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It's summer now, and Little Hare is eager to learn more about nature. In the first book, Wilson, Do You See It?, Little Hare asked his good friend Wilson to help him identify the animals he saw in winter that lived in their big backyard in the country. This time, he's describing the animal sounds he's hearing around him. Wilson makes the guessing game a little harder by giving Little Hare rhyming word clues. The Wilson books provide an enjoyable challenge to young children as they use the cluest
Little Hare is young, and it’s his first winter. He wants to learn about the things he sees in the yard. He asks his friend Wilson for help in identifying them. Young children will enjoy the soft colours of the pictures and the inviting text. Beginning readers will gain confidence from the repetitive language patterns.
The Windplane Man is a quaint and gentle story, written in the style of an Old English classic. The author wrote this story back in the early 1950s when she taught primary school in England, and she continued sharing the story with her students after moving to Manitoba. Tireless, the little Windplane Man, yearns to come off his pole and fly to faraway places, just like his friends the swallows. With the help of a young boy named John, he finds the courage to make his wish come true. Together the
For decades, as the monarch butterflies swooped through every year like clockwork, people from Canada to the United States to Mexico wondered, ""Where do they go?"" In 1976 the world learned the answer: after migrating thousands of miles, the monarchs roost by the millions in an oyamel grove in Central Mexico's mountains. But who solved this mystery? Was it the scientist or the American adventurer? The citizen scientists or the teacher or his students? Winged Wonders shows that the mystery could
Winter might be chilly, but the cooler temperatures and soft snow have inspired some awesome sports! Whether it's skiing down steep slopes or skating on smooth ice, this series introduces young readers to various winter Olympic sports. They'll learn about basic rules and top athletes while practicing and improving their reading skills.
A gentle, repetitive story about forest creatures on a cold winter's day and night. With colourful, child-friendly illustrations this is a sweet pick for cozy storytimes by the fire.
When a child makes a wish, where does it go? Like a tiny seed carried on the wind, a wish journeys through adversity, takes root, and grows.
In this poignant novel, Jack is worried about his father, missing in action in Vietnam. His family, new best friend, and a bully unexpectedly all help Jack find the courage to do the right thing, not the easy thing.
Every grandma knows that her love for her grandchildren can span great distances! So when Grandma heads out on an adventure of her own, she stays in touch with her grandchild through a series of sweet letters and memories. Grandchild follows Grandma through her notes until Grandma finally returns home--and opens up Camp Grandma for a visit full of fun, grandma snuggles, and games. This tender story from the author and illustrator team behind Grandma Loves You! proves that a grandma's love knows
Gulp, gulp, gulp: one toy after another disappears into the mouth of the hungry wolf. Now he?s almost full, just a last little fly for dessert-uh-oh! The Wolf and the Fly combines story and guessing game. Together you can guess which object on the shelf will be eaten next, then, when everything re-emerges, the game starts anew. This is an original and delightful guessing, memory, observation and naming game from award-winning author and illustrator Antje Damm, whose The Visitor was a New York Ti