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by Helen Holder
David's Pretzels is an alphabet book that is not only fun to read aloud and great for 4 to 6-year-olds to learn letter names and sounds but also helps with pre-reading skills such as the structure and pattern of books (left to right reading, left page first), the feature analysis of letterforms and letter orientation, and how we talk about letters and words. It features some unusual words and encourages expanding your vocabulary.
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by Lora ForbushTake a trip around the solar system and teach your child how far your love for them goes. Written for all ages, this book will remind your child that your love doesn't stop at the moon. "I Love You Far Away" can be used to start the discussion about space, planets, astronomy or even, aliens! Enjoy the journey.
by L. Buckley
"When One Coffin Closes, Another One Opens." Spirits roam far beyond the graveyard in this haunting collection of "Young Adult" verse told ghost stories.
by Kimball LoveA tale of a woman and two children on an adventure through a busy day in the natural world. The poem identifies many colorful critters, their behaviors, and habitats expressed through various landscapes and colorful seasons. The magic and mystery of Mother Nature is the glory of the story.
by Sakshi SinghRaiit Mein Paanv (Feet In The Sand) is a bilingual poetry book about the stories of the sand and the sea, of you and me. It focusses on the need of the hour to save our earth and clean our planet in a fun and childlike way!
by Antonina Novarese (illustrations), Edward Lear (text)
This illustrated volume holds forty of Edward Lear’s limericks. Meet an Old Man with a beard, a Young Lady of Ryde, and many more of Lear's waggish and extravagant characters, beloved by generations of readers, young and old.
by Jason R. Van PeltParty Monsters puts the holiday of Mardi Gras into the spotlight. It is amusing and educational. There's a monster of a party and the reader is invited!
by Lois WickstromColleen's dad is a giant. He walks around town with his hands in the air. He says he's holding up the sky. Nobody believes him. One day he puts his hands down. Now, what will happen? The decision is up to his daughter.
by Tamara RittershausMoving is hard, especially when you leave your best friend behind. When Marie moves from the country to the city, will she have to say goodbye to her friend forever? A rhyming story of friendship for anyone who's said a big adieu. Marie's Big Adieu acknowledges the fear and grief of those big goodbyes and validates the child's struggles in new situations.
Solar System Amazing Space Adventure: picture book for kids of all ages (Kids Books For Young Explorers 3)by Gene LipenArthur is on a mission to discover the secrets of our solar system. Will he succeed in his exciting quest and what will he learn along the way? Join Arthur on another incredible adventure, as he explores the amazing planets that circle our sun and learns what makes each one so special. Have a great time, as you jump from one location of the solar system to the next just by turning the pages of the book. Solar System Amazing Space Adventure is the third installment in the Kids Books for You... more
by Gene LipenArthur is all set to start his exiting, fun-filled and rhyming journey around United States. Will he succeed in his quest of discovering amazing destinations? Join Arthur on this incredible adventure, as he explores the best USA has to offer from coast to coast. Learn what makes each destination worth visiting. Have a great time, as you jump from one part of the country to the next just by turning the pages of the book. USA Destinations That Spark Our Fascinations is the second installment... more
by C.T.CThis is an enchanting, dark, and elusive poetry book. Themes of fantasy and mythology run through it. Each poem is raw and full of emotion, that can draw a reader out of their reality and into a world where they can feel openly and all things at once. It is the first of three volumes.
by James AlexanderWhat if words could talk? I mean voice their opinions and defend themselves as they see fit. We quite often use words without realizing the impact they have on our lives and others . What would love say to us? How about snitch? Well if you’re now wondering, then this is the book for you! A follow up to the well received, “If words could talk what might they say? This is the highly anticipated 2nd series full of poems from the poet James Alexander, that picks up where the first book left off. You... more
by James AlexanderWhat if words could talk? I mean speak their minds and defend themselves as they see fit. We quite often use words without realizing the impact they have on our lives and others . What would sex say to us? How about churches? Well if you’re now wondering, then this is the book for you! A collection of poetry from the poet James Alexander that brings to light, the many thoughts our very own words might share with us. You may be surprised to hear what they have to say!
by PeTika Tave
This book is a simple, yet powerful poem that helps a young girl appreciate who she is and love herself unconditionally. It features beautifully created images that shows her starting off sad about herself, to ending the book standing proud and confident with who she is and is destined to become. The book ends with discussion questions to help parents talk to their children about self-confidence and self-worth.
by Adrian StraightThe Kitesurfing Kid is an adventure story of a little boy who wants to travel the world. He learns to kitesurf at a young age and ventures to cross the Pacific Ocean by kite. Local history, knowledge, and native language both enrich the story and act as an educational tool for the reader. The Kitesurfing Kid is a fast-paced story that will keep the reader eager to find out where the adventure goes next.