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University Games
$27.92 at Amazon

<p><b>Spinner Books Science Fair Fun 5 Book Set -- Earth Science</b></p><p>This set has easy earth science projects for kids to do... with parents, teachers or all by themselves on topics like Electronics, Geology and Magnets. University Games was founded by Bob Moog and Cris Lehman, who recognized a developing niche in social interaction and learning games for adults and children. University Games creates educational board games designed so that players won't notice how much they are learning.</p><ul><li>Product Dimensions: 9.2 (L) x 6 (W) x 2.8 (H)</li><li>Age: 10 years and up</li></ul><br><BR>Recommended Ages:3 and up Read More

Innovative Kids
$8.99 at Magic Beans

It can take all of your powers of persuasion to get your little prince to take his rightful throne. Framing potty-training as a ti...me of accomplishment and independence is the best way to get it done, and the Prince of the Potty book by Innovative Kids does a great job teaching kids how to use the potty in a way that's both playful and fun. The Prince of the Potty book uses simple language that isn't too babyish to tell the story of a proud little prince and his newly-acquired bathroom habits. We especially appreciated how the little boy in the book is depicted as the prime mover of his own story - he decides to take on the challenge of the potty, with the help of his royal parents. Writer Nora Gaydos is an elementary school teacher with tremendous expertise in pre-reading skills, so this book is also tailored to lead your child towards learning to read. And illustrator Akemi Gutierrez is a seasoned illustrator and animator, whose drawings are absolutely adorable and kid-friendly. Read More

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
$12.21 at Amazon

This book is about a little girl, Katie Ann, who celebrates Christmas and Hanukkah. Her friends tell her she can't celebrate ...both holidays, so she writes to Santa Claus to ask what she should do. After reading Katie's letter, Santa Claus decides he also needs help from someone. Who does Santa Claus need help from? Who does he call? Find out when you read, When Santa Claus Met Hanukkah Harry. This book is beautifully illustrated in vibrant colors and the entire book is done in rhyme! Although this story is about a little girl who celebrates Christmas and Hanukkah, the story line is appropriate for any child. It give you, the parent, an opportunity to discuss the basic principles of different religions such as kindness, acceptance, peace and love. Also, the similar aspects of religion such as ritual, worship and celebration. By allowing your child to learn about how different religions celebrate it will help foster a greater understanding and respect for others... Read More

Flagship Carpets
$399.95 at SCHOOLSin

Help kids develop a love for reading with Flagship Carpets' Circle Time Books Rug. This colorful rug features a border of smiling ...books and an optional message. The classroom rug is constructed of dense nylon fiber that's treated with Scotchguard stain protection so it looks great year after year. Edges are tightly bound and double-stitched for maximum strength. Each rug comes with a permanent antimicrobial treatment that protects against odors, mold and mildew. The skid-resistant Action Bac woven backing system prevents wrinkles and bunching. Printed with Flagship's high-tech process, the design is crisp, clean and features fade-resistant saturated color. Flagship Carpets' Circle Time Books Rug is made in the USA and backed by a lifetime abrasive wear warranty.Key Features Fun smiling book design with optional message Dense nylon fiber construction with fade-resistant color Anti-soil, antimicrobial and anti-static treatments Woven backing prevents skidding and creasing CRI Green Label Plus certified Scotchguard stain protection Action Bac backing system Meets Class I flammability standards Backed by a lifetime wear warrantySpecifications Dimensions: 12' diameter Shape: Round Warranty: Lifetime limited Read More

Blackstone Audiobooks
$44.95 at Amazon

Rainbow Valley by L. M. Montgomery - Rainbow Valley (1919) is the seventh book in the chronology of the Anne of Green Gables serie...s by Lucy Maud Montgomery, although it was the fifth book published. In this book Anne Shirley is married with six children, but the book focuses more on her new neighbor, the new Presbyterian minister John Meredith, as well as the interactions between Anne's and John Meredith's children. The book is dedicated: "To the memory of Goldwin Lapp, Robert Brookes and Morley Shier who made the supreme sacrifice that the happy valleys of their home land might be kept sacred from the ravage of the invader." This refers to World War I, which is the main theme of the next and final book in the series, Rilla of Ingleside. Anne Shirley has now been married to Gilbert Blythe for 15 years, and the couple have six children: Jem, Walter, Nan, Di, Shirley, and Rilla. After a trip to London, Anne returns to the news that a new minister has arrived in Glen St. Mary. John Meredith is a widower with four young children: Gerald (Jerry), Faith, Una, and Thomas Carlyle (Carl). The children have not been properly brought up since the death of their mother, with only their father (who is easily absorbed by matters of theology) to parent them. The children are considered wild and mischievous by many of the families in the village (who tend only to hear about the Meredith children when they have gotten into some kind of scrape), causing them to question Mr. Meredith's parenting skills and his suitability as a minister. For most of the book, only the Blythes know of the Meredith children's loyalty and kindness. They rescue an orphaned girl, Mary Vance, from starvation, and Una finds a home for her with Mrs. Marshall Elliott. When the children get into trouble, Faith sometimes tries to explain their behavior to the townsfolk, which generally causes an even bigger scandal. The Merediths, Blythes, and Mary Vance often play in a hollow called Rainbow Valley, which becomes a gathering place for the children in the book. Jem Blythe tries to help the Merediths behave better by forming the "Good-Conduct Club," in which the Merediths punish themselves for misdeeds. Their self-imposed punishments lead to Carl becoming very ill with pneumonia after spending hours in a graveyard on a wet night, and to Una fainting in church after fasting all day. When this happens, John Meredith is wracked with guilt over his failings as a father. Read More

