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by Hayley RoseAlready an award-winner, Today I Feel Emotion is an interactive lesson book geared towards helping children identify and express their feelings and emotions with words. Direct and to the point, each page simply shows Louis expressing an emotion or feeling and then asks the reader to relay that emotion or feeling back, invoking a discussion.
by Peter I. MurphyIn this book we look at the past present and future of space exploration.
by Hayley RoseIn this delightful rhyming story, Fifo, a warm and loveable brown bear, is bitten by the travel bug. Fifo dreams of diging up diamonds in Arkansas, looking for fossils in Kansas, enjoying a delicious bowl of gumbo in Louisiana, and even seeing a Broadway show in New York. Yes, America is an exciting place! Fifo's second book is full of adventure. A colorful reference-like geography book, Fifo discovers the wonders each state has to offer. He learns along the way each state's capital, shape, ... more
by Hayley RoseHave you ever heard a yak play a yunlou, or danced to a walrus playing wind chimes? Have you been serenaded by a numbat on a nagak? Come along with Fifo and discover the magical world of music and animals, all while learning your ABC’s.
by James BunnellA fascinating exploration of one of Mother Nature's most intriguing secrets -- strange, mysterious, nocturnal lights sometimes seen in West Texas and other locations around the globe. This book, the condensed product of a 12 year investigation, provides vivid photographic details and documents behavior of these unusual light displays. The book explains how and where to see them and offers his the author's closely reasoned explanation of where they come from, what they are, and why they are too ... more
by Sarah HamptonThe Great Story Of SnowSwift
by Vivek PanditBorn at the turn of the millennium, the members of Generation Z are no strangers to today’s fast-paced, hyperconnected world. They were born in the Digital Age. They grew up online. Their identities, attitudes, and perspectives have all been uniquely integrated with technology. Now, as they stand at the brink of adulthood, it’s time for the world to discover: Who is Generation Z ? Vivek Pandit shares an insider’s perspective on what it means to be part of this unique generation. By exploring t... more
by Amanda AuditMy Family and Yours covers a variety of families. Encouraging open and honest communication with children about traditional and non traditional families. This children's book is written in a style that is both fun and educational.
by Rebecca Bielawski
ABCDEFG so many letters on the alphabet tree. HIJKLMNOP spell all the words for the things we see. QRSTUV, W's a tricky one, then XY and Z !
Captivate and cultivate the imagination while teaching the letters from A to Z. Curious kids can take a trip through the alphabet stopping to see amazing asteroids and big-bellied bats, to row down a rainbow river and meet a yellow yak along th... more
by Cindy HelmsHave you ever felt like all of your friends had forgotten about you? Have you ever felt left out? This is exactly what happens to Birdie in Outside, Inside. When Birdie does not see his friends around, he decides to go out and look for them. He quickly finds that something strange is going on. Birdie’s friends are really planning a super fun surprise that gives Birdie a change of heart. Outside, Inside is a simple story about the joy of friendship and giving. Using 35 easy words and vivid... more
by Luke Mathius HarlowThe Adventures of Mister Bubble - A Teacher's Guide Activities based on the storybook "The Adventures of Mister Bubble - Mister Bubble and the Thoughtless Children" “Because you squeezed my bottle and set me free, I will grant you three wishes,” Mister Bubble told the children. “Any three wishes you want. But beware; if the wishes are not kind and good, the wish you make is likely to go wrong!” (Mister Bubble from The Adventures of Mister Bubble - Mister Bubble and the Thoughtless Children) Mist... more
by Serenity Anderson
In Pleasing the Lord (by Serenity), the ideas for how to live a Christ-infused lifestyle are beautifully shown through pictures and subsequent descriptions and verses. Comparing the descriptions to the pictures allows children to visualize the necessities of a faithful life. Teaching kindness, love and prayer to children allows them to seek God in all circumstances and follow His word in every situation. Serenity does a stunning job at reiterating how pleasing the Lord is a peaceful and lovin... more
by Tom WilsonA kindergarten child is upset with his coloring abilities, as emphasized by his teacher and classmates. He is going to show them and starts to create, what he calls, "a spectacular picture". He fails to achieve his goals and vows that he "won't ever get it right". He stops coloring and is sent to his room, by his mother, for the tantrum he throws. He settles on his bed, with his boots still on and clutching his coloring book, and falls asleep. He is awaken by a Giant Giraffe breathing in ... more
by Dwedor Morais Ford, PhDAuthor's Note: I was born in Liberia and moved to the United States more than three decades ago. This book is a result of my desire to share with my children and grandchildren some of the foods I enjoyed while growing up in Liberia. All but three of the alphabets do not represent foods because I wanted to add geographic, historic, and cultural features to the book: A is a Africa pinpoints where Liberia is located; L is for Liberia depicts the Liberian map and flag; and Q is for e(Q)uator shows h... more
by Kerman BharuchaThis book is an extract of all the Math and Science out of the previous book ("Gifting Your Child: Math and Literacy from Infancy"). This book does away with the discussions of the techniques that could be used to interact with children at the infancy level. This book takes the premise that the child is able to read, comprehend and verbalize the basic numbers 0 through 9, and takes it from there. It then evolves into a book that covers a wide progressive array of concepts in the areas of arithme... more
by Kerman BharuchaBy the age of 5, my grandson was taught basic literacy, math and logic skills that were far beyond those of his peers. This book details the techniques I used to reach these goals. This book then evolves into a book that covers a wide progressive array of concepts in the areas of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, coordinate geometry and general science that will serve your child for many school years to come. Obtaining this information from several sources would prove to be problematic, but it's al... more