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When an egg arrives on his doorstep, Beast doesn't quite know what to do: feed it? Take it for a nice long walk? Drop it? Doctor Yoko tells him he must keep it warm and just wait, but exactly what he's waiting for is a mystery to the Beast. . . .Side-splitting humour from award-winning Chris Judge: adults will recognize (some of) Beast's first-time child-care mistakes, while children laugh out loud.
When country toads, Hank and Buckeroo, hear some folks talking about going "fly-fishing," they know they have to tag along. What could be better than fishing for flies?! So they stow away in a picnic basket and prepare for the feast of their lives. But what will happen when they realize fly-fishing isn't exactly what they expected?
Bright red cardinals sing. Rabbits run. Squirrels gather nuts for winter. There are so many animals to view just outside your door! This series helps children develop reading skills while learning about the animals around them. Tightly controlled vocabulary and repetitive text patterns work together with crisp and colourful photographs to create a reading experience that is fun, engaging, and supportive.
Bees, ladybugs, ants. There are so many insects to view just outside your door! Thisseries helps children develop reading skills while exploring the world around them. Tightly controlled vocabulary and repetitive text patterns work together with crisp and colourful photographs to create a reading experience that is engaging and supportive.
It's springtime and Badger is ready to plant the perfect garden. He has spent months gathering and sorting seeds. It's been a lot of work but it's worth it. His friends Red Squirrel, Dormouse, and Weasel come to help. They weed. They rake. And finally they plant. Afterward, everyone celebrates, and Badger can already imagine the perfect rows of flowers and vegetables. But then a rainstorm comes and washes away the beautiful seeds. Badger's perfect garden is ruined. Or is it? Author Marsha Diane Arnold's gentle story will encourage young readers to think beyond plans and expectations and imagine the wonderful possibilities that may occur when life and nature have other ideas.
In Battle Royale: Lethal Warriors, we have a matchup of historic magnitude. We took the deadliest warriors from two different time periods and matched them in a battle of weaponry, strength, and grit. Who will come out victorious? You'll have to read to find out. This series utilizes considerate text written at a higher maturity level with a lower reading level to engage struggling readers.
With its reader-friendly and interactive approach, Be a Leader presents an engaging and motivating introduction to the importance of leadership and provides examples, showing that every kid can find opportunities to be a leader. Each book highlights practical and easy ways to develop and utilize leadership skills in daily life.
Jack has a rather grizzly visitor arrive for lunch but they don't want to eat any of Jack's egg sandwiches. So what do bears eat for lunch? Jack is determined to find out what his bear visitor eats for lunch, if he doesn't want any egg sandwiches. Through quirky illustrations and funny dialogue, the bear tells Jack all about his lunchtime plans, until they're unexpectedly foiled.
Science subjects can be difficult to understand for young learners. These Beginning Science titles will focus on topics having to do with ecology. Each title will introduce the topic and explain it in the simplest language possible. Carefully chosen photographs (labeled when needed!) promote subject comprehension.
Most things have a beginning and end that are easily identified. But what about all the steps in between? Each title in this low-level series allows early readers to follow a product's path from start to finish! Maps point out where each product begins its journey, while another feature displays the important elements needed to get a finished product. Life cycle charts offer readers a visual summary of what they have learned, and impact features highlight how each product affects the world.