Where Does Santa Go on Vacation after Christmas?
Do you ever wonder what Santa does after Christmas? So does Tyler. Come and take this journey with Tyler, and discover where the man in the bright red suit goes on vacation after Christmas. In this contemporary, creative, and truly original picture book, find the various countries Santa visits while on vacation, where Santa learns how to say hello in their native language. Tyler discovers Santa visits Japan and learns how to say hello in Japanese: Konnichi wa, alongative language. Tyler discovers Santa visits Japan and learns how to say hello in Japanese: Konnichi wa, along with visiting Hawaii and learning how to say hello in Hawaiian: Aloha. Part of what makes this book so engaging and humorous is that Santa tries to camouflage himself among everyday people by doing normal activities in that country he visits. Santa realizes that it is not that easy for the man with the white beard to go unnoticed. Children will love the clever way in which the story teaches them of different countries while teaching them to say hello in the places Santa visits… read more
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The delightful tale Where Does The Sun Go? is an adventure about the sun and it's journey across the sky and over the earth. Writt...en in Rhyming verse, this story is as amusing as it is educational, and will enchant preschoolers and early readers - as well as adult storytellers! *FINALIST NAUTILUS BOOK AWARD AND FOREWORD MAGAZINE'S CHILDREN"S BOOK OF THE YEAR* read more
Santa Goes on Vacation Coloring Book: The Night Before Christmas and After (Us)
Santa relaxes at the beach after completing his long annual journey!! These beautifully illustrated jigsaw puzzles are perfect for... passing the time in anticipation of Christmas. They also make great gifts for kids and adults alike! All of our signature... read more
It's summer vacation, and the Berenstain Bears are off to the seashore for sun and fun. There is so much to do—swimming, fishing, ...building sand castles, browsing through the general store, eating delicious dinners at Gull Island Café, and visiting Gull Island Museum. Each glorious sunrise heralds a new adventure! This is the ultimate beach read for Berenstain Bears fans. read more
Santa's Checklist 500 Piece Puzzle: It's time to review Santa's Checklist! The hangar is busy with all Santa's helpers doing one l...ast check of the airplane's engine before Santa heads out to deliver toys to boys and girls around the world. A great 500... read more
Set on the resort of Kawawii Island, Go Vacation brings an open-ended world of exploration and adventure that includes engaging ac...tivities for the entire family to enjoy. From snowcapped mountains to the bright lights of a bustling cityscape, Go... read more
Where do these items go? Guess! Shoes on feet? Hat on head? Lift the flap and find out if you're right!
Where does it go? Guess! Shoes on feet? Hat on head? Lift the flap and find out if you're right! Part of the Photoflap series.
"Santa relaxes at the beach after completing his long annual journey! These beautifully illustrated jigsaw puzzles are perfect for... passing the time in anticipation of Christmas. They also make great gifts for kids and adults alike! All of our signature... read more
After Where Are Santa's Pants, we thought Santa was safely clothed—but the hunt is on againHo, Ho, Oh no! Santa's lost his suit, a...nd he certainly needs to find it before Christmas. Bursting with humorous detail, this Where's Waldo-style book will provide hours of holiday laughs. read more
Ho, ho . . . Oh no! Santa's lost his pants! This is certainly a much more urgent situation than finding Waldo It is the middle of ...Christmas, the crowds are out in full, and Santa has lost his pants. The trouble is, he doesn't know where he lost them. Was it at the department store? Was it on the beach? Was it at ice rink? Or was it at the railway station? This ultimate seek-and-find puzzle book is crammed with hilarious detail—and Santa's pants are to be found somewhere on each spread. read more
This is Vera Harris's third self-published children's book. Even before I started Happy Reading, self-published in 2014, I've alwa...ys had an interest in becoming a book author. I love creating fun-filled stories that captivate the hearts of little kids, so I worked hard to make my dream a reality. My first books, A Bee on My Bike (2014) and Zach and His Cat (2015), both appeared in Storymonster.com, a family magazine, and Storytime Pup. They were also featured in Children's Books Read Aloud on YouTube. I was a part of the Dallas Book Festival 2016, the Houston Texas Black Book Festival, Dallas Public Library Reader's Fest, and numerous book-signing ventures throughout Dallas-Fort Worth Metro as well. You can take a look at my books at the Dallas Public Library; Ellen Brooks West Memorial Library of Forney in Texas; Houston, Texas Public Library; and the Savannah, Georgia Public Library. I enjoy reading, traveling, and spending time with my family, most of whom fondly call me Sister. Aside from these hobbies, I also love working in the church and being a volunteer reading partner for the Dallas Independent School District. A retired combat Army veteran, I served the U.S. Army with honor and distinction for thirty years. My dedication earned me two Bronze Star medals plus various other commendations, certificates, medals, and honors. Vera Harris, called Sister by her family, loves spending time with her family and working in her church. Her grandson inspired her to write her first book. My books can be purchased at OutskirtsPress.com, Amazon.com, and Barnes & Noble. Please visit my web page: happyreadingbyvera.com or amazon.com/author/veraharris and my Face book page, email@example.com. read more
