Explore the places that animals call home. Discover crevices and pits where eels and reef fish make camouflaged homes. Peek through a bubble nest to find a spittlebug nymph hiding inside, cool and disguised. Then travel underground to see the trick tunnels of trapdoor spiders and the intricate highways and byways of moles. Dozens of animal homes are presented in fun, full-color photographs, while their home-building and home-living behavior is explored in playful ved in fun, full-color photographs, while their home-building and home-living behavior is explored in playful verse.Animal lovers of any age will be wowed by the photographs and the insights about the amazing homes of these amazing animals.… read more
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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.
The bathroom is where we start and end our day. If it's a fun and welcoming space, morning routines run smoother and bath time is a breeze. Parents don't have to dedicate their single-bathroom home to a youthful theme, but making it appeal to children will engrain the importance of self-care and hygiene at an early age. Here are 10 kid-friendly ideas for decorating a bathroom that everyone will love.
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As you anxiously await the arrival of your little one, satisfy your nesting need by designing a warm and welcoming nursery for your baby to call home. Boasting with soft colors and modern designs, you're sure to have a room cozy enough for some sweet cuddle time.
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Turn the organized chaos that is your child's playroom into a serene spot of tidiness with systematic shelving to ease your days. Though we may not be able to control how the play area will look post-nap time, we can ensure we have a toy organizer (or two!) to hold the goods once bedtime rolls around.
No one wants to have to put together a nursery after the baby is born. Make your newborn feel right at home by preparing baby's first nursery ahead of time. As a mommy-to-be, you have many things on your mind. Have no fear; we're here to help ensure you don't overlook certain products that should be on the nursery checklist. These 10 nursery essentials from Houzz are about to make your life with a little one a whole lot easier just by adding them to your baby's room.
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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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Each spring, female robins build new nests. Learn more about these temporary homes in Look Inside a Robins Nest. You'll discover j...ust how quickly a robin can build her nest and much more! read more
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When people go to sleep, bats are just waking up. While young readers may recognize the image of bats in the night skies, where th...ey live may be less familiar. This title takes readers inside bat roosts to uncover the fascinating facts about this creature. Readers will learn the basics of bat roosts—in caves and beyond—and how they help bats survive in the wild. The text also looks at bat’s appearance, behavior, and the crucial role they play in nature’s ecosystems—topics covered in most elementary science curricula. Diagrams, fact boxes, colorful images encourage learning. read more
Describes the physical features of birds, how they use their beak, feet, and wings to construct their nests, the building material...s they gather, and the different places where nests can be located. read more
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There are more than a million different kinds of animals in the world. Only 50,000 of these have backbones, and are called vertebr...ates. The rest are animals without backbones, called invertebrates. This book gives an overall view of these animals and shows the young reader how to distinguish between the major groups. It was awarded Outstanding Science Book for Children. read more
Presents some of the strongest animals from around the world, including information on the Harpy eagle, the African elephant, and ...the gorilla. read more
Anatomy is a gorgeous, large-format book filled with clever cutouts exploring every detail of the organs, systems and senses that ...make up that most marvellous of machines, the human body. This fact-filled journey is illustrated by Helene Druvert, the acclaimed creator of the award-winning Paris Up, Up and Away and Mary Poppins Up, Up and Away. Her father, a doctor, has contributed the text, which is perfectly pitched at children of nine and over. A BBC Focus Magazine Illustrated Book of the Year read more
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It's evening in the forest, and the baby animals are making new friends before the sun sets. Duck sees a bear, bear spots a bee, a...nd that's just the beginning of a series of wonderful discoveries. A charming, rhyming text--perfect for read-aloud--is paired with adorable illustrations and pastel backgrounds.This unique padded board book is a wonderful baby gift for springtime, Easter, or any time of the year. read more
Look inside a microhabitat and discover a world of inhabitants! A close look at each microhabitat reveals an unbelievable variety ...of organisms. Vibrant photographs and detailed illustrations combine to make this book informative and engaging. A visual table of contents helps readers navigate the text, and informative labels make the photographs valuable sources of information. read more
In this personality-packed drawing book, best-selling author Christopher Hart shows young artists how to bring zillions of cartoon... animals to life using simple step-by-step instructions. From playful puppies to zany zoo animals, this book is crammed with an exciting variety of subjects to copy. Kids will also find helpful tips along the way for creating their own collection of cute critters. read more
In the latest eye-catching escape into the kingdom of Animalia, Steve Jenkins and Robin Page reveal the skills animals use to surv...ive in the wild in an imaginative and humorous how-to format. With step-by-step instructions, readers learn about specific behaviors; how to catch thousands of fish like a humpback whale or how to sew up a nest like a tailorbird. This fascinating and fun illustrated nonfiction melds science, art, biology, and the environment together in a detailed and well-researched book about animals who live and survive in our world today. read more
Do you want to draw animals such as cats, dolphins or koala bears? While illustrator Tom LaBaff shows you how to draw these and ma...ny other animals in four easy steps, author Stephanie LaBaff shows you how to write a story to go along with your artwork. Get your pencils ready! read more
Provides an introduction to animal eyes, and explains how they work, and how different animals use them.
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Foxes, worms, and mice live underground. What else lives under the ground? Vibrant wildlife photographs with direct picture-to-tex...t correspondence make this book an excellent choice for the budding zoologists in the classroom. read more
This is a great fun flap book packed with interesting information about space, and the amazing things that float through it - star...s, moons, comets, and the planets of our solar system. Each double-page spread has a stunning colour illustration, and several flaps to lift to find out more about what's going on in the scene - such as what goes inside the International Space Station, how astronauts visited the Moon and what they did there, as well as the history of astronomy, from Galileo to the Hubble Space Telescope. read more