What a great idea! Taking a scientific concept, mixing it with a super hero who can shrink to the size of an atom, adding fantastic graphics, writing that is easy to understand, and then putting it together in a 32-page book that is reader friendly. This book is written in graphic format that is a favorite of mine! It makes it perfect for students who are reluctant readers and never seem to finish a book on their own. Paperback
Reading Level Grades 1 - 3. Interest Level Grades 3-6. The world's greatest fairy tales are retold in a graphic-novel format. Fresh, bold illustrations give these timeless tales a modern edge and will attract even the most reluctant readers. Paperback.
Reading Level Grades 3 - 4. Interest Level Grades 3 - 9. Follows the discovery and excavation of the tomb of King Tutankhamen, also known as King Tut, and the myth of the curse that afflicted those involved in the tomb's exploration. Written in graphic-novel format. 32 pages. Paperback.
Reading Level Grades 2 - 3. Interest Level: Grades 3-6. Comic chapter books feature the greatest super heroes: Batman, Superman™, The Green Lantern, and The Flash. Original art by DC illustrators will captivate young readers and give them glowing examples of bravery, loyalty, and true heroism. Set of 8. Paperback.
Grades 3 & up. World-changing events unfold before your eyes in these amazing tales of inventions and discovery. See these captivating stories come to life with vivid illustrations and easy-to-read text. An additional information section provides key facts and further understanding. Reading level 3-4. Interest level 3-9.
Grades K - 3. Far, far out at sea lives one of the world's most mysterious creatures, the loggerhead turtle. For thirty years she swims the oceans, wandering thousands of miles as she searches for food. Then, one summer night, she lands on a beach to lay her eggs -- the very same beach where she herself was born. Nicola Davies's lyrical text offers fascinating information about the journey of the tiny, endangered loggerhead, while charming paintings by Jane Chapman vividly illustrate one turtle's… More »
2 years & up. For the youngest member of an exuberant extended family, Sunday dinner at Grannie's can be full indeed - full of hugs and kisses, full of tasty dishes, full to the brim with happy faces, and full, full, full of love. With a special focus on the bond between little Jay Jay and his Grannie, the author introduces us to a gregarious family we are sure to want more, more, more of. 32 pages. Paperback.
Sun and his wife, the moon, lived on Earth and built a large house so that the water people could visit. But so many poured in that they were forced to move to the sky. An adaptation of an African folktale is interpreted with originality and harmony in this handsome, intriguing picture. Paperback
With Marilyn Hefner's new full color illustrations, bacteria and viruses have never looked so good! As packed with wit and good humor as with charts and diagrams, this book is still the best explanation of how your body fights germs. `An introduction to bacteria and viruses and how each of the two forms attacks cells and makes a person feel sick. The text mixes information with reassurance. . . . A nonthreatening first exposure, administered with a pleasant bedside manner. Paperback
PreK - Grade 1. Using small words and short sentences, this entry in the Pull-Ahead Books: Health series explains to young children the importance of keeping themselves clean. Each page features a few lines of text illustrated with a full-color photo of a child or children. In one practical section, Nelson not only explains when and why it is important to wash one's hands but she also describes how to do it well. Other topics introduced include brushing teeth and avoiding head lice. The book concludes… More »
In Animals and Their Senses, beginning readers will discover the interesting ways that animals use their senses. Each book focuses on one of the five senses and describes how a variety of animals- from large mammals to tiny insects- use that sense. Children will learn which animals have extraordinarily keen senses, as well as the range of sensations different animals experience. The simple text and colorful photographs will captivate all young readers. Paperback
4 yrs & up. Play ball! George is going to watch a baseball game. One curious little monkey in one big stadium makes for one exciting day at the ballpark! The paperback edition also includes a maze and spot the difference activity! Paperback
4 - 8 years. What did the dinosaurs do for fun? What really happened when the Jurassic gang wanted to let off some steam? They danced, of course! They rocked and rolled; they twirled and tromped! They had themselves a Dinosaur Stomp! 32 pages. Paperback.
How do you make a rainbow? If you are a weaver you can make a rainbow with wool. If you are a sheep you can BE a rainbow. Here's how. An artist raises sheep, shears them, cards and spins the wool, dyes it, and then weaves a colorful picture of the Kentucky pasture where her lambs were born. Hardback
In the rich, warm colors of autumn, here's a slice of American history as we watch Anna and her extended family help with the town's traditional fall apple harvest. Explore with this book the ways we are alike and different by exploring family identities, values and responsibilities. Paperback. 32 pages.
Young Verdi doesn?t want to grow up big and green. He likes his bright yellow skin and sporty stripes. Besides, all the green snakes he meets are lazy, boring, and rude. When Verdi finds a pale green stripe stretching along his whole body, he tries every trick he can think of to get rid of it?and ends up in a heap of trouble. Despite his efforts, Verdi turns green, but to his delight, he discovers that being green doesn?t mean he has to stop being himself. Hardback