Let's be friends!
Teaches young children how to make friends and how to be a good friend. Prosocial friendship skills help children keep friends by being kind and sharing.
What does a family look like?
Diversity is normal. Teaching children to be open-minded, kind and accepting. A guide to understanding and appreciating each family’s uniqueness.
We are having a baby!
A positive and loving approach to telling a child a sibling is on its way. Discussion – Becoming a big kid and little helper. Involvement – By preparing for Baby together the unknown becomes familiar and exciting.
Beau's Bayou Treasure by Rosalind Bunn
Following his Papoo’s old map, young Beau sets out in his canoe eager to find the treasure that awaits him. As he follows the map, he comes face-to-face with a giant snapping turtle, a spider, a catfish, and many
Thibodeaux Turtle and Boudreaux Bunny by Todd-Michael St. Pierre
Once upon a Louisiana time, there was a turtle and a bunny. The turtle was polite, quiet, and careful; the bunny was rather rude, loud, and impatient. The turtle finally agrees to a big r
Ten Gators In the Bed
True to her Louisiana culture, Johnette brings readers deep into the swamp where 10 gators pile into bed in their Acadian home. Based on a familiar tune, this book, with vibrant foam-and-paper illus
Bugs on the Rug
Based on a song from Johnette Downing’s Boogie Woogie Bugs album, Bugs on the Rug—with its singsong rhyming text—introduces youngsters to the wonderful world of bugs. Illustrated in Johnette’s bold, bright foa
Three Little Shrimp
Three little shrimp eye the wonders around them and set out to explore their underwater world. There is only one problem: unseen dangers lurk in the water. What will they do? Dive into the sea to follow three very curious
Jack and Remy's Bayou Band
Jack tap-tap-taps his paws as he imagines the wonder-ful music the creatures of the bayou can make. He can already hear the chank-a-chank of a rubboard and the thump-thump-thump of the drums, but form
Budding ballerinas will love the humorous illustrations paired with friendly explanations of dance terms, making the moves easy to understand and remember for young learners.
The magic of history, family tradition, local customs, and bayou seasoning melds to create a swirling wonder of flavor that enchants the senses and reminds us of home. It is just such an aroma that entices George as he wanders along the