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Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Eric Carle
A green frog, a purple cat, a blue horse, and a yellow duck – all marching across the pages of this delightful book. Boldly colored collages and singsong text create unforgettable images of these colorful animals.
Arlo Needs Glasses, by Barney Saltzberg
Arlo is a shaggy, free-spirited dog who realizes one day that he can’t play catch anymore! He can’t see the ball anymore. He needs glasses!
Rex’s Specs, by Jack Hughes
Rex decides one day to go out without his glasses. But oh no! What’s That? Watch out, Rex! Rex’s Specs is a useful classroom resource to help explain why some people wear glasses and others don’t.
Bumposaurus, by Penny McKinlay
Bumpy’s family thinks he is a silly child after he’s seen talking to trees and chewing on his sister’s tail! His grandmother thinks all he needs is a new pair of glasses.
Whose Eyes Are These? by Virginia Gobert-Martin
Whose Eyes Are These? invites children to identify everything from sand snakes to squirrels from up-close pictures of only their eyes.
Philomena’s New Glasses, by Brenna Maloney
Three sister’s realize that not everyone needs the same things! Philomena needs new glasses, and now her sisters want them too.
Douglas, You Need Glasses, by Ged Adamson
Douglas the dog is landing in some pretty difficult situations. He needs glasses, but doesn’t know it yet.
Our Eyes Can See, by Jodi Wheeler Tappen
Seeing, by Rebecca Rismann
Young readers learn how they use their eyes to see, how to keep their eyes safe, how some people wear glasses to see better, and how some people do not see at all.
Sight, by Maria Rius
Text and illustrations present beautiful sights we can see. A short scientific explanation of our sense of sight is included, with a diagram of the eye.
Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
A clever take on the age-old optical illusion: is it a duck or a rabbit? A smart, simple story that will make readers of all ages eager to take a side (and a subtle lesson for those who don’t know when to let go of an argument).
It Looked Like Spilt Milk, by Charles G. Shaw
The white shape silhouetted against a blue background changes on every page. Is it a rabbit, a bird, an ice-cream cone, or just spilt milk? Kids are kept guessing until the surprise ending.
Look Book, by Tana Hoban
Full-color photographs and an intriguing die-cut format, creates a striking concept book that will have young viewers scrutinizing and thinking about what they see – and don’t see.
Creative Kids Sense & Grow Sensory Magic Tissue Box
SHIERDU 45-Piece Wooden Rainbow Stack Set, 4-in-1 Building Blocks preschoolers Early Development & Activity Toys Montessori Toys for Kids
Coogam Counting Dinosaur Sorting Toy Set, Color Matching Classification Game, Montessori Fine Motor Skill Preschool Educational Montessori Learning Toys