Brand: Windward Pub Co
$4.50 at Amazon

Kevin?s birthday fishing trip turns into an underwater parade when the Kingfish catches Kevin and introduces him to his exotic und...erwater companions. The delightful color illustrations of a child?s concept of catfish, kingfish, trumpetfish, balloonfish, puffer, and many more are by Kent Barton. Read More

VTech
$15.99 at Target

Find Educational Kits And Learning Tools at Target.com! VTech Touch and Teach Word Book is a great way to teach your child letters... and more than 100 words! Your little one will have endless fun with Cody the Smart Cub and Cora the Smart Cub on learning adventures that range from vocabulary and letters to music. Theyll explore words from 12 interactive pages that respond to touch while developing word association skills. Topics of learning include home, food, clothes, the zoo and more, and there are 15 melodies and 90 sounds to stimulate auditory recognition and musical creativity. Its endless interactive learning and fun! Gender: Unisex. Read More

Brand: Blackstone Audiobooks
$72.00 at Amazon

Rainbow Valley by L. M. Montgomery - Rainbow Valley (1919) is the seventh book in the chronology of the Anne of Green Gables serie...s by Lucy Maud Montgomery, although it was the fifth book published. In this book Anne Shirley is married with six children, but the book focuses more on her new neighbor, the new Presbyterian minister John Meredith, as well as the interactions between Anne's and John Meredith's children. The book is dedicated: "To the memory of Goldwin Lapp, Robert Brookes and Morley Shier who made the supreme sacrifice that the happy valleys of their home land might be kept sacred from the ravage of the invader." This refers to World War I, which is the main theme of the next and final book in the series, Rilla of Ingleside. Anne Shirley has now been married to Gilbert Blythe for 15 years, and the couple have six children: Jem, Walter, Nan, Di, Shirley, and Rilla. After a trip to London, Anne returns to the news that a new minister has arrived in Glen St. Mary. John Meredith is a widower with four young children: Gerald (Jerry), Faith, Una, and Thomas Carlyle (Carl). The children have not been properly brought up since the death of their mother, with only their father (who is easily absorbed by matters of theology) to parent them. The children are considered wild and mischievous by many of the families in the village (who tend only to hear about the Meredith children when they have gotten into some kind of scrape), causing them to question Mr. Meredith's parenting skills and his suitability as a minister. For most of the book, only the Blythes know of the Meredith children's loyalty and kindness. They rescue an orphaned girl, Mary Vance, from starvation, and Una finds a home for her with Mrs. Marshall Elliott. When the children get into trouble, Faith sometimes tries to explain their behavior to the townsfolk, which generally causes an even bigger scandal. The Merediths, Blythes, and Mary Vance often play in a hollow called Rainbow Valley, which becomes a gathering place for the children in the book. Jem Blythe tries to help the Merediths behave better by forming the "Good-Conduct Club," in which the Merediths punish themselves for misdeeds. Their self-imposed punishments lead to Carl becoming very ill with pneumonia after spending hours in a graveyard on a wet night, and to Una fainting in church after fasting all day. When this happens, John Meredith is wracked with guilt over his failings as a father. Read More

AuthorHouse
$11.57 at Amazon

It's hard being a runt. Harder still if you're missing one of your legs. Makes you pretty sure no family would adopt you. None of ...the other dogs in the shelter even wants to play with you. Makes you just want to put your head down, close your eyes, and give up. But Jimmy will find out that he can belong to a family and a pack of dogs and that even though life is really hard sometimes, life is good. Don't ever give up. ?. . . A rich reading experience for elementary school children. . . . A great classroom book full of lessons about language and life.? ? Kirkus Reviews ?. . . Celebrates difference and inclusion. . . . It is a perfect way to teach advocacy and empathy to kids and adults alike.? ?Cindy Lafon, Family Liaison, Parents Reaching Out, Albuquerque ?. . . Jimmy teaches children and grown-ups that everyone . . . deserves a safe and loving home, and that if you have that as the backdrop for your life you can overcome enormous challenges.? ? Nancy Ferguson, children's therapist, Dallas Read More

Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
$11.23 at Amazon

Every princess deserves her pink princess party. Complete with 30 recipes for snacks as well as crafts, Barbara Beery's new cookbo...ok will give you the recipe for the perfect party. <BR><BR>With full color photographs and menu ideas for pairing the best snacks with the crafts will make this appealing to parent and child. Six menu ideas include Enchanted Pony Party, Garden Fairy Party, Mermaid Princess Party and Snowflake Princess, but there is always the option the mix and match and create your own unique princess party! Read More

Random House
$11.69 at Amazon

<p>It's a mystery every month from popular A to Z Mysteries author Ron Roy!<br><br><b>May is for Magic...<br><br></b>In the fifth ...book of the Calendar Mysteries - an early chapter book mystery series featuring the younger siblings of the A to Z Mysteries detectives - twins Bradly and Brian are celebrating Mother's Day by treating their mom to a hypnotist's show. But when the Pinto family gets home from the show, the twins' mom starts acting strange. She splashes in the bathtub for hours, she leaves corn kernels all over - she even quacks! Bradley thinks his mom has been hypnotized into believing she's a duck! Can Bradley and Brian, with help from their friends Lucy and Nate, turn their mom back into their mom?<br><br>Parents, teachers, and librarians agree that these highly collectible chapter books are perfect for emerging readers and any kid who loves mysteries!</p><br><br><br><i>From the Trade Paperback edition.</i> Read More

