The Little Crow Who Wanted To Be A Peacock
Using vivid illustrations, "The Little Crow Who Wanted To Be A Peacock" is a compelling story that helps to encourage self-esteem in young children as they learn to accept and value their unique selves.
Modern design is all about practicing the less-is-more approach. If you're able to resist the many cute toys, accessories and decorations available today, you'll reap the rewards of a long-lasting nursery that's comfortable, practical and beautiful. Prioritize the 10 essentials below to build a foundation for a modern sanctuary for your little one.
It's about that time: Ice, ice baby! There's a chill in the air, the winter months are upon us and ice skating rinks across the country are opening their gates. This, of course, keeps kids busy outside with friends while parents are bustling around buying holiday gifts, readying the house for guests and more. Ice skating is not only a great sport but also one of the best outdoor activities and winter weather pastimes for families. Whether your kid is a beginner or a star athlete, a boy or a girl, a figure skater or a hockey player, or just having fun with friends at the local frozen pond, here are the coolest ice skate styles from Amazon, Target, L.L. Bean and Urban Outfitters that any kid will covet.
Scratch "cuddly pets" off your Christmas toy list and snag one of these hilariously ferocious monsters instead. Grumblies are the fuming counterparts to Skyrocket Toys' sweet Pomsies. Each character has its own personality and design, plus over 40 fierce sounds and reactions. Tremor, Hydro, Bolt and Scorch will be your kid's best friend — until the fiery creature reaches full-on meltdown mode, of course. A Grumblies' short-fuse is something every parent and child knows a little bit about. These hot-headed and mischievous electronic plush toys are a major toy trend for kids this Christmas, so you might not want to wait for Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. Buy one (or the whole group!) and get early savings from Amazon and Walmart now.
Game of Thrones frenzy is at an all time high as fans get ready to bid farewell to the Seven Kingdoms with the final season. As we gear up for the last episode ever (OMG!) we've rounded up some great baby gifts to keep the battle raging on! While we know this is not a show for kids, we do know you get just a few years to dress your kids in whatever you want to before they start to have their own opinion. These gifts include funny onesies, character blankets and more! We've rounded up the fiercest gifts for your little Arya or Jon Snow.
Subscription boxes are the perfect gift for the fun-loving kiddos in your life. With options including everything from science to cooking, kids will love receiving their very own monthly packages filled with fun activities and toys. Don't know which subscription to choose? Read on to discover 12 of our favorites.
There's nothing quite as simple as a coordinating set when it comes to dressing your little ones. Carter's is known for making some of the most adorable children's outfit sets around, with fun and trendy prints and styles and high-quality material that stands up to all the damage little ones can do. If you're looking for sweet and simple coordinating outfits, check out these super cute styles from Carter's.
Refresh your children's wardrobe by shopping at these stylish, yet affordable, kid clothing brands that your little one will actually love.
Acquiring all the products needed to care for your children can be expensive and overwhelming. But you can make the experience a lot less stressful for yourself and your family with quality tools and toys that can be used for all your children.
Whether you want to read along with your child or gift it to a kid who's too shy to ask questions, books can be a great resource for teaching children about their changing bodies, relationships and emotions. From sexual education and child development experts, real parents and the help of real children, these are the best books about sexuality and the human body for children of all ages, from retailers like Amazon, Target and Walmart.
Moms work hard to empower their daughters with positive affirmations to teach them that girls are not only fun, fierce and fearless, but they can also achieve anything they strive for in the future. In celebration of Women's History Month and the March 8 release of Captain Marvel (starring Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, the most powerful character in the universe), we've rounded up a few of our favorite girl power gifts, including dynamic clothes, books and toys to give little superstars a power boost to shine and make the world a better place.
A delightful Alicorn (unicorn with wings) calendar for 2020 that will delight unicorn lovers both young and old(er).