Deep in the forests that stretch to the sky,a mother and baby are hiding nearby.Are they high in the mist or somewhere down low?Wh...ere did the mountain gorillas go?Where has the polar bear gone? What about the lemur? Can you find them? In this stunning search-and-find book from illustrator Emily Bornoff, readers try to spot the animals in various environments, from jungles to deserts to the Arctic. Emily Bornoff's lovely patterns and the playful hide-and-seek elements make this a charming, interactive title with a fascinating nonfiction element—all the hidden animals are endangered. Learn where in the world they come from and what is being done to save them. read more
A young panda's feet walk, run, swing, and splash through the day in this charming story for preschoolers that is also an ode to i...maginative play, perfect for fans of the Chu's Day books. Meet Little Panda. He's awake and ready for adventure. Where will his feet take him? Do they walk a normal walk down a normal street? Or will they find a new way to carry him through the day? Maybe a tree branch can be a shaky bridge. A sandbox a desert. A bath an underwater adventure. Maybe little feet can go anywhere. . . . There's a whole world to explore! Young children will see themselves in Little Panda and find inspiration in Little Panda's big steps. read more
Edition: Prepack, Paperback, Wright Group/ Mcgraw-Hill
Ever wonder what happens to those pesky sock pairs? One minute you see them, the next they aren't there. Well, where do they go? T...here's always one missing. Disappears in thin air, or at least that's what I'm thinking. Do you know the secret? My friends want to know. They seem to be sneaky, with a mind of their own. Hiding in places no one else knows. But, I've seen them on pages inside of this book. Go ahead open it up and take a good look. Where they are hiding, no one quite knows. But, this book tells the secret of where the socks go. read more
Santa Margarita Lake Vacation Super Coloring Book
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Rabbit is looking for his house. He looks in the garden, in the mountains, on the farm He finds a lot of houses - and he finds a ...lot of animals! You can find them too! Search with Rabbit and discover a lot of houses, a lot of shapes, and a lot of animals! You’ll also practice counting from one to ten!On every page there are also opposites and a blue beetle. Start looking!A colorful book that offers hours of searching and counting fun. For curious children aged 3 and up. read more
"Where the Butterflies Go 500 Piece Puzzle by Carla D'aguanno. Vivid colors. Sturdy, stiff, and high quality. Fun for the whole fa...mily. Enjoy this bright, colorful puzzle with family or friends. Piece count: 500. Finished Dimensions: 19.5" 19.5"" read more
"Manyoni is on her way to school; she gets up at dawn to walk two hours across the plain, along the Limpopo riverbed....As seen in... Stock's beautifully rendered impressionistic watercolors...wild animals and birds are on almost every spread--more than 30 in all....A lovely book that draws the reader right in."--Kirkus Reviews. Pronouncing glossary. read more
This book dances with fun from cover to cover. Where Do Missing Socks Go? will delight and excite children of all ages and instant...ly become the "go-to" in any bookshelf. The magical and whimsical story of missing socks that everyone has been waiting for is finally being revealed. Geared for children 2-6, this book will spark the imagination, visual senses and joy of anyone reading it. If you've ever wondered why your socks just disappear then you will be delighted to hear this amazing tale and ready to read it to anyone who will let you. Seussian rhymes coupled with illustrations bursting with color make this children's book a must. The story begins with a search for missing socks throughout a child's bedroom. It then occurs to the character that perhaps the socks are not lost but have run away. The story then takes off to this great world where the socks have taken off to and fun is being had. There is a focus on individuality, community, equality and non-judgement in this missing sock land that's made up of "smells and strong stenches and the places to rest are upon lost shoe benches." The book then goes through the great variety of socks that are found there and given fun and lively personalities. How the socks are spending their days inspires the notions of healthy transportation, fewer electronics and good hygiene. From the first page to the last, the reader will be engaged in the easy to read rhymes and adundant variety of illustrated socks. The book is a quick and fun read that was first compiled in 2012. After being sick of hearing from everyone that they wanted to "buy the book," the author decided to make it available to the masses in 2018. read more