Brand: CCB Publishing
$9.95 at Amazon

<p>This is the fifth book in a 12 book <i>Bedside Story Collection Series</i> spanning across the 12 months of the year. Each of ...the 12 bedside stories is reprinted in color from the author's black and white third edition book <i>Twelve Upon A Time</i>. Each monthly story is unique and illustrated by the original drawings of children whose interpretation of the words can only be seen through their eyes. <br>This May bedside story is entitled <i>The Mother's Day Surprise</i>. It tells the story of how children and animals strive to surprise a special mom on Mother's Day. <br>This May bedside story and all the stories are written to further the imagination of children and to strengthen the parent and child bond through the sharing of heartwarming, silly, absurd and believably impossible tales. <br>Watch for June's bedside collection story <i>Memories in Five Balloons</i> that follows the story of how a family survives with the death of their father and how they keep his memories alive each Father's Day. <p><b><u>About the Author</u>:</b> <br>As a doctorate level practitioner serving school children for more than 35 years, Edward Galluzzi became keenly aware that children and their parents often had in short supply what families needed the most: open communication and sharing time together. The <i>Bedside Story Collection Series</i> was written to provide families a moment here and a moment there to come together and share heart warming, silly and believably unbelievable tales. <br>The stories are tied typically to the main holiday or theme of each month, more or less. The characters in the stories are based on what children relate to the most... animals and other children. There are also over 100 colored drawings sketched by children ranging from 7 months to 12 years of age. The stories from Mr. Galluzzi's imagination and the drawings from theirs come together to stimulate the imaginations of children and open a whole new world for parents and their children to share. <br>That is his gift to your family. Time for sharing... time for laughing... time for talking... time for each other. Not once upon a time, but Twelve Upon A Time.... Read More

Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
$9.30 at Amazon

One day when Baby Hippo woke up, he was in such a rush to go and play that he forgot to give his mama a kiss... <BR> As Baby Hippo... wanders through the jungle, he hears "Kiss, kiss!" from all the other animal parents and babies. Finally he realizes what it is he forgot to do.... <BR> This adorable, loving book will be cherished on Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, or on any day a child wants a kiss from Mama. Read More

Paw Prints
$14.09 at Amazon

Rainbow Valley by L. M. Montgomery - Rainbow Valley (1919) is the seventh book in the chronology of the Anne of Green Gables serie...s by Lucy Maud Montgomery, although it was the fifth book published. In this book Anne Shirley is married with six children, but the book focuses more on her new neighbor, the new Presbyterian minister John Meredith, as well as the interactions between Anne's and John Meredith's children. The book is dedicated: "To the memory of Goldwin Lapp, Robert Brookes and Morley Shier who made the supreme sacrifice that the happy valleys of their home land might be kept sacred from the ravage of the invader." This refers to World War I, which is the main theme of the next and final book in the series, Rilla of Ingleside. Anne Shirley has now been married to Gilbert Blythe for 15 years, and the couple have six children: Jem, Walter, Nan, Di, Shirley, and Rilla. After a trip to London, Anne returns to the news that a new minister has arrived in Glen St. Mary. John Meredith is a widower with four young children: Gerald (Jerry), Faith, Una, and Thomas Carlyle (Carl). The children have not been properly brought up since the death of their mother, with only their father (who is easily absorbed by matters of theology) to parent them. The children are considered wild and mischievous by many of the families in the village (who tend only to hear about the Meredith children when they have gotten into some kind of scrape), causing them to question Mr. Meredith's parenting skills and his suitability as a minister. For most of the book, only the Blythes know of the Meredith children's loyalty and kindness. They rescue an orphaned girl, Mary Vance, from starvation, and Una finds a home for her with Mrs. Marshall Elliott. When the children get into trouble, Faith sometimes tries to explain their behavior to the townsfolk, which generally causes an even bigger scandal. The Merediths, Blythes, and Mary Vance often play in a hollow called Rainbow Valley, which becomes a gathering place for the children in the book. Jem Blythe tries to help the Merediths behave better by forming the "Good-Conduct Club," in which the Merediths punish themselves for misdeeds. Their self-imposed punishments lead to Carl becoming very ill with pneumonia after spending hours in a graveyard on a wet night, and to Una fainting in church after fasting all day. When this happens, John Meredith is wracked with guilt over his failings as a father. Read More

Brand: Ryland Peters n Small
$4.52 at Amazon

The festive season is the perfect time for crafting--getting busy with glue, paper, and scissors will fill kids with anticipation ...and excitement.<i> Christmas Crafting with Kids</i> is packed with more than 35 fun and imaginative seasonal projects for both boys and girls. There are dozens of achievable ideas for decorations, gifts, cards, and even handmade gift wrapping. Little crafters will enjoy making festive decorations such as paper chains, crackers, and handstitched stockings, as well as perfect gifts like cute snow shakers, decorated photoframes, and delicious chocolate brownies! All the classic crafting techniques are covered, from potato printing to sewing, baking, decoupage,modelling, stencilling, and more.<br><br> * 35 funky projects clearly illustrated with step-by-step instructions<br><br> * More than 60,000 copies already sold.<br><br> * Creative family fun for parents and children alike. Read More

