Age Level: 3 - 11 | Grade Level: P - 6
Imagine That! is a fantasy story with a great lesson about letting your imagination run wild! Ashley makes a peculiar discovery on her way home from school, which leads her on a surprisingly fun afternoon of adventure. You and your young reader will giggle and laugh at the wry humor and surprising twists and turns in this exciting story. Colorful pictures help tell the tale.
This is more than just another fun-to-read bedtime story, as you will soon discover!
Age Level: 11 and up | Grade Level: 6 and up
A Classic Story of Switched Identity “When I am king they shall not have bread and shelter only, but also teachings out of books, for a full belly is little worth where the mind is starved.” ― Mark Twain, The Prince and the Pauper The Pince and the Pauper by Mark Twain is an 1881 novel that has been adapted many times. When a young poor boy wanders near the palace gates, he meets the Prince of Wales (Edward VI) who bears an uncanny resemblance. They decide to switch clothes and end up switching roles. Edward discovers the stark class inequality in England and Tom struggles to survive as the prince. When the king dies, Edward must race against the clock and the bounds of society to regain his rightful throne.
Age Level: 12 - 18 | Grade Level: 5 - 12
Sylvia Thorne is one of the few people brave enough to travel through the empty lands of what remains of once great civilizations.
She is a Rider: delivering messages betwen the Four Cities and setting up trade are her business, one that thrives only because she knows how to defend herself in the empty spaces called the wilds.
Everything changes when Sylvia returns home to Meadowcity, carrying a message from the Governor of Skycity. She quickly finds out that what she’s been carrying isn’t some trifling correspondence—but a declaration of war from Governor Sorin Greyling. And the message isn’t their only cause for concern...
Join Sylvia as she embarks on a journey that will decide the fate of Meadowcity—and all of those who live in the Four Cities of Arcera. And relive the past to discover what drove Sorin down his path of destruction...
Age Level: 0 - 6 | Grade Level: P - 2
"Charlie and the Trains" is a cute little book about a little train engine who makes friends with all types of other engines, train cars, planes and more. They all work together to get their jobs done. Each character has a special job based on their skills.
Just like us, they are unique and special in their own way. Some may be bigger or faster, but each one has something special to contribute.
"Charlie and the Trains" is a great tool to teach children how our differences are not bad things, but a way of making us all special.
Most animals are cute, but some can be deadly to both humans and prey. That is why it is better to admire them from a distance!
In "33 Dangerous Animals of the World" your child will get a captivating, fact-based guide that is filled with stunning photographs and information on the dangerous and deadly animals that can be found all over the globe.
Each of these 33 profiles contain an animal photograph with a caption and detailed facts. 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.
As our children flip through television channels, they are sure to stumble upon on a TV channel that displays the wonderful waters of our world. They may become quite excited upon seeing some of our world's greatest, largest, and beautiful creatures, including, but ot limited to: whales, dolphins, sharks, seals, sea otters, and fish. Also, they may wonder how the oceans are able to produce such great waves. Their curiosity will end up becoming attained knowledge when delving into an Oceans of the World in Color picture book. The book will teach them about our oceans; covering basic facts, such as names, locations, size, and more.
When Travis Macgregor headed down to the river that day, he didn’t pay any attention to the weather. His mind was on fishing; he did not notice the approaching storm clouds. Suddenly, the sky unleashed heavy winds and rain; he was ill prepared. Luck is on his side though. In the ravine, behind the secluded cove he had been fishing, Travis finds a cave—a dry place to wait for the storm to pass. Inside the cave is a pool of water. Crystal clear water. Travis doesn’t give the water a second thought; he never would have guessed that his life would soon be turned upside down because of the water…
Hey ... I'm Ned Herts. But you can call me Ned the Nerd. No, really ... I don't mind. My hobbies include: video games, comic books, creating superhero characters, bringing home awesome grades, tumbling into school lockers, and handing over my lunch money. Talents? Well, I have mastered the art of duck-and-cover while steering clear of Beck the Bonebreaker, my personal bully. Unfortunately, a super-bad school day involving a paper cut causes my parents to flip: They drag me to a karate class to toughen up.
Let me tell you something: When a guy like me lines up next to a cute girl to face his very first workout at the mercy of a weapons-happy martial arts teacher, it's not pretty. But when a guy like me gets hauled into the woods in the middle of the night for another lesson, he's going to wonder if superheroes can really exist and if his uncoordinated feet have just been placed on a very strange path.
