Age Level: 4 - 9 | Grade Level: P - 3
This fun children's picture book is about a boy with red hair and freckles named Terry, yet everybody calls him Terry Treetop because he loves climbing trees.
Terry is chasing a beautiful butterfly and wants to go back home.
But where is Terry's home?
- And how can he find his way home?
- Does the rabbit in the borrow know?
- Does the beaver in the lodge know?
- Maybe the fawn's mother knows?
- Or can Susanne the squirrel help him?
Age Level: 3 - 8 | Grade Level: P - 3
This is a wonderful children book , about a boy named Terry, but....
Everybody called him Terry Treetop because he loved climbing trees. Terry was alone, so he went on a journey to find new friends to invite to his new tree house.
He almost gave-up when a new opportunity came his way.
Will Terry use this opportunity to find new friends ?
Age Level: 0 - 10 | Grade Level: P - 2
A children's book about liking others for who they are. Adam is a polar bear, and Jack is a penguin. For every reason, they shouldn't be friends. However, despite the opinions of everyone else, they look past each other's differences and choose friendship. Helps teach children to think for themselves in a world that tries to think for them.
Age Level: 10 - 18 | Grade Level: 5 - 12
When high school senior Matthew “MatheMatt” Forsythe discovers a weird computer and a secret door at school, a series of events unfolds where he and his friends solve one mathematical puzzle after another. After finding a teleportal, Matt and his friend Kelsie travel to a strange world where numbers are actually alive! There they meet the mad scientist Maglio and the ghostly Fifty-Seven and discover that some of the numbers are mysteriously disappearing. They must race against time to find the significant numbers Sixty-One and Three Hundred Thirteen. But why are the numbers disappearing? And what is so important about the number eight?
Chicken Little lives in a world of fear, in spite of her big sister and loving parents’ advice. She trembles at a mouse, cowers during a wind storm, and panics when the tricky fox tries to fool her with superstitions. When an acorn hits her on the head, she’s convinced that the sky is falling. Frightened, Chicken Little starts a panic among all the animals until they take the problem to wise King Leo.
King Leo’s simple explanation makes Chicken Little and her friends realize they shouldn’t be gullible, but should check things out before believing them. When Chicken Little stops listening to superstitions and unfounded fears, she becomes a very happy and peaceful hen. This expansion of the Chicken Little story demonstrates the dangers of being too gullible.
The sun is shining in the sky, the day is warm and beautiful, and so Karen decides to go for a walk in the park.
On her way to the park, she meets plenty of little creatures who wish to join her.
A beautifully illustrated, charming, uplifting and of course colorful short story, helping to highlight the importance of animals , and our environment, as well as making friends and savoring in the delights of lovely weather.
Age Level: 1 - 7
The Alphabet is Amazing! Explore the letters and their sounds in this collection of illustrations and alliterations from Erika Barriga. Younger children will learn to associate the colorful letter with the sound and older children will enjoy wrapping their mouths around the funny, tongue-twisting text.
Features full-color illustrations and pop-up text
Age Level: 0 - 5 | Grade Level: P - 2
Lucas the Lion and his friend, Ryan the Rabbit, stumble onto a mysterious boat. Ryan wants to take it for a ride, but the apprehensive Lucas refuses.
Lucas has never told anyone before, but he’s afraid of the water.
When Ryan decides to throw a birthday party on the very same boat, Lucas can’t overcome his fear, no matter how hard he tries. Trouble strikes, and Lucas is the only one able to save the day. Will he be able to defeat his fear in order to save his friends?
Ted is a super-genius goldfish with lots of ideas, inventions and a thirst for adventure, usually with disastrous consequences.
Angelo is a self-absorbed angelfish and Ted's sometimes reluctant sidekick.
Hoover is the bottom-feeding algae-eating plecostamus who wants nothing more than to be left out of Ted's ideas and given some peace.
In the first story, The Remote, Ted has built a TV remote that the tank mates can use to watch television while the people are away, but nothing goes as planned.
