An elementary introduction to the relationship between cooking and French culture, the effect of local agriculture on the diets of different regions, common dishes such as ratatouille, and recipe instructions. Created for ages six and up, this new series dishes out an elementary overview of world cuisines and their connections to geography and culture. While bold photos showcase the dishes of various regions, accessible text highlights common ingredients and cooking tools. Each title includes three kid-friendly recipes for young chefs to make, encouraging sequential learning and hands-on immersion.
Someone has let out all of the classroom pets at Herbie Bear's school. Will Herbie and his friends be able to safely catch all the animals?
Herbie Bear loves to paint, but learns that some things are better off left as they are.
Herbie Bear struggles with math problems, but learns to take his time, raise his hand, and answer correctly.
Herbie Bear loves storytime at his library, but spends more time asking questions than he does listening. He must learn to sit quietly to hear his favorite stories.
Herbie Bear is scared to go underwater, but an imaginary adventure gives him the courage he needs.
Herbie and his siblings have fun with their imaginations while on their grandparents' boat.