big mess Joan Holub's carefully crafted text is brought to life by Leslie Patricelli's famously humorous illustrations.
Hercules is not as interested in "playing nice" as he is in playing strong But when one feat of strength destroys his little sister's 12-piece tower, he must use his powers for good to restore the tower and seek her forgiveness.
When Pandora is warned by her mother not to open a box, her spirited curiosity trumps her obedience. Pandora harmlessly touches the box, innocently leans on the box, and eventually, albeit accidentally, bursts the box open The cupcakes that were hidden inside are ruined, except for one last vestige, which Pandora presents in the hope that her mother still loves her.
Medusa refuses to care for her hair, her long locks getting knottier and dirtier with each passing page. Her hair rebellion elicits frozen expressions of shock from her family, but nothing will convince Medusa to brush. Only her hairdresser approaches Medusa with bravery and a blade, successfully solving the problem . . .