Callie the Caterpillar is a happy, friendly little bug with a very large problem: Callie is afraid of the dark. Her fear of the dark has not been a problem before because she lives under a large floodlight. However, when Callie discovers she must spin a cocoon (and everyone knows cocoons do not have nightlights!), Callie embarks on a quest to learn how to conquer her fears. With the help of her two friends, Mrs. Goat and Mouse, Callie learns a bit about courage, a lnquer her fears. With the help of her two friends, Mrs. Goat and Mouse, Callie learns a bit about courage, a little about what she was created to do, and a lot about friendship.… read more
It's never too early to get a little one hooked on reading. These fun, personalized storybooks for kids combine entertainment with education, making your budding bookworm the hero of their own story. Whether it's a Disney story or a bedtime story, get your birthday and Christmas gift shopping done early and order one of these unique page-turners from Amazon, Etsy or Uncommon Goods now!
When school's out for summer and your kids are home during those long, hot days, sometimes a cool treat is just what you both need. But why not make an activity out of that afternoon snack and get your kiddos involved in the kitchen? From popsicles to hand pies, here's our top kitchen gadget picks for making summer treats with your kids.
Thinking of taking a trip to Adventure Bay? Does your little pup squeal with delight whenever her favorite rescue dogs help a friend in need? Whether you're a fan of PAW Patrol or just a parental bystander, those precious pups' paw prints are all over the fabric of your daily life. It's only natural that for your little one's birthday, she'd want to celebrate in a big canine way. So, we dug deep and took to the skies searching for the best PAW Patrol party ideas. Remember: No party is too big, no celebration too small. If you need the paw-fect party ideas just yelp for help — or read on for some inspiration. We're on the case!
Going back to school after a super summer vacation is no fun. But going back-to-school shopping? Now that's fun! What kid doesn't love picking out new backpacks, lunch boxes, notebooks, pens, crayons and more? We've rounded up some of our favorite back-to-school supplies, all available at Walmart. Shop them below.
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Summer's almost over and it won't be long before it's time to head back to school. But why make your kids spend the last days of vacation in stores when you can do all of your shopping online at Target? Whether you're using Target School List Assist or picking out your own classroom essentials, we've rounded up our favorite Target school supplies that you can shop below.
It's easy for parents to get spooked trying to choose the perfect Halloween costumes for their little ones. Between the overwhelming choices (princess or witch? superhero or villain?) to the barrage of opinions from their little boys and ghouls, deciding on the perfect costumes for kids can be, well, tricky. But with a little help from the Happiest Place on Earth, we've conjured up the best Disney Halloween costumes for kids this year. Whether it's her favorite Disney Junior character (you're singing the theme song now, aren't you?) or his beloved Pixar pal, here's some supercalifragilistic inspiration to make your little hero or magical creature's Halloween dreams come true.
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Shy eleven-year-old Beetle Beane is sent to spend a week in Maine. She, reluctantly finds herself under the care of Murtha Bellwet...her, a mysterious hunting guide and owner of an old, ramshackle inn. There Beetle discovers something she shouldn't have and is determined to find the truth behind Murtha's secret. Beetle must use all of her wits and strength as she travels a challenging path to find the answers she seeks. read more
Excerpt from The Lady of the Manor, Being a Series of Conversations on the Subject of Confirmation, Vol. 5: Intended for the Use o...f the Middle and Higher Ranks of Young FemalesAS the commandments have already engaged our attention for a considerable time, said the lady of the manor to her young people, on the evening chosen for the consideration of the tenth commandment, I hope to close the subject this day with a narrative which I happen to have by me relative to the matter in hand. And, as most of What may be said on this subject is introduced in different parts of this story, I think it the less needful to make any remarks of my own on the question.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
LA PRINCESA PERDIDA CUENTOS PARA NIÑOS DEL REBE NAJMÁN Los Cuentos Para Niños del Rebe Najmán es un proyecto que recopila las hist...orias memorables del Rebe poniéndolas al alcance de los niños. Con ilustraciones vivaces y atractivas, cada cuento, ya sea una pequeña parábola o una historia más larga, revela con un estilo simple el sentido del mensaje que el Rebe Najmán buscó transmitir. Estamos seguros de que todos los libros de esta serie deleitarán a nuestros lectores cautivando a los niños y a los jóvenes de corazón. read more
