An interactive guide to human anatomy for kids. With 10,000 words and in depth discussions and color images of major body systems (heart, lungs, brain, kidneys, digestive system, pancreas, cells, eyes, ears, and more) this ebook designed for children and teens is a great learning resource youth and children interested in learning more about the human body.
Each chapter includes 2-3 questions or learning activities to insure that children are grasping the content of the section. Written at a higher level and appropriate for children and educators interested in providing a clean, in depth, and educated look at human anatomy for children.
Is your child fascinated by the heart or lungs? Do they want to know about how the eyes work. This book has bright high quality pictures and great facts about the major body systems. Human anatomy and physiology is so incredible and this book is a great starting point for children wanting to specialize in life sciences some day.
The Nutcracker is a Christmas story about a little girl named Maria and her wooden doll, the Nutcracker, who becomes alive to fight the evil seven-headed Mouse King.
Includes 20 illustrations by Artuš Scheiner and Ludwig Willem Reymert Wenckebach.
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This ebook features a colorful, full screen design optimized for Kindle Fire HD. It can be viewed also on Kindle eInk devices except old models: Kindle 1, 2, DX; Kindle 3 needs a firmware update to ver. 3.4.
'This is a picture story book with a fully illustrated short story for kids. This picture story is told in simple words and is basically a retelling of a popular fable from Aesop - 'The lion and the mouse'. This moral story for kids will appeal to preschool, kindergarten and slightly older kids. This is an ancient story about friendship - of how the mouse repaid a favour done by the lion. The pictures are bright and attractive. This story will illustrate to children the importance of friendship and of helping others. Although the lion was mighty and much bigger than the tiny mouse, it still accepted the mouse's offer of friendship and let it go without harming it. And in turn when the lion was in trouble, the little mouse was able to help. Kids will enjoy this small story.
From the creators of Ladybug Blue and Ladybug Pink.
Count to ten with Ladybug Red, tickle the bugs and send them to bed! The little girl has lots of little friends!
This is a fun and colorful, fully illustrated eBook for ages 18 months and up. Older children and family will enjoy too!
Duck's tummy rumbles. She is SO hungry! She sees a bowl of fruit on the table, but every time she tries to take a piece, someone else grabs it and eats EVERY LAST BITE. Will Duck be able to fill her empty stomach?
The rhythm and rhyme in The Very Hungry Duck will especially delight children from birth to five years of age, and the limited vocabulary is perfect for early readers.
Weepy is a dragon, sure, but the dragons nearby would agree that he doesn't act like a dragon at all. He's not angry, scary, and mean. He only eats vegetables with his sharp teeth. He uses his fire-breath as a nightlight because he's afraid of the dark. Worst of all, he tends to cry, something the other dragons - especially his powerful father - would never do! Weepy wants to be more "dragony," but he soon finds that being different has its advantages.
In a cozy country cottage...
On a visit to Grandma's, Sami and Thomas learn how to be good horse-sitters and in the process make a new friend in Pascal the horse. Cleaning the stall and brushing Pascal's shiny coat are just the beginning of this Sami and Thomas horse adventure.
Endearing artwork and a story written in rhythm and rhyme make this a book for horse lovers of all ages.
Four fables from Aesop presented with modern illustrations: The Lion and the Mouse, The Four Oxen and the Lion, The Ant and the Grasshopper and The Frog and the Ox. These are short stories that are fun and easy to read. Each story is summarized with a moral that you might have even heard of.
Four fox tales from Aesop's fables presented with modern illustrations: The Fox and the Crow, The Fox and the Goat, The Fox and the Grapes and The Fox and the Cat. These are short stories that are fun and easy to read. Each story is summarized with a moral that you might have even heard of.
A classic story by Hans Christian Andersen presented with modern illustrations. The story of how a little bird endures the abuses and miseries as he was growing up not realizing he would mature into a beautiful swan. It’s a great tale about personal transformation for the better.
"It is only with the heart that one can see clearly, for the most essential things are invisible to the eye." – Antonie De Sainte Exupery
Growing Up Online provides a rich learning tool for parents and teachers of children 6-9 years old, as well four video comic book stories for kids to view in your tablet’s web browser. This two-part guide features easy-to-use and compelling content, engaging instructional online videos, discussion questions and key takeaways for conversations about issues of concern. The first part, The Parent Primer, prepares parents for discussions with their children about responsible Internet behavior. Part two, the Parents + Kids Section, features links to four entertaining video comic stories focused on real-life situations that may arise when kids go online.
This book recounts innocent and humorous ways in which the curious hen asks and asks questions about the animals that live on the farm.
The farm animals described in the book are close to the world of the child, allowing the child to enrich his or her language and learn the names of the animals, the houses in which they live, and to mimic the sounds that they make. Study is presented in a fun way, accompanied by humor and illustrated with naive illustrations.
Children aged 2-5 are very interested in animals and try to imitate the sounds that they make. With the curious figure of a parent hen, I give the parents an opportunity to read aloud a humorous story that depicts the life of animals.