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I Dreamed You by Justine Avery
Let's Talk About Feeling Angry
Joy Berry - 1995
Ages 3-6 "Let's Talk About Feeling Angry" (Let's Talk About series) helps children understand and manage the difficult emotion of anger. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach shows children real ways to handle their anger in different situations. Like all of Joy Berry's books, "Let's Talk About Feeling Angry" speaks directly to the child and acts as a problem-solving resource for parents and caregivers. The book is filled with full-color illustrations and simple text that make the sometimes-difficult information easy to take in.
Number FOUR World Facts
TheBrothers - 2013
Wikipedia. As parents we want the best for our children. This book is about acquiring knowledge. We wrote this book in a very unique, fun and interesting way in order to enable you, as a parent, to read, learn and explain these new facts to your children. It took us a long time and a lot of effort to investigate, discover and bring you the most interesting and amazing facts. Each book includes a different number which is associated with facts that contain this number, as we said before, it is unique. Read it the book to your children, speak to them about it and explain it to them.
I Am Not Afraid To Fail (Persistence Project Book 1)
Daniel Kenney - 2019
Failure doesn't have to be scary for kids. And parents, guardians, and mentors play a crucial role in teaching kids that failure is just one step towards success. Thankfully, simple books with powerful language can help! With the help of "I Am Not Afraid To Fail", you and your child can work together to learn that failure is a normal and natural part of life. Help the child in your life build the confidence to take chances and go for it without fear of failure. Read the book and start this important conversation today!"I Am Not Afraid To Fail" is the third book in the Persistence Project Series. GET IT NOW The Persistence Project Series -Book One: I Am Not Afraid To Fail -Book Two: I Won't Give Up -Book Three: You Can Face Your Fears-Book Four: You Can Always Improve - Coming Fall 2020!
Gail Gibbons - 1987
Clickety-clack. Choo, choo! Race down the tracks with this colorful book all about trains.In this fun nonfiction picture book, Gail Gibbons introduces the youngest readers to all kinds of trains.Featuring powerful locomotives, huge tanker cars, and boxcars full of cargo-- and many other types of trains-- this is a kid-friendly way to learn the ins and outs of trains, their parts, and why we ride them.For even young readers, don't miss the board book edition!
Forces Make Things Move
Kimberly Brubaker Bradley - 2005
But what is force and how does it work? There are forces at work whenever you throw a ball, run up the stairs, or push your big brother off the couch. Want to learn more about the forces around you? Read and find out! This nonfiction picture book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children ages 5 to 7. It’s a fun way to learn to read and as a supplement for activity books for children.This is a Level 2 Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science title, which means the book explores more challenging concepts for children in the primary grades and supports the Common Core Learning Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) standards. Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out is the winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Science Books & Films Prize for Outstanding Science Series.
Isabelle Arsenault - 2014
. . Since 1956, whenever time and clarity are of the essence, everyone from firefighters to air traffic controllers has spelled out messages using the NATO phonetic alphabet. Now, with equal precision—infused with a singular wit and whimsy—award-winning author-illustrator Isabelle Arsenault interprets this internationally recognized code and makes it her own. From the elegant Tangoto the enigmatic Echo, from the humorous Kilo to the haunting Romeo and Juliet, the striking art in this remarkable ABC book elicits laughter and curiosity, calls up endless associations, and will draw the viewer back again and again.
TouchThinkLearn: Numbers: (Board Books for Baby Learners, Touch Feel Books for Children)
Xavier Deneux - 2014
See the image, trace its shape, say its name: these modes of perception combine in a dynamic way to stimulate understanding of essential concepts. Experience the number "2" both by counting a pair of raised car wheels on one side, and feeling its shape on the other. Featuring a format unlike any other, these groundbreaking books translate abstract thought into tangible knowledge.
Anne Rockwell - 1971
There are nails, screws, and a hammer. A toolbox is a treasure trove for curious young builders. When they're not running to explore their own tool collections, children will be glued to this book, exploring the shapes, names, and useful jobs of common hand tools.
Mr. Hoopeyloops and His Amazing Glass
Andi Cann - 2017
Hoopeyloops? A crazy, odd man or an artistic genius? Join Mr. Hoopeyloops as he reveals a special surprise for the townspeople. In this colorful children's book, children will learn to see life and people a little bit differently. They will understand that just because someone is different, it doesn't mean he is strange. Enjoy the surprise!
Champ and Major: First Dogs
Joy McCullough - 2021
Major is going to be one of the first rescue dogs to live in the White House, and Champ can't wait to show his little brother around. Soon, Champ and Major will be in their new home, and they're going to bring a lot of fun with them!
Baby Loves Thermodynamics!
Ruth Spiro - 2017
All the energy in Baby comes from the sun.Explore the transfer of energy as it flows from sun to apple to Baby.YUM!A note from our science consultant:Thermodynamics is the science of heat and energy.Baby loves thermodynamics because Baby loves energy!
Everybody Counts: A counting story from 0 to 7.5 billion
Kristin Roskifte - 2018
Follow the characters’ stories through the book and see how their lives collide with those of others. There are a lot of secrets to be discovered for the sharp-eyed! You’ll see that everyone is different, everyone has their own life, and that—most importantly—everybody counts. At the end, a spotting section allows you to go back and have even more fun. This critically acclaimed book has been shortlisted for the prestigious Brage Prize in Norway, its country of origin.