Santa Is Coming to Arkansas
It's Christmas Eve, Have you been good? Santa's packed up all the presents and is headed your way With the help of a certain red-nosed reindeer, Santa flies over: -Metropolitan National Bank Tower -Arkansas State Capitol -Razorback Stadium -Cathedral of St. Andrew -The Old Mill -Eureka Springs -Clinton Presidential Library -Walton Five -Old State House -Le Petite Roche -Crystal Bridges -James H Berry Monument "Ho, ho ho " laughs Santa. "Merry Christmas, Arkansas "
Your child is always studying the world around them. Nurture that desire to learn by exposing them to toys that teach and encourage their rapid growth! Check out these 12 playroom essentials that prove having fun and learning go hand in hand.
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Presents general information about giant pandas, the dangers that they face that threaten their survival as a species, and the wor...k that is done to protect them. read more
This book was originally published prior to 1923, and represents a reproduction of an important historical work, maintaining the s...ame format as the original work. While some publishers have opted to apply OCR (optical character recognition) technology to the process, we believe this leads to sub-optimal results (frequent typographical errors, strange characters and confusing formatting) and does not adequately preserve the historical character of the original artifact. We believe this work is culturally important in its original archival form. While we strive to adequately clean and digitally enhance the original work, there are occasionally instances where imperfections such as blurred or missing pages, poor pictures or errant marks may have been introduced due to either the quality of the original work or the scanning process itself. Despite these occasional imperfections, we have brought it back into print as part of our ongoing global book preservation commitment, providing customers with access to the best possible historical reprints. We appreciate your understanding of these occasional imperfections, and sincerely hope you enjoy seeing the book in a format as close as possible to that intended by the original publisher. read more
Ava Eats Avocados is the third book of the Read & Eat Series, a children’s book series created by a Registered Dietitian to introd...uce children to nutrition and healthy eating through reading. In Ava Eats Avocados, Ava picks avocados from an avocado tree as she learns about all the wonderful nutrients in avocados. Ava and Mom use the avocados they pick to make delicious guacamole for lunch. After learning about all the healthy ingredients in guacamole, Ava enjoys a delicious lunch with her mom. read more
★"This tightly paced narrative soars." --Kirkus Reviews (starred review)★ "Big laughs through pratfalls & other physical comedy." ...--Publisher's Weekly (starred review)A Junior Library Guild Selection 2017 Owl has a balloon. Monkey does not. What will happen next? Hint: this is not a book about sharing. "That red balloon matches my shiny red tie," says Monkey. "I'd look fancy walking to school with a shiny red balloon. The only thing I've ever wanted, since right now, is a shiny, big red balloon. It would make me SO HAPPY!" But Owl does not want to give it to him. So Monkey tries to find something that Owl wants: a teddy bear, a robot, a picture of TEN balloons. Owl does not want any of these things. But then, Monkey offers him...a sock! Hmmmmm...Owl is intrigued. Will he trade his shiny red balloon with Monkey? read more
Santa Claus is here! Let’s color the town with his favorite color of red and green. But remember while these are his favorite hues..., you’re free to use other colors too. Who knows, on of this elf friends might be into purple too! Coloring opens the mind to creative play. Inside these pages, anything is possible. We’re excited to see what you can do! read more
Santa's packed up the presents and is headed your way! With the help of a certain reindeer, Santa flies over the bustling town of ...Columbus, Ohio. Highlighting the city's attractions, "Santa is Coming to Columbus" is a gift-worthy treasure. read more
PBC International Chantilly Lane 14" Santa Boss Sings "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town":Musical/animatedOn/off buttonStands 14" tall...Batteries included read more
This easy to use USB key is packed with over 2500 printable elements across 3 different collections all on one handy digital stick... giving you access to fantastic elements to meet all your crafting needs! this 2.75x4x1 inch package contains one USB key. Imported. read more
