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.
Butterfly Birthday completes a quartet of books - Snow Party, Mermaid Dance and By the Light of the Harvest Moon - that celebrates the many and miraculous wonders of the changing seasons. On the first day of spring, bugs—dressed in their finest attire—greet one another after the long, cold winter and hold a spectacular party to welcome the vernal equinox.
“Wash Your Hands” is perfect for teaching young learners the importance of washing their hands. Children are encouraged to lather up and wash their hands for about the time it takes to sing the ABC Song. What a great way to reinforce this important healthy habit!
Dad's birthday cake is on the table. Danny loves cake. See how Danny uses all five of his senses when celebrating Dad's birthday.
Danny and Bee play in a bathtub, and learn which toys sink and which toys float.
Baby Elephant may be small, but he can do many things with his trunk.
Read through this book to watch what grows in a garden environment.
The polar bear is known by many names in different languages—White Bear, Ice Bear, Sea Bear. It is Sailor of the Icebergs, Whale’s Curse, Seal’s Dread. It is the animal deserving of great respect, the Ever-wandering One, the Master of Helping Spirits, Grandfather, or God’s Dog. Whatever its name, what is certain is that this majestic, Arctic animal is threatened by extinction and in need of human protection before it disappears from our world forever.
Taking a bath has never looked like more fun as little ones follow simple directions as the adorable characters wash from head to toe. This fun story encourages learning and introduces children to important early literacy skills.
Los niños exploraran las maquinas monstruo incluyendo la excavadora, el tractor, aparejo grande, camión monstruo y mas con este libro colorido que ofrece fotografías reales. Estudios revelan que a pequeños lectores les resulta mas fácil asociar maquinas monstruo de la vida real en fotografías a diferencia de ilustraciones. Desde una excavador hasta un camión monstruo, este libro les enseña a los niños sobre grandes, poderos maquinas! Otros libros en esta serie incluye: Bebés del Corral, Listos Para El Rescate y Cucu-aca-ta en el Zoo.
Children will learn colors and color words with rhyming text and realistic photographs! “I’ve learned my colors: green, red, and blue, yellow, purple, orange, and now I’m through.” From shiny red apples, to purple violets and yellow bumblebees, the high-quality pictures will have children learning colors quickly. Learn simple Spanish words and phrases with the corresponding version Verde, Verde La Ranita.
Children love to visit the zoo to see all of the animals. Now children can walk through the zoo and count from one to ten with lions, monkeys, elephants, kangaroos and more! Young readers will recognize word patterns and find it easy to read along with this vibrantly-illustrated book. And, aspiring mathematicians will count from one to ten and start to recognize number words, too! Learn simple Spanish words and phrases with the corresponding version En El Zoológico.
Listen to the story! Read the story! Sing the Story! “Huge Machines,” includes the Read-along version of the story follow ed by the same story sung in an adorable song.Children will learn about all of the different machines that farmers use each day! “Trucks, tractors, forklifts, and bulldozers, too. Any huge machine, I like. How about you?” Young readers will be amazed by what trucks, tractors, forklifts and other huge machines can do in this brightly-illustrated rhyming book! “Huge Machines” is a great book to reinforce early literacy skills.
¡Los niños aprenderán las palabras sencillas de español en este libro divertido y ilustrado, por ejemplo, soleado, calor, nublado, loviendo, viento, nevando, frío, hoy y el tiempo!(Children will learn simple Spanish words through this fun illustrated story, for example, sunny, hot, cloudy, raining, windy, snowing, cold, today and the weather!)
2020 New York State Reading Association Charlotte Award Master List In 1961, President John F. Kennedy issued a challenge to the nation: land astronauts on the moon by the end of the decade. The Apollo program was designed by NASA to meet that challenge, and on July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 lifted off from Kennedy Space Center carrying astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin Aldrin. Apollo 11's prime mission objective: "Perform a manned lunar landing and return." Four days after take-off, the Lunar Module "Eagle," carrying Armstrong and Aldrin, separated from the Command Module "Columbia," and descended to the moon. Armstrong reported back to Houston's Command Center, "The Eagle has landed." America and the world watched in wonder and awe as a new chapter in space exploration opened. Through verse and informational text, author Rhonda Gowler Greene celebrates Apollo 11's historic moon landing.
Recipient of the 2019 Eureka! Honors Award Winner -Best of 2019 Kids Books - Most Inspiring Category As a boy, Jadav Payeng was distressed by the destruction deforestation and erosion was causing on his island home in India's Brahmaputra River. So he began planting trees. What began as a small thicket of bamboo, grew over the years into 1,300 acre forest filled with native plants and animals. The Boy Who Grew a Forest tells the inspiring true story of Payeng--and reminds us all of the difference a single person with a big idea can make.
2020 American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Science Book Award, Long-list Dragonflies are some the world's most beautiful (and fascinating!) insects. And one many children can find right in their backyards! With a simple story, perfect for read-alouds, and colorful illustrations, this scientific look at a dragonfly's life-cycle will captivate little entomologists. Informative sidebars are included that let children learn even more about these amazing insects.
When a family spends a day at the beach, the children investigate various footprints to see what type of creatures live along the shoreline. Rhyming text turns a sandy beach into an outdoor classroom. The tracks and habits of local wildlife, including hopping sandpipers, scuttling crabs, and burrowing turtles, are identified and explained for young ecology detectives. Even Daddy's feet make an appearance! And at day's end, it's time for tired feet to make their way home. STEM-based back matter includes information on how clues like footprints can identify the type of wildlife inhabiting any given habitat.
It's springtime and Badger is ready to plant the perfect garden. He has spent months gathering and sorting seeds. It's been a lot of work but it's worth it. His friends Red Squirrel, Dormouse, and Weasel come to help. They weed. They rake. And finally they plant. Afterward, everyone celebrates, and Badger can already imagine the perfect rows of flowers and vegetables. But then a rainstorm comes and washes away the beautiful seeds. Badger's perfect garden is ruined. Or is it?
Feeling quite ordinary, a plain gray moth sadly compares itself to its more exotic kin, such as the Luna Moth, the Spider Moth, and the Hummingbird Moth. And the little moth feels even worse when a young girl sees it and says "Eww!" But things change when her brother explains that this particular type of moth is his favorite kind of insect. Maybe an ordinary moth is really extraordinary after all. Back matter includes fascinating moth facts, along with a special activity.
It's 1969 and Marty's family lives on the U.S. island of Guam, where his father manages the NASA tracking station. It's important work and never more so than during the Apollo 11 space mission, where the tracking station relays signals back and forth between the astronauts and Mission Control in Houston, Texas. Along with the rest of the world, Marty listens to every mission update, including the historic landing on the moon and astronaut Neil Armstrong's first steps. But during Apollo 11's return to Earth, something goes wrong. There is a problem with the tracking station's antenna during the final hours of the mission. The problem must be resolved--the antenna is the only way Mission Control can communicate with the astronauts before Apollo 11 splashes down. Marty finds himself playing a key role in helping bring the craft safely back to Earth. Based on actual events, young readers get a front-row seat to this historic event in this new entry in the Tales of Young Americans series.
An introductory book that presents the four seasons of the year in a simple, fun rhyming way. Great photos and illustrations.
How animals and humans get food and feed themselves is explored in this Think About title.
Learn about sound and sound waves, vibrations and how they effect pitch. The perfect book for introducing kids to sound.