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With just the right blend of text and commentary, the popular ""A Family Haggadah"" , with new full color art, is the haggadah of choice for families with young children to use at their seders. With its updated text and new full color illustrations, but same page numbers, this haggadah can easily be added to an existing set of this haggadah. Hebrew prayers and songs include English translation and transliteration.
This carefully levelled text compares and contrasts everyday objects and places from the past and the present. Young readers will see handwritten letters compared to text messages, candle-lit cottages next to electricity-filled houses, and more. Age-appropriate critical thinking questions and a photo glossary help build nonfiction-learning skills and vocabulary.
Kids love furry friends, and there are so many different kinds! Explore what makes every dog breed different with Paw Prints. Carefully levelled text and playful photographs introduce readers to their favourite dog breeds. Includes a labelled diagram and a picture glossary to reinforce new vocabulary.
What does peace mean to you? This beautifully-illustrated collection of inspirational ideas about peace, written especially for children, is inspired by the achievements of fourteen Nobel Peace Prize laureates, among them Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., Mother Theresa and Malala Yousafzai. A must for anyone interested in exploring this essential issue of our times, this child-friendly exploration of what peace means to you and me is a book for every bookshelf.
For centuries, the Peoples of North America hunted, farmed, and fought throughout the continent’s diverse landscape of dense woodlands, gleaming lakes, rugged canyons, and rolling plains. This series examines the cultures and lifestyles of these peoples as leaders, warriors, and families throughout history, as well as the immediate and long-term effects of European contact and conflict. Presented with objective coverage and eyewitness accounts, each title also includes a traditional legend and a focus on the present-day efforts of these peoples to retain their culture in a changing word.
Kids can learn lots of important responsibilities by caring for a pet. And for beginning readers who don?t have pets, the information and photographs are still fun to read and see! This series is at a Level 1 and is written specifically for beginning readers.
In this ode to the moon, poems weave together stories people have told for centuries with impressions we all might have had about this mysterious but constant celestial orb.
A puppy named Poppy hears a rustling behind her fence and does what any curious puppy would--digs a hole under! There she finds another puppy! The puppies find two more floppy puppy friends and go on a galloping, adventure...until they catch a fright and go racing back to their loving homes. Told in bouncing, rolling rhyme, this sweet story is sure to capture the hearts of little dog lovers everywhere.
Classroom 3 has an unexpected adventure when Captain Calamity shows up looking for treasure in their classroom! Eager to help with Ms. Bitsy gone, the students of Classroom 3 search from reading corner to building blocks to help the Captain locate the treasure. Can the class pull together to find the treasure before Captain Bloodloss catches up and steals it? Or will they battle it out with the notorious pirate bully?
In this illustrated picture book, a child helps their grandparents deal with a difficult change in abilities.