The fifth in the popular Jewish holiday board book series by Newman and Garofoli, a family and their adorable dog celebrate the ki...d-friendly holiday of Purim with its megillah reading, parade, cookie baking, and carnival. read more
Kids will learn about the Jewish fall harvest holiday of Sukkot from building the sukkah, to the tradition of shaking the lulav an...d etrog. Don't know what those things are? Read the book! read more
Spring Is Coming This book is a celebration of change in seasons. Written and Illustrated in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Proudly C...anadian. read more
“A quiet, beautiful picture book to share.” —Booklist (starred review) “This gentle, lyrical celebration of the natural world will... reward similarly observant readers.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) “A touching reminder about the beauty of the natural world.” —School Library Journal (starred review) “With meditative language, Johnston offers a vivid sense of the changing seasons and of stillness. LaMarche quietly and sensitively portrays a child who’s comfortable spending hours alone, working on her own projects and observing—a young naturalist.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) Witness the changing of a season through a watchful child’s eyes in this story of nature and discovery from award-winning author Tony Johnston and New York Times Best Illustrated artist Jim La Marche.Day after day, a girl goes to her favorite place in the woods and quietly watches from her tree house as the chipmunks, the doe, the rabbits prepare for the winter. As the temperature drops, sunset comes earlier and a new season begins. Silently she observes the world around her as it reveals its secrets. It takes time and patience to see the changes as, slowly but surely, winter comes. read more
The book is dedicated to my Mother; Patricia Sammon Brady, who told me when I was a little girl that I was a creative writer. To L...aura Ann. Thanks for making the picture of my dream come true to live! To Thomas John - You wouldn't let me give up. You said to be like Dr. Seuss!To T.H.D - Thanks for believing in me!To Susan S. - For all your endless efforts and friendshipFor Class 1-2-2: ). read more
If you like Minecraft and Christmas, you will love this book! Rejoin Merciless Blade, Steve the former Noob, Fito, Angelo, and Pri...scilla in a special Christmas adventure. Come along for swordfights, TNT explosions, pranks, potions, and a bit of Christmas mayhem. Santa Claus is coming to the dangerous world of zombies, skeletons, and the Red Sword Army! The Merciless Blade and his warriors must protect Santa and help him to deliver his toys. Even baby zombies are on Santa's list, but Santa does not know the Minecraft world or the terrible villain who will be waiting for him! Do baby zombies play with toys? Find out in, “A Zombie Christmas!” read more
The eighth in the popular Jewish holiday board book series, a family and their adorable dog celebrate Simchat Torah! Simchat Torah... celebrates the ending of one cycle of Torah reading and the beginning of another, and is accompanied by singing, dancing,... read more
Its an ordinary day. Well, at least it starts out that way. Youre outside, having breakfast like you do every morning. But then a ...visitor comes by, and its no longer just another, same old type of day. Author Danby Whitmores Turkey Comes to Breakfast starts with that ordinary day. The animals are eating their breakfasts when Turkey comes by. As he shares breakfast, he tells the others about his journey and the fun hes had. Will they want to go with him as he continues his travels after breakfast? How can people convince them that not everyone is meant to leave home and travel the countryside? Turkey Comes to Breakfast is a fun read for young readers. They will also learn how important home and family can be. read more
When Tyler comes to visit, Jessie Pete just can't seem to get any of his chores done! Doing his brother a favor, Jessie Pete agree...s to babysit his two-year-old nephew, Tyler. Even though he's little, it seems like Tyler is a big mess. Even though he has things to do around the house, Jessie Pete has to spend his day chasing after little Tyler who only seems to know how to get himself into trouble! Whether he's outside or inside, Tyler always goes just where he shouldn't. But through all his antics, Jessie Pete finds it hard not to smile or laugh when Tyler Comes to Visit! read more
An EYG book about the joy of yoga written by a yoga teacher with her goddaughter in mind.