Age Level: 2 - 18
This short story book, "WHY THE CHICKEN IS MORE POPULAR THAN OTHER BIRDS and other stories" is a collection of six unforgettable African folktales and bedtime story book for kids by all ages. In fact, it's a story for all, be it children or adult. The stories in this book literally pinpoint unhealthy behaviors like greed, pride, carefree attitudes, and impatience and vouch for tolerance, meekness, persistence, good thinking and listening skills. The stories are however not just only entertaining but they teach your children good morals and right conducts thereby helping them build values.
Age Level: 8 - 14 | Grade Level: 3 - 8
- Who were the Vikings?
- Where were they from?
- Viking Culture
- Viking Ships
- Weapons of War
- The Viking Age
- Viking expansion
- The end of the Viking Age
- Famous Vikings
- And more!
Age Level: 9 - 14 | Grade Level: 3 - 8
- Cleopatra’s family
- Early conflict
- A young queen
- Conflict with the Gabiniani
- Competition for the crown
- Relations with the Roman Republic
- Cleopatra in the Roman Civil War
- Cleopatra and Mark Antony
- Murder on Sacred Ground
- Queen of Kings
- Fall from grace
- The Battle of Actium
- Death of Cleopatra
- Video Page
Age Level: 8 - 12 | Grade Level: 4 - 6
Marco Polo was a famous 13th century explorer who went places and met people that no other European had ever seen before.
Read this educational children's book and discover...
- Who was Marco Polo and why is he so important?
- Where did Marco Polo travel and what did he discover?
- Which legendary Asian emperor did Marco befriend and how did this change his life?
- How did Polo's travels influence other explorers in the centuries afterward?
- What bizarre twist of fate led to the writing and lpublication of Marco Polo's stories?
- Why did Marco feel like a stranger when he returned home to Venice?
- ...and Much, Much More!
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- Indoor Rainy Day Activities
- Interesting Group Game Ideas
- Fun Recycled Arts and Crafts Ideas for Kids
- Exciting Activities with Your Pet Dog
- Games That Make Chores More Enjoyable!
- Much, much more!
Age Level: 12 - 18 | Grade Level: 7 - 12
YOU HAVE ACCESSED THE INTERNATIONAL SERVER FOR THE MISSION LEAGUE. THESE FILES CONTAIN CLASSIFIED INFORMATION ON THE ORGANIZATION, AGENTS, CRIMINALS, PROCEDURES, TRAININGS, AND MISSIONS. GOD HAS CALLED. YOU HAVE ANSWERED.
Forced to choose between military school and a Christian spy organization, skeptic Spencer Garmond signs on with the Bible geeks. But before he even boards the plane for Moscow, Spencer realizes this is no Bible club.
These guys mean business.
Stumbling onto a case involving a gang of homeless boys, a chilling tattoo, and the always beautiful Anya Vseveloda, Spencer struggles to find the faith needed to save the Mission League from enemy infiltration.
The New Recruit is the first book in a thrilling new spy adventure series designed for reluctant tween and teen audiences.
Our current education system is our nation s greatest tragedy. One that if not quickly remedied will have the longest lasting ill effects in these years to come. Over the past few decades, we have seen a rapid decline in our education. The Department of Education spends tens of millions of dollars towards improvements, yet test averages continue to decline at an alarming rate. The question they will not answer is: Why our students are still failing despite all the efforts?
From inside a women s correctional facility to a small town junior high, a teacher on the inside takes you on a tour of our public education system, and exposes the hypocrisy of the philosophy: they preach, what they don t want you to teach.
Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...
- What Makes A Great Teacher: As Seen Through the Eyes Of Students
- What Makes A Great Teacher: According To Education Experts
- Increasing Productivity In The Classroom: Mission Possible
- Improving Students Self Confidence: Right Ways To Do It
- Essential Skill Of A “Super Teacher”: Grabbing Your Students Attention & Engagement
- Creative Teaching Techniques For The Modern Teacher
- Simple Yet Effective Ways Enhance Critical Thinking Skills Of Your Students
- Supercharge Your Students Learning
- Useful Reading Comprehension Tips For Teachers And Students
- Transform Your Life asan Educator: Why It Matters To Do So
- Much, Much More!