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Introduces some common objects that are blue in color including blueberries, bluebirds, and blue jeans.
Introduces some common objects that are brown in color including grocery bags, footballs, and teddy bears.
This book follows a nurse through the work day, and describes the occupation and what the job requires.
This book takes a fun look at a typical week in the life of a circus performer. It is written in the form of a first-person diary and looks at some of the key ...
This book takes a fun look at a typical week in the life of a dog walker. It is written in the form of a first-person diary and looks at some of the key skills ...
This book takes a fun look at a typical week in the life of a pilot. It is written in the form of a first-person diary and looks at some of the key skills that ...
If I were an astronaut, I would zoom into outer space! I would help fix the International Space Station. Dream big, and see what fun it is to be an astronaut.
If you were a fraction, you be part of a whole. You could be part of a pizza or part of pie. You could be part of an apple or part of a pear. What else could ...
If you were a minus sign, you would subtract one number from another. You could subtract food and balloons. In every problem, you would find the difference.
If you were a minute, you would measure time. You could wake people up, end a race, or bake a tasty pizza. What else could you do if you were a minute? ...
If you were a plus sign, you would add things together. You could add people and animals. You could add up and down or side to side. What else could you do if ...
If you were a set, you would be a collection of things that have something in common. You could be a set of crayons, swings, or books. What else could you be ...
If you were an even number, you could be evenly divided by two. You could be 88 keys on a piano or two drumsticks. What else could you be if you were an even ...
If you were an inch or a centimeter, you would be the height, width, or length of things. You could be a new snowfall, a TV set, or a short haircut. What else ...
Why do you have to whisper in the library? Find out how good manners make the library a pleasant place for everyone to visit.
Why do you have to take turns on the swings? Find out how good manners make the playground safe and fun for everyone.
Martin Luther King Jr. believed everyone was equal. He worked hard to peacefully change laws and unite people. Let’s celebrate him on Martin Luther King Jr.
Introduces some common objects that are red in color including cherries, red licorice, and stop signs.
How do I stay safe at school? Fire drills, tornado drills, lockdowns ... School bus safety, playground rules, lunchroom do's and don'ts ... Staying Safe at ...
Find out how Native Americans introduced European settlers to corn and how it has become an important crop to people and animals around the world as you read ...
Take a trip to Mexico and learn about its rich history, beautiful land, and modern culture.
Introduces some common objects that are yellow in color including mustard, lemons and hard hats.
Factories are busy places where things such as toys, cars, clothing, and food are made. Your favorite toy was probably made in a factory. Without factories we ...
Grace and Dad are about to move away from the dock when all of a sudden, there is a loud bark! Will Dad let Grace’s dog come along on the fishing trip? Or will ...
Carla has just arrived at her nana's house. But where is her favorite teddy, Russy? Could he still be on the plane? Will Carla ever see Russy again? Connect to ...
Presents an illustrated version of the traditional song along with some discussion of its folk origins. Includes music and words to four verses.
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