Age Level: 8 - 12 | Grade Level: 3 and up
The enchanting story of a boy who wouldn’t grow up and the girl he promised to always remember
One magical night, the Darling children––Wendy, John, and Michael––are visited by two mischievous denizens of Neverland, an island of the imagination where pirates prowl the Mermaids’ Lagoon and fairies live so long as children believe in them. Peter Pan and his loyal, lightning-quick companion, Tinker Bell, have come for Peter’s shadow, captured the previous night by Nana, the children’s Newfoundland nanny. The pair leaves not just with the shadow, but with Wendy and her brothers, as well, whisking them away to Neverland to join the Lost Boys in their war against the evil Captain Hook.
Age Level: 3 - 5 | Grade Level: P - K
STEAM is the traditional STEM + Art. This ebook is packed with creative ways to integrate STEM disciplines into everyday fun and learning for preschoolers. This ebook is for you if you have a child or teach children around three-to-five years old and you are looking for ideas to integrate science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics into every day play and learning. The ebook includes 30+ Hands On Minds On activities to compliment and enrich preschool learning.
Grade Level: 3 - 8
These fun and exciting science projects are sure to spark your child's interest in science as well as provide a fun family activity. The book is geared towards elementary and middle school students, but can always be adjusted for more complex high school projects.
From erupting volcanos and Frisbee science to oil spill cleanups and trick candles, this collection of over 40 "kid approved" projects are guaranteed to light up your child’s eyes and spark their imaginations.
Many animals are about to become extinct. In a few years, some will forever disappear from our planet. This book profiles the most interesting of these endangered animals!
In "33 Endangered Animals of the World" your child will get a fun, fact-based look at these rare animals.
Each of these 33 profiles contain an animal photograph with a caption and detailed facts. Plus there is a hyperlink where you can check out more animal pictures. Not only will your child learn about each creature's origin, he or she will also get fun facts that will make it easy to remember every creature.
"I am the Ghost of Christmas Present," said the Spirit. "Look upon me!"
The holiday season brings the chance to give, and what better gift is there than one of the most beloved stories in the English language? This year, we at Atria Books are offering a free ebook edition of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, the perfect companion for a cozy night by the fire.
Since its publication in 1843, A Christmas Carol and the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge have become literary classics. Illuminated with practical scholarship and questions for discussion, this edition makes a charming package that includes the facts behind the fiction, as well as the pure joy and magic of this timeless tale about the true meaning of Christmas.
This book is part book and part kit. The book addresses common problems that parents face and ways to overcome them. The kit is a system that parents and kids use together to create a compromising win/win solution.
Age Level: 6 - 9 | Grade Level: 1 - 3
Izzy’s family sails into a quiet lagoon in Mexico and drops their anchor. Izzy can’t wait to explore the pretty little village, eat yummy tacos, and practice her Spanish. When she meets nine-year-old Patti, Izzy’s thrilled. Now she can do all that and have a new friend to play with too. Life is perfect.
At least it’s perfect until they realize there’s a midnight thief on the loose!
Age Level: 7 - 13 | Grade Level: 3 - 8
My name is Max Ridgemont. My sister says I'm the Nerd King. I resent that. She says I resemble that. She thinks she's so smart. Wait til I'm famous from inventing a burping machine.
This is my diary, except it's not a diary. It's a journal, or a blog, or a log... just not a diary 'cause diaries are for girls and wimpy kids. There's also a lot of wicked awesome pictures I drew in here too. Don't feel bad if you can't draw as well as I can. Most people can't. Oh yeah, my best friend Boogie and I are going to make millions with our new YouTube channel, and our plan is in here too. DON'T try and copy us. You'll just get upset when you don't make a million dollars and find out you're not as awesome as us.
Jimmy wanted to be a race car driver from the time he was a tiny egg in the pond. As a full-grown frog he discovered that living your dreams is sometimes about learning to take what life gives you and use your experience to do something great. In the end he is able to look back on his life with a smile because he never gave up.
Age Level: 5 - 11 | Grade Level: K - 5
Suburban twins are taken on the adventure of their lives by an quirky shape-shifting superhuman from the remote future who drives them down a wormhole to the beginning of life and then helps them relive the wonderland of their own evolution.
"Well written and captivating, the characters and scenarios come alive in this spellbinding tale of facts and scientific theory about evolution that will thrill even the most jaded of kids and adults alike."
Age Level: 3 - 8 | Grade Level: P - 2
Someone is making quite a racket at Buttercup Cottage. The noise is coming from inside the birdhouse, but why won't the noisemaker come outside? Nanny Buttercup and the other residents of Buttercup Cottage soon get to the bottom of this mystery!
Elizabeth Purcell has been writing and performing original children's stories for more than 30 years. This second book in the colorful Buttercup Cottage series will delight beginning readers -- and develop their reading and thinking skills in the process!
Professor Kompressor is an inventor. He is excellent at inventing, but the inventions don't always work out as intended. In fact, they very rarely do.
Neatly packaged in 10 perfectly formed chapters, the second book in the Professor Kompressor series has more of everything - inventions, mind-blowing ideas and mishaps.
When the Professor tries to improve the environment the results are, as usual, unpredictable. How could he possibly have known that it would be a bad idea to use a black hole as a rubbish bin, or that string theory does not help you sort out global warming?