This beautiful gift box set includes the classic picture book and an adorable true-to-character plush toy of PlopThis timeless pic...ture book stars Plop, a beautiful baby barn owl: he is fat and fluffy, with big, round eyes and soft, downy feathers. In fact, Plop is perfect in almost every way, except for just one thing—Plop is afraid of the dark! But one day Plop discovers that perhaps the dark isn't quite so scary and dangerous as he fears, and he learns to embrace the dark and its wonders. Perfect for story-led play, children can reenact the tale with this set as they learn not to be afraid of the dark. The cute soft toy can also be played with separately. read more
Modeled after The Wizard of Oz, this enchanting story describes a young giraffe who suffers from a fear of heights. On his way to ...the doctor, he befriends a monkey who is afraid of climbing and a hippo who is a afraid of water. What causes the three new friends to face and overcome their fears? 5 pg For Creative Minds educational section in the back 25 pg cross-curricular Teaching Activities and 3 Interactive Quizzes available free on the book's homepage eBooks with Auto-Flip, Auto-Read and selectable English and Spanish text and audio Aligned to State Standards / Lexile, Guided Reading, AR, Reading Counts, and Fountas & Pinnell read more
This collection of 124 humorous and whimsical children's poems offers a lighthearted perspective of childhood in an up-beat tone. ...Over 100 black-and-white illustrations complement the poems, and challenging words are interspersed to expand young readers' vocabularies. Enter a world where a girl turns into a peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich and mice wear roller skates; follow a baseball on its unexpected trip; and discover the fiery effects of eating a chili pepper. read more
Jack is so excited to spend the night in the backyard in his pirate tent. His younger sister, Lily, who is pretending to be a fair...y, wants to stay in the tent, too. “No way, Jack snorts, it will be spooky and there will be scary sea monsters.” “Pirates aren’'t afraid of the dark,” he tells her, “but fairies are!” That night, Jack is playing in the tent when his flashlight goes out. And when he hears a rustling sound outside, he doesn'’t feel quite so brave after all…. read more
Zoe is the youngest of the hatchlings and unlike her siblings is afraid to leave the nest. Her fear of flying is so great that it ...has the potential to be life threatening. If she can't leave the nest and find food and shelter of her own, she will be left all alone. Can Zoe overcome her fear and find her independence? Can Zoe rely on God to guide her from the nest? When faced with the ultimate ledge of life, we must trust in a power greater than ourselves that we'll either learn to ﬂy or a way will be provided for us to cross to the other side. Will Zoe find this hope, courage, and reliance on something much bigger than she is? As those who love her most find themselves helpless, can they, too, find the hope, courage, and reliance on something much bigger to see Zoe through? Can they all take that first step of helplessness to accepting the full control of God's divine power and grace? read more
Lots of children are afraid of the dark, and Tamara and Moka are no different. As soon as the light is switched off, they hear sca...ry sounds and see terrifying things.A humorous comic book that should help take the fear out of bedtime and persuade children that just because the dark turns everything invisible doesn’t make it bad. For children aged 3 to 6. read more
Imagínese una vida en donde la única cosa que lo mantiene a salvo y seguro es a lo único que usted le tiene miedo. En este cuento,... la jirafa sufre de miedo a las alturas y conoce a dos animales nuevos amigos que tienen sus propios miedos a vencer. ¿Qué es lo que le sucede a cada uno para que puedan trabajar juntos y así superar sus temores? read more
Jayne is a cat, raised as a dog. Found as a new-born she is brought up with a litter of puppies. And Jayne does not turn out to be... just any kind of dog, she is the top dog, the main-man dog, the king-of-the-castle dog. She holds her tail up straight when she walks and brooks no nonsense. Jayne is a tough cookie—as tough as nails and as cool as cucumbers come—as she proves in (almost) all her adventures: with Bengal Bob, when flying and skydiving, as lifesaver extraordinaire and as mayor and saviour of the great city of New Philawashingyork. The Adventures of Jayne is a fun tale for family reading or for children to read themselves. Suitable for grades 1 to 5. read more
Byron loves to Imagine! He imagines so much he can't stop talking about his dreams. When the animals in the forest tell him he wil...l never be able to do the things he dreams of, Byron becomes very sad. Then he talks to the wise old owl who tells him to go to a quiet place, write down his Imagine dreams, and listen to his heart. When he does magical things begin happening! Byron the Caterpillar Who Loves to Imagine teaches kids to believe in themselves, listen to their hearts, and ultimately follow their dreams. Gift the gift of Imagination to a child, ages 10 and under! read more
A little eggplant doesn't understand that he is a vegetable - he thinks he is a real egg.