In the second story, Save the Salmon, Ted and Hoover embark on a mission to Alaska to save migrating salmon from being eaten by bears. But unforeseen circumstances put their own lives in peril and only Ted's quick thinking can get them out of danger.
Join this cartoon trio in their aquatic antics and have a few laughs along the way. You'll never look at your Fish Tank the same way again!
Fish Tank - Something Whiskered This Way Comes is the second volume in a series that chronicles their outrageous exploits (originally a web comic from 2006 to 2008).
In this story, a cat has come to stay at the house and the fish are rightly alarmed. Their nemesis makes no secret of the fact that it is out to kill all three of them and they quickly decide to get it first. Who will prevail in this fight to the finish?
This is the story of a small town and how it is influenced in silly ways by twin brothers. It also includes a gang of goofy criminals and a theme of baseball on the side. Some stories are just impossible to explain. It has all the kinds of elements readers have come to expect from my stories.
Boris had a bad accident. Then things got worse. Bad-Off Boris and the Cupcake Cave-In takes place in a fantasy world where delicious sweets and classic monsters come together to tell a story about being different and dealing with change. Will Boris be able to turn his luck around or is he doomed to be bad off forever?
Age Level: 6 - 17 | Grade Level: 2 - 11
The end of the summer means school is just around the corner. And how can that get any worse? By finding out that you’re getting the meanest teacher in the school this year AND she just moved down the street.
Leave it up to Connor, Max and Milo to turn the miserable first week of school into the biggest and most exciting party ever. All while avoiding the bully squad, outsmarting Molly, the teacher’s pet and staying one step ahead of Mr. Mooger, the principal. But everything is not as it seems and the three soon find out that they haven’t been the only one’s pulling pranks.
Age Level: 10 - 18
What can you learn on a tennis court besides tennis? More than you might think. You can learn to work, to take instruction, be tolerant, be gracious, love the one you’re with, love the unexpected, follow through with what you start, be adventurous, be grateful, be useful, be extraordinary, follow rules, be patient, be honest and generous, learn to focus, be strong and fearless, be responsible, value inner harmony, and you can even learn to be happy. Tennis or any other sport will teach you life skills – if you pay attention.
This Kindle eBook brings together many wonderful & detailed pictures illustrations and carefully crafted words to educate children (and adults) all about volcanoes, lava, eruptions, volcano types, disasters, and more.
Fascinating Facts Include...
* There are more than one million earthquakes a year. However most of them are so weak that we can’t feel them.
* The San Andreas Fault in California moves about 2 inches (5 centimeters) a year.
* Eighty percent of the Earth’s largest earthquakes occur within the boundaries of the “Pacific Ring of Fire” – a horseshoe-shaped region in the Pacific Ocean.
* The earliest recorded evidence of an earthquake can be traced back to as far as 780 BC, during the Zhou Dynasty in China.
* The intensity and duration of an earthquake can be detected by a seismograph. It was invented by John Milne in 1880.
Age Level: 6 - 12 | Grade Level: 2 - 6
This book depicts the wonder of the world of Marsupials in all its glory. Children are given a well-rounded understanding of these fascinating creatures: their anatomy, feeding habits and behavior. The following marsupials are featured:
- The burrowing Bilby
- The abundant Common Brushtail Possum
- The endangered Eastern Quoll
- The cantankerous Kangaroo
- The diminutive Numbat
- The curious Potoroo
- The happy Quokka
- The sweet-toothed Sugar Glider
- The vicious Tasmanian Devil
- the unique Virginia Opossum
- The social Wallaby
- The tubby Wombat
"Home School Your First Grader" is the newest book by author Beth Jones and shows you exactly how you can home school your first grade child. Whether or not you have years of experience or a college degree, it's possible to offer your child a wonderful, successful, rich education at home!
Jones breaks down home schooling for first grade chapter by chapter and discusses hot topics like curriculum, social skills, and helping your child adjust to home education. Whether you've known for awhile you wanted to home school or you're just now considering it, "Home School Your First Grader" gives moms and dads alike a glimpse into how to educate a child at home.