Move over, Mother Goose. Congratulations, and welcome to parenthood! Babies are a miracle, but even miracles poop. A lot. Thank goodness she's got your twinkling eyes, he's got your perfect nose, and we've got your aching back. Welcome to Hickory Daiquiri Dock: Cocktails with a Nursery Rhyme Twist—the ultimate gift for new parents everywhere. Featuring 20 classic nursery rhymes with a decidedly grown-up twist, it's time to lose the rattle, pick up a shaker, and throw yourself an extremely quiet party. Especially if you've finally gotten the baby to sleep, which is always worth toasting to. Drinks include: —Eeny, Martini, Miny, Mo —Jack and Coke (and Jill) —Ring Around the Rosé —Old MacDonald Had a Flask —Baa, Baa, Black Russian —and more!
Children will delight in this collection of classic nursery rhymes, whimsically illustrated with adorable animal characters. Sing along with action rhymes like Pat-a-Cake and I'm a Little Teapot, then get ready for bed with the soothing lullaby Rock-a-Bye-Baby.
Watch the mouse run up and down the clock in this interactive board book based on the beloved children's song. With five slider mechanisms and a QR code that links to both instrumental and vocal versions of the song, little ones can simply scan the code to listen and sing along.
A super selection of classic nursery rhymes! Sing along with fun action rhymes including Pat-a-Cakeand I'm a Little Teapot, then get ready for bed with soothing lullabies such as Rock-a-Bye-Baby. Warmly illustrated with adorable animal characters, this sturdy board book is perfect for little ones!
This adorable nursery rhyme board book features a fun mouse character finger puppet toy built in to the story, encouraging interactive play, hand-eye coordination, and language development for babies ages 6+ months. The perfect size for little hands, it is ideal for reading and playtime on-the-go.
Hercule Poirot doesn’t need all his detective skills to realize something is troubling his secretary, Miss Lemon—she has made three mistakes in a simple letter. It seems an outbreak of kleptomania at the student hostel in which her sister works is distracting his usually efficient assistant. Deciding that desperate times call for desperate measures, the great detective agrees to investigate. Unknown to Poirot, however, desperation is a motive he shares with a killer. . . .
Normally, a mere outbreak of petty thefts in a youth hostel wouldn't be enough to interest the great detective Hercule Poirot. However, the warden of the hostel is sister to Poirot's secretary Miss Lemon, and concern for her sister is interfering with Miss Lemon's typing abilities. Poirot finds himself with an intriguing puzzle on his hands, and before long, murder increases the mystery.
Keith Baker displays his trademark flair for color, movement, and rhythm in this vibrant adaptation of the familiar nursery rhyme "Hickory Dickory Dock." A companion to his acclaimed Big Fat Hen, this twist on an old favorite features some serious antics on the part of a busy little mouse. As a huge grandfather clock strikes each hour from one o' clock in the afternoon to midnight, a different animal passes by, and the mouse has a funny interaction with each of them. With counting, telling time, and a cozy bedtime ending to engage them, children will be chiming in for repeated readings.