H. A. Rey
(1898 - 1977)
Anybody at Home? (1942)
The short verses in Anybody at Home? ask children to identify various homes and the animals and objects that live there.
Anybody at Home? (1978)
The short verses in Anybody at Home? ask children to identify various homes and the animals and objects that live there. This is a later, smaller format edition and the pictures have been redrawn.
Includes Frère Jacques, Sur le Pont d’Avignon and other favorites.
Billy’s Picture (1948)
All the animals want to help Billy bunny draw his picture.
Cecily G. and the 9 Monkeys (1942)
Cecily giraffe wants some one to play with and Curious George (in his first book) and his eight friends are happy to oblige.
The Children’s Hour Volume 1 (1953)
A large collection of classic picture books.
William Pène du Bois
A. A. Milne
H. A. Rey
Elizabeth Orton Jones
Ernest H. Shepard
Nora S. Unwin
A Christmas Manger (1942)
A punch-out-and-play book of the nativity.
All seven Curious George books are included in this seventy-fifth anniversary edition, along with much supplemental material and a CD.
Curious George (1941)
The man in the yellow hat captures Curious George and brings him to a zoo, but not without many adventures along the way.
Curious George Flies a Kite (1958)
Curious George is having an adventurous day, culminating in a ride on a kite.
Curious George Gets a Medal (1957)
After a day of getting into mischief, Curious George is volunteered for a trip into the troposphere.
When Curious George swallows a jigsaw puzzle piece it gives him a stomach ache and he ends up in the hospital.
The man in the yellow hat teaches Curious George to read.
Curious George Rides a Bike (1952)
Curious George learns to ride a bike and takes a paper route - and then the fun begins.
Curious George Takes a Job (1947)
Curious George is curious about what lies outside the zoo, so he leaves and takes a job washing windows.
Don’t Frighten the Lion! (1942)
When a dog visits the zoo he has to go in disguise. Some editions include a paper doll dog.
The extraordinary adventures of Egbert, who thinks nothing of bringing home a white elephant or a seal.
A carnivorous plant is captured and brought back to civilization - and ends up in the zoo.
Feed the Animals (1944)
Lift the flap to see which animal the keeper will feed next.