Ascend Books
$11.65 at Amazon

Do you know a future Jayhawk whos old enough to begin learning their alphabet and numbers?Kansas Jayhawks ABCs and 1-2-3s is an al...phabet and counting book that teaches kids ages 2-7 all about KU!The universitys well-known mascot, the Jayhawk, guides the child reader through the book, teaching numbers, letters, colors, and points of interest about KU. For example, A is for Allen Fieldhouse, KUs legendary basketball arena. B is for Blue, one of the school colors and L is for Lawrence, the Jayhawks hometown.In addition to colorful characters and interesting facts, the book features an interactive push button that plays short audio clips of the KU Fight Song, the famous Rock-Chalk chant and other well-known themes associated with the University of Kansas.Kansas Jayhawks ABCs and 1-2-3s follows in the tradition of fine KU books from Ascend Books of Overland Park, Kansas, including At Home in the Phog, Coach Bill Self; A Good Place to Stop, by broadcaster Max Falkenstien; Rising to New Heights, by former KU quarterback Todd Reesing; and Reed All About It, by Tyrel Reed, KU Basketballs winningest player.The book is richly designed by Kansas artist Rob Peters.Endorsed by early childhood development specialists, Kansas Jayhawks ABCs and 1-2-3s is a wonderful addition to any childs library, as a birthday gift, for baby showers, for Christmas, Hanukkah or just because. Kansas Jayhawks ABCs and 1-2-3s is an officially licensed book of The University of Kansas. Read More

Learning Resources
$19.99 at Kmart

Research confirms that student achievement improves when you reach out and involved parents in their children's education!Provides... more than 300 math activities and games (120 blackline masters in English/Spanish) that parents can do at home with their childrenAligns with NCTM standards: number and operations, algebra, geometry, measurement, data analysis and probabilityHelps you partner with parents to differentiate instruction for mainstream education, intervention, special needs and ELL supportOrganized by grade (K-1, 2-3) and skillFeatures spiral binding for easy photocopyingGrades K-3 Read More

LeapFrog
$12.99 at Kmart

Take a spin down memory lane to relive Lightning McQueen's racing adventures all over the world! Use the #1 selling Tag Reading Sy...stem to bring this book to life. - After the story, play learning activities that help build vocabulary and reading comprehension skills. - This Early Reading book helps develop core phonics skills by using simple sentences and sounding out words as needed. The Early Reading series is part of the Tag Learn to Read System, and is designed to build upon basic reading skills and support children as they proceed at their own pace toward independent reading. The Tag Learn to Read System library features 80+ interactive books, puzzles, maps and more.- Parents can connect the Tag Reader to the online LeapFrog Learning Path to see what their child is playing and learning. - Appropriate for children ages 4 to 8 years. Tag Reader sold separately.Product Measures: 7.75 x 9.25 x 0.375Recommended Ages: 4 years - 8 years Read More

LeapFrog
$11.99 at Kmart

Help Dora count coconuts, bananas and more in English and Spanish. This Tag Junior Board book springs to life when you touch the T...ag Junior book pal to any part of any page. More than 24 playful activities and 150 audio responses encourage little ones to explore while helping build confidence with books. Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog Learning Path to see their child's progress and get printable activities to expand the learning. Read More

LeapFrog
$26.99 at Target

This 6-book set introduces vowels, digraphs, diphthongs and r-controlled vowels. Use the #1 selling Tag&trade; Reading System to b...ring this book set to life!The Tag Learn to Read Series combines fun stories with rich audio to help children identify how letter sounds come together to form words. Phonics fun leaps off the page while exploring digraphs and diphthongs in Book Set 4!This Early Reading book set helps develop core phonics skills by using simple sentences and sounding out words as needed. The Early Reading series is part of the Tag Learn to Read System, and is designed to build upon basic reading skills and support children as they proceed at their own pace toward independent reading. The Tag Learn to Read System library features 80+ interactive books, puzzles, maps and more.Children can earn online rewards and parents can connect the Tag Reader to the online LeapFrog&reg; Learning Path to see what their child is playing and learning. Read More

Hal Leonard
$5.95 at Walmart

The second book in the Essential Elements for Band series includes an easy to teach sight-reading system, logical sequence of skil...ls, band arrangements, Dr. Tim parent letters, and more. Effective pedagogy, a logical sequence of skills, innovative parental communication tools, multicultural songs, duets and full ban arrangements, and much more, create a method designed to help kids succeed.32 pages Size: 12 x 9 ISBN: 793512743 Read More

Hal Leonard
$5.95 at Walmart

The book that started the Essential Elements Band Method features music history right in the book, band arrangements, Dr. Tim pare...nt letter, quizzes, and a rhythm-based sequence. Effective pedagogy, a logical sequence of skills, innovative parental communication tools, multicultural songs, duets and full band arrangements, and much more, create a method designed to help kids succeed.32 pages Size: 12 x 9 ISBN: 793512611 Read More

Scholastic
$53.28 at Amazon

<DIV>Many children can read every word of a story, yet still struggle to understand its meaning. That?s where this breakthrough se...ries comes in! These lively books contain special “think-aloud? prompts that challenge children to predict, visualize, infer, connect, question, and more deeply understand a story?s meaning. And research shows that teaching kids to reflect meaningfully on stories helps them develop instant comprehension skills they can apply to everything they read. Includes 60 full-color books (5 x 12 titles) plus a big teaching guide filled with lessons, strategies, and reproducibles to reinforce learning. A truly innovative resource!<br><br>Includes these 12 titles:<br>1. Lucy?s Lemonade Stand<br>2. Birthday Hiccups<br>3. Cody?s Lucky Cap<br>4. The Perfect Pet Owner<br>5. Mack?s Made-Up Stories<br>6. The Backyard Adventure<br>7. Snow Friends<br>8. The Itchy Scratchy Caterpillar<br>9. A Dog Named Opposite<br>10. Patty?s Pictures<br>11. The Run-Away Soccer Ball<br>12. Becca?s Bike For use with Grades K-2.</div> Read More

