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Where do painters work? What tools do sculptors use? You can answer these questions and more with this engaging series. Vibrant photographs and carefully levelled text introduce emergent readers to visual and performing artists working in a variety of fields. The narrative nonfiction format engages readers in the process of creating art and encourages them to try it themselves.
In this delightful tale of the power of the imagination, Art's supplies come to life in the studio, creating mayhem and magic and art! Pastels, pencils, paints, crayons, brushes and markers...everything gets in on the act of creating a mess-terpiece of fun. Chris Tougas's brilliant illustrations and clever text explore the essence of the creative process in a way that children will understand. Kids will want to grab some coloured pencils and get to work themselves.
There are freshwater marshes in every county of every state in the United States, as well as in every country of the world except Antarctica. And in every marsh, there is an opportunity to view dozens of species of animal life. Written in a rhyming cumulative style like The House that Jack Built, At the Marsh in the Meadow portrays the wetlands food chain, showing how all forms of life, from the mud at the bottom of the marsh to the birds in the sky, are directly connected to their marsh home. A
This touching tribute to an Auntie's love celebrates the sweet bond between an aunt and her little bunny. From tender snuggles to play and giggles, author Helen Foster James and illustrator Petra Brown capture the unique relationship in loving colour.
For many years, people have loved dogs for their fun feats and traits. Some follow their noses to track scents while others show off skills in dog sports. They may wow crowds with tricks, and show their loving side by welcoming new friends. This series explores a brief history of each popular dog breed and all that makes them unique and awesome!
This series will introduce primary grades readers to different kinds of awesome cars-a high-interest topic that has plenty of kid appeal. With colourful, captivating photos and clear, lively text, each book covers a different type of car.
Tiny critters in your hair. Wiggling worms in your gut. Grossed out yet? Awful, Disgusting Parasites will have readers examining these nasty organisms, including where they thrive and how they impact people. Great books for hitting Next Gen Science standards. Readers won't be able to look away from these hi/lo books.
This exciting series gives young readers an inside peek into the lives of adorable baby African animals! Captivating photographs and clear, lively text bring second-grade life science curricular concepts to life. Each book covers the animal's birth and life cycle, how the animal is alike and different from its parents, what it eats, how it matures, how it interacts with its habitat, and more.
Each title in this adorable and informative series gives young readers a peek into the lives of the cutest baby animals down under. Captivating photos and clear, lively text cover life science curriculum concepts such as life cycle, animal behaviour, and animals interacting with their habitat.
When an egg arrives on his doorstep, Beast doesn't quite know what to do: feed it? Take it for a nice long walk? Drop it? Doctor Yoko tells him he must keep it warm and just wait, but exactly what he's waiting for is a mystery to the Beast. . . .Side-splitting humour from award-winning Chris Judge: adults will recognize (some of) Beast's first-time child-care mistakes, while children laugh out loud.