Kids love and are challenged by Mind Hurdles: Having Fun with States & Capitals in the United State - Interactive Quiz Book. Its interactive multiple-choice format not only makes it a favorite among books for children, but it is also a wonderfully fun game that painlessly shows your child which capital belongs with each state.
What does interactive mean? While it is multiple-choice, it is vastly improved over the typical multiple-choice format. When a wrong answer is given, the game keeps prompting your child back to the question until the right answer is chosen. The game also congratulates your child when the correct answer is selected.
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This is a very short tale for children about Curiosity the Giant – who despite his best efforts could not stay out of trouble.
His name had not always been Curiosity but it matched him so perfectly that people had forgotten what his original name was. No one knew where Curiosity had come from but everyone knew who he was.
Curiosity’s biggest problem was that he became bored very easily. This made people nervous as he tended to cause mischief. He did not mean to do this but sadly because of his enormous size he could not help himself. All in all people considered him to be a nuisance.
KING HUGO (THE ISLAND OF INDEPENDENCE) contains a great educational lesson about how much fun it is TO SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW. On the ISLAND OF INDEPNDENCE Hugo learns that it feels good to have a good attitude and to know what the right thing to do is, without somebody telling them. The little starfish gets rewarded for all the things he has learned and becomes king of the island.
Hugo is a little starfish whose home is at the bottom of the wide ocean. He longs to visit the real world, and one day he decides to go and find it. Hugo's journey to happiness isn't quite as straightforward as he hopes though. He is sent to a series of different islands where he is taught important character lessons.
By the end of his journey, Hugo has visited fourteen islands, made many more friends, and, most importantly, learned how to be a better starfish.
Great stories for children aged 3+
Meet Mrs Trimble, Rose and the twins, follow their adventures as they discover new worlds in her Magic Tea-Pot. Dragon's, monsters and even Father Christmas.
Made to be Free is the heart-warming and humorous story of two young girls, Anna and Elizabeth who quite by accident discover how important freedom is for all living things so that they can live the life that God intended them to live.
Made to be Free was written by Emily Sansone when she was just 7 years old, with a little coaching from her Dad. She's currently working on her next book...
Learn the farm animals and their sounds with the Three Wee Peas. Follow the peas through their day, say the sounds and give them a hey!
This is a fully illustrated children's eBook for ages 18 months and up.
Is your child afraid of Spiders?
This book is the solution, it tells a funny story about a little spider that is afraid of a little boy.
The book has 14 colorfull illustrations with 14 rhymes that tells the story.
Let your child realize that spiders are little afraid creatures and that they are more afraid of children than children need to be for them.
This story is aimed at kids 2-5
Are you ready for an epic adventure that takes you beyond the boundaries of time and space? Then you will enjoy this fast-moving tale of three friends on a dangerous quest told by Lisl Fair.
Meet Binka, Nina and David and follow them on their journey into an underground city hidden in the Cappadocia Province of the Roman Empire, where they have to confront their worst fears to save Binka’s father.
The story and reading level is appropriate for children from Middle Grade upwards. The book is also especially suitable for read aloud as supplement to Roman Empire or Middle Eastern curricula. In addition it has:
- 11 riveting illustrations to help readers visualize the setting and plot.
- A short Facts and Fiction section at the back to show readers which elements in the book are historically real and which are imaginary.
Come on a sea adventure with Codley and his best friend Pokie as they work together with other sea animals to repair their home after a violent storm.
- Is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for older children
"Friends are like diamonds"
A children's book that gives unique and creative tools for dealing with the issue of friendship and good behavior among young children, a matter that comes in almost every family.
It raises the problem - how to deal with a grumpy child quarreled with everyone - and offers a creative solution, unexpected leaves the children and their parents surprised...
Meet Lexi Fairheart and follow her quest to discover what is hidden behind the forbidden door at her grandpa's house.
More about the book:
If your child loves stories by Ludwig Bemelmans, Julia Donaldson, and Stan and Jan Berenstain, your child will enjoy this endearing tale about a curious little girl who gets into all sorts of trouble told by Lisl Fair:
- Storyline contains a great educational lesson about obedience and listening to adults. You can use this story to teach your child to channel her curiosity in productive and safe ways
Meet Queen-a-Bella, the fluffy rabbit in her favorite red tutu and follow her on her quest to find a best friend.
