Grade Level: 2 - 5
Herman Somnambula, PhD has created the most fantastic invention know to mankind: a time travel invention. This is not like any of his other inventions, this one actually works...he thinks. Herman won't know for sure until he actually tests the device. With this invention, though, Herman's dreams of finally receiving all of the great scientific awards will be realized. He may even become known as the greatest scientist and inventor the world has seen. That's why Herman has decided that it is time to put the time machine through its first official experiment. Along with his niece, Hannah, Herman plans to take the maiden voyage into the past and become the first person to ever travel through time.
10 Little Piggies Squealing in the Mud is a Sweet, Adorable Rhyming read-aloud book for ages 1-6 that you will enjoy reading again and again. This book features beautiful, colored illustrations that allow you to count from 10 - 1 with each new stanza. Written by a former Elementary Schoolteacher, Kristie created a book that fulfills the longings of what children like to see and hear!
Age Level: 2 - 8 | Grade Level: P - 4
Oh no! Pink Pot is missing. She's just a baby mushroom. Will her brother and sister find her? They search for her in the fairies’ den and in the magic star garden...discover her true whereabouts.
The Mushroom People live in a magical kingdom and much prefer to eat carrots. Sometimes though, they may sneak a slice of bacon!
Age Level: 2 - 8
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Abigail and Elmer discover a little Baby Bear who's all alone. The three of them venture out to find a family for him. They encounter a mama deer, a raccoon, a robin, and an opossum. Will they find his family? Enjoy this story about the true meaning of family. A tender story of adoption and love. It's also a perfect bedtime story. Your child will want to hear this over and over.
Age Level: 5 - 10 | Grade Level: K - 4
Children's bed-time adventure for ages 5-10. What's scarier than a dinosaur? Why making new friends! All children are fascinated by these prehistoric reptiles and nearly every child is nervous making new friends. Presented in an easy-to-read English children's adventure bed-time book with full color illustrations, HOW TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH A PLANT EATING DINOSAURS. MY FAVORITES ARE THE HERBIVORES combines children's love of dinosaurs with life lessons about making friends and getting along with their families. The pages are packed with interests, friendships, eating your veggies, and a few facts about Herbivores, the friendly plant eating dinosaurs.
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!
She's heading north from her English home, on a camping trip to the mountains of Scotland. Share her adventures, and experience this new world through her curious eyes. Learn lots of interesting facts and a few useful life lessons along the way. Age Level: 5 - 8 | Grade Level: K - 3
The perfect fact book for anyone training up to win trivia nights or simply wanting to impress friends with fun facts, it is also suitable for young readers aged 10+.
Did you know...?
- Everyday, a human sheds 10 billion skin flakes, which is around two kilograms a year.
- In a lifetime, an average human produces 10,000 gallons of saliva.
- Seven per cent of a human’s body weight is made up of blood.
- On average, a person passes gas 14 times a day.
A warm, quirky and thoughtful adventure-fantasy for older children (8+) while sufficiently funny and outrageous to captivate young-at-heart readers of any age.Sensible bank clerk Oswald and his slow-witted friend Boris (unemployed eclipse photographer) find themselves snatched from their dreary routines, along with a bunch of eccentric misfits, and dumped on a tropical island paradise... or so it seems. Lost and bewildered, their quest to find a way back home takes them on a perilous journey into a bizarre and dreamlike world of morphing wildlife and unhinged island folk, such as a furious farmer in search of his 'stolen' armpits, a bruised elderly couple whose rocking chairs and mouths are frankly out of control, and the macabre skipping midget in an unfathomable underground maze who offers them only riddles which they must decode in order to stay alive.
[Middle Grade, Science Fiction]
Noah lives for piloting spaceships through time, dodging killer robots and saving Earth's animals from extinction. Life couldn't be better. But the twelve-year-old time traveler learns it could be a whole lot worse. His mom is kidnapped and taken to Mars; his dad is stranded in the Ice Age; and Noah is attacked at every turn by a foe bent on destroying Earth... for the second time.
