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You don't have to be wearing a lab coat to learn about science--science starts with observing the world around us! Adventures in a cave, in the dark, in bad weather, and even in the kitchen provide the backdrop for learning about the properties of sound, light, heat, and more. Use these books to show kids how science is relevant in our everyday lives.
Meet Lottie Lipton, nine-year-old investigator extraordinaire! Her home in the British Museum means she is never far away from mystery and exciting adventures, usually involving priceless artefacts. With interactive clues throughout each book, readers can help solve the mysteries.
Aesop's fables are still relevant, even though it can be hard for young people to identify with the tales. This series remixes the fables into modern settings with relatable human characters. We may not be crying “wolf,” but lying still leads to mistrust, and these updated stories let kids explore how the morals relate to their lives.
In this whimsically illustrated board book, a poem expresses the joys of being out in the natural world as "the gladdest thing under the sun.
When she was seven years old, Geraldine (Jerrie) Mock took her first airplane ride. She decided then and there to be a pilot. Growing up, she was inspired by radio broadcasts detailing the travels of aviatrix Amelia Earhart. Joan Merriam was 15 when she took her first plane ride in 1952. She got her pilot's license before she could even drive a car. And like Jerrie, Joan too was inspired by Earhart and wanted to circle the globe, following Earhart's exact route. Years later, when both women begi
Militaries around the world use aircraft to defend and attack. Huge bombers take out the enemy. Fighter jets hide from radar. With hi/lo text and powerful infographics, readers will soar along with the fastest and most powerful military aircraft in the air today.
A young girl with a big imagination learns about nature and the secrets of metamorphosis as she observes two special caterpillars–from the moment she discovers their eggs on the milkweed leaves until their emergence as beautiful monarch butterflies. This is realistic fiction followed by informational text, which includes a page of interesting facts, maps of the monarch migration, tips on growing a butterfly-friendly garden, and a butterfly song (complete with music).
A funky, large-format first book of words and pictures, Aleph is a book to share. Its instantly appealing illustrations introduce shapes, objects, and stories. Through big graphic images and contrasting colors, it takes the reader from basic shapes and familiar objects to a wider world, full of story, character, and wonder. This funny, beautiful, surprising book includes a playful index of first words-a baby dictionary!
Explore the ways in which people and cultures are similar and how they're unique in the Alike and Different series. Diverse young narrators set out to explore similarities and differences between people and cultures by comparing and contrasting their own lives to their friends' and neighbours' lives. Kid-friendly text and appealing illustrations make these narrative nonfiction books fun.
All aboard for the Bobo Road! Fatima and Galo load the luggage while their dad Big Ali drives the bus. Help count on bikes, sacks of rice, melons and even goats and chickens as the bus travels past Gurunsi houses, the hippo lake, waterfalls and jungle, all the way to Bobo. With the authentic setting in Burkina Faso drawn from the author's own experience, this is a wonderfully fun introduction for small children to an amazing culture.