'Fun Facts for Kids - Cool Animal and Science Trivia for Kids' will help you learn and have fun at the same time. Isn't that cool?
These are just some of the fun facts in the book:
1. When lightning strikes the ground, it seeks the shortest route to something positively charged like a tree, a building, or a person.
2. Dust in the home is dead skin most of the time.
3. The word volcano came from the Roman god of fire, Vulcan.
4. Fossils are the remains of ancient animals and plants, the traces or impressions of living things from past.
5. Wolf pups are born blind and deaf.
6. Gorillas live up to 40 to 50 years.
A Gorgeous Illustrated Picture Book for Toddlers for Ages 2 to 4.
This is Little Bunny. He might only be little, but he can still do lots of things. He can do roly-polys, and in the mornings he can get dressed and brush his teeth all by himself.
What about you? What can you do?
Full of rhyme and stunning illustrations, this book tells the story of Joe and Lily, brother and sister, who stumble across a secret beam which leads them to a magical world up in the clouds. There they see small creatures living inside these bubbles, millions of bubbles. When Lily tries to touch one of these bubbles - the bubble takes her inside... read what happens to them and how they eventually end up home... Develop your child's imagination while using rhymes and learning a few new words.
Recommended for the ages of 3-7.
If you have a child who is 8 and up who wants to know the secrets of Italy, then they can start by reading a children’s book about Italy. You're about to discover how to get more information about Italy for your kids right now!
- What is Italy's climate like
- What is Italy's History over the past years
- What is Italy's culture like
- What is Italy's Government like
- What is Italy's economy like
... and more!
Come on a journey with me and discover how important color can be.
What if black and white were the only colors our eyes could see?
Our world is colored in brilliant hues, dazzling tints and intriguing shades. The animals, plants, the earth itself – even people are enhanced by color. Children will enjoy learning how different their lives would be if all of that beauty disappeared.
It isn’t always easy to just be yourself.
Princess Towonga is sad. She feels different than the other children and wants to be just like them. But one day something changes. The princess must perform a very special job. Can a friend, a mouse, and a magic gem help her discover how important she really is?
“A Rare Gem” helps teach youngsters that it’s okay to be different and that every person is unique and special in their own way.
Discover the incredible story of Frederick Douglass, a courageous and determined man who escaped from slavery and went on to become one of the most important people in American history.
Children ages 9 to 12 will travel back in time to learn about slavery, the abolitionist movement, and, most of all, the story of this brave man who risked everything to fight the unjust treatment of African Americans.
The book includes a Frederick Douglass Quiz, famous Frederick Douglass quotes, and a set of questions to get your children thinking about their life as it relates to the ideas of Frederick Douglass.
Have you ever seen a dancing dragon?
Can you imagine what a sight that would be?
What do YOU want to be?
In ISABELLE THE DANCING DRAGAON, we meet Isabelle, a large blue dragon who loved to watch the fairies dance. She wanted to dance like them. But when she tried to dance, she destroyed the town because of her size and the town people laughed at her.
“Dragons don’t dance,” they said. Wanting to dance more than anything, Isabelle went to Russia to join the ballet. She decided that she would dance no matter what. Will Isabelle learn to dance? Will her biggest dream come true?
Alfred is a proud young lion, who feels that being different makes him more special.
Find out what happens when Alfred asks to join the birds and their Band called 'The Flock.'
This is a fun, rhyming, illustrated story, with a subtle message about difference and diversity.
What is the one thing every kid is afraid of? A monster in the closet.
Conquer their fear with this enchanting story.
Colorful illustrations accompany this fun story about a little boy named Sam who was convinced that a monster was hiding in his closet. He was scared at first, but all his worries disappeared when he found out that it wasn't a monster at all that was hiding in the dark. Instead of a monster, a big surprise jumped out of the closet when his Dad opened the door.
Ages 3 - 6
Ever heard of a Xerus? Do you know how many hours a buffalo sleeps each day?
Any idea how long a giraffe's tongue is? Learn these and loads more awesome animal facts inside...
I worked hard to find an African animal for every letter of the alphabet, and each one comes with 1-2 interesting and fun-to-learn facts to help you become an African animal expert!
INSIDE THE BOOK FIND A FREE GIFT: 4-page "African Animals" Activity Pack
Olivia LOVED the outdoors. Spring, summer, fall or winter, she could be found playing outside. But since her family moved, the best part of winter was GONE! Read along as Olivia and her mother wish for two very different things, but both get their wish in The Two Wishes. Colorful pictures on almost every page help illustrate this cheerful story.
This book is perfect for bedtime, or a short story to share with your beginner reader.
With 100 foil packet recipes for campfires and grills, you'll be able to serve everything from breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks and even desserts with no fuss and no messy cleanup.
Camping is all about taking it easy and enjoying the outdoors, friends and family. With foil packet cooking, you're free to pursue all the joys of camping and forget about clean-up duty. So get started creating flavorful and fuss-free meals that will keep your family happy and minimize your workload.