What's more neighborly than a community garden? In an abandoned lot, Marcy and her neighbor, Miss Rosa, create an urban oasis. Proving that hard work really pays off. Includes instructions on how to create our own community garden, too!
Isabel is a developmentally delayed adult with the mental age of a child. Isabel finds friends in every generation on her block and young readers discover that Hannah and Isabel can enjoy the same activities despite their difference in age. A great book to help kids discuss differences in appearance and abilities.
Follow a bear as he walks around his town during the days of the week. The brightly colored pages and clearly labeled objects help preschoolers identify the places that the bear visits. There's even a map at the end to trace his journey!
Whether you're a country mouse or a city mouse, let your child discover the many different places people live—from towns and cities to farms and villages.
Keats' classic picture book portrays the city landscape of sidewalks and brownstone buildings, as Peter—the boy who wishes he could whistle—wanders his neighborhood.
Invite your kids to join Madlenka on her neighborhood trip to share the exciting news of her loose tooth with her diverse New York City neighbors.
Miss Bindergarten's kindergarten class is going on a trip to study the neighborhood—and you're kid's invited! See all the usual suspects (the post office, the bakery, the library, and the firehouse) and pay attention, 'cause the class is also studying shapes, too!
Michael just moved into the neighborhood and Libby's showing him around! He'll meet her favorite people and places as they walk the sidewalks of the "alone zone"—the places that Libby is allowed to be safely by herself.
Who makes our neighborhood a wonderful place to live? Meet the firefighters, police officers, veterinarians, and sanitation workers in alphabetical order. The fact-filled text is paired with art and pics for an engrossing exploration of this common childhood topic of interest.