- Gold Medal Winner, Mom’s Choice Awards - Juvenile Fiction
- Honorable Mention, Eric Hoffer Award - Young Adult
- Gold Medal Winner, Readers Favorite Awards
- Awesome Indie-Approved, Middle Grade
- Silver Seal Winner, Character Building Counts Awards
- Runner-Up for Best Title, 2012 Up Authors Awards - Fiction
Fascinating information is cleverly presented with engaging questions, fun facts and stunning photographs all beautifully packaged to entertain and educate enquiring young minds. Ages 5 - 10
Do you know...
- Why elephants have trunks?
- Why insects are so small?
- Why bees make honey?
- Why ladybugs have spots?
- Why flamingos are pink?
- Why camels have humps?
- Why birds sing so early in the morning?
- Why the dinosaurs died out?
In this first adventure, the heroes try to keep their cool on the hottest day of the year. Soon, though, they discover that not all ice cream is created equal. Some is created by aliens that have plans to take over the world.
Throughout their adventures, the superhero kids battle kung fu kitties, dinosaurs, aliens, monkey-driven monster trucks, and a rockstar from outer space. They travel to the South Pole, the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame in Ohio, and to scenic Mackinac Island. Wherever danger lurks, wherever villains strike, expect Heroes A2Z to save the day!
Have you ever been taken advantage of? You are not alone! Cute animal pictures illustrate this very important lesson for anyone who is patiently waiting for a promise to be kept. Jacob the fox makes more promises than he can keep! This short but engaging fairy tale delivers a powerful message about trust.
Do you need a quick, but thoughtful bedtime story? This is it!
Kizmo, Kevin’s pet chimpanzee, is usually getting into trouble. However, the mischievous chimp stays out of trouble long enough for Kevin to learn the days of the week. Your young child can study alone with Kevin and before long will be able to identify and read the days of the week. For ages 3.6 years to 7 years of age. (The
Kevin & Kizmo Early Childhood Education Series)
Age Level: 1 - 7 | Grade Level: P - K
Shark Pool is a poem book for boys written & illustrated by J.R.Poulter and James Messer.
A humorous look at water safety, the proverb that good fences make good neighbors, and the sort of optimism that takes an actual or potential disaster or tragedy and can turn it around into something positive!
If you like stories by Maurice Sendak, Jon Klassen, Dr Seuss and P D Eastman then you will love this beautiful tale told by Lily Lexington in her debut children's story.
Jack has a problem. In fact, he has an enormous problem. He doesn't like
vegetables and neither does his dinosaur friend. Jack's mum has made it
her mission to get him to eat his vegetables. Who will win in this clash
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!
Sometimes it is hard to comprehend why certain individuals choose to spread gossip about others. In this rendition of Aesop's timeless fable, the reason is crystal-clear: the lion is hungry and would do anything to have a delicious bull for dinner.
Using malicious gossip, the sly fox helps the lion by separating the bulls for capture on the promise that he receives his own tasty portion of the meal. What the fox does not know is that the lion plans to devour him for dessert. Will the lion eat the bulls and the fox? In addition to cautioning children about the malicious spiral that gossip causes, this timely tale also illustrates the importance of unity.
The Much Ado About Fairy, written especially for the older juvenile reader, is a fanciful story for the young and young at heart. The fairytale's theme: good conquers evil. The story also brings an awareness of Earth's beauty. Added to the plot is a touch of Shakespeare. May the story spark an interest in reading the bard's plays and sonnets.
From the stars of the Universe to the meadows of Merry Olde England, there are fairies abound....hither and yon. Do you have the gift to see fairies? Did Shakespeare? Could his play, A Midsummer Night's Dream, come from first-hand knowledge The Much Ado About Fairy is a magical tale of Fanciful Starbright, who learns by a-telling from her great-grandfather that she has fairy relatives on Planet Earth.
