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One day an old lady swallows a fly and the only way she can get rid of it is to swallow a wriggling, tickling spider... For over a century this subversive rhyme has delighted children and parents alike. Its galloping rhythm is perfect for reading out loud, becoming a memory game as the list of animals - bird, cat, dog, goat - grows. Graboff's bright and startling illustrations combine beautifully with the traditional verse to bring this classic tale to life.
Mother-son team Jonah Winter and Jeanette Winter tell the story of the
Exxon Valdez oil spill and its devastating and lingering effects in
this poetic and timely picture book.
This book is backward! It starts at the end, ends at the beginning, and travels back in history to show you what life was like before major inventions and discoveries. Step into a time before smartphones, television, cars, or even the toilet; then learn about the major invention or discovery that changed the world. Explore bright, detailed, humorous scenes from different eras that will spark discussion and make you think about what life was like in history. Learn about the clever inventors, the accidental discoveries, and how people managed without the everyday things that we take for granted. Detailed, humorous scenes of different eras to explore Key topics of science, technology, and inventions
Not only is JoJo Siwa a YouTube celebrity and social media phenomenon, but so is her beloved pooch!
Named for JoJo's iconic fashion bows, BowBow Siwa is a superstar in her own right, with more than one million Instagram followers!
BowBow has her own stuffed animal likeness, and she and her dog-mom, JoJo, are dedicated to sparkles, bows, and everything cute.
This photographic, full-color gift book will feature never-before-seen shots of BowBow and JoJo, giving fans an exclusive insiders' peek into the dazzling duo's daily lives.
A perfect gift item, JoJo Loves BowBow will charm Siwanatorz and followers of Instagram-famous pups alike.
Thanks to the digital magic of this interactive app, you can bring the wildest weather right into your home without disturbing a single chair! Place your tablet or smartphone near the visual trigger on the page then hold it up to see a tornado chasing your dad or a volcano erupting on your desk. iStorm is packed with fascinating facts about earthquakes, tsunami and other extreme weather events. From floods and drought, to forest fires and avalanches, discover why extreme natural events occur and learn about their impact on our planet.
Geography with the Gritty Bits left in! Where in the world can you: *Watch tornadoes that rip houses from the ground? *Meet the man struck by lightning seven times? *See frozen turtles fall from the sky? Get the Earth-shattering facts in Stormy Weather
From kitten rescuer and New York Times bestselling author Hannah Shaw, also known as Kitten Lady on YouTube and Instagram, comes an inspiring picture book that takes readers on the adorable journey of foster kittens from their first days after birth all the way to adoption! Did you know that kittens are born with their eyes closed, and they are so small that they can fit in the palm of your hand? Or that being groomed with a toothbrush reminds orphan kittens of their mothers' tongues, and helps them feel comfy and safe? Learn these facts and more in Kitten Lady's first picture book! Hannah uses her engaging, fun voice to show how she helps orphan kittens grow up, get adopted, and become healthy, happy cats. Featuring irresistible photographs and playful doodles, Kitten Lady's Big Book of Little Kittens shows what you can do to help the tiniest felines in our big, big world.
Gorgeous nature photography introduces readers to endangered species in this picture book from Tim Flach Who is that peeking through the page? Is it a giant panda munching on bamboo? Or perhaps a yellow-eyed tree frog hiding in a tropical forest? Who Am I? uses clever riddles and stunning images by esteemed photographer Tim Flach (taken from his Abrams adult book Endangered) to introduce ten vital species-at-risk to readers. With its engaging and timely message, this beautifully crafted picture book is perfect for the youngest animal enthusiasts.
With touch and feel patches and tactile, sparkly areas to explore, this baby board book encourages early learning, and is just right for sharing with your little one.
Inside, you meet engaging animals from the Bible, including a wooly lamb, a smooth, rubbery whale, and a soft dove. The friendly animals will help bring the Bible to life and act as an ideal introduction to the Bible for babies. The delightful animals are cute, full of character, and appealing, and every page of the book has tantalizing texture or an eye-catching shiny area to expand your baby's senses.
