Sube la colina con Juan y Juanita. ¡Pero ten cuidado al bajar!
Crow has some food and clever Fox wants it! Can Fox make Crow drop the food?
Read the traditional nursery rhyme Row, Row, Row Your Boat first, then enjoy a fun new rhyme. Can you make up a rhyme of your own?
Read the traditional nursery rhyme Wheels on the Bus first, then enjoy a fun new rhyme. Can you make up a rhyme of your own?
Read the traditional nursery rhyme Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star first, then enjoy a fun new rhyme. Can you make up a rhyme of your own?
¿Quién puede unir nuevamente a Humpty Dumpty?
¿Dónde está el niño que cuida a las ovejas? ¡Lee este libro y lo sabrás!
¿Quién aparecerá mientras l Señorita Bonete está almorzando? ¡Lee este libro y lo sabrás!
María tiene que ir a la escuela. ¿Qué hará su corderito?
¿Qué comerán para la merienda la Mamá Medina y su familia? ¡Lee este libro para averiguarlo!
¿Qué hace que el pastel del rey sea tan dulce? ¡Lee este libro para averiguarlo!
¡Cuántas cosas tontas pueden pasar cuando hay luna llena!
¿Qué tan rápido puede correr el ratoncito hacia arriba y abajo del reloj? ¡Sólo el tiempo lo dirá!
Hoy es el cumpleaños de Coneja. Únete a los amigos animales de Coneja mientras llegan con regalos especiales.
Los mitos griegos son relatos de hace muchísimo tiempo. Con estos relatos, los griegos de la antigüedad explicaban sus héroes, sus dioses y su mundo.
Qué tal que te dieran de regalo una caja cerrada con candado? ¿Qué tal que te dijeran que nunca la abrieras? Pandora recibió de Zeus un regalo cerrado con candado. ¿Se fijará qué hay adentro?
Complete a variety of fun craft projects using clay beads. Crafters practice reading comprehension as they follow the steps for each project. The easiest crafts are at the beginning, to allow the reader to practice scaffolding their knowledge as they learn the domain-specific vocabulary.
All of the Emperor's shoes were worn out! The shoemaker's elves worked all night to make some new slippers for him, and the Emperor was delighted. But, when it came to dressing for the royal feast, he decided to wear something a little more unusual
At the bottom of a wall on the top of a hill lies a broken egg. His name is Humpty Dumpty. But how did he get there? Did he fall or was he pushed? This looks like another Nursery Crime!
In a snowy meadow outside her house, Little Bo-Peep is looking for her missing sheep. Where have they gone? Did they escape or were they kidnapped? This looks like another Nursery Crime!
Little Miss Muffet has disappeared, leaving her curds and whey behind her. How did the townsfolk manage to get rid of cruel Miss Muffet? Did they scare her away? This looks like another Nursery Crime!
In the kitchen of a little house, a dog's bone has gone missing. Old Mother Hubbard is very cross. But who took it? And where could they have hidden the bone? This looks like another Nursery Crime!
The Three Little Pigs lived in a brick house in Pig Yard. They baked all day and had such fun, until a wolf came by. He huffed and he puffed, and he tried to blow the house down. But, he was no match for the Gingerbread Man!
Snow White loved to garden. She planted seeds every day. One of her turnips grew so big that it stuck in the ground! Snow White and the Seven Dwarves pulled and pulled, but it just would not budge. Until, one day, a handsome prince came riding by
"He came into the world in the middle of the thicket, in one of those little, hidden forest glades which seem to be entirely open but are really screened in on all sides." So begins one of the most beloved nature stories. Felix Salten wrote Bambi: A Life in the Woods in 1923. It was translated into English in 1928, becoming a Book-of-the-Month Club hit. Though not originally written for children, the film rights were sold to the Walt Disney studios and the animated movie was released in 1942. Taken directly from the first chapter of Salten's original tale, Bambi's First Day depicts the early moments of the fawn's life in the safety of a forest glen and the shelter of his mother's embrace. Lush oil paintings by Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen showcase the beauty of the natural world and tenderly bring to life the heartfelt devotion and love of a mother for her child.Felix Salten is the pen name for Austrian writer Siegmund Salzmann who wrote short stories, plays, novels, and essay collections. Artist Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen has illustrated more than 20 books with Sleeping Bear Press, including the bestselling The Legend of Sleeping Bear; Mercedes and the Chocolate Pilot; Friend on Freedom River; and his popular Hazel Ridge Farm stories. Gijsbert lives in Bath, Michigan, with his wife, Robbyn. They both travel to schools in the Great Lakes area.