Four of Roald Dahl's most beloved bestselling books are together in one box! Charlie and Willy Wonka, Mr. Fox, and even James and ...his giant peach are available in this beautifully packaged gift set. All of the books are charmingly illustrated by Quentin Blake. This Roald Dahl gift set is the perfect gift for longtime fans and newcomers alike! read more
Butterfly Grandma: Monarchs! narrates a delightful, whimsical conversation in rhyming verse, between Grandma and grandchild in a q...uest to attract monarch butterflies to their yard!The story includes the Monarch butterfly lifecycle and the names and pictures of nectar and host plants. The author's grandchildren contributed many of the illustrations in this children's book, including the cover. The photographs used were taken by the author on an iPhone in her own butterfly garden. It is a funny, informative, educational story that will leave the readers wanting to get busy planting their very own monarch butterfly garden! read more
You could say that Giraffe looked the same as all the other giraffes, but she knew that she was special. What made her special was... her secret, a secret that she kept from all the other animals. Ever since she was small, (as small as you can be when you’re a giraffe) she had wanted to be a superhero. read more
Lucy the caterpillar spends all day dreaming of her desire to fly and be a butterfly. Once her mother tells her that one day she w...ill be one, she can hardly handle the excitement. But then she has to wait and she isn't good at that. Will she be able to handle the anticipation of the day her dream comes true? read more
Kupu the Gecko was feeling so sad! And oh, great geckos! The problem he had! He had a great body, so long and thin, BUT-He didn't ...like the color of his skin! With imaginative, lyrical writing from the award-winning author; accompanied by whimsical, colorful illustrations, keikis and adults will love and enjoy this book. read more
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire is based on the wildly popular and Emmy-awarding winning TV game show of the same name that debuted ...in 1999 and has been in U.S. daily syndication since September 2002. “Is that your final answer?” has become a popular catch phrase in popular vocabulary. You take the hot seat in the all new Who Wants to be a Millionaire game. Win $1,000,000 by correctly answering 15 multiple choice questions, each worth an increasing amount of money. Just like on TV, players can seek help for the super stumper questions via lifelines like “Ask the Audience”, “Double Dip” or “Phone a Friend”. Can you stand the pressure, or will you walk away? read more
Little Celebrations offer you a full array of leveled fiction and nonfiction books for guided reading and beginning independent re...ading. read more
Young Greek-American teenager, from a family steeped in the sponge diving industry of Tarpon Springs, Florida, has his doubts abou...t carrying on the tradition. Even though there is a century of history, including his brother already being a sponge diver, he struggles with even the thought of making dives.Under pressure from his grandmother, his family, and his ancestry, our hero begins to feel like he will never be able to decide – until he meets young, vibrant, WASP, and fully-American tourist. No not tourist...Torn between traditional expectations, modern views, and a decidedly NOT Greek girl, our hero begins to ask himself, “Who Wants to Be Greek?”***Set before and during the traditional Greek Orthodox celebration of the Feast of the Epiphany, this coming of age tale dives into the traditional lives of the residents of this secluded, idyllic community in Southern Florida and resurfaces with a rich harvest of what it means to be a Greek-American in the computer age. Entwined in the story are descriptions of what it is to be a Tarpon Springs Greek – the religion, the family values, the traditions… and - of course, the dancing! read more
In this marvelous children's book The Little Bear Who Wanted to Fly, Cubby is a little bear with a serious problem. He is gifted w...ith an amazing curiosity and an imagination that quite often leads him into adventures that even he couldn't imagine. Sitting high up on a limb in the tallest pine tree in the forest, Cubby tries to understand what he sees. His two loyal friends Chatter and Crunch busily study Cubby. Now what is he thinking about? they ask. He is always daydreaming and using his imagination to try and solve mysteries that only he ponders. Chatter and Crunch have noticed that Cubby has been more mysterious than usual. What must he be trying to figure out? His two friends are determined to find out. Little do they know that they are going to play a huge part in Cubby's new and most exciting adventure! The Little Bear Who Wanted to Fly challenges its readers to dream and dream big that no dream is too big or out of reach. The book inspires all children and adults alike to reach for the sky and believe in the impossible. read more
A little story about little Rosie . ( Rosie wants to be like Mommy)a little story about little Rosie is a Story/Coloring Book.