Filled with learning opportunities, this book has a simple design (with one main picture per page) that's easy for very young children to follow. The are clear images help baby's identification skills. The text is short and fun; great for reading aloud and encouraging little ones to talk, building their language. All the animals are also labelled, promoting picture-and-word association, which aids early reading.
This small padded preschool book is a good size for little hands to hold. Babies and toddlers will love turning the tough board pages themselves, which develops their fine motor skills.Part of DK's popular Baby Touch and Feel series, this exciting Bible animals book, with its super sparkly jacket, makes an ideal baby birthday present or christening gift.
In Busy Kittens, children can have lots of fun pulling, pushing and turning the mechanisms. Join in with the fluffy kittens as they play hide and seek, scamper up trees and lick their food bowls clean.
Children will love playing with this bright and colourful board book with lots to spot, a gentle rhyme and wonderful illustrations by Samantha Meredith.
Ancient relics--stone tools, bones, footprints, and even DNA--offer many clues about our human ancestors and how they lived. At the same time, our kinship with our human ancestors lies as much in their sense of humor, their interactions with others, their curiosity and their moments of wonder, as it does in the shape of their bones and teeth. And the evolution of human behavior left no direct fossil traces.
Children of Time brings this vanished aspect of the human past to life through Anne Weaver's scientifically- informed imagination. The stories move through time, following the lives of long-ago hominins through the eyes of their children. Each carefully researched chapter is based on an actual child fossil--a baby, a five-year- old, a young adolescent, and teenagers. The children and their families are brought to life through illustrator Matt Celeskey's vividly rendered paleoenvironments where they encounter saber-toothed cats, giraffids, wild dogs, fearsome crocodiles, and primitive horses. Their adventures invite readers to think about what it means to be human, and to speculate on the human drama as it unfolds in many dimensions, from social organization and technology to language, music, art, and religious consciousness.
Visit the website at www.children-of-time.com.
From the tops of the trees to the forest floor, this book is full of some of the weird and wonderful things that live there. But the world's rainforests are in danger - find out why and what will happen if people don't change the things they do. With fabulous photos and simple text, shows some of the weird and wonderful things that live in rainforests and describes the dangers facing them. Developed with reading experts at the University of Roehampton.
What does a venus fly trap eat? How strong is a giant water lily? Does a cactus flower? The newest addition to Yuval Zommer's bestselling series answers these questions and more as it introduces young children to all kinds of colourful, carnivorous, weird and wonderful flowering plants from around the world. It opens with introductory spreads on how to be a botanist; how to recognise different types of flowers; the life-cycle of a plant; flower anatomy; and the seven types of animal pollinators including bats, birds and beetles. Subsequent spreads, illustrated within various habitats, are dedicated to specific varieties of plants, including the carnivorous venus flytrap, the giant water lily and the weird and wonderful corpse flower. Readers will enjoy learning about different edible flowers and why flowers are fragrant or colourful, not to mention grisly details about carnivorous and poisonous flowers.
This is the unathorised biography of you. Charting your incredible journey from Big Bang to birth (in about the time it takes to eat your breakfast), Philip Bunting's hilarious and one of a kind history of evolution was created to raise more questions than it answers. Perfect for fans of Jon Klassen and Chris Haughton.
If people were planets, we'd be a lot like Earth ... People are nature. From the water we drink to the trees we climb, we are connected to the natural world in big and surprising ways. With simple, poetic text, and exquisite artwork, You Are Stardust introduces kids to these connections - sparking their imaginations and starting conversations. Combining the ideas of environmental author and educator Elin Kelsey with inventive, three-dimensional dioramas by artist Soyeon Kim, this remarkable picture book reveals ties that are often sensed, yet seldom explained. Children will learn that the salt in their body is the same as the salt in the ocean, that they learned to speak in the same way that baby birds do - by copying their parents, and that elephants, bats and whales make friends, just like they do. In a world dominated by technology, never have these connections between people and nature been more worth exploring.
A fun guide to the seashore for young children. From tiny crabs to
slippery seaweed, discover fun facts about amazing seashore wildlife.
Find out what plants and animals live at the seashore, how they survive
and how to identify them.
A fun guide to nature for young children. From mighty oaks to spiky
monkey puzzle trees, discover fun facts to help you identify these