Pages: 249, Edition: 1st, Paperback, Anhui Juvenile & Children's Publishing House
Grab an ice cream cone and travel to a street where magical ice cream and a catchy tune unite children, teach the value of friends...hips, and the act of sharing. This beautiful rhyming story is well loved by the youngest readers. read more
What do you get when you cross a read-aloud storybook with a write-in memory book?Magic moments between kids and adults!The Lucky ...to Live in Arkansas book is the perfect tool to jump-start meaningful conversations between generations. Read-aloud rhymes set up interesting topics. Then write-in prompts invite children to record their own views to create a personal Natural State keepsake.The real gift lies in the interactive nature of the book as it offers the perfect opportunity for adults to share their own stories and wisdom about such issues as friendship, community, team spirit, and other topics that help develop a child's social and emotional skills. Customized Arkansas content--from favorite local cuisine (fried pickles) to interesting attractions (Ozark National Forest)--provides an even more personalized experience. read more
Dora the Exporer and Swiper take a magical holiday journey in this coloring and activity book based on the Nickoldeon DVD, Dora's ...Christmas Carol Adventure. Featuring 64 pages to color and over 50 glittery stickers, this festive book is sure to thrill little girls ages 3-6. read more
Help your child conquer sleepless nights with courage and confidence in a fun and inspiring adventure! The transition of moving to... a 'big-kid bed' can be daunting but have no fear - Louie is here to help! In the first book of its series, Louie is a super elephant who is always ready for adventure, but he's not too sure about his new 'big-kid bed.' Tired and weary, he decides to find his courage and give it a try. Then comes the biggest surprise of all ... With sweet rhymes and beautiful illustrations, this book inspires bravery and greatness. Your child will not only love his or her new 'Big Kid Bed' but will be sleeping soundly through the night (which means you will be too!) We have been reading A Big Kid Bed is Coming to Olivia as we transition her from her crib to a toddler bed...she loves it!! We are heading up to Disneyland this morning and she won't get out of bed unless we bring the book with us. At night, she fusses a bit about wanting her cribby; back but when we bring out the book all is well. She climbs back in bed and pretends to climb and mountain like Louie and blast off like an astronaut like Louie. She just loves it, its helped all of us tremendously. - Katie, Encinitas This book is absolutely adorable. It has fantastic illustrations and a fun rhyming story of adventure. This book is an excellent way to get your toddler used to the transition from a crib to a bed before it actually happens. My daughter will be making that transition soon and I'm excited to point out Louie's adventures in his big kid bed to show her how great it will be. - Michele, Verified Amazon Purchaser This book was INCREDIBLE and worked absolutely perfectly for my 3 year old boy/girl twins. A lot of books show a kid giving excuses for why they don t want to be in a big kid bed which a child can just copy. In this book, the sweet elephant shows the kid all the fun things you can do while IN the bed! Just added the book from this series with Louie eating veggies to my cart. Wish she wrote one for potty training. Silly Louie (as we lovingly call him) is a favorite in our house that they want to read daily. - Verified Amazon purchaser What a wonderful children's book! Perfect for the transitions that can be so daunting for our littles. The illustrations are absolutely darling and the adventures are sweet and exciting. We can't wait to see what Louie will do next! Louie is so adorable, I just want to squeeze him! Love, love, love. - Sarah, San Diego read more
Vinyl Sticker size 4x4 inches, Officially Licensed by Punksthetic Art,
Magic happens in the silence of this classroom! Discover an alphabet unlike any other. A great adventure begins when these letters... come to life and explore many things found in the room! It’s a great book to introduce to children on the first day of school. Can be used to teach letter sounds, rhyming words and so much more! read more
Does Santa Claus exist? In your child's mind, it does! Using Santa Claus as the theme of this book is an ingenious way of luring y...our children into the creative process of learning. Cutouts not only fuel your child's imagination, but it also strengthens the tiny hand muscles for better grip and control. Grab a copy of this book and begin cutting today! read more