Hikari was at her parent's funeral but she does not recognize them. She doesn't remember anything, only what others have told her; that the girl beside her was her best friend, that her parents had died in a car crash, and that she had somehow escaped unscathed. There is only one problem - she doesn't buy the story. Her fears and ability to trust is put to the test when she suddenly received a text message asking if she wanted to know the horrible truth..
A light novel with a manga-style flavour, A Tale of Lost Memories is a light novel that tells its story through simple story telling and text message exchanges between the protagonist and an unknown sender. Just how much trust can you place to the person on the other side compared to those who are standing around you? Where should your trust be placed?
All the recipes in this Popsicle cookbook are simple and do not need a stove or microwave. You can include your kids in the creating process and they will learn the names of different fruits, learn how to measure, and gain experience in working in the kitchen.
This cookbook covers 50 simple and tasty Popsicle recipes that are made from natural and homemade ingredients.
Life in the Gumball Machine, a chapter book, is part one of a two-book series for middle school readers. It’s a story of fantasy, magic and adventure that starts when three friends, Daisy, Michael and Patrick, find an abandoned gumball machine – a big one, almost as tall as they are – inside an old shed. After touching it, they magically shrink in size, and a strong force of freezing wind sucks them up the swirling tunnel and into the gumball machine. They land in a world with purple grass, a pink sky, and gumball trees. The latch is locked, and there is no escape! As they search for another way out, they encounter a variety of gumball people, each one a different color from the next. Their new gumball friends take the children on the adventure of a lifetime – including a slide that takes them down Pudding Hill! Age Level: 6 - 12 | Grade Level: 2 - 6 Book One of a Two-Book Series
Age Level: 6 - 12 | Grade Level: 2 - 6 Book Two of a Two-Book Series
The magic gumball machine is back! “Life in the Gumball Machine – Vinnie and Gordy’s Return” is a chapter book, and the second book from this two-book series for middle school readers. The action and adventure resume as three friends, Daisy, Michael, and Patrick team up with others in a race to return their two gumball friends, Vinnie and Gordy, back to their magic gumball world up inside the gumball machine. It’s not easy keeping two little gumball people safe in the dangerous world of humans, and the children run into many problems as they try to get them back home. Their journey takes a dark and dangerous turn as they are once again sucked back up and into that crazy, magic gumball machine. They can only hope to deliver Vinnie and Gordy back home and still escape with their lives.
Do you like a story where a brave knight mounts his steed and saves a damsel in distress and the two of them live happily ever after? Well Michael Mattingly sure doesn't! He's writing the stories around here, and he likes his stories to be completely ridiculous!
Join Michael and his seven-foot-tall purple dragon friend Boris as they embark on adventures through the strangest landscapes possible, meeting talking beans and polar bears and anything else you could dream up. On this particular day Michael and Boris must find and slay a TERRIBLE monster! Do they have what it takes? Will they survive? And can they finish before lunch? For kids ages 8-11
Whether you are a stay-home parent striving to prepare your child for preschool, or an early childhood professional who needs a boost in creativity; you will find a multitude of ideas and resources in this book to ensure your child receives the right start before entering the school environment.
In this book, Sanders provides a host of ideas for hands-on activities to enjoy with your child in teaching them all of the basic concepts - shapes, colors, letters, and numbers.
Your child will master these concepts very quickly through the songs/fingerplays, art/craft ideas, and the step-by-step instructions that Sanders offers.
Every caregiver's guide to having fun and raising smart preschoolers. Research shows that young children learn best through play. Written by a credentialed teacher and a devoted mom, this book prepares children on all the major topics for kindergarten readiness. Activities include all modes of learning including visual-spatial, bodily-kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, linguistic, logical-mathematical, visuals, printed words, sound, motion, color, realia, instructional setting, learner characteristics, reading ability, categories of learning outcomes, events of instruction, and performance.