Jessika spent her life swimming around the beautiful lagoon she was born in, staring at the skies wanting to fly like those amazin...g creatures of the sky. Join her and her friends on her adventure to accomplish her dream. read more
Harmony the Hummingbird is the second character in the Real GIRLS Enterprises Read to Me, Please! series. She is a beautiful hummi...ngbird with many gifts and abilities. In The Hummingbird Who Wanted To Sing, Harmony learns and teaches many lessons about discovering your own gifts and abilities. The Hummingbird Who Wanted To Sing is the second book in the Read To Me, Please! series. It is designed to excite and engage young readers. Helping children develop a passion for reading while learning life's little lessons is a great investment with an even greater return. read more
Sometimes you can fly higher by keeping all your feet on the ground.
This is the story of how a brave little lion sets out to prove that daring to be different can have its rewards in the end. The st...ory is told in verse throughout read more
"Tree Frog envies birds and dreams of flying. However, the birds he so admires, refuse to offer him any encouragement. Despite the...ir rudeness, Tree Frog decides to try anyway. His first flight doesn't end exactly the way he (or the birds) expected." read more
Join Jared, and eight year old boy, as he explains how he lives with ADHD. From playing with friends at school, to learning how to... control himself at home, he shows you how he can be anything he wants to be! read more
This story is about a Girl who likes being a tomboy and doesn't want to be like everyone else. She teaches us that its more import...ant to be happy and be yourself then to be what everyone thinks you should be. 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
Poor Pencil! Ever since he left the factory, he couldn't wait to become a writer but everything is going wrong. Will Pencil ever a...chieve his dream of becoming a writer? read more
When I grow up, I want to be a witch, says a little girl. She would have a sparkly hat, a crystal ball, a wand to do spells, and o...f course, a broomstick. She definitely wouldn't cook up any smelly potions-and she probably wouldn't turn her brother into a frog. And spiders and bats? No way! Her companion would be her cat! read more
Ideal for kids who love animals, this book explores the many interesting facets of a veterinary career. Exciting full-color photog...raphs complement intriguing facts about the many different kinds of vets, how veterinary science began, and its future. read more
A smart and curious little girl asks her grandmother what she hoped to be when she was growing up. From there, another little futu...re Bennett Belle is born. After her grandma begins sharing the story of how she became the woman she was meant to be, the young girl learns all about the mission of Bennett College in Greensboro, North Carolina: to instill self-respect, confidence, compassion, pride, and preparation to compete as a professional in an ever-changing world, in every single one of its female students. As the little girl falls in love with the spirit, sisterhood, and legacy of Bennett College, she discovers it is never too early to think about higher education or becoming the best woman she can be. In this endearing children's story, a young girl learns all about Bennett College and its mission from her grandmother, a proud Bennett Belle. read more
Ever wish you could soar like an eagle? Step into Heather's life, as she transforms into the majestic bird. Take flight and learn ...all about a bald eagle's habitat, body, superpowers, and more - all from a bald eagle's perspective. read more
My Father had always admired the fighter pilots of World War II; especially the black pilots who were members of the Tuskegee Airm...en. Too young to join the ranks of fighter pilots during the actual war, my Father joined the Army Air Corps in 1946 at the age of 18.In 1948 at the age of 20, my Father received his pilots license by utilizing the GI Bill. It wasn't an easy journey. There was finally one flight instructor that believed in him and accepted him into training. However, there were still many obstacles put in his way; even to the point of possible sabotage, just because the color of his skin.Ultimately nothing could stand in his way, and from 1948 to 1994, he flew light aircraft without incident. He was an inspiration to myself and to my brother; who later became an instructor pilot in Long Beach California. Both of us joined the Air Force and continue to be deeply interested in all things aviation. My Father also inspired some of my childhood friends to be interested in aviation; no matter their race. This book; written with children in mind, no doubt will inspire young people into the field of aviation. read more