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by Diane Mae RobinsonFinally! An easy-to-understand grammar book with fun grammar lessons. The Dragon Grammar Book is the ideal grammar book for kids, dragons, and adults alike. From multi-award winning children's fantasy author, Diane Mae Robinson, The Dragon Grammar Book introduces middle grades through adults to the basic rules of the English language with easy grammar lessons. Featuring the zany fantasy characters in the author's The Pen Pieyu Adventures series, The Dragon Grammar Book is sure to be enjoyed by t... more
by M.D. Whalen
What’s your Fart IQ?
Did you know that cats fart more in Pennsylvania? That Mississippi students go to jail for farting? That there's a movie award for Best Fart? Blonnnk! It's all in this book.
Did you know that moth farts kill, but kangaroo farts can save the planet? That nurse farts could be dangerous, yet farts might have cured the Great Plague? That some of the world's greatest writers have all writ... more
by Elanora BrownBoardrooms are meant to places of power and confidence. Everyone who has climbed up to a position where they can sit in on a boardroom understands how much design goes into presentations of strength, and the boardroom table is a part of that. When you are making decisions about your boardroom, you never think that you can get by with a simple buffet or trestle table. Instead, you look for something unique, charismatic and strong. When you start your ... more
by Aleks MatzaAre you looking for an introduction to theater for your early childhood classroom, special education, church group or community organization? Here are 10 simple, short, easy to perform, royalty-free plays (Plus 1 Bonus Play!) perfect for children ages 4-6. These plays can be adapted to suit your needs and encourage your young performers to get involved in every aspect of their production.
by denise saighThis is a true story about rescuing an overweight dog that had never been off a leash. Within 6 months he was playing with other dogs, children, skijoring, mushing, camping, carrying a backpack and visiting Elders in Senior Homes.
by Kimberly BlakerHoroscopes: Reality or Trickery? is a fun and educational STEM book that provides kids the tools and information needed to decide for themselves whether astrology is real or just a hoax. In this book, readers learn a brief history of astrology and examine claims made by astrologers. Kids hear the arguments both for and against its validity and examine the scientific evidence – or lack thereof – for astrology. Readers also discover the tricks astrologers use to write horoscopes that create t... more
CARS and TRUCKS Coloring book: Cars coloring book for kids, toddlers and preschoolers (Boys and Girls ages 2-4, 4-8) (Cars colorby Try HardIf your KIDS love cars and trucks - this coloring book is for you! It is for boys and girls (2-4, 4-8 years old). Each coloring page is on a separate sheet. So your kids can use pencils and crayons. This coloring book has a lot of great pictures with following machines: racing cars, trucks, tractor, jeep, ship, crane, excavator, airplane, scooter, mixer truck and so on. We hope you will enjoy this cars and trucks coloring book.
by Emojigraphy Team
Kanmoji is Simplified Emoji, providing a standard in handwritten emoji.
- Easy to remember; kids and grandma can learn it
- Simple few strokes per emoji
- Fast to write
- Sharp and clear
- Clean, no distraction from many colors and lines of original emoji
- Support colors in emoji
- Versatile. Visually readable in small form and from a far distance
- Personal. Handwriting ... more
by Ellen KayThese are stories of the adventure of four little kittens, brought together to grow up in a beautiful country house, and the fun they all had while living there and growing up together. Originally born in war-torn London, 1944. Ellen Kay was evacuated, with her parents, to live in the country in the beautiful county of Dorset, England. There they stayed and the family of three grew to a family of five and settled in to a new home. Ellen was a lonely child who studied hard with her schoolin... more
by William HartleyBecoming a new big brother or big sister is unmistakably one of the most important events in your child’s life. Why not spend that precious one-on-one time with your child and our new completely interactive Big Brother and/or Big Sister Books? With our exclusive artwork (made by kids, for kids of course!) and timeless poetry, you and your child will journey through learning just how special their new role is- and always will be as a big brother or big sister. Customize your book by adding family... more
by denise saighMy book is unique, because unlike current children’s climbing books that just tell about the climber’s experiences, my book includes children in the process of the climb, by showing not telling. With an increasing focus on increasing children’s outdoor activities, I filled this gap in Emily’s 5th grade classroom. Emily and I expose her classmates the food, clothes and gear needed to survive in summitting Denali’s 20,310’ Mountain. The children get to wear climbing harnesses, play with prusiks, c... more
by Michelle HollandA delightful story in Emily's own words. Emily Pope is Thirteen years old and lives near the South Downs. Ever since she can remember she has dreamt of owning her own pony. The pony will be her best friend and they will share many adventures together. Emily's parents think she is too young for the responsibility of owning a pony and needs to gain more experience before they will consider it. So the adventure begins. Emily starts work at the nearby riding stables, works hard and learns everythin... more
by Keanu & Zen Mir-ScaerSkimboarding is riding waves with a thin finless board. Skimboarders charge oncoming waves from the shore, and ride the waves back to the sand--it takes passion and courage. Keanu and Zen have used their passion and courage beyond the waves by writing and illustrating SKIMSTORIES: RIDING WAVES to encourage kids to read, ride waves and charge toward their dreams.
by Barbara BirenbaumAnother Birenbaum book teaching about symbols, this time the Olympic torch - its history, what the flame symbolizes, the design and motto. Chapter book with black and white shaded line drawings and torch symbols at top of pages. Best used by students, teachers or librarians searching for material about the Olympics. Also presents the spirit of cooperation among nations, sportsmanship among athletes and/or as supplementary material to tie in with a unit on meters for a math class. Stella Wheat,... more
by Barbara BirenbaumLIBERTY CENTENNIAL Lady Liberty's Light tells how Kindl, searching for the reasons behind our celebration of the Statue of Liberty's 100th birthday, travels through America and across the Atlantic Ocean to Europe to learn the Statue's history. Chuck Albury, St Petersburg Times KNOWLEDGE AND ENJOYMENT! "Do continue the good work that you are doing with today's elementary school children. There is definitely a need for children to gain knowledge while they are enjoying reading." R.A.G. Houghto... more
by Manley Peterson
You're My Baby is a colorful picture book for young children. It has original drawings of animals, plants, and objects interspersed with pictures of cute babies. There is a simple rhyme on each page to read to young children.