Scientists That Changed the World, is a Historical Science Comic Book for Kids. Volume 1 deals with the Story of Penicillin - it is an educational comic all about the exciting discovery of Penicillin. And what kid doesn't love comic books?!
This biography for kids, all about the scientist Alexander Fleming, shows exactly how he came about making his historic discovery and how it changed the world. The story behind this incredible event that changed history forever leaps off the page in this full color comic graphic novel.
Age Level: 2 - 7 | Grade Level: P - 2 Save a lot of money on buying toys by making them yourself with your kids. For the price of 1 cup of coffee you can have 25 tutorials and ideas of homemade toys and even more activity ideas.
All the toys in the book are made from the items you already have at home: plastic bottles and caps, plastic yogurt containers and lids, chopsticks, cardboard, show boxes, pool noodles, ice cream containers, skewers, old socks, broken umbrella, rocks, marbles, coat hanger, styrofoam packaging, broken toy pieces, cloth pins.
Book is full of beautiful pictures and free 4 template printables.
The book that started it all. If you've never had the pleasure of reading the original version (silver slippers?!) of the story as Baum and Denslow intended, this is the best (perhaps the only) digital version with all the illustrations included.
~~ Over 150 color illustrations - ALL of the originals - are included. Illustrations look great on both e-ink and color devices. ~~
~~ DRM-Free so you can easily copy it to all your ereading devices ~~
In 1907, Baum responded to countless readers’ letters, clamoring for more tales about the Land of Oz. What had started as a stand-alone fairytale, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, gave way to another stand-alone sequel in 1904, The Marvelous Land of Oz. But it is the third Oz book, Ozma of Oz, where Baum and his illustrating partner, John R. Neill, produce the first Oz book that establishes the indelible tone and formula for the rest of the series. The successful approach in Ozma of Oz combines the best of the first two Oz books, starting with the return of the uniquely “American” Dorothy — who was absent in the second book.
The Dresser Drawer is very happy holding the boy's clothes until one day his world starts to change. His friend Sunflower Painting disappears. New furniture comes into the room. And he undergoes a transformation into a hanger! As he copes with these many changes he begins to learn that although change can be scary, one can adapt to it and still be happy afterwards.
“The Hanger Drawer” is a charming tale ideal for any child up to six years old, but is especially intended for children having difficulty with sudden change and/or transitions into new circumstances. For example, children dealing with parental divorce, moving to a new town, the loss of friends, spectrum disorders or sensory integration disorders will especially relate to its theme. Ages 0 – 6.
The collection includes eight fairy tales of Charles Perrault accompanied by richly detailed, magnificent engravings by Gustave Doré (35 black-and-white illustrations): Little Red Riding Hood, Little Thumb, The Sleeping Beauty in the Woods, Cinderella, Puss in Boots, Riquet with the Tuft, The Fairy, Blue Beard.
A carefully designed ebook in the colorful fullscreen format for Kindle Fire HD. Can be viewed also on the monochrome Kindle devices (except old models: kindle 1, kindle 2, kindle DX).
Age Level: 0 - 6 | Grade Level: P - 2
This children's book feature Kindle Text Pop-Up for reading text over vivid, full-color images (double tap on the text).
Drake just wants to play with all the other kids, but he has a bit of a problem: Drake is a dragon. How can he show them that he'd be a good friend? Or maybe he's just too scared to try. Poor Drake. Find out what happens to him in this fun story told in rhyme, accompanied by beautiful illustrations.
Book 1 in a series of 8
Alone in a wild land, thousands of miles from home…
Twelve-year-old Patrick McWaid’s world is turned upside down when his father is framed for a crime and sent on the last prison ship to Australia in 1867. Desperate to keep his family together, the McWaids decide to find passage on another ship headed “down under.” But leaving Dublin, Ireland, means leaving the only home they’ve ever known. And what will they do when they reach Australia?
"An interesting historical adventure for youngsters, with a Christian sub theme."
This book is perfect to read at bedtime and also for young readers.
"I Am Not Afraid of Monsters!" is full of surprises, you just will have to read the book to find out what they are..
This fun story with a great message is definitely one that will keep children's attention as they anticipate what will happen next.
There are beautiful colorful pictures on each page that both parents and children will enjoy.
BONUS GAMES ALSO INCLUDED
Hummingbirds are among the smallest birds in the world but they make up for their small size with unique talents and fearless flying. Learn all about hummingbirds, what they eat, how big they are, what makes them so unique among birds. Hummingbird: A Bird Book for Kids is illustrated with full color photos that lets you see these small, beautiful birds up close and in action.
"There's a Baby in Mommy's Belly!" is the fourth book in Flo Barnett's "Grammy's Gang" series
Food for Thought: Quick and Easy Recipes for Homeschooling Families can stimulate thoughtful discussion while cooking. By creating delicious recipes to be eaten and shared with others, we bring glory to God, our Creator, to whom we give thanks in our blessings.
Homeschooling does not have to be limited to sitting at a table poring over books-- that's BORING. As a homeschooling mother for fifteen years, I mixed things up a bit. Enjoy cooking while teaching math, philosophy, history, economics, geography, sociology, reading, and the Bible.