Don't forget about the $1 kid's books for Kindle post! That's only good until the end of the month!
Age Level: 9 - 14 | Grade Level: 5 - 8
There’s more to time than ticks and tocks. Imagine this. Your dad is a part-time archaeologist who has a tendency to discover things. One day, he comes home from an expedition with a crusty old relic, and dumps it in the basement. It’s 1930, and Lewis and Eva Hudson are a couple of twin teens with just such a dad. Then, on a chilly wintry day in Washington D.C., the three of them mysteriously disappear into thin air, without a trace.
Time Square | The Shift is an edge-of-your-seat time-travel adventure that’s full of action and plenty of humor. Join Dr Rex Hudson, his two teen kids Lewis and Eva, and a whole cast of wonderful and wacky characters as they try to fix the unfixable.
Age Level: 8 - 17
Silver and his crew have stumbled upon an island, frozen in time. It’s an island littered with many a brave or foolish treasure hunter. It’s the kind of island that spooks a pirate, but certainly not Silver. He’s out for riches and nothing is going to stop him, not mutinous pirates, snooty girls, possessive captains, or ghostly apparitions.
But Silver will need all his bravado to reach the treasure and to uncover the secrets of the island and he’ll have to decide, is the treasure worth his life?
With a desire for a better life, two ant families living in a large ant city, depart for the country. Not surprisingly, the Work Play family lives by the motto, "work first, and then play," while the Dilly Dally family believes that fun and enjoyment is more important than work.
With the coming of fall, the Work Plays have a comfortable home, stocked with plenty of food to get through the winter. Meanwhile, the Dilly Dally family is just beginning the search for wintertime food, and there isn't much left!
Will the Dilly Dallies make it through the long, cold winter? This colorful tale for children beautifully illustrates the significance of diligence and responsibility.
Fred is a sweet little frog who is on a journey to find some food to fill his belly. On the way he faces some trouble from an angry orange fish who won't allow poor little Fred into the pond to eat flies who landed on the lily pads. A tiny little beetle comes along and teaches the fish that its best to treat others the way he would like to be treated.
This heartfelt story will inspire children to help others in need and teaches an important lesson about empathy.
Allie's Yellow Jacket tells the delightful story of Allie, a yellow jacket, who is bored with always wearing yellow. When she livens up her wardrobe with differently colored jackets, she believes each gives her a special ability. After a series of heroic actions, Allie realizes the jackets have nothing to do with her amazing abilities; she's been capable all along.
Age Level: 10 - 18 | Grade Level: 4 - 12
A great hands-on project for homes, classrooms, clubs, churches, and science projects. Aquaponics is the science of growing fish and plants together in a mutually-supportive environment, and now you can create an aquaponics system in your home! In Tabletop Aquaponics, engineer and author John Choisser walks readers through the process of setting up their own tabletop aquaponics system that is virtually self-sustaining. For a few hundred dollars (or less, if you're a decent scrounger), this tabletop aquaponic system will provide hours of fun and learning during its construction and set-up, while promoting responsibility in caring for the fish and plants as they grow. As a bonus, you get to eat the tasty, organic vegetables your system produces.
Age Level: 10 - 18 | Grade Level: 6 - 12
Here's where you start learning to cook! Step by step, you are going to learn what you need to know to cook for yourself and others. But even if you are already an experienced cook, you might still want to browse through the beginning pages. You could learn something that makes you a better cook!
We start simple, and progress in easy steps. Before you know it, you will feel comfortable in the kitchen, willing to try new recipes, and even to modify them to your taste. Some of the lessons are very detailed, and you more experienced cooks might think I’m overdoing it.
From the Kidmastermind University for Parents comes an innovative yet simple, activity based guide to organized child development. Written by Beth Price BS, Early Childhood, Wendy Bundgaard, MED Early Childhood and Rachel Miller, Master of Education, Precious Playtime combines over 55 years of experience working with children into an activity driven, play-based approach to parenting that ensures that parents don’t miss out on the important developmental stages of childhood. Covering crucial areas such as social and emotional development, motor skills and cognitive development, Precious Playtime contains a number of activities that parents can engage in with their child, making the most of precious play-time.
Age Level: 9 - 12 | Grade Level: 5 - 8
Max is a twelve year old who is alone after a flu wipes out most of the human race in just 72 hours. First he rescues all the orphaned dogs and cats he can. Then he decides to travel to find other people. After finding his way across country dealing with food, gas, and hostile dogs, he enjoys some adventures with his new partner and mentor Jake. When they help a community of survivors in California, the real trouble begins.
Age Level: 2 - 8 | Grade Level: K - 3
Join Owyn Owl as he experiences his very first winter! From bare trees and rain, icy glistening hills to shrinking snowbanks, the wonder of the season is all around him!