Age Level: 4 - 16 | Grade Level: P - 8
What Do Monsters Eat?
Find out for yourself in this fully illustrated rhyming picture book that comes to life with bright vibrant colors, and a catchy rhythm that kids will fall in love with.
Will monsters eat green bug cheese?
Do they like dirty carrots?
Do they like mushy peas?
When Jenna’s Nanna wins the lotto, not everyone agrees with how she plans on spending the money. Jenna’s thrilled that her favorite grandmother wants to take her to Disneyland, but when a couple of skeezy crooks read that Nanna wants to use her millions to build a special home for cats, they develop a plan to hold Nanna’s cats for ransom. CATNAPPED is a beginning chapter book for animal lovers.
According to his brief memory, Johnny Seiko hasn't been the last boy left alive on his world for very long. Unable to recall when he last saw another living person, his hopes of finding other survivors have begun to vanish like a mirage on the horizon as the months pass — until one afternoon, when he stumbles into a clue from the past setting off a chain reaction of events that will transform the young war survivor into a champion of planetary proportions. Little does he know his daily routine in pursuit of fun, distraction or the always elusive "last tin of chocolate," is about to become a thing of the past as the future of the entire planet and everything on it turns to the boy from Shinju for help.
Age Level: 2 - 6 | Grade Level: P - 2
Peek through the microscope and down into a fantastic world of teeny tiny shapes, amazing colours and little friends who want to say – Hello. Who are these bacteria? Where do they live and what do they do all day? Meet Bacteria! is for little kids brimming with curiosity. It gives them their first basic notions of bacteria; a very interesting topic for children, seldom dealt with in children's books at this level.
Age Level: 2 - 7 | Grade Level: P - 2
Save a lot of money on buying toys by making them yourself with your kids. For the price of 1 cup of coffee you can have 25 tutorials and ideas of homemade toys and even more activity ideas.
All the toys in the book are made from the items you already have at home: plastic bottles and caps, plastic yogurt containers and lids, chopsticks, cardboard, show boxes, pool noodles, ice cream containers, skewers, old socks, broken umbrella, rocks, marbles, coat hanger, styrofoam packaging, broken toy pieces, cloth pins.
Age Level: 9 - 12 | Grade Level: 3 - 6
Chance Bradley is a smart kid who is an inventor and talented at sports. After creating a droid for his science project that can play basketball with him, he thinks his life is perfect. That is until strange things start going on in his neighborhood and his droid may want to take more than just jump shots.
The Chance Bradley Adventures Series are action-packed stories filled with sports, action, science fiction, adventure and a hint of fantasy.
This informative kids book includes well chosen words & great pictures to help children learn more about one of United States most well known Gold Rushes.
Aside from the interesting facts and images Mr Smith presents in his Gold Rush California Book for Kids, he also covers some interesting facts and insights about the history of the Gold Rush, how it all began, who got there first, how much was made, and much more.
Everything is going just fine in Jeannette’s life—except for having to put up with her little brother, Pat. (What a pest!) But then Mom's weird Uncle Jackie shows up, and not just for dinner but to stay. That’s where the mystery begins. It's one she and her best friend Regina are sure they can solve.
Uncle Jackie dresses like a bum but could he really have a hidden fortune? And if they find out that he does, he'll be willing to share it with them, won't he?
Age Level: 9 - 14 | Grade Level: 4 - 8
Do you remember your first day of high school? Readers of all ages can relate to Terry Rogers..This action-packed cartoon/comic book tackles several social issues of bullying, peer pressure, making friends, school life, and problems facing students. This book will make you laugh, cry, and everything in between! This is a beautifully illustrated cartoon book for kids of all ages with 20+ full color illustrations.
Terry Rogers finds himself in a new school year and he doesn't know ANYONE, except for his best friend Fred.
When Mrs. Flow assigns the students an English project on the first day, Terry is paired up with Sara Smith. Terry would rather be partners with Fred, but Mrs. Flow chose the groups. Terry is terrified because Sara is the prettiest and most popular girl in school. Sara's group of friends will definitely make fun of her if she's seen with a nerd like Terry.
Will Terry play it cool or crash and burn in his attempts to climb the social ranks in high school?
Missy Stark is a 12 year old semi-orphan spending the summer helping at a rustic lodge resort. When a proposed highway project is slated to cut through the property and close the resort, Missy and her new friend, Kevin, explore the lodge, the woods and the caves beneath the lake, racing to find a way to block the destruction. Can they solve the riddles, follow the clues and save the lodge from ruin? Or are they being used by someone smarter who needs help to reveal an ancient secret?
Reading is a complicated learning experience for the young child as well as for anyone learning the English language. The purpose of this book is to provide active learning for parent and child. I try to avoid worksheets; plenty of those are available online. I do ask you to create flashcards from index cards. That’s the closest we’ll get in this book to worksheets.
At the end of this book, you’ll find my favorite 99 kindergarten books, a list of music for children, the 100 most used words in print, and the standards for kindergarten literacy.
Reading, writing, listening, and speaking is what it’s all about.
Have you ever wondered what the big deal was with Napoleon Bonaparte? Did you know that he was a military genius? Or, did you know that he wasn't even French? We are going to tell you the answers to all this, and more. This is not a history lesson, but a solid grounding that is written in an interesting way. It is even likely that you gain inspiration to one of history's most misunderstood men.
This book will make you a quick expert on the Napoleon Bonaparte in no time.
MMQ and her hubby, old Hunk, raised five kids, assorted grandkids, three dogs, two cats, numerous rodents, reptiles galore, a boatload of fish, brain coral, and a Mexican tarantula named Mad Max. It was crazy. But their drug of choice has always been laughter.