This book about Earthquakes empowers your kids with information and preparedness. What causes earthquakes? Can we predict them? How are earthquakes measured? How do we prepare for them? There are lots of fun factoids and a few experiments. (Learn how to make your own seiche.) What was the biggest earthquake? Find out here.
EARTHQUAKE! won HONORABLE MENTION in the Wild Card Category at the 2009 GREEN BOOK FESTIVAL.
EARTHQUAKE! by Susan J. Berger and illustrated bny Eugene Ruble #5
A troupe of hamsters celebrate a year of hare-brained holidays in their unique hamster style. The book highlights nouns and adjectives on each page, as well as exploring opposites. Activity pages include scrambled words, match-up and crossword puzzles—plus much more. Grammar becomes fun and games with hamster helpers.
Hamster Holidays: Noun and Adjective Adventures by Cynthia Reeg and illustrated by Kit Grady #6
Learning the bones in the human body can be a challenge for anyone. Using this clever learning tool in rhyme may be just what you’ve been looking for, no bones about it. You’ll be amazed at how fast you will be able to learn them from head to toe. Study the bones, find fun factoids, take the quiz, discover the mystery bones.
The Sum of Our Parts: No Bones About It by Bill Kirk and illustrated by Eugene Ruble #10
Look into each holiday and you’ll begin to notice the different shapes that make up objects that relate to each day. See if you can spot the different shapes in each picture. Now look around you. It doesn’t have to be a holiday to shape up into a great day. Uniquely illustrated with cut out art. Teaches shapes, colors and counting. There's an activity page, too!
Shaping Up the Year by Tracey M. Cox and illustrated by Samantha Bell #11
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