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Levelled text and colourful photographs help early readers explore nutrition and the importance of healthful eating. Age-appropriate critical thinking questions, colourful visual aids, and a photo glossary help children learn about food, diet, and forming healthy eating habits.
The world's oceans cover more than 70 percent of Earth's surface. But how much do children really know about our planet's main bodies of water? Oceans of the World gives readers the basics on the world's five main oceans, through beautiful photos and simple text. Colourful maps, fact-filled side bars and captions, a table of contents, a phonetic glossary, sources for further research, an index, and an introduction to the author all aid in comprehension.
Odysseys in Extreme Sports invites advanced readers, whether typically athletes or spectators, along on a journey to experience six popular, adrenaline-pumping activities like never before. Showcasing techniques and gear while introducing groundbreaking innovators and legendary competitors, this series emphasizes the origins, development, and growth of each sport. Peppered with historical and colour shots, these titles also feature side panels that provide further insight and familiarize readers with the various forms of the activity. Coloured glossary terms assist in making the text accessible to a wide range of fans.
A comical story about a very busy bath. Pig is having a lovely bath. In come Sheep, Cow, Horse . . . . They are very noisy! Pig finds a way to make them go away. Oink!
Day breaks over the town. Get up, everybody! It's time to go to school. For the old man too, it's time to wake up. The night was icy and he's hungry. His name? He doesn't know . . .This is the story of a person with no job, no family, no home—a nobody, who can't even remember what he was once named. But his day changes when he is noticed by a child.
When Ollie the ogre sees a flyer for the local talent show, he feels the bright lights of the stage call to him. He just knows he'll win first place! Only, he's not too sure what exactly his talent is. With some help from his friends, Ollie learns to work with his strengths (which happen to be his strength!) rather than against them and finds that the best way to shine is to be yourself.
Twelve-year-old Ollie Sparks isn?t expecting his first friend in town to be a ghost, but together they team up to save his mom?s theater and take down the school bully.
Once upon a time . . . there were six classic fairy tales retold by an enchanting storyteller. Step into the magical world of The Snow Queen and follow Gerda in her quest to save Kai from the clutches of an evil spell. Follow Little Red Riding Hood through the forest and see her escape the trickery of the big, bad wolf. Huff and puff but don't blow the house down in The Three Little Pigs. See Rapunzel let down her beautiful hair and meet her prince. Run, run-as fast as you can-with The Gingerbread Man. With beautiful illustrations, these classic tales are brought to life for a new generation to enjoy.
In this hybrid between a play and novel, Lacy Brink awakes to find herself dead in Westminster Cemetery with no memory of how she got there. The other inhabitants of the cemetery are excited to have a new guest but all Lacy wants is to get out of there. She finds she's stuck, though, and even has to take on a job. She decides to hold an open mic night and by encouraging the other inhabitants to speak their truth, she shakes the cemetery to its very foundations.
This series introduces readers to some of the most common opposite pairings. Each title offers definitions of the two concepts along with everyday examples to illustrate how they are different.