The Red Balloon is a Children's book written in verse. It tells the story of Suzie, a little girl who runs outside to show off her new red Balloon. Although her original intention was to show everyone her prized gift, by journey's end, she discovers her compassion instead.
The Curious Ducklings is about the adventures of mother duck and her ducklings.
Heading out one day they go exploring. They have a bit of "fun in the sun" before finding their way to McDonald's farm where children can count the different animals on the farm.
Follow along on this sweet adventure story about a mother duck and her ducklings as they have a fun day out and count the other animals with them.
As a wee bear, Teddy was a very smiley fellow, but now that he is older, his smile is nowhere to be found. Frustrated and bewildered, Teddy tries to find joy through new toys and fun activities. However, for toys and activities to be fun, one needs to be happy, and Teddy is anything but. In fact, the more he tries to make himself happy, the grumpier Teddy gets. Fortunately, he receives a few words of wisdom from Grandpa.
Readers will benefit from Grandpa's sage advice in this charming edition of the Sommer-Time Story series. This beautifully illustrated narrative offers a sure-fire method for achieving true happiness.
It was a warm summer afternoon, and Alexis played in the backyard making soap bubbles. Then, something strange happened, and one of the soap bubbles started to grow larger and larger. In no time at all, the soap bubble grew as big as Alexis’ head and continued to grow. Pretty soon, the bubble was the same size as Alexis. It sat on the grass in front of the stunned Alexis and looked like a gigantic crystal ball reflecting the sunlight with all the colors of the rainbow...
Join bestselling children’s book author P. T. Hersom as he uncovers funny bug facts and sometimes weird bug behavior, with stunning full color photos with descriptions of the bugs and spiders, what they like to eat, where they live and their behavior.
Explore parts of the earth to find spiders that that jump, the world's largest moth, or beetles the size of a man's hand! See mystical wonders such as the walking stick, giant mosquito or the farting beetle.
Discover which group of animals has ears on their knees, tastes with their feet and can lift many times their own weight in the always fascinating Discover Insects! Ages 5 - 9
- Can you spot an insect?
- Insect Eyes
- Why are there so many insects?
- Where do insects live?
- Amazing Insect facts
The book reveals young readers the most noble animal on the planet. Kate in her writing uses carefully chosen simple words that every young reader will feel and understand. The book is packed with amazing high-resolution pictures that help your child to understand the (fun) facts about those magnificent animals.
Sections include anatomy of horses (eyes, ears, nose, tail, teeth, colors, hair, …), how they communicate, what they eat, how man and a horse can become friends and various interesting facts about horses (e.g. if they really sleep standing).
Book for Girls and Boys aged 7-12
Sections include anatomy of sharks (eyes, nose, jaws, teeth, colors, unique organ that only sharks have, …), how they hunt, what they eat, their role in ecosystem and various interesting facts about sharks (e.g. why they really attack people).
Part of the book also features in details 10 of the most interesting sharks.
˃˃˃ Learn Fun Facts about of the world's most amazing Dinosaurs!Learn all about which dinosaurs were the:
This informative children's book includes brilliant REAL, high-quality photographs & some of the most interesting, important facts about Black Holes.
Aside from the beautiful pictures, the author uncovers some of the most intriguing facts about black holes like:
Where do Black Holes come from and how are they formed?
What do Black Holes look like and how do we know that they exist?
Will our own Sun turn into a Black Hole?
This book is appropriate for children over the age of 8 and young adults because of the physics and space concepts presented in this book.
It’s Christmas but Nan is not in a festive mood. She is down in the dumps and dragging Christmas with her.
Even Mrs Gillespie has more Christmas spirit then she does.
But Mrs Gillespie has problems.
She’s become a bit of an accident magnet lately and Ben is starting to wonder if all the incidents are accidents or if someone is trying to assassinate the horrid old lady.
Ben soon finds that there are plenty of people who might have cause to do away with Mrs Gillespie including Nan!
After an old hat and a storm leave modern girl, Tessa Hensen, trapped in a past century and living in the hobbit-like house of a homesteader's family on the Oklahoma Territory prairie, she is forced to accept help from an infuriating farm boy to get back to her real life.
Tessa lives as twelve-year-old Agnes Campbell while Judd Howard helps her solve the mystery of the hat. Sparks fly between the two of them as his old world and her new world collide. He does everything possible to get rid of her; she longs to escape him and his grumpy, old-fashioned ideas about everything. Gradually, her unwanted family's everyday struggle for survival draws Tessa into the past. When Elizabeth—a Kiowa Indian girl—befriends her, the hardships finally seem bearable.
This book is for people who want to make better use of that mushy stuff between their ears. It is for intellectually-minded people (students and others) who want to develop their intellectual potential, enhance their intellectual awareness and so be better able to participate in one of the greatest quests of all - the quest for freedom.
From the Magna Carta to The Matrix, this book is designed to give young intellectuals a firm foundation in the language, stories, characters and ideas of freedom.
Age Level: 3 - 6 | Grade Level: P - 1
A little alien, Lan, decided to travel to Earth.
He took many different ways of riding, driving, and moving around the planet.
Lan visited many interesting places, and met new good friends.
About the Author Victor Brice is a 9-year-old boy who likes reading good adventure books, play lego and other good non-violent games.
This informative kids book includes well chosen words & great pictures to help children learn more about one of America's most beloved and iconic pioneers in aviation, Amelia Earhart.
Aside from the interesting facts and images Mr Smith presents in his Amelia Earhart For Kids Book he also covers some interesting insights about Amelia Earhart's background, how she first got started flying planes, why she decided to fly, her accomplishments, and much more.
Age Level: 6 - 12
What was life really like on a pirate ship? Captain Rumbeard, the famous pirate (in his mind anyway) will take you through the truth and the lies about being a pirate and was life was like on a pirate ship.
In this book, we will aim to find out the real truth about pirates and their lives on their ships on the high seas. All the famous pirates, like Blackbeard and Charles Vane, were the real life Pirates of the Caribbean. They had great adventures and became very rich. But life as a pirate, or as privateer as they were sometimes called, was hard.
Have you ever dreamed about flying? Aero- The Little Airplane is a fun story about determination and succeeding against the odds. Little Aero dreams about flying high in the clouds, but he has many challenges that have to be overcome first. Colorful illustrations punctuate the story about Aero and his dreams. Your little reader will identify with Aero if they have ever tried and not succeeded the first time. This book is the perfect length for a quick bedtime story, and teaches a powerful lesson for children and adults alike.
In this, the inaugural volume of Sniffer The Maltese comics, worldwide fans of the vain and cocky little canine are treated to the long awaited story of how their beloved dog-celebrity became world famous. The collection includes many other brand new comic strips featuring the charming little wise guy.
In the main tale, mischievous Sniffer The Maltese has gotten himself into eight pounds of white-haired trembling trouble with the lady canines of his neighborhood. They’re after him, and it’s not to hold paws. Sniffer escapes to Rome only to face an even more dangerous misadventure in Roman Holiday, the comics collection that reveals to his worldwide fans the whole story behind his global fame.
Kids story book about the fox and the crane.
This children's eBook is comprised of three original stories by a children’s magazine writer whose work has been published in Highlights For Children, Cricket and Ladybug. For Ages 3-8
- A Turtle For Anna: When Anna catches a young turtle and brings it home to her aquarium, things don’t turn out like she had planned. And Anna learns a subtle lesson.
- Geni’s Gulls: During her week-long island vacation, Geni befriends and feeds three young gulls whose mother has abandoned them. Geni faces a dilemma when the end of her vacation nears and the gulls’ mother is still missing.
- The Fisherman’s Son: Tiago wants to be a fisherman—just like his father. His father informs him that he is too young, though. But when his father is temporarily injured, Tiago finally gets the chance to prove himself. And he finds that fishing is not at all easy on his stretch of the river.
Children's Picture Book for age 4 to 8
The Lion And The Mouse - a folk tale picture book for little kids, good for bed story time.
Cute moral story about friendship.
Reader reviews: "This has always been a great little story with a moral ending that I've always encouraged with my children. Really quick read and the illustrations are colorful and fun. Recommended to everyone!!!"
Age Level: 6 - 8 | Grade Level: K - 2
."I'm quick and smart as I can be. Try and try, but you can't catch me!"
Mouse Deer sings his song as he walks through the forest looking for tasty fruits and roots and shoots. Though he is small, he is not afraid. He knows that many big animals want to eat him -- but first they have to catch him!
In these delightful trickster tales from Southeast Asia, find out how Mouse Deer gets the best of his enemies -- Tiger, Crocodile, and the most dangerous animal of all, Farmer!
Age Level: 8 - 12
The timeless fables that capture the world’s imagination over and over again. From “Rapunzel” to “Hansel and Gretel” to “Briar Rose” to “Little Red Riding Hood,” the German folktales that the Brothers Grimm brought to the world’s attention have been captivating readers young and old for more than two centuries. These stories of wicked sorceresses, beautiful maidens, golden geese, and dashing princes have inspired countless adaptations and become part of the very fabric of our culture. To read them again is to be transported to enchanted forests and gothic castles, but also to childhood, and to a realm of the imagination where good always triumphs over evil and the most important life lessons are imparted through the irresistible magic of a story well told.
Age Level: 6 - 18 | Grade Level: 8 - 12
This remarkable book explores what you have always known but never quite understood - how it is that your favourite puss went from being your cat to your master.
A delightful and witty account, "Purrfect Tales" retells key events in mythology, legend and history to reveal the subtle influence of the velvet paw in every area of human endeavour.