Step-by-step vocabulary-building doodles
What does “loquacious” mean? Or “bombastic”? Or “quagmire”? Best-selling doodle-dynamo Deborah Zemke has devised a groundbreaking mnemonic approach to learning—and remembering—the meanings of words. Zemke ingeniously depicts 101 of the most-used words on standardized tests. Perfect for studying and retaining
required vocabulary words, this doodle book is ideal for teachers, tutors, and parents who need a new and novel method to teach, reach, and motivate their students.
The creators of the award-winning Alphabeasties And Other Amazing Types are back, this time with an amazing array of insects: butterflies to termites, dragonflies to walking sticks. While the 'alphabeasties' were comprised of letters, these incredible insects are ingeniously engineered out of numerals. Each entry also includes fascinating numeric facts about its subject. It's an eye-catching and imaginative look at the insect world.
Turn the page for your first clue: “I have curly hair.” Open the flap and you’ll see another clue: “I say ‘Baa.’” Open one more and you’ll see the answer to the riddle: “I’m a lamb.” This is a fun, interactive book featuring five barnyard favorites (rooster, goat, cow, sheep, and donkey) in Taback’s signature bold and bright style.
With simple text and cartoon artwork, Balloon Toons are the the perfect way to engage and encourage new readers. Award-winning and up-and-coming cartoonists lend their inimitable and illustrative talents to entertaining stories kids will enjoy again and again.
Best-selling author/illustrator Ethan Long makes his Balloon Toons debut with the story of Rick & Rack, two friends who embark on three hilarious (mis)adventures in the great outdoors.
With Touch & Feel Town, babies take a trip through town, touching a taxi, a traffic light, a sidewalk, a tree, and a building.
What makes a mouse house a home?
With a problem to solve, an unexpected friendship, and a little mystery to unravel, Mouse House Tales offers twice the story of a picture book and all the warmth and
charm of a modern classic. The book’s two stories can be read all at once, or one at a time, making it a perfect fit for those who want a longer, “big kid” book but aren’t yet ready for text-heavy chapter books.
Whether read aloud or by an independent reader, kids will relate to the emotions and friendships that help Mouse turn her “sweet little house” into a warm and
inviting home filled with fun, friends—and cheese!
Beloved illustrator Simms Taback's bright colors and bold illustrations bring a fresh look to beginning concept board books in Colors.
Meet Greenie, a new mealtime mascot for young readers and eaters! A juicy red apple? A sweet yellow banana? A crisp green pepper? How about some orange carrots? Greenie helps kids choose from a rainbow of different fruits and vegetables, each healthy and nutritious. This sturdy board book is easy for kids and parents to take along for healthy mealtime fun.
Some shapes roll . . . some don't. Some shapes stack . . . others won't. Some shapes lie down . . .while others stand tall. Circles, squares, and triangles, even ovals and diamonds, are endlessly and intriguingly entertaining in Steve Wilson's world. Karen Nagel's rhythmic text is brought to life by Wilson's troupe of uniquely-shaped characters.
Is it a meatball? A basketball? A pearl? As the round hole through the pages of this book grows larger, readers will come closer and closer to guessing the identity of the object that's round like a ball, hot and cold, every color, always moving, and home to us all. With a simple text and glorious collage artwork, Lisa Campbell Ernst offers a gentle tribute to our planet and a timely reminder that we all need to take care of it.