Gabby Gibson has always had a thing for solving mysteries, and now’s her chance to crack her first real case. The cash from Panda Pride Day, her school’s big fundraiser, is missing. No money means no dance, and it’s up to Gabby to solve the crime -- and become the school hero. Oh, and BTW, she’ll have to join forces with the world’s biggest nerd to find the culprit. Peek inside Gabby’s detective notebook and walk the halls of Preston Middle with her as she battles the Queen of Mean and her stuck-up posse, learns that popularity depends on how you look at it, and discovers that people are pretty much never who you think they are.
Whether you're looking for a fun weekend project to do with your kids, a way to help the ever decreasing frog habitat, or a science project to share with your classroom, this step by step book will give you the necessary information to build a viable small container frog pond in less than a weekend.
Age Level: 6 - 12
A Multicultural Travel Adventure for Children Ages 6 to 12 years.
Images of children from around the world, sharing two common denominators, education and sports.Children can experience mufti-cultural differences from around the world when you share this travel adventure. The book includes multicultural education and geography lessons as the reader follows Kizmo the pet chimpanzee, and his family from Kenya, Africa to South Africa, Egypt, Israel, Europe, UK, US, Canada, Mexico and South America for the 2014 World Cup event. (The book includes over 45 images) The family returns home with a promise to visit China, Japan, the Philippians and Australia next year.
Is the grass really greener on the other side? Holly Horse thinks it is and she is setting out on a journey to find it.
In this exciting kids book, Holly Horse meets many new animal friends on her quest for the greenest, most delectable grass. The story includes a beautiful message for both young children and adults alike: Be grateful for all that we have! The end is so endearing that, if you are an adult, it may even bring a happy tear to your eye.
Robbie’s dad is a forester, who thinks what he can’t see simply doesn’t exist! There are no miracles, no elves, no giants, no dwarves and, of course, no Forest Fairy, either. Everything has its simple explanation and the world runs like clockwork.
This way of thinking doesn’t make life very easy for him: his son, Robbie, often turns his down-to-earth world upside down. From time to time, strange things happen around the young boy. On one occasion, the garden suddenly turns into a lake, on another, Robbie, who is basically a skinny kid, rolls down the stairs, as fat as a pig.
Shirley is a little girl who keeps thinking of reasons to get out of bed. But once she learns the secret to make morning time come, she can't wait for bedtime to roll around again. Beautifully written and illustrated by the creators of The Boy Who Cried Over Everything, this story is sure to become a favorite with parents and children alike.
Book 2 in the Smelly Trolls series. Rufus Sebbleford and his friends are looking forward to a school trip to the Mr Splendiferous Science Park unaware that the mad scientist is keeping a dangerous troll locked up in the grounds. The scientist’s obsession with trolls causes further problems for the Super-Troll-Knobbly-Foot family who are trying desperately to pass as humans.
Before long, the children find themselves trapped as the park becomes swamped with revolting trolls. Rufus, Bruno and Polly must come up with a plan before their classmates become troll food. You don't need to read the Smelly Troll books in order. However, for the most spewmungous enjoyment, we recommend reading 'The Troll Trap' first.
Excitement? Worry? Ella Louise feels a little bit of both about her first solo trip to Nana's farm. However, excitement prevails as Ella discovers how Nana's special magic can turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. Join Ella and Nana on their trip into the imagination. Yes...snow can fall in the summer.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the ASPCA in memory of Ella Troehler.
Age Level: 5 - 9 | Grade Level: K - 2
Tall Tales for Short People will make you laugh, dream, and time-travel. This collection of short stories is for kids ages four to eleven. Older kids can read some stories, such as Jungle Music and Little Dragonfly, to their younger siblings. The eleven stories in this book will show you how to cook a simply magical meal with the help of a Self-Cooking Tablecloth, amuse you with an accidental time travel adventure into the pioneer school house, convince you that even a little Dragonfly has the power to do big things, remind you to never be scared of white dresses hanging in your mom’s bathroom, and transport you into the world of childhood magic and fun discoveries.
In this novella, Midnight the Rescue Panther (with some help from his humans) makes his writing debut. Two kittens have gone missing in Cat Land, and it is up to Midnight the Detective and his partner Ghost to find them. But as they close one case, they find a sinister plot to take control of all Cat Land. Now, it is up to Midnight and his friends to stop the evil Queen and save Cat Land. Come join the fun, the chase, and the excitement!
Rosie is a small black kitten. Her sisters have gone missing and she must find them. But the real path to helping her sisters is found somewhere Rosie never expected to look. In this Cat Land Short Tail, Midnight Panther gives a little more detail and information about a much beloved star from Midnight's Gambit.
Age Level: 2 - 8 | Grade Level: P - 2
This is a tale of an adorable little monster who is afraid to start a new ballet class because it is a totally new experience for him.
Follow his journey as old and new friends encourage him to face his fears while he experiences some hurdles and giggles along the way!
Children's rhyming story with full color, beautiful illustrations!
Find out what happens at the big dance recital!
Join the Little Monster on his journey to learn something new and teach your child how to have the confidence to achieve anything!
Dolphins! Dolphin facts for kids; Amazing Pictures & Fun Facts About Dolphin Species And Much More
Written for children aged 3 to 9, this is a colourful picture book which look amazing on Kindles, iPads, PCs and many other tablet devices.
Besides the beautiful visual effects there are also a lot of interesting dolphin facts for children, parents and everybody else in the family.
Age Level: 8 - 14 | Grade Level: 2 - 8
Amazing facts, photos and video links looking at some of the amazing animals from the Amazon Rainforest
Aimed mainly at the 8+ age range, it's a fun and exciting way for newly and not so newly independent readers to find out more about animals. Books by IP Factly have been #1 kindle bestsellers because they present animals in a fun and entertaining way - mixing facts, photos and video clips.
Visit the Amazon rainforest and learn about some of the most beautiful, bizarre and dangerous critters that inhabit this unique ecosystem, the largest rainforest on the planet! Includes a collection of colorful, quality photos.
Easy to understand, entertaining and educational. A good, basic introduction to a vast topic and a great teaching resource for kids of all ages.
Age Level: 0 - 18 | Grade Level: P - 12
The Modern Girls' Guide to Bread Baking takes the mystery out of this timeless practice by shedding light on all the nuances of bread baking, helping you create that perfect loaf even your mother-in-law will be jealous over.
Baking bread doesn't have to be relegated to something only our grandmothers do. We can do it too! The Modern Girls Guide of Bread Baking is written specifically for bread baking novices.