Do you know that a book is just like you? It's true! Think about it: On the day you were born, you were given a name. A book is given a name, too -- it's called a title. You have a spine that helps to keep your body together. A book also has a spine, which keeps the book's body of pages together. You don't go to school naked -- you wear clothes to keep warm, protect your skin, show off your fashion sense and, of course, to keep out of the principal's office! Books wear clothes, too. A book's clothes are called a cover, or jacket, and like clothes, they keep the inside of a book protected from things like kids with sticky ice cream fingers and little baby brothers. Understand books -- inside and out
Grassland ecosystems can be found on nearly every continent. Countless animals and plants live in them. So what difference could the loss of one animal species make? Follow the chain reaction, and discover how important bees are.
A collection of gluten-free recipes focuses on the health benefits of the gluten-free diet for children and features recipes for several kid-approved meals and treats, including sweet potato fries, lava fudge cupcakes, and barbeque sauce
Mike Wazowski and James P. "Sulley" Sullivan are an inseparable pair now, but that wasn't always the case. From the moment these two mismatched monsters met, they couldn't stand each other. This unlocks the door to how Mike and Sulley became the monster world's greatest scare team.
Kids love to be creative! Why not have them learn about Chinese culture at the same time? This book features fun and unique Chinese crafts that have been adapted in an easy, step-by-step activity format with pictures for a young crafter. There is a project that everyone can enjoy creating, from a tissue paper plum blossom tree to a dragon puppet.