Age Level: 7 - 13 | Grade Level: 3 - 6
You are staying at an island resort in the Caribbean, but you are not in the mood to sit around the pool. You want to go exploring. You have heard that pirate treasure has been found in this area and you are keen to find some too.
At the end of each chapter you, the reader, will make a decision that will determine which direction the story takes. You can explore all the possible outcomes over time.
Will you choose to investigate an old fortress, or will you head off into the jungle? Will you find pirate treasure? Or will your decisions land you in trouble? There is only one way to find out, so get reading!
There are NO stories or factor rhyming words to recall! - Just simple rhymes based on the shape of the factors. Look how 6 and 9 (6x9) have turned into flamingos. They're catching "fish galore". Hmm...sounds like 54! See eights with wings. They are buzzing bees leaving their honey hive. "8x8 go out the sticky door, 8x8 equals 64!" It's so easy. Wait a minute. Not so fast. See if you can find all the hidden numbers in each picture rhyme. Keep looking!
Age Level: 2 - 10 | Grade Level: P - 4
Teach your child patience !!!
Free Audio Book (Flip-Book)
"You forgot the mail?!?!" The king yelled at the snail. But the snail stayed as calm as could be. He was not afraid of the king, you see. He knew where the gift was; he knew what to do. The monsters learned that patience pays off too.
This Extreme Weather Kid's Nature book has been designed for children aged approximately 7 years and older, who can read the book for themselves. Alternatively, parents can read the book to their kids (of all ages) and enjoy a fulfilling time of child and parent bonding.
Ten main natural disasters are covered in the book including:
- Heat Waves
Basic Music Theory takes you through the sometimes confusing world of written music with a clear, concise style that is at times funny and always friendly. The book is written by an experienced teacher using methods refined over more than ten years in his private teaching studio and in schools. Lessons are short, well-paced and enjoyable. Whether you're a beginner of any age, whether you're an experienced player who wants to bone up on your theory, or whether you teach music and need a fun way to do it, you'll find this book valuable and will refer to it again and again.
You will discover how easy it is to:
- Learn quickly and efficiently with easy lessons designed by a professional teacher.
- Learn the symbols used in written music.
- Understand the terms musicians use.
- Learn the piano keyboard and the guitar fretboard.
- Use memory devices to learn terms and symbols.
- Use the included study guides to remember it all.
- Apply what you have learned with short, easy Practical Use sections at the end of each Chapter.
- Tune in to radio shows, television shows and the Internet to find musicians demonstrating great music.
The Mexican tradition of paper crafting dates back to pre-Hispanic times when the Aztecs made paper from tree bark, called Amate. With the Spanish conquest brightly colored tissue paper or Papel de China arrived on trading boats from the Phillipines and was used in paper crafts.
Now we have put together four of our favorite paper craft tutorials for you try in one book. The techniques we have used are not always traditional - the projects are designed to be easy to make and use materials that you hopefully already have at home or in your craft box. The crafts are also designed with little fingers in mind - most of the activities are easy enough for a child to complete, with a little adult supervision!
★ This #1 best seller in 4 categories & 5 star book from Readers' Favorite now includes 35 parenting tips on building your child’s self-esteem!★
Oh no! Ducky Duck doesn't want to be a
duck. He wants to be a bunny. Oh dear!
No really, he wants to be a deer too.
Ducky Duck uses dress up fun to be
anything but a duck. Will any of his new
identities work out for him?
Age Level: 3 - 7 | Grade Level: P - 2
The Little Ladybug is the heartwarming story of one small bug with one small wish: he just wants a friend. The ladybug searches high and low for the perfect friend, finding that true friendship comes naturally -- and often from unexpected places!
With its whimsical construction-paper illustrations and fun rhymes, The Little Ladybug is guaranteed to entertain and inspire children of all ages.
This informative kids book includes well chosen words & great pictures to help children learn more about one of America's most beloved and iconic heroes, Neil Armstrong.
Aside from the interesting facts and images Mr Smith presents in his Neil Armstrong for Kids Book he also covers some interesting insights about Neil Armstrong's background, his humble beginnings & how he first got started with flying. Kids will also learn about his many accomplishments, his influences on mankind today and more interesting facts.
Fascinating Facts Include...
- There are an estimated 170 billion galaxies in the universe.
- One particle of light takes up to 170,000 years to travel from the core of the Sun to its surface. However, it only takes 8 minutes and 19 seconds for that particle to travel from the Sun to the Earth.
- Even though Mercury is the nearest planet to the Sun, Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system. This is because Mercury does not have any atmosphere, and so it cannot trap heat.
- Saturn is the least dense planet, or least compact planet in the solar system. In fact, it is even less dense than water. This means that if you were to put Saturn in the middle of the ocean, it would float!
- Stars spend 90% of their lifetime as dwarf stars.
Fascinating Facts Include...
- The hot combination of ash, rock and water flowing down an erupting volcano is called a pyroclastic flow. It can travel speeds of up to 62 miles (100 kilometers) per hour!
- The eruption of Mount St. Helens caused the biggest landslide ever recorded in history. The blast reduced the volcano’s summit by more than 400 meters.
- In 1883, the loudest sound ever recorded came from a volcanic eruption. The explosion of Krakatoa (or Krakatau) in Indonesia released an enormous amount of energy. It was equivalent to 15,000 nuclear bombs!
- The lake in the crater of Indonesia’s Kawah-Idjen volcano constantly absorbs the toxic gases released by the growing volcano. As a result, the lake has become so acidic that the water in it can burn through your skin!
- The United States’ famous Yellowstone National Park is sitting right on top of an ancient super-volcano!