Random House
$4.55 at Amazon

<p>It's a mystery every month from popular A to Z Mysteries author Ron Roy!<br><br><b>May is for Magic...<br><br></b>In the fifth ...book of the Calendar Mysteries - an early chapter book mystery series featuring the younger siblings of the A to Z Mysteries detectives - twins Bradly and Brian are celebrating Mother's Day by treating their mom to a hypnotist's show. But when the Pinto family gets home from the show, the twins' mom starts acting strange. She splashes in the bathtub for hours, she leaves corn kernels all over - she even quacks! Bradley thinks his mom has been hypnotized into believing she's a duck! Can Bradley and Brian, with help from their friends Lucy and Nate, turn their mom back into their mom?<br><br>Parents, teachers, and librarians agree that these highly collectible chapter books are perfect for emerging readers and any kid who loves mysteries!</p> Read More

Shutterfly
$19.99 at Shutterfly

Finally a place to highlight your child's artwork besides the refrigerator! Include all their masterpieces in this premium photo b...ook style. Minimalist frames let your child's artwork take center stage. Colorful scribbles accent your child's art while stickers let you highlight your favorite pieces. Feature a picture of your creative child in action and include an artist bio next to a gallery of their most inspired work. Use specially designed pages to trace handprints or add more art to this very special photo book AFTER it's been received. A perfect gift for any parent or grandparent. Designed by Paislee Press. Read More

$21.10 at Walmart

Parents Please Sign & Return Sweet-Arts Artistic Rubber Stamp This stamp is made with the finest materials and craftsmanship. The ...handle is hand cut maple, the stamp impression is of great detail, hand cut and matted. The top surface of clear mylar is washable and shows off the fine detailed image. This stamp is made to last a lifetime! Read More

$70.08 at Walmart

Parents Please Sign & Return Sweet-Arts Artistic Rubber Stamp This stamp is made with the finest materials and craftsmanship. The ...handle is hand cut maple, the stamp impression is of great detail, hand cut and matted. The top surface of clear mylar is washable and shows off the fine detailed image. This stamp is made to last a lifetime! Read More

Brand: Adams Media
$14.72 at Amazon

<DIV><P>Parents want the best for their children, starting with what they eat. This book includes both information and recipes so ...readers can educate themselves about organics and prepare all-natural meals for their children. Readers will discover how to know if foods are really organic, prepare natural baby and toddler meals at home, grow their own organic produce, make delicious dishes like Apple and Carrot Mash and Potato-Crusted Vegetable Quiche, and more! This book gives readers all the tools and know-how they need to shop economically, find the best organic foods, and prepare the perfect meals for their little ones.</P></DIV> Read More

Tate Publishing & Enterprises
$8.99 at Amazon

With a child's imagination and faith, anything is possible! In Jacob and the Buglies, Dr. Walter Osborne introduces young readers ...to a young boy named Jacob and his new Buglie friends Isaac, Hank and Helen, and takes them on a heartfelt journey not to be forgotten. While the Buglies make their home in a dollhouse, they guide and comfort children through the always difficult situations that come with growing up. The lessons learned and friendships made will last a lifetime, and parents and children alike will love the divine hearts of the Buglies and love of God that soars through the pages of this delightful new children's tale. Read More

Brand: School Zone Pub
$2.99 at Amazon

Learning to write letters correctly is a big step in your child s journey into written communication! Manuscript Writing, a 32-pag...e workbook from the I Know It! series, guides the development of legible printing with instruction and practice exercises. The pages include the proper starting points for each letter stroke. Plus, as your child starts learning keyboarding skills and expanding reading abilities, this writing practice helps reinforce letter and letter-sound recognition. Playful illustrations help make learning fun. Read More

Ampelon Publishing
$10.99 at Amazon

Greater Than a Superhero takes both parent and child through a discovery into the remarkable scriptures of the Armor of God (Ephes...ians 6), examining each piece of armor and bringing them to real life in the mind and heart of their child. "Can I be a superhero when I grow up?" Join Luke in the exploration that not only is he already a superhero, he is greater than a superhero when equipped with the Armor of God ... Read More

Holly Hill Press
$9.95 at Amazon

A beautifully illustrated early reader for parent and child, based on an engaging poem and with fifteen, fine art, picture-postcar...d images of classic Cape Cod scenes reminiscent of children s picture books more commonly found a century ago, but also refreshingly today. Read More

HarperCollins
$3.99 at Amazon

<p>Join Mercer Mayer's classic and loveable character, Little Critter®, as he sets out on a new adventure in this brand-new My Fir...st I Can Read storybook! When Mom and Little Sister go to town, Dad treats Little Critter to a special day. Together they ride bikes, play football, and catch a baseball game. Little Critter even has a special surprise for Dad when they get home! With fun illustrations and simple text, Mercer Mayer's Little Critter stories are perfect for developing readers.</p><p><em>Little Critter: Just A Special Day</em> is a My First I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for shared reading with a child.</p> Read More

