Budi, a young orangutan in Borneo, Indonesia, tells the story of his rescue from rainforest destruction, his species' fight for survival, and what children can do to help save orangutans. Fifth graders at the P.S. 107 John W. Kimball Learning Center, an elementary school in Park Slope, Brooklyn, wrote and illustrated this inspiring story, the third in a series about endangered animals. The year-long project was a collaboration between the P.S. 107 Beast Relief commies about endangered animals. The year-long project was a collaboration between the P.S. 107 Beast Relief committee, International Animal Rescue and the Arcus Foundation. All proceeds from sale of the book will go directly to International Animal Rescue for the care, rehabilitation and release back into the wild of Budi and orangutans like him.… read more
Home is where the heart is, but it's also where crawling babies and curious tots can cause serious injury to themselves. Keep your little one safe with baby proofing gear such baby gates, child monitors, safety locks and guards, and pacifiers and teethers, that are specially designed for children's safety.
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Library Binding, Rosen Classroom, 2014, ISBN13 9781477776971, ISBN10 1477776974
Budi, a young orangutan in Borneo, Indonesia, tells the story of his rescue from rainforest destruction, his species' fight for su...rvival, and what children can do to help save orangutans. Fifth graders at the P.S. 107 John W. Kimball Learning Center, an e read more
Andatu, the only Sumatran rhino to be born in captivity in Indonesia, tells the story of his life at the Way Kambas rhino sanctuar...y, his species' fight for survival and what children can do to help save rhinos. Fifth graders at the P.S. 107 John W. Kimbal read more
Calixte, whose name means beautiful, is an endangered African gray parrot who survived harrowing odds. In the Congo, he was rescue...d from poachers, who cut his wings so he couldn't fly, and rehabilitated at a Wildlife Conservation Society sanctuary in the Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park. There, he lives with other rescued parrots and looks forward to the day when he’s healthy enough to soar free again. Fifth graders at the P.S. 107 John W. Kimball Learning Center, an elementary school in Park Slope, Brooklyn, wrote and illustrated the story of his incredible journey and rehabilitation success story — the fifth book in a series about endangered animals. The year-long project was a collaboration between P.S. 107’s Beast Relief committee and the WCS. All proceeds from sale of the book will go directly to the rehabilitation of African gray parrots in the Congo. read more
Andatu, the only Sumatran rhino to be born in captivity in Indonesia, tells the story of his life at the Way Kambas rhino sanctuar...y, his species’ fight for survival and what children can do to help save rhinos. Fifth graders at the P.S. 107 John W. Kimball Learning Center, an elementary school in Park Slope, Brooklyn, wrote and illustrated this inspiring story with a foreword by Dr. Jane Goodall. The year-long project was a collaboration between the P.S. 107 Beast Relief committee and the International Rhino Foundation. All proceeds from sale of the book will go directly to the International Rhino Foundation for the care, feeding and protection of Andatu and rhinos like him. read more
Zolushka, whose name means Cinderella, is a Siberian tigress from Russia, who was rescued by hunters, rehabilitated and successful...ly released back into the wild. There, she finds her Prince Charming and has two cubs. Fifth graders at the P.S. 107 John W. Kimball Learning Center, an elementary school in Park Slope, Brooklyn, wrote and illustrated this real-life fairy tale and conservation success story, the fourth book in a series about endangered animals. The year-long project was a collaboration between P.S. 107’s Beast Relief committee and the Wildlife Conservation Society. All proceeds from sale of the book will go directly to the conservation of Siberian tigers in the wild. read more
Penelope Petunia, a young forest elephant in the Central African Republic, tells the story of her life in a forest clearing at the... Dzanga-Ndoki national park, her species' fight for survival and what children can do to help save elephants. Fifth graders a read more