Extract from book:
"No, I can never be your best friend. You're soft and downy and I'm all smooth and scaly. It will never work. We're too different."
Queen-a-Bella stamped her foot on the rock. "Well, that doesn't matter 'cause friends love each other just the way they are!"
A short chapter book for children aged 5-7
Approx 1,700 words
Bobby Monster is very pink. And very furry. He's very friendly too.
Bobby loves trying new things.
In this first book Bobby joins a queue for a baseball game. He gets so excited that he starts to dance - and he doesn't even know what baseball is!
He gets himself accidentally involved in the game. Will he score a home run?
When a loon, a baboon, and a raccoon.complain that they are too close to each other, they move apart. But then they seem to be invading the territory of the local cows who in turn find them too close. The three move away again, this time to a pond with a school of .boorish Moorish idols.who are also unwelcoming. They find relief on an island but that too has inhabitants who insist that they move on. So it goes until the three are surprised by a butterfly who changes their thinking. Perhaps living with each other might just be – Cool!
Owen the Owl is a cute and cuddly character who needs glasses to see at night. He lives in the forest and will introduce you to his forest friends.
This rhyming bedtime storybook is sure to charm your little ones with enchanting illustrations. Perfect for ages three to six.
The proud emperor loves to parade before his people with beautiful clothes. When a court official suggests paying the soldiers more money so they don’t have to beg for food, the furious emperor is ready to throw him in jail.
Now everyone fears saying anything displeasing to the emperor. When two swindlers decide to take advantage of him by selling him invisible clothes with special powers, none of the emperor’s advisors dare to tell him the truth. The emperor parades through the city in his underwear until one young lad is brave enough to speak honestly and opens the emperor’s eyes. In this retelling of the Hans Christian Andersen classic folktale, the emperor learns to value honest advisors, even when the truth is unpleasant.
Children’s author Leanne Annett presents this educational book with gorgeous colour photographs of Australian Venomous Animals and interesting facts in written text on 12 beautiful yet diverse Aussie animals.
If your child likes animals and nature then they are sure to be stimulated and enjoy learning all about these creatures from the blue bottle jellyfish to the red back spider and the jack jumper ants.
Teach Your Kids The 4 Concepts of Green Living in Fun Rhymes with Colorful Pictures&
Kids need to see that Green Living is practical to then, easy and fun!
In this fun and playful book, your children will be introduced to G (Green Garbage Girl) and her grandfather Mr. 4R (Reuse, Recycle, Rethink, and Reduce) as they teach a fun and easy-to-read green living lesson.
Kids ages 3 - 8 years old
Meet Duck -- a clever, resourceful farmer -- and his best friends, Hen and Cat. When Duck reads a book about fossils, he invites his friends to come with him on a dinosaur dig. It turns out that digging up the bones is the easy part. Back at the farm, the other animals aren't too sure they really want a T-Rex skeleton in the barn...
Written for beginning readers, this silly, fast-paced adventure takes unexpected twists and turns. Kim Sponaugle's delightful illustrations perfectly capture these loveable animals. "Duck and Friends: The Dinosaur Bones" is a tale sure to be enjoyed again and again. Suggested reading level: 1st-2nd grade.
I like to jump.
I like to jump high.
One day I jumped into the sky.
One day I jumped into the sky is a beautifully illustrated children's book.
It follows one little boy who loves to jump and the fun adventures he encounters.
Children will love the fun, silly rhymes and the bright, colorful illustrations. This fun story will soon become one of your child's favorite adventures!
A wonderful Bedtime Story for children ages 3-5!
Love the Idea of Homeschooling and Unschooling, but Still Find Yourself Worrying At Times?
- Do you live in an area where you are required to put together lesson plans or submit quarterly reports, and find it a struggle given your un-schooling or relaxed schooling style?
- Is your partner or family anxious about what's being covered?
- Do you just know in your bones your kids are learning things, but find it hard to explain to others, or put into words?
- Or maybe your child attends school, but you want to cover some extras without your kids feeling like they never have time for fun?