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
$9.97 at Amazon

"Meet The Mammoth" - A nonfiction book for children. <br><br> This Mammoth book is filled with cool pictures and interesting facts... about these long gone creatures that once roamed the planet. <br><br> If you want to learn about the Mammoth, then this book - "Meet The Mammoth" - gives you the answers to questions, including: <br><br> - When did the Mammoth live? <br> - What was the Mammoth's feeding habits like? <br> - How did the Mammoth move? <br> - Why did Mammoths become extinct? <br> ... and more! <br><br> The Mammoth was an amazing creature and has been studied for many years. So, if you want your child to know more than their teacher about the Mammoth then you need to grab a copy of "Meet The Mammoth" right now. <br><br> Combining fantastic images of the Mammoth with interesting facts, this is a perfect children's book about the mighty Mammoth. <br><br> This book uses language that is simple enough for children to read on their own or to read alongside a parent, guardian or teacher. Read More

Archway Publishing
$17.45 at Amazon

<p>Two parents are doing everything they can to have a child. While they embark on a whimsical journey to build on their family, t...hey dream about their baby, learn that love has no boundaries, and make the amazing discovery: there are many ways to have a baby. As they learn to see with new eyes, they begin the biggest adventure of their lives into the world of surrogacy ?where they must rely on perseverance, courage, and hope to rise above the challenges.</p> <p>Una pareja hace todo lo posible por tener un hijo. Al embarcarse en un caprichoso viaje para ampliar su familia, sueñan con su bebé, aprenden que el amor no tiene fronteras y descubren algo increíble: hay muchas maneras de tener un hijo. A medida que aprenden a ver la realidad con nuevos ojos, comienzan la aventura más grande de sus vidas en el mundo de la subrogación, donde deben apoyarse en la perseverancia, la valentía y la esperanza para superar los desafíos.</p> Read More

Adult
$19.99 at Amazon

<P>Box Tops for Education is a nationwide initiative that helps parents earn money for their children?s schools by clipping the fa...miliar pink Box Tops coupons from hundreds of products; more than 90,000 K?8 schools participate, and more than $74 million was raised for schools in the 2011-2012 school year. In this special edition of the classic <I>Betty Crocker Cookbook</I>, Betty Crocker teams up with BTFE to offer fun and delicious ways to earn money for your school. It includes the entire 11th edition of the <I>Betty Crocker Cookbook</I>, with 1,500 recipes and 1,100 photos, plus a specially designed bonus section of scrumptious baked treats?such as Brownie Pops, Yogurt-Bran Muffins, and Baseball Game Cupcakes?many of which are ideal for making with kids. Each new recipe indicates the Box Tops products used and number of coupons earned. The book also highlights the best products for collecting Box Tops any time you cook, and even comes with 10 Box Top coupons. Read More

Amulet Books
$11.97 at Amazon

<div></div> <P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-pagination: none; mso-layout-grid-align: none" class=MsoNormal><I>The Secret of Ro...ver </I>follows the clever and resourceful twins Katie and David as they race across country in their attempt to outwit an international team of insurgents who hold their parents and baby sister captive in a foreign land.<BR></P> <P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-pagination: none; mso-layout-grid-align: none" class=MsoNormal><BR>Held hostage because they invented a spy technology called Rover that can locate anyone in the world, Katie and David?s parents are in grave danger. Now, it?s up to Katie and David to rescue them. But first they must find their reclusive uncle, whom they have never met?the only person they know who can help them. <BR><BR></P> <P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-pagination: none; mso-layout-grid-align: none" class=MsoNormal>This page-turning story from a debut author with insider knowledge of Washington is fun, suspenseful, and convincingly real.<BR><BR><B>Praise for <I>The Secret of Rover<BR></I></B></P>*STARRED REVIEW*<BR>?David and Katie?s relationship is realistically and amusingly portrayed in all its sibling rivalry and friendship. Fun, intelligent, political page-turner.? ?<I>School Library Journal</I>, starred review <BR><BR>?One of the drawbacks of young-adult fiction these days is that compelling stories, well told, so often include both expletives and depictions of dark unpleasantness that many parents would rather their teenagers not encounter. Rachel Wildavsky's The Secret of Rover offers a considerably gentler degree of tension for children. Somehow, even as the action heads toward its big conclusion, it all happens without expletives.? ?<I>Wall Street Journal <BR><BR></I>?As if a road trip without any money isn't exciting enough, escape from demented villains ups the ante in this survival tale with international-spy overtones. Sort of a <I>24</I> for middle-grade readers. Fans of spy stories and political intrigue will find plenty to appreciate here?? ?<I>Kirkus Reviews<BR></I><BR>?Kids making the transition from series mysteries to more sophisticated thrillers will do well by this suspenseful and age-appropriate drama.? ?<I>Bulletin of the Center for Children?s Books <BR><BR></I>?Let?s hope that the sequel won?t be so long in appearing, because children need more first class books to read.? ?<I>The Washington Examiner</I> <BR><BR> <P class=MsoNormal>?Wildavsky spins a yarn that?s tight and compelling, balancing high-stakes jeopardy (escaping kidnappers in a high-speed car chase) with more basic, earthy troubles (what to eat and where to go to the bathroom). Carefully placed bread crumbs will satisfy young mystery enthusiasts, while the sweet, detailed portrait of a tightly knit family will widen this title?s appeal.? ?<I>Booklist</I></P> Read More