Abraham Lincoln. Nelson Mandela. Amelia Earhart. Your name here.This fun and interactive journal prompts kids to record their own ...life stories. Each illustrated spread focuses on different topics – from birth and the toddler years up to the present and dreams for the future. Create your own family tree, list your BFFs, pets, and favorite subjects, food, and hobbies. When completed, readers will have an up-to-the-minute autobiography that is right at home among our other legendary Who Was…? titles. read more
Excerpt from The Man Who Was GoodHis psychological methods allure one by their seeming simplicity; quietly, with a delicate de lib...eration, he emphasises the outline of his char acters until with sudden swift decision, in the utterance of a phrase, the doing of some one of those small things that are life's real revelations, he shows you the soul of the man or woman whose externals he has so carefully portrayed. Half forgotten words and acts crowd in on the memory, as in The M an who was Good when Carew appeals to Mary to save his child - and her rival's. It needed the genius of Merrick to make one realise that the high-water mark of betrayal was reached not by the man's desertion of the woman Who loved him, but by his pitiful exploitation of that love.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
Everybody’s loving critically acclaimed and internationally award winning author, Aaron Braxton's, Jesse and the Caterpillar Who G...ot Its Wings! An unforgettable, fascinating, and deeply moving, coming-of-age portrait about discovering relationships, searching for greatness, and growing up amidst the Midwest. Jesse, an awkward 5th grade loner, has an intelligence and curiosity that has always made him see the world differently. Anchored by his blossoming friendship with the pretty and infinitely more popular Khalilah, he experiences love, loss and tragedy, while using the shape shifting metamorphosis of caterpillars – from craving, crawling, earthbound creatures, to graceful winged beauties – as lessons for life, building self-awareness, and appreciating an identity he never fully understood. No longer sure of anything, an unexpected disaster causes him to question everything he always thought he knew about the world and about life. "The book is so pure," says Hollywood Writer/Dir., Tim Chey, "I read it in ONE sitting and absolutely LOVED IT...It's as engaging as it is valuable.” Bold, beautiful, insightful and raw, this transcendent work, takes you inside the precocious and subconscious lenses of an ordinary, and at times, extraordinary young adolescent. The story will make you laugh, cry, reminisce, and within an uncontrolled world, question, “When the carefree age of childhood innocence is lost, what remains in its place?” Jesse is a hero for all ages. One who proves, “When there’s greatness inside, no one can say you can’t fly.” *Academic Language and Common Core Standards aligned. read more
The Caterpillar Who Decided Not To Be a Butterfly is a charming little book about a caterpillar who, as the title says, does not w...ant to be a butterfly. Told from the perspective of a reluctant caterpillar, the story is a fable about the "changes" in an insect's life. It mixes humor, playfulness, and a touch of sadness as the hero slinks his way on a journey of self-discovery. Even though it is for children, The Caterpillar Who Decided Not To Be a Butterfly is a book that will resonate with older readers as well. read more
The outrageous bestseller is back—now with splat-tastic sounds on every spread! Who did their business on the mole's head? Join th...e intrepid mole as he sets out to find the culprit and exact his revenge in his own little way.From the loud "Folump!" of the cow to the little "ting" as the mole exacts his revenge, this modern classic of toilet humor is now available with sound! A terrible catastrophe befalls the little mole one bright, sunny morning. When he looks out of his hole—PLOP! Something that looks just like a sausage lands on his head. Whodunit? Our little hero sets out to find who has left their business on his head. In the end, with the help of some flies, Little Mole gets his revenge. Now a new generation of readers can enjoy this one-of-a-kind, stinky, and delightful story. read more
A bright and beautiful alphabet book featuring Eric Carle's wonderful creatures.Explore the amazing animal alphabet with The Very ...Hungry Caterpillar in this delightful board book. Featuring Eric Carle's bright, distinctive artwork, each letter introduces beloved animals, big and small. 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
Enjoy the fun, colorful journey of the same soul as it finds peace and contentment when it reincarnates from a wealthy, ancient Ch...inese mother of ten with a hectic life into Aiden, a 21st Century little boy who is happily an only child. Aiden loves to laugh and run barefoot in the grass, play with his toys, and eat pasta. More than that, Aiden enjoys time to himself to read in bed at night at the end of his busy day. read more
A tough little chap with a shrill voice and a horrible temper, Napoleon Bonaparte was one of the surprise heroes of history. He gr...ew up to become the Emperor of France and, in 60 battles and 20 years of power and fame, he created an empire to rival Ancient Rome. But what he really wanted was to invade England and then rule the world. In 1815, with his troops stationed outside a small town called Waterloo, in Belgium, Boney faced the biggest test of his life as he prepared to take on the English army. Would he win? Could he? Adrian Hadland is a political analyst and media researcher living in Cape Town, South Africa. He has published five books, three for children, including the a biography of Nelson Mandela for the WHO WAS series. read more
Get to know your favorite historical figures in a brand-new way with Mad Libs! Our Mad Libs is the perfect interactive book for fa...ns of the Who Was? series. It features 21 original stories about some of the most popular subjects in the series, from Abraham Lincoln and Marie Curie to Jeff Kinney and Bruce Lee. read more
This fresh, visually sophisticated follow-up to Who Done It? and Who What Where? tackles the topic of memory, as each page asks th...e reader to remember a detail about the characters featured on the page before. With die-cuts, clever folds, and imaginative illustrations, this book requires the sharpest readers' keen attention! The call to action on every page makes this a wonderful lap read or read-aloud, and kids of all ages will love the memory games. read more
Meet Henley The Eagle who thought he was a Chicken... This is the modern children’s tale that is destined to become an instant cla...ssic. With puns, parable and a story by Gregory Kemp that will inspire your children to soar with the eagles, and whimsical art by Scott Harshbarger, your children will want to read Henley’s adventure over and over again! read more