- Why pencil drawing is an important skill
- Learning all about the simplest form of drawing
- Drawing supplies you will need
- Top drawing mistakes beginners make
- Different drawing techniques
- Much, much more!
Age Level: 5 - 18
How to Draw Cool Stuff shows simple step-by-step illustrations that make it easy for anyone to draw cool stuff with precision and confidence. These pages will guide you through the basic principles of illustration by concentrating on easy-to-learn shapes that build into complex drawings.
With the step-by-step guidelines provided, anything can become easy to draw. This book contains a series of fun, hands-on exercises that will help you see line, shape, space and other elements in everyday objects and turn them into detailed works of art in just a few simple steps.
Age Level: 10 - 18
What will you be able to do when you’re done with this guide?
• You will be able to play simple melodies or songs
• Read tablature (not to be confused with reading music).
• Read chord charts
• Strum chords
• Play a chord progression used in tons of songs
• Most importantly - you’ll have a basic understanding of the guitar, which will allow you to move forward and continue to learn to play on your own or better prepare you for guitar lessons.
Age Level: 3 - 5 | Grade Level: P - K
Colorful digital book includes individual pages for number one through ten. Numbers eleven through twenty are grouped together starting with the number one. Shapes are presented in large bold colors with cartoon animals. Each of the basic colors are presented with the words of the colors in large letters. The alphabet are presented in three groups. Each alphabet includes an image which represents each letter of the alphabet. A wonderful book for your preschooler's digital library.
Lincoln's Presidency was distinguished by:
- Strong leadership in time of crisis
- Selection of political rivals to serve in his cabinet
- Assertive extension of executive power
- Effective conduct of the Civil War
- Reasonable Reconstruction policies that were later abandoned by others.
Stalking a tasty snack ordinary house cat Traxter Baxter gets a nasty surprise when his prey fights back with magic. In the flick of a whisker Trax is changed from a tabby into a ten-year-old boy. Will he spend the rest of his life without fur, or claws, or a tail? Not if he can help it!
Age Level: 3 - 10 | Grade Level: P - 4
Are you looking for a kid's or children's book that is highly entertaining, great for early readers, and is jam-packed with bedtime stories, jokes, games, and more? This children's storybook has it all!
Story List & Activities:
- Diggz the Mole Digs a Hole in the Sand
- Just for Fun Activity
- Diggz the Mole Finds a Treasure Chest
- Diggz the Mole and the Fox
- Diggz the Mole Digs Himself Into a Deep Hole
- Diggz the Mole Loses His Home in a Storm
- Funny Mole Jokes
- FREE Coloring Book Downloads
Age Level: 5 - 18 | Grade Level: K - 6
Across the solar system and on to the Milky Way!
School’s out for the summer and Sami and Thomas have big plans. They’ve built a spaceship in their tree house and are going to blast off for a tour of the solar system, but one of the planets holds a special surprise. Vibrant images and flowing verse bring this imaginative story to life. Space lovers and adventurers of all ages are sure to love this cosmic journey.
Screeching violins, rasping clarinets, and drums beaten to death were just the beginning. Bermuda longed to be part of the school orchestra. She tried countless instruments, but couldn’t make any of them produce pleasing sounds. Her parents were ready to give up. Her music teacher was at her wit’s end. But her friends had an idea.
Bermuda's Triangle is a musical adventure for bedtime or anytime. Written to be read aloud to children of any age or read alone by children ages 8-12. Approximately 2,200 words with full-color drawings.
Age Level: 8 - 12 | Grade Level: 3 - 6
In a world of chickens, one chicken fights for the right to question. The setting for this book is a fantasy world inhabited strictly by Chickens. In this far off world, the Chickens live in fear of an evil King: Doodle Doo. This evil king, having usurped the throne from a Queen and King who believed in the power of questions and love, Doodle Doo turns the Chicken world upside down and destroys thousands of lives in the process. Chocrotes is born during Doodle Doo's reign and is raised by a scientist and professor of roostory, who believe in the power of questioning. Chocrotes believes strongly that his peaceful world has been uprooted by a fascist regime. Throughout his life Chocrotes asks questions, even though he is warned not to. This is his story.
On his thirteenth birthday William Wesley (whom everyone calls Will) receives a strange letter from a so-called king. The letter is full of apologies that make no sense, so Will figures it’s some kind of a birthday surprise, but then there are three knocks on his front door. By the next morning his entire world is a smoking heap of ashes and every line written in the letter makes perfect sense.
Near the closing the letter reads: Get on the 3:30 train. Go south. Get off at sunset and walk deep into the eastern woods. Knock on the door of the only house you come across...
His life will never be the same.