Brand: Firestorm Editions
$17.78 at Amazon

<b>NO WHEAT, GLUTEN, GRAINS, SUGAR, OR DAIRY</b> <br><br>Introducing your child to a Paleo lifestyle has never been easier! With i...ts delightful illustrations and basic<b></b> instructions, <i>Paleo Cooking for Cavekids</i> engages young children as they measure, stir, and cook in the kitchen. Instead of gourmet meals with numerous ingredients and extensive instructions, these recipes are designed to be simple so preschoolers and older kids get hands-on experience with "caveman" cooking. <i><b>Each recipe includes minimal ingredients and an easy-to-follow illustrated step-by-step guide so that even children who can't yet read can create their own Paleo foods.</b></i> With the assistance of this cookbook, your family--even your toddler!--will happily eat kale, fish, broccoli, and seaweed. <br> <br> <b>"Mommy, can we make APPLE SMILES?" ~ Audrey, 3-years-old</b> <br> <br> <b>"Mmmmmmmmm..." ~ Amelia, 1-year-old</b> <br> <br> Ideal for kids with allergies or parents who want to encourage their family to eat a Paleo diet, <i>Paleo Cooking for Cavekids</i> will teach children the basics of cooking and increase their willingness to eat new foods. And nothing beats the boost in pride and self-esteem that kids get when they've cooked a meal "all by themselves!" <br><br> This exciting <b>wheat-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free</b> Paleo cookbook for kids will be fun for the whole family! Read More

Duo Press
$7.95 at Amazon

<div>Count from 1 to 10 with some of America?s most cherished symbols and landmarks in this board book designed for curious childr...en and their parents. The Statue of Liberty, The White House, the bald eagle, apple pie, Uncle Sam?s top hats, and more are all depicted here using amusing illustrations, dazzling colors, and bold, clear design. The final page includes a complete location list—both in English and in Spanish—where parents can locate the symbols and landmarks and participate in this entertaining trip to America. A fantastic guide to practicing essential number skills, kids will enjoy reading it over and over again.</div> Read More

lulu.com
$13.13 at Amazon

Creative Writing for Teens is part of the Creative Writing for Kids series. This series brings out the fun in creative writing and... literacy, helping young people to develop creative thinking and gain new skills. The creative work is a combination of practical/technical exercises, such as leaflets and reports and imaginative writing with exciting and gripping story ideas. The work is fully guided with lots of example answers, including a detailed and immersive project at the end of the book. All the exercises have been used in real-life tuition and classes, with different ages and abilities, by students aged 13 to 19 Read More

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
$17.99 at Amazon

www.fredthefox.com Fred the Fox learns that there's more than "stranger danger" out there. His parents teach him that sometimes yo...u need to watch out for people your family knows too. Mommy and Daddy Fox help Fred find a strong voice inside. Fred is your everyday fox child helping to convey an important lesson in a clear, direct way. www.fredthefox.com Read More

DK Publishing
$2.15 at Amazon

Through the letters of a squire of the knight Sir Edmund Perry, readers are immersed in the life at Oxney Castle in Medieval Engla...nd. In <i>Battle at the Castle</i> children just beginning to learn to read will experience the excitement of a tournament, the preparations for an attack, and the action of the battle. Will help arrive in time to save the castle under siege? <p><i>DK Readers</i> is a multi-level reading program guaranteed to capture children's interest while developing their reading skills and general knowledge. With nine new exciting titles to choose from this season, kid's ages 4-10 will find the perfect book at their appropriate reading level to help with school projects or independent reading.</p> <p>Supports the Common Core State Standards.</p> Read More

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
$10.99 at Amazon

<p><i> I wish I were taller. Or more interesting. Or just less boring.</i> thought Normal Nina one day as she stepped outside her ...house to discover a mysterious giant red box with a strangely-familiar genie inside.</p> <p>But when her three wishes don?t solve her problems in quite the way she hoped, she starts to wonder whether being Normal Nina is really all that bad.</p> <p>Ian Sadler?s story of self-discovery, <i>Normal Nina and her Magic Box</i>, is a fun rhyming tale that teaches children that just being themselves is the best thing they can be.</p> <p>Children will enjoy the wild ways that Normal Nina?s wishes turn out ? from drinking stewed tadpoles in slime or muddling up her words, to growing enormous feet.</p> <p>Parents and teachers will appreciate the subtle, gentle way this book teaches kids how to value who they are and what they have to offer in life.</p> Read More

Brand: Boyds Mills Press
$9.95 at Amazon

<div>The everyday sights, sounds and smells of a colorful and bustling city come alive in this book - a child's view of Boston. Ma...ryann Cocca-Leffler remembers frequent bus trips she took into the city as a girl with her mother and little sister. Together they shopped for delicious treats in the Italian North End - warm pizza and creamy cannoli - or stopped for ice cream sundaes at Bailey's after a day of bargain hunting at Filene's Basement. One of the best things about the trips was the bus driver, Bill. He started his route each day in their neighborhood and knew all the kids on the street. In this engaging Parents' Choice Award book, the author-artist conveys all the warmth and simple pleasure of childhood memories and the people and places that made them so special.</div> Read More

Thomas Nelson
$5.20 at Amazon

<P>Get up-close and personal with an elephant family from Africa that has a new calf named Lizzie. Kids will follow Lizzie's wande...ring adventure that leads her a little too far from home and along the journey, will learn real-life facts about elephant families. "What do elephants eat? Why do birds follow elephants?" These are natural questions that would pop up in a story about elephants, and now, there is a picture book that answers them. Realistic habitats are paired with endearing characters to create a factual and entertaining story that parents, teachers, and children all will enjoy. Clear, acetate pages enhance these realistic illustrations, adding an element of surprise, and the story literally unfolds with the gatefold spread included in this concealed-spiral-bound book.</P> Read More

