Danny has a toy basket for all of his toys. Sometimes he needs to clean up and put his toys away. Do all of his toys make it into the toy basket?
Danny has a new friend named Penny. Danny is a big dog, while Penny is a little dog … a little dog with a big personality.
Danny and Bee visit a honeybee yard with wooden honeybee houses.
Danny and his dog friends decide to have a race in the backyard to determine who is the fastest runner. Ready, set, go! Who will win?
Dad’s lunch mysteriously disappears when he and Danny go on a summer picnic.
Danny and Norman build a snowman that ends up missing his nose.
Danny, Norman and Bee are invited to a superhero party. Which superhero will Norman be for the party?
Danny and Norman are sitting on the deck when something happens to Norman’s loose tooth.
Danny learns what it means for something to be alive or not alive. Watch as he goes through his house and around his yard determining which things are alive and which things are not.
Danny learns about different kinds of apples and shares what he learns.
As Danny reluctantly waits to get his hair trimmed, he watches a fidgety little dog get a haircut.
Danny and Norman find a map to the new park. To get to the park, they will need to read and follow the signs.
As a magician, Danny headlines the Really Big Show, but Bee has talent too.
Through observation, Danny learns what it takes to successfully germinate seeds and grow a bean plant.
Danny loves all of the colors, but has a special fondness for the color red. Read along to see all of the things Danny has that are red.
Danny and Dad go shopping at the pet store. Danny sees many things he would like to buy. What items does dad let him put in the cart?
Danny shares toy with his friend, Heather
Danny is having a birthday party and sends invitations to all of his friends.
Danny and Abby follow the mowed path in the yard to play a game of chase in the grass.
Danny finds a little worm and worries for its safety. Dad helps find him a safe home.
Danny and Norman find a big turtle in the yard.
When elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers. This ancient proverb of the Kikuyu people, a tribal group in Kenya, Africa, is as true today as when the words were first spoken, perhaps thousands of years ago. Its essence is simplicity: when the large fight, it is the small who suffer most. And when it comes to war, the smallest, the most vulnerable, are the children. When Elephants Fight presents the stories of five children from five very different and distinct conflicts. Along with these very personal accounts, the book also offers brief analyses of the history and geopolitical issues that are the canvas on which these conflicts are cast. When Elephants Fight is about increasing awareness. For the future to be better than the past, better than the present, we must help equip our children with an awareness and understanding of the world around them and their ability to bring about change. Gandhi stated, "If you are going to change the world, start with the children."
Students love to write about things that interest them! This helpful book teaches young writers about fiction and non-fiction styles of writing, different text structures, dialogue, similes, and metaphors, and formulating questions. Children are encouraged to write poems, songs, stories, projects, and simple books. They will also learn about the important parts of a book such as front and back covers, title page, contents, glossary, and index.
In the sequel to What REALLY Happened to Humpty?, Jack (Jill’s other half) fell down the Hill and had his crown stolen. It’s up to detective Joe Dumpty to round up the usual suspects and track down the culprit.
When a tiger cub goes missing from the reserve, Neil is determined to find her before the greedy Gupta gets his hands on her to kill her and sell her body parts on the black market. Neil's parents, however, are counting on him to study hard and win a prestigious scholarship to study in Kolkata. Neil doesn't want to leave his family or his island home and he struggles with his familial duty and his desire to maintain the beauty and wildness of his island home in West Bengal's Sunderbans.