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This series introduces early readers to the seven continents of our world. Students learn about the climate, landforms, plants, animals, and people of each continent. Labelled maps and fun facts further young readers? learning.
Kids are naturally curious about the world around them, and our Continents of the World series lets young readers explore all sorts of exotic places! Brilliant colour photographs, maps, and easy-to-read text vividly portray the land, people, animals, and cultures of Earth?s seven continents. A phonetic glossary and sources for further information invite readers to continue exploring on their own.
Cook's Cook follows the 1768 journey of James Cook's H.M. Endeavour with his ship's cook, the one-handed John Thompson, as story teller. Through real recipes from the ship's mess, events on board and the places the ship traveled on its way to the Pacific, the book tells multiple stories. Here are stories of social class, hierarchy and race; stories of explorers and the people of the land; the story of one of the world's most famous explorers told through a fresh new lens.
Animal Superpowers will help readers compare species that have unique sensory and physical attributes to help them survive. By exploring the unique features of each animal readers will learn about the diversity of life on Earth. Simple vocabulary and a lively, humorous presentation of facts combine with eye-popping photos to grab young readers. Aligns to curriculum for learning about different animals as well as compare and contrast analysis.
Each book is an attractive, informative profile of a country. Each spread highlights a different topic. Book are great for research and should foster in readers a sense of curiosity and discovery of new places.
Adventure abroad! This series takes young explorers on a world tour. Readers will stop at famous landmarks, meet new people groups, and experience unique customs and holidays. To further celebrate cultural diversity, these books teach how to speak foreign words, cook staple foods, and play traditional games.
YA do-it-yourselfers will find inspiration to create unique craft projects, most of which are made of materials found at home or second-hand. In fact, hunting down the materials for these projects is part of the fun! The thirty projects allow for a mix of levels of difficulty. Crafts included repurposing a crewneck sweater into a cardigan, a purse, or fingerless gloves; turning wrapping paper into origami paper balloons, a flower garland, or a personalized journal; remaking old socks into arm warmers, mittens, or a phone sleeve; and more!
A sandhill crane lifts a stick. A construction crane lifts a log. The two cranes grab, stretch, and stack, working through bad weather and difficult obstacles toward their end goal: building a home for a new family. Told in a simple sequence of verbs, this colorful picture book demonstrates how the mechanical world mirrors the natural world.
This charming Crayola® series is a celebration of colour in our world—how new colours are discovered, the role colour plays in cultures around the world, and what colour does in nature and in art. Readers will explore the red of Chinese New Year, how darks and lights work together in paintings, the orange and black of a monarch butterfly, why we see colours the way we do, and more. Brightly coloured photos, simple text, and fun Crayola design features come together to help readers understand and celebrate colour.
Celebrate the holidays in vibrant colour with Crayola®. Dazzling photos and engaging text explore each holiday's traditions. A back matter feature correlates the colours in the photos to Crayola colours, and each book includes a reproducible colouring page.