Continental Press
$8.02 at Amazon

What is the most dangerous animal on Earth? With level H of Reading for Comprehension, your students will learn all about this kid...-friendly topic and many more. This book for grade 8 students includes 46 high-interest, nonfiction articles with questions that reinforce key reading and writing skills commonly found on state tests. Multiple-choice questions test these reading skills: vocabulary, main idea and details, sequence, cause and effect, and inferences and conclusions. Students also answer open-ended questions to practice writing narrative text, descriptive text, persuasive text, and expository text. <p>Continental Press has expanded its product offerings to support students in key curriculum areas and at many levels of learning. We offer exceptional materials for students, parents, teachers, and administrators at fair and affordable prices.<p> We publish programs in a variety of subject areas, including: <p> -Early Literacy<br> -Phonics<br> -Language Skills<br> -Reading Comprehension<br> -Vocabulary<br> -Content Reading in Geography, Mathematics, Science, & Social Studies<br> -Mathematics<br> -State Testing<P><i>A teachers guide or answer key is sold separately. Visit continentalpress.com for details.</i> Read More

Chronicle Books
$9.16 at Amazon

Braces. Bullies. Chores. Childhood is chock-full of perilsbut finally here's something to come to the rescue. The newest title in ...the phenomenally successful Worst-Case Scenario series provides kid-friendly, hands-on, step-by-step instructions for outwitting a nosy sibling, surviving a school dance, cleaning your room in a snap, dealing with an irritated parent (recognizing the tell-tale signs!), and more. Read More

Brand: Hart Publishing
$58.00 at Amazon

This volume brings together scholars and practitioners from the US and Europe specializing in juvenile justice alongside scholars ...from Africa and Asia who are working on human rights issues in developing countries or countries in transition. The book presents two types of papers: descriptive and analytical academic papers on whole systems of juvenile justice or aspects of those systems (aftercare, restorative justice, etc.), and papers which deal with efforts to promote reform through international activity and through efforts to utilize modern theory in national reforms in developing countries (Malawi, Nepal, and Serbia) or in countries experiencing current or recent political and systemic changes or developments (South Africa, Germany, and Poland). The volume is also intended to throw light on recent trends in juvenile crime in various countries, the relationship between actual developments and popular and political perceptions, and reactions to such developments (including efforts to find alternatives to the incarceration of young offenders). A streak of new moralism is clearly discernable as a counteracting force against more humane reform efforts. The book throws light on developments in the actual parameters of juvenile offending, public and political demands for security and public intervention, and measures to provide interventions which are at the same time compatible with international human rights instruments. Read More

McNerney Publications, LLC
$7.95 at Amazon

AT THE ZOO is a title in the Tell Me, Tell Me, What Do You See? TM Series - a Mom's Choice Awards Gold Recipient of the prestigiou...s national Mom's Choice Awards in the Novelty Children's Picture Book Series category. UNIQUE, really FUN books! This educational picture book series was created by a Junior Kindergarten teacher and mother of three in a distinctive accordion-style format for preschoolers and children with challenges who are learning to read. Each book illustrates five concepts: action, feeling/description, color, number, and shape/size. They are reinforced on the back pages to provide an easy and enjoyable learning pattern to develop literacy skills for toddlers and beginner readers. Large, vivid photographs engage the child with their everyday world. Simple, repetitive black-on-white text enhances vocabulary and word recognition and appeals to children of all learning abilities. Children develop motor skills while having fun with the entertaining accordion-style format! Take-along size 5.5 x 6 fits easily in a purse, backpack, etc. Safe too! These books are printed in the USA with non-toxic soy-based ink and a non-toxic UV coating for spill resistance. BONUS! Two sticker sheets of the photographs in the book [10 removable stickers per sheet] plus an Activity Card included with each book. To learn more, please visit ReallyFunBooks.com. Read More

Brand: Sterling
$16.95 at Amazon

<DIV><P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt">Ever wonder how Santa delivers so many presents in just one night? Why he never gets stuck in ...a chimney? Or what he does when the holidays are over? Guess no more, because the truth is finally revealed!</p><P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt">Enter Santa?s secret world with this delightful book, which features fun pop-ups—including the amazing gift-making machine and a sleigh that practically flies off the page. A child?s letter to Santa appears on every spread, along with his tell-all answer. It?s perfect for parents and kids to share as they await the arrival of Old St. Nick!</P><P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt">Santa?s secrets include:</P><P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt">- Where he lives in the North Pole </p><P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt">- Why no one sees him as he drops off his goodies</P><P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt">- What kind of sleigh he drives</P><P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt">- How he makes all those presents in time and more!</P></DIV><P> </P> Read More

National Geographic
$4.99 at Amazon

The engaging Explore My World picture books invite kids to take their first big steps toward understanding the world around them a...nd are just the thing for parents and kids to curl up with and read aloud. In <i>Explore My World Snow Leopards, </i>curious kids ages 3 to 7 will be excited to learn about rare and beautiful snow leopards: their habitat, how they've adapted for a cold climate, and how they care for and teach their cubs. Read More

Scholastic
$7.99 at Amazon

<div>Did you ever wonder what it would be like if your dad was president of the United States?<br><br>From the private quarters of... the White House, this book, written by a kid, for kids, will make readers laugh and get children hooked on history in a way they never thought possible! First Kids are, and were, kids like any other, they just lived with parents who happened to be busy running the free world. This book will highlight all of the 43 president's children leading into their adulthood. It will cover likes and dislikes and go in-depth from the games they played to the vegetables they despised.</div> Read More

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