In this colourful peepo book, small children are invited to peek through the holes on every other page to answer the repeating refrain, Who's in the forest, dark and deep? The playful, energetic, rhyming text introduces all sorts of creatures that make their home in the forest. Chunky boards and peepo portholes give this book lots of toddler appeal Energetic rhyming text builds early language skills Dark and deep forest theme makes this a fun book for Hallowe'en Com rhyming text builds early language skills Dark and deep forest theme makes this a fun book for Hallowe'en Combine with partner peepo book Who's in the Garden? To discover creatures closer to home.… read more
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Homework can be a stressful affair for everyone involved. Juggling after-school activities, meal prep and housework, it often takes a village to get reading assignments, flashcards and worksheets completed at a decent hour. We've yet to find out how to make schoolwork magically disappear altogether, but we can tip parents off on how to make the situation more manageable. Here's how to create a quiet, supervised and streamlined area where kids can study at home.
Target was a go-to for the trendiest Christmas toys last year, and you can expect even more of the same great Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday sales on kids' favorite brands in 2018. From Air Hogs to Peppa Pig and PAW Patrol playsets, it won't be hard to fulfill your child's wish list with a shopping trip to Target. Last year, Nintendo and LEGO were favorite toymakers for Target shoppers, and this year the virtual toy chest is loaded with options from Baby Alive, KumiKreator, Crate Creatures and more. Have a look through our favorite Christmas toys from Target below.
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Excerpt from Vagaries of Life, Vol. 2 of 2Just at this moment a step, heard on the gravelled path behind them, caused both to look... hurriedly round: it was only a footman.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. read more
on tan solo siete años, Daniel, un niño de una familia sevillana de clase trabajadora, descubrirá en la guitarra flamenca su verda...dera vocación. Tras abandonar los estudios en el Conservatorio debido a su temperamento pasional, se verá obligado a labrarse un futuro como virtuoso a contrarreloj, empezando desde abajo y enfrentándose a múltiples dificultades que pondrán a prueba su tesón y su valentía al tiempo que aprenderá el valor del amor y de la amistad. La séptima cuerda es una de las pocas novelas que se han escrito sobre el flamenco. Con prólogos de Eva Yerbabuena, Rocío Márquez y Vicente Amigo, en ella acompañaremos a Daniel en la búsqueda del conocimiento de este complejo arte. No estará solo, ya que en su camino se encontrará con artistas de la talla de Estrella Morente, Carmen Linares, Javier Barón o Arcángel, entre otros, que nos ayudarán a conocer mejor esta música de ecos atávicos, nombrada Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad por la UNESCO en 2010. Ilustraciones del artista Patricio Hidalgo. read more
La historia de un joven que trato por todos los medios de alcanzar el mayor de los sueños que los seres humanos llegamos a tener. ...Volar como los pájaros. Franco lo logro hacer, y mas allá de eso, continuo volando por toda la eternidad. Desde allá nos observa. read more
Rainbow Unicorn Composition Notebook: Cute book with wide ruled paper. Perfect for notes, planning and more! There is ample room i...nside for drawing, doodling, and journaling. It can be used as a notebook, journal or composition book.White wide ruled paper 150 pages (75 sheets)7.44 x 9.69 inSpecially designed cute colorful rainbow unicorn cover read more
What do you call a baby kangaroo? What does a donkey say? What animals live in the jungle? In your backyard? The answers are here ...in the Spotted Owl Press Discovering Animals Series. Each title is tailored to make learning basic concepts fun, easy and accessible for children ages 0-6. In Book 13, children are introduced to animals that the animals that live in the forest through fun, vibrant illustrations and word association. read more
Discover the animals that live in the forest. Contains one play board and one magnet sheet, which includes 17 individual magnets. ...Open play board measures 18" x 12 ¾". Recommended for ages 3 and up. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs. read more
Who Lives in the Forest? introduces emergent readers to a variety of forest-dwelling animals while providing them with a supportiv...e first nonfiction reading experience. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, making sure they arent facing too many challenges at once. read more
Find out which pair of eyes belong to which woodland animal in this engaging novelty book with pop-ups on every page!It’s nighttim...e in the woods and there are eyes peeping out from the darkness—but who do they belong to? Pop-ups on each page reveal different woodland animals, including an owl, a bear, a wolf, and more. read more
In this delightful novelty peepo book, small children are invited to look through the holes on every other page to answer the repe...ating refrain, 'Who's coming to see how my garden grows?' The energetic, rhyming text introduces all sorts of creatures that are busy foraging and frolicking in the garden. Education Market: Playful 'peepo' holes and many kinds of garden creature make this an absorbing title for Early Years. Gift Market: The durable board book format encourages tactile play for babies and toddlers, and the peek-a-boo element is perfect for interactive reading aloud together. read more
An owl flies through the moonlit woods and finds all the creatures, big and small, who are awake during the night hours.
