Were you thinking of having fish for dinner? The fish in this story may talk you out of it! After all, fish are pretty bony...and have you seen what they eat?
Catching lightning bugs is so much fun! Will Mom be as excited to see what's in the jar?
Readers will follow Louise as she does her favorite things, and predict what is making her sneeze.
Everyone has a suggestion for poor Moose. Will he ever lose his loose tooth?
In farmyards, jungles, and oceans, almost every animal has something to say! Roosters cock-a-doodle-do. Can you cock-a-doodle, too? Here's a book that invites kids to make some noise. Young readers will love the interactive experience of reading about, then mimicking, animal sounds. And as kids say honk, squawk, moo, and whoo, they'll be learning, too! Science and nature facts are featured in sidebars—why do whales sing? What does a rooster want us to know? This unique combination of language arts, science, and noisy fun is a dynamic duet with cacophonous kid-appeal.
If I had a dog, I would play with it. If you had a dog, what would you do with it? What would it do with you? This funny beginning reader is perfect for kids who think they want a dog. With 32 unique words, If I had a Dog, is part of the Reading Stars series and makes a great book for kids just starting out in their love of reading.
It's time for doggie dress up! These cute pooches put on their best in this Discover Series Picture Book. DOGS ALL DRESSED UP features 25 dogs in a wide range of costumes. Early readers will love flipping through the simple and colorful photos while older children can't help but laugh at a dog in a tutu. Used as a jump start for interaction, Discover Series Picture Books are a great way to introduce new images, words and concepts to kids.
What is a stegosaurus doing at the gas station? Why is an apatosaurus on its way to the park?
¿Qué es precisamente lo que hace un loro todo el día? Únase a la diversión mientras los niños se imaginan cómo sería la vida de un loro como mascota. Juntos, los niños y los loros, se treparían en toda la casa, sobre los muebles y en las cortinas con las patas de un loro de cuatro dedos, y después masticarían las cucharas de madera, los palos de las paletas, e incluso un directorio telefónico con sus picos de gancho. La diversión continúa comiendo verduras deliciosas como el brócoli, hablando, tomando un baño, y finalmente acurrucándose para dormir
Rap is being used to teach reading in many schools today. It is a fun way to introduce sounds and rhymes, as well as beat. This books hilarious pictures of rapping reptiles will make children laugh and want to create their own rap verses. The funny rapping reptiles introduce their classifications, body structures, behavior, and food choices in a really cool way.
When is a dog not a dog? When it's dressed up like a bee, or a spider, or a cow! Repetitive text structure and hilarious photos of dogs in costumes will keep very young readers turning the pages of this entertaining book. Each page also includes a picture of the animal the dogs are impersonating. A simple activity at the end asks children to match dogs with people who are dressed the same way.
Children will love the comical photographs of animals in different hip-hop dance positions! Dancing lemurs, bunnies, chimpanzees, and elephants groove to a simple rhyme pattern in this entertaining book. Children are asked to choose the hip-hop animal they think is the best dancer, as well as the animal or group of animals having the most fun.
This title in the You Can't . . . series explores the kinds of homes animals live in and compares these with people houses. Fascinating facts, punctuated by humorous poems, feature animals whose bodies create their home and those that live in nests, burrows, dens, etc.
What should I eat in space today? Something that won't float away! Food that sticks onto a spoon Is best when dining on the moon. Learn all about the pioneering dog-stronauts and how technology created for space affects our life on earth. Each section tops off with activities and kick-starting questions that expand a child's understanding of the subject matter and how it applies to the wider world and his or her daily life. Make it personal, make it fun, and science will captivate young readers
What's inside your rib cage? Hint: it's not a canary! Why is bumping your humerus totally not funny? Why do football players and carpenters need knee pads? Kids will learn about all 206 of their very own bones - what they look like, where they are, what they do. Actual x-rays of real bones take kids through the skeletal system, inviting them to locate and explore their own bones. Clear explanations (fact-checked and approved by a pediatrician), colorful illustrations, and humorous analogies make for a fresh look at a familiar topic. From head to toe (or from cranium to phalanges), kids will get a skeleton of fascinating bone-formation!
Can a hammer fix a cold? Can a screwdriver drive away an itchy spot? Whats the difference between a virus and an allergy or a pimple and a wart? Dr. Fred Ehrlich explains all about ills, chills, what makes us sniffle and feel sore; and how doctors, treatments, and processes inside us can handle our bodies ick-ness and sickness. But, you CANT find any of these fixer-uppers . . . in a toolbox!
Why can't you hear a siren with your eyes? Spot an airplane with your hands? And how come a pickle on your ear isn't delicious? In You Can't Take a Pickle with Your Ear kids discover how each of their five senses is hard at work all day long, providing them with information and helping them get the most out of their daily lives. Whenever you think, "I'm oh-so-sweet," Pull off your socks and smell your feet! Sections such as "Hold Your Nose" and "Stick Out Your Tongue" (not the same time!) encourage hands-on investigations of what's happening inside kids' bodies and why a tongue is best for pickle tasting.
This title provides a fun and informative look at brains; insect brains, bird brains, dog brains, monkey brains, and our brains and how they have each adapted to particular survival needs. This complex subject is made not only understandable but fascinating, and sometimes even funny!
Soar into the Solar System to witness the first Favorite Planet Competition, emceed by none other than the former-ninth planet, now known as dwarf planet Pluto. The readers become the judges after the sun can't pick a favorite and the meteors leave for a shower. Who will the lucky winning planet be? Could it be speedy-messenger Mercury, light-on-his-feet Saturn, or smoking-hot Venus? Readers learn all about each planet as Pluto announces them with short, tongue-in-cheek facts. Children will spend hours searching the art for all the references to famous scientists and people of history, space technology, constellations, art, and classic literature.
Los bebes vienen en todas las formas y tamaños. Algunos tiene pelos y otros tienen plumas. Algunos pueden ser hijos únicos o ¡pueden tener más de cien hermanos! Algunos son grandes (23 pies) y algunos pequeños como una gomita en forma de judía. ¿Puedes adivinar cual es el bebé animal siguiendo las pistas de los anuncios de nacimiento?
Esta encantadora adaptaciÃ³n del clÃ¡sico infantil, â€˜Twas The Night Before Christmas, lleva a los lectores al zoolÃ³gico, mientras que los preparativos para â€œel dÃa en el zoolÃ³gicoâ€ se estÃ¡n llevando a cabo. Pero las cosas no estÃ¡n yendo de acuerdo al planâ€¦las llamas no dejan de escupir, las jirafas estÃ¡n babeando, y las cebras no estÃ¡n contentas con sus rayas. Mientras tanto, los encargados del zoolÃ³gico corren a toda prisa de aquÃ para allÃ¡, limpian la pupÃº, hacen sonar las campanas anunciando la hora de comer, y tratan de baÃ±ar a los animales. Pero, Â¿estÃ¡n escuchando los elefantes traviesos? De ninguna manera. Y por si Ã©sto no fuera poco, un pobre cocodrilo confunde a una abeja con una mosca, asÃ que en lugar de comerse su cena, Â¡recibe un piquete en el ojo! Â¿estarÃ¡ todo bien? Â¿los encargados tendrÃ¡n que pasar la noche en el zoolÃ³gico? Â¿el dÃa al zoolÃ³gico pasarÃ¡ sin ningÃºn contratiempo?
This delightful adaptation of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, shares zoo keeper and animal preparations for the upcoming "Zoo Day." But things aren't going according to plan . . . The llamas won't quit spitting, the giraffes are drooling, and the zebras aren't happy at all with their stripes. Meanwhile, the zoo keepers are scurrying this way and that, cleaning up poop, ringing mealtime bells, and trying to get the animals bathed. Will "Zoo Day" go off without a hitch? The "For Creative Minds" educational section includes "Creative Sparks: imagine you're a zoo keeper," and "An Animal Adaptation Matching Activity."
Jeffrey wants Saturn for his birthday, and he wants the moons too--all 47 of them. After all, they'll make great night-lights! But he's not selfish; he'll share the rings with some of his friends at school and with his teacher, Mrs. Cassini. Facts about Saturn are woven seamlessly throughout this funny story as Jeffrey explains just what he'll do with his present and how he'll take care of it. His dad better hurry with the order, though, because shipping might take a while. The "For Creative Minds" education section features "Solar System" and "Saturn Fun Facts."
This whimsical story lets children imagine what life would be like if they were a pet parrot. Readers join four parrots their young, multicultural owners as they morph into four-toed parrots climbing around the house, then chew wooden spoons, popsicles--sticks and all--with hooked parrot beaks! The fun continues as children learn all about parrots and their adaptations.The "For Creative Minds" section has parrot fun facts, tips for taking care of a pet parrot and a "Make a Beak" craft.
Mmm-mm! Forest animals squeak, tweet, slurp, yip and chomp over the sweet, plump fruit of a wild blackberry bush. But what happens when a bear arrives to take part in the feast? Young children will enjoy following the story by making the animal sounds, and the chaos that strikes upon the bear's arrival will surely bring on the laughter. The cumulative, rhyming text makes for a great read-aloud.