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In this retelling of a popular folktale, the Creator makes a unique beast out of leftover animal parts when the universe is first formed.
Young animal lovers will enjoy these easily accessible books featuring spectacular nature photography and descriptions of the wild cats' behaviour in their natural habitats. From the swimming jaguar to the climbing leopard, young readers will appreciate each species' unique features as well as learn what all wild cats have in common.
What do you want to be when you grow up? Would you dare to fight wildfires or dive into the ocean's mysterious depths? Employing real-life examples to introduce readers to thrilling occupations, Wild Jobs divulges the purpose and importance of these potentially perilous professions. Striking photographs accompany an overview of the training and equipment needed to perform each job, and a closing activity furthers comprehension, as questions prompt readers to imagine themselves in the featured oc
Motorcycles, stock cars, and dirt bikes are all wild rides that make great reading topics. Through closely levelled text paired with colourful, engaging graphics and labeled images, this series is sure to have kids gearing up and getting ready to read.
The Wild Things series looks at various amazing creatures that live in our world. The series utilizes a curriculum based text to get children comfortable with reading. Each book uses the Whole Language approach to literacy, a combination of sight words and repetition builds recognition and confidence. Bold, colourful photographs correlate directly to text to help guide readers through the book. Books in this series include author biography and teaching guides.
Dive into the Wild Wicked Wonderful world of the animal kingdom with the Top Ten: Venom. Written with a high interest level to appeal to a more mature audience and a lower level of complexity with clear visuals to help struggling readers along. Considerate text includes tons of fascinating information and wild facts that will hold the readers' interest, allowing for successful mastery and comprehension. A table of contents, glossary with simplified pronunciations, and index all enhance comprehen
Prepare to be amazed when stepping into the world of incredible insects, mystifying mammals, peculiar plants, remarkable reptiles and shocking sea creatures! The Wildlife Oddities series gives readers a look inside the strange, mysterious and amazing world of these living organisms. Experience the marvels of nature and learn the most odd, interesting and unusual facts about all of these living creatures.
Mr. Larch is not a very neighbourly neighbour. He never has any visitors. His gray, gloomy house never has any decorations. He avoids everyone and everyone avoids him.But now Mr. Larch has a new neighbor. Willow and her family have moved into the bright yellow house directly across the street.Willow loves her new house and neighborhood. She loves the summer and planting her garden. She loves the fall and sharing vegetables with her neighbors. And when winter arrives, she loves that, too. She
Willow is back! This time she’s so excited to be flower girl for her favorite uncle and his boyfriend’s wedding. Willow just can’t wait to help make it perfect. The beach ceremony! The dinner! The dessert! The dancing! But there’s just one hiccup. Uncle Ash refuses to dance these days. A wedding with no dancing?! Willow makes it her mission to remind him of the joy he found in dancing years ago. On the evening of the wedding, Uncle Ash surprises them all and everyone dances in just the ways they
Little Hare is eager to learn about the animals that live at the zoo. He explored his big backyard in the country in the winter book Wilson, Do You See It? and then again in the summer book Wilson, Do You Hear It? Now it's fall. He's older now and ready for anew adventure, this time away from home. His friend Wilson gives him clues to help him guess the names of the Canadian animals.