Little Critter is very excited on Easter morning. He wakes up to find a present from Mom and Dad—a bunny named Egg. But there is much to be done before Little Critter can go out and play. Join Little Critter as he makes Easter baskets and cards, paints Easter eggs, and more. Lift the flaps and find out what Easter surprises are in store.
It's Valentine's Day, and Little Critter's class is celebrating! They're decorating the classroom with hearts, eating cupcakes, and making Valentine's Day mailboxes. Little Critter is making an extra special card for an extra special valentine. Who will it be? Pull back the flaps and discover all the fun Valentine's Day surprises.
"Find a penny, pick it up. All week long you'll have good luck." When Little Critter® finds a penny on the ground and picks it up, he thinks he's in for a week of good luck! But is he wrong! What can he do to turn his luck around?
This new collection features seven of your favorite Little Critter stories! Join Little Critteras he enters the school science fair, builds his own growing machine, trains for a big race, enjoys a snowy day, becomes the captain of a tugboat, drives a dump truck, and spends a weekend with Grandma and Grandpa. When Little Critter is your friend, even the most ordinary day can turn into an adventure!
Little Critter has a day off from school! When Little Critter® feels just a little sick, Mom lets him stay home from school. Hooray! But between visiting the doctor and staying inside all day, missing school is not what Little Critter expected. Just a Little Sick is a simple story—perfect for emergent readers who are eager to join Little Critter on his adventures.
Author: Mercer Mayer
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Release Date: 2018
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
A Little Critter collection featuring 7 classic books all about family! Includes: Just Me and My Mom; Just Me and My Dad; Just Me and My Little Brother; Me Too!; Just Grandma and Me; Just Grandpa and Me; Just Me and My Puppy.
"Twas the night before Easter, just before dawn, Not a creature was stirring out on the lawnE"The Easter bunny takes center stage in this delightful spin on Clement C. Moore's beloved poem that will send families hopping to the bookstore for an Easter treat sweeter than any sugar plum!