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Young readers will build counting skills and content knowledge with these delightful counting books! Each book increases number familiarity and counting skills, while also introducing fun facts about popular early childhood topics. Each spread clearly displays the featured number, plus photos to depict that number of objects. Simple text and high-impact photos develop basic math skills.
It's cold outside, and snow is falling. Inside the fire is warm. The child, the velvet cat, the blue elephant, and the rocking horse are warm and sleepy. "Let's go adventuring," says the child. And the magic begins!
You don't have to be wearing a lab coat to learn about science--science starts with observing the world around us! Adventures in a cave, in the dark, in bad weather, and even in the kitchen provide the backdrop for learning about the properties of sound, light, heat, and more. Use these books to show kids how science is relevant in our everyday lives.
Aesop's fables are still relevant, even though it can be hard for young people to identify with the tales. This series remixes the fables into modern settings with relatable human characters. We may not be crying “wolf,” but lying still leads to mistrust, and these updated stories let kids explore how the morals relate to their lives.
All aboard for the Bobo Road! Fatima and Galo load the luggage while their dad Big Ali drives the bus. Help count on bikes, sacks of rice, melons and even goats and chickens as the bus travels past Gurunsi houses, the hippo lake, waterfalls and jungle, all the way to Bobo. With the authentic setting in Burkina Faso drawn from the author's own experience, this is a wonderfully fun introduction for small children to an amazing culture.
The world of animals is wonderfully diverse. This popular and expanded series continues travelling the planet to study fascinating animals. Beautiful photos are paired with accessible text to examine the featured creature’s appearance, habitat, behaviours, and life cycle. Each book also presents a folk story that people have used to help explain the animal’s appearance or behaviour.
Ordinary people can do extraordinary things, especially when it comes to rescuing animals in danger. These short, fast-paced novels have been inspired by true stories of kid and animal heroes.
Aliens and chupacabras, angels and fairies, Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster. For years, people have reported sightings of these creatures and beings, yet the question remains: Are They Real? Engaging curious minds with tales of mysterious encounters, findings from scientific investigations, and portrayals in popular culture, this series explores the possible existence of these legends. An "Investigate It!" activity at the end of each book encourages readers to decide for themselves what they b
First Mate Hugh has the whole crew and the pirate ship ready, but they can't set sail until they find a captain! Come on this swashbuckling adventure as Hugh and his scurvy seadogs try to find the perfect pirate for the job. Rather than a peg leg ora hook, it turns out that what their captain needs is the brains to lead!
How can you tell a Cubist painting from an Impressionist one? What’s so romantic about Romantic art? In language fit for a young audience and with a focus on developing their artistic sensibilities, Art World introduces readers to major movements in Western art. An eye-catching design encourages close inspection of great works of art, and a personal tone invites reflection on the feelings those pieces evoke. Each book ends with a “portrait” of a famous artist from the genre.