Egypt's culture is a fascinating mixture of ancient traditions passed down by the native peoples, as well as the traditions and cultures of countries such as England and Greece, who ruled Egypt in different periods of history. This interesting book describes how ancient traditions, beliefs, and rituals combined with modern influences into the festivals celebrated today. Young readers will also learn how the Egyptian people celebrate family occasions.
This Spanish and English bilingual book takes you on a trip around the world, looking at the many different ways that people celebrate special days, holidays, religious festivals, and traditional celebrations.
Celebrate the excitement around this family holiday.
Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way! Learn all about how to prepare for Christmas from buying and decorating a tree, decorating the house and even whispering your wishes into Santa's ear. In this level three reader learn about some Christmas traditions that Americans have enjoyed for years. Each page features 2-3 sentences and a full-color photo.
Ooh! Aaah! People all over the world celebrate with fireworks. From America's Independence day to Chinese New Year to New Year's Eve, fireworks always draw a crowd. Learn all about fireworks in this level three reader from author Calee M. Lee. Each page features 2-3 sentences and a full-color photo. Kids can power up their reading skills with pyrotechnics in this nonfiction reader.
Happy Thanksgiving! Read all about Thanksgiving in this Discover Reading Beginning Reader. Pilgrims, Native Americans, turkeys feasts, and more are featured in manageable sentences for kindergarten, first, and second graders.
Happy Halloween! Read all about Halloween in this Discover Reading Beginning Reader. Trick or treat, pumpkins, costumes and more are featured in manageable sentences for kindergarten, first, and second graders.
It's time for Thanksgiving dinner, and Little Hoo and his friends and family are gathering for a feast. Introduce your little ones to the fun of bringing a community together for Thanksgiving with Little Hoo and all of his woodland friends.
Who will you say "Boo" to on Halloween night? Say Boo to the scary and sweet in this rhyming beginning reader. Say Boo is part of the Reading Stars series. Reading Star books are for kids at the very beginning of a lifetime love of reading. Each book features less than 50 words and uses repetition to build confidence. Say Boo is 28 pages long features 31 different words.
It's Christmas Eve and Little Hoo should be sleeping. But there are so many interesting noises! Are there reindeer on the roof and elves in the kitchen? Join your favorite owl and find out in this Christmas story that will make December bedtime more fun for toddlers, preschoolers and even big kids who can't help but believe in Christmas magic
Danny is tired of winter and is ready for spring. Danny looks for a groundhog to see if there will be six more weeks of winter.
Danny tries on different costumes in order to decide what he's going to be for Halloween.
It's Danny's birthday, and Dad goes to the neighborhood toy store to find the perfect gift. Dad wants to get Danny something special.
It is autumn and Danny is visiting a pumpkin farm. Danny decides to explore the farm's corn maze. Will Danny get lost in the corn maze?
Danny is having a birthday party and sends invitations to all of his friends. Who does he invite to his party?
It's Danny's birthday! Danny makes some very silly birthday wishes and hopes they come true as he blows out the candles on his cake.
Venture out on Halloween night for some friendly frights! Can you guess what happens when dad and son get to Mrs. McFearsome’s house? Find out in this spooky book about going out to trick-or-treat. Rhyming text, simple sentences, and engaging art will have young learners reading along in no time. Titles in the Halloween Fun Series include: Kids Halloween Party, Gruesome Grub Halloween Party, When I Go Trick-Or-Treating, and Five Trick-or-Treaters.
Kayla adds a new holiday to her family's collection of boxes for each holiday: First Day of Summer Box. After she remembers another good holiday: First Day of School.
Danny and his family enjoy a "thank-you" pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving and share the reasons why each of them feels thankful.
This poem describes the celebration of the Fourth of July with beautiful fireworks.
A big mistake actually helps Chance and Iggy win the talent contest.
Lucky's luck finally changes for the better.
Sara's outdoor flowerpot has an Easter surprise.
Tex and Indi trick-or-treat with their friends Niko and Kate. Kate learns not to be scared of people in costume because they're only pretending.
Mira prepares for Hanukkah.