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Papa Monkey and Little Monkey are on their way. But the street is very busy and they are moving so slowly! Little Monkey loses patience and jumps onto the fire engine. Up the ladder from there and he joins a TV crew! Then the garbage truck, an aquarium bus, a food cart for rabbits packed with carroty treats, Arctic animals traveling by snow globe, a jewel thief's getaway car . . .There is so much going on in the street, it's become a playground!Each vehicle in this wordless picture book contains a world of detail, activity and humour to share with curious toddlers.
From "Mary, Mary, Tall and Scary" to "Wee Willie Werewolf," this collection of classic nursery rhymes turned on their heads will give readers the chills--and a serious case of belly laughs. With clever rhyme and spooky illustrations, Mother Ghost is perfect for getting in the Halloween spirit. Boo!
This series features timely explorations of activist movements with a valuable historical perspective. Engaging text and a vibrant, photo-driven design highlight key players and moments from various movements as well as current events. A fresh, you-are-there approach helps readers understand each movement.
Lights, camera, action! The set goes quiet, and the movie's stars perform a show-stopping scene. But what happens when the camera isn't rolling? From costumes to special effects, this series is a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the work that goes into some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters.
When a hunter's dog chases Mrs. Fox and her daughter, Ginger, out of their home, the Fox family move into the tunnel of Mr. Badger, his two squabbling sons (Bristle and Grub), and his toddler daughter, Berry. The result is a story of the ups and downs of forming a blended family, making new friends, and keeping absent loved ones in our hearts.
Yu'er and her grandfather live in a small Beijing neighbourhood full of big personalities. Throughout four stories, they encounter surprise acts of kindness and even hints of magic. In one story, Yu'er takes up swimming practice, despite a disability that limits the use of her legs. In another, she discovers a hideaway full of musical insects. Chinese artist Nie Jun pays tribute to Beijing's hutongs (residential alleyways) in elegantly drawn stories with a touch of magical realism.
A longtime captain of a refrigerated cargo ship named Clementine narrates the many adventures of the ship, from its building in the 1930s through the next five decades of travel.
Math is a part of everyday life. Come along as a fictional child explores real math concepts such as time, measurement, and shapes during his or her day. The carefully levelled text and matching photos make these books decodable for emerging readers. Additional supports include a phonetic glossary, Extended Learning activities, and sources for further research. These engaging, single introductions to key math concepts are a perfect way to combine reading instruction with core math curriculum.
Social studies are in our everyday lives. Come along as a fictional child explores real social studies concepts such as citizenship, families, and communities. The carefully levelled text and matching photos make these books decodable for emerging readers. Additional supports include a phonetic glossary, Extended Learning activities, and sources for further research. These engaging, single introductions to key social studies concepts are a perfect way to combine reading instruction with core social studies curriculum.
This friendly, rhyming story follows a child and her father--as well as their cute pets, a puppy and a cat--through the day. From morning ritual to bedtime story (and all the fun in between!), life in the fourth floor walk up and on the city streets and parks below is sweet and filled with tender moments between parent and child.