Let your kids unwrap our favorite tech toys for this holiday season. The tech-savvy kiddo in your life will be all smiles.
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What's better than combining bath time and playtime? How about adding these bath toys in the mix. They make bath time a breeze!
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.
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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.
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.
From fun food sets and building blocks to unique playhouses and play kitchens, here's our top toys that promote pretend play and inspire your child's imagination.
FIRST BIG BOOK OF THE OCEAN
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The Story of David and Goliath: Reading with Children (Russian) (Russian)
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Today kids receive a diverse education covering many areas of knowledge. Their time in school involves what they will do for the r...est of their lives. Hence it is important for them to understand from an early age that they can choose whatever they want to be. This book is about motivating kids to explore various career choices. It helps kids answer the age old question: What do you want to be when you grow up. 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
Pages: 40, Edition: Illustrated edition, Paperback, Scribo
Frank is a really big dog. Although he loves to lie on the couch with his boy, Bobby, Bobbys mother doesnt want him up there; she ...says hes too big. Frank feels sad and decides to run away, to go and find a place where people like big dogs. As he goes around the neighborhood, he meets several other dogs. Theres Jessie, who is quite little, and Murphy, who is a medium-sized dog with big ears. And theres Gibby, whose tail is long and whose fur is thin. Frank wishes he could be like any of these other dogs, but he soon learns hes not the only one with problems. When Bobby comes looking for him, Frank learns an important lesson about being himself. In this childrens book, a big dog named Frank discovers that his uniqueness is a blessing and that its best to be himselfno matter what! read more
I Always Wanted To Be Strong takes readers through the mind of a young lion cub as he talks about how to overcome fear and dream b...ig! read more
This delightfully inspiring, illustrated children's book is a must-have for your early learner's book collection. Both you and you...r little ones will fall in love with Billie, a precocious little preschooler, suddenly in the middle of changes she's trying hard to accept. Help your own early learner, discover along with Billie, how changes may work out, better than expected. Come along and enjoy Billie's thirst and capacity for learning; her joy in discoveries; and her eagerness for growth. Preschoolers and early grade students find Billie's experiences engrossing, exciting and irresistibly motivating. Even grownups, have admitted reading I WANT TO BE A BIG GIRL more than once, and loving it. 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
A fun children's picture book about wanting to be a pirate but not wanting to do what a pirate does. Every child can relate to the... character's dilemma. 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 ...of course, a broomstick. She definitely wouldn’'t cook up any smelly potions or 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 bright, bold, pick-up-able board book that is big in size and big on fun! Find out what it's like to be a ballerina, a doctor, a... pilot and more, and learn lots of words along the way. Engaging, appealing and very enticing! read more
Funny kids astronuat notebook for girls who don't want to be just a little princess. Perfect for the daughter who loves space, sci...ence, and is a future astronaut. Cute lined journal. read more
I Want to be a Dancer! Coloring Book...
I Want to Be a Hockey Player! Coloring Book
A story of one little boy's big imagination.
Each of the books in the " When I Grow Up, I Want To Be..." series are written to give young children an ideal of the work related... to their individual career choice. The books are done in an easy reading, rhythmic way that both entertains and educates the child. read more
What I Want to Be When I Grow Up is picture book about gender stereotypes in jobs. Each page is a different male dominated profess...ion, for example: doctor, race car driver, and astronaut. The main character dreams of becoming each of these professions when they're older. Each worker throughout the book is gender neutral until the very last page where you find out it is a girl dreaming about working in these male dominated fields. Gender stereotypes exist in the themes, texts, and illustrations of many children's books. The point in a child's life where they are reading picture books is also the time they are creating their self-image. Therefore, children's development and views are affected by the messages they are reading. throughout the story line. The main focus of this book is to break away from the gender stereotypes seen in most picture books. But rather than that being the only focus, it is subtly hidden. The aim of this book is to teach students the value of gender diversity, the awareness of gender barriers and that they are breakable, and to start a conversation about equality and justice. 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
Yes, I want to be a football player and that dream starts here. Coloring gives you the foundation to a good play. It builds your s...elf-confidence and that “I can do” attitude. It strengthens the tiny muscles in the hand, wrist and fingers for improved grip and control. It also marries the logic and creative part of the brain to allow for better strategies and techniques. Color today! read more
Heve you ever dreamed of being a singer, guitarist or a pianist? What about playing the drums, trumpet or trombone?Journey within ...this whimsical storybook, "Look At Me... A Musician I Want To Be", and discover a world filled with musical fun.Meet a cast of vivid, colorful and whimsical characters who are striving towards achieving their dreams! If you love music, performing and shining bright, consider a career as a musician. read more
Is your child into playing hockey? This coloring book is perfect for him! Encourage the young athlete to pursue his dreams at the ...same time to enjoy his childhood with this I want to be a hockey player coloring book. Go ahead and grab a copy of the book for the future most valuable hockey player! read more
Spot, the beloved hero of Put Me in the Zoo, is back in another Beginner Book classic. When Spot grows tired of doing tricks in th...e circus, he decides to turn into another animal. But what kind? An elephant? An elephant is too big. A giraffe? A giraffe is too tall. How about a mouse? Can Spot’s friends help him see that the very best thing to be is himself? I Want to Be Somebody New! is a spot-on tale of individuality and friendship.Originally created by Dr. Seuss, Beginner Books encourage children to read all by themselves, with simple words and illustrations that give clues to their meaning."Spot changes from elephant to giraffe to mouse, trying to find a new identity, but discovers that every animal shape has its drawbacks. This intelligent, cheerful sequel, with its simple rhyming text, lives up to the reputation of its predecessor."--Publishers Weekly. read more