Be You

Be You

Storybooks that share the power of being yourself. These stories feature individuality, uniqueness, self worth and the celebration of differences.

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Be You
  • Buzzy's Boo-Boo

    Meet Buzzy, a loveable little donkey! Buzzy is like any other child, growing up and exploring the world around him. But, when Buzzy gets a boo-boo, what will he do to recover? Thankfully, daddy, mommy, sister, and his teddy bear are there to help!

    The Buzzy series focuses on issues that children...

  • Hats Are Not for Cats!

    Big hats, small hats, stripy or polka dot—dogs wear hats and cats do not! Or… do they?! Are hats for cats? Or, are they just for dogs? This bossy dog and fun-loving cat disagree. But which one is right?

    A silly and fun rhyming romp, Hats Are Not for Cats offers a cheerful take on bossiness and ...

  • Luis and Tabitha

    Luis is a charming alleycat. Tabitha is a sophisticated show cat. They live in two different worlds - their love thwarted by a thick glass door, and by Tabitha’s owner. After all, Luis is an outside cat, Tabitha is an inside cat, and that’s just the way it is. But, these two lovestruck kitties wi...

  • Slumberkins Presents: Creatures Full of Feelings

    Some feelings are big,
    some feelings are small.
    Take a deep breath,
    you can feel them all.

    Join the Slumberkins friends for an adorable journey through the world of feelings! Using verbal and non-verbal cues, Creatures Full of Feelings helps little ones learn to identify and imitate each emotio...

  • The Thing About Bees

    "Sometimes bees can be a bit rude. They fly in your face and prance on your food." And yet… without bees, we might not have strawberries for shortcakes or avocados for tacos!

    The Thing About Bees is equal parts love letter from a father to his two sons and step by step guide to understanding the...

  • Everyone is Someone

    “No matter how big, no matter how small, everyone is someone, we need to love all.”

    It’s simple, yet powerful, rhymes like this, paired with beautiful illustrations, that help us remember that we matter—no matter who we are. 

    When so much seems to separate us, Everyone is Someone, written by Bo...

  • Made for Me

    Of all the children that ever could be,
    You are the one made just for me.
    From a child's first uttered "Dada" to his or her first unsteady steps, nothing can adequately convey the joy and awe of watching the birth and growth of a new child. Filled with adorable illustrations and the refrain, "Y...

  • Slumberkins Presents: Narwhal

    "If I see a problem, I can fix it... If I don't know what to do, I can always ask for help." Jump in the ocean and swim along with Narwhal, as he discovers how to make a difference in the world around him. Through problem-solving and recognizing when to ask for help, Narwhal learns to serve his c...

  • Nita's First Signs

    Baby sign language is an amazing tool of communication for little ones, and Nita’s First Signs makes it easy and fun! Get ready to learn ten essential signs, including eat, more, love, please, and thank you. Each sign is taught in context through a cute, simple story between baby Nita and her par...

  • I Am (Not) Scared

    Two fuzzy friends take a trip to the amusement park and one thing is for sure: they are definitely not scared! After all, there are much scarier things out there than a roller coaster. Like snakes! Or hairy spiders! Or aliens with pink eyes and furry teeth! The friends soon discover that sometime...

  • The Little i Who Lost His Dot

    Little i can't wait to meet his friends at school, but there's just one problem: he can't find his dot anywhere! Luckily, his letter friends are ready to help find a replacement for his dot―an acorn from Little a, a balloon from Little b, a clock from Little c...but nothing seems quite right. Can...

  • Alice's Magic Garden

    Every great story has a beginning. In this wondrous prequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Alice first learns how truly magical her world can be. Alice lived at the dreariest boarding school, void of color or cheer. But after discovering a secret garden, and filling it with her love and car...

  • Buzzy's Balloon

    Buzzy loves his new blue balloon so much—maybe a little too much. After all, balloons don’t last forever. What will Buzzy do when his balloon deflates, or even if it pops?

    The Buzzy series focuses on issues that children face. With a rhyming story and charming illustrations, Buzzy’s Balloon help...

  • Cinderella

    Enjoy this retelling of a true classic, where a young woman learns that sometimes those who have nothing, actually have the most to offer.

  • Wangari's Trees of Peace: A True Story from Africa

    Wangari, grew up in Kenya, surrounded by beautiful trees. Years later, after returning home from college, she is shocked to see entire forests cut down. The land is barren and the people in the villages are suffering. She knows that if trees could return, then the land and people would flourish o...

  • The Road Not Taken

    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
    I took the one less traveled by...

    Robert Frost’s classic poem, The Road Not Taken, comes to life like never before with this beautiful and touching companion presentation. Heartwarming illustrations accompany the original text, as we follow a young boy on hi...

  • Allegro

    Meet Allegro, a young boy who can’t stand practicing the piano. It’s hard and frustrating and he is ready to give up—until the music itself suddenly whisks him away on a magical adventure!

    Classical music comes to life like never before in this magical journey through 11 timeless compositions. ...

  • The Smellyphant

    Get ready to giggle. This silly tale shows that what's on the outside can sometimes be deceiving. You see, Samson the Smellyphant has a big problem: his unusually stinky odor (or "pong"). The other elephants just don't understand. So, whatever will Samson do?

  • Willa And The Wind

    Willa was a whimsical girl, and Willa loved the wind. She loved the way the leaves fluttered on the wind, flying freely wherever the wind took them. She wanted to fly like the leaves! But, no matter how hard Willa tried, she just couldn’t seem to get off the ground; that is, until she got a helpi...

  • Slumberkins Presents: Unicorn

    Unicorn isn’t sure where she fits in. Is she a horse? A deer? A donkey, perhaps? She thinks that blending in with a crowd will make her happy, but quickly realizes that being authentic is more important than being the same. In this one-of-a-kind story, little ones will discover that being true to...

  • The Day Punctuation Came to Town

    A new family has moved to Alphabet City—the Punctuations! It’s the first day at a new school for Exclamation Point, Question Mark, Period, and Comma. As the letters in school begin forming words, the Punctuations join in the fun. Exclamation Point adds excitement to the words! Question Mark helps...

  • Little Sock

    For Little Sock, every day is the same. He gets worn, he gets dirty, he gets washed. His friends don’t seem to mind the routine, but Little Sock dreams of something new. So one night, Little Sock decides to leave his drawer in search of adventure…to find the fabled land known as Sock City!

    Follo...

  • Slumberkins Presents: The Feels

    Follow Yeti on an emotional journey of self discovery, as she meets her feelings - scared, mad, sad, worried, and calm - and learns how to take care of them. This moving story helps little ones become more aware of their emotions, recognize them as healthy and normal, and offers tools to help reg...

  • Slumberkins Presents: Bigfoot

    Bigfoot’s heartwarming story of acceptance and strength boosts readers’ self-esteem. Through interactive affirmations little ones learn how to say positive things about themselves, providing an early foundation of confidence and self-worth.

    Social and emotional development topics include:
    Self-E...