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1, 2, 3 Compte avec moi  

Cette série colorée introduisent à partir des concepts mathématiques. Comptez par 2s, 5s, 10s, et même tout le chemin jusqu'à 100! Chaque livre augmente nombre de familiarité, de comptage, et des compétences en mathématiques, tout en introduisant des faits amusants sur des sujets populaires de la petite enfance.

1, 2, 3... Count with Me

Young readers will build counting skills and content knowledge with these delightful counting books! Each book increases number familiarity and counting skills, while also introducing fun facts about popular early childhood topics. Each spread clearly displays the featured number, plus photos to depict that number of objects. Simple text and high-impact photos develop basic math skills.

21st Century Disasters (Beacon)

This series introduces readers to some of the biggest catastrophes in recent history and the thrilling stories of people who survived them. Each book explores the science behind how each disaster happened, the people and communities it affected, and the work scientists are doing to prevent future destruction.

21st Century Inventions

Many inventions of the 21st century have changed the way people live their lives. This series highlights these great inventions and prompts students to see how their own lives have been changed because of them. Books provide a basic look at the technology behind each invention, discuss what people used before the product was invented, and examine the impact of the invention.

50 Things You Didn't Know About

A fun and engaging way for readers to explore a new topic, broaden their knowledge on a favourite subject, or just have a few laughs. Each book in this series is filled with true facts and trivia about historical topics ranging from daily life to the most unusual customs.

A Bicycle in Beijing

One day, while living in a hutong in Beijing, a boy returns home to find that his dad has purchased a shiny new bike for work. He begs his father to let him ride it. When his father finally agrees, he races around the neighbourhood to show off the bike. Before long, the boy gets careless. He rips his pants, lets his friends pile on like acrobats in the circus, and finally wrecks the bike. Sheepishly, he returns the bike to his dad, who stays up all night fixing it. The experience teaches him the

A Book of Bridges: Here to There and Me to You  

Bridges are some of the most fascinating structures in our landscape, and they come in all forms. From towering suspension bridges to humble stone crossings, this book visits them all in sweet, bouncing text with expository sidebars. But while bridges can be quite grand, this reminds us that their main purpose is bringing people together. This is perfect for budding architects, as well as readers who can relate to having loved ones who live far away.

A Boy Like You

There's more to being a boy than sports, feats of daring, and keeping a stiff upper lip. A Boy Like You encourages every boy to embrace all the things that make him unique, to be brave and ask for help, to tell his own story and listen to the stories of those around him. In an age when boys are expected to fit into a particular mold, this book celebrates all the wonderful ways to be a boy.

A Cape!

When a boy finds a cape (!!!) he knows it must mean he has a superpower, everyone with a cape has one. But dad is far too distracted to play, until the boy discovers he does have a superpower--a super powerful imagination!--far too powerful for dad to resist. This is a silly celebration of childhood, imagination, and the power of play.

A Cookie for Santa

In this clever twist on the Night Before Christmas, a gingerbread boy cookie is carefully crafted and placed on a plate. He was made special to serve as Santa's nighttime snack, a thank-you for all the presents he will deliver. The cookie wonders if he is brave enough to face up to his holiday duty. But instead of spending the evening contemplating his fate, the gingerbread boy finds himself facing two rambunctious puppies experiencing their very first Christmas. Their mischief includes a tug-of