The Bill Martin Jr Big Book of Poetry
Years in the making, this full-color treasury contains nearly two hundred poems, all of them handpicked by Bill Martin Jr. Traditional children’s poems are presented alongside contemporary pieces, and the collection is capped off with tributes by Eric Carle and Steven Kellogg, two of Bill Martin Jr’s best-known collaborators
On his first solo flight, Batbaby gets caught in a rainstorm, is blown into Squirrel’s tree, and gets into all sorts of trouble before he finally falls asleep. In the morning Batbaby returns home where he must go to bed again! With a sweet surprise ending, this is a story that kids will enjoy for both its humor and the energetic artwork that is a new direction for this veteran author/illustrator.
Batbaby Finds a Home, 2001
Batbaby and his family have just lost their home to a bulldozer! Desperate to find a new place to live, they set out into the night. But every place they go is either too loud or too unsafe. So where do Batbaby and his family end up? In a bat house made by people! Nonfiction facts follow the simple text.