Penelope Petunia, a young forest elephant in the Central African Republic, tells the story of her life in a forest clearing at the... Dzanga-Ndoki national park, her species' fight for survival and what children can do to help save elephants. Fifth graders at the P.S. 107 John W. Kimball Learning Center, an elementary school in Park Slope, Brooklyn, wrote and illustrated this moving story with a foreword by Dr. Jane Goodall. The year-long project was a collaboration between the P.S. 107 Beast Relief committee, wildlife conservationist Andrea Turkalo and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). All proceeds from the book will go directly to the WCS fund to support Dr. Turkalo's research at the Dzanga-Ndoki park, where she continues to observe and help protect Penelope Petunia and her extended family. read more
When an alien race known as the Boov invades Earth, an unlikely friendship forms between Tip, a human girl, and Oh, a banished Boo...v. read more
Welcome to the Whole World of Orangutans
Bloco Toys The Orangutan:Contains many high-density foam pieces along with plastic connectorsKids can easily mix, match, interlink..., stack and rotate these foam pieces at any angle using the plastic connectorsComes with step-by-step instructions to help kids create an orangutanKids also have the flexibility of creating any other creature they likeThe foam pieces are easy to manage and can be conveniently machine washedCan be combined with other construction sets to create more interesting creaturesAge range: 5 years and up read more
FINDING GOBI: THE TRUE STORY OF ONE LITTLE DOG
A beautiful debut novel for fans of "The Penderwicks" Big things are about to happen at Maple's house. Mama's going to have a baby..., which means now there will be four Rittle sisters instead of just three. But when baby Lily is born too early and can't come home from the hospital, Maple knows it's up to her to save her sister. So she and sister Dawn, armed with a map and some leftover dinner, head off down a river and up a mountain to find the Wise Woman, who guards a pool with miraculous powers. But the dangers Maple and Dawn encounter on their journey make them realize a thing or two about miracles-and about each other. read more
Hardcover, Interface Media Partners, 2011, ISBN13 9780984155446, ISBN10 0984155449
From the sixth great-grandson of Thomas Jefferson and his African-American slave Sally Hemmings comes an anthology of Jefferson s ...living descendants. Perfect for fans of"Unbroken"and"The Boys in the Boat." Told in the style of a family photo album with a combination of photographs and interviews "Jefferson s Children"is the riveting story of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemming s sixth great-grandson, Shannon Lanier s, travels across the country to meet his relatives from both sides of the family. The profiles contained chart the multiple perspectives of Jefferson s and Hemming s descendants, from those who embrace their heritage to those who want nothing to do with Jefferson s legacy. A fascinating picture soon emerges, one that begins with a pairing of two individuals with vastly disparate levels of power on the one side, the third president of the United States and the author of the Declaration of Independence; on the other, the woman who was his property and that ultimately represents America s complicated history with issues of diversity and race and the unusual ways in which we define family. The portraits that emerge are as generous and jumbled as America itself. "The New York Times" " A book about American history, racial identity and the bonds of family that will help young people navigate these difficult areas. "Black Issues Book Review" read more
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Kiki the Orangutan: The Big Banana Festival
Delightful tale of a little girl's love for an enchanted nutcracker, with all the wonderful scenes: Christmas Eve at the Stahlbaum... house, the arrival of Godpapa Drosselmeier and the presentation of the Nutcracker, the fierce battle between the Nutcracker read more
Records and reputations, cheats and champs, victors and venues - here's the lowdown on the modern Olympic games, from bestselling ...author and illustrator, Richard Brassey. Updated to include Rio 2016. From the games of ancient Greece to the twenty-first century, and with individual tales of heroes and heroines, this is a lively, witty and entertaining guide for young readers everywhere. As always with Richard Brassey's popular books, this is packed with comic strips, fact boxes, hilarious captions and speech bubbles, plus amazing information and entertaining insight. read more
SPECIAL EDITION: What does a child like best about superheroes? If a child could create a superhero, what kind of superhero would ...he or she create? Find answers to these questions in this collection of superhero stories, written entirely by children. Four read more