Who's in the loo? There's a very long queue. Is it an elephant having a poo? If one's house has many occupants, then this witty rh...yme from the irreverent and observant pen of Jeanne Willis will resonate profoundly. Adrian Reynolds's exuberant illustrations highlight the fun. read more
“The Happiest Who’s Who Ever Written” -Original advertising slogan for book in 1954. Who’s Who in Oz is an illustrated index of ...nearly every character that ever appeared in the first 39 Oz books. Who’s Who in Oz is Wonderful in its scope and reach; author, Jack Snow, did a remarkable job gathering these characters together and his descriptions or as he calls them “ informal introductions to over six hundred and thirty Oz characters- people, animals, and creatures- with hints on the parts they play in the thirty-nine Oz books” show a foremost Oz scholar, and excellent writer himself, at work. Each character description also has a reference telling you the first page on which this character appeared, and in which Oz book. There are many black and white illustrations, by John R. Neill, Frank Kramer and “Dirk”, that give us a delightful glimpse into the truly amazing, imaginative world of OZ. read more
Lift the flap to see who's hiding!Who's hiding in the water? Who's hiding in the colorful rainforest? In Who's Hiding? In the Wild... youngsters will be entertained as they guess which adorable animal is hiding in its habitat. By opening or turning the oversized flap, the entire animal is revealed. From a hippo to a zebra, this board book encourages young readers use the clues to guess which animal is hiding. read more
The desert is full of surprises! You never know what you might find nestled in a tall saguaro or climbing steep canyon walls. All ...you have to do is look! This fun, interactive guessing game invites curious children to discover all of the secrets and surprises the desert holds. Who leaves x-shaped tracks? Who has orange and black beady skin? Just open the book to find out! Each time you do, you're bound to find something new! Bright, unique illustrations, fun, rhyming text, clues on every page. A read-again-and-again-and-again book! read more
Features: Reference guide included. Puzzle size: 16.5"x12" Ages: 3 years plus. Gender: Both
"Irresistible...playfully existential."-- O, The Oprah Magazine"Bear's search for himself doesn't matter so much as the charm of L...avie's storytelling voice as he narrates it...Erlbruch gives the bear big, puzzled-looking eyes and a lovable grin. He lives in a forest made of ornate trees seemingly lifted from vintage engravings, whose delicate lines play off Bear's dumpy figure. Bear's encounters with various characters--the Turtle Taxi, the Penultimate Penguin--feature gentle wordplay and Lewis Carroll-like paradoxes...Everything is new to Bear, and his discoveries will delight readers."--Publishers Weekly, Starred Review"Erlbruch's playful, distinctive illustrations...are sublime."--Kirkus Reviews"The volume is filled with surreal gags about prepositions and adverbs, cheerful absurdity, and down the rabbit hole-style musings."--School Library Journal"The book is filled with the bear's paradoxical, enigmatic, and sometimes Zen-like musings as he meets various creatures in the forest who assist him...This one would make for a thought-provoking read-aloud at story time. Get those children settled--it's a lengthy text--and present to them this gloriously left-of-center tale. Watch their heads spin. It'll be memorable."--Kirkus Reviews, new children's books feature"A lovable entertainment and quest venture that veers back and forth into existential territory without missing a beat of its adorable nature."--Center for Fiction"Young readers with a philosophical nature and an appreciation for provocative silliness will be especially gratified by Bear's self-discovery...Erlbruch's illustrations, which look like etchings, fit the story well. The Fabulous Forest effectively evokes a fairy tale feel, and Bear, a portly fellow with huge eyes, a bright red mouth, and colorful flecks in his black fur, is loveable at first sight."--New York Journal of Books"Imaginatively written by Oren Lavie and beautifully illustrated by Wolf Erlbruch, The Bear Who Wasn't There: And the Fabulous Forest is classic fable in the making and will prove to be an original and enduringly popular addition."-- Midwest Book Review"This cheeky book...is a melding of Phantom Tollbooth logic, Alice in Wonderland whimsy, and peppered with a cast of unforgettable Little Prince like characters...You can't help fall into the imaginative world of this delightfully clever picture book."