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After an exhausting month of shopping and planning winter break activities, is there anything more rewarding than the look of wonderment and pure joy on your child's face on Christmas morning? Bright eyes and wide smiles will make all the holiday hustle and bustle worthwhile! In the meantime, here are a few more things to tack onto your to-do list to make Christmas morning a little more magical for you and your family.
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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.
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Want your children to eat healthy foods instead of just candy?Chocolate Bear is about a bear cub who only wants to eat chocolate.C...hocolate for breakfast, lunch and dinner!When he runs out of his favorite food he just cries and cries.What will Chocolate Bear do? Where will he find more chocolate? Will he ever learn to eat other foods?This beginner reader’s eBook will inspire your children to try new foods, and to solve basic problems.Your children will enjoy full-color illustrations of Chocolate Bear, his mother and their neighborhood.Chocolate Bear is a delightfully illustrated children’s book for you and your children to read together. With simple text, this story is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for beginner readers. read more
Most of my books deal with social issues. I have been asked if I couldn’t write something that is more light hearted. We have all ...known children that become “experts” on things they like and we have been amazed at how much they can learn when they are internally motivated. The boy who loved sharks is an example of how one little boy succeeds in his dreams by using what he has learned and demonstrating his compassionate nature. read more
A fun story of an Antelope who is joined by a fun assortment of animals as they search for cantaloupes, its favorite snack.
THE LITTLE GIRL WHO LOVES BOOKS is an illustrated book for children aged 2-5. It is the first in a series called GRANDMA'S GIRLS a...nd is about a little girl who treasures anything having to do with books.The story also portrays her relationship with her... 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
An owl with an unusual passion learns to shine in this fresh, funny debut picture book introducing a poetry-loving owl whom kids w...ill cheer for. Otto loves poetry—Keats, Rossetti, Dickinson, even T. S. Eliot. He prefers reading to roosting and reciting to hunting. Ordinarily, this wouldn’t be a problem. But, you see, Otto is an owl. When the other owls begin to make fun of Otto, he embarks on a difficult journey, finding along the way both his inner poet and a community that accepts him for who he is. Celebrating courage and the importance of sticking with your passion, and incorporating an engaging mix of original and famous poems, Vern Kousky has created an enchanting and inviting world—a forest filled with the sounds of poetry. read more
In this lavishly illustrated picture book featuring the paintings of award-winning young artist Tova Beck, an active young girl ex...plores nature and birdwatching. Whether she is running barefoot down an ocean beach, building a snow fort, camping by a lake, swinging at the playground, or twirling in a city park, she sees birds everywhere she goes. Every bird she sees, she draws. When her notebook can’t hold any more, she has to decide what to do. How can she spread her love of birds and drawing? Equal parts scientific identification guide and storybook, this book will interest boys and girls who love art, science, and the outdoors. Ages P and up read more
"Baa!" said the sheep. "Oink!" said the pig. "Quack!" said a duck. "Neigh!" said a horse. "Moo!" said the little blue bird... Wait... a minute...birds don't moo! Unless you're a quirky bird who stars as the main character of this illustrated children's book! This book tells the story of a little blue bird that decides he would rather "Moo" than "Tweet." Despite being told by other farm animals what he should be doing, this brave bird prefers to march to the beat of his own drum. By doing so, the little bird realizes that this is the key to his own happiness. The Bird Who Loved To MOO! is a beginner reader book that any child will love, especially at bedtime or as a bedtime nursery rhyme. read more
"There was a girl in the village who loved horses... She led the horses to drink at the river. She spoke softly and they followed.... People noticed that she understood horses in a special way." And so begins the story of a young Native American girl devoted to the care of her tribe's horses. With simple text and brilliant illustrations. Paul Goble tells how she eventually becomes one of them to forever run free. read more
The Boy Who Loved to Laugh is the fourth book in a series of adventures for a boy named Buddy. Follow along in this book as Buddy ...explores his love for all things funny. read more
Barry Bear is a cute little bear that loves Christmas. He loves to to rip open each gift extra super fast. The only thing bad abou...t Christmas is that it doesn´t last. So Barry had an idea that he thought was grand. Every day, Christmas would stay in command! Barry will understand that bringing Christmas to someone is something we can do. This is a story with a tuck-in tight so you can rest well tonight. It´s an easy way to say "I love you". This is a poem style book to read with your children at bedtime with a big hug and a tuck-in tight. The target age range is for toddlers and preschool. read more
The Coloring Book for Cool Kids Who Love Animals is comprised of 20 modern and interesting animal coloring page illustrations. Eac...h illustration is based on the animal characters of Tiger Tale Designs. Please visit www.TigerTaleDesigns.com for more... read more
Your kids will love this Shopkins Card Game Set, with Tin carrying case. SKU : ADIB016P4J1MC
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
Amy learns the value of confidence while preparing for her first recital. Amy's not sure she will win the crowd over by playing th...e violin at her first recital but after talking to her older brother and sister, she finds her confidence makes her first recital a success! What did they say to to bring her confidence up? Read it and find out! read more
Luke is 5 years old and he gets choose an instrument and take music lessons. Luke decides that he wants to play the “Big Violin.” ...But what is a big violin? Join Luke and his family as they explore instruments at the music store to see if they can find the big violin. read more
A pirate is an odd being. This one is sad. Why is he sad? Because he has no one to love. He will find someone to love, as all peop...le eventually do. read more
When Artemis, a young New Hampshire chipmunk, is accidentally trapped in a box of camping gear and transported across the country,... his life is turned upside down. Suddenly he must struggle to survive in the shocking woods of High Island, Texas. The adventure leads to many unexpected friendships, but even with the help of his new friends, will Artemis ever find a way to make it home? Ages 6-12 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
Item is in: Used. DID YOU KNOW ...That Superman can bench press more than 972.8 million pounds?That Green Lantern can travel throu...gh space at 1,642 times the speed of light?That Brainiac's I.Q. exceeds 1,638,400?FIND OUT LOTS MORE INSIDE:• 96... read more
"In this delightful peek-a-boo adventure, children are invites to look through the holes on every other page to answer the repeati...ng refrain, "Who's coming to see how my garden grows?" The energetic text introduces all sorts of creatures that are... read more