When the bees leave the hive in search of food, Honeybee and Gramps come up with a plan. Simple concepts stress the importance of bees in our food supply. Bonus — it is also a counting book as the 10 bees count down to 2, and then back up again as the bees return.
Flit is misunderstood by the other garden dwellers. He’s different – and doesn’t seem to serve any purpose within their community. A garden emergency allows Flit to shine a light on his special skills.
Just As I Am The Story of Rusty Roy
It's the day of the big July 4th Parade and the classic cars are ready to roll! As the cars line up, a huge Monster Truck decides that he should be first in line, and that Rusty Roy shouldn't be included at all! It's the first time that Rusty Roy becomes aware of his differences. Download the FREE print-and-play Fun Pack by clicking here.
Because children vary greatly in their interests and abilities, we offer a spread for review of style and content. All books are soft-cover, measure 8" x 10" and are 32 pages in length.
This book of 'silent' photo illustrations invites parents, and the very young, to tell Abbey's story in their own words. A mini story runs along the bottom of the pages, and watch for a surprise ending!
Moose Moose is Running Loose
A crazy moose is running wild in the house. The boy in our story comes to understand what might happen if he doesn't eat his dinner, put his toys away and get into bed. Told in rhyme, readers will love to find the boy hidden among the pages.
Let's Make a
Alphabet letters come to life as Dogs, Bees, Sailboats and even a Robot in this cut-and-craft paper project book. Perfect for teaching the alphabet to younger kids as you craft with them, and great as a project book for older kids.
(adult supervision with younger kids).
Children are encouraged to use the poem
and accompanying illustration to figure out the story— then to write their own Haiku to tell
what happens next!
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