--BookBloomOne day, a few minutes after Once Upon a Time, a bear awakes to find he has lost something very important: himself! He sets out into the Fabulous Forest to find himself, using only a few clues scrawled on a piece of paper: the bear he's looking for is a nice bear; he is a happy bear; and he's very handsome too! These sound like pretty good qualities to Bear, and so begins his memorable journey. With the help of Fabulous Forest critters like the Convenience Cow, the Lazy Lizard, and the Penultimate Penguin, Bear finds that he himself is just what he's been looking for all along: a nice, happy bear--and handsome too!As whimsical as Winnie-the-Pooh and as wryly comic as Klassen's bear who wants his hat back, The Bear Who Wasn't There joins a select crew of unusual bears who have captured the imagination of children for generations. read more
Features: Ages 3 years plus. Made in England. Puzzle size: 16.5"x 12"
Babies will love finding all 9 of the cheeky creatures that are hiding in this clever pull-the-tab book. Little ones will enjoy tr...ying to figure out which animal they are about to find. Who is hiding in the jungle? Who is that standing by the river? You'll find lots of fun questions (and illustrated answers) that will teach your child to spot and name these wonderful creatures, including a hippo, tiger, crocodile, and more. read more
Imagine how you would feel if you didn't know who...or what you are. In this book, you will join a small critter in search of its ...identity on a fanciful trip through the zoo. You will meet wonderful and unusual animals, some real and some not real. And by the end, you will have helped the small critter discover its identity. read more
A humorous and interactive holiday flap book! This colorful rhyming board book asks children to play a fun guessing game. The vers...e on each page gives hints about who or what is hiding under the flap; when they lift that flap, kids see whether or not they’ve got it right! Step inside a creepy old house (if you dare) and discover which creature lives there. He comes out to play as soon as it’s dark, likes to hang around, shares his space with wolves and rats, and is quite BATTY! Kids will adore the just-spooky-enough pictures in the fun Halloween-themed story. read more
Christina and Jeremy have been sent to the garden to gather vegetables for dinner. But they quickly realize that they are not the ...first visitors to the garden today. There's a slimy trail on a leaf in the cucumber patch, and some corn kernels have been pecked off the cob. Not only that, someone has been snacking on the lettuce leaves! Christina and Jeremy follow the clues to discover which birds, animals, and insects have been in their garden. Keep your eyes open and join Christina and Jeremy on a scientific journey in their own backyard! read more
The woods are cold and desolate as Cammy and William hike through the snow, yet signs of animal life are everywhere. Help them fin...d the clues -- a pellet of feathers and bones, a fish head by the brook, a patch of bark rubbed off the trunk of a birch tree, and more -- and join in guessing, "Who's been here?" read more
An illustrated, interactive question-and-answer boardbook all about transport and the people who use them.
He’s relaxed, clumsy and doing the weirdest things. He’s the Dude! The life-sized Dude is your best friend in this hilarious party... game! Play charades with the Dude! Act out movie scenes, professions, sports, love ballads and other ridiculous activities. The other players have to guess what you’re doing with the Dude! Contents Inflatable life size Dude 440 charades Scoresheets Ways to play read more
A colourful children's picture book for age 3-6 years, featuring a host of jungle creatures and an inquisitive young explorer. "Le...xy Lou loves to explore, she's left her home and gone on tour. With clever friend Dalston by her side, she's gone to the jungle to see what's inside..." In 'Who Lives in the Jungle?' young adventurer Lexy Lou and Dalston the dog meet the many amazing animals that live in the jungles of the Congo. Over the course of 24 colourful illustrations and a fun rhyming storyline, they'll come face to face with light-footed leopards, enormous elephants, armour-plated pangolins and many more fantastic creatures. Join Lexy Lou on her adventure through the jungle as she discovers what makes each animal special, and even learns a little about her own impressive abilities. read more
What do you call a baby kangaroo? What does a donkey say? What animals live in the jungle? In your backyard? The answers are here ...in the Spotted Owl Press Discovering Animals Series. Each title is tailored to make learning basic concepts fun, easy and accessible for children ages 0-6. In Book 14, children are introduced to animals that live in the jungle through fun, vibrant illustrations and word association. read more