Age Level: 8 - 12 | Grade Level: 3 - 6
Remember those old pick a path books where you flipped back and forth through the book? Well this is better! No more turning pages back and forth. Links take you right to the next part of the story!
You have been invited to New Zealand to stay on a beautiful island. Right from the start you get to pick what happens. Watch out. Not every path is safe. You could be dragged to the bottom of the sea by a giant squid, go back in time, get kidnapped by pirates and a whole lot more. If you survive there are rich rewards.
Good luck. You’ll need it.
Age Level: 3 - 8 | Grade Level: P - 2
This children's book tells us a story about a beautiful kitty, who has a big problem! What is wrong with Kitty? And why it is so difficult telling her to make friends?
This is a small children's book, with a short story, easy to read with rhymes. A fun and beautifully illustrated book that lets you and your child to choose it's end.
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In this story, two young children receive a trampoline as a gift. It’s really very big and they knew it would be fun, but didn’t know it would bounce them to a whole new planet!
With funny illustrations, this rhyming story for kids springs to life as the children find themselves turning into something different with each bounce they make. A wonderful anytime book for parents to read to children, and also a great book for learners to read alone.
Age Level: 4 - 18 | Grade Level: K - 12
Plummet Airport is buzzing with activity as Titus and his team prepare for a very important visit from the Ambassador. Unfortunately, everything is thrown into chaos when a puppy is set loose and gets lost in the airport, but Tikitiboo, the airport's faithful scanning machine leads the rescue effort with the help of a host of colourful characters from the runways. Maybe the Mackerel in the Departure Lounge saw something...
Age Level: 9 - 14 | Grade Level: 3 - 8
Facts and photos telling the story of one of the most inspiring men in history
* Fascinating Facts
* Information in Bite-Sized Chunks
* Great Images
* Video Biographies
* Links to Speeches
Winston Churchill biography for kids - a fun and fascinating way for young readers to discover more about one of history's most inspirational figures.
Age Level: 8 - 12 | Grade Level: 3 - 7
Hal Junior lives aboard a futuristic space station. His mum is chief scientist, his dad cleans air filters and his best mate is Stephen 'Stinky' Binn. As for Hal ... he's a bit of a trouble magnet. He means well, but his wild schemes and crazy plans never turn out as expected!
NOTE: there's a review below (the only 1-star) where the reader has actually loaded and read a different title halfway through the book. Hal Junior DOES NOT contain adult language, OR any of the passages quoted in the review. See the comments attached to the review for more.
Age Level: 6 - 12
Discover Some of the Strangest Animals that Live in the Rainforest.
- The Kinkajou, the so-called “Honey Bears” of the rainforest.
- The Jesus Lizard, which is a miracle of glorious proportions.
- The Bullet Ant, and its truly terrifying sting.
- The Glass Frog, and is it made of glass?.
- The Axolotl, a creature even more interesting than its name.
- The Decoy-Building Spider, which might even be smarter than you.
- The Pink Dolphin, whom you should not judge just because of its color.
- The Mata-Mata, one of the largest and fiercest turtles in the world!
Children who are interested in ladybugs, beetles, and other insects or who are writing a science report about ladybugs will feel like experts once they have learned the following:
- If the ladybug is really a bug
- Whether there are male ladybugs and, if so, what they are called
- How the ladybug got its name
- Where ladybugs live and what they eat
- Why farmers and gardeners love ladybugs
- The parts of the ladybug's body
- The stages of the ladybug's life cycle
- Ladybug predators
- How ladybugs protect themselves from predators
- What happens to ladybugs over the winter
- What baby ladybugs are called and what they look like
- Some common myths about ladybugs
Age Level: 8 - 12
Marjory is an ordinary girl with an ordinary life and an ordinary friend called Lucy. Until one day they wake to find there is no chocolate left in the world.... Anywhere!
With the help of Major Topik, Captain Crunchy, Coffee Revell and Mr. Harringthorp the two girls embark on an adventure that will take them to a Ginger Cake Palace, BabyCorp Industries and the bottom of a lake.
Can Marjory and Lucy find out what happened to worlds chocolate before Marjory fades from the world altogether?
Virgil and Toni are not your typical teen agers. Together, the brother and sister team has built a space-plane, and their next trip is out of this world! Travel along with the young explorers as they make their first attempt to leave the atmosphere, and face their most challenging adventure!
An awesome short story for any child with an out-of-this-world imagination!
Age Level: 5 - 8 | Grade Level: K - 3
MEET ODD SOCK
She's a small, brave cuddly toy who likes to explore. She likes going to new places, meeting new people, and trying out new things. Most importantly, she NEVER likes to miss out on anything that sounds like it might be an adventure!
For eleven-year-old Peter Andersen and his twin sister Elise, living in the city of Helsingor, Denmark during World War 2 means German soldiers in the streets, German patrol boats in the harbor, and German fighter planes in the sky. Everyone is nervous, especially their Jewish friend Henrik and his parents. Of course, before the invasion, no one in Denmark cared whether a person was Jewish. But now the Nazis are secretly rounding up all of the Jews who live in Denmark and sending them to prison camps in Germany. Suddenly, Henrik and his family must escape! Sweden offers the only place of refuge, but with soldiers lurking the streets and Nazi boats patrolling the sea, only a miracle can get the Jews to safety!
If you like bunnies, then wait until you see some these cuties. There is not a person on this planet that will not fall in love with these adorable little fluff balls. The high resolution images look great on every model of the Kindle. Kindle Fire users can zoom in on the images to get a much closer look.
Children love rhymes, and they love pictures of cute animals. This book has them both. This is one book that will put a very big smile on your face.
The poor Prince in fairytale land needs to find a wealthy Princess or lose his fortune forever in this witty, humorous Fractured Fairytale venture your children are sure to love! The poor prince who has to rely and marry a wealthy princess who is locked in a tower by the dragon, but instead she is resorceful and doesnt look at her situation in a victimized view.
Faith and I are out of school for the summer, and we are eager to explore and seek new adventures! We'll start by checking out the new neighbors and their rickety old house. But what do a creepy old house, American Sign Language, and purple lemonade have in common? Come join us and find out!
Kids story book about the fox and the crane.
Could your own mom actually be a superhero? That’s what nine-year-old Me Frost wants to know, and he has figured out just how to catch her in her superhero antics. He has formed the Superhero Tracker Club, or STC, where spying, sleuthing, and a few good gadgets are going to once and for all decide if his stay-at-home mom is up to some big time hero work when he is not around. Superhero Tracker Club: #1 Supermom is Finity Frost’s hilarious tale that is as goofy as it is gross, and as smart as it is super heroic. Any kid with a curious mind and a love of comedy will relish every page of this wildly inventive tale.
In this first in a series of illustrated children’s books, readers will fall in love with the three brainiac kids who are determined to learn whether or not there are superheroes—and if they can take the form of a mom!
Juan’s goal to save the aliens on Jade Island is threatened by a military search for the downed craft. Juan and his friends; Andy, Davie, and Earl, befriend a young airman named Ziggy who wants to help. With Ziggy on their side, they rush to help the visitors return to their world before the military arrives to search Area 50.
Area 50 Juan is a science fiction adventure for bedtime or anytime. Written to be read aloud to children of any age or read alone by children ages 6-12.
Screeching violins, rasping clarinets, and drums beaten to death were just the beginning. Bermuda longed to be part of the school orchestra. She tried countless instruments, but couldn’t make any of them produce pleasing sounds. Her parents were ready to give up. Her music teacher was at her wit’s end. But her friends had an idea.
Bermuda's Triangle is a musical adventure for bedtime or anytime. Written to be read aloud to children of any age or read alone by children ages 8-12.
Harambee is the Kenyan tradition of community self-help events, often used to describe fundraising or developmental projects and has become the official motto of Kenya appearing on its coat of arms. Literally, it means "all pull together" in Swahili. I think it is the perfect title for a book meant to encourage those who've been blessed to "pull together" to help those less fortunate.
In Harambee, you and your child will follow Zoe as she and her mother, Carolyn, travel to the continent of Africa on what her mother calls an "educational vacation." Zoe isn't particularly interested in learning anything new over summer break, but what she learns in Wote, Kenya will change her life forever. And, just maybe, the lives of others.
Three siblings, Arty, Lance, and Gwen, set off for their Mother’s forbidden flower garden to play. They dream up the grand kingdom of Camel Lot with a courageous king, a daring knight, and a princess with a pink magical unicorn. But somewhere else in the garden, trouble is brewing. It’s not their orange tabby, Marlin; it’s the neighbor-boy, Dwayne.
Camel Lot is a fantasy adventure for bedtime or anytime. Written to be read aloud to children of any age or read alone by children ages 8-12.
Monica dreams of playing Santa in the holiday performance presented by her local theater group. But will her theater coach, Mr. Shelley, be willing to cast a girl as Santa? What will her parents think? Will her friends ridicule her for wanting a boy's role? Will her super-talented friend, Eric, get the role just because he's a boy? Follow Monica on her quest to play Santa Clause as she prepares for her audition, copes with her friends comments and questions, and ultimately follows her heart to be anything she wants to be.
Santa Monica is a fantasy adventure for bedtime or anytime. Written to be read aloud to children of any age or read alone by children ages 8-12.
This is the third lesson in the series of Little Music Lessons for Kids. Does your child know that, once upon a time, the musical notes were homeless? Once they read the ad placed by the lonely note “G”, and soon all the floors of the musical house were occupied. Your child will learn about how it all happened from this story.
Children are captured by the clear paralleling of cause and effect, carefulness and consequence, and they can surely relate too! Running down stairs, throwing things near others, running with toys, standing on chairs, swinging long sticks, touching electric cords, pulling on earrings are some of the themes they will relate to, plus more!
If you have an accident prone toddler, accident prone preschooler, are concerned about your kid's safety, or just want to teach your child some essential skills of awareness and carefulness in an entertaining way, you need this book. Learning to be careful has never been put like this for young children before!
Are you a Christian mom looking for new ways to teach values, strengthen your family roots, and open the doors of communication?
Switch off the video games and silence the phones--it's time for an hour of family fun!
Dinner Games shares one mom's tips and ideas for setting aside dinnertime to create lasting memories. All games are easily varied to accommodate interests and age appropriateness with printables and extra resources to take your regular mealtime to an exciting hour of family fun. Game variations are divided into: easy to play for anytime and anywhere, Bible verse games, trivia, and games with a few extra props to personalize your family favorites.