Book Introduction:Imagine that two young friends are able to converse with our planet—a cartoon figure called “Mr/Ms Earth,” who is full of gripes about the ways humans are treating the natural environment. This big ball of energy overflows with opinions and knowledge, not to mention a great sense o......[Read More]
Book Introduction:Gray Elephant, Gray Elephant, what do you see?
I see a brown monkey climbing a tree.
Brown Monkey, Brown Monkey, what do you see?
I see a pink pig roaming free ...
This rhyming illustrated children's book teaches preschoolers animals and colors.
The colors are gray, brown, pink, yellow, purple, wh......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:A great introduction to electronics for kids, or anyone who wants to learn. The way each project is broken up into three parts is nice! There is "learn" (tells you about the theory behind the project), "make" (instructions to make the project), and then "explore" (gives pra......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:It's okay, but it things like park, and walks, hikes, and looking at trees. Things I'd already done but looking for new ideas to keep my kids interested and moving. It didn't really cover that, so while great ideas to get you up and moving, nothing you can't come up with on your own...[Read More]
Book Introduction:3 books in 1, suitable for ages 3-9 years, includes a colourful, illustrated story about an orphaned baby rhino that is rescued during the filling of Kariba Dam in Zimbabwe. The little rhino is taken home by the Vet, who was part of Operation Noah and raised by his wife. He loves to play with the ......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:The book, Loom Magic Creatures! by Becky Thomas and Monica Sweeney is terrific! So many different ideas to use the loom for, then just bracelets and jewelry! You can make some cutelittle animals, which any child or adult would love. It's a perfect way to add some more fun back into the Rainbow Loom.......[Read More]
Latest Reviews: I really like this book and will be buying it as soon as possible. There are so many projects and ideas in this book that even though I dislike a lot of them, there are so many more to choose from. I love a lot of the items such as a busy book/toddler activity book (for tactile play), photo blocks,......[Read More]
Book Introduction:Playing with PLAY-DOH is a favorite pastime, but who knew that hands-on learning could be so much fun? Join our friendly lion as he explores the jungle! Each page includes amazing facts about your favorite jungle animals, and kids learn how to make five new friends out of PLAY-DOH. Easy-to-follow il......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:National Geographic Children’s Books. (2010). Nat geo wild animal atlas: Earth's astonishing animals and where they live Des Moines, IA: National Geographic.Citation by: Margie FindleyType of Reference: Geographical ReferenceCall Number: J 591.9Description: An introduction to geography that focuses ......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:Author Joyce Mitchell has published over thirty children’s books – a crown she appreciates as being a parent and working with children for over ten years, her goal is to inspire and educate kids, through her 'talking animal' and 'rhyming' books she hopes will entertain and teach children important '......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:We just recently moved to the desert and my four year old loved this book to learn about her new environment...plus, poop, which is always a hit with the preschool crowd. We're very happy with the purchase.[Read More]
Book Introduction:A Fun And Easy Step By Step Drawing Book! This great book is full of fun and easy to follow step by step drawing pages to help kids learn draw a great selection of amazing animals and fun objects! Each page has a different fun animal or object to draw, and kids follow and copy each individual step......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:The perfect book for the inquisitive child. Read along with them as they learn incredible facts such as dolphin's sleep with one eye open and that you can't burp in space. Even the adults and older children will enjoy reading this book. I know I did.[Read More]
Latest Reviews:This is a fun joke book that combines puns, corny jokes, tongue twisters and knock-knock jokes along with gorgeous color photographs of animals and random trivia facts about the animals, too. The jokes are often groan-worthy, but we found a few gems that made us giggle. Example: "Why are pirates cal......[Read More]
Book Introduction:This informative series helps students make connections between animals of today and their ancient relatives. The books include photographs of actual fossils, as well as pictures of what scientists think early animals looked like when they were alive. What better way to learn about how climate, envi......[Read More]