While Isaac Newton is counting apples, he makes a startling discovery.
A fascinating look at one of the oldest, most diverse groups of animals on Earth.
Seems these birds tired of their natural tweeting talents and wanted something more sophisticated than beaks!
The third volume of this basic reading lesson that identifies nouns.
A naughty young shepherd boy learns that nobody believes a liar, even when he's telling the truth.
A neat little story about some bugs, and a little girl. Happy!
The journey of a little purple car, collecting various animals along the way to town.
Some leprechauns have no luck at all.
A Peruvian folk tale told with pictures as well as words. Interesting concept which will expand a child's horizons of thought.
An old favorite song with a classic art twist.
He is indeed a wise old owl, and knows just how to make a fellow feel good about himself. Wise, and interesting, words a child will benefit from knowing.
The story of an impertinent little squirrel and his encounter with a stoic owl who doesn't find the squirrel's antics amusing.
Hey! Some basic physics in a cool tale about a kid who buys a high-bounce ball. Broken? No; go figure it, and maybe warn any passing birds to fly real high...
A holiday that celebrates a very special battle in the history of Mexico.
The secret to making good pizza is following the recipe.
A condensed version of a classic Aesop fable with the moral: Slow and steady wins the race.
The age-old traditions of this Jewish holiday are brought to light in words, pictures and songs.
A large and happy family; a lot of dogs; and some problems with the size of the family fridge...
A book about the color and shape of things.
Yes, sir... a few things down there in the sea we wonder about. Mermaids...?
Play it again, Sam! Ah... I'm a shoo-in for some country; and learnin' stuff, too.
When a lion finds a gypsy sleeping in the desert, something very unexpected happens.
Learn who Dinah is at long last in the condensed version of this classic song.
Another 6 classic Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes in verse or song.
Mona Lisa didn't always wear a smile. Find out what changes her frown to a smile in this funny little poem.