Age Level: 8 - 12 | Grade Level: 5 - 9
You are on safari in Africa, but when you step out of the truck to take photos of a Giraffe, the vehicle accidentally takes off without you. Now you are on your own.
The Serengeti National Park isn't a safe place. There are hyenas, cheetah and lions out here ... lots of lions. You wanted to see animals up close and now you're getting your wish as you try and find your way back to civilization.
This is an interactive story for ages nine and up. At the end of each chapter you will need to choose your path wisely if you are going to avoid getting eaten by lions and make it back to your family.
On the night of the terrible winter storm, Little Bear goes in search of the Great Polar Bear, and finds something remarkable.
Age Level: 3 - 6 | Grade Level: P - 3
Learn about the exciting life of a Monarch butterfly! Discover the life stages of this amazing creature from egg to caterpillar to a beautiful orange butterfly. Witness the transformation in your own backyard!
This book was written for children that might be interested in caterpillars, butterflies, plants or just the natural world outside their window. The book explains the life cycle of a the Monarch butterfly and includes details in the last chapter on how to identify and get up close to Monarch butterflies and caterpillars. This is a great jumping off point for any parent and child to explore nature together.
A collection of Grimm's fairy tales illustrated by Arthur Rackham:
125 tales including such favorites as Hansel and Gretel, Rapunzel, Snow White, Red Riding Hood.
150 color and black-and-white illustrations, also initals and ornaments throughout the book.
When 9 year old Audrey and her best friend, Julianna, discover a tattered note in Audrey's mailbox, they embark on an adventure that will change their lives forever. A missing show dog worth a fortune, two dangerous villains and a series of mysterious clues come together in this first exciting adventure of the Jellybean Club.
Age Level: 7 - 10 | Grade Level: 2 - 4
Pedro has come along way since the start of school. Back in September, before he proved himself on the soccer field, Pedro had been an outcast. He was the new kid at school. But he quickly turned things around and made a few friends in the process. Pedro still has a lot to learn about life in America though.
Each season brings new challenges, and when October gives way to November, Pedro is faced with a whole new series of obstacles…including a group of bullies. Once again, it looks like fourth grade is going to be a long year…unless Pedro can find a way to persevere.
Cloud thinks he's better than Ocean. For he can fly! What's cooler than flying? But others are cool too, and the sun teaches him that lesson.
An entertaining and thought-provoking story that teaches children to value others by placing themselves in the others' shoes.
This award winning book for children ages 4 to 8 by Technical Training Consultants Inc. (the leader in locomotive training worldwide) was the runner up in the children's category at the "Beach Book Festival" and received honorable mentions at the "New York" and "London Book" festivals. Children have always been fascinated with trains. Why not show them how a real train works? This book is a fun and informative way for children to learn how the locomotive that pulls all of the railroad cars actually works. Does a locomotive work like an automobile, a truck, or is it more like a toy train set? Why not let our engineer show you! Colorfully illustrated, young children and their parents will find this book fun and informative as the operation of a modern day locomotive clearly and simply unfolds before their very eyes. As a bonus, the book illustrates how to keep children and parents safe at railroad crossings.
Age Level: 6 - 8 | Grade Level: K - 2
One afternoon, at half past four,
A penguin knocked on my front door.
"My name is Piddles," he said to me,
"Let me in. I need a pee!"
Another charming rhyming tale from the bestselling pen of International Poet and Part Time Cheesemonger, Otto Fishblanket. This is sure to delight children everywhere with it's copious references to "wee", "piddle" and "widdle". Unfortunately, it is illustrated by Gerald Hawksley, but you can't have everything.
Age Level: 6 - 10
Did you know that bananas that we know from supermarkets are in danger of disappearing? Or that banana is radioactive? Find out some interesting facts about the world's most popular fruit! Plus enjoy 7 delicious banana smoothie recipes in the Bonus section.
A Christmas Carol» is a novell by English author Charles Dickens (1812-1870) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Dickens), first published by Chapman & Hall on 19 December 1843 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Christmas_Carol). The story tells of bitter and miserly Ebenezer Scrooge’s ideological, ethical, and emotional transformation resulting from supernatural visits from Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet to Come. The novell met with instant success and critical acclaim.
Age Level: 5 - 18
That Ferris wheel is gigantic! Indeed it is. In their latest adventure with Grandma Powers, Allie and Brandon visit London. Allie learns that Queens and Palaces are real after all as she visits the Buckingham Palace for the first time. There, Allie and Brandon find out just why those guards are always dressed funny.
Come along with Grandma Powers, Allie and Brandon as they visit the Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and ride a red double decker bus in Say What Now about London. However as their travelling methods aren’t exactly conventional, they must make sure that their secret travels are not discovered by a suspicious Grandpa Powers.
Age Level: 5 - 18
Imagine waking up to the sound of water as it crashes against rocks. Well, Allie and Brandon get to do just that in Book 2 of ‘That Amazing Summer’ Series. In their latest adventure Allie, Brandon and Grandma Powers visit what was once the wickedest city in the world and re-live a tale about real life pirates in Say What Now about Jamaica.
Join them as they climb a waterfall, learn all about a wicked witch and make a friend who teaches Allie and Brandon how to speak Jamaican. Will Grandma Powers reveal her travel secrets to her young explorers?