An endearing story based on real-life events about Clover, a cow who narrowly escapes the slaughterhouse only to find her way into the loving arms of a farm sanctuary.
Age Level: 6 - 12 | Grade Level: 2 - 6
Independence Day is more than just a day off. It is more than delicious barbecues, awesome fireworks, and fun games with the family. Although all of those things are great, the reason we celebrate the Fourth of July is even more amazing than that.
Start reading and discover...
- What is the Fourth of July?
- The real reason why we celebrate the Fourth of July.
- What happened during the first Fourth of July?
- Why the Declaration of Independence was so important.
- Why it took so much courage for the Founding Fathers to sign the Declaration of Independence.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a huge money tree growing in your backyard?
In this story a young boy gets a fright when he hears that his mother has no money in her purse. He thinks he won’t be able to go on his school trip, buy any toys or have good food to eat. A nature documentary about walnut trees inspires him to use his one and only penny to grow… a money tree! But as his tree grows and he harvests the money fruit, he wakes up to find he was only dreaming. His mother soon explains that she does have money, but not in her purse. It’s been invested in a bank where money should be!
A well-illustrated and educational rhyming story for children aged three to seven years old that provides parents with a great opportunity to expose their children to the concept of money, saving and investing, in an easy-to-understand way.
Mouse can not sleep as the toys in the room are making too much noise. Poor mouse is exhausted, but what can he do to stop the toys from keeping him wide awake? Read on to find out how mouse tricks the toys into going to bed...
Little Bear doesn’t want to go to bed. He wants to keep playing. When Mother Bear and the forest animals call to him, he pretends he can’t hear. But the sun is sinking and soon it will be dark. Will Little Bear find his way home before night time comes? Find out in this magical, moonlit, bedtime story.
Age Level: 2 - 9
Rhyming text and colourful pictures accompany this fun day out discovering different animals at the zoo.
Did you know that there is a snake that can see with its tail? Are you aware that there exists a large mammal that can jump distances of up to fifty feet? How about the virus that turns caterpillars into zombies? The Amazing Animal Superbook has all of this and much, much more. Filled to the brim with over 1,000 incredible and compelling animal facts as well as 350 beautiful full-color photographs and multiple bonus features, no book covers the wide range of the animal kingdom in a more entertaining and informative way.
Whether you’re interested in lions, bears, birds, sharks, spiders, elephants, snakes, octopuses, bugs, dogs, or earthworms, it doesn’t matter. The Amazing Animal Superbook has something for you.
The Discover series by popular children's author Rose Alden is acknowledged by educators, parents and children alike to be one of the best educational eBooks series available.
Fascinating information is cleverly presented with engaging questions, simple language, fun facts and stunning photographs all beautifully packaged to entertain and educate enquiring young minds.
A fact filled feast for the eyes. Ages 4 - 8
Age Level: 1 - 6 | Grade Level: K - K
Five Baby Genius characters join together in this book to show children different ways to express happiness. They demonstrate three ways to clap hands; three ways to stomp feet; three ways to shout hooray; and three ways to do all three. What makes this book so much fun is that parent and child will be singing, clapping, stomping, and hooraying along with their favorite Baby Genius characters. So, if they’re not happy when they start – they’ll definitely be happy by the time they finish. And, they’ll have learned nine ways to show how happy they are.
Young Teen Faith Adventure
After suffering a family tragedy, Dr. William McArthur and his children, Daniel and Rachel, head for Zimbabwe to serve at a medical base established to curb a devastating outbreak of cholera. But things are not what they seem. Stepping into a life-and-death triangle of gun-slinging terrorists, man-eating lions and mayhem-rousing hippos, can the children rescue their father from the evil warlord known only as the General? Set in rugged Zimbabwe, up-close-and-personal with the breathtaking Victoria Falls and the untamed Zambezi River, follow the heart-pumping, nail-biting faith adventure of the McArthur family.
“Nobody loves me. Everybody hates me. I'm gonna go eat worms.”
While Tyler knew he wouldn't really eat worms, he did not feel loved. His parents sent him to live with his grandmother when they separated. Was he angry? You bet. Was he confused? Absolutely. Where did he fit in? He didn't know any more.
After an argument with his grandmother, Tyler decided to run away. “I'll show them I can take care of myself.” Tyler Andrews doesn't need anyone!
Follow Tyler on his adventure to find his place in this world. Laugh or cry with him, whatever you need to do. You might just find you've grown up a little, too.
Amazing facts, photos and video links to some of the world's best-loved animals.
Penguin books for kids - a fun and fascinating way for young readers to find out more about some of the world's cutest animals.
This penguin book mixes facts, photos and even includes a video clip page.
IP Factly's 101 Facts series has been designed to encourage and bolster independent reading.
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.
Age Level: 9 - 14 | Grade Level: 3 - 10
Skateboarder Michel is freaking out as his cousin Romain has gone missing. Michel sticks his head through a hole in the garden fence and is sucked into a giant vortex. He ends up in a mysterious corridor, with doors leading to strange worlds. He also meets Duke, a food-obsessed, sarcastic Basset Hound dog, who is searching for his brothers. Together they hunt for their missing relatives, unaware that they are also being hunted by the Master, a villain with a dandruff problem.